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How to Connect Two Routers on the Same Network
By: Codex-M
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    Table of Contents:
  • How to Connect Two Routers on the Same Network
  • Connect the Main Router First
  • Connect the ISP Internet WAN Cable to the First Router
  • Configure the Second Router

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    How to Connect Two Routers on the Same Network - Connect the ISP Internet WAN Cable to the First Router

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    After configuration, you need to connect the output of the DSL or cable modem (mostly this is owned by and coming from your Internet service provider) to the WAN port of your router. The WAN port of a Linksys router is on the leftmost/ rightmost side and uses a color similar to blue. See the screen shot below:

    Once you have made the Internet connection, test it in your browser and make sure it is working on the main computer (the one which is connected to the main router).

    When the Internet connection is working, you can connect other computers belonging to the main router. These computers are within reasonable physical distances from the router. If you are using cable, connect them to the Ethernet port of your router.

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