|13 Jun 2013||#1|
Adding a secondary router to extend range
I have followed the guide that is on this site that explains on how to set it all up, and all that worked fine. But I want to have the secondary router wireless, meaning no wire between main router to secondary and here is where I run into problem, the phones connect fine to the main router when they get near it but they wont connect to the secondary router at all, 1 of my phone have accessed the secondary router as its MAC address is listed but it wont get an IP
Main router is a Asus RT-N56U
Secondary router is a Asus RT-N10E
So atm I am not quite sure what to do. Do I need to set static IP on all wireless objects to get it working?
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