jimbopalmerTsar of all the RushersReviews:
You have at least 2 separate choices to use both your Westell 6100 router and your Netgear WGR614 router on the same network.
1) You could put the Westell 6100 router in bridge mode, so it will not route, this will require that you input all the PPPoE setups in the Netgear WGR614 router, so make lots of print screens of VPI and VCI, username and password in the Westell 6100 router before you begin.
»members.verizon.net/~res08lyg/6100.htm is a step by step page on bridging the Westell 6100 router.
2) If you wish to keep the Westell 6100 router as your router, you can demote the Netgear WGR614 router to be a Wireless Access Point and ethernet switch.
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