Connecting a 2nd extender

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Connecting a 2nd extender
Connecting a 2nd extender
2021-11-14 01:31:47 - last edited 2021-12-09 09:31:14
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How do I add a 2nd extender to my wireless network?

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2021-11-23 22:41:56 - last edited 2021-12-09 09:31:14

@Boop 

 

Disconnect the 1st one so that it doesn't interfer.  Configure the 2nd one to the router.  Once its configured you can reconnect the 1st one.  not place the 2nd extender opposite of the the 1st.  Because they are linked to the router they cannot be be daisy chained.

 

Alternatively, if the router you have is a TP-Link router and  it and the Range Extenders both support OneMesh you can use that feature to configure the two extenders to be mesh extensions of the router.  In this instance the two extenders could be daisy chained. 

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2021-11-23 22:41:56 - last edited 2021-12-09 09:31:14

@Boop 

 

Disconnect the 1st one so that it doesn't interfer.  Configure the 2nd one to the router.  Once its configured you can reconnect the 1st one.  not place the 2nd extender opposite of the the 1st.  Because they are linked to the router they cannot be be daisy chained.

 

Alternatively, if the router you have is a TP-Link router and  it and the Range Extenders both support OneMesh you can use that feature to configure the two extenders to be mesh extensions of the router.  In this instance the two extenders could be daisy chained. 

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