That sounds fine.
Get an HG612:
- unlock it, (dead easy so no point in paying more for one that's already done);
- keep it in bridge mode, (it is actually a two port VDSL2 router);
- make sure it is on the same subnet as your Cisco, and connect its LAN 2 to a Cisco LAN port or perhaps to one on the switch. That makes accessing its GUI and also using telnet from any machine on the network a doddle;
- disable DHCP on the Home Hub if that's possible, otherwise you have a problem,
and there's your extension WAP.
- if DHCP cannot be disabled on it, consider a cheapish WAP instead.
Strikeouts due to BatBoy's post.
The indispensable man or woman passes from the scene, and what happens next is more or less the same thing as was happening before.
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Edited by RobertoS (Sat 05-Sep-15 22:34:42)