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Bridging/Sharing Solutions

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Yes it is possible.

 

Assuming the device 'WIFI w/Internet' is a router. 

- Router without internet would need to have DHCP and NAT disabled so it effectively works as a switch. When doing this, it is usually best to assign a static IP address to the device. 

- Bridge the WIFI and Ethernet connections on the PC. 

I've attached a paint masterpiece trying to help paint a better picture of what I wanna do. Is there any way to achieve this on a Windows PC?

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Yes it is possible.

 

Assuming the device 'WIFI w/Internet' is a router. 

- Router without internet would need to have DHCP and NAT disabled so it effectively works as a switch. When doing this, it is usually best to assign a static IP address to the device. 

- Bridge the WIFI and Ethernet connections on the PC. 

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