|I know you've done that earlier... But the with the wealth of confusion you seem to buried in it seemed useful to clarify that again.|
Ensure you have setup the Speedstream correctly for wifi; ethernet is almost automatic as all you have to do is to enter your isp account details?
Page 11 onwards below is all about setting up the wifi
The Speedstream is a modem/router all in one "box".
Verify the Speedstream wifi works; and note the SSID and password for the wifi access.on the Speedstream.
Note also the adress style it is using - actually really called the subnet. (See Wanderer's earlier post). It will be providing ip addresses that are 192.168.x.y - where x = typically 1 or 2 (depends on the router defaults and your isp but can be changed to suit...) y = anthing from 2 to 253; y = 1 or 254 are reserved values and to to be used.
Then connect your Belkin to your isp service and also (ethernet connection) to your computer - disconnect the speedstream for the moment entirely.
Access the Belkin home page and as Wanderer instructed earlier, locate and disable iits dhcp function. Assign the Belkin a fixed/specific ip address, where in the 192.168.x.y address x = the same as in the Speedstream. Give y a value on the Belkin something like 100 ( that way it's a value not likely to served out by the Speedstream dhcp server).
Enable wifi and either note the current SSID and password, or rename the SSID at least - much along the lines of Wanderer's earlier model? Default password you can either keep, or change... Either way note what it is. Ensure you "are" using an encrypted password on both the Belkin and the Speedstream (they will of course be different),
Recoonect Speedstream to isp, connect Belkin to Speedstream (ethernet/cat-5 connection).
Look for both routers in the list of wifi access points in your area. Connect to one or other as appropriate with the correct password for whichever device you opt...
If you don't have the full user guide for the Belkin either google for it, or go directly to the Belkin support area for model; and download it. It will take you through all the steps for wfif setup - which will be very much the same as those for the Speedstream.
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