I have 2 Linksys WRT54G routers with about 10 PC's on each router. One network has 2 shared printer that I would like to have access to by the PC's behind the new router.
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Both routers have WEP and MAC Address filtering turned on. How can I share the printers on the old network with the PC's on the new network. I'd like to do this without adding any routers or bridges. I was thinking of adding a 2nd wireless card to the machine that is hosting the shared printers.
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