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EZOWare USB 2.0 LRP Network Print Server Share a Networking USB Printer with Ethernet Cable + Cable Tie


EZOWare USB 2.0 LRP Network Print Server Share a Networking USB Printer with Ethernet Cable + Cable Tie


EZOWare USB 2.0 Network Print Server with Ethernet Cable
The 1-port USB 2.0 Print Server allows any networked computer to share a USB printer. It complies with USB 2.0 specifications (backward compatible with USB 1.1.spec.), and provides users with an auto-sensing Ethernet port that works with either 10Base-T or 100Base-T networks. This unit also supports multiple protocols and multiple operating systems.
The built-in web management feature provides more convenience by allowing the user to configure, monitor and even reset the print server via a web browser. This eliminates the need to place the printer right next to the computer. Print jobs can be sent to a printer in the same office.

Features:
Easily connect your USB printer to a network.
Allows multiple computers to share one USB printer on the network.
Print from any computer on your network.
Supports DHCP Client and multiple network protocols.
USB interface is compatible with most printers from HP, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, and others.
10Base-T / 100Base-T auto-sensing.
Supports Telnet and Web Management software.

Specification:
Network Cable Length:4 Feet.
Network Protocol:TCP/IP, LPR, DHCP.
Cable Type:CAT5.
Network Interface:10/100Mbps RJ45.
Printer Connection:USB 2.0, USB 1.1.
Standards:IEEE 802.3 10Base-T; IEEE 802.3u 100Base-T; USB 2.0.
Management:Web Based-UI, Networking USB Utility.

System Requirements:
Windows 7/8/2000/XP/2003/Vista.
Mac OS X.
Printer with USB connection.Printers:Most printers with USB connections are supported.Network environment:802.11b/b or 802.11n Wireless networks.
10/100Mbps networks.

Package Content
1 x 1-Port USB 2.0 Print Server.
1 x CAT5 Patch Cable.
1 x Power Adapter.
1 x Installation CD.
1 x User Manual.

  • Share printer with multiple users on a network. Connect your printer directly to the network, with no need to dedicate a PC to print server chores.
  • USB interface is compatible with most printers from HP, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, and others.
  • Works over both Ethernet and Wi-Fi networks, making it easy to print to a USB printer from a Wi-Fi laptop.
  • Supports Telnet and Web Management software
  • Complies with USB 2.0 specifications (backward compatible with USB 1.1.spec.)

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Question by cjb545: How can I use my netgear DG834GT router to share files and printers over a network?
Can anyone help me? I recently bought a netgear wireless ADSL router, I have successfully set up the internet access on both of the computers, one via a wireless connection and one via an ethernet cable to the wireless adsl router. However I would like to use the router to share files and printers on the network, not by using a print server but by just making the PC appear on both computer screens. Can anyone help me out here? Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by djskeets
Somewhat of a long process.

You must make sure each comptuer is part of the same workgroup.

Right click my comptuer, go to properties, click the COMPUTER NAME tab, click the CHANGE button at the bottom of the window, then at the bottom of the new window that pops up, under Work group type a name and make sure each comptuer has the same workgroup name. Also make sure your comptuer name is unique to one another.

Also you must enable file and printer sharing.

To do this you must right click the “My network places” icon on the desktop, go to properties.

Right click the connection that is actively your internet connection or network connection and go to properties.

There is a list there, make sure FILE AND PRINTER SHARING FOR MICROSOFT NETWORKS IS CHECKED ON ON ALL COMPUTERS U WANT TO SHARE FILES AND RESOURCES.

The next step would be to share any devices or directorys that you want with eachother, by right clicking a file, folder, printer or resource and clicking sharing and security.

Then you can set permissions and access there.

To view another persons shared directories and resources you can use the UNC path by doing this:

click START, point to run and click it
type \COMPUTER-NAME where COMPUTER NAME is the name that you set up near the Workgroup options as stated in the first step I mentioned.

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  1. sry, u cant

  2. You have to first go into each computer and share to files or printer you would want other computers to see. Then, if you have a firewall on the machines, you need to allow file sharing. Lasly, the router might have a LAN-side firewall, basicly when you web into your router, if you see any option about file sharing, enable it, if you don’t see anything, then don’t worry about it.

  3. set up the internet access on both of the computers, one via a wireless connection and one via an ethernet cable to the wireless adsl router.
    you have done well .file transfer wizard

  4. Set up file and printer sharing on the folders you want to share. Read the networking FAQs on dslreports.com, networking and wireless networking forum for tips and instructions. It’s failry simple. Briefly, both computers need to be on the same work group. File sharing needs to be enabled. (Right click on the folder, click on file sharing. Use the networking wizard that comes with XP.

  5. You need to turn on file and printer sharing then set up a local network using the wizard found in the control panel. Set one IP to 192.168.0.101 and one to 192.168.0.102 in the TCP/IP settings by going to network connections right clicking on your and then properties on your lan you have set up. Then choose which folders you want to share and printers by right clicking on them and selecting sharing.


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