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Dlink or Linksys Print Server?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by lschul, Jan 26, 2005.

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  1. lschul

    lschul Thread Starter

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    I just hooked up a Dlink print server and it is working good, but I have a Linksys wireless card and I really like it. I am thinking about getting the Linksys print server just because of the brand name and because it is a newer model/design than the Dlink. Any opinions?
     
  2. isotonic_uk

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    I recommend the linksys, as we have had Dlinks in in our school and they have given us more problems.
     
  3. lschul

    lschul Thread Starter

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    Thanks that may be the way I go. I have an actiontec DSL modem and I figured why not use an actiontec wireless card, wrong - it gave me so many problems. I got this Linksys wireless card and it works EVERY TIME so I think well that may be the way to go. Plus the print server I am looking at is their newest so I bet it is a good one.
     
  4. gsmitheman

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    I have a dlink print server and it works fine.

    You claim your dlink print server also is "working good". I would wait for it to have problems myself, before replacing it.

    The linksys product can only be improved or get cheaper while you are waiting for your dlink to screw up.

    Just another opinion
     
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