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Can you tell us in a little more detail what you are wishing to do?
What model is your printer and how is it currently connected?
Let us know.
I think I understand, The way everything should work is that all of your devices connect to the same 2wire connection so that everything connects through your wireless network.
You should not have to connect to the 2wire then connect seperately to the printer.
If this makes sense let me know so I can help you set everything up.
Sorry to take so long to reply but you accidentaly opted me out of the question which locked me out.
Now, The simple answer is yes you can, Theoreticaly you could hook up as many machines as you want to the printer atthe same time it is connected to the wireless, it just depends on how many connections the printer has.
Yo ucan connect multiple machines via wireless and connect the printer directly via USB at the same time, It wont hurt a thing.
Also when you connect multiple machines via different methods they will work together so that if you print for 2 or more machines at the same time they will all take their turn and print.
Does this answer your query?