Help RE:Bridge Home Hub 3000
I currently have Bell HH3000 and until last week I was running my WiFi from that router with the bell pods. I purchased a TP-Link Deco M5 and it has resolved my WiFi issue, getting a better single all over the place. My only issue now is that my brother printer is connected via WiFi and I haven't been able to print anything on it.
When I try to do a fresh install of the drivers onto my computer, it show that no device is connected, even when I try to enter the IP address of the printer it doesn't work. I was told by TP-Link customer support that I have to put my HH3000 router into bridge mode in order for the printer to work. My only concern is that everything in my house is WiFi expect my main PC and gaming console which is direct connected to my HH3000.
If I put the HH3000 into bridge mode would it affect the speed that my PC/gaming console get ? If not, can anyone please let me know how I can put my HH3000 into bridge mode ?
Also please note that I have Bell TV and Bell Home Phone. I don't care about the bell TV as no one watches it but the home phone must work.
Thanks in advance!