The Superhub's antennas are pointing backwards so try point that side of the Superhub towards the furthest part of the property.
If it's already in a central location, then consider getting a decent wireless AP with proper omni antennas.
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Originally Posted by Stephen
If it is a large house then the Superhub may not be to blame for the poor wireless in parts of the house.
Or maybe it is.
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Originally Posted by Milambar
Ideally, the router/superhub should be in the most centeral location possible,
Also worth noting that the superhub has a dire-weak wireless signal to begin with.
Actually, ideally, it wouldn't
be in a central location as the output is lopsided. If you put it centrally you'd get too much going one way and getting wasted and not enough going the other.
That said, lopsided output by necessity results in wasted output compared to an omnidirectional, as regulations limiting wireless output are based on EIRP measurement of the part of the beam where the signal output is strongest.