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Adding IP addresses to a HP 5550 DTN printer

Good morning, I am in the process of adding IP addresses to my DTN 5550 DTN printer and there seems to be no option on how to add more than 10 IP's to the access list. Can you help me out?

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  • jdeshaze Dec 10, 2008

    Well, on the HP 5550 DTN printer under manage ACL, there are only 10 IP addresses that can be put in. We have approximately 15 personnel that need to print but I see no option to add any more IP's.

  • jdeshaze Dec 10, 2008

    Also, because the network that we are on, we have to have it closed down due to the network infrastructure.

  • jdeshaze Dec 10, 2008

    thank you, I will try that.

  • Service SCM
    Service SCM May 11, 2010

    why you need more than 10 IP adress?

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Ok then install that printer as a network printer to one pc share ti and ad to as much pc you need after that without ip adress

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I recently loaded windows 7 and now I cannot print word documents through the print server. I can if I connect direct to the printer. excel and powerpoint print normal through the print server. Is their a...


Start > Devices & Printers > Add a Printer > Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer
> The printer I want isn't listed (unless it is!) > Add a printer using a TCP/IP address or hostname
> Device Type = Autodetect / Hostname or IP address: 192.168.XXX.XXX (The 1260's IP assigned by
your router - make it a static IP beforehand) / Port name: [the autofill IP is fine] > Additional port
information required = Standard "Network Print Server (2 ports - USB)" > Select the driver for the printer
you want to use...

Once the install is complete go to the Devices and Printers screen and click on the new printer.
Click Customize your Printer, change the name if you prefer and then on the ports tab. Mine is
set to Protocol "Raw", Port Number 9100, Community Name "public". The only other thing I may be
doing differently is that I have set the printer to auto-show the print preview before printing.
Yes, its an additional click but it seemed to have made all the difference in my case. It also
gives you the chance to correct something like printing a second page with just a header URL, etc.

I realize that time is a luxury and not everyone has a lot of it, especially for trivial tasks
like addressing antiquated equipment compatibility issues after an upgrade, but I firmly believe
if you say can't enough, you WON'T. But for those who enjoy a challenge occasionally I hope this
points you in the right direction. Good luck

Jan 10, 2010 | D-Link RangeBooster G DPR-1260 (DPR1260)...

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Configure PS121 with MAC OS X


Configure NETGEAR PS121 print server with MAC OS 10.4.X and may work for other version of MAC OS X
Please sure that the printer is working in direct connection with the computer.

1. Now connect the printer to the USB port of the printserver and then the ethernet cable from the router to the Printserver ethernet port.
2. Press the diagonistic tool button on the printserver for 10 sec (All the lights will blink amber), you will recieve a print page with Port name,Ip address of the printer and other details.
3. The ip address will be given from the router,If no ip address, powercycle the router, printserver and the printer. Press the diagonistic tool button again.

Open the System Preferences

Click on “Print and Fax” icon

Click on the “+” icon to add a new printer

Click on the “IP Printer” icon

Select “Line Printer Daemon – LPD”

1. In the Address field, enter the IP address of the PS121
2. In the Queue field, enter L1
3. In the Name field, enter L1
4. Select the printer manufacturer from the pull down
5. Select the printer model from the scroll box
6. Click Add

a. Click once on L1 to select it
b. Click on Printer Setup

Click on the “Installable Options” pulldown menu and select “Name & Location”

1. Change Printer Name to IP address of PS121
2. Change Location to: IP_.ip of PS121
3. Click on Apply Changes

The Macintosh is now ready to print.

on Mar 18, 2010 | NetGear PS121 Print Server

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Configuring NETGEAR print server PS121 printer port settings manually.


If you can not run the installation software for the print server PS121 on the computer then you can try the below steps to manually configure the printer port settings:


Step 1:-

1. Visit the link below to make sure that the printer is in compatibility list:

http://kbserver.NETGEAR.com/kb_web_files/n101216.asp

2. Make sure that the printer is working in direct connection with the computer.

Step 2:-

1. Now connect the printer to the USB port of the printserver and then the Ethernet cable from the router to the Printserver Ethernet port.
2. Press the DIAGNOSTIC tool button on the printserver for 10 sec (All the lights will blink amber), you will receive a print page with Port name,Ip address of the printer and other details.
3. The ip address will be given from the router. If there is no ip address then powercycle the router, printserver and the printer. Press the diagnostic tool button again.

Configure printer port settings on XP computer:

1. Go to control panel then go to printer and faxes.
2. Right click on the printer icon go to properties.
3. Click on the ports tab on the top.
4. Click on add port.
5. Select standard TCP/IP port and click on new port.
6. Press next.
7. Enter the IP address of the print server it will show you the port (IP_ip address).
8. Press next.
9. Select the second option custom and click on settings button.
10. Select the protocol as LPR; enter the queue name as q1.
11. Select LPR byte counting enable.
12. Click on ok and press next then click on finish.

Configure printer port settings on VISTA computer:

1. Please confirm you are able to print by connecting the printer to the Vista computer directly.
2. Click Start - select Control Panel then switch it to Classic View from left side.
3. Double click on Printers & Click on 'Add a Printer'.
4. Select 'Add a local printer' & Click next.
5. Select 'Create a new port'.
6. Select 'Standard TCP/IP Port' as 'Type of port' then click 'Next'
7. Enter the IP Address of the Print Server in the 'Hostname or IP address' field.
8. Uncheck 'Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use' & Cilck next.
9. Select 'Custom' then Click on 'Settings' on the next dialogue box.
10. On the next dialogue box, select 'LPR' as the 'Protocol'.
11. Under the LPR Settings put in any name for the 'Queue Name'.
12. Check 'LPR Byte Counting Enabled' then click on OK and next.
13. Select the Manufacturer and the Model Number of the printer. If it is not available then click on 'Have Disk'. Click 'Next'.
14. Check 'Set as the default printer' and click next.
15. Try to print test page, it'll print.

These steps will help manually configure the printer port settings on the computer.

on Feb 10, 2010 | NetGear PS121 Print Server

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Vista 64-bit driver or windows 7-64 bit driver


Hi,

Please note that PS121 does not require drives for its configuration. It can be configured manully using a browser:

Step 1:-

1.Connect the PS121 to the router & check the lights
2.Press the diag button with a paper clip, it should give a print out which should include a IP address (make a note of the IP address)
3.Open the browser & enter the IP address on the address bar, it should give you a prompt for a Username & password (Username = admin; password = password), this will show if PS is communicating with the network.
4. Make sure that all the firewalls are disabled (including windows firewall)

Step 2:- (For XP)

1. Go to control panel then go to printer and faxes.
2. Right click on the printer icon go to properties.
3. Click on the ports tab on the top.
4. Click on add port.
5. Select standard TCP/IP port and click on new port.
6. Press next.
7. Enter the IP address of the print server it will show you the port (IP_ip address).
8. Press next.
9. Select the second option custom and click on settings button.
10. Select the protocol as LPR; enter the queue name as q1.
11. Select LPR byte counting enable.
12. Click on ok and press next then click on finish.

Step 3:- (For Vista Computer):

1. Please confirm you are able to print by connecting the printer to the Vista computer directly.
2. Click Start - select Control Panel then switch it to Classic View from left side.
3. Double click on Printers & Click on 'Add a Printer'.
4. Select 'Add a local printer' & Click next.
5. Select 'Create a new port'.
6. Select 'Standard TCP/IP Port' as 'Type of port' then click 'Next'
7. Enter the IP Address of the Print Server in the 'Hostname or IP address' field.
8. Uncheck 'Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use' & Cilck next.
9. Select 'Custom' then Click on 'Settings' on the next dialogue box.
10. On the next dialogue box, select 'LPR' as the 'Protocol'.
11. Under the LPR Settings put in any name for the 'Queue Name'.
12. Check 'LPR Byte Counting Enabled' then click on OK and next.
13. Select the Manufacturer and the Model Number of the printer. If it is not available then click on 'Have Disk'. Click 'Next'.
14. Check 'Set as the default printer' and click next.
15. Try to print test page, it'll print.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.

If I have helped you, please help me, and rate this suggestion the highest FixYa rating. If you cannot rate this post with the highest rating, then please comment to this post and I will try to help you further.

Regards
Anand

Nov 09, 2009 | NetGear PS121 Print Server

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Computer can's see Print Server in Add Printer Wizard The WGPS606 installation -- part 1 -- seemed to go fine. It sees our wireless network, we assigned it an IP address, it sees the printer connected to...


Make sure the printer has been connected locally first and that the print drivers have been installed. This should then allow you to add the printer via the set up.

Regards gaz

Sep 28, 2009 | NetGear WGPS606 (WGPS606NAR) Print Server

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2 good tips I learned during setup


1. The print server address is indepent of the router address. You have to set the print server address manually, and then 'add a printer' and assign it matching properties. For the individual who kept getting .102 then .103 (I did too), here's the fix. You need to assign an address that is higher than the max DHCP options. On my Linksys router setup, I found that it started assigning at .100 with a max of 50 users (up to .150). Therefore, I went into the print server and assigned mine .175. Then, I added a printer and under its properties, assigned the matching IP address.

2. When assigning the IP address (192.168.0.175 for mine) during 'Add a Printer', the Port field below it automatically fills in with an address of something like IP_192..... I had left this the same and followed the instructions from Trendnet as well. It did not work. Well the final solution that finally allowed me to print after hours of frustration, was to manually change this Port field to 'U1' thus matching the pop-up window that Trendnet instructions walk through (the one with LPR and bit enabling etc.) where it says to input U1. I decided to try U1 as the Port and it worked. And it was beautiful to hear the printer start cranking after hours of frustration. Good luck.

on Dec 06, 2007 | Trendware TRENDnet TE100-P1U Print Server

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Print server was turned on today and doesn't recognize printer. It has worked witout a problem for over a year when we switched to a newer print server program


HI, Follow the steps below to reconfigure the print server:

1. Now connect the printer to the USB port of the printserver and then the ethernet cable from the router to the Printserver ethernet port.
2. Press the diagonistic tool button on the printserver for 10 sec (All the lights will blink amber), you will recieve a print page with Port name,Ip address of the printer and other details.
3. The ip address will be given from the router,If no ip address, powercycle the router, printserver and the printer. Press the diagonistic tool button again.

Step 2:- (For XP)
1. Go to control panel then go to printer and faxes.
2. Right click on the printer icon go to properties.
3. Click on the ports tab on the top.
4. Click on add port.
5. Select standard TCP/IP port and click on new port.
6. Press next.
7. Enter the IP address of the print server it will show you the port (IP_ip address).
8. Press next.
9. Select the second option custom and click on settings button.
10. Select the protocol as LPR; enter the queue name as q1.
11. Select LPR byte counting enable.
12. Click on ok and press next then click on finish.
Step 3:- (For Vista Computer):
1. Please confirm you are able to print by connecting the printer to the Vista computer directly.
2. Click Start - select Control Panel then switch it to Classic View from left side.
3. Double click on Printers & Click on 'Add a Printer'.
4. Select 'Add a local printer' & Click next.
5. Select 'Create a new port'.
6. Select 'Standard TCP/IP Port' as 'Type of port' then click 'Next'
7. Enter the IP Address of the Print Server in the 'Hostname or IP address' field.
8. Uncheck 'Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use' & Cilck next.
9. Select 'Custom' then Click on 'Settings' on the next dialogue box.
10. On the next dialogue box, select 'LPR' as the 'Protocol'.
11. Under the LPR Settings put in any name for the 'Queue Name'.
12. Check 'LPR Byte Counting Enabled' then click on OK and next.
13. Select the Manufacturer and the Model Number of the printer. If it is not available then click on 'Have Disk'. Click 'Next'.
14. Check 'Set as the default printer' and click next.
15. Try to print test page, it'll print.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.

If I have helped you, please help me, and rate this suggestion the highest FixYa rating. If you cannot rate this post with the highest rating, then please comment to this post and I will try to help you further.

Regards
Anand

Sep 23, 2009 | NetGear PS121 Print Server

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How to setup print server model 1205Mf for xp and vista


Whatever the model is, or brand, I always prefer to ignore the printserver software and just ADD a TCP/IP Port.
Open Control Panel
Open Printers
Right-click: Server Proprieties
Add TCP/IP Port
put the IP address and select option "Print Server"
That's it.
now, just add the printer, manually select the port you've just created.

Jul 12, 2009 | Edimax Print Servers

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HOOKING UP A PRINTER TO NETWORK USING PRINT SERVER


before running the PS Wizard in Vista, right-click on the icon for PS Wizard and select "run as administrator". This will clear the bind errors and wrong segment errors many times - this only applies to vista.

Jul 25, 2008 | IOGear GPSU21 Print Server

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D-LINK DP301U


TCP/IP printing for windows xp:
you must know the IP address of the print server and the port name.and the pc's ip address must be in the same subnet as the print sever's ip address.
Step 1 Go to Start > Settings > Printers and double-click the Add Printer icon to open the Add Printer Wizard.
Step 2 Select Local Printer and click Next.
Step 3 Select Create a New Port and choose Standard TCP/IP Port from the drop-down menu and click Next.
Step 4 This will bring up the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard. Click Next.
Step 5 Enter the IP address of the print server and the port name and click Next.
Step 6 The next window will prompt you for the Device Type. Select the Standard radio button and use Generic Network Card from the drop-down window.
Step 7 Click Finish to close the port configuration wizard.
Step 8 This will bring you back to the Add Printer Wizard. Step through the remaining windows of the Add Printer Wizard, accepting the default values to complete configuration.

May 29, 2008 | D-Link DP 301U (DP-301U) Print Server

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