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I have a computer connected to two different routers.

One is connected through LAN cable and the other is through wireless. LAN cable IPs are 192.168.0.x while wireless IPs are 192.168.1.x. The problem is: The LAN cable is connected to Internet, and when both networks are connected, Internet connection becomes very slow.

If I disable the wireless, Internet is working fine.

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I would rather try to keep my computer / laptop to one network at a time. The fact that it has to deal with 2 networks simultaneously is the reason why your internet performance is altered. Why not bridge the two routers? Or do you have the 2 networks ranges configured for a specific reason? – Rudolph Sep 5 '13 at 8:41
Why do you want to be connected to both networks at once? – Ramhound Sep 5 '13 at 11:46

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