How to link two wireless network

By anmoideen
Sep 20, 2008
  1. I have wireless BT home hub with Voip which is connected to internet and placed on the ground floor. I have a lap top with windows vista which i connect to the network through wifi. I have a network printer brother mfc 7820n which is the study on first floor which i have connected to belkin f5d7632-4 wireless router so that i print wireless. so now i have two network in my house which i can connect wireless 1. BT for internet and belkin for printing. So each time i need to print i have to change network. Is there any way i can merge these two networks via wireless so that i can connect to one network for internet and printing.

    P.S. Do not want to buy another hardware if possible.
  2. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 8,945   +584

    can you run a cable between the two WiFi routers? You could then coalesce the two into one network
  3. anmoideen

    anmoideen TS Rookie Topic Starter

    i do not want to connect using cables as are they way apart and would look unattractive. Belkin f5d7632uk4 also acts as a access point. it has routed or bridged. i just do not know how to set it up.
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