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Networking More Than Just Computers: Part 1 - Networking More Than Just Computers: Part 1
Mon, July 02 2007 | 1:56PM | PermaLink Feedback?
As it happens, you can connect all sorts of gadgets to them. To begin with, you can share printers. "Big deal!" you might say, "I already share my printer from Windows." The problem with that scheme, however, is that the computer to which the printer is attached must be powered on for the Windows share to work. A network attached printer doesn't have that restriction. As long as the printer itself is powered on, you can print to it from any computer on the network.So how do you connect a printer to the network? Just as you connect a computer to the network.
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