Installing & Configuring Printers (part 3)

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Now we’ll explore how Bluetooth connectivity works with printer. Bluetooth, as discussed previously, connects a group of devices in close proximity to create a small, private network.  This can include printing devices as well with little or no configurations. Using Bluetooth technology to include a printer in this private network may or may not require additional software so that you can wirelessly connect to the printer.  It may or may not also require the use of Mini Bluetooth receiver/transmitter/adapter (think wireless mouse) to serve as a hub-like, centralize point of connection for all the Bluetooth enabled devices you want to connect to if for example, only one USB port is available. 802.11, which is WIFI connects similar to Ethernet-router-switch process in that it uses wireless router to connect and an SSID + password to synchronize with the Wireless router, we’ll diagram this process and explain the process flow that makes it work.
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