how to network my printer, it has got no WI-FI support?

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You can always purchase a network print server which essentially connects the printer to this device via the USB cable (or parallel for older printers) and the print device would either connect to the LAN via wired Ethernet or Wireless.

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You can always purchase a network print server which essentially connects the printer to this device via the USB cable (or parallel for older printers) and the print device would either connect to the LAN via wired Ethernet or Wireless.

Or, if you have the printer hooked up to a computer that is always on and you just want to access the printer from another computer on the network, you can look into Windows built-in printer sharing feature (assuming you are running Windows). The print server that JorgeM suggested is a better way to go though in my opinion if you can spare the cash for one.

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