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My Technicolor Modem has a built-in router, but it sends out a weak signal. Can I connect an external router in-line between the existing modem/router and my computer? If so, how?

I have a Steren COM-860 router that is much more powerful. If I connect it, must I do anything in addition to just plugging it in?

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Just plug it in and use its wifi signal instead the old router.

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Highly recommend you turn off the radio in your Technicolor modem. The two being so close could bleed over into each other causing disruptions of service (especially slowdowns).

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