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Convert my printer wireless

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i Want to convert my epson tm-U220PD wireless with a print server i bought-> LINKSYS WPSM54G


The printer comes with a parallel por so i am using a sabrent cable to convert the port.

i installed the printer with the generic printer for text only and it works, the problem is when i try to configure it with print server wizard :(.....

while i was writing this, i found in this link (THIS LINK) the printers supported.

Why i dont see the print server in my network?
It is possible to use the printer even though it isn't in the supported printers?
In case it doesn't what printer can i use a little tiny one compatible?


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This printer is Impact Dot Matrix Printer. It could be very tricky to work with your Linksys print server or may not. But you can try that.

For setup your Linksys printer server follow this link:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5396340_set-vista-vista-windows-linux.html

You can setup your print server even it is not compatible with the printer.

There is optional daughter board on Epson printer which you can added and have wireless 802.11. It could be more expensive than having Linksys print server, but you definitely know is working.
 
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what is this option you are mentioning? where can i find it?
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