Team Manager - Networking , Moderator - Micros
Yeah, the problem is, you don't connect 2 routers together. I have no idea why home users keep doing this.I suspect a conflict between the two, any suggestion please?
You use ONE router on your network. If you want to create an additional access point hard-wired to your router, use a switch, a wireless access point, or convert your 2nd router to a proper access point by disabling DHCP. And the wifi SSID should always be different than your primary wifi.