I am having an problem getting a wireless router (Linksys EA6300) to work. The issue is that this is a second router so the cable that normally goes from the WAN connection on the wireless router to the WAN connection on the ISP's modem/router (Brighthouse is my ISP) is already in use so this newly added router's WAN connection is instead connected to one of the ISP's LAN connections and that does not work. What do I need to do to get this working, to have a second router working? I cannot remove the network box that is currently connected to the ISP's WAN connection (VOIP box) so that is not an option so any other suggestions or advice would be helpful; thank you. Linksys-EA6300.jpg
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