Joining wired and wireless network

Hello,
I have this wired network up and running and now I to add a wireless router. I can share internet without problems. The only thing is that to access shared resources on other computers(i.e. printer and folders) I have to access through IP number. Is there a way to solve it? I use a Linux as the network server with squid and dhpcd.
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  1. Hook the wireless router up, disable DHCP on it. Connect it into any port and you'll be good to go. You can static assign an IP on it or you can let it get DHCP from your linux box.

    You're stuck using the IP address unless you want to use WINS or DNS. Since you're using DHCP off linux, you should configure WINS at least. DNS can be updated by DHCP too. Not sure what linux uses for DNS but that's a simple google search.
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  3. I am sure I wouldn't have got even close to getting this right. But I have and thought I'd share... I have a Mac Mini and connect to the internet ...you can connect with me if u want.

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