I'm not sure if I titled this thread correctly, due to me not being sure of what it's called or if what I think is right. I'll explain my issue to make this more understandable. I am sometimes called by my neighbors when they have computer issues, one day they had a corrupt bootloader which I had fixed for them, in return, I was granted their WEP key so I can use their net from time to time. Well my issue is that, from my house, I can only connect to their wifi in my bathroom which is closest to their house. There is absolutely no other place my laptop or any other device can successfully grab a connection. I stumbled across my old router and wondered... Will this be able to grab their signal, acquire internet access and give it to my entire house? I went into the access point settings and it has an input field for an IP address and subnet mask. After seeing this I tried to do some research and from what I've collected what I initially thought seems to be a possibility. I've already gotten the okay to do so from my neighbors. From most of the tutorials I've read, they want me to wire each router to each other which is not a possibility due to the distance from our houses, so I hope it can be done. Is there any tutorials or explanations anybody can give me in layman terms so I can stop going to the bathroom everytime I want to check my email? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!