Re: 2 routers on a network?
For most purposes, daisy chaining a switch to the router is adequate and much simpler. But you need that wireless conenction because you don't want to use a line routed all the way into your room? I couldn't quite make out what you're trying to say.
When you connect router to router, I think you'll need a crossover cable between the two.
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