I have a question for you as I have tried to do this by my own but to no avail. At the moment, I have Internet connection connected to a desktop PC and that connection is also connected to a wireless router (Prolink).
I have a notebook that is connected to this wireless connection via the Prolink router. The problem is that I do not get 100% signal strength from this connection thus making my download/surfing times much slower than normal because of the weaker signal strength. I have a second router *Asus RTG-32 i think, pretty sure its capable of repeating/act as an wireless access point*.
So now i would like to use my 2nd router (Asus) to connect to my Prolink wifi, and therefore my notebook can connect to the wifi from my 2nd router so i can get better signal strength.
Please advise on how I can do that because i am not able to understand how to connect router 2 to router 1. I do know the basics of networking and I am able to connect to both router on the seperate IPs.