said by Wily_One: said by mackey:
2) Before hooking it up to the 2wire, log in to the admin interface (on the new router) and disable the DHCP server and make sure its IP address is different then the 2wires'.
Then my wired machines won't work unless I give them static addresses. The way around that would be to simply create a separate DHCP range on the WiFi AP but within the same 192.168.1 subnet as the RG.
Now I'll have to look into a good but cheap Wireless router.
What are you talking about? Step 3 causes everything behind the new router to get an IP from the DHCP server on the original router. I said LAN port to LAN port, not LAN port to WAN port.