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I have a toshiba router and I am trying to hook up my d-link wireless broadband router with no success.

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I don't think you can do this weressly and I don't think this is what you actually want.
hooking up a router to another router its probably something you may not need/want to do.
why do you need a router hooked up to another router?
the router allows you to get onto/comunicate with another network... (ex... you computers at home (local network) onto the internet (the other network)... do you have 2 local networks that you want to keep separate?, you can do that.. but it requires to know some basics concepts on subnetting. please explain in detail what you're trying to do


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