I've got a wireless-G modem/router (WGR) and a wireless-N router (WNR). At the moment things look like this:
'The Cloud' --> WGR (192.168.1.1/24) --> WAN port on WNR (192.168.0.1/24).
WGR is a DHCP server and WNR is a DHCP client. WGR has wired and wireless connections. WNR is purely wireless, bar the patch cable.
I wonder if I'd be better served by going LAN-LAN rather than LAN-WAN. And/or should I be subnetting in some different way?
The reason I'm asking is because the net's been a bit iffy recently and while I'm tinkering around I may as well do the best thing possible.
Ubuntu 12.04 AMD64: E8200 // P35 // HD 4850 // 4GB
OS X 10.8.x: iMac12,2, MacBook 5,2