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Full fibre Halo 3 wifi range

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Hi, new to the forum as I couldn't find any answers on BT site. Does anyone know if the Full fibre Halo3 wifi would reach to an outbuilding about 25 metres from the house? TIA

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@GriffK04 

There is no way to determine that, as it depends on the environment.

Its usually best to run an Ethernet cable to an outbuilding, and connect that to the BT Home Hub.

 

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Thanks for the swift reply. I was considering upgrading, as I currently have full fibre coming into the house, with 2 of the plug in adaptors. They have 2 ethernet ports, so I presume I'd need to plug one end of the cable into that then plug the other end into one of the new discs supplied?

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@GriffK04 wrote:

Thanks for the swift reply. I was considering upgrading, as I currently have full fibre coming into the house, with 2 of the plug in adaptors. They have 2 ethernet ports, so I presume I'd need to plug one end of the cable into that then plug the other end into one of the new discs supplied?


If you are going to run an Ethernet cable, then the cheapest option is to simply plug in a wireless access point into the cable end in the outbuilding. You can plug the house end of the cable into the powerline adapter if its easier.

https://www.tp-link.com/uk/home-networking/access-point/tl-wa901n/

About £26.

Probably cheaper than upgrading.

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Many thanks for your help.

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