From: Donald Beckman <ravs...@usa.net>
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 00:27:05 GMT
Local: Thurs, Jul 12 2001 8:27 pm
Subject: Re: Extending the Range of a Linksys BEFW11S4.....BIG TIME!!!!
Thanks for the plug! The cables he bought plugged directly into the
antenna jacks on the back, the cables we sell are made for such
operation. You are not required to take apart your access point and
void your warranty.
Check http://www.techsplanet.com/wlan/cables.htm for cables. The
Linksys uses RP-TNC connectors.
On Sun, 08 Jul 2001 16:31:33 GMT, "Stavorous" <Stavor...@noyb.net>
>I'm curious as to how you hooked these antennas to the BEFW11S4, which I
>I also wanted to use my laptop on my deck, but can't even make it out the
>A couple of questions:
>Did you hook up the new antennas via cabling to the jacks where the factory
>Is the indoor antenna on one of the jacks, and the outdoor on the other?
>What did you do with the factory antennas? Couldn't one of them have been
>Thanks for your message below and any help you can give me with my
>SteveJC wrote in message ...
>>After a lot of searching the newsgroups and other tech sites, I came
>>Today, I finally installed the outdoor antenna, and I haven't found
>>The antennas and cable were pricey, but they sure did the trick. They
>>Tell Don that Steve sent ya (no, I don't work for him, just an
>>If you haven't jumped into wLan yet, give him a call. I wish I had
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