- wired D-link (EBR-2310) router connected to my cable modem.
- Wireless NetGear N300 (WNR2000v3) router connected to a LAN port on the wired router.
What I'm trying to do:
I'm trying to setup the wireless router to be a separate network, that only accesses the internet through the wired router.
What I've done so far.
I setup the wireless router's WAN port to get an address from ISP (which should be coming from my wired router running DHCP), and the LAN as a subnet (192.168.1). Wired router's LAN is 192.168.0.
I'm not able to connect to the internet from the wireless router. At one point my wired router showed that it was handing out an IP to the wireless router, but that is not happening anymore.
Is what I'm trying to do possible? Am I not thinking about this properly? Do I need to buy a better wired router, with 2 WAN ports? How can I configure these routers to work together?