Yes. The result is still the same.
To confirm. In the router interface, you changed the values I highlighted in the image above and made sure the changes were picked up by the wireless adapter in your PC?
I have done a Google search for that IP address and some say this is actually a private IP (rather than WAN IP).
It is a reserved (private) address
So I guess it is from the router itself?
Unless your router is allocating two separate network blocks, It's coming from somewhere else.
Is it safe to just check "remember my answer" and click on Allow?
I wouldn't, at least until you understand where it's coming from.
Anyways, I am still a bit concerned about that as this has never happened before.
Another good reason for not simply allowing it
On another note, the "two router" situation in the Network is only present when I am using WLAN. It does not occur when I am using Ethernet connection.
Can you confirm the SSID from the router.
Also, one day ago CIS is popping up another message. It is almost the same as the one mentioned at the beginning of this thread, but the IP address is the exact address of my WAN IP.
We'd need more information about the message. Does the address begin with 202.154?