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    Default Connecting one computer to 2 routers

    Hi
    im wondering if it is possible to connect my computer to 2 separate routers. one router is sitting at my desk with a ethernet cable plugged in and the other one is about 10 metres away broadcasting a wireless connection.
    if i were able to connect them to my computer would it make my machines internet faster or not much at all.
    p.s dont ask why i have 2 routers in my house

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    WELCOME TO PUREOC .



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    Default Re: Connecting one computer to 2 routers

    Welcome Octane to Pure Overclock
    So let me get this straight what your asking is with both routers connected to the same computer make your internet connection any faster right?

    If thats correct the answer is no! your provider supplies the speed your paying for now if you're not getting the speed your paying for
    you can always contact them and complain.

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    Default Re: Connecting one computer to 2 routers

    Also you system will "grab" the most stable, connection and run with it, it might switch from each of them from time to time, but it won't increase the speed, as Vinman said.

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