Question WiFi and ethernet connection

Aug 17, 2019
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In my office, there are two server computers (OLD and NEW) with Win7 OS's(32 and 64 bits). There are 12 terminals(NComputing consoles) connected through ethernet cables to a WiFi modem(provides internet connection) running under either of these servers.

1. How can I connect my laptop with Win10 OS to the NEW SERVER through WiFi? So that I could access the files in NEW SERVER. Does a second WiFi modem connecting to the NEW SERVER will establish this WiFi connection?

2. How can I connect my Canon WiFi printer to the WiFi network for print jobs from my laptop? Presently it is ethernet cable connected.
 
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Ah... if everybody is on the same subnet, it makes no difference whether device is wired or WIFI.

Running on 1 subnet is usually sufficient, the simplest, and if you are running on more than 1 subnet, then better explain yourself why this is necessary. A new subnet is created every time you insert a NAT device, and/or u have configured VLANs.
 

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