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yes it will work!
Once you buy your new router, connect it with a ethernet cable to a computer. Make sure to plug it into one of the number plugs on the router, not the internet one.
Then on the computer, go into firefox and type in your new router's ip address to go into router setup. you can find this in the directions that came with the router or if you double click the icon in the taskbar for the connection to the router and click details, the default gateway is what you put into your browser.
It will ask you for a username and password, ususally by default the username is admin and there is no password, sometimes its the other way around or sometimes the username is admin and the password is password, but those are the only default combos I've seen.
Once in the router setup, turn off dhcp.
Then give the router an ip address in the range of your wireless router that hosts your connection. By that I mean if your original router that is too far away has an ip of 192.168.1.1 and your computer is 192.168.1.100, then in the second router's setup name it 192.168.1.101 or something that starts with the same first three numbers but isnt the same as something your alraedy using.
After that, save changes and the router reboots.
Then AFTER it has rebooted, unplug the ethernet and place it closer to the ps3, it should work.
Let me know if those directions aren't coherent enough or need to otherwise be explained.
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