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Wired Network with Wireless adaptor

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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I have an interesting setup.

XPS computer
-has wireless belkin adapter getting an internet signal from a netgear wireless router
-the LAN port is plugged into a linksys WRT54G router that is just running as a switch

Now, the linksys router also has another hard wire going to a media unit plugged into my LCDTV. Every time I download a file and want to play it on my TV, I have to unplug the belkin wireless adapter so just the hard wired network can play the files.

my question is, is there ANY way i can keep the wireless adapter plugged in and access the internet while the LAN port on the XPS is plugged into my linksys router and not have to DISABLE my LAN port so i can use the internet too?
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