Two internet access point on one BT line?

  compumac 19:09 05 Apr 2007

I currently have a BT Voyager 240 ADSL Broadband router (wired) serving three PC’s all in the same room. I have another PC which has to be brought into the room and be connected to the Router in order to access the internet. Whereas I know that one could go to a wireless setup I do not wish to go down that line at this time. My question is – can you have two internet access point units in two separate rooms using one telephone line?

  martjc 19:23 05 Apr 2007

...Know for certain it cannot be done with cable services.

  compumac 19:29 05 Apr 2007

I should have stated that they would all connect to the same provider.

  Forum Editor 19:41 05 Apr 2007

is 'No'.

You'll either have to wire the other room back to the router, or use a wireless router - you could still connect the first room's three machines to it by cable.

  compumac 20:01 05 Apr 2007

Thanks for that

  compumac 20:01 05 Apr 2007

Thanks for that

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