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I am using a Linksys wireless router with both my PC & MAC connected to with CAT 5 cable. I purchase a Linksys wireless print server to connect to my Canon MP 780 printer that is in the other room. The print server works great with the PC but I can get it to work on the MAC and Linksys dose not support MAC's. Dose anyone have any Ideas? OH my MAC is a G5 power mac tower duel 2.3 GHz.
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What model Linksys is this? Some Linksys Printservers support AppleTalk and some do not. I can check for you.
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It is one of the new one's WPS54G I called Linksys and they don't support apple they did not mention anything about Apple talk.
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Think I found something. Hang in there.

Ok, check this thread, 2nd poster down got it to work. Yours will be a different print driver but you should be able to get it to work.
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Think I found something. Hang in there.

Ok, check this thread, 2nd poster down got it to work. Yours will be a different print driver but you should be able to get it to work.
Ok I don't understand what do I search for?
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Ok I don't understand what do I search for?
I think the intended URL wasn't posted for you to click on
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I am so sorry. Somehow the URL did not get put in my reply. I was sure I pasted it in. Sorry. Here it is. If I can help you more in any way, let me know!

http://forums.macosxhints.com/archiv...p/t-24646.html
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