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How can I connect a Wireless Computer to my Local Area Network?

I have no idea how to do this but here is my current setup:

14 Computers on the same network 192.168.1.xx
1 Wireless Computer connected via wireless network adapter (currently connected to ISP MODEM1)
1 Linksys LRT224 DUAL WAN router (192.168.1.5)
1 ISP MODEM1 (192.168.254.253) (Static IP, DHCP Enabled)
1 ISP MODEM2 (192.168.254.253) (Static IP, DHCP Enabled)
1 24 port switch TP LINK

MODEM1 CONNECTED TO Linksys as PRIMARY WAN (WAN1)
MODEM2 CONNECTED TO Linksys as SECONDARY WAN (WAN2, UPBACK INTERNET)
Linksys CONNECTED To 24 PORT SWITCH TP LINK
TP LINK SWITCH CONNECTED TO 14 COMPUTERS EXCEPT 1 (WIRELESS, 192.168.254.xx)

My question here is, how can make the wireless computer in the same network as all the 14 computers, I want to make its IP like 192.168.1.xx so that I can add it on the same homegroup I created.

I can make it 192.168.1.xx but still I can't see it on the network and it has no internet connection.

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You can buy ann AP (AccessPoint) and put into the switch and you configure the DHCP of the AP with the network 192.168.1.X

Other option is to replace 1 Linksys LRT224 DUAL WAN router with other similar model with wirelles

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