> There are wireless print servers and access points with printer ports
> that will let you make most non-host-based printers wireless. Costs
> more, but gives more choices. The openprinting.org site is a good place
> to check printer compatibility.
Be *VERY* careful if you decide to purchase one. They are
very strict about what printers THEY will and won't work with and in
exactly what capacity. I bought one companies wireless version, only
to be told the printer was only supported on the wired one. I purchased
the wired one and it was an ever loving SOB to get working. I ended up
just attaching it to a Winderz PC and making the Winderz a print server.
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