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Using a BT Home Hub 2.0 as a Print Server


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There's a USB socket on the Back of my BT Home Hub 2.0. I'm assuming one can connect a printer to this and use the hub as a print server. However, I can't find any advice on how to do this and BT's tech desk are no good at all.

I have Macbook Running Leopard and a HP DJ450 all of which works fine through a local connection.

Anyone here succeeded in making this work? If so, how?

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