See if this helps. I'd keep'm both in the same LAN, still the description might show where the fault is, and it says precisely what groovicus
said plus gives pictureshttp://www.grc.com/nat/nats.htm
I know that Linksys has two methods described on their site how to do just that, other manufacturers likely do too. I can't find the link at the moment, but their detailed description is excellent. D-Link likely has something like that as well.
I'm thinking it through as well because I plan to have two routers for the same reason. One old, one wireless. I know it works, because people do it all the time. Corporation networks are nothing but big router farms, think about it, though the DHCP is not necesarrily the closest to your computer. Some people double-router for reason no other than extra security like two doorlocks are better than one
Edited by tos226, 29 February 2008 - 12:07 AM.