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What is the footage range of this ? Also can a password be set up so users need to use one to access the wifi?it?
asked by Eliza Doolittle on April 25, 2013
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Yes, you can telnet into the router to set up a password.
Range varies depending on structure and hardness of (concrete & steel versus wood) such - Generally good enough for the neighbors or passing cars to use it if encryption is not set up. 300 or so feet, if not more.
Wolfking answered on April 26, 2013
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The Range is pretty good, as Wolfking said about 300 feet or so. Setting up security measures is very easy!
Kevin B. answered on April 26, 2013
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Linksys manual indicates a potential range in excess of 1000 feet, however, I have not checked reception at that range. At two hundred feet plus I have no problem with two or three devices connected at the same time with 3/4 or 4/4 reception. Longest indoor range (farthest bedroom to den) is about 50 feet, and no issues when in the basement. Range, of course, will vary depending upon intervening walls, wall type, trees, etc.

Setup took me all of 5 minutes. You can set up two passwords: one for the main access and one for guests, very easy to do or to change.
Spoon answered on April 26, 2013
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Range is very good and yes regardning password.
Tamara answered on April 29, 2013
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our router serves an area of 2000 sqft. and yes you can add passwords for your personal use and for guests. You can even limit the usage but setting the number of guests that can use it.
RD answered on April 30, 2013
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