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The simplest way is to get rid of one of the cable modems and use the extreme and expresses it was servicing to extend the network you have from the other cable modem and network. In doing so you could get rid of the subscription to the second cable supplier.

In order to roam across wireless hotspots you need the same SSID throughout the network. You also need to be able to maintain the same IP address (to maintain a continuous connection). This means having one router acting as the DHCP server. There are ways to configure two or more routers as dhcp servers but that wouldn't really serve your roaming requirement.

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