ok i have a linksys wireless-g router with speed booster and a belkin wireless g router. i use the linksys router as my router now i would would like to know if i could make the belkin router into a Network Adapter. so the belkie router would except the internet from the linksys router
Can you put one router behind another? Yes... you can. What exactly are you trying to do though? What do you mean by making the Belkin into a network adapter? Do you mean attaching it directly to a computer via usb that doesn't have a network card?
This wont work over WiFi as far as I know, the router only know how to act as an access point not a recever. But it will work directly wired. but may need to setup depending on what you are trying to do. But I have no idea about the USB thing like what Brian_TII is suggesting.
i hope im right with this but i belive what your trying to do is cascade your 2nd router from your first....doing this will give you two access points on a single internet connection...kinda like repeating and bridging combined
i hope you have some knowledge with this stuff.. toerhwise if you dont know what to do lemme know and ill elaborate
to do this connect your 2nd router directly to your pc via ethernet (no internet connection required)
browse to the router configuration page now if your first router is 192.168.0.1
then change the ip of your second router(being the belkin) to 192.168.0.2
now set your 2nd routers dns to the ip of your first router (being 192.168.0.1)
then (still on the 2nd router config page) turn off dhcp on your 2nd router
now on your second router you need to setup your username and password that your isp gave you, the same as your first router
e.g on my router is says