Can i use two routers one as an access point Tags: Connectivity Wireless Routers Connection Wireless Networking Last response: December 9, 2010 1:41 PM in Wireless Networking Share Anonymous a b F Wireless December 9, 2010 11:59:07 AM Hello, I need to use wireless connection for the access point in order to utilize my bt master socket More about : routers access point Anonymous a b F Wireless December 9, 2010 1:41:11 PM On the face of it the answer is yes. But to give a more intelligent response would need more info than you have supplied. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to configure two routers Linksys(one as access) point via wireless Forum SolvedThree Router Setup- one main & two Access points Forum How-To: Cascade your router (Use two access points) Forum How to make two routers as one acces point Forum SolvedUse two wireless routers on one network Forum SolvedHow can I use my old router as an access point for my new router? Forum Small Office network with two routers, being one of free internet access. Forum Two Wireless Access Points with Two Routers Forum How can I use my W8 pc as also a wireless router/access point? Forum two seperated networks one access point possible? Forum Can I use two routers in one house if one router gets turned off later? Forum Can two wifi routers be used on one network to isolate the network and provide security to to router I use at home. Forum Can i set up and use an extra wireless router as a access point without connecti Forum Two routers, one connection but only using one router at any time? Forum Recommend me an Access Point (or router to use as an AP) Forum Solved2nd Wireless router as access point w/no physical connection between routers? Forum Can I use two routers on one network Forum I want to use an old router as an access point but... Forum using a netgear WNDR3400v3 router as access point Forum Use a linksys router as an wireless access point Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !