If you are in average home, you can see not only your own WiFi, but that of your neighbours also. This is exactly the same.
Things to consider:
1. Use different channels in the same frequency band (2.4 or 5 Ghz) or different bands to minimize interference.
2. You'll have to choose between having 2 Internet-connections (like you and your neighbour) or connecting both WiFi-networks to the same Internet-connection. Seen from the congestion point-of-view the first is preferable (not WiFi congestion, but connection congestion).
I would like to see if anyone can provide some insight for me regarding a wireless network set up....
I want to have two separate wireless networks available in a lounge/clubhouse. There is an existing wi-fi network at the moment that club members are given the password to and there can be up to 10-20 devices connected to it at one time. I want another wireless router and network, separate from the existing one that can be used in a business lounge section of the clubhouse. The reason for this is so that the bandwidth wont be affected by the congestion from the main router that is being used by so many others.
Can someone tell me if this is even the right option for my situation or is there another route I should be taking?
Thanks in advance for the support