I am trying to set up wireless access in two apartments from a nearby office on a small campus. I hooked up an access point in the office, but was unable to get a signal about 50 feet away in one of the apartments. There are 3 intervening walls, two of which are 1 foot thick adobe. My question is, will a higher gain directional attenna punch the signal through, or is the adobe just going to block everything? If a different attenna is the way to go, any suggestions would be appreciated.
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