Connecting LAN cables to router ports

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I have my D-Link router in the roof and 2 repeaters, one in main bedroom and one in lapa - the repeaters are working but the signal is poor because of long distances and walls.To get around this I attached 2 CAT6 LAN cables to 2 of the available 4 ports on the router, one into main bedroom and the other into lapa and attached the 2 TP link repeaters to the cables. The moment I connect the cables I lose internet connection on the router, when I disconnect the cables the router connects again to the internet. Is there some configuration required to on the router to enable the LAN cables?
asked Jun 26, 2020 in Devices by reneboyer (120 points)

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Good day, 

I trust you are well, 

The Lan ports on the Router will auto-accept any active network connection unless configured otherwise.

You might need to add a network switch to manage and route your network or consult a Network Technician.

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answered Jul 2, 2020 by Nino (29,810 points)