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I have an HP Laserjet 4200 base model, no USB, parallel only, and I want to put it on my wireless network.

Problem is that wireless parallel print servers seem to be kind of difficult to find.

So the question is; can I just buy one of these parallel to USB converter cables, plug that into a USB wireless print server [easier to find] and will it work?

Comments gratefully received!

Chip
 

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Trendnet products are good, and D-Link makes wireless parallel print servers as does Hawking Technologies. In addition to Tiger, newegg.com sells Trendnet and D-Link. Hawking is less well represented at the retail level, but can be purchased direct. Personally, I like Hawking products. I buy them from two of my wholesalers, and some of my corporate customers get them through other service providers.
 
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