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jaygpoo70
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Registered: ‎15-12-2018

signal

The plusnet router is downstairs an myoffice is upstairs where the signal is rubbish. I have a second plusnet router. Can I connect the two together using a lan cable an then connect to the second one by ethnet to my computor Will the second one help to extend the wifi?

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Strat
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Re: signal

Moderator's note by Dick (Strat): Topic moved from Broadband to My Router.

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Gandalf
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Re: signal

Hi there.

I think what you're wanting to do is called bridging, which I don't believe is supported on the Hub One. I'm sure other people from the Community may be able to advise further and provide a more definitive answer.

Regarding the wireless signal have you tried the steps here which may improve the range?

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