Linksys wireless print server & HP multifunction printer compatibly

I have heard that there is an incompatibly with Linksys wireless print servers and HP multifunction printers. Is the incompatibly only when the printer is shared & the multifunction (faxing, scanning) is used over the wireless connection? OR will it not PRINT using a wireless Linksys print server at ALL. I want to setup my multifunction officejet printer using the wireless print server. I will NOT be sharing the printer or using the (faxing or scanning) functions over the wireless connection. I just want to print from my wireless laptop. I have already purchased the print server but I have not opened the package yet (WPS54G)

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You can print over a network with an HP multifunction without a problem.... done it plenty of times myself. It's the scanning and faxing where you're run into problems.

However, I just found this article HP's site's... a few models will let you scan over a network:
Long story short, you'll be fine since you only want to print over the wireless connection.
Well looks like masnrock got it to work so sound like it may work, but I can tell you I tried using a linksys print server with a usb hp multifunction.  The linksys would not detect that it had something plugged into the usb port with the hp multifunction.  It just kept saying the printer was offline, I tried the linksys with another regular hp usb printer, a laserjet 1012 and it worked fine.  Also the multifunction worked fine when plugged directly into the pc, so that defaintly seemed like a problem with the linksys and multifunction, because both devices worked independantly of each other, just not together.
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It's really a problem with network capabilities. Even with a wired print server (regardless of brand), only the print capabilities would work properly.
HP has a special printserver(wired)for multifunction printers.
You should be able to print,but anything else will not work.
Yeah and on the linksys I was saying I could not get anything to work not even printing.  The linksys device just would not detect the hp multifunction was there and therefore would never pass the print jobs on to the printer.
There are 2 types of driver software for HP:
1. Full feature
2. Basic feature

For use with printservers(doesn't matter who's) you use the basic drivers.

It seems as if the data sheet from Linksys says no.

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I'll be damned... that does show up as a small note on page 2. But in light of high concern, I would go ahead and exchange for another product. Probably a different brand for safety.
But you can do printing over a network with print server products. There are a few possble ways to go about it...

1) another brand of wireless print server
2) a wireless unit attached to a ethernet print server
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