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Connecting an access point a router....but wirelessly. Is that possible?

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hi guys,

In our home, we have a wireless router which gives us all access to the internet etc. However, we would like that  extended, so that another spare router can be turned into an access point. But, the issue I have is that I can't connect both routers to one another with wires. Is there a way that the slave router can talk to the main router but wirelessly? Any guides around?

Thanks a lot
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