Connecting D-Link 1260 Print Server to Linksys wireless router

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I have a Linksys wireless router and it works fine - but i want to add my FP printer to my network. I bought a D-Link 1260 Print Server and connected the D-link 1260 Print Server to the printer USB port but I have very hard time connecting via Wi-Fi. Can anyone help me? I need to move the printer to a different room in my lab and it's very big. Thank you. Sincerely -Mike.
ASKED: December 10, 2008  7:36 PM
UPDATED: December 10, 2008  7:48 PM

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I would suggest checking your wireless security settings on the print server and make sure that you match them to the settings on the rest of your network. You might also want to disable all security on your wireless, get them communicating, then re enable security. This way you can see if it is security settings or something else that is causing your problem. There is a support page for this device <a href=”http://www.dlink.com/products/support.asp?pid=482&sec=0″>here</a>,. as well as d-Links main support page <a href=”visit http://support.dlink.com”>here</a>.
Good Luck!-Flame

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