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Yes, you can definitely share one printer to multiple computers. All you need to have is a ethernet hub or some call it network hub and Cat5 cable. Ethernet Hub is a simple, small and inexpensive gadget to connect multiple computers together.For the Cat5 cable is popularly known as LAN cable. For you to share your printer, connect it on a ethernet hub as well as your computers using a Cat5 cable. Once everything is connected to the Ethernet hub fix the network and that's it. Everyone that is on the network can use the printer.
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hi YOU CAN FIND THE SOLUTION FOR YOUR HUB
Integrated/Included Cable Length
1.8m Belkin Pro Series USB Device Cable
1 x Power LED (Green), 4 x Port Indicator LEDs (Green)
Max. Load Per Port
USB 4-Port Hub, USB Device Cable (A-B), User Guide,
Power Supply Specifications
5 V DC 4 A (Provided)
Option to Expand/Cascade
Yes, via Hubs of this design (stackable) or other
High-Impact Plastic Enclosure
3 ethernet cables 1 ADSL modem and 1 hub is needed to network computers together.
1. connect telephone cable to modem and switch it on.
2. one end of an ethernet cable is connected to the modem . consider this master ethernet cable. connect the other end of this to the master hub port.
3.now connect pc and any hub port with another ethernet cable(ec) say ec1
4. likewise ec2 to another pc .
try this out to get net in both pc's