Need to use Ethernet wired printer on wireless network. What kind of adapter?

A client of mine recently moved a Konica Minolta C352 printer to a new location in the building that has no wired network access. They need it to connect to the network wireless now.  Is there an adapter that will pick up the wireless signal and change it to a wired RJ45 connection?  
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If the existing wireless access point supports wireless distribution system (WDS), you can get another access point that supports WDS to connect the printer to.  WDS makes the two APs act as one, with only one of them needing a wired connection into the network.
257RobertsAuthor Commented:
Yes the existing access points support WDS and we I have it deployed in two AP's.  The ones we use however are commercial D-Links and are pretty expensive.  Will any access point that supports WDS work to connect to the existing ones, or do they need to be the same brand and model.  What about a wireless print server or bridge?  Any ideas on those?  Thanks.

What I use in these situations. I have used one on a Konica and can verify that it will work.

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257RobertsAuthor Commented:
coalnine, will order the bridge and post the results back.  I think it will work as you say.  Thank you both.
257RobertsAuthor Commented:
coalnine, worked perfectly, thank you!  elelbowitz, thanks for your comments also.
257RobertsAuthor Commented:
proven solution, just follow the setup as provided by the manufacturer
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