On 11/04/2015 09:10 AM, Bowie Bailey wrote: > If all of the routers are providing access to the same network, you > can set up the same SSID, wifi password, and security type for all the > routers and the clients should seamlessly switch between them as they > move around. As a point of clarification: The setup that you're describing isn't multiple WiFi routers, it's multiple WiFi Access Points. I think that's generally the best way to deploy wireless networks, but the distinction is important. Access Points, as opposed to routers, are merely bridges to a standard Ethernet LAN. They don't run DHCP, or provide NAT, or route packets at all. Most WiFi routers can be configured this way by a) giving each a unique LAN address b) disabling the WAN port c) disabling DHCP d) connecting Ethernet to one of the LAN switch ports and nothing to the WAN port and e) configuring the same ESSID and security for WiFi.