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Configure multiple wireless routers on a network

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I've been left temporarily in charge of a a large network which I did not create.  It is running correctly.  I have a question about how to set up a wirless router to the network without disrupting the DHCP or IP addresses of devices on the network.

Basically the wireless router should not act to rename IP addresses but simply allow connections to the network and pass data appropriately.  

Thank you,

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