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ROUTER/MODEM/VOIP-Port forwarding Problems

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Ohhhh where do i start..... I hope I don't confuse everyone and hopefully someone can help.
Well first this is what I have.
RCA modem (for cable internet)
Linksys router (VOIP) ip shows
Airlink wireless router ip shows

Now here is my setup.
I have the actual cable line going into the RCA modem.
From there I ran an internet cable to the Linksys router into the internet port.
From there I ran an internet cable from the Linksys ethernet to the wireless airlink.
From the wireless box I ran a internet cable to the back of my ethernet on my hard drive.

Now everything is working fine, I have internet on my stationary and also have wireless working on my laptop and my phone is working. This is all good so far.(i hope)

My issue is, why do I have these different IP addresses?
Why is one 1.1 and the other 0.1?
Shouldn't one be and the other be ? or the same for 0.1 ip?
I tried changing the air link ip address to but when I did I lost my internet.
Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong?
Thanks in advance.....
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