|I have high-speed cable access currently coming into an older D-Link 4-port wired router. I need to buy a new wired and wireless router so I can sync my new Android 4G phone (I'm in an area with bad cell coverage but I can sync with wi-fi). I have a second house about 200 feet from mine and have 3 Cat5E lines running underground in conduit to it so the lady next door and and her two kids can use the internet (I have 40-50mb service for my business use at home). Problem is that my kids have discovered YouTube, streaming video, video chat, etc. and are burning up my bandwidth. I currently have two of the lines to them disconnected so that I can limit their use to one computer at a time. I'm considering having them buy a Wireless Access Point, can they connect it to the standard single Cat5E LAN wire that is coming from my new wired and wireless router when I buy it?|
Sorry for the complicated question but I want everyone to understand the several factors that I'm trying to accomplish. And I'm open for ideas? I'm hoping to buy a very powerful wireless router (and I'm open for suggestions there also), there perhaps a way to give them wireless access from mine but perhaps "detuning" their access to a slower speed so I can keep my own speed up near the max?
I appreciate any and all help anyone can give me.