+ 0 Votes If both routers w2ktechman 6 years ago are physically connected to the wired network (or connected through a wifi bridge link), and are on different channels, and have the same SSID, and support roaming, and have overlapping coverage (I think between 20-40% overlap), then it should be working fine. If the second router is not connected to the domain, then you will not recieve Internet or Intranet. If you plug in a LAN cable, does it reach the Internet? + 0 Votes Check IP addressing!! tintoman 6 years ago Might be that you have both routers configured as DHCP servers, if so disable DHCP on the second router and watch the data flow. If your router has the option to be configured as an access point only then you should choose that option + 0 Votes hmmmm inachu 6 years ago instead of buying that second router you should have bought an extender.