setting up a wifi service to send signal out to public

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Wireless routers
my friend is setting up a wifi service at a company that wants to send the signal 2 to 3 miles so people can login and also business can keep track of the traffic ! the problem is we can see people logging on but the internet will not connect from our end so it won't let them on it's some stage we're missing , he has dlink wireless router also comcast cable modem also running windows vista 32 bits

Software/Hardware used:
dlink 3520 , vista 32 bits enterprise edition,comcast cable modem
ASKED: March 30, 2010  3:20 AM
UPDATED: March 30, 2010  1:58 PM

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Besides, the dlink wireless router, you will need to add some APs closer to the perimeter which will improve the performance. The internet connection may be a timeout issue. Make the Dlink your main wireless router and then just add 2 to 4 APs in diameter to the dlink. As a test, use a single AP, and connect the AP to the dlink and try connecting to the AP.

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