I don't see where a print server is in that model but that's not a big deal. Just make sure your printer is network ready.
So i need to buy a new router and i have some options but i need some help
The three options i am considering are
1. Belkin N+ router
2. Apple's air port express (cheap one with no storage)
3. any other router for under 120$ (cad)
The things i need from my router are a usb port for storage device AND printing, not too many ports all computers have wireless
another small question i have is can you put a usb hub (a small device that turns 1 usb port into many) to have more than one usb port for things like printing and storage
i will be on the same floor and at most 30 feet away
i am not sure if you can use the belkin for printing and do you know any other router that will support my needs??
Please help and thanks for the help in advance
All I want is a router that let's me attach two printers so two computers can see them and one external hard drive so two computers can see it
I don't know what NAS is and franckly I don't care
time machine is a perfect application ad if I have to use that I have no problems
if u know a router that can do what I need it would be great if you told me
So i like that you said i picked a fine router with the airport extreme or express
now what is NAS and i dont really understand
I have a printer and i need to buy a router
I want to buy a router and plug two printers into it and one external hard drive
if you dont know a router that can do this, do you know how i can make this happen with other technology
Means "Print Server" and "Network Attached Storage."
If you read the review you got your NAS on one model. The printer server is not there and given the thousand models of printers I think it best you get a print server box or a "network ready" printer.
Or you can wait for a router to appear with such things all in one box?
Since one definitely has the NAS feature, to get the print server we would and should know what printer is to be attached.
Here's a starter list -> http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&Description=PRINT%20SERVER&bop=And&ActiveSearchResult=True&Order=PRICED
Yes that does not list only print servers but you can pick out which are print servers and which are not.
I have NEVER had any issues with Apple machines and routers. Now there are some that will write about the software CD that comes with routers for Windows only but for good or bad I rarely use those.
If you find someone that can't get the Apple working with a router then they are just a little new.
The drive is some common USB hard disk and the printer is "network ready."
Here's your router -> http://reviews.cnet.com/routers/linksys-wrt610n-simultaneous-dual/4505-3319_7-33132573.html
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