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Wireless router IP totally different range than cabled computers

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When I connect laptops to my wireless router, the IP's are totally different than my cabled computers. My wireless router IP is 10.15.XX.XX. My cabled computers are 192.168.XX.XX. Here's how its setup:

ISP Modem>Watchguard firewall>Netgear switch>patch panel.

The wireless router is setup like this:

Wireless Router (in Internet port)>Netgear patch panel

Why are my wireless IP's so different? I need them all to be 192.168.xx.xx.

Thanks!!!!
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