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Hello,

I am not very good with computer knowledge but I'll try to explain this as better as possible.

So, I have my Cisco EPC3925 connected through ethernet cable directly to my computer and the internet on the computer works fine. Then there is one more ethernet cable going from my Cisco straight to my other router (TP Link) which is meant to transmit wireless signals.

This setup worked just fine until 3 days ago when the TP Link stoppep working. Well, not entirely, I can see and connect to it but i cant browse the web since the internet is not working.

I tried restarting both routers and reseting the TP Link, Is there anything else I could try?


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Why do you have two wifi routers? When I look-up the Cisco EPC3925 it says it's a wifi router?

https://setuprouter.com/router/cisco/epc3925/login.htm

When you have two routers you have to delete the DHCP function on the second one.

https://superuser.com/questions/641036/can-i-chain-two-routers-together-keeping-dhcp-on-both
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Yes, the Cisco model has wifi but it doesn't cover all of the house so I have a second one positioned in one of the rooms to make that room have wifi too.

As for the DHCP, I have no idea how to delete one and would need (preferably) a simple guide.

Thank you for the reply!
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