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 2 routers on the same network?

Answer Not sure I fully understand your question, but here's a few suggestions. (By the way, there's absolutely nothing wrong with running 2 routers if you configure them correctly).Firstly, you cannot h... Read More »
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How do i set up two/three routers on one network?

You can have multiple routers, I have 3 or 4, some in series, some parallel to others. The key with multiple routers is that if using the WAN/Internet port, each router MUST be in a different subne... Read More »
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Can I use two routers on the same WiFi package?

yes you can do this. firstly you need to make sure you hard wire the routers using cat5 cable. a homeplug system would work aswell if you dont want the hassle of running a cable.things to note: 1. ... Read More »
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Why replies from different routers in same ping command?

Each ICMP echo request is taking a different path to the destination.
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How to make a network/domain or a thing where more than 1 computer use the same network?

That's basically the commonest setup there is..You need a router that has a NAT (Network Address Translation) firewall and DHCP server.With a typical home broadband box, you have those facilities a... Read More »
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