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Can 1 PC connect with static IP on one subnet & diff subnet on wireless?

By stemple ·
Have a PC that needs to connect to a wireless router for flexibility of location in the classroom and also connect directly to our network with a static IP for privileged access base on an IP address range. The IP address through the wireless router is 192.n.n.n and the direct connection IP address is 10.n.n.n.

Is this possible? I???m sure it worked when I initially added the direct connection but since then, it says ???acquiring address???.

When I booted and stopped the wireless connection, I got the message that the static IP address was a duplicate IP address. Our network has always been dynamic IPs in the 100-199 address range with static IP???s in the 1-99 address range only used for printers and servers. Just recently started using static IPs in the 200-250 address range for specific PCs that need for privileged access and have kept strict records of the addresses used.

Can you help?

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