I have 3 WiFi routers. I want them to all work together to make one network all throughout the house.
Router A: Actiontec PK5000 (DSL modem/router combo)
Router B & C: TP-Link TL-WR841N
Ethernet switch: Netgear FS105
Router A is connected directly to the internet because it's also a modem. One Ethernet cable goes from Router A to an Ethernet switch. From the switch, one Ethernet cable goes to Router B, and another goes to Router C.
Currently, I have them all set up with different SSIDs. I'd like them all to be one network with three different access points (I think that's the term?).
[Router A]-----------------[ethernet switch] | | [Router B] [Router C]
None of the WiFi networks have passwords because this is a really rural area and there is simply no need.
I want all 3 WiFi networks to work together to create one WiFi network with one SSID. If possible, I also want a printer connected to Router A to be able to be used by a device connected to any other routers.
I think that there's something about turning off DHCP on Router B and C and then... I'm not sure what exactly.
Also, the router control panel IPs are set to: Router A: 192.168.0.1, Router B and C: 192.168.1.1
Any guidance would be appreciated, thanks.