Mar 09, 2016 · The second router (and you may have to configure it disconnected from the first) should be set up to use a different DHCP (so for example if your first router assigns addresses in the 192.168.1.xxx range, set the second one up to do 192.168.2.xxx).
Yes you can. Here are some reasons to have more than one: You might be sub-leasing part of your house and want to completely separate the two wifi networks You often have important guests, and want them to have great bandwidth irregardless of what you’re doing on your network If the 2nd router's WAN, Gateway, and DNS ended in 1 (rather than 100), then both routers would have identical addresses and be able to communicate. But you have the last numbers on the WAN, We don't recommend to use two routers and we can't really help with the setup. Are you having issues with the WiFi coverage? I am a Retired Official Comcast Employee and no longer actively support the Xfinity Forum. Dec 26, 2018 · Yes, you can have two routers in one house.. BUT if you want internet access without your "brothers" interference you will need another DSL/Cable connection to the internet! You can add another router "behind" the existing one but the ability of the second router can easily be controlled by the first one!
Jan 06, 2018 · Most modems by default have at least 2 LAN ports so it is possible to connect 2 routers to it. As mentioned since you have tons of devices connected and you would like internet access as well as
If the 2nd router's WAN, Gateway, and DNS ended in 1 (rather than 100), then both routers would have identical addresses and be able to communicate. But you have the last numbers on the WAN,
Can I have 2 routers in my house? 2.4ghz and 5.0ghz So I’m thinking about getting a new router that provides 5.0ghz wifi since my main router is 2.4ghz. Will I get 5.0ghz wifi from my secondary router or it will be just 2.4ghz like the main one? 21 hours ago · Q: I have a question about setting up an access point in a house that has an Xfinity router/modem on one end, but most of the living area is on the other end of the house, or through many walls