2 Level Condo with Concrete: WiFi Signal Drop v/s Smooth Handoff Handover: So we have a 2 level condo made of heavy concrete. I have a Wireless Router (currently NetGear to be replaced) near the centre of the Bottom Level where all Wired Connections come from various places in the Condo. Obviously the signal drops and becomes weak at the Top Level. So I am thinking of adding another access point / router at the centre of top Level to ensure Strong signals there. I am trying to figure out how to ensure smooth handoff / handover between multiple WAPs / Router as if it were ONE single Wireless Network. I understand that WDS is used for Hardwire > Wireless > Wireless. Is there any way that I can have a UNIFIED "Single Name" Wireless Network that hands off the Wireless from a laptop or any such portable device to the STRONGER signal between the two Wireless Access points - WHERE each of them have their HARDWIRE pipes back to the center of the network. I am guessing the IP address assigned to the mobile device remains same and both the Wireless Access Points use a common underlying Wired Network + DHCP etc. What Router + Firmware + WAP Device + Networking Device combinations could help make this happen?