My apologies if this was clearly answered previously. I did not see anything discussing the same issue. I thought I've read similar topics previously, but in my recent searches, nothing of use was found. Many devices (AppleTV for example) require you to use the same network to use the iOS device remote functionality. The trouble is that I am connected with a combo wired/wireless setup in my house. Is it possible to get all of these devices working together seamlessly so that I can combine them both but still have the devices show up as being on the same network and function as I'd like? Current setup: Modem plugs into Ethernet switch Enternet switch connects to: Wireless airport extreme 3 ethernet ports that carry into other rooms: Various devices including desktop computer In other rooms the various devices are: AppleTV, TV, DVD player, etc. A big priority is to do this without slowing down the network. By the way, the house is wired CAT6 and I'm not interested in going entirely wireless in the house. To be clear, what I would like is for devices such as the AppleTV, Networked receivers, etc, they want you to be on the same wi-fi network to use the iOS remote function. I will have these devices hardwired and obviously the iOS device is using wi-fi. Again, I've tried researching this online but I did not find anything helpful or definitive. Any help would be greatly appreciated!