ADSL modem/router to an wireless router
I currently have a Belkin F9J1002v1 ADSL modem router and lately my internet connection is slow on the wireless end. I believe its the number of connections heading towards the Belkin (about 15+). My understanding is that one device cannot obviously cater to many devices at once and provide high speeds at the same time. So I believe that I can route the Belkin device to another wireless router, so that the Belkin can focus on the internet and the wireless router can focus on providing high wireless speeds.
My issue is that when reading some of my google research there is a mention of 2 DHCP and 2 NAT happening on both devices and can cause some dramatic problems. I'm not sure if this is a related issue or not, what I generally want is to make the Belkin receive the internet and have no wireless connections as it will be passed on to the wireless router.
There was a mention of bridging the modem router but I have no luck with the Belkin as the instructions seem simplistic, like there are no technicals on how to do the bridging feature.
I would like to know if this is plausible and what are some of the ways that I can go around it.
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