I recently had to setup one of these things for a customer.
Customer already had a wireless modem/router, so wireless on this device was a bit of overkill (but it was installed by another tech… not my choice).
The bizarre thing, is that the belkin printer manager software was installed on each PC, and to use the printer, you had to click on the printer manager icon (in order to open the printer manager software), select the printer, then hit the connect button. After the printing is complete, you had to hit the disconnect button, otherwise nobody else would be able to use the printer (or so I was told… I didn’t test this lack-of-functionality).
This is so counter-intuitive, that I had a look through the manual, and sure enough, there was a setup that was easier for the customer (but a bit more complicated for me).
It was just a case of setting up an “LPR” printer.
And it worked well (except for a stubborn Vista PC… it kept saying: “unable to install printer, operation could not be completed”, and then the vista print spooler would crash… it eventually got fixed… details in future post).
I also connect to the print server, and disable the wireless… why have 2 wireless devices, when they are just a few centimeters apart?
While I’m there, I also make sure all the DHCP and reserved IP addresses are correct.