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You cannot have two routers connected, or daisy-chained, together. The internal workings of both devices are the same. The "internet" connection going into the us-robotics works fine, but the us-robitics thinks that the other devices connected to it are computers. So the us-robotics assigns an internal IP address (192.x.x.x or 172.x.x.x) to the dlink. The dlink then is connected to the computer and assigns the same type of IP address through DHCP. This causes havoc on home networks.
So, thinking about it, the dlink thinks that the connection it is getting from the WAN side (or from the us-robotics) is the internet and forwards you that page. Port forwarding only forwards data on specific port but is not true service.
If you are trying to get a wireless signal and that is the reason for the additional d-link, the you may want to look at a Wireless Switch, rather then a Wireless Router. The difference is that the Switch will take commands from the us-robotics, while the router will try to think for itself.
Since you change ISP from dsl to cable you need to configure the router to work with your new ISP which is Comcast , first better you reset the router by pressing the reset button for 10 seconds while power is ON and then after that reconfigure it back.....
Your Wireless router should have come with a CD. Insert the CD into your computer and follow it step by step. If it did not come with it here is a basic wiring setup. From wall jack to Westell modem, From modem to uplink port on Max G router. Reboot Westell modem. T Everything should auto-configure unless you need a username and password for your DLS. If so you will need to program this into your router.