Originally Posted by RNaval
Do some WiFi-N routers provide better range than others? And is it possible to extend the range of a WiFi signal around the house without repeaters, etc? I have a D-Link DIR625, is it outdated now and should I upgrade?
So based on the post, I assume you have coverage issues? Where is the router relative to everything else? Is it possible to move the router to a different room to provide better coverage? What else do you have that uses 2.4 GHz? (cordless phones, baby monitors, etc) It's possible that changing channels may help. (would also need to see what channels your neighbors are using)
Just throwing some questions out there... maybe it saves you from buying a new router. (unless you really want a new router) I think that DLink has external antennas, if so, you may be able to get away with a higher gain antenna.