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Currently my network is configured as
Fios Cable runs into my basement and splits to first floor Verizon Fios Router with network functions turned off. and DVR in Basement
PS4 is Hardwired to Fios Router. static Ip and ports open
Airport Extreme hard wired to Fios Router
Mac Mini Hard wired to Airport extreme. static IP
The Airport Extreme is creating a Wireless network used by multiple mobile devices for main, second and third floor.
Airport Express set to bridge mode in my basement to extend network to
- Apple TV hard wired to Airport Express
I want to move my PS4 to my basement but connection is not stable enough for gaming so I want to reconfigure and need advise how to make the set up work.
Fios cable runs into the basement and directly to Verizon router and dvr
Playstation hardwired to verizon router
Verizon router Network function stay on.
Airport Extreme extends verizon network on first floor.
Mac Mini, Apple TV Printer and various phones and devices opperate on wireless network
Airport Express Extends verizon network to third floor.
thanks for any advise
Hi there, how many Verizon routers do you have?
Is there a Verizon router currently, in the basement?
If so, I would recommend hard-wiring your PS4 to the router in the basement, or moving your router to the basement, so you are able to hardwire the connection. Hope this helps.