Connect ethernet device (printer) to wireless network
We're due to expand our wireless network over the summer (Bluesocket) to cover every classroom. This will mean our laptop trolleys will no longer have to carry around an AP and connect to a DP in the classroom (bonus); however some of the trolleys have a network printer on top which will obviously need connecting to the network.
We have some soon to be redundant netgear WAG102's but netgear seem to have made it so any wlan bridging is only netgear to netgear and also MAC based not SSID. I have found a few products online, we use procurve switches but the procurve device that does this task is a crazy £200; another possibility is a buffalo WLI-TX4-G54HP marketed as a solution for xbox/printers etc.
Just wondering if anyone had a experience with any ethernet > wireless devices?