3510 printer: direct internet windows wireless printer

just to check: on my WIN 7 PC, I cannot not BOTH

Print via direct wireless (WD) on my 3510

AND

internet access on my network (WHN) wireless home

i unless:

(using WIN 7) switch between the WD network and the network WHN

or

manually disable WD on the 3510?

This is inherent in the implementation of WIN7/WD?  Yes/No?

Hello

Indeed by connecting to the Direct wireless network you will have no access to the internet, it is an expected behavior:

Wireless connection issues > How do I print wirelessly without a wireless router? > Downsides to peer-to-peer networking:

Your computer can only connect to one wireless network at a time. When it is connected to your printer, it cannot also connect to a wireless router (for Internet access, for example).

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/campaigns/wireless-printing-center/faq.html

To obtain the complete network features, need you a router to connect to the printer and the internet.

Shlomi

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