I am after some technical help with my home network. I'll try and keep it short.
At the moment I have a standard home network, a DSL router which dishes out wireless to laptops, phones, tablets etc.
I also have a mini Cisco network as I'm starting to learn a bit more about them. What I want to do is connect these devices into my network and have Internet access, however the problem being that all this equipment is up stairs with my router being downstairs (I want to keep it that way).
To connect this equipment up, would it be best to buy a second wireless router and use it to connect wirelessly to the existing router? (Netgear DG834PN). I presume I would need to use it in bridging mode. I could then plug my Cisco equipment into the new router and therefore it would have Internet connectivity?
Hope that makes sense and any help or guidance would be appreciated.