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QL-1110NWB

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QL-1110NWB

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Date: 26/10/2020 ID: faqp00100024_000

What is Ad-hoc mode?

Ad-hoc mode is a wireless network framework that does not have a central access point / router. Each wireless client communicates directly with each other. When the Brother wireless machine is part of ad-hoc mode network, it receives all print jobs directly from the computer sending the print data.

Illustrations shown below are from a representative product and may differ from your Brother machine.

Ad-hoc mode

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PT-P750W, PT-P900W, PT-P950NW, QL-1110NWB, QL-810W, QL-820NWB, RJ-2050, RJ-2140, RJ-2150

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