|@ buzytee, It is possible.|
Here is a guide on how to go about it.
Connect your router to a PC with an Ethernet cable then open any browser application and then the router IP address(Usually 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1) into the browser URL and press enter then you will be prompted with username and password windows then put username: admin and password: admin, then you are inside your router for configuration.
Configure LAN in the router( In this scenario static is advise), then click on wireless option to configure, SSID: (This is the name you will see when wifi is searched) and password: ( This would be the passphrase to give access to the wifi) and type of network: mixed .
STEP 3: You configure the Printer to communicate with you LAN by connecting a LAN cable from the printer to one of the LAN ports at the rear of the router. Example Printer IP address can be 192.168.1.2 and default IP would be that of router..
STEP 4 Connect all PCs and devices to wi-fi, then RUN printer driver on all PCs and devices connected to the network and select network printer during setup.