I'm trying to make sure that this can be done, and here is my situation. In my graphics shop I have just built a new computer system using Windows 7 64bit OS. I am using a USB wireless internet device in the computer that connects to cable internet through a wireless router. The problem I have is that I need to connect a large format printer to this computer which only connects with a LAN cable. I remember the older computer using Windows XP 32bit I had to bridge connections or some such to get it to utilize the LAN port for the printer while also allowing access to internet through wireless USB device. Does Windows 7 work the same way where I will have to setup a separate connection and then bridge them or is this going to take some more tweaking to get to work properly? The printer itself has it's own IP address which I can get to in the printer and change if needed, but I just need to know if I can be able to use the printer while allowing the computer to access internet and the steps that I will need to go through to enable both. I cannot connect both the printer and computer directly to router as it would be too difficult to situate this way. I need to be able to use both connections and I've heard it can be difficult to setup properly. Any help would be appreciated.