See POST 17 of our forum sticky to see a common setup where we use the second router. You can do that with POST 17 at http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7589_102-0.html?forumID=62&threadID=264135&messageID=2584349&tag=forums06;forum-threads or think about a double nat (which I will not write about at length.)
In closing, do not share your printers, disks on any WEP system. There is easy to use software that connects to WEP and MAC filtered WIFI spots without too much work in about 2 minutes or less. Then means it's about as secure as the security seal on an aspirin bottle.
I just recently purchased a D Link DIR 655 wireless router to take advantage of my 802.11n(draft) capable laptop. I hooked it up to my cable modem and it works beautifully.
However, I have an older device (series 3 tivo wireless connection) that does not support WPA and require WEP. And I just learned that WEP doesn't work with 802.11n (my router wouldn't even let me try to set it up).
I have another router (Netgear WGT624 v2) that I can to connect to my D-Link via a cable.
What I would like to do is to be able to have the Tivo connect to the Netgear through WEP while have the remainder of my devices connect to my D-Link with WPA. I've Googled and tried tinkering and it isn't quite working.
I am a networking novice and any help would be appreciated.