Sorry for the newbie question, but I've been trying to set-up my second Archer AX50 as an Access Point and it doesn't seem to be working.
I have an Arris Surfboard SB8200 that is attached to my first Archer AX50 router via an Ethernet cable to its WAN port. I then have an Ethernet cable going from my first Archer AX50 router to the WAN port of my second Archer AX50 router, which is on the other side of the house. I would like to create a single wireless network that works across both routers as described.
I've used the TP-Link Tether app to configure the second Archer AX50 router to be an Access Point, but it doesn't seem to work. It's still works as two separate wireless networks. The second Archer AX50 router still retains its original SSID. When I'm on the other side of the house and I connect to the SSID of the first Archer AX50 router, the signal is weak, but when I connect to the SSID of the second Archer AX50 router, the wireless signal is strong. Shouldn't the second Archer AX50 router as an Access Point be seamlessly sharing the wireless network of the first Archer AX50 router?
Should I not be using the Tether App to setup the second Archer AX50 router as an Access Point?
Thanks for your help!