0thecheese429 10 years ago ReplyUpvoteUse a wireless router, and setup a bridge. Use a wok on each side (be sure to aim correctly) and up the TX power. I like the linksys wrt54g because there are lots of 3rd party firmwares you can use. I use ddwrt, which is very customizable (with all its settings) but be prepared to confront the nitty gritty raw jargon of network geniuses (not as easy as the original firmware). This, however, can get complicated.