I just purchased a new Asus router to replace my nearly 10y/o D-link wireless router. Over the years I have accumulated all sorts of devices that are connected, Smart, Tv's DirecTV NVR, Printer, Home security IP camera, & NVR, Wireless bridge to connect non WIFI DVD, & DVR to internet, Ubiquiti extender into the backyard the list goes on... I have Comcast with 75/10 sevice and I think I have overloaded the old single band/channel router. When I do speed test on tablets or even my smart TV they are all over the place, streaming movies always fizzle out about half way into them but wired desktop is pretty steady. The thing is though they are all connected and while countless hours were spent doing so on some things with port fowarding IP conflicts, firewall, you name it I am trying to figure out how best to move to the new router the smoothest. I already know the new router will most likely be 192.168.1.1, while my current one is 192.168.0.1. I am overwhelmed with the thought of how to make this transaction smoothly as I just don't have the time like I used to to sit there for countless hours trying to get my printer to work or view my cameras while on the road. I was hoping somebody on here has done the same or maybe there is a How TO video on this. Either way and suggestions or help is greatly appreciated.