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    Running 2 wifi connections & appTV
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    Running 2 wifi connections & appTV
    I have Apple TV running off a wireless modem - I also have a wireless mobile ISP from a different carrier.

    Wondering if its possible to keep appletv connected through the modem yet still surf the web with the other wifi signal?

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    Running 2 wifi connections & appTV
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    No it's not.

    There's no way to do it and even if you could there's no way you could determine which traffic you wanted to to route to each connection
    External hard disk acquisition addict - but admitting the problem is the first step to a robust backup

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