Wired & Wireless together? Tags: Wireless LAN Networking Last response: January 13, 2008 1:52 PM in Networking Share Pigbristle January 12, 2008 8:16:06 PM Just wondering, is it possible to run two pc's with a crossed lan network lead to play multi player games together, as well as both pc's running wireless cards connecting to a router for internet? Just treated my daughter to a new pc & she's loving playing Unreal 2003. I remember a couple of years back playing it with a wired lan & it was so much more fun when you know who it is your trying to frag, adds so much more fun to it. But we wasn't connected wirelessly to the iternet then? So can we run both wired & wireless together? cheers More about : wired wireless okcomputer44 January 13, 2008 1:52:50 PM Yes you can connect. It does not matter how many network card your computer has or what types are them. Between the computers your connection can use a different subnet for wired LAN and the wireless can connect to ISP or just connect one to ISP on wifi and share the internet between wired LAN. As well if you have two wifi card for both computers they can connect to different ISP and connect each other as well. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to use both wired and wireless together Forum How to get wireless speakers and wired speakers to work together on pc Forum Wired & wireless together Forum Trying to make a wireless and wired network work together Forum wired & wireless routers together Forum Wired and Wireless together Forum Both wireless and wired together` Forum Wired and wireless together?? Forum Using Wired Router and Wireless Router Together? Forum Solvedhow to use both wired and wifi on laptop together Forum SolvedWireless vs Wired Mouse for Gaming Forum SolvedSubwoofer wired together with speakers Forum Two routers wired together - secondary wifi upload is slow, wired connections don't work Forum SolvedKey board + Mouse ...Wireless vs Wired Forum SolvedCan I wire LAN ports of 2 wireless routers using existing wired network? Forum Solvedwired or wireless mouse? Forum SolvedWired speeds much faster than wireless Forum SolvedSlow Internet on Brand new laptop (Wired & Wireless) Forum SolvedWireless (RF) vs bluetooth vs wired keyoard & mouse for gaming Forum SolvedParental Control on wireless and wired network Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !