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Printer and Wireless Print Server--HELP ME!!!


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I cannot figure out how to use my setup my wireless printer. Here is my setup:
New Macbook pro
Belkin Wireless router
Netgear Wireless Print Server
Samsung ML-2010 Laser Printer

I have the router hooked to the modem, the printer hooked to the Netgear wireless print server. The printserver has an ip address that I can print to with my other Laptop (PC).
I have hooked the printer directly to the macbook pro and it prints fine.
How do I make it where I can print from my macbook wirelessly to the print server and connected laser printer?

I am new to mac, so baby steps!!
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WOW!!!
Everyone has been so helpful!!!

Guess thats what I get for being a newbie!!
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WOW!!!
Everyone has been so helpful!!!

Guess thats what I get for being a newbie!!
Does you MacBook actually see the Netgear server?

i.e when you select Add a Printer on the MacBook and then tell it to search for a network printer what happens?

Amen-Moses

Here is some info I found that may be of help:

http://kbserver.netgear.com/kb_web_files/N101570.asp
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You seem to have become a little shy, the words you are looking for are "Thank you Amen-Moses".

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