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Cable/ADSL routers with print spooler

Peter R. Wood said:
> I have an SMC Barricade 7008ABR. It has the features you are interested
> in. I won't list them all here, but from my experience it has been a
> good piece of equipment. It has some features that you would normally
> find in commercial-grade equipment (serial port, rack-mount brackets) at
> a consumer price ($99 or less):

I noticed the following quote on the URL you referenced:
"For network printing the Barricade offers a built-in parallel printer
port. To configure the print server, simply plug the printer into the
Barricade, install the SMC Printer Port software drivers, and configure
your windows-based operating system."

But I take it that since this is a Linux list you successfully have Linux
clients printing to the print server? I assume that is the "Unix LPR"
support? And would this work with Mac OS X (perhaps via the gimp-print

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