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Can printer use USB and Ethernet at the same time?


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magusbuckley

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Hello:

Imagine this - one office with two computers (each on a different network). Instead of using two printers in this office, is is possible to print from one network to the printer via Ethernet but at the same time have a USB line running to the PC on the other network? I guess I'm just wondering if printers support multiple connections simultaeously.

Any information will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Magus
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Neil Jones

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Depends on the printer. Some can, some can't.
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yes it is possible with most printers as long as its installed on the two computers correctly, what printer is it you are using?
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