Cascading Two Netgear Routers

Detailed instructions how to slave one Netgear router to another. This is similar to adding a “switch” behind the first router, but now you also have a second wireless access point. See: cascadedRouterWebInfo_v3.

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4 Responses to “Cascading Two Netgear Routers”

  1. smileydotcom Says:

    Thank you so so so so so so so much for this! I tried to follow a few other guides but none as clearly detailed as yours! My house now has a sweet network! 😀

  2. M Says:

    Thank you soooooo much! Tried several other tutorials, all which left me stuck with questions but yours was detailed and simple! Especially for someone like me, who has almost no tech savvy 🙂


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