The easiest way to connect two routers is by using Ethernet. A second (new) router which doesn’t have wireless capability must be connected to the first (existing) router via an Ethernet cable. Plug one end of the cable into the new router’s WAN port and Plug the other end into any free port on the first router other than its WAN port.

Mar 03, 2011 Two Routers on One Switch - Cisco Community Two Routers on One Switch Well I have two routers 192.168.2.1 and 192.168.1.1, I would like to connect each router to the switch along with devices from each subnet but keep each subnet seperate.is that possible or do I need another switch. Merging two networks into one! Guidance required for non Scenario 1 - One company, one single email domain, all PC's in one AD domain - DC's at both sites replicating across your IPSEC VPN tunnel, two exchange servers participating in a single exchange A new Wi-Fi standard could let different mesh routers work May 14, 2018

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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. How effective is using two extenders with one Wi-Fi router Aug 15, 2017 Combine 2 networks to speed up - TipsMake May 26, 2019 Should I use a second wireless router with my home network?