How can i connect one router to another?
There is a complete network setup in my office with high internet services. I just bought a new machine that i want to add to the network but don't have any ports on a current router. How should i connect a new router to the existing one to create more ports? My colleague has suggested me
http://www.tictacdo.com/ttd/Connect-One … -a-Network
I read out all the points given there but didn't understand the points much. Could you help me to get that points?
Well, this is a article that step by step to teach you how to connect one router to another. You can check here:
http://www.wikihow.com/Connect-One-Rout … -a-Network
Connecting networks can be very complicated, the smallest setting can determine whether you can connect or not. Hiring a professional might be more effective in some cases. The easiest way to add more computers to the network is to go out and buy a router with enough ports to fill your needs. B970b is a good router for office using, it supports equipment without limit. You can find this B970b router from this site:
Hope this helps!
No, no, no.
You do NOT need another router unless you are talking about hundreds of users or deliberately want to separate one group from another.
You need a switch. Run one wire from the router to the switch and then plug in all your new users.
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