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All you need is the Wifi enabled laser printer and a Wifi enabled series of computers. You can also optionally use a router to connect several computers to the Internet. They all work together to have seamless Wifi connectivity and can be used in conjunction with a high speed internet connection such as cable, dsl, or other types of connections that can be shared due to their high bandwidth.

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    Look for the standard 802.11 n when shopping for products that can connect computers, printers, and the Internet together at a high rate of speed that also is the standard these days.

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There are two ways to network your printer.
1. You can just connect your printer to your computer and make this printer shareable on your network. The disadvantage with this method is, your computer and printer must be on when the other computers on your network want to print to this printer. You do not need to purchase a Jetdiredt Print Server card.
2. The other method is to install Jetdirect Print Server card in the blank slot in the printer. This method allows all computers on your network to access the printer any time provided it is switched on.
Of course in both these cases you need a working network and router/hub.
Please advise me which method you want to employ and I can then instruct you how to set your printer up on your network.

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