It is also going to be necessary to configure the starting address block for the computers connected to the new router. This is necessary so that the client computers that are added to the second router do not wind up with the same IP addresses of the computers on the router you already have installed. Because I don't know if you have configure your existing router with fixed IP addresses for each computer connection it or you are using...
DHCP, it is not possible for me to give you exact instructions on IP address configuration.
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