I am not a linux user, but I need help. I have 2 routers, a linksys\nHPNA router and my DSL modem with a built in router. I want to use the\nDSL modem as a router, and the linksys HPNA router as a bridge between\nethernet and HPNA (it can), except the linksys router needs a IP\naddress. My lan is currently using 192.168.1.*, and I have the\nlinksys's lan side perminently set to 192.168.1.254, but I want to set\nit to 192.168.2.1 so I dont run into a chance of DHCP overlaping into\nthat IP. If I set the linksys as 192.168.2.1, I can only access it if\nmy comptuer's IP is 192.168.2.* but then my dsl modem doesnt give me\ninternet access. All of these routers/modems are on the same physical\nethernet network. I have a feeling this has something to do with subnet\nmasks, so which subnet mask should I use for 192.168.1.* and\n192.168.2.* computers to talk?