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Sharing internet with bt voyager 210 adsl router and linksys broad band router

Hi my internet provider installed a bt voyager 210 adsl router in my small office. i tried to share my internet connection using a linksys broadband router but hve not been successful. it looks like both devices being routers are all trying act as dhcp servers. how do i share the internet . thanks.

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