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Hi,

I will be getting a time capsule in the next few months. We already have a router in another room in the house. We plan on keeping that router. Will there be a wifi problem if both the time capsule and the other router are running at the same time?

If you need info on the router that we currently have, just ask.

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No, I run two wi-fi networks. One as a combo g/n on my D-Link and another n only on my TC. Just make sure they're using separate channels.

Have 100' line run between the two of them and they're at opposite ends of the house.

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