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How To Connect Two Routers On One Home Network Using A Lan Cable Stock Router Netgear/TP-Link

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How To Connect Two Routers On One Home Network Using A Lan Cable Stock Router Netgear/TP-Link

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Mostarac
Mostarac 19 giorni fa
thank you, this really helped
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 19 giorni fa
You're most welcome. Thank you for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Emilio Valle
Emilio Valle 27 giorni fa
Hello I very much appreciate the video I have followed ur instructions and got mine working however my secondary router is a gl s1300 after the set up I want to install VPN and the page tells me I have no internet connection. This is on my secondary when I call the IP address glnet administration panel but it tells no internet. Thank you.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 27 giorni fa
Can you browse the Internet while connected to the secondary? Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
nain zulkar
nain zulkar 27 giorni fa
Hello brother. Would it work combined with tp link and toto link Router? I would be happy if u reply,fast
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 27 giorni fa
It will work on any two routers as long as you have access to the settings I show. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
James Thomas
James Thomas 27 giorni fa
Your video is very informative, I have not been able to locate info on settings for the 5ghz band. Do I need to also set the routers to different channels for 5 GHZ. Thank you!!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 27 giorni fa
I will be doing a WIFI optimization video in the future on GHz. None of the channels on 5GHz overlap so as long as you are using different channels you "should" be fine. I will cover the "should" part in the video as your neighbors my be using the same channel as you and cause conflict or slow down. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Stupid dream
Stupid dream 27 giorni fa
Hi Richard, why am I getting the error message that says WAN IP address and LAN IP addresses can't be in the same subset
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 27 giorni fa
Most likely you have connected the routers using the WAN/Internet port on the secondary. You should connect LAN to LAN ports only as I show in the video. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Alan Brittain
Alan Brittain 2 mesi fa
Worked like a charm. Thank you!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
C DRIVE
C DRIVE 2 mesi fa
I must confess that I never gave multiple routers a thought until I saw your video. Thank you for sharing this knowledge. Very well done! Chris
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Chuck Carr
Chuck Carr 2 mesi fa
How can we save $5.00 per month if we purchase our own what?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Some Internet providers charge a monthly fee for the Internet modem they supply you. But you can buy your own modem and not pay rent for theirs. Check with your provider for details and compatible modems. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Oliver Andersen
Oliver Andersen 2 mesi fa
Great video! Very well described and shown. A real life saver!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Atikah Mohamed
Atikah Mohamed 2 mesi fa
Super helpful!!!! Tqtqtqtq! 👍🏻
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Pa Antou Gaye
Pa Antou Gaye 2 mesi fa
Good stuff
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Metalmachine467
Metalmachine467 2 mesi fa
I'm getting my new router in a couple days and will use my old one and going to try this step by step thank you for the information
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
David Linabury
David Linabury 2 mesi fa
Richard, Thank you for this great video. When I have time later today, I will complete my setup and configuration with the help from your video. Question? What Channel selection(s) do you recommend to choose for the 5GHz Band like you did for the 2.4GHz Band in your video or do you recommend keeping the 5GHz Band Channel set to Auto? Thank you in advance.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. With the 5 GHz band there is no overlap between channel frequencies (unless it's on the same channel as your neighbors WIFI) So choose two which are not the same and you should be fine. Experiment and see which give you the best results. I am planning on making a WIFI optimization video but considering how much there is to it I may make a series videos that can be followed step by step. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
31186dan
31186dan 2 mesi fa
Thank you so much for this video. I’m not a very tech savvy guy... but with your help I got another router set up in my workshop on the back of my property. I followed your directions and got it working on the first try. 👍👍👍👍
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Guy Reynolds
Guy Reynolds 2 mesi fa
Thank you for taking the time to explain this in lay mans terms, for once I now understand this concept.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting, subscribing and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
yocko yocko
yocko yocko 2 mesi fa
Thank you!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
soundofBeers
soundofBeers 2 mesi fa
Hi, Can I do this for two 'secondary routers'? So connect two routers to the primary router? Thanks in advance!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Yes you may. I have many examples in this playlist: itvid.net/group/PLnxXRLSlmSVMHe-1v49Mzh37DcwE0s0a8 Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Brandon Chee
Brandon Chee 2 mesi fa
Can I connect my PC to the second router via LAN cable?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Yes you can connect your PC to the secondary router. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Justin
Justin 2 mesi fa
Hi there! Will my devices automatically connect to either router when I'm close to it or do I have to select the closes router every time?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Your devices will connect automatically (as long as they are set to do so) to which ever router responds first again as long as you have created a WIFI link to that router. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Steve Dean
Steve Dean 2 mesi fa
Get video that explains a lot about wireless networking.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. I may make a WIFI optimization video in the future as well as it seems to be a popular subject. All the best.👍😀
musicman0150
musicman0150 2 mesi fa
I'm really confused with the IP address assignments. My other routers that have a specific IP address assignment, I can still access regardless of the IP range of the main router; however; my wireless devices such as my repeaters, smart speakers, roku boxes and wireless computers the IP changes instead of staying the same regardless of the IP range on the main router. Example, Roku EXP+1 went from IP 80 to IP 111 when making the range from 100 to 254, even though I reserved it to IP 80. First three numbers are 192.168.1.x I need a full detailed video on why this happens. Thank you.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Is the DHCP service turned off on the secondary router? Make sure that it is off/disabled on the secondary router. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
musicman0150
musicman0150 2 mesi fa
This is a fantastic video. I currently have 4 additional routers with the DHCP turned off being they are used as extenders to carry the internet. I also have 37 devices thus far with an assigned IP address on my main router with a range of 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.254. When I tried doing your suggestion and start with a higher number, such as 192.168.1.10 on my main router; my devices that had an assigned IP address between 1 and 10 would not see my main router. The devices are my other three routers, and a wireless extender by Engenius. Did I configure the main router wrong; or can't you use assigned IP addresses that are not in the DHCP range? Here's the assigned devivces in the 1 to 10 range. The secondary routers have DHCP disabled as instructed. Netgear Main Router 192.168.1.1 Engenius Extender 1 192.168.1.4 Netgear 2 192.168.1.5 Linksys 1 192.168.1.6 Linksys 2 192.168.1.7 Engenius Extender 2 192.168.1.8 Gary
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
The only common thread is that you are configuring the devices manually and I can only guess that you are missing something in the configuring of the devices you are assigning IP addresses to. You should have these settings in your manually configured devices: IP address 192.168.1.XXX X being what ever number under 10 you want. Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 Gateway 192.168.1.1 DNS 192.168.1.1 The only thing that changes between all the devices as far as IP configuration will be the IP address. Tell me how it goes. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
George Mayer
George Mayer 2 mesi fa
Hi Richard- this is an excellent video for sure- thank you for taking the time! The question I have is, is there a way to separate the routers so that they don't share any content? I know they have different SSID's and passwords, but you said they also share content between them. Have a guest quarters set up and don't want to have them access home network and vice versa. Thanks in advance :)
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I have a video on creating two separate networks here: itvid.net/video/video-7rb8iNj_rJI.html It will show you how to create two private networks. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
David Roman
David Roman 2 mesi fa
Omg thank you i was trying hard for weeks
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Diego Piccioni
Diego Piccioni 2 mesi fa
I would like to thank you Mr. Lloyd, for this perfect and rational tutorial. I was able to connect the two routers (Humax and Buffalo) in no time and now i have a good wi-fi signal on the second floor, too. Best regards!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you get it going. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Rebecca Chappell
Thank you so much, this is exactly what I have been looking for.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Navid Deres7
Navid Deres7 2 mesi fa
Thanks a lot! Didnt understand a thing but after your vid I do
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Nano Iglesias
Nano Iglesias 2 mesi fa
You've made my day Richard. Thanks a lot for the very clear explanation and tutorial. Great!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I am happy to know you get value from my content. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Liberty Action
Liberty Action 2 mesi fa
If your device is too far away from the router to begin with and you plus a 2nd router into the first router, wont it be too far away from the device too. Unless you have a ethernet cable running through the house...in which case if im going to have to have cables running all over the place I'd rather have wired connections than wirel;ess connections. What am I miossing? Doesnt this just give you the wires without the benefit of having an actual wired connection? That being said, you did a great job on the cideo. Everything was explained well. You made it wasy to understand, clear, and easy to watch...or at least I didnt get the urge to stab myself in the throat. Which is a wonderful thing, truly. So is there a way to connect my computer in my room (and my TV) into a router via ethernet connection and have that router get its info wirelessly from the other router which is setup in the livingroom. My family members almost had major strokes from seeing a cable run from the fiber optic box into the Netgear router. there is NO way in hell I can put two routers out there (not sure what good that would do anyways) and even more unlikely is running a cable through the house through the kitchen down the hall and into my room. I mean I could try it but I would appreciate some one filing a missing persons complaint if I am not heard from afterward. I seriously thing there is a good chance of me "taking a swim with the fishies, capice?" if I did that. There are vaulted ceilings so going up and over is not an option. I dont know what the heckl I can do. I getr an Ok connection wirelessly. But having a gigabyte service and a shaky wifi 30mbps MAX connection kinda burns my hide. It chafes my chimichanga, it really frrls like fire in my esophogaus, I don't always wash every part of my body, I sometimes "pass out" when I "meet knew people", Im not "friendly at parties" because "smell" and have "low self esteem", I once ran over gopher" and then "prayed for weeks that I could have ":switched places" like Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis,. I "don't "like vegetables" because they "give me the creeps" but I would never eat them because I am not a cannable. RIP Chris Farley. Im not "living in a van down by the river....but arent we all about 3 poor choices away from that? Thanks for the video buddy. I watched it twice, which is weir. I was typing this super long message the second time so it was more about me than you, but stiil its saying something huh? now you know of those 2.5 million views (holy crap your friggin famous man) 2 of those view were me. Youre welcome.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You get the award for the longest (single) comment in my channel history. I think what you want to do is to connect two routers together through WIFI. I have a video on how to do that here: itvid.net/video/video-21tRWUvsQ34.html and you may consider using Power line adapters to connect the two routers together as well. Here is a video on the Power Line adapters: itvid.net/video/video-WcaH73tJLFQ.html I am currently making a video on how to connect two routers using Power Line adapters like the ones I show in the linked video. The procedure would be to connect the two routers using a LAN cable like I show in this video, after successfully getting that functioning you would configure the Power Line adapters and replace the LAN cable connecting the two routers with the Power Line adapters. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I am happy to know you get value from my content. I appreciate it greatly. All the best and stay tuned.👍😀
Curtis Epp
Curtis Epp 2 mesi fa
Your vidio help to hook my two routers together. I would to know have you ever try to hook up a D-Link router number DI-524 and try to tune on the Security for it? I'm trying to but it will not let me apply it. would know why this is.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I am not sure what you mean by security. Please check the manufacturers website for further information. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
George Haytack
George Haytack 2 mesi fa
What this shows is using the second router as a switch/hub and WiFi access point. Very, very useful in itself - I've used this method several times to implement "quick and dirty" WiFi "hot spots" when all I've had to hand is an old WiFi router. Is it bridging? One could argue that switches are multi-port bridges, but for the purpose of the what Richard is showing, does it matter and who cares (apart from the point of view of being pedantic) However, it is NOT true that you can do this with ANY WiFi router. It varies from make to make. - some will NOT forward DHCP requests from their WiFi interface to their LAN interfaces. They will only send them to their internal DHCP server. - some will ALWAYS route traffic on their WiFi interface to destinations out on the internet through their OWN WAN interface. They WILL NOT send it to another router (gateway), even though PCs on the WiFi interface are configured to use the OTHER router as the "default gateway". If you encounter either of these problems trying to do this: - WiFi clients connected to the secondary router fail to get an IP address unless you enable DHCP on that router. - WiFi clients connected to the secondary router can talk to other machines on the LAN but trying to talk to the internet fails. You probably have one of those "awkward" ones. There is a simple potential solution if your two routers are of different makes - simply swap their roles around. Make the one that doesn't want to play ball just being an access point as the "main" router, and use what was your main router as the access point. Also you CAN have two DHCP servers on the same subnet as long as their "scopes" - the range of IP addresses they dish out - DON'T overlap. Large networks usually have multiple DHCP servers for redundancy. Machines simple get an IP address from which ever one replies first.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Awesome feedback. I wanted to keep it as simple as possible for people but your suggestions would help people who experienced that DHCP issue. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the valuable feedback. I appreciate it greatly. All the best. 👍😀
Asiful Islam Navid
Man,i badly need your help.I am facing a problem with my router
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Ok. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Hossam Mohamed
Hossam Mohamed 2 mesi fa
thanks so much for this very valuable video, I learned a lot..
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
H/slassie Hadgu
H/slassie Hadgu 2 mesi fa
How much the correct price of D-Link DGS -1024D Gigabit Switch
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
The DGS-1024D is $116.99 on Amazon (affiliate links) amzn.to/3aIW7If or you can get it much cheaper used on eBay: ebay.to/2KFItLb (affiliate links no extra cost to you and they support my channel. Thank you for using them) Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Jashughatt Video/Photography
Hi Richard, thank you so much for such an insightful tutorial, I have a Huawei 5g cpe n5368x that I am using as the main router and using the Mikrotik 951ui-2hnd as the second router. I have managed to configure everything with your instructions and not putting any DHCP on the second router, however, i don't seem to get any internet connection when connecting to the second router at the end of my setup
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
So we know it's not a wifi problem. Connect to the LAN port on the Huawei and see if you can surf the net from there. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Jashughatt Video/Photography
@Richard Lloyd I just tried now, LAN from Mikrotik to a laptop doesn't give me any internet :(
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Can you browse the internet when you are connected to a LAN port on the Mikrotik?
Jashughatt Video/Photography
Thank you for your reply. The Huawei 5G cpe n5368x only gives you one LAN port, so I am basically connected to that on one end and on Ethernet 2 on the Mikrotik end. I have managed to change the IP on the Mikrotik, I have manage to deactivate the DHCP on the Mikrotik, and I can connect to the Mikrotik router while using Wi-Fi from the Huawei(192.168.8.1 and 192.168.8.2) but then minute I connect to the SSID I created on the Mikrotik, it does connect, but no internet ☹️
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Are you connecting the two routers using a physical LAN cable from one of the LAN ports on the primary to one of the LAN (NOT WAN/Internet) ports on the secondary router? Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Di Farr
Di Farr 2 mesi fa
Please do the video on chain sub routers/access points. I already have one secondary access point because the router supplied by my phone co has no wifi... I use the secondary router for wifi broadcasts but am unable to connect a third....to extend my range. Thanks
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
The configuration that I show in this video should allow you to connect a third router to your secondary and extend the router. Here is a video on how to connect three routers in a row: itvid.net/video/video-LFdGsLofmds.html Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Amit Munjal
Amit Munjal 2 mesi fa
Getting message "No Internet Connection" for the SSID set up for the Slave router. Parent Router- TP Link DHCP - Enabled Channel-11 IP 192.168.1.1 and Slave Router- NetComm N300 SSID- Different to Parent router DHCP- Disabled Channel-6 IP 192.168.1.2 HELP! Help! Help! Also, if I add 3rd or 4th router what channel should I use as per the video I only have Channel 1 left to use
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Can you browse the internet when you are connected to a LAN port on the slave router?
Amit Munjal
Amit Munjal 2 mesi fa
@Richard Lloyd I am connecting LAN (primary) to LAN (slave)
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Are you connecting the two routers using a physical LAN cable from one of the LAN ports on the primary to one of the LAN (NOT WAN/Internet) ports on the secondary router? Thanks.
SWil wilson
SWil wilson 2 mesi fa
Hi ,i have a TP line set up,but i wanted to know if i can plug the powerline into a secondary Wifi hub to make it wireless ?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Yes plugging a connected power line adapter to the secondary router on the LAN ports should work. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Nicolai Fetco
Nicolai Fetco 2 mesi fa
Hello Richard very impressed of your easy explanation in this video. Can I use a ADSL router as an access point if my main router is VDSL and my provider is giving me VDSL connectivity?? Can I use a power line Adaptor instead of a LAN cable connecting the secondary router as an access point??? I will be most grateful I I could have these questions answered of you. Have a nice resting at home cased of the ( stay at home ) program. Regards from a very sunny Greece. N.Fetco'
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
If you can configure any router the way I show in the video it should work. And yes you can use a power line adapter to connect the two routers. I may make a video on doing that in the future. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Kang Dud
Kang Dud 2 mesi fa
You are the best. Thanks for tutorial .Stay connected 😊🙏
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
man ka
man ka 2 mesi fa
Can use mesh faster and cheaper
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I don't understand how you could possibly by a mesh router system for cheaper than two routers you already own? Please educate us if you know. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Mohammed Ehsan Uddin
I have a tplink router configured as Wifi Router.What exactly is the difference between the above configuration and wifi router. My complain is that the speed I get from Main router is inconsistent and sometimes it is too low.Will above steps help me.Thanks.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
A hard wired connection is usually more reliable and faster than WIFI. There are exceptions. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it and your support greatly. All the best.👍😀
Nishant Massey
Nishant Massey 2 mesi fa
dot 1 dot 1 dot 1
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Djinnbei
Djinnbei 2 mesi fa
When I connect the second router through the LAN wire, it disconnects my wifi and doesn't allow me internet access
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I suggest resetting all routers to factory default settings and follow my video exactly (step by step) and it should work for you. Make sure you understand the assigning of IP addresses to the routers. Make sure you connect them exactly as I show (LAN to LAN port). Also understand that resetting the routers to factory will reset all settings to factory settings. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
shokerrikkk
shokerrikkk 2 mesi fa
Hello. Great video, but I have problems connecting a second router (Fritz!Box 3490) to my main router (Fritz!Box 7530 VE). Any idea if I can do what you've explained with these two models? Thank you!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
The configuration I show in the video works with any two routers regardless of model or manufacturer. As long as you configure and connect them exactly as I show in the video, it will work. I suggest resetting all routers to factory default settings and follow my video exactly (step by step) and it should work for you. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
A. Nilla-or
A. Nilla-or 2 mesi fa
so basically WR841N works as switch and access point? it doesn't route 'cause its WAN is taped over.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Yes that is correct. We are not using the routing or NAT function of the router. Just the switch and WIFI functions. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Martin Bishop
Martin Bishop 2 mesi fa
Hi Richard if I have 2 of the same modems meaning they have the same ip address, are you saying dont have to change ip on the second one for example if they are both (192.168.1.123) I can keep them both as they are
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I'm going to assume that by modems you mean routers, If that is the case they both need unique (different IP numbers on the same network in order to work together) as I show on the video for both routers. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Joshua Tree
Joshua Tree 2 mesi fa
it actually worked now I am stuck with the new range extender that is coming
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
If you bought it from Amazon they will usually take it back. Glad I could help. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Dmitri Esahak
Dmitri Esahak 2 mesi fa
Hey man nice video ,, but say for instance if i want my second router to host its own dhcp . Any ways u recommend for me. and if possible assign static ip to my second router so that there would be a stable internet connection. ? is this possible
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Yes it is possible. I show how to do that on this video: itvid.net/video/video-7rb8iNj_rJI.html You will only create one private network in your case. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Minecraft1834
Minecraft1834 2 mesi fa
Good Video!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Trxkyy
Trxkyy 2 mesi fa
this video never gets old. you might think im crazy for watching it like 5 times already but your videos work miracles
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
That's awesome! Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I am happy to know you get value from my content. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Jack Zielinski
Jack Zielinski 2 mesi fa
Hummingbird, Great video !! I like the way it's presented without skipping steps and explains in detail .Thanks
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I am glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Emerson Balbin
Emerson Balbin 2 mesi fa
No need to change the range of ip address on the dhcp server because the dhco server will detect the ip address of the 2nd router and will not use the ip address anymore of the 2nd router.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Perhaps that is how your router works but every router I own requires my suggested configuration. Thank for your feed back, watching, commenting and the kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Richard McDonald
Fantastic video. I have been able to easily follow this video as I am using both a Netgear R6400v2 (Main router) & TPLink Archer VR1600v (secondary router). I have managed to get it all to work as it should but....I have since unplugged the tplink router to then move it into its permanent location and I am now having problems with it. I haven't changed any settings, I have just run a longer ethernet cable from my Netgear router to the tplink router (both running on LAN connections), I have got my TV, laptop, PS3 to work off the wireless of the secondary router but I cant get any smartphones to connect, it just comes up saying it failed to obtain I.P. address. Any ideas on what could be going wrong?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Reset the secondary to the factory settings and configure it again. Which firmware and revision are you using? Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Md Tauqeer Khan
Md Tauqeer Khan 2 mesi fa
Hello Sir I appreciate your time and efforts for helping so many people with this video. I followed this video and got connected. But I'm having issues Evey other day. The devices sometimes is howing "limited access " and sometime on mobile devices as "obtaining IP address". Please help me.
Md Tauqeer Khan
Md Tauqeer Khan 2 mesi fa
@Richard Lloyd Appreciate ur response sir. I did all the steps u have performed in the exact same way. More over I checked the physical connectivity also. I'm sorry for not providing enough info before. The issue I'm facing is with secondary router. When I connect the devices wirelessly. The connection is stable for some hours then I will get the "limited access" error on laptop and " Obtaining IP address" on mobile devices and after some hours the connection is back again I made sure to change the channels also as u have guided. Requesting ur assistance
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I suggest resetting all routers to factory default settings and follow my video exactly (step by step) and it should work for you. Make sure you understand the assigning of IP addresses to the routers. Make sure you connect them exactly as I show (LAN to LAN port). Also understand that resetting the routers to factory will reset all settings to factory settings. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Mike Wieland
Mike Wieland 2 mesi fa
The very best explanation ever i saw on internet. very good explanantion. i learned a lot. Thank you
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I am happy to know you get value from my content. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Pinak Prajapati
Pinak Prajapati 2 mesi fa
Hey this is Pinak, I did same thing but I put SSID in both the routers and I never get any difficulties with that but the router are not that close to each other and I definitely know it works perfectly fine if it’s on far distance. What do you suggest, you will still suggest to have different SSID for routers ?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
If it works for you great. Here is my recommendation itvid.net/video/video-kf1mPd_ofhU.html Thanks
DR Sudz
DR Sudz 2 mesi fa
Excellent video - you've made a difficult subject easy to understand. Which is the mark of a GREAT teacher!! I have a issue, if you can help? My existing system consists of 3 routers and 2 wifi-extenders and it was set up by a network guy here in town who has moved. I want to change it to a mesh system. 2 issues - 1.) 5mbs satellite internet service here is best we can get here so I need to keep speed up. Best system recommendations? 2.) Mother-in-law house is about 100 yards away and it's router is currently hardwired from the main house router. I'd like to keep it hardwired with the existing router. Is that possible with a a mesh system? And just curious -- are you near Sonora, CA? Want to make a house call? lol....
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
The TP-Link Deco Mesh (affiliate link helps me does not cost you) amzn.to/2Kf3zQB has an Ethernet WAN port and Ethernet LAN port which means you could plug the hard wire connection to that including a switch with multiple ports for further connectivity or your current router. BTW there are other mesh systems but I have had great luck with the TP-Link brand of routers. The mesh system I linked rates very highly on Amazon as well. All the best from Texas!
anas siddiqi
anas siddiqi 2 mesi fa
I have connected the two router(main Huawei 5G & extended dlink5G) as per ur tutorial but only 1 router is able to access internet at a time. Can u pls help me out what can be the issue thanx
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I suggest resetting all routers to factory default settings and follow my video exactly (step by step) and it should work for you. Make sure you understand the assigning of IP addresses to the routers. Make sure you connect them exactly as I show (LAN to LAN port). Also understand that resetting the routers to factory will reset all settings to factory settings. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
mumtaz merchant
mumtaz merchant 2 mesi fa
Sir. Very Well explained. Thank you...
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I am glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Jose H Feliciano
i follow intructions and it worked! thanks so much!!!!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I am glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Nimesh Kc
Nimesh Kc 2 mesi fa
how can we change the password of main router???
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Please check the manufacturers website for further information on resetting and configuring your router, they usually tell you how to do all of that. Thank you for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Martin Ottolangui
cheers struggled with the tplink manual for a access point ,this has been sitting in the box for a year ! sorted in 30 mins ,clear and easy to follow cheers again
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I am glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Martin Ottolangui
tp TL-WR940N
Gerard Bakker
Gerard Bakker 2 mesi fa
Some routers that you might use as 'secondary' could have a LAN 'Gateway' IP setting, under the LAN Configuration. If so that 'Gateway' IP should be changed to the IP address of the 'primary' router. In your example that would be 192.168.1.1. (Not to be confused with the 'Gateway' IP setting under WAN for the 'secondary' router, that should not be set.) Also chaining devices one after the other might make things easier if you need to run ethernet cables long distances or along difficult paths, but if you're within 20m of the primary it's probably best to connect back to the primary directly for any additional routers you add. (A star topology vs a daisy chain one).
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Thank you for watching, commenting and the valuable feedback. I appreciate it greatly. All the best. 👍😀
Sourav Ghosh
Sourav Ghosh 2 mesi fa
Will there be any difference in speed?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
As long as the two routers are of equal or similar performance and you use Cat5E or higher cables there should be little difference. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Shubham Deshmukh
Does it reduce the speed on secondary router?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
As long as the two routers are of equal or similar performance and you use Cat5E or higher cables there should be little difference. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
hopeuguessmyname
Excellent video. Question though, wirelessly I'm losing half the speed on my 2nd router. It's a TP Link Archer C60. So my main router is giving wireless speeds of 180mbps and the second is about 90mbps. Not bad but is this normal to lose half the speed?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Switch the C60 to be the primary and report back on the speed you get then. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Alexander Oronov
Why wasn't the cable on TP-Link connected to the WAN port? From TP-Link's perspective that's incoming connection and should go to WAN port, I think.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
That would create two separate networks which is not the goal of this video. Here is a video that shows the configuration you are mentioning here: itvid.net/video/video-7rb8iNj_rJI.html Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
radio dx
radio dx 2 mesi fa
Great video. Initially my 2nd router didn’t connect via wireless, but after reseting and entering the settings again it worked just like its described here. Thank you.
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
தமிழ்
தமிழ் 2 mesi fa
Hello MR Richard good day to you . If i buy any router as per advised , shall i disconnect my current internet connection to my main router ? then place my new router on table plug in with power and insert with LAN cable from new router to laptop ? from here what shall i do ? Confusing ....confusing , Subscribed your channel
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
It's up to you what you wish to do. This video shows how to hard wire connect two routers, make them part of the same network and share the Internet and resources between all devices connected to either. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Nate Green
Nate Green 2 mesi fa
Is setting it up with 2 ssids better than setting it up in bridge mode/1 ssid?
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
There are so many variables but the best way to find out is trying different and see what works best for you. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Zack-C
Zack-C 2 mesi fa
+1 for using Firefox!
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
rajub narud
rajub narud 2 mesi fa
Hi Richard, i would like to connect the following router: 1. Huawei H8245H (primary router) 192.168.100.1 2. ZTE ZXV10 w300 (secondary router) 192.168.1.1 Can you please help with it. am getting problem to connect each other wirelessly
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
I have several videos on how to connect routers wirelessly here: itvid.net/group/PLnxXRLSlmSVO4wpXdNsAHMuGwwSv0hZtS Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Mekz 009
Mekz 009 2 mesi fa
Big Thank You,. You really Help Me Alot..
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
You are most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Creative Art Generation, by Eva Mejia
Hi, great video, but I am not very tech savvy. Anything you could suggest, I have a less than a 1 m for upload speed, which is my issue, uploading to you tube as I am a content creator. Att has tried every thing, at this point their last attempt to trouble shoot my upload speed, is connecting to a different port from their end. I don't know what else I could do from my home to improve my upload speed, and I am not sure if changing providers would help me with my issue. Thanks a bunch. Eva
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 2 mesi fa
This video I made may help you. itvid.net/video/video-Z17bLYCAo0w.html With it you will be able to see what your real speeds are at the modem and then you can determine if your provider is the bottle neck or not. Get back to me with your results. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Gareth Phillips
Gareth Phillips 2 mesi fa
Hi Richard, My router for channel options gives 1-13 for 2.4 ghz and then a second channel option for 5ghz with options 36,40,44 and 48 (thats not my new router is it that i mentioned was unreachable now after reconfigure). I have moved first channel to 1. how do I reach my other router (secondary now and which channel out of 13 should it be?
Gareth Phillips
Gareth Phillips 2 mesi fa
HI Richard, Thanks for a wonderful video. I just managed this feat, with my secondary router. Strange though as the Netgear website said the IP should be 192.168.1.1 or the the one very similar, you had suggested. However just new and out of box it was saying ip was 10.03.03 or something but I configured it to 192.168.1.2 as you said. All is working well, but when i type its ip address in browser, it fails to load. can I no longer access? how do i do it to update password? can I use netgear nighthawk app or is it now not functioning due to reconfigure?
Joshua Burtt
Joshua Burtt 2 mesi fa
By far the most in depth and useful video I’ve seen on this topic, great job
Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd 27 giorni fa
You're most welcome. I'm glad to know I could help you. Thank you so much for watching, commenting and the very kind words. I appreciate it greatly. All the best.👍😀
Pukar adhikari
Pukar adhikari 2 mesi fa
Hello, I wanted to ask you a question. Someone from the ISP team used the router i wanted to give someone and made it accessible to use internet on other router(tp-link in this case too) through my main router(Nokia Router). But the problem is he set both the router;s default gateway to same. But i can;t find settings of the first router(tp link one) from the my MAIN router as you showed in the video. I can;t open cause the default gateway for both of them are same. What can i do in this case ? Help please
Pat G
Pat G 2 mesi fa
I use century link. They tell me they only have certain routers that I can use. Is that true? Can I buy an ASUS wifi 6 and use it by connecting it this way??
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