Having (with a great deal of help), worked out what my configuration should be, I now could use some advice from anyone who has experience (or knowledge) of this situation.
In Israel, which is where I find myself, all buildings, (and the one I'm living in is included in this) are required to have a "safe room".
This room must be gas proof, and withstand something just short of a nuclear explosion. I can vouch for its construction, because putting up shelves in it nearly killed me! I went through more drill bits in a day, than I have done in my previous life, and I'm no youngster!
But, undeterred, my computer is nearly set up in here. All that's missing is an internet connection, via my hosts cable modem.
So, I go out shopping to buy a suitable wireless router, only to discover that I'm being warned off doing this, as the walls in these safe rooms are not only bomb proof, but apparently resistant to wireless networks as well.
Wires are even more out of the question. The room is truly sealed. You can't even run a flat cable under the door. Rubber seals all round.
Does anyone have any experience of this situation? Even in another country? Was I being warned off unnecessarily? Can wireless networks get through this kind of construction? Is a booster or other form of amplifier necessary, or useless? Or is the whole issue superfluous, and its not really a problem at all.
Thanks in advance to all who reply.