Question about Zonet (ZPS1000) Print Server
I have just recently installed a Linksys WRT54GS router to my home network replacing an old U-S Robotics router. I was fortunate to have had the IT guy from my former place of employment over to help me set that U-S Robotics system up and he made everything work. Unfortunately for me, I had to do the latest router setup on my own.
The new network is working fine but the problem I have is that I cannot seem to get the Zonet ZPS 1000 print server to work which renders my printer useless to the home network. I have two desktop XP PCs, one laptop running Windows 2000 and one Mac running OS 10.5. My primary computer is one of the XP desktops.
I will admit I am technically challenged and really looking. I was trying to find some help and for the life of me I cannot even find "system preferences" on my XP.
Please, can somebody give me some guidance.
The gateway would be the address that your router uses.
You would plug the print server into the back of the computer using the ethernet line.
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