connecting more than one router in a house

June 2, 2009 at 15:57:25
Specs: Linux i686
Hi, the problem I have is that I've recently moved into a 3 story house that already has a bt internet hub downstairs, as I'm up on the 3rd story my linux laptop can see the wireless connection but cannot connect to the hub even with the correct wep key. Also as my windows machine does not have a wireless card and two flights of stairs is a bit of a ridiculous distance to try and run cables. There is an active phone socket in my room which is connected to the same line that the broadband runs off and I was just wondering if there is a way for me to set my router up from this socket so that I can hopefully get all of my machines up and running without interfering with the home hub (as my house mate would be none too pleased)

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June 2, 2009 at 16:20:49
This would presume, that the ISP allows multiple authentications for the internet connection.

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June 2, 2009 at 16:22:11
This would presume, that the ISP allows multiple authentications for the internet connection.
If it's a DSL connection, phone and DSL signal are separated by a splitter, so that there is no DSL signal at the phone jack.

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