I have a WiFi router I want to connect to a LAN port of an existing FIOS router to extend my WiFi range. It appears the new router initially requires its address to be 192.168.0.1. My FIOS router can't do that. I believe a Windows computer, using ICS or something, can assign IP addresses to a device that is plugged into the 2nd NIC.
What do I do in Windows to make it supply DHCP with a specific range to the 2nd NIC?