I have an MPS1-T Lantronix Micro Print Server attached to a Microline 520 printer.
The printer started printing very slow so I had the head gap adjusted, tested the cat5 line and finally I swapped the print server with another one in the office.
When I did this, the printer then printed at normal speed. Does the print server need to be replaced or is there a configuration setting that needs to be reset?
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If the printer doesn't react when you send a print job to it (either prints, or displays an error code on the display) and just sits there doing nothing, it generally means the print job didn't get to the printer. Check your communication settings. The printer comm settings must match the settings in your software. The default comm settings on the printer are:
Baud : 9600
word length: 8
stop bits: 1
flow control: dtr
Without knowing your configuration on your servers, it sounds like a sharing issue on the printer. If one of the servers is set to be a print server, then you need to duplicate that on the other. If you don't have a print server, then you are sharing the printer from a workstation. In that case, what I would suggest, from the computer that you are having problems with. Drill down into the network to the computer/server that is sharing the printer and when you get to the printer, right click the printer and click connect. This will load a direct connection to your computer, and you shouldn't have any disconnect issues again. If you do, I'd say it's a network IP problem that is causing the disconnect, which is a whole other can of worms.
This unit does NOT officially support Samsung printers... but it will allow printing with some. It does NOT support multi-function printers features like scanning for any brand of multi-function printers.
first delte all the programs that u have installed about the print server and the printer.then connect the print server on ur laptop and run the installation .search for the wireless netwrk and connecting to it using the wpa key.After tats done connect the print server to the printer and run the printer installation ,,hope that shud resolve it,,best of luck
One suggestions would be to update the firmware of the Netgear Wireless print server
Download the firmware for your print server from Netgear's website
Instructions for upgrade are on the site!
you can also try changing the spool settings, Set it to Print directly to printer
RightClick on the printer click on properties and click the advanced tab. Change the spool setting to print directly to printer!!
If this doesn't work kindly let me know!