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Hello To All:

Trying to get a system together for a guy who does pipeline work and spends most of his time in hotels. He's getting a wireless color laser printer, but I'm not sure how it'll connect and here's why - his wireless card will be connected to the hotel's WiFi. I don't want the printer to sit on their network, obviously, so am wondering if I can have two IPs on the same wireless card? The one connection to the printer would be static (and the printer would be static as well) and the other IP would need to be assigned via DHCP from the hotel. Is this possible?

Any and all information will be greatly appreciated.

Oh..the OS will be Windows 7 Home Premium.


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