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I have a Wi-fi 6 ASUS rouse just now and it works perfect but my only issue is I get 1 or 2 bars Wi-Fi at the bottom of my garden where we’ve made a new seating area. Went it connects, it’s fast but the signal keeps dropping.
Could I plug my smart hub into one of my ASUS router’s ethernet ports and then have the Wi-Fi discs connected to the smart hub to extend the signal further?
I want to use my ASUS as he main router as I notice better wired performance using this too
You can certainly use the hub as a WAP, but not sure about the discs. To use the hub as a WAP, just give it an IP address outside of the DHCP range of the Asus and turn off DHCP. Connect the two together LAN port to LAN port.