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Can you have 2 Wireless connections in the one house both connected to Virgin media.


buteman
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Since my Daughter got the Superhub from Virginmedia her Wireless connection has not been that great.[Still waiting for them to lay a new cable to her house.]

Just wondered if we could connect her old Netgear router to the cable downstairs and use both routers.

I can't see why it should not work but thought that I would ask before I try.

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The Kestrel

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buteman, the homeplugs do not use a usb socket, they connect at both ends via the ethernet socket and use ethernet cables.

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buteman

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The Kestrel

Ok thanks for putting me right.

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