|reply to diablo1892 |
Re: My input.
said by diablo1892:
Because we have hacking tools, I learned one day that devices can some how pick up signal from a tiny bit of wifi signal over miles away and still manage to connect to and use that wifi router for browsing the web or whatever..
Is it "one day we will be able to do this" or "One day I learned this can be done"?
If it's the latter, I want to use an open router from miles away. Actually, I'll settle for weak wireless 60 feet away through walls.
diablo1892R.I.P. Donald Lee WiseReviews:
said by birdfeedr:
I'll settle for weak wireless 60 feet away through walls.
That's what kills the connection for sure is walls blocking the path also followed by miles away
|reply to birdfeedr |
Using the right equipment you can connect to open routers from several miles away.
Check out their attempts to make cheap wifi reflectors that increase the signal strength.
Click on the pictures for a better explanation of what they have done. This was all done several to 10 years ago.