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    use two routers

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    my bbb8320 is not compatible with my Belkin F4D9230-4. I also have a linksys g router Tmob sent for free. I like the belkin and want to continue to use it for my MacBook. I have heard it is possible to use both routers, using the linksys for the BB and Belkin for the mac. Anyone tried this or knows how to hook them up? Thanks for any help
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    You can connect them to each other. You connect one of the ports from the router connected to your internet to the internet port of the other router. The router hooked up directly to the internet will assign an IP address to the other one.

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    I use multiple routers in my home with my 8320 (although they are both compatible and I use it for extended coverage). 2 suggestions...Make sure that they are not on the same channel...this will cause conflicts, and you might consider assigning the second one as an access point...thats what I did and I have no issues including smooth hand offs.
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