Linking ethernet and Wi-Fi

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I have three PCs on a Wi-Fi network, I want two of them to be also linked between the Wi-Fi with high-speed ethernet. Is that possible?

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Its possible to link two machines together, but the benefits could very well be minimal.  Cross over cables would work for this.  But for it to be effective I would suggest one machine having a DHCP service running, or configure your routing table.

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Not sure why you'd want to do it, but sure, it's possible. As long as the wireless and Ethernet are on separate network segments your operating system should be able to handle it.
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  • majorun
    you have me confused.... separate network segments?
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  • jinteik
    if its segement A and segement B, then you can
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  • excellentrandy
    Segment it.
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