With your wire going from router to w-router, you will likely have to use a crossover cable and DON'T plug it into the WAN port of the w-router - use one of the 4 ports; the WAN input is for plugging into a cable modem or other WAN device. Your other wired router receives the WAN information from the modem at the WAN input, so you can set you wireless clients to use the wired router as the default gateway.
Make sure you set each router IP add to something different, so when you have to reset your router, the default addressing won't conflict with the other router (Like 192.168.0.10-20) DHCP will work for both routers, and you CAN have the routers on the same subnet, in fact if this is for a home network, you NEED to have them on the same subnet.
unless you need multiple subnets in your home network..........
Ok, I see you plan to share between clients on the w-router, but not on the wired router, so just create a different workgroup name for the clients on each router.
Edited by kd1966, 02 November 2005 - 12:13 PM.