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Two wireless routers were purchased at the same time. The SSID is the same for both: NETGEAR49. The passwords are different. One router was installed in location A. The other router was installed in location B, 65 miles away. Set up went swimmingly. Problem: I cannot access the Internet at location B with the devices that use the location A router. How to I get around the SSIDs being the same on each router so I can use the wifi at both locations?

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The simplest solution is to change your network's ssid to some unique name that will not likely be replicated somewhere else. You can keep your password.

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