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Is it generally possible to have wifi & wired clients of a router on the same subnet so that they see each other on the same LAN?

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Most consumer grade routers are set up to give out IPs on the same subnet by default. It might make sense from a security standpoint to separate wireless and wired clients, but in a standard home situation, there is really no need.

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Yes, there is no reason that they need to be separated unless you have QoS rules or some other special need for it.

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