Wireless networking Brother MFC8220 AIO

Brother Multi-function mfc8220 all in on...
May 23, 2010 at 21:44:13
Specs: Windows XP

I have a brother mfc 8220 all in one printer.
I would like the network is with a wireless print server. Any suggestions on a good inexpensive unit? either usb or parallel port.
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Thanks mark

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May 24, 2010 at 00:00:31
Wireless print servers (ie totally standalone) will be more
expensive than a wired print server (ie one that is connected
to your existing wireless router) and in my experience I've
found the totally wireless ones are more of a pain to keep
connected - one moment they are there, next they've gone. If
you don't mind having a LAN cable going from your wireless
router to the printer then this is your best & cheapest option -
if you look on Amazon they start from about £20UK, though a
netgear one will be nearer £50UK.

Incidentally, you should receive an email advising you of this
answer & you just need to click on the link - the whole point
of a forum is that answers can be shared, so sorry, no
individual replies.....

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