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Is it possible to bridge two routers?

By Techton ·
Is it possible to bridge two routers so that a print job can be sent to the router attached to the printer without using third party firmware.

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by robo_dev In reply to Is it possible to bridge ...

'Bridging two routers' means just eliminating one router and plugging the other network into the first router.

When you say 'router attached to printer', what are you referring to exactly? Do you mean a wired or wireless print server device?

What are you trying to accomplish? Do you have two separate networks, and you want your printer to be accessible to both?

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by Techton In reply to Clarify

I have one router to which my desktop is connected and the other router is connected to the printer via the ethernet cord. I want to be able to send print jobs from my desktop to the printer.

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