2-PortUSB Print ServerShare your USB printers with yournetworked computers802.11gHighSpeedMode2.4GHz Wireless802.11g2.4GHz Wireless802.11b2.4GHz WirelessEWiredMbpsMbpsUser ManualEthernetEthernet10/100 MbpsF1UP0301
Table of Contents1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Home Networking Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Product Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Applications and Advantages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Knowing your Print Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Connecting the Print Server Using the Setup Wizard . . . . . . 94 Setup for Advanced Users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Web Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Accessing Web Configuration Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Home Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16Login Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Print Server Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Upgrade Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18System Settings (Change Password) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Printing to Multiple Servers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Adding a Belkin Port Monitor (Advanced Menu) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 Belkin Port Monitor Advanced Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23Opening the Belkin Port Monitor Advanced Menu . . . . . . . . . . . 23Adding a Second Belkin Port Monitor andconfiguring it for a Specific Print Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248 Using the Print Server for FTP Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26Sending Print Jobs to Printers Connectedto the Print Server using FTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 279 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3010 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
IntroductionBelkin home networking lets you easily enjoy theseadditional advantages Share one high-speed Internet connection with all the computersin your home Share resources, such as files, and hard drives among all theconnected computers in your home Share a single printer with the entire family Share documents, music, video, and digital pictures Store, retrieve, and copy files from one computer to another Simultaneously play games online, check Internet e-mail,and chatWhat types of connections are used to create a home network?The two common ways to set up a home network are with wirelessand wired technologies.Advantages of a wireless network: Mobility – you’ll no longer need a dedicated “computer room”—now you can work on a networked laptop or desktop computeranywhere within your wireless range Easy installation – Belkin Easy Installation Wizard makessetup simple Flexibility – set up and access printers, computers, and othernetworking devices from anywhere in your home Easy Expansion – the wide range of Belkin networking productslet you expand your network to include devices such as printersand gaming consoles No cabling required – you can spare the expense and hassle ofretrofitting Ethernet cabling throughout the home or office Widespread industry acceptance – choose from a wide rangeof interoperable networking products112345678910sectionThank you for purchasing the Belkin USB Print Server. Now youcan share your USB-equipped printers with your wired network.The Belkin USB Print Server allows you to connect up to two USBprinters directly to your network, eliminating the need to have adedicated PC for printing. It offers an easy installation and setup thathas you sharing printers in minutes. Please read through this manualcompletely to be sure that you are getting the most from your newBelkin USB Print Server.
IntroductionWireless Networking SpeedCurrently there are three levels of wireless networking standards,which transmit data at very different maximum speeds. Each is basedon the designation 802.11x, so named by the IEEE, the board that isresponsible for certifying networking standards. The most commonwireless networking standard, 802.11b, transmits information at11Mbps; 802.11a and 802.11g work at 54Mbps See the followingchart for more detailed information.Wireless ces such ascordless phonesand microwaveovens. Mayinterfere withthe 2.4GHzunlicensed bandCommonhouseholddevices such ascordless phonesand microwaveovens. Mayinterfere withthe 2.4GHzunlicensed band5GHz uncrowded bandCompatibilityCompatible with802.11gCompatible with802.11bIncompatiblewith 802.11b or802.11gRangeDepends oninterference typically 50-300ft. indoorsDepends oninterference typically 50–300ft. indoorsLess interference- range istypically 50-100feetAdoptionMature - widelyadoptedExpected tocontinue to growin popularitySlow adoptionfor consumers more popular inbusinessPriceInexpensiveMore expensiveMost expensive2
Introduction Low cost – on average, wired networking devices are lessexpensive than wireless networking devices2 Faster speeds – common speed is 100Mbps with recenttechnology providing up to 1000Mbps3 Flexibility – set up and access printers, computers, and othernetworking devices from anywhere in your home4 Better range – wired Ethernet technology provides distanceof up to 328 feet (without a repeater), while wireless range istypically 150 to 200 feet5 Existing wired infrastructure – because of the maturity of wiredtechnology, some new homes are built with an Ethernet cablinginfrastructure Widespread industry acceptance – a wide range ofinteroperable networking productsCombining wired and wireless technologies.Since wired technology has been around longer, you might alreadyown some wired networking products. In this case, considercombining the two technologies to create a super-efficient, costeffective home network.3678910section1Advantages of a wired network:
IntroductionPlacement of your Wireless Networking HardwarePlease note that to ensure the performance of your wireless network,you must carefully plan the positioning of your wirelessnetworking hardware.Examples of Wireless Networking Hardware: Wireless Router Wireless Range Extender/Access Point Wireless Notebook Network Card Wireless Desktop Network Card Wireless USB Network Adapter Wireless USB Print Server Wireless Ethernet AdapterWireless technology is radio-based, which means connectivityand throughput performance between devices decreases whenthe distance between devices increases. Other factors that willcause signal degradation (metal is generally the worst culprit) areobstructions such as walls and appliances. As a result, the typicalindoor range of your Wireless devices will be between100–200 feet.The Wireless Router is the central connection point of the network,with all wireless clients (i.e. wireless notebook network cards,wireless desktop network card, and wireless USB adapters) attachedto it. In order to achieve the best wireless network coverage foryour connected computers, your Router should be placed as closeas possible to the center of the area that your want to cover withantennas pointing UP. In multistory homes, place the Router on a floorthat is as close to the center of the home as possible; this may meanplacing the Router on an upper floor. Wireless devices work best ina line-of-sight situation where there are no obstacles between thewireless client and the Router.4
Introduction 2.4GHz cordless phones Microwave Ovens Refrigerators Washer/Dryer Metal Cabinets Metallic-based UV tinted windows123Note: While the above items can affect network performance, yourwireless network still will function, although probably not at itsmaximum effectiveness.For more information regarding our networking products visit ourwebsite at www.belkin.com/networking or call us at 877-736-5771.456789105sectionTry to avoid placement of wireless devices near:
OverviewProduct Features Integrated, easy-to-use Print Server Setup Easy Installation Wizard Ethernet interface, for operation in virtually all Ethernet networks Easy installation and use LEDs: Power, Ethernet link, Status, and ErrorApplications and Advantages Temporary LANs for special projects or peak time Sets up temporarynetworks such as at trade shows, exhibitions, and construction sites,which need networks on a short-term basis; also companies that needadditional printers for a peak activity period. SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) networking needs Provides easyand quick small network installations that SOHO users needProduct SpecificationsStandard:802.3 IEEE, 802.3u IEEENetwork Interface:1 LAN, 2 USBPower Consumption:Input: 100-110v 0.4A, 50-60HzOutput: 5v, 2.0AOperating Temperature:0 – 55 degrees CStorage temperature:-25 – 70 degrees CHumidity:Max. 95% (non-condensing)System Requirements Printer compatible with USB 1.1 USB cable for each printer PC with Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, XPPackage Contents Belkin USB Print Server Installation Software CD User Manual Quick Installation Guide Ethernet Cable6
Overview1Knowing your Print Server3(a)(b)4(c)5(d)67(a) PowerLEDSolid:Server is ONOff:Server is OFF89(b) LAN LED10Solid:Connected to EthernetOff:Ethernet disconnectedBlinking:Transferring dataGreen:10Mbps device connectedAmber:100Mbps device connected(c) Status LEDSolid:OKBlinking:Attempting to obtain IP address while booting, or printingin progress(d) ErrorSolid (Red): Printer missing or printer errorOff:OK7section2
Overview(a) Printer 1/Printer 2These ports are used to connect one or two USB printers.Note: These ports cannot be expanded using a USB hub.(b) Ethernet PortThis port is used to connect the Print Server to an Ethernet networkvia CAT5 cable.(c) Reset/Test Button (3 functions)Print Page: For most printers, this function results in a test pageto be printed. The test page will include Print Server settingsincluding the IP address and other information that might be handyfor troubleshooting the Print Server. To print test page, depress theReset/Test button momentarily.WARNING: Some printers do not support this function.Reset: To reset or reboot the Print Server to existing settings,depress the Reset/Test button for five or more seconds.Restore Factory Defaults: To restore the Print Server to factorydefaults, depress the Reset/Test button for 10 seconds whilepowering up the Print Server.8
Connecting the Print Server Using the Setup Wizard1Make sure that each computer can print to the USB printer beforeinstalling the USB Print Server.Connect your printer directly to each computer on the networkand install USB printer drivers (see your printer documentationfor detailed instructions). The Print Server requires that thecorrect drivers are loaded and working (printing) before the PrintServer is installed.When installing printer drivers, install as: Local printer, not network printer USB port Not to be shared Default printer for all printing (if desired)Insert the Print Server Setup Wizard CD into your CD-ROM driveon the first PC.Note: If the Print Server Setup Wizard does not start upautomatically, select your CD-ROM drive from “My Computer”and double-click on the file named “Setup” on the CD-ROM.3.456Note: Verify functionality on each computer by printing a testpage prior to moving to the next installation step.2.3The Wizard will start.Note: The Wizard will remind installer that step 1 needs to bedone before continuing. If step 1 is complete, click “Next” toproceed. If not, please stop Wizard and complete step 1 forall computers.978910section1.2
Connecting the Print Server Using the Setup Wizard4.Follow instructions from each screen of the Print ServerSetup Wizard.5.When you see the following screen, installation is complete forthat PC. Click “Quit” and remove the CD from your computer.Important: Repeat steps 2-5 for each additional PC you would liketo print from.6.Enjoy your Print Server!10
Setup for Advanced Users1Install Print DriversBe sure to install the necessary print drivers on each computer thatwill be accessing the Print Server.23Set Up Print ServerPlug your printer’s USB cable (power on) into thePrint Server.42.Connect the included Ethernet cable into the Print Server and toan available Ethernet port on your router or switch.53.Power up the print server. Allow approximately one minute forthe Print Server to boot.64.Verify that the Status light is illuminated and that the Error light isnot illuminated.5.Determine the Print Server’s IP address, using one of thefollowing methods:a)b)New Print Servers are configured to receive IP addressesdynamically. If your network has a DHCP server, the PrintServer will obtain an IP address from your network. If the DHCPserver supports a client list, the client list will list the IP addressassigned to the Print Server. If a DHCP server is not available,after 1.5 minutes the Print Server will revert to 192.168.2.253.If the Print Server has been configured previously, then it willhave been set to a static IP address that could be different forevery network.Note: Restoring factory defaults on the Print Server byholding in the reset button for 10 seconds while repoweringthe Print Server will restore the IP address to dynamic.c)Run the program “PSF.exe” from the Installation CD. This willfind the IP address and link automatically to the web-basedmanagement interface.d)Go to the last step of the Print Server Installation Wizard, whichhas an Advanced button that finds the IP address and linksautomatically to the web-based management interface.1178910section1.
Setup for Advanced Users6.Verify that the computer is in the same subnet as the Print Server(The first three octets of the IP addresses are the same).7.Type the Print Server’s IP address into your Internet browser fromany computer. For example, if your IP address is 192.168.2.225,type “192.168.2.225” (do not type in anything else such as“http://” or “www”). Then press the “Enter” key.8.Clicking the “Login” button or clicking on any one of the links onthe home page will take you to the login screen. The Print Serverships with no password entered. In the login screen, leave thepassword blank and click “Submit” to log in.9.Set the IP address for the Print Server by clicking “IP Address”(see “Web Interface – IP Address” for more info).10. Cycle power on the Print Server to reboot it to thenew configurations.12
Setup for Advanced UsersConfigure Computers to Print to the Print Server11.Install Port Monitor software on each computer by running“instport.exe” from the CD.22.Configure the Belkin Port Monitor on each computer printer driverto point to the correct Print Server as follows:3In Windows, select the printer’s properties for the printerconnected to the Print Server and select the “Port” tab,select the Belkin port, and click “Configure Port.”.45678910b)On the “Belkin Port: Properties” window, click “Locate Servers”.c)On the “Available Servers” window, select the Print Serveryou want to print to.13sectiona)
Setup for Advanced Usersd)Click “OK” to close. On the “Belkin Port: Properties” window,the name of the Print Server you selected will appear. Click“OK” to close.e)On the Ports tab, disable bidirectional support if currentlyenabled. Click “Apply”.f)Click “OK” to close.g)If there is a second printer connected to the Print Server,select the properties for that printer and click the “Ports”tab; select the Belkin port that was just configured.Note: If more than one Print Server is available on your network,refer to the section “Printing to Multiple Print Servers”.14
Web ConfigurationAccessing the Web Configuration MenusConnect the included Ethernet cable into the Print Server and toan available Ethernet port on your router or switch.2.Power up the Print Server. Allow approximately one minute forthe Print Server to boot and obtain an IP address.3.Determine the Print Server’s IP address, using one of thefollowing methods:a) New Print Servers are configured to receive IP addressesdynamically. If your network has a DHCP server, the Print Serverwill obtain an IP address from your network. If the DHCP serversupports a client list, the client list will list the IP addressassigned to the Print Server. If a DHCP server is not available,after 1.5 minutes the Print Server will revert to 192.168.2.253.234567b) If the Print Server has been configured previously, then it willhave been set to a static IP address that could be different forevery network.8Note: Restoring factory defaults on the Print Server by holding in9the reset button for 10 seconds while repowering the Print Serverwill restore the IP address to dynamic.c) Run the program “PSF.exe” from the Installation CD. Thiswill find the IP address and link automatically to the web-basedmanagement interface.d) Go to the last step of the Print Server Installation Wizard,which has an Advanced button that finds the IP address and linksautomatically to the web-based management interface.1510section1.1
Web Configuration4.Type the Print Server’s IP address into your Internet browser fromany computer. For example, if your IP address is 192.168.2.225,type “192.168.2.225” (do not type in anything else such as “http://”or “www”). Then press the “Enter” key. P74390-A page 12Web Interface – Home PageAfter entering the IP address of the Print Server, you will see the screenillustrated below. This page shows most critical configuration information forthe Print Server. To modify settings, choose a topic from the menu on the leftof the screen.16
Web Configuration1Web Interface – Login ScreenClicking on any menu item will cause a login prompt to appear. If a passwordhas been set previously, enter it here. New Print Servers ship withoutpasswords; if this is the case, click “Submit” to continue.23467Web Interface – IP AddressThis menu allows the user to set a Static IP address, or to set the PrintServer to obtain an IP address automatically as a DHCP client. AlthoughBelkin designs the Print Server to obtain an IP address automatically, runningthe Wizard will change the IP address to static. Static is the recommendedmethod of operation, since the computer will be configured to print toa specific IP address which, if changed, would make the Print Serverinoperable.Note: When choosing an IP address manually, be sure to choose a uniqueIP address in the same domain (first three sets of digits the same) as thegateway of your network.178910section5
Web ConfigurationWeb Interface – Print Server ConfigurationThis menu allows the user to modify the following parameters: Print Server Name: This field identifies the Print Server by name,and each Print Server has a unique name. Unique names arecritical in a network with more than one Print Server. If the userwishes to change the name, make sure to use unique names. Raw Printing: This feature allows clients to print to the PrintServer using the standard TCP/IP printer port built into WindowsXP and 2000 instead of the Belkin Port Monitor. Using RawPrinting requires the user to configure all port parametersmanually and is not recommended for users unfamiliar with TCP/IP printing. FTP Printing: This feature enables the printer to receive print jobssent by FTP (see FTP Printing for detailed instructions). Disablingthis feature will prevent FTP jobs.Web Interface – Upgrade FirmwareThis menu allows the user to upgrade the Print Server’s firmware. Beforerunning this application, download the new firmware from the Belkin website atwww.belkin.com. Be careful to take note of the location of the downloadedfile on your computer’s hard disk. After downloading, click “Browse” on the18
Web Configurationscreen shown below, select the file name of the downloaded firmware, thenclick “Apply Changes”. The firmware upgrade will take a few minutes.Note: Do not interrupt the process by removing power from the PrintServer or you could cause permanent damage to the device.123467Web Interface – System Settings (Changing Password)The Print Server ships with NO preset password. If you wish to seta password for greater security, be sure to choose a password thatyou will remember, and make a note of it. This utility will require youto enter the new password twice. If you are entering a password forthe first time, leave the “current” password field blank. Press “ApplyChanges” when done.The Web page auto-refresh interval setting can be changed in thismenu. If you want a slower or faster interval, choose a number in therange and press “Apply Changes”.198910section5
Printing to Multiple Print ServersIf more than one Print Server is available on your network, and somecomputers need to be able to print to more than one Print Server, youwill need to install the included Belkin Port Monitor (a virtual printerport) software on your PC. The Belkin Port Monitor can then beconfigured to select different Print Servers on your network to handlespecific print jobs.Adding a Belkin Port Monitor and Configuring It for a SpecificPrint Server1.In Windows, select the printer’s properties and select the “Ports” tab.2.Click “Add Port”.A window showing the printer ports installed on the PC will open.Select “Belkin Port” and, in the “Printer Ports” window, click“New Port”.20
Printing to Multiple Print Servers3.In the “Enter New Port” window, enter a unique name for the portand click “OK”.12344.Click “Close” on the “Printer Ports” window.5.On the “Ports” tab, select the newly created port; click “Configure Port”.5789106.On the next window (Belkin Port 2: Properties), click the “LocateServers” button.21section6
Printing to Multiple Print Servers7.On the “Available Servers” window, select the Print Server towhich you want to print.8.Click “OK” to close. In the “Belkin Port 2: Properties” window,the name of the Print Server you selected will appear inthe window.9.Click “OK” to close.10. Repeat these steps for each additional Print Server onyour network.Warning: When configuring the Port Monitor to send jobs to aspecific Print Server, make sure that the correct port is selectedfor the printer driver in Windows and that the correspondingprinter is actually connected to the Print Server that the port isindicating. Mismatching printer drivers, ports, and Print Serverswill result in failed print jobs or error prints of multiple pages ofindiscernible characters.22
Belkin Port Monitor Advanced MenuIn most cases, the Belkin Port Monitor (a virtual printer port) softwarewill be automatically installed and configured by the Print ServerSetup Wizard. Some advanced users may choose to manuallyconfigure the Belkin Port Monitor software. This can be achieved byusing the Belkin Port Monitor’s Advanced Menu, which allows theuser to enter a specific Print Server’s IP address and to designatea specific printer or “queue” for print jobs connected to that PrintServer. The Advanced Menu features help when there is more thanone Print Server available on your network, and when print jobs failbecause the Port Monitor cannot determine the name of the printer.Opening the Belkin Port Monitor Advanced Menu1.23456789102.In the “Belkin Port: Properties” window, click the “Advanced” tab.23sectionOn the “Available Servers” window, select the Print Server towhich you want to print.1
Belkin Port Monitor Advanced Menu3.The Advanced Menu has fields to enter the Print Server’s IPaddress and the queue name and the port number.Note: The port number field by default is 515. In most cases, theport number should not be changed.Adding a Second Belkin Port Monitor and Configuring It for aSpecific Print Server1.In Windows, select the printer’s properties and select the “Ports” tab.24
Belkin Port Monitor Advanced Menu2.Click “Add Port”. A window showing the printer ports installed onthe PC will open. Select “Belkin Port” and click “New Port”.12343.On the “New Port” window, enter a unique name for the port andclick “OK”.564.Click “Close” on the “Printer Ports” window.5.On the ‘Ports” tab, select the newly created port and click“Configure Port”.89106.Click the “Advanced” tab.25section7
Using the Print Server for FTP Printing7.Add the Print Server’s IP address and the queue name of theprinter you want to select for the port. The queue name “lp1” willpoint the port to the printer connected to the printer 1 USB porton the Print Server. The queue name “lp2” will point the port tothe printer connected to the printer 2 USB port on thePrint Server.8.Click “OK” to close.Warning: When manually configuring the Port Monitor to sendjobs to a specific printer, make sure that the correct printer driveris selected and that the Port Monitor’s queue name correspondsto the USB port that the printer is connected to on the PrintServer. Mismatching the drivers or queue names will result infailed print jobs or error prints of multiple pages ofindiscernible characters.26
Using the Print Server for FTP PrintingSending Print Jobs to Printers Connected to the Print ServerUsing FTP1.In Windows, select the printer’s properties.12345672.Set the printer port to “File”, click “Apply”.91027section8
Using the Print Server for FTP Printing3.Print the document using the printer that you configured. Adialogue box will open prompting you to name the print file.After naming the file, click “OK”. A file will be saved to the user’sdefault Windows directory (typically “C:\” or “C:\Documents andSettings\ user’s name ”).4.On the Windows desktop, click “Start Run” and type in “cmd” forWindows XP and 2000 or “command” for Windows 98SE and Me;click “OK” to open a “Command/MS-DOS Prompt” window.5.At the prompt, type “ftp” followed by the IP address of the PrintServer; press the “Enter” key to create an FTP connection withthe Print Server.28
Using the Print Server for FTP Printing6.When the connection is made, the user will be prompted toenter a user name and a password. The user name for the PrintServer is “anonymous”; the password should be left blank. Aftera successful login, a list of the printers connected to the PrintServer will appear, followed by simple usage instructions for howto print the file.1234567At the prompt, type “put”, followed by the file path and file name,followed by the printer number (for example, put c:\example printer1).8910128.The file will be sent to the Print Server. When the transfer iscomplete, another prompt will appear. If finished, type “quit” andpress “Enter” to end the FTP session. Then, close the “CommandPrompt” window.Note: FTP Printing by default is enabled in the Print Server. Itcan be disabled using the Print Server’s Web-BasedSetup Interface.29section7.
TroubleshootingCannot find Print ServerIf the Wizard cannot find your Print Server even though it appearsto be functioning properly, the problem may be that the Ethernetcable connected to the Print Server and Router may be loose.Check to see that the Ethernet cable is connected properly andtry repowering the Print Server and your Router.Note: When connecting your Print Server to your network, orwhen you disconnect and reconnect or replace the router towhich your Print Server is connected, be sure to restore factorydefaults on the Print Server by holding in the reset button for 10seconds while repowering the Print Server. This will restore theIP address to dynamic to establish a new IP address to be usedwith the new network or router. It could be that the computer is set to print to the wrongprinter. Verify that the printer connected to the Print Serveris set as the “default printer”. When troubleshooting a printing problem, try to determinewhether any of the computers on the network can accessthe Print Server. If some computers can print, and somecannot, then the problem is most likely not the Print Serveror the printer, but the printer driver settings on the specificcomputer. In this case, run the Print Server Setup Wizardagain to reconfigure the computer. If this still doesn’t correctthe problem, delete the printer driver from your computer.Reinstall it using the manufacturer’s CD that came with yourprinter (it should direct you to check the manufacturer’swebsite for updated drivers); then run the Setup Wizardagain. In some cases, drivers from a printer manufacturermight support Print Servers in Windows XP or 2000, butnot Windows 98. Check the Belkin website for compatibilityissues at http://web.belkin.com/support/F1UP0301. If none of the computers can access the Print Server,then either:1. The Print Server has not been configured correctly (in thiscase, rerun the Setup Wizard);2. Or, the printer you have connected to the Print Server doesnot support a print-server connection. Check the Belkinwebsite for printer compatibility issues at:http://web.belkin.com/support/F1UP0301.30
TroubleshootingIf the Print Server has been configured before, and the IPaddress has already been set to another subnet, the best solutionis to restore factory defaults on the Print Server. Do this byholding down the reset button while repowering the Print Server.After a reset, the Print Server will generally receive an IP addressin the correct subnet.“No printer” error screen appears during setup. In most cases,this error occurs when the printer is not powered on, or it is notenabled (or online). After you have checked this, make sure thatit is not out of paper or jammed. Some printer
The Wireless Router is the central connection point of the network, with all wireless clients (i.e. wireless notebook network cards, wireless desktop network card, and wireless USB adapters) attached to it. In order to achieve the best wireless network coverage for your c
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USB duplicators with built in hard drive allows for an additional USB target port. The Kanguru USB Duplicator copies the content of a master USB device to up to nine drives . With fast copy speeds of up to 10 MB/s, the Kanguru USB Duplicator is one of the fastest USB duplicating systems available. Kanguru USB Duplicator Package Contents:
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Administrasi Server Sementara itu peta konsep mata pelajaran menjelaskan struktur urutan kegiatan belajar dan topik materi pelajaran. Gambar 2 dibawah ini menjelaskan peta konsep mata pelajaran Administrasi Server kelas XI semester 2. Administrasi Server 2 1. Server FTP 2. Server e-Mail 3. Server WebMail 4. Server Remote 5. Server NTP 6. Server .