Extend your WiFi? A lot of people these days have detached garages. And a lot of people these days rely on WiFi for their internet connection. So it stands to reason that a lot of people would like to be able to extend their Wi-Fi signal to their detached garage. The good news is that there are a few different ways that you can do this!
One way to extend your Wi-Fi signal to your detached garage is to use a powerline adapter. A powerline adapter essentially turns your home’s electrical wiring into a network. All you need to do is plug one adapter into an outlet in your house and then plug the other adapter into an outlet in your detached garage. Then you just need to connect your router to the adapter in your house, and your computer or Ubiquiti Wi-Fi access point to the adapter in your garage, and you’re good to go! NOTE: This only works if your detached garage’s electrical is connected to your main house’s electrical.
Another way to extend your Wi-Fi signal to your detached garage is by using a wireless ethernet bridge. You connect one transceiver to your house network/router and the other transceiver to a Wi-Fi access point in your detached garage. Point the transceivers at each other and enjoy your home internet connection in your detached garage.
No matter which method you choose, extending your Wi-Fi signal to your detached garage is definitely possible! Just remember it’s important to find the right spot for your wireless access point. But with a little trial and error, you should be surfing the internet in no time from anywhere in your man cave!