Connecting routers one after one to expand network


Only one router cannot cover the whole Ethernet coverage in the Local body’s buildings. So we have to connect multiple router one after another to provide the Ethernet coverage in each and every corner of the buildings.

We can connect the multiple router in the following way.




Demonstration with screenshot

1.Log in to the main router. 
  • Set the Gateway as 192.168.0.1

2.Connect the second router to any lan port of the main router.
  • Then set the LAN  IP Address of second router as 192.168.1.1 





·     Save each frame after completing the action.

  Then set the Gateway of the second router  as 192.168.1.1.



·   Save each frame after completing the action.

3 3. Repeat each step for the subsequent routers.


This article/tutorial is written by Tara Prasad Bhattarai, ICTV Tansen_Municipality. For feedback, please comment on the article below.
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