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daryl20
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Daisey Chain routers

I chose the Dual Band in drop down menu because it would not let me go on with question without something there.

 

I am wanting to Daisey Chain 3 router for home use. The  main one to be used in home for labtops and streaming tv, ethernet cable connecting to 1 in garage and ethernet cable connecting last one in work shop. Total distance for the entire run is maybe100 ft. Have been using apple extream old version and it cannot carry the speed i have now. Speed down in 500 speed up is 250.  I will be using wifi in all 3, plus in workshop, 1 wired desk top. 

Thank you for any recommendations.

 

 
Model: Dual Band
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plemans
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Re: Daisey Chain routers

Are you wanting them all to use the same ssid?

If so, I'd go with netgear orbi. It allows a wired or wireless backhaul

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daryl20
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Re: Daisey Chain routers

Does not matter about the same ssid. what i am needing are ports to connect, printer and a few other peripherals. I will be using hard wired computer at the end which is workshop.

 

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antinode
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Re: Daisey Chain routers

> I am wanting to Daisey Chain 3 router for home use. [...]

 

   What makes you think that you want more than one router?

 

> [...] The main one to be used in home for labtops and streaming tv,
> ethernet cable connecting to 1 in garage and ethernet cable connecting
> last one in work shop. [...]

 

   Some of the non-psychics in your audience might not be able to deduce
the physical layout from that description.

 

> [...] I will be using wifi in all 3, plus in workshop, 1 wired desk
> top.

 

   So, you'd seem to need one router, and (up to) two wireless access
points.

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