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Why your Wi-Fi is slow

Why your Wi-Fi is slow

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Message 32 of 34

You can do that fairly easily.

You can disable wifi on the Verizon router.

Connect your personal router from an ethernet port on the FIOS rotuer to a Lan connection on your router.

Set up your router to no do DHCP.
Set up wireless how you like on your router.

This turns your rotuer into a wireless bridge.

Should work just fine.

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Contributor RickCox
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Registered: ‎03-06-2015
Message 33 of 34

i am new what are old routers vs new router models


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