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I want to install a D-LinkDPR-1260 Print Server into my verizon modem/wireless router network which uses a HP pavillion Dv6700 Laptop w/built in wireless connectability and MS windows Vista operating system. Before I attempt installation, will this server work w/vista, the laptop itemized above, and a Lexmark X2580 USB printer/scanner?? Are there any special things I need to know as I install ?

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  • bbb1tuba Oct 28, 2008

    I'm mostly a computer novice, but won't I need a ethernet cable between server and router at least during the install time?

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1) Go to START (or that circle thing) -> Control Panel
-> Hardware & sound -> Printer.

2) from Printer page -> click on Add a Printer.

3) From here, choose to add a local printer

4) Choose create new port and select Standard TCP/IP from the list -> next

5) First option leave it as Autodetect,
Host name IP and PORT are both your:
DLINKPS-XXXXXX or DSLINK-XXXXXX (depends on which firmware version)
keep the box checked. -> then next

WAIT a little for detection

6) Choose Custom and then click on Settings.

leave the port and ip as is.
-Protocol = LPR
LPR Setting = (check your dlinkps-xxxxxx, is under LPR Queue Name,there's no default for this one because is different between printers -differ between your two printers, better check first)
- Do not enable SNMP.
-> ok


from here, click next

The following screen, just choose your printer brand and model from the list, this is where you install your driver.

-> next

do a test print and DONE.

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Yes..usually a wireless network requires a special printer router, which the one you have is not..

do you wish to have one recommended?

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    A Womans Computer Man Oct 28, 2008

    that is agood print server, but the vista o-s is not happy with them...




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Hi.
1/ normal install of the printer is required
2/normal insatll of the riuter is required and shud be already detectby the laptop
3/then check the networking configuration and try the Intlation of a WLAN between the pc and laptopn and amke sure activating the transmission of data and using printer online.

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Yes if I understood it correctly you connect the printer to the print server.

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  • Ekse Oct 28, 2008

    Heres the manual incase you need it

    ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Printserver/dpr1260/Manual/dpr1260_manual_112.zip



    the installation steps are documented there.



    Il write them up for you anyway.


    1. Confirm proper operation of your printer before connecting the DPR-1260.
    2. When you have confirmed proper operation of your USB printer, turn your printer power OFF.
    3. Confirm that your network is operating normally.
    4. Connect the DPR-1260 to your network, using a straight-through CAT5 cable. It is required that an Ethernet cable is used during initial setup. Once your wireless configuration is set, you may disconnect the Ethernet cable and begin communicating wirelessly with your DPR-1260.
    5. While the printer is powered OFF, use the USB printer cable to connect the DPR-1260 to your USB printer.
    6. Switch ON your USB printer.
    7. Plug the DC power adapter 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 DPR-1260, as it has no external power switch. The green Power LED on the Print Server’s front panel should illuminate steadily, and the Print Server’s
    Self-Test will proceed.

  • Ekse Oct 28, 2008

    it will work fine,, if you just follow the instructions in the manual. do you have a hard copy handy?

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