act as the DHCP server on this network. The other must have this setting turned off and it's IP set to the upper end of the range. Not an easy setup but Netgear support can help.
Okay, here's the setup. I have a wireless router in the secretary's office (it's a Netgear RangeMax WPN824). The problem I am experiencing is that computers about 100 feet away (connected wirelessly with cinder block walls) get very little signal. What I want to do is lay a wire from the router in the secretary's office to another router in another room (known as router B). What I think I should do is plug an ethernet wire into the router in secretary's office, and plug it into the Internet port on the back of router B. Will this work? and what steps do I need to take if it won't? Does router B need to be a netgear as well? I'd rather get a linksys, but if a netgear is required, fine. Please let me know, and please be detailed and clear.