[CoLoCo] networking issues

Andrew keen101 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 9 00:36:29 BST 2008

This is quite old, but a neat idea. There are probably more recent ones out

Not sure if you can apply this to your situation or not. You could also just
buy one of those new printers from hp that have wifi capability too i


On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 5:17 PM, Jim Hutchinson <jim at ubuntu-rocks.org> wrote:

> You may recall I have been trying to use one wifi router to act as a bridge
> to a second host router. After a bit of work I got this to work but not
> well. The main problem is you have to turn of dhcp on the client router
> which means any device hooked up to it can't get an address unless it's
> static. Actually, even if that wasn't the case it still doesn't work well.
> My main issue is to be able to use the network printer that is connected to
> the client router from any other computer in the house (most of which
> connect to the host router). I can't find anything that works for doing
> this. It shouldn't be this hard. The printer is networked. I just need to be
> able to connect other computers to it even though it's not connected to the
> main home router. Does anyone know of a solution for me? This is getting
> frustrating. Why can't one router connect to another much the way any wifi
> card does and still be ablet to serve dhcp to anything connected to it?
> Thanks.
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