Dad's router and main pc is at point A. I want to connect using laptop's wifi from point B but I don't get any signal. I only get the signal (and a very strong one at that) if I go to point C. However that's not practical because it's on the roof & exposed to the weather! I don't get a signal neither if I put the laptop on the window-sill under point C. My guess is that the signal isn't passing because of the thick wall and lots of soil/earth because of the slope... I do get a signal if I stand near the window, and hold the laptop outside with both hands outstretched as to get very near point C but that's obviously not practical either... What I want is to get the wifi signal next to the window, so that I can put a desk near the window and stay with the laptop there. Or get the signal so that I can use it from the desk at the bottom floor. Either way it makes no difference for me as long as I get the signal indoors. I've read about cantennas and the like, but I'm not sure whether they'll apply in my case since the signal is very strong outside, I don't really need to boost it but just 'turn' it round a corner. Another problem to using a cantenna is that my laptop's got an internal Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN which has got nowhere in which to plug an external antenna. I wouldn't want to spend a fortune to get this working, not more than €70 preferably but I do need guidance as to what I might need to buy please! Oh and I've got an Infosmart INAP88 802.11b Wireless LAN Access Point which I can use, if it is possible to use it in my case? Is it possible for me to connect wireless this way - Laptop wifi -- Infosmart -- Dad's router -- Internet? If yes, do I have to connect the Infosmart with ethernet cable to my laptop or will the lappie's wifi connect to the Infosmart? Thanks a lot!