Hello thanks for thee answer . I did get it going I had to turn on Bridge mode on the dsl/router .Once that was done I plugged my desktop in . and it works. It is in plugged still as I doe this..
Thanks guys So much for the help
You only want one router per subnet. Most can be configured for some number of dhcp (dynamically assigned addresses) as well as some number of static local addresses. If you need more dhcp addresses, then reduce the number of static addresses (while making sure you don't need them for things like local servers).
Commercial routers can handle multiple subnets, but SOHO ones (small office / home routers) cannot.