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Add a second access point to the Technicolor Media Access TC8717T modem for use with Oculus Quest?
Is it possible to add a second access point, (such as the NETGEAR AC1000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi 5 Router), to the Technicolor Media Access TC8717T modem and gain internes access through that second AP? The desired goal is to use that second AP only to connect a single Oculus Quest VR headset with the internet and have no other devices present upon that Wi-Fi connection.
I have an ongoing "connection lost" issue with both my Oculus Quest VR headset and my laptop when connecting to the Rec Room server through the built in Technicolor TC8717T Wi-Fi service, the issue NEVER occurs when the laptop is connect directly to the CAT5 jack of the Technicolor TC8717T. Would I be able to connect a NETGEAR AC1000_(R6080), (see https://www.netgear.com/home/wifi/routers/r6080), to the CAT5 jack on the Media Access TC8717T modem and then through that connection pair my Oculus Quest to the NETGEAR AC1000 to access the internet through the Technicolor TC8717T CAT5 jack?
Or is this configuration not possible with the Technicolor Media Access TC8717T modem?
any insight would be greatly appreciated.