Connecting second router to make Disney Circle to work

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We are trying to make Disney Circle device to work at our home. We already have Telus fiber router actiontec T3200M which is incompatible with Circle. I heard possible solution would be to connect second compatible router. I am wondering if I get the cheapest compatible router and connect it to mine, will it affect the quality of my home Wi-Fi? Thank you so much in advance!


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Actiontec router T3200M, Disney Circle
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  • ToddN2000
    What kind of error messages are you getting if any? Never heard of the device but just read this article on PCMAG and it seems pretty straight forward.
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  • VanAlla
    Hi there, here is more info about compatible and not compatible routers (no solution provided by the company): https://support.meetcircle.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001381571-Is-My-Router-Compatible-with-Circle-
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  • ToddN2000
    Unfortunately I think your only option would be to replace your existing router with one of those on the supported list. Some are better than others. Was you current router provided by you ISP or did you purchase it for a feature that some others did not offer?
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  • VanAlla
    We have Telus fiber and the router was provided and installed by them. I believe it’s a very good router and to replace it with something as good would cost us few hundred dollars. I am hoping there is a reasonable work around for our scenario:) thank you!
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  • ToddN2000
    I wish I could help more but still don't have fiber available in my area to delve into and test. I hope you have some luck finding a solution. IF I run across anything I'll reply back.
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