Many rural areas, particularly in developing regions are far away from internet connections. As a result, most of the regions are isolated from both the rest of the world and from progress. In this paper, will describe the architecture of a new wireless network, Wi-Fi based Rural Extensions (WiRE) that can provide internet connections to rural and far away regions at low costs. The WiRE architecture is mainly designed for developing regions, in which users may be scattered from 20-100kms away from service provider. WiRE architecture provides high band width rates, typically 6-10 Mbps.