Hi - We have a Dr's office, and we're trying to setup a separate wi-fi network so that the patients can connect their wireless in the lobby. The Belkin N+ router has "guest access" on it, so we got this one so we can keep networks separate. I'm having trouble getting the Belkin connected to the Actiontec. The Verizon Actiontec has an internal IP of 192.168.1.1, and the Belkin by default is set to 192.168.2.1. I connected the Belkin directly to a PC, and changed the LAN IP to 192.168.1.2, not to conflict with the Verizon Actiontec. I connected a LAN cable from a LAN port on the Actiontec to the WAN port on the Belkin (also tried LAN to LAN) still doesnt work. I've disabled DHCP on the Actiontec, left it on with the Belkin, still nothing. With the Belkin connected to the Actiontec and the Belkin having a LAN IP address of 192.168.1.2, i cant ping it either. For some reason the Verizon router is not letting it connect, or accepting it as part of the network. I've reset everything, and it doesnt work. Any ideas would be helpful!