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I am planning on replacing my current 802.11g router with an Airport Extreme or maybe a Time Capsule. What I'd like to know is if the Airport Express can be setup to relay the signal from the new router in order to strengthen the WIFI signal in the back of my house?

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well your question is worded funny ta me, but ill try ta answer ya.

you can extend the the network only with apple branded routers (aka Express, Extreme, Time Capsule)
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well your question is worded funny ta me, but ill try ta answer ya.

you can extend the the network only with apple branded routers (aka Express, Extreme, Time Capsule)
Yeah, I didn't word that very well. But you interpreted it precisely. Thanks!

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