I am looking for advice or suggestions to solve a problem that I have. I want to increase the Wi-Fi coverage outside my home, and have mort ports for wired connections inside the home. Some background. I have a cable modem for my Internet and a Netgear wireless router (WNR3500). This router gives pretty good coverage inside the home, but because of the home type it does not penetrate through the outside walls. I have a couple of speakers on my patio that i am using an airport express to AirPlay music to, This is what i would like to do, set up a wired access point (mounted inside the house on the wall closest to the patio) that would allow me to install and an antenna outside (to broadcast the Wi-Fi signal around the patio area), i would also like for the WAP to allow me to connect other "wired" devices ( the ports on the Netgear router are full). I hope i explained this well enough. So to put it another way, i would run a cat5 line to this "new piece of equipment", it would be mounted on the inside of the house. Then this "new piece of equipment" would feed three wired connections that are also inside the house and also allow me to supply wireless connection to my outdoor patio.