|If you can't get back into the router's management interface you will want to reset it to factory and then reconfigure it. Pay attention to the IP addressing though. Assuming you're using 192.168.0.0/24 and already have one active router here's what it should look like:|
Main Router with Internet connection attached to it:
as provided by your ISP
DHCP enabled = Yes
Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1 (ie: IP address of main router doing DHCP0
DHCP enabled = No
Above you show 192.168.0.1 in your original post and I have to wonder if that isn't conflicting with the LAN IP of your main router.
NOTE: You should also be able to disable IPv6 and probably should since you're not likely to be using it internally on your LAN
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