On Sunday, Aug 24, 2003, at 18:47 US/Pacific, Joseph I. Davida wrote:

I would like to use a usb-2-ethernet converter
(Aopen has one - found it at a web site for $12).

What I want to use it for is to convert a usb
device like a printer to an ethernet connected

It's not going to work. You need a print server of some kind (lpr, Novell, AppleTalk) to handle connectivity protocol and spooling. That functionality is provided via Ethernet print servers or cards - just converting the raw signaling isn't enough.


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