+ 0 Votes What you need are two Access Points, not two WLAN routers robo_dev September 16, 2013 at 8:59am PST A WLAN router is an AP plus a full NAT router in one. (layer 2 and layer 3 device) An AP is a mac-layer bridge, a pure layer 2 device, so the network can be one subnet. To make a WLAN router work as an AP you plug the LAN port of the WLAN router in your LAN, set a static IP in each device, and disable DHCP in each WLAN router. Then these will function as APs. You do not want to have multiple subnets, as this will break things (like printing or file sharing), and the latency of putting a router behind a router is not good. I assume your ADSL modem is a router that supplies DHCP and acts as a NAT firewall as well? + 1 Votes Still Unclear on my original issue didgeye September 19, 2013 at 9:42pm PST I have standard issue Telsta Bigpond ADSL2 Modem,1x Tenda G_1008_D 8 port Gigabit Ethernet Switch,1x Tenda W308R 300Mbps Wireless N Router with 4 LAN & 1 WAN,1x Belkin Surf F7D2301 Wireless N Router with 4 LAN & 1 WAN.Should Bigpond External IP Address be DHCP controlled at the modem, then static IP addresses for all devices after it ???