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Hi there! I really need to know how to block that Wi-Fi long-range bridge. As it works in long ranges it has to have a really powerful signal. Which Wi-Fi jammer shlould I pick to stop it? I'll look forward to your answer!

asked Dec 11 '12 at 12:26

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Hi Robert!

That device seems to be pretty useful gadget that easily connects a couple of wireless networks into one. EnGenius ENS200 is a long range Wi-Fi bridge, it may be used for Wi-Fi network range expanding. The device is really cool if you need to create a bridge between to networks in different buildings. That Wi-Fi bridge is really weatherproof, so you’ll be able to use it even outdoors. It’s actually waterproof too. It has powerful 8 dbi semi directional antenna, which ensures strong beamed signal. It also supports MAC address filtering for additional network protection.

Another feature of that EnGenius wireless bridge is that that it supports ?802.11b/g/n bridge connection/access point connections. It also pretty safe because it uses latest WPA and WPA2 encryption protocols to protect your data. But to tell the truth even the latest WPA2 has a couple of exploits, so wireless network still can’t ensure reliable data protection. That’s why you should be really careful with that device, because somebody may use it to hack your wireless network.

At jammer-store.com you can find a proper device to block that EnGenius ENS200. You should know that this device uses 2.4 GHz frequency. It is the most widely spread frequency for organizing wireless networks. We should mention that Bluetooth uses the same frequency, so if you will block Wi-Fi Bluetooth will not be operational. The best device for your purpose will be that powerful stationary Wi-Fi jamming device. It will block all Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections in 30 meters (100 feet) radius.

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answered Dec 11 '12 at 12:29

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