lexmark wi-fi connection to existing network

June 11, 2011 at 20:04:53
Specs: Windows 7
I need to know what to look at to get wi-fi connection to my existing linksys wrt54gs2 v1 network

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June 12, 2011 at 01:04:58
I'm not too sure what you mean by your question, but if you want to print 'wirelessly' then the best option is to have a printer with a LAN port that you can plug into your router - far more reliable than totally wireless. If you definitely need it to be totally wireless then they all work on the same system of switching on the printer, it scans for your router, asks for the wireless password & away you go. However I haven't found any that don't require re-setting every so often, especially if you don't use them for a day or so - using a cable between printer and router is a rock-solid system.

Once the printer is installed you just use the 'add printer' wizard on each pc/laptop, choosing 'network printer' when searching.

Incidentally no printers are totally wireless - you still need a power cable! (don't laugh, I had a very unhappy lady who didn't realise that her wireless printer still needed a wire to the mains supply LOL)

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