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Bridge my router

I have a Westwell 327e15-06 router, I porchased a netgear wireless N router. However I can't get the netgear to work. The troubleshooting says i need to bridge it. Can someone help me?

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Since you have two routers, both of them are trying to assing DHCP address to the network, so all you need to do is just disable DHCP on the netgear router, there fore the westell will assing the address.
Are you just trying to use the netgear for wireless?

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