At first I thought it would be a relatively quick & easy process to share a printer in my house but I was proved wrong as I will explain. I recently bought a Dell Laser Printer with both an Ethernet and a USB port with the intention of connecting it to my wireless router so it could be shared wirelessly (as you would think possible with a network enabled printer). I have both an iMac & a MacBook pro running Snow leopard with the printer's driver installed on both machines. Unfortunately that is as far as it goes! Neither of the Macs can see the printer in the Printer Preferences menu despite being successfully connected to the router wirelessly. I printed out the Standard Network Card / TCP/IP Configuration page and that stated that the printer is successfully connected to the network and had been assigned an IP address (That's what I interpreted it to say but realistically it if full of loads of networking jargon which I don't understand). I have uploaded a copy with addresses blocked out. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/32828120/Networked Printer.pdf I tried adding an IP printer through the Macs 'add printer' utility but it never actually connected to the printer. I tried this using numerous different addresses displayed on the network configuration sheet, none worked. I have also tried sharing the printer whilst it is connected via USB but still the other computer cannot see it. it would be good but not ideal if I could get this setup working, but I don't really want to have the printer tethered to a switched on computer in order to work. It defeats the purpose of a network enabled printer. The Printer works with both Macs whilst connected via USB so presumably it is not a driver or compatibility issue. Also I called Apple Tech support but they don't provide support for printers not connected directly to a Mac, understandable but a pain in the ass. Many thanks in advance for your support on this matter, Oisín.