Can I set up my PSC 2355 all-in-one printer wirelessly? (3231 Views)
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onegirlcreative
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Can I set up my PSC 2355 all-in-one printer wirelessly?

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All three of my computers are Macs and are all running on Leopard OS (v10.5). I would love to have the ability to print from all of these computers (two desktops, one laptop) that are all in different areas of our home.

 

Is there any way to print from this wirelessly? Do I need some sort of hub to do this? If so, what do you recommend?

 

Thanks!

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PrintDoc
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Re: Can I set up my PSC 2355 all-in-one printer wirelessly?

Print yes, scan no.

 

You can buy a wireless print server (choose one made by your router manufacturer) and others can print to the printer.

 

I would recommend saving your money, add a little bit to it and buy a wireless printer that will print and scan over a wireless connection directly to your router.

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onegirlcreative
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Re: Can I set up my PSC 2355 all-in-one printer wirelessly?

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Thank you for your quick reply.

 

So I can print wirelessly with this printer, but not scan? Why not? Is there a way to scan at all with this printer wirelessly?

 

Don't really have the means to get another printer at this time, so this wil have to do for now.

 

Also, I was told that I could use this printer wirelessly with this:

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833127074&Tpk=DPR-1260

 

is this sufficient or should I use/find something else?

 

Thanks!

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Re: Can I set up my PSC 2355 all-in-one printer wirelessly?

You can use your printer wirelessly with that router (and several others) or a wireless print server.  But, again, it will provide print functionality only.

 

The router you mention is $69.  For less than $100 you can just buy a wireless printer that does it all.  Check this one out.

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