Can I use the WAN port on my print server to connect to an Ethernet port on my printer?
The print server includes a WAN port that serves as an uplink to a network infrastructure. This WAN port can use either a wireless or wired Ethernet connection, but not both simultaneously.
The print server can also serve as a wireless access point by using the wired Ethernet port as an uplink (WAN).
Since only one network port can be used at a time, the print server cannot make a wired Ethernet printer part of a wireless network infrastructure. To use a wired Ethernet printer in a wireless network infrastructure, you should use the USB port on the print server.