How to Connect Two WiFi Routers Without Cable

Are you struggling with poor WiFi signal in a particular area of your home? Do you need to extend the range of your WiFi network? If so, you may want to consider connecting two WiFi routers wirelessly to increase the WiFi range.

In this article, we will guide you through the steps of connecting two TP-Link routers wirelessly to increase WiFi range. Before we begin, it is important to note that you should disable the DHCP address in the second router, as DHCP addresses will be given by the main root router.

Firstly, set up the repeater router by logging in to the router to set up the WiFi. You can find all the login information on the router itself. Turn on the router and connect to the WiFi network SSID. Then, find the gateway IP address and type it in your browser to access the login page. After logging in, disable the DHCP address and head over to Wireless and in WiFi Settings enable the WDS called as wireless distribution system. Scroll down and you will be asked to enter the SSID and BSSID of the router to be bridged. If you don’t know, click on survey. The page will show you all the nearby WiFi network SSID names. Connect to the WiFi network you want to bridge or extend.

Type the password of the root WiFi network and select the same channel number of the root WiFi. You can change the WiFi SSID name and save the settings that we have configured. Then reboot the router. If you change the SSID then you will be disconnected from the network. Finally, place the repeater router at the place from where you want to increase the WiFi signal.

By following these steps, you can extend the range of your WiFi network without the hassle of cables. You can now access the WiFi from your room with full range. If you found this article helpful, share it with your friends.