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Saw a Belkin device recently, it is a Bluetooth Access Point and Print
Server (URL below).
For a print server it appears more economically priced than
WiFi or wired LAN print servers.
Now the bluetooth access point would be quite useful, I've currently
Wifi access point plugged in to a 4 port router so I am wondering; if
was to plug the Belkin device into my router does this become part of
WiFi network, would computers on my 802.11b/g network be able to print
the printer connected to a bluetooth access point.
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