When you have multiple devices and people within the home looking to access the Internet at the same time, each one of them will be consuming part of the bandwidth you have available. So, can you allocate bandwidth?
Look on the back of your router and you’ll probably see a USB port. A router will typically connect to a modem over Ethernet to provide it with a connection to the Internet, so what is the USB port for?
If you have a large home or even just a large home network with lots of devices, adding a second router can not only better coverage both wired and wirelessly, but also improve overall performance.
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