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How To Use Two Wireless Routers In The Same House If you have a big house (or office), you may find it necessary to run two wireless routers (or more) to share the internet connection around efficiently. Although you can just plug in both routers and start using them, a bunch of little network problems caused by having two wireless routers will soon start to annoy you. There’s a simple alternative which this article describes. 2 routers / 2 networks / 1 computer - Networking Sep 12, 2012 Why Channels 1, 6, and 11? | MetaGeek Selecting the proper WiFi channel can significantly improve your WiFi coverage and performance. In the 2.4 GHz band, 1, 6, and 11 are the only non-overlapping channels. Selecting one or more of these channels is an important part of setting up your network correctly.

Mar 07, 2009 · Above answer is correct, if you want 2 separate networks, you have to set up 2 routers, possibly in series. However, remember to use different subnets on the second router, like if the first is Otherwise traffic will not route properly from the second network.

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