We have a NETGEAR WNDAP350 wireless access point in our network. It works well, but even with external antennas it does not cover the whole area we need. We have a room where the signal from the access point is poor.
I was thinking about buying a second one. I would like to know if there is anything special I need to consider when I have two wireless access points in the same subnet (I do not think it is important, but please note that the DHCP server on the NETGEAR is disabled, we have a central DHCP server.).
I think I just set the same SSID and wireless network parameters and that's it. The connecting device (e.g. notebook or mobile phone) automatically selects the access point with better signal strength, right?
Or is there anything special I need to consider? E.g. anything specific regarding the NETGEAR WNDAP350 I need to consider?