HP Jetdirect 690n IPv6/IPsec 802.11g Wireless Print Server For Sale



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HP Jetdirect 690n IPv6/IPsec 802.11g Wireless Print Server:
$76.0

HP Jetdirect 690n IPv6/IPsec 802.11g Wireless Print Server. Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. The picture shows the entire IO card from a HP Color LaserJet CP3525 Printer but the real value is the wireless Jetdirect card. More information for the printer and the IO card compatibility are More information for the wireless Jetdirect card is The IO card is thrown in as a bonus, it may not be useful to the buyer, but the wireless jetdirect card works in many different printer models. The card was used for a small business for several years, it worked great and has the latest firmware installed. The earlier generations of business class printers did not come with wireless capability, a separate wireless print server had to be purchased and installed. Modern printers all come with wireless capability. If you have an older business class HP printer and want to make it wireless this is what you need. Before purchase please check the links provided to ensure this card is compatible with your specific printer.


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