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Connecting to Linksys as Router for Canon Image Runner 3300I

I recently moved my server/network from an office that was wired to my home office. At the office my IT guy had my Canon ImageRunner 3300I set up as a computer thru the network. Since I have moved office to home I no longer have a Server/network system. How can I connect my IR3300I thru my Linksys router so that I can print and scan to it from a stand alone computer? My IT person is on vacation and I am at a lost cause trying to figure this out.

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You can connect by using a hub. Then wire the hub to the machine and from hub to the stand alone pc. Still you have ot do some pc configuration to make the system running.

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