I have a Netgear AC1900 Router. Model R7000. I use a Motorolla Arris SB6183 (modem only with no internal wifi router.) My Netgear AC1900 Router is positioned next to my desktop and looped into this router and out to my desktop. Here is my problem... Even with the latest Netgear Genie software and latest Router Firmware loaded, I can not find any way to simply click to turn off transmission of the WiFi and still keep my desktop feeding internet via it's hardline connection to my desktop. (When at my desktop I would like to shut down the signal emission from this router and still get my direct line internet, but it will not allow such function.) I want to do this because on my desktop this rather powerful router is 4 feet from my head and cranking out very strong radio Frequency. (I know this is not supposed to be a danger, but I swear it gives me a headache and even dizziness.) I have been unplugging the Ethernet from modem to router and direct modem to my PC to avoid this, but it's a pain to do this each time I work at my desktop next to the router. What about an Ethernet splitter single line from my modem so I can simply snap in and out from easy reach modem, rather than having to move my full tower to bypass the router for when I'm working at my desktop?