How to connect thomson router and linksys router in a network

Hello,
i have a thomson device which is connected to the dsl and i have enabled wireless in this device .i've shared my internet connection with my neighbour thru cable .there he is using a Wireless-N ADSL2+ Gateway WAG160N device. the problem is we are not getting proper internet connectivity. is the problem that both device dhcp is enabled and having same ip range.pls help
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  1. Yes he needs to turn off the DHCP and change his LAN IP to the same IP scheme but ending in an different number.

    example:
    if Thomson IP is 192.168.1.1
    make Linksys IP 192.168.1.254
  2. Emerald said:
    Yes he needs to turn off the DHCP and change his LAN IP to the same IP scheme but ending in an different number.

    example:
    if Thomson IP is 192.168.1.1
    make Linksys IP 192.168.1.254



    thx for the reply .but i still hav some doubts. hope u'll help me clear it..

    if i disable the dhcp of the linksys router (the second router) who will assign the ip for systems connecting to it thru wired or wireless. pls make it clear for me . thx
  3. from what I understood, the phone line connects to the Thomsen, and a network cable connects the Thomsen to the Linksys.

    Therefore the thomsen will provide the DHCP for all wired and wireless devices.
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