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The printer that you have has a USB connection only hence if you need to use this printer wirelessly, you can use a wireless print server. A wireless print server allows one or two printers to be conveniently shared across a WiFi network. Wireless print servers for home networks generally are available in both 802.11b and 802.11g varieties
Wireless print servers offer the following advantages:
• Allows printers to be conveniently located anywhere within wireless network range, not tied to the location of computers
• Does not require a computer be always turned on in order to print
• Does not require a computer to manage all print jobs, that can bog down its performance
• Allows administrators to change computer names and other settings without having to re-configure the network printing settings.
A wireless print server must be connected to printers by a network cable, normally USB 1.1 or USB 2.0. The print server itself can connect to a wireless router over WiFi, or it can be joined using an Ethernet cable. An example to wifi print server is http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-DP-G310-Wireless-Server-802-11g/dp/B0001NA2S6
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