Yes, you might have a way. If you have a Sagemcom, you need to get it into 'bridge mode'. This can be tough, but there are guides like this https://help.teksavvy.com/hc/en-us/articles/203150940-Sagemcom-2864-Modem-Setup-Bridged- Next you'll need to setup your 2nd router to handle the DHCP and DNS instead. You can set the dns to googles 18.104.22.168, and make sure DHCP is turned on and that it is issuing IP's even for devices connected to the first router. Good luck.