Upgrading myrouter

I was thinking of upgrading my wireless router. I was watching some of the Cnet video reviews on routers and one pointed out that you could use the usb port on the back of the router to connect your printer so other printers on the network can print without first having to go through another computer. That did not sound right to me. Any thoughts? Can this be done?
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Printer port? Yep.

But only if your router supports it. Not all routers do. Since only you know the make and model of your router . . .

As far as sharing a printer goes, and easier solution is to connect the printer to the main PC, then share it over your network. Just turn on printer sharing, then look for it on the other PCs. Works for me for several years. 'Course, this PC must be on for the other PC to see it. Mine is.

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Thanks a ton!

Even I will do this so that it will be worth effective for me to get over this issue.

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