The walls in my prior California home were old style brick and were 24" thick. The interior walls were covered in Lath and Plaster about 3/4' thick using a tight wire mesh that had tiny little 1/8" diamond shaped holes in it. Any reception was a nightmare in that house unless you were in front of a window. I drilled holes and ran Ethernet Cable throughout the place to solve the problem.
Those thick walls turned out to be a great thermal insulator. The place stayed cool in the summer and retained heat well in the winter.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
All the houses in my area are made of dry wall. They won't last a tornado or even a minor earthquake, but the wifi signal is great!
It might be bad for WiFi, but great for keeping people out of your business!
good wireless security will keep people out of your business too.
I don't broadcast my SSID, and I have MAC filtering enables, and encryption :-) I didn't go as far as setting manual IP addresses and turning off DHCP tho. I think i've done enough lol
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