Can I have 2 networks on the same modem?
Yes, it is possible to use two (or even more than two) routers on the same home network. The benefits of a two-router network include: Support for more wired devices: If the first router is the wired Ethernet kind, it supports a limited number of connected devices (typically only four or five).
How do I setup 2 home networks?
Plug the non-Wi-Fi adapter into a power socket near your router and connect the two with an Ethernet cable. Plug the other adapter (after pairing, if necessary) into any other power socket in your home and it will create a new Wi-Fi network to which you can connect your important devices.
Is 2 routers better than 1?
A: No, connecting two routers doesn’t produce a stronger signal. But the equipment provided by Comcast may not deliver the best Wi-Fi for your situation.
Can having 2 routers cause problems?
No, two routers will not cause problems. If they are on the same (or close) channels, it may cause some slowdowns in performance tho, it’s best to get them on channels at least 6 apart, so no part of the bands overlap.
Do 2 routers slow down internet speed?
No, using two routers will not slow down the internet speed. Usually using two routers will not affect your internet speed if they are connected on the same channels but it is preferred to avoid overlapping. Internet speed is provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Will adding another router decrease internet speed?
Adding routers will not affect your Internet speed; it is preset by your service plan. It will, however, help your office network optimize the use of the speed assigned to you by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
How far apart should 2 routers be?
Originally posted by Sagan :]: No, two routers will not cause problems. If they are on the same (or close) channels, it may cause some slowdowns in performance tho, it’s best to get them on channels at least 6 apart, so no part of the bands overlap.