"Actiontec Q1000 for Qwest Wireless N VDSL Modem Router"
So you have to decide if you want 1 or 2 networks.
Myself I tend to use the Netgear as the router for the system but that defeats the WiFi in the Actiontec.
Since I can't guess your goals you have to decide if you want 2 or 1 WiFi APs(access points.)
1 Access Point. Change the Actiontec's setup to be a modem only. AKA Bridge Mode and I defer to the manual. Then the Netgear is the router and WAP (wireless access point.) The Netgear may have to take over the DSL login duties.
2 Access Points. Wire and configure the Netgear to be a WAP. Google "How to use a router as a WAP" or check the Netgear manual.
I have successfully connected my dsl modem and separate wifi router but due to my network layout the wifi attached devices can't see my wired (to the dsl modem's wan ports) devices. What is the best way to configure these devices?
DSL MODEM = ACTIONTEC Q1000
WIFI ROUTER = NETGEAR 6700
All help greatly appreciated...