You can disable DHCP on the Asus, give it a fixed IP address on the Home Hub's subnet, outside the range that allocates, connect the two by ethernet and use the Asus wireless. In other words turn it into a WAP plus ethernet switch.
Turn off the HH wireless if you wish. The usual thing is to get the two routers well separated, to give wider coverage, as most would do with a WAP.
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