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How to add a wireless router to a domain network

1. To add the wireless router to a domain network using the same subnet, configure it as wireless switch so that, all wireless computers are using the same subnet and see each other. Refer to this link: How to setup Wireless router as a switch

2. Alternatively, add the wireless router behind the LAN, especially when the AN is using IP class A or B and the router use class C only. Or in a case you want to protect wireless LAN from other users. To do that,  you connect the WAN port to the domain LAN and LAN port connect to a different subnet.

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