Bluetooth print server - Bluetooth Network

  skaria 10:14 12 Mar 06
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Dear All,

I would like to be able to send files to print to my printer from around the house. I require to be able to print from

1 * Desktop PC
2 * Laptop

I understand most people use a wireless network to do this, howevevr, this is not viable for me as one of the laptops has enhanced security, which only allows me to connect to a business network, and not my home network.

It is for this reason, that I believed that BLUETOOTH PRINTING was the only viable option.

In turn, I came up with two options. For the laptops I want to get a

"Bluetooth USB Adapter - 100 metres" click here

and for the desktop I had a dilemma.
I was wither goin to get an additional blue tooth stick and a

"Bluetooth USB Printer Adapter" click here

OR

Get a "Bluetooth Access Point with USB Print Server" click here

The latter would not require me to get another USB bluetooth stick I believe.

Could uoi please help me on a few problems.

1. Is bluetooth best option in my case?

2. If I choose to buy the access point, will I need a USB bluetooth stick for the Desktop - which is situated next to the Printer.

3. IF I buy the access point, it only has an RJ45 port and USB port. How would it connect to my pc, or does it connect to my router? If so, why does it connect to the router?

4. Is all of this compatibkle with my Epson Aculaser C900 laser print.

Thank You Very Much for All Your Help in Advance.

Skaria

  skaria 22:15 12 Mar 06

Unfotrunately, I cannot get a reply from Belkin. Any ideas guys.

Thank You.

  skaria 17:45 13 Mar 06

Still nor reply from Belkin.

Can anybod offer any help?

Thanks You Very Much

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