Jan 26, 2013 · If you wish to extend the range of your Wifi network, you can purchase an additional wireless router and connect it to your existing router with an Ethernet cable.. The setup is pretty easy, inexpensive and the best part is that your two routers need not have to be from the same manufacturer so, for example, you can easily connect your Linksys (Cisco) router to a router from say Netgear or Belkin.

Jan 26, 2013 · If you wish to extend the range of your Wifi network, you can purchase an additional wireless router and connect it to your existing router with an Ethernet cable.. The setup is pretty easy, inexpensive and the best part is that your two routers need not have to be from the same manufacturer so, for example, you can easily connect your Linksys (Cisco) router to a router from say Netgear or Belkin. I have two routers, one wireless connected to ISP1 with optical cable, and the second one connected to ISP2. The second router is cisco 860 series, i will configure ACL lists and zone based firewall on it, so it need to be the router connected to the switch. How do i connect the two routers to share same network? May 21, 2014 · As a result, Your client router should have an IP address in the same subnet as the primary router. So, if the primary router has an IP address of say, 192.168.1.1, you could set the IP address of the client router to 192.168.1.2. With this option, both routers are in the same subnet (192.168.1.x). The same is true for two routers that are broadcasting on the same channel --- it's hard for your computer to break the two signals apart, and tell what either router is saying. By broadcasting on two different channels, it makes it much easier for your computer to separate what each router is saying. 2. Both routers create separated networks. It's not the same network anymore. Devices connected to one router won't be able to connect to devices on the other router (except through the internet and port forwarding). 3. Sep 12, 2010 · Connected to LAN port 4 on the D-Link is the WAN port of the (old faithful)Linksys WRT54G Wireless-G running a second network(or, Network M). Both Routers have Wireless AND Wired connections in use.

However, other routers serve up the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands under the same wifi network name: Devices then connect to whichever band is strongest at any given position in your home (if a device only

Sep 18, 2010 · Wireless Network "name" mislabeled as "name 2" After reconfiguring settings on my router Windows 7 mislabled the name of my network. The original name of the network was MAGI-NET but after changing the settings and reconnecting it displays itself as MAGI-NET 2.

May 21, 2014 · As a result, Your client router should have an IP address in the same subnet as the primary router. So, if the primary router has an IP address of say, 192.168.1.1, you could set the IP address of the client router to 192.168.1.2. With this option, both routers are in the same subnet (192.168.1.x). The same is true for two routers that are broadcasting on the same channel --- it's hard for your computer to break the two signals apart, and tell what either router is saying. By broadcasting on two different channels, it makes it much easier for your computer to separate what each router is saying. 2. Both routers create separated networks. It's not the same network anymore. Devices connected to one router won't be able to connect to devices on the other router (except through the internet and port forwarding). 3. Sep 12, 2010 · Connected to LAN port 4 on the D-Link is the WAN port of the (old faithful)Linksys WRT54G Wireless-G running a second network(or, Network M). Both Routers have Wireless AND Wired connections in use.