Try connecting your secondary network router to your primary cable modem that has wifi enabled. However; you need to buy your own router. You can connect a 3rd party wiress router to your modem with an eithernet cable.
Here's how I set up my guest wireless network:
First, I reset my Linksys router what I've currently own. I logged into my router and configure my wifi router to create a wifi name and password. For this instance; examplename_guests. I usuallyset my guest wifi with a password for public use. I use WPA2/PSK to secure a guest wifi network.
Next, I test the guest network to confirm is an internet signal is present. Once the internet is accessed, the guest network is ready to use.
Things you'll need:
- Your own wifi router to be configured for guests
- A primary cable mobem to connect your wireless router to
- An eithernet cable
- Your computer connected to a roughter being configured for setting up a guest wifi.
If you have wireless routers cascaded around your home, and you configured each router to have a same name and password; you might need to add a dedicated router for guests, rather than a standard internal guest wifi setup with each router. If you have a spare eithernet port on your modem; use it. Even setting up a guest wifi for non-subscribers always help.