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    router 1LAN < long wire > router 2LAN

    will the the second router boost the signal of the internet of a 15 meter long ethernet cable from router 1? Thanks

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    Ethernet cable is rated for 100 meters...(a hair over 300 feet). To go beyond that requires a repeater...(a switch will do that).
    For just 49 feet there is no need for a repeater....there is no drop that requires a boost.
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