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|We-Be||5:37pm on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|Solid product, limited printers covered Was easy to set up and install on my home network. Does what it says on the tin I was looking for a replacement print server for my home network, and this item is perfect.|
|cptnzod||1:30am on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|Does the job very well I have a mixed home network of Linux and Windows machines.|
|evilmrhenry||7:58pm on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|Ok first look at your router setup page and see if your IP address is 192.168.0.1 mine is 192.168.1.1, *not* like the quick setup is expecting. Worked great in the beginning with HP laser and Canon iPixma Poor installation instructions.|
|Nalum||12:43am on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|Bad experience and waste of time. First of all, the directions are not very clear. Also, the software that comes with the unit has no instruction.|
|rattaro||11:38pm on Friday, May 21st, 2010|
|The device is easy to set up if one actually reads the directions and has some minimal...|
|Namrata||8:11am on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010|
|Very Useful Product I recently purchased a DP-300U used on Amazon, it arrived with an IP Address different than the documented default. Not too painful to setup, but requires you know your network I received this print server and had it setup on 2 machines, my primary a Windows 7.|
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The DP-300Us two parallel printer ports are IEEE1284-compliant high-speed bi-directional port and its USB printer port is USB 2.0 port, which can transmit to high-speed laser printer much faster than a PCs parallel/USB printer port. High-speed laser printer connected to the Print Servers parallel/USB port can be operated at their full capacity. 1
Because the DP-300U is very portable and inexpensive compared to a PC-based print server, and Print Server connects to your file servers through the network, printers can be deployed to locations of maximum convenience to users.
The DP-300U offers extraordinary flexibility, operating with all major network operating systems and protocols: TCP/IP UNIX lpr/lpd (HP-UX, SunOS, Solaris, SCO, UnixWare, IBM AIX) Windows NT/2000, Windows 95/98SE/ME, Windows XP/Vista, NetWare 5.x NDPS LPR Remote Printing NetBEUI Windows NT/2000/XP, Windows 95/98SE/ME, Windows for Workgroups, Microsoft LAN Manager, IBM LAN Server AppleTalk MacOS EtherTalk Furthermore, the print server features a useful software: PS-Wizard. PS-Wizard is a user-friendly program used to complete further settings for the print server, and assists you to easily add a printer on your computer. See also the Using The PS-Wizard chapter in this manual for the details. The print server also supports configuration and management via the Telnet protocol for networks without Windows-compatible machines.
External Features Port Connectors The DP-300U has two parallel ports and one USB port located on its back panel. The ports are configurable using the Web Configuration Interface or the print servers Telnet interface. The Print Servers Web configuration permits users to configure settings through the web browser. Default IP Address of DP-300U is set as automatically getting from DHCP server or Router which build-in DHCP server.
NOTE: The PCs IP Address must be in the same subnet as the print servers IP Address for the two devices to communicate. (For example, if print servers IP Address is 192.168.0.10, with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, then your computers IP Address should be 192.168.0.x, where x is a value between 1-254, excluding 10.)
DC Power Connector USB Port Connector
Parallel Port Connector
Network Cable Connector
Network Cable Connector The Print Servers rear panel features an RJ-45 connector for connection to 10Base-T Ethernet cabling or 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet cabling (which should be Category 5 twisted-pair cable). The port supports the NWay protocol, allowing the Print Server to automatically detect or negotiate the transmission speed of the network. USB Port Connector The rear panel of the print server features the USB port connector. Plug this connector directly into the USB port on your network printer via a USB cable. Parallel Port Connector The rear panel of the print server features two parallel port connectors. Connect this port to the parallel port on your network printer with a parallel cable. DC Power Connector The DC power input connector is located on the Print Servers rear panel and is labeled DC 5V.
Front Panel LED Indicators The front panel of the print server features five LED indicators:
Power Steady green confirms that the Print Server is powered ON. Link/Act Steady green confirms that the Print Server has a good connection to the Ethernet or Fast Ethernet network. The indicator blinks off briefly to indicate that the Print Server is receiving or transmitting from the network. USB Lights up to indicate printing activity. LPT1/LPT2 Lights up to indicate printing activity.
These five indicators are also used by the Print Servers Power-ON Self Test (POST) to indicate any hardware failures.
Setting up the DP-300U Installing the Print Server WARNING: Configuration problems may result if the Print Server is powered up without first establishing its network connection.
Follow this procedure to avoid complications at the configuration stage. 1. Confirm proper operation of the printers to be connected to the DP-300U. 2. When you have confirmed proper operation of the printer, switch its power OFF. 3. Confirm that your network is operating normally. 4. Connect the DP-300U RJ-45 Connector to the network, using an Ethernet CAT5 cable. 5. While the printer is powered OFF, install the corresponding parallel or USB printer cable to connect the printers parallel port or USB port to the printer port of the Print Server 6. Switch on the connected printer. 7. Plug the AC power adapters DC output plug into the DC 5V power socket on the rear panel of the Print Server. 8. Plug the power adapter into a power outlet. This will supply power to the Print Server, as it has no external power switch. The green Power LED on the Print Servers front panel should illuminate steadily, and the Print Servers Self-Test will proceed. Power ON Self-Test Every DP-300U has been factory-tested to operate properly. When the DP-300U is powered ON, it also automatically performs a Self-Test on each of its major components. The final result of the Self-Test is signaled by the state of the LPT/USB LED indicator following the Self-Test. Preliminary to the actual component tests, the five LED indicators are tested to confirm their steady 6
and flashing operation. Immediately after power-up, all five of the green LEDs should illuminate steadily for several seconds. Then the LPT1, LPT2 and USB LED indicators should light OFF. Irregularity of any of the three LEDs during these LED tests may mean there is a problem with the LEDs themselves. The actual component tests immediately follow the LED tests. A normal (no fault) result is signaled by a simultaneous flashing of the LPT/USB LED three times, followed by a quiescent state with the LPT/USB LED dark. If the Self-Test routine traps any component error, then following the LED tests the Self-Test will halt and the LPT/USB LED will continuously signal the error according to the following table. In the event of any such error signal, contact your dealer for correction of the faulty unit.
LPT/USB LED On 1 long 3 short 1 long 5 short 1 long 6 short 1 long 8 short 1 long 9 short 1 long 14 short 1 long 18 short 1 long 19 short
Faulty Component DRAM error Flash Protected Flash Erase/Program error LAN Controller error LPT Controller error LPT error LAN MII error USB error PCI error
Getting Started Below is a sample network using the DP-300U. The DP-300U has a built- in Web-based management feature that allows users to easily configure and manage multiple print queues through TCP/IP.
For a list of printers that are compatible with the DP-300U, please see the Appendix in this manual. The compatibility list is not comprehensive. Even if it is not included in the list, your printer may be compatible with the DP-300U.
Using PS-Wizard This chapter will introduce you the installation and operation of a useful software program PS-Wizard. Auto-Run Installation Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive to initiate the Auto-Run program. The content of the Installation CD-ROM includes: View Quick Installation Guide - click to preview the Quick Installation Guide in PDF format for step-by-step instructions of the print server Installation. View Manual click to preview the User's Guide in PDF format for detailed information of the print server. Install Acrobat Reader click to launch Acrobat Reader for the viewing and printing of PDF files in the Installation CD-ROM. Install PS-Wizard click to install PS-Wizard to complete further settings for the print server, such as: - Changing IP address - Adding a printer on your computer in the easiest way. Close click to close the Auto-Run program.
PS-Wizard To avoid the conflict in your network, you can use PS-Wizard to change the related settings of your print server (such as the IP address) after finishing the installation of PS-Wizard on your PC. Installing PS-Wizard 1. Click the PSWizardSetup icon of the Installation CD-ROM, and then the system will prompt a window for you to select a desired setup language from its pull-down list. After done the selection of language, click OK to continue.
3. Have Disk: Click Have Disk to bring up the following window. Insert the manufactures installation CD-ROM to install the printer driver. After the correct driver is selected, click OK to continue.
After selecting the printer driver, the wizard will ask you to confirm your selection again in the following window. Beside, you are allowed to edit the name of the 17
printer in the Network Printer Name box and enable this printer as the default printer by checking the Use this printer as the default printer for Windows-based programs box. After you did the verification and configuration in the following window, click Next> to continue. Then the printer (e.g. HP Laser 2000 used in this manual) will be auto-created in Printers and Faxes as the following illustration.
When the following window shows up, you may do print test by clicking the Print Test Page to check if you can do printing normally. If yes, click Finish to exit the installation window and now you may start your printing tasks.
Using the Web Configuration Home To begin managing the DP-300U, simply launch the browser (e.g. Internet Explorer 6.0 used in this manual) you have installed on your computer and direct it to the URL address: dlink-xxxxxx, where xxxxxx are the last six digits of DP-300Us MAC address. The MAC address can be found on the bottom side of the DP-300U device. When you enter the correct URL, a password input dialog will pop up the following screen. Type admin in the User name box, leave the Password box as blank, and then click OK.
Then the main screen of the print servers configuration will appear (see below). In addition to the product information, you can access and control the print servers 20
configuration through five links on the top of this main screen: Setup, Advanced, Maintenance, Status, and Help. You may click a desired link from the bar, to display its submenu and select a desired option listed in the left column, and then the corresponding content will show up in the center column.
SETUP > Print Server Setup The Print Server Setup screen allows you to modify the Print Server Name and Port Settings, as below shows. D-Link does not recommend changing these settings unless asked by your network administrator.
After selecting the printer driver, the wizard will ask you to confirm your selection again in the following window. Beside, you are allowed to edit the name of the printer in the Network Printer Name box and enable this printer as the default printer by checking the Use this printer as the default printer for Windows-based programs box. After you did the verification and configuration in the following window, click Next> to continue. Then the printer (e.g. HP Laser 2000 used in this manual) will be auto-created in Printers and Faxes as the following illustration.
When the following window shows up, you may do print test by clicking Print Test Page to check if you can do printing normally. If yes, click OK to close the PS-Wizard dialog box.
If yes, then click Finish to exit the installation window and now you may start your printing tasks.
ADVANCED > Advanced LAN The Advanced LAN screen allows you to further network setting of print server. It is not recommended not to change the settings unless instructed to modify the setting by your network administrator. The Advanced LAN screen contains these fields: TCP/IP, Microsoft Network, and AppleTalk.
TCP/IP This field contains four options that allow you to configure the TCP/IP setting: DNS Server Address, UPnP, Mac Bonjour/Rendezvous, and Second HTTP Port. UPnP: This option allows you to enable or disable UPnP function. Mac Bonjour/Rendezvous: This option allows you to enable or disable Mac Bonjour/Rendezvous function. Second HTTP Port: This option allows you to enable or disable Second HTTP Port for remote Web Configuration and IPP Printing. Microsoft Network Enter the name of the Workgroup that you want the print server associated with in this field. AppleTalk Enter the AppleTalk Zone name in the box. In the following options, enter the related configuration, such as the printer type. Chooser Name: Display the print server's port name. Printer Type: Enter the printer's type in this box. PostScript Level: Select from the drop-down list (Level 1 or Level 2). Font Group: Select from the drop-down list.
ADVANCED > User Access The User Access screen allows you to create and maintain an authorized list of users that are allowed to access the print server.
User Access By configuring the Enable Authorised User List option (Yes), the user in the User List is permitted to access the print server. Any user who is not added in the User List will not be allowed to access the print server. Once you have changed the settings in each option, click Apply Settings to store the settings, or Cancel to abandon. Authorised Users You can add or delete any user to or from the User List at the bottom of the screen. It displays the current defined user and related information for the print server. 35
MAINTENANCE > Firmware Upgrade The Firmware Upgrade screen displays you the current firmwares information of the print server, and also allows you to upgrade the firmware of the print server when a new version of firmware is available. Click Browse to point to the firmware file, and then click Upgrade.
MAINTENANCE > Diagnostics The Diagnostics screen allows you to test the printing for LPT/USB port of the print server. After selecting a port, click Print Test Page to print a test page.
STATUS > Device Info The Device Info screen displays the status of your print server, printer, and network for your reference.
Print Server Status This field displays the information of the print server about the firmware version, MAC/IP address, and up time. Printer Status The items in this field display the information of the printer, such as the given name for the printer, speed, printer status, and status of your printing tasks, etc. LAN Status You can monitor the networking status in this field, including the network connection, speed, and the packets status.
STATUS > Network The Network screen displays the general Network status of your print server.
Auto IP This field contains the current settings of TCP/IP, including DHCP/BOOTP, UPnP, and Mac Bonjour/Rendezvous. The items in this field are configured in Advanced Advanced LAN TCP/IP Printing In this field, you can monitor the status of your printing tasks through TCP/IP. Microsoft Network Printing In this field, you can monitor the status of your printing tasks through Microsoft Network. Mac AppleTalk Printing In this field, you can monitor the status of your printing tasks through Mac AppleTalk. TCP/IP.
STATUS >Print Log The Print Log screen displays the printing record of the authorized users.
Print Log The items in this field display the user(s) information, which include the user(s) MAC address, IP address, name, and status of printing tasks.
HELP The Help screen provides you brief information about the print server for your reference.
Reboot If you want to reset the print server, you may just click Reboot for restarting.
Refresh Printer Status Click a port name to refresh the status of the connected printer.
TCP/IP Printing for Windows Vista Go to Start Control Panel Printers.
Click Add a printer.
Select the first option, Add a local printer, and then click Next.
Click OK to accept the location of the file.
You should now be back to the Network Properties Page. Highlight LPR for TCP/IP Printing and click Properties.
Click Add Port.
Type in the IP address and Port Name of the print server, which can be referred from the PRINTER SERVER STATUS and PRINTER STATUS of the print servers Web configuration, in the corresponding field, and then click OK. (The IP Address and Port Name here are just for example only.)
The IP Address and Port Name will be displayed in the following screen. (The IP Address and Port Name here are just for example only.) Click OK.
Windows will ask for a restart. Click Yes.
Once your computer has rebooted, click on Start
Printer. When the Add Printer Wizard screen appears, click Next.
Select Network Printer and click Next.
Type in the path if you know it; otherwise, click Browse.
At the following screen, browse for the printer port and highlight the port (e.g. dlink-1D6FA3 in this manual). Click OK.
If the network path is not specified, type in the IP Address and Port Name of the print server. Select Yes or No to enable or disable printing from MS-DOS based programs. Click Next.
Select Yes to print a test page. Click Finish.
To check whether the printer is installed, go to Start
Unix/Linux Printing Printing Text Files form Unix Text files on Unix systems contain lines that end with newline characters, as opposed to MS-DOS and Windows-related operating systems that end with a carriage return followed by a linefeed. Most printers require a carriage return/linefeed pair at the end of each line, making it necessary for some translation to be done before Unix text files can be printed on most printers.
For this purpose, you can define two printers for the same printer port, one that prints to the port itself, and one that prints to the port name with _TEXT added to the name. Files printed to the second port will be translated so that the printer has the carriage return/linefeed pairs that it needs.
For example, you could define a printer hp5l that prints to port PS-142634-P1, and a printer hp5lt that prints to port PS-142634-P1_TEXT. Your graphics files could then be printed to the hp5l printer, and raw text files could be printed to the hp5lt printer.
Printing form BSD Unix Versions For flavors of the Unix operating system derived from or related to the BSD releases, such as SunOS 4.x, Linux, BSD/OS, FreeBSD, or NetBSD, you can use the following procedure to enable users to print to a printer connected to your D-LINK network print server:
1. Log in as the superuser (root). 2. Add an entry for the print server in the hosts /etc/hosts file, giving a hostname for the print servers IP address. A line in /etc/hosts contains an IP address and one or more aliases for the host. For example: 202. 39. 74. 40 ps-142634 ps-142634.dlink.com.tw
If you use DNS (the Domain Naming Services protocol), you can add an address record entry to your DNS database for the print server. 3. Create a spool directory for the printer: On SunOS systems, create the directory as a subdirectory of /var/spool, with the same name as the printer (e.g., /var/spool/hp5l ). On Linux systems, create the directory as a subdirectory of /user/spool /lp. On BSD/OS, FreeBSD, or NetBSD systems, create the directory as subdirectory of /var/spool. 4. Change the owner and permissions of the directory so that it is owned and writable by group daemon, using the following commands: chown bin.daemon /var/spool/hp5l chmod 775 /var/spool/hp5l 108
5. Add an entry for the printer to /etc/printcap, similar to the following: hp5l:\ :lp=:sd=/var/spool/hp5l :mx#0:\ :rm=ps-142634:rp=ps-142634-p1: The meaning of each of the entries is described below. The directory path in the sd spool directory entry should match the directory name you created above. If your entry requires more than one line you can escape the newline with a backslash. 6. Issue the command lpc start hp5l to start a spool daemon for the printer. The printer will now be available for use. 7. Optionally, add another printcap entry (and issue another lpc start command) for a second printer, using the port_TEXT port. This second printer name can be used for printing text files. Entries in /ect/printcap begin with a name for the printer or a list of name, separated by | (a vertical bar). The entries used above are: lp= The lp entry is used to specify a local printer device. Since the printer is a remote printer, this entry should be blank. sd=dir The location of the printers local spool directory. mx#blocks The limit for print job files in the local spool directory; 0 means no limit. 109
rm=address The host where the remote printer is located, in this case the D-Link print server. rp=printer The name of the printer on the remote host. For the D-Link print server, the port name should be used. Note: this entry is case-sensitive.
Printing from SCO Unix System V/386 To allow printing to a printer attached to your D-LINK network print server from a SCO Unix System V/386 host.
1. Login as the superuser (root). 2. Add an entry for the print server in the hosts /etc/hosts file, giving a hostname for the print servers IP address. A line in /etc/hosts contains an IP address and one or more aliases for the host. For example: 184.108.40.206 ps-142634 ps-142634.dlink.com.tw
If you use DNS (the Domain Naming Services protocol), you can add an address record entry to your DNS database for the print server. 3. Change to the /dev directory, and issue the command mkdev rlp 4. The script will ask: Do you want to install or delet remote printing (i/d/q)? Answer i and press Enter to continue. 5. The script will ask: Do you want to change the remote printer description file /etc/printcap (y/n)? Answer y and press Enter to continue. 6. The script will ask: Please enter the printer name (q to quit): Enter an alias for the printer on the local machine and press Enter. This name should be the same as the destination port name.
1. Click the printer icon
at the bottom of the desktop.
2. Since no printer is set up so far, a prompt appears asking to run the printer configuration tool.
3. Click the OK button in the pop-up dialogue box to open the man Printer 114
configuration tool menu. Note that to use the Printer configuration tool you must have root privileges, and to start the application you may also type the command: redhat-config-printer.
4. Click the New button
in the Printer configuration tool menu.
Printer Configuration Tool menu 115
5. The Add a new print queue menu appears, click Forward to continue.
6. Enter a unique name for the printer in the Name text field. The printer name cannot contain spaces and must begin with a letter. The printer name may contain letters, numbers, dashes (-), and underscores (_). Optionally, enter a short description for the printer, which can contain spaces. Then click Forward to enter Queue type window.
7. Select Networked UNIX (LPD) in the Select a queue type pull down menu, enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is attached in Server field, and type the port name in queue field. Click Forward to select the type of printer.
8. Select the printer model.
If a printer has not been detected automatically, select the model from the list. You can manually select the name of the printer manufacturer from the Generic (click to select manufacturer) pull-down menu, and the printer model from the sub-list. Click Forward to continue.
9. The last step is to confirm your printer configuration. Click Apply button to confirm or Back button to modify the configuration.
10. Print a test page to make sure the printer is functioning properly. To print a test page, select the printer from the printer list, then select the appropriate test page from the Test drop-down menu.
Setting up Printing in Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) NOTE: Mac OS printing is supported by Postscript printers only! With Mac OS X Tiger (10.4), you can use Apple Talk, Bonjour, Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP Jet Direct-Socket printing through Print Server.
Click on this icon Preferences window as below.
in your Dock to open your System
Click on the Network icon in System Preferences menu to view the menu below.
Select the Apple Talk tab in the Network menu. Check to select the Make Apple 121
Talk Active option. Click on the Apply Now button and close the menu. Apple Talk is now active on the system. Now a printer can be added.
Adding a Printer Use the Go menu at the top tool bar and select Applications option and find the Utilities folder or open the Utilities folder directly in Go menu.
In the Utilities folder, find and select
to open Printer
List window. If no printer has been set up on your Macintosh, you will be prompted to add a printer. Click Add button on the pop-up dialogue box to open Printer Browser window.
Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) supports five printing protocols: 1. AppleTalk 2. Bonjour 3. Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) 4. Line Printer Daemon (LPD) 5. HP Jet Direct Socket To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon enabled or HP
button and follow the Jet Direct Socket enabled printer, click on the instructions to add an IP Printer beginning on Adding an IP printer session.
AppleTalk-enabled or Bonjour-enabled Printers To add an AppleTalk-enabled or Bonjour-enabled printer, click on the
button in the Printer Browser menu.
Select the printer model from Printer Name list and Connection type in the Printer Browser menu. The printer name selected should be the same as that appearing listed in the Printer Servers web manager. In the example here, the printer name is dlk-1A2AAA-P1. By default the Printer Browser will use the Auto Select for Print Using: to determine what printer configuration to use. This may also be manually selected in the Print Using drop-down menu by brand and model. Click the Add button to exit the Printer Browser window and implement the new setting. 125
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions. When the printer 126
appears listed it is ready for use. Quite the Printer Setup Utility and start printing.
Adding an IP Printer To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon enabled or HP Jet Direct Socket enabled printer, click on the IP Printer button in the Printer Browser window. Select the desired printing protocol from the Protocol drop-down menu.
Type the IP Address of the printer, the name will appear in the Name field when the printer is found. The Printer Browser will indicate that it is verifying the address. If the printer is found, the Printer Browser will state Valid and complete address under the Address field.
The printer utility is able to detect the printer and may automatically select the 128
correct printer driver in the Print Using field. Or manually select the printer-maker from the Print Using drop-down menu, and then select the printer model from the scroll-down list, or select Generic PostScrip Printer option from the Print Using drop-down menu if the model is not listed. To implement the setting, click Add button. The setup procedures for these three printing protocols (Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP Jet Direct Socket) are basically the same. Illustrated examples are include below for the sake of reference.
For set up LPD Printing: 1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is attached in Address field. 2. Type the port name in queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print Using drop-down menu.
For set up IPP Printing: 1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is attached in Address field. After that, type : 80 or : second port if print servers second port is enabled. 2. Type the port name in queue field.
For set up Socket Printing: 1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is attached in Address field. After that, type : 9100 for port 1, : 9101 for port 2 or : 9102 for port 3. 2. Keep the blank in queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print Using 132
When the Installable Options pop-up window shows up as below, click Continue button.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions. When the printer appears listed it is ready for use. Quite the Printer Setup Utility and start printing.
Setting up AppleTalk or LPR Printing in Mac OS X NOTE: Mac OS printing is supported by Postscript printers only! With Mac OSX you can use AppleTalk or LPR printers using IP protocols for printing through Print Servers. Open your System Preferences window and Click Network.
Select the AppleTalk tab in this window and check Make AppleTalk Active.
To print, open a document and select File 135
Print from the menu.
Select Edit Printer List from the Printer dialog box.
Click Add Printer 136
Select the printing protocol preferred, AppleTalk or LPR Printers using IP. In this example, AppleTalk has been selected.
AppleTalk protocol: After selecting AppleTalk, the Port Names of the Print Server 137
will be displayed. The Port Names shown here are examples only. Click on the Port to which the post-script printer is connected.
Then select the printer model from the dialog box displayed here. Click Add Printer and the Printer Port configuration is completed. Select the Printer Port just configured in the Print window. Click Print to print your document.
LPR Printers using IP protocol: When you select LPR Printers using IP Protocol, this window will appear. Type the IP Address of the Print Server into the LPR Printers Address field. In the Queue Name field, enter the Port Name of the post-script printer that is connected to the Print Server. The Port Name illustrated here is only an example. Select the printer model from the dialog box. Click Add and the process are completed. Close all Print Center windows, select the Printer Port that was just selected. Click Print to print the document.
Setting up AppleTalk Printing in Mac OS 9 NOTE: Mac OS printing is supported by Postscript printers only! The AppleTalk network protocol is used with computers using the MacOS operating system. It can be used for network communications over standard Ethernet or Fast Ethernet using the EtherTalk transport, or over a proprietary low-speed LocalTalk transport.
Print server can be used for network printing to PostScript printers. You can print from any MacOS computer connected to your Ethernet network, either directly using an EtherTalk connection, or indirectly through a LocalTalk-to-EtherTalk router.
NOTE: The Chooser name of a printer connected to one of the Print Servers ports is the same as its Port Name. If you are using AppleTalk printing, you will need to make sure that every Port Name is unique among all of the network printers in your AppleTalk zone. The Port Names shown in this manual are examples only.
To set up print server so that it can be used for AppleTalk printing: Make sure the AppleTalk protocol is enabled in your Macintosh. Make sure the PCs IP Address must correspond with the Print Servers IP Address in the same segment for the two devices to communicate. Launch the browser and enter print server web interface, select the ADVANCED tab, click Advanced LAN button and then scroll to the bottom to the AppleTalk protocol section If your AppleTalk network is divided into AppleTalk zones, you will have to specify 140
which zone the Print Server should be in. You should locate the Print Server in the same zone as most of the users who will be using it. If your network is not divided into zones, the AppleTalk Zone field should contain a single asterisk (*).
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