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So I have a beach club that I want to extend the WiFi system. I want to extend the network down to the beach for all of the members, so their will be a lot of network traffic. It is about 200 yards from the router that is inside the office in the club. I also want the network to extend on the deck outside, which is only 20 yards from the existing router. There are also tennis courts that are about 100yards from the club. How should I go about this? I don’t mind running cables to wherever needed. Also what equipment should I use. One problem is that I also would not have power on the far opposite side of the beach. The club is positioned on a small hill that looks down on the beach, but we own the land about 100 yards to the right also. 

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Will it be better if you ask an internet provider about this? I am sure that they will be able to create a great recommendation since you are talking about a wider coverage here. 

Meanwhile, I have recently bought a wifi dog fence online. It will be installed in my backyard to create a boundary for my pug so that he won't sneak out around the neighborhood anymore. Do you think that this will be a great alternative to the traditional gate? 

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