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Home Network issues

I have DSL into a Actiontek DSL Gateway wireless
a netgear switch (10 rj45)
5 laptops (4 wireless)
2 Desktops
1 color laser printer with network connectivity

How do I connect it all together?

I can get to my internet but all but one computer can print.

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> you need to configure your wireless printer so that all computers will be able to detect it,your ISP or printer manufacturer will be able to configure that for you

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