|By default, your "Router" is actually setup as a "Gateway". The setup you're describing will cost you 2 "LAN" ports, one on each router.|
The following settings apply to the second router only and may be found in various menus depending upon the Mfg/Model of your routers.
1. Change the configuration of the second router from a gateway to a "Router"
2. Assign it an IP address in the same range as the first router. In your case, you might use "192.168.1.2" for the second router.
3. Disable DHCP. The first router is already assigning IP addresses and another DHCP server in the same subnet will cause conflicts.
4. Connect a patch cable from a LAN port on the second router to a LAN port on the first router. The WAN/Internet port on the second router will be unused.