Rick, it's not really the case of a router or AP brand. It's like asking for an FM radio that gets better reception in front of a brick wall. You've got a wall blocking the Wifi signal and that's your road block.Can someone please recommend a cheap wifi access point (not router) that is good for going through brick walls (no metal reinforcement). Something 150mps or faster.
I wasted a lot of time googling, but only finding ‘routers’.
WiFi will normally go through internal brick walls but external walls are more difficult to penetrate. Double brick is a lot thicker and brick veneer may contain sisalation which will shield the signal.Thank you all again for replies.
So I pulled my other old Cisco (AIR-CAP3502I-A-K9 its faster than the AIR-AP1231G-A-K9 ) out from the kitchen over to "that room" next to "that wall" (LOL) and put a Netgear WN3000RP in the garage and that arrangement seems to be ok . . not as fast as I’d like, but its acceptable.😁