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 Wireless Printer on a Spare Router?

Answer Possibly, or possibly not.Kinda depends on the make and model of the spare router. Errrm, although that seems to be a USB only printer, so how would you plan on connecting it to the router? Hi Chuc... Read More »
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Can I set up wireless printer without internet router?

No, you need the router. The router is what makes the connection wireless which is what the printer, if you want to print wirelessly, will use.
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