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Second router can not be 192.168.1.1 that's my problem, i like to have sub-router with my own IP and primary router will carry the ISP stuff if that can be setup.

Ok, forget it...can i ask then what WAN MAC is?
 

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To change the LAN subnet used login to the router, navigate to the LAN section, and change the LAN IP address (to, say, 192.168.3.1) and change the Dhcp server's address range to match if it doesn't change automatically.

WAN MAC would be, I assume, the MAC Address of the Wide Area Network port. Probably listed on a sticker on the router, but can be changed.
 

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I have just use as it is and both router use 192.168.1.1 and only available separately, i have also enable all security on second router so that's about it.
 
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