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DannyS1982
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Using 2 superhubs

I have connected 2 superhubs via ethernet cable. I have turned off DCHP in superhub 2.

Is this all i need to do to be able to use both as wireless connections?

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Re: Using 2 superhubs

Good luck with that. The other SH will continually try connect to the WAN. It has been done, and a long search through the forum will eventually tell you how, but it's not a good idea.

So what actually happens?

Seph - ( DEFROCKED - My advice is at your risk)

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Re: Using 2 superhubs

Ok. So what is best set up to have 2 separate wireless connections?
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Re: Using 2 superhubs

A second standalone router. Costs dosh.

You can either turn DHCP off in the SH and let the external router provide DHCP to both devices or you can turn DHCP off in the router (i.e. have i t in bridge mode to the SH) and you'll have two lots of wireless and 7 Ethernet ports. The two devices would be LAN to LAN and it would be best to set the non DHCP device to have a static IP address towards the DHCP device.

Seph - ( DEFROCKED - My advice is at your risk)

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