One more question....
Forgive my ignorance but, this is my first experience with wireless.
Since the wireless is an access point and it does not have a password, is this a problem?
Is it anything to be concerned about ?
Always a good idea to have a password for wireless.
Since the primary access point does not have wireless feature/password,
You can try and set up a password on the secondary access point and test.
Experts say the best security for wireless is a long password. To make it tough on hackers but easy on you, choose a long difficult one, but write it on a piece of tape attached to the bottom of the router or access point. The outside world can't see it, but you can find it when you need it.
Would adding a PW also effect the lan ports on the (access point) router or, only the wi-fi?
I got the PW configured and all is working :)