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Hello. Yes, you can use any router to accomplish this - that is what a router is for; to connect two networks. You will just need to provide the "WAN" side of the router with an IP address on one network and have all nodes of the second network come into the router.
If the two networks are in the same location, you might consider simply modifying the subnet instead - for example, use 192.168.1.x for one network and 192.168.2.x for the other. Then you wouldn't necessarily need a router at all.