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How to setup 2 routers in LAN for remote access

I need to setup my internal network using 2 routers. Router 1 will be a Linksys Wireless G 2.4 Broadband Router. Router 2 is a Linksys E1000 Wireless Router. I want Router 1 to be non-wireless and will only use wireless capabilities on Router 2 (specifically to access security cameras from the Internet via port forwarding). So, ideally the cable modem from my ISP will connect to Router 1 - with wireless disabled (also need to connect 2 wired computers to this router). Router 2 will then connect to Router 1 via Ethernet cable. It seems from my research that the best way to do this is using DMZ?

The way it is now is that I have bypassed Router 1 - going directly to Router 2 from the cable modem. This way I am able to successfully view the cameras from the Internet. With Router 1 in place, I cannot get to the cameras for viewing. However, now with Router 1 bypassed, I am unable to successfully connect to the Internet with the 2 computers that are connected to Router 1 - they are too distant to use wireless connectivity from Router 2.

Is DMZ the answer to this problem? If so, exactly how do I set it up? Thanks for any help you can provide.

I have tried Router 1 & Router 2 connected which works fine for everything except accessing the security cameras from the Internet. Tried bypassing Router 1 which works for camera access, but then two computers connected to Router 1 do not have Internet access.

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