After making the move from my small single bedroom with den home across town to a much larger four-bedroom house with a detached garage, I’ve been fighting with my WiFi issues in the detached garage, outdoors and master bedroom on 3rd floor.
I stuck with dead spots throughout the house, and even more important I couldn’t figure out how to get a signal out into the back yard or the detached garage about 120’ feet away from the house.
My home router is one I rented from Verizon Fios, technically this router beats one on the Amazon market place or brick and mortar stores near my home. This is a perfect Router for my old Apartment or smaller home but home as large as mine will have some issues due to the location of the router with respect to coverage I am expecting from it. Here the picture of my current home router:
It took 10+ hours of serious research to figure out exactly how to solve my problems with WiFi dead spots in my home. After looking at the information on wireless bridges, powerful routers, power line WiFi Adapters, and repeaters. I came up with these 8 solutions that really work for anyone want extending WiFi reach to detached garages, outdoors and other places in my home.
Extending to a detached Garage/Outdoors: