Netgear FR114P Print Server Installation for Windows XPJanuary 2007This chapter describes how to install and configure the print server in your Netgear Firewall/PrintServer Model FR114P.Below, the LPR section for installation under Windows XP is emphasized, because the trying to setup and get a Netgear Printer Port Driver to work can be rather unreliable and time-wasting. (Forexample, after installing the port Windows XP’s “Add Printer” wizard may not detect its presence.)This information was extracted from Chapter 7 of the Reference Manual for the ProSafe Wireless802.11g Firewall/Print Server Model FWG114P. The use of LPR does not feature in the FR114Pdocumentation, or at least I didn’t come across it before reading the FWG114P reference manual.Printing OptionsThe FR114P supports these methods for printing: ForWindows XP and 2000 Only: TCP/IP Line Printer Remote (LPR) Printing— No software needs to be installed— Windows XP or 2000 users can print directly to the firewall. Print jobs are spooled(queued) on each computer. The computer sends the print job directly to the LAN IPaddress of the FR114P. For Windows 95/98/Me, NT4.0, 2000, and XP: Netgear Printer Port Driver— Install the Netgear Printer Port Driver on Each computer.— After installing the Print Port Driver from the Resource CD for the ProSafe Wireless802.11g Firewall/Print Server Model FR114P (SW-10023-01) Windows users can printdirectly to the firewall. Print jobs are spooled (queued) on each computer. For Macintosh computers: LPR printing— No software needs to be installed— LPR printing can be set up on any Macintosh that has Desktop Printing installed oravailable. Desktop Printing is supported on MacOS versions beginning from 8.1.LaserWriter8 version 8.5.1 or higher is also required. For Windows NT 4.0 Server or 2000 Server: LPD/LPR Printing— No software needs to be installed— If using Windows NT 4.0 Server or Windows 2000 Server, LPD/LPR printing can be used.No software needs to be installed on either the Windows Server or each client computer.Print jobs will be spooled (queued) on the Windows Server, and can be managed using thestandard Windows Server tools.
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Setting Up the Print Server under Windows XP for the Netgear Model RT314PFor Windows XP and 2000, Use TCP/IP LPR PrintingFollow these instructions to set up TCP/IP printing on your Windows XP and 2000 PCs.Install the FR114P, connect your printerto the printer port on the FR114P, and runthe Windows Add Printer Wizard .a.Follow the instructions in the printedInstallation Guide or this manual toinstall your FR114P. Connect yourprinter to the printer port on the back ofthe FR114P.b.From the Windows Start menu of acomputer connected to the FR114P,click Settings Printers and Faxes.c.Click Add a printer.Click Next to proceed.d.Be sure to choose the Local printerattached to this computer option.Click Next to proceed.e.Add Printer WizardLocal or Network Printer screenOn the Select a Printer Port screen, besure to choose the Create a new port:option.From the Type of port: drop-down list,be sure to select Standard TCP/IP Port.Click Next to proceed.Select a Printer Port screenThis will start the Add Standard TCP/IPPrinter Port Wizard.Print Server7-2
Setting Up the Print Server under Windows XP for the Netgear Model RT314PComplete the Add Standard TCP/IP PrinterPort Wizard.a.Click Next to proceed with the AddStandard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard.The Add Port screen will display.b.From the Add Port screen, enter192.168.0.1, the FR114P default LAN IPaddress, in the IP Address field.Note: If you changed the default LAN IPAddress of the FR114P, be sure to usethe address you assigned here. The PortName is automatically filled in.Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port WizardAdd Port ScreenClick Next to proceed.c.d.e.In the Device Type section of theAdditional Port Information Requiredscreen, select Custom.Additional Port Information RequiredIn the Custom selection, click Settings.The Port Settings tab page opens. In theProtocol section, select the LPR radiobutton, and enter FR114P as the QueName in the LPR Settings section. ClickOK to close this tab page.Click Next to proceed.The Add Printer Wizard will nowprompt you to install the software for theprinter you attached to the FR114P.Additional Port Information RequiredPrint Server7-3
Setting Up the Print Server under Windows XP for the Netgear Model RT314PIdentify the printer connected to FR114Pprinter printer port.a.From the Install Printer Software screenselection lists, find the manufacturer andmodel of the printer you connected to theprinter port on the FR114P.Click Next to proceed.If the printer software is already installedon this computer, the Add Printer Wizardwill inform you and let you keep theexisting driver.b.The Name Your Printer screen promptsfor a descriptive name and if you want itto be the default. Enter your choices.Click Next to proceed.c.Add Printer Wizard Install Printer Software pageIf you do not see your make and modelprinter in the lists, and you are connected tothe Internet, you can click the WindowsUpdate button to download additional printersoftware from the Microsoft Web site, or youcan click the Have Disk button to install theprinter software from a disk you have.On the Printer Sharing screen, accept the“Do not share this printer” option andclick Next to proceed.Print a test page to verify successful printing on your network.a.Upon completion of the Add Printer Wizard, you will be prompted to print a test page.b.Check the printer attached to the FR114P to see that the test page printed successfullyIf you are unable to print a test page, see “Troubleshooting the Print Server“ on page -11.Note: If two long files are sent to the printer at once, Windows will pop up a print failureerror message. This message can be ignored. The file will print once the printer finishedprinting the first file.Print Server7-4
Setting Up the Print Server under Windows XP for the Netgear Model RT314PFor Windows 95/98/Me, Use the Netgear Printer Port DriverFollow these instructions to set up the Netgear Printer Port Drive on Windows 9x PCs.Install the Netgear Printer Port Driver andconfiguration utility software.a.Follow the instructions in the printedInstallation Guide or this manual toinstall your FR114P.b.Connect your printer to the printer port onthe back of the FR114P.c.Insert the Resource CD for the FR114Pinto the CD-ROM drive of a computerconnected to the FR114P.Warning: If you are installing the Netgearprinter port driver on a Windows computerwhere an Epson printer had been installed,you must disable the Epson Spool Manager.Failure to disable Epson Spool Managersoftware will prevent the Netgear printer portdriver from operating.To disable the Epson Spool Manager, run theEpson Spool Manager, select Queue Setupfrom the menu, click Use Print Managerfor this port, and click OK to exit.The CD main page shown at the rightwill load.d.Click the Print Server button.Follow the instructions for running thesetup utility.FR114P Resource CDe.Click Next to proceed through theNetgear Printer Port Installation Wizardsteps.Note: Windows 2000 or XP may requireyou to be logged on with administratorrights.Netgear Printer Port Installation WizardPrint Server7-5
Setting Up the Print Server under Windows XP for the Netgear Model RT314PSet up the Netgear printer port d river.a.Click Finish when the InstallationWizard is done.The Printer Port Setup utility displays,and queries the network to locate theprint server in the FR114P.After a short delay, the Printer Port Setuputility will display the port it finds in theFR114P print server.b.Netgear Printer Port Installation WizardNote: Under Windows95, you may receivean error message stating thatSETUPAPI.DLL was not found. In this case,you should upgrade your Internet Explorer toversion 5 or later.Click Add to add this printer port to yourcomputer.The Printer Port Setup utility will reportthat Port FR114P P1 has been added tothe computer.c.Click Exit to exit the Printer Port Setuputility.The Windows Add Printer Wizardautomatically runs.Netgea r Printer Port Setup UtilityPrint Server7-6
Setting Up the Print Server under Windows XP for the Netgear Model RT314PIdentify the printer connected to theFR114P printer printer port.a.From the Add Printer Wizard screenselection lists, find the manufacturer andmodel of the printer you connected to theprinter port on the FR114P.Click Next to proceed.If the printer software is already installedon this PC, the Add Printer Wizard willinform you and let you keep the existingdriver.b.Be sure to select the FR114P P1 port inthe Add Printer Wizard.Windows Add Printer WizardIf you do not see your make and model printerin the lists, and you are connected to theInternet, you can click the Windows Updatebutton to download additional printer softwarefrom the Microsoft Web site, or you can clickthe Have Disk button to install the printersoftware from a disk you have.Click Next.c.The Name Your Printer screen promptsfor a descriptive name and if you want itto be the default. Enter your choices.If prompted about Sharing, do not enableSharing.Click Next to proceed and finish the AddPrinter Wizard steps.Windows Add Printer WizardPrint Server7-7
Setting Up the Print Server under Windows XP for the Netgear Model RT314PPrint a test page to verify successful printing on your network.a.Upon completion of the Add Printer Wizard, print a test page.– From the Windows Start menu, select Setup Printers.– Highlight the printer you just added.– Right-click and the select Properties.The printer properties dialog box opens to the General tab page.– On the General tab page, click Print Test Page.Check the printer attached to the FR114P to see that the test page printedsuccessfully.b.If you are unable to print a test page, see “Troubleshooting the Print Server“ on page -11.Print Server7-8
For Windows 95/98/Me, Use the Netgear Printer Port Driver Follow these instructions to set up the Netgear Printer Port Drive on Windows 9x PCs. Install the Netgear Printer Port Driver and configuration utility software. a. Follow the instructions in the printed Installation Guide or this manual to install your FR114P. b.
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