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Access point for my HP 7310xi?

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I recently moved my wireless router (WRT54G) to another room and want to put my HP 7310xi in another room. Since it already has the printserver built in, I need to hook it up to the network via a wireless access point. Are there any other alternatives to doing this?


UPDATE: Okay...I'm still learning as I go along and I took a trip to the local computer store and purchased a Buffalo Ethernet Convertor instead of an access point -- they cost about the same ($69.00). Set-up was easy and once I connected it, I was able to print right away. :whistling: The trick now is to see how much of the scanner and other functions I can use over the network.

Edited by nortyd, 22 December 2006 - 12:04 AM.

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