Why is my parallel printer, printing a lot of garbage characters?
Make sure that you have the latest print drivers for you printer.
You can also try changing the port speed to low from with in the PS-Admin
Utility to Low.
Step 1 Click on Server Device.
Step 2 Click on the port that you have your printer plugged
Step 3 Change the Speed using the...
Why can’t I see my printer status information?
Print servers are IEEE1284 bi-directional compatible. This means that data
can be sent and received in both directions between the printer and the print
Toner status, paper level, etc., will not be communicated back to the PC. In
order to get printer status information, t...
Does the TE100-PS3 Plus support Macintosh operating systems?
Yes, but you must assign the print server an IP address from a Windows based
operating system first. Once that is done you can use LPR or LPD printing for
the Macs and you can manage the print server by entering its IP address into
a web browser. Also the printer must be a postscript prin...
How do I install my printer on Windows 2000/XP?
Step 1 Go to Start>Settings>Printers>Add
New Printer (WinXP - Start>Printers and Faxes>Add
Step 2 Select Local Printer. Make sure to uncheck Automatically
detect and install my plug and play printer. Click Next.
Step 3 Select Create a New Port and...
How do I install my printer on Windows 95/98/ME?
In Windows 98/Me you will need to install the LPR client.
For Windows 98/ME you will also need to know the port name that you are printing
to (The Port Name is the PS-xxxxxx-P1, x being the actual number listed in the
Port Name box).
Step 1 Once the file is downloade...
Why doesn't PS-Admin utility detect my print server?
If you are using Windows XP you will have to disable the built in firewall.
But for all operating systems you have to disable any other form of firewall
software such as Norton Internet Security, Black Ice, and ZoneAlarm.
Make sure that you have “Client Services for Netware” installed, it...
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T and IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX o ANSI/IEEE 802.3 NWay auto-negotiation
Auto-negotiating NWay UTP/STP RJ-45 port
3 x IEEE 1284-parallel ports, IEEE1284 bi-directional parallel ports; Supports bi-directional HP PJL protocol
CAT 3, 4, 5 UTP/STP for 10Base-T
CAT 5 UTP/STP for 100Base-TX
Supported Frame Types:
IEEE 802.2, IEEE 802.3, Ethernet II, Ethernet SNAP
TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, Apple EtherTalk
Power/TX, Link/Rx, LTP1, LTP2, LTP3
5 VDC, 1.6A, 8 watts max.
220 x 135 x 41 mm (8.66 x 5.31 x 1.61 inch) (L x W x H)
411 grams, 14.5 Oz.
Operating: 0°C ~ 50°C (32°F ~ 122°F)
Storage: -25°C ~ 55°C (-13°F ~ 131°F)
Operating: 10% - 90% (non-condensing),
FCC Class A, CE Mark A, VCCI-A
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