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Help! - AD HOC (peer-to-peer) connections between PCs and printer
can anyone advise please. I need to set up a permanent ad hoc network for a friend with a very minimal environment of:
2 x wireless laptops
1 x wireless Epson printer (sx235w I think)
I believe that wireless printers only support a single ad hoc connection. Short of buying a cheap wireless router just for printing, whats the best approach to allow both laptops to print?.
Options I've come up with which may or may not be possible are:
a) permanent ad hoc connection for laptop1, with laptop2 somehow printing via laptop1
b) set up laptop1 as a wireless router to manage wireless connections (overkill maybe?)
c) 3rd party software solution
Any suggestions welcome.
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