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Old September 9, 2011, 01:57 PM
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You could do that with a single router on DD-WRT...

Just make a virtual WLAN interface, assign it a different IP, enable DHCP and make a 2nd DHCP pool, and then change the "Network Configuration" to "Unbridged". It would effectively be the same as plugging in a secondary router/AP.

I suppose you could also setup VLANs to allow the printer to work on both as well.
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