Thank you for your question.
I find that Dlink wireless products are such low quality that they are
only worth throwing away, as I have not had one work. Since their
competitors can make products that work, Dlink is not worth dealing
with in any fashion.
Try this product instead:
NetGear Wireless Print Server
It should work fine!
I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I also have never had much
luck with Lexmark printers, especially all-in-ones. Once I read
someone's advice on my particular Lexmark printer: "Buy a boat, take
it out to the sea, throw your printer overboard and you will have
saved yourself lots of money and time." This is a pretty apt
observation about Lexmark printers' performance. They are difficult
to get working properly, Lexmark has poor customer service, and some
of them are not even compatible with Windows XP. The problem may be
both your print server and your printer, and you may need to get a new
printer from a more reliable company such as HP.
If you need any additional clarification, let me know and I'll be glad
to assist you.