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Old February 8, 2010, 09:27 AM
BloodyIron BloodyIron is offline
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If you set them up like that you will need to turn off the DHCP server on the second one. Most routers can do this, but you should set a static IP to it in your range so you can remotely access it, or you'll pretty quickly lose access to it.

For a simpler setup just expanding the network with a basic switch without routing would be an easier option, but both would work if done properly.
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