we have a log home: 12" thick concrete foundation and very solid walls.
a cable modem that connects via standard video cable in the ‘basement’ office (next to the studio) under the kitchen
Synology RT2600 router: I wanted to use to boost wifi (upstairs living areas, loft (has ethernet, center of house, over top of kitchen, overlooks great room), bedroom (1 wall separates kitchen & br but we don’t get great signal), front porch)
Apple airport to use for time capsule backup, as well as several airport express routers, and 2 apple tv’s (1 in studio downstairs and 1 in great room)
I can put the synology (via ethernet) & airport in the Loft which overlooks the great room and is central to the upstairs… plug the airport into the synology?
What are the best settings/cables… to get all this mess to talk to each other? I have the model on 1 ‘network’ and the synology plugged into the loft ethernet on a wifi network - seems to be working pretty fast