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So I have been looking everywhere for an answer to this but its kinda specific.

I have a
actiontec m1000 modem/router
macbook pro
ps3

I would like to get them all on the same network.

I have to connect in this order until i have a small switch

modem > ethernet cable > en1 > macbook pro > en0 (airport internet sharing) > wifi > ps3

i have this config working fine, internet all the way to the ps3, the only thing i dont like, and
maybe this is because of bordem is that the ip scheme looks like

192.168.0.1 > 192.168.0.2 > 169.254.30.203 > 10.0.2.5
modem > macbook > airport IS > ps3
And i just dont understand how it can be like that and i want it like...
192.168.0.1 > 192.168.0.2 > 192.168.1.2 > 192.168.1.3
which it accepts but the internet wont work like that

so i rekon my ultimate question is, can en0 and en1 or ethernet and airport be on the same ip scheme/network





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