Are not just routers but these all in one devices with modem and such.
I'm going to write there is no supported method to do what you ask with 2 TG589vac units.
Here's a video about using a Ubiquity access point to show us how we really fix such issues.
The hardware is pretty cheap here in the USA.
I have a quick question about my routers which are both Technicolor routers and both supplied by SSE. I currently have 80Mbps fibre and it's great when it works.
Was wondering if anyone knew how to connect a second router to my main router for extra Wi-Fi range. I have some knowledge of how these things work, but this has puzzled me.
Main router which is in the living room is a Technicolor TG589vac v2 and the second router is a TG589vac (maybe a version below my main router) which I wanted to use as a repeater/extender/booster in the home.
I've logged into main router to check if I can do it but there's just way too many options for me to try and understand. I'd appreciate help from anyone who could guide me in the right direction.
Thanks for taking the time to check out my question.