|Hey, I've been trying to figure out the same problem. I haven't tried this yet, but will share what I know. (I'm no techie either, so hopefully someone will correct anything I miss or get wrong). 1. Go to the router you are going to borrow your internet from. On the back there will be 1 plug where the signal comes in from the cable company. That's the WAN plug. Next to it, there will be (usually 4) other plugs for you to plug in multiple computers. Those are LAN plugs. 2. Plug your Cat 5 cable into any of the available LAN plugs. 3. Go to your Belkin router. Plug your Cat 5 cable into any of the (4?) LAN plugs, and NOT into the WAN plug on your router. 4. You still have 3 LAN plugs left to run to your computers. 5. Unplug the power from both routers... wait a few seconds, then plug them both back in. This will reset them and hopefully they'll find each other and you're done.|
If that doesn't work, unplug the Cat 5 wire out of your Belkin, that came from the other router. Use a computer that is wired into your Belkin. Open Internet Explorer and in the address bar type: 192.168.1.1 A security screen should pop up to your Belkin. If you've never put in a user and password, it will probably be "admin" for both. Once inside, flip through the various screens until you find "DHCP." Look for a choice to shut it off. Save your changes; plug the Cat 5 cable back in, then power off and power back on both routers.
No guarantee, but from one illiterate to another, I think this will work. I'm going to try it myself tomorrow. Good luck!