I am not able to get my Epson CX6600 All-In-One USB printer to work with the Level One WPS-9122 Print Server. I have loaded the software and using the installed utilities I can locate the printer router/server. After using Windows to add a printer, I cannot get the printer to print the test document or any other document.
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NETGEAR’s 54 Mbps Wireless Print Server with 4-port Switch allows you to
connect one or two printers to your existing wireless network, without
using unsightly Ethernet cables. Simply place your printers anywhere in
your home or office that works best for you, plug them into the print
server’s USB ports, and the Smart Wizard set-up function automatically
guides you through configuration. Then you can send your business
documents to a high-end color printer, and your kids’ homework to a
black-and-white printer. The print server also acts as a wireless
Ethernet bridge, connecting a cluster of up to four PCs and laptops
without requiring dedicated wireless adapters. I t employs powerful WEP
Encryption and WPA-PSK to keep your wireless network secure, and
interoperates with all standard b and g wireless devices. All this in a
sleek, space-saving stand-up case.
Yes, You can purchase WPS-9122 and use on Windows 7. Though the seach utility comes with WPS-9122 may be out of date, in another word it might not be compatible with Windows 7 since WPS-9122 came out long before WIndows 7.
For your reference, most of the networking equipments are OS independent. For example, printer server, router, switch. The version or type of OS does not effect it;s usage.
I had the same problem. After many hours of trial and error, I got two XP laptops and a Vista desktops configured. Be sure to use the latest firmware from Dlink. Disable all s/w firewalls. In my case Norton Firewall from Yahoo was a problem. The Vista PC was configured to print within 30 mins and the XPs took a while. I couldn't get the print server to appear in the My Network Places A couple of the guys who left comments on the product at Newegg actually have a good solution. The solution involves setting the printers up as local printers with standard TCP/IP ports that point to the IP address or the URL ("dlink-"6_last_digits_of_MAC_ID) and USB port number 9100-9103. You can google how to set up local printers w/ TCP/IP connections with USB ports on the internet. Note the Scanner will not be recognized but at least you can print on MF4150.
The direction of the GMFPSU01C will never tell you that you need to create another printer driver. Because, once you install the MFP Utility of this print server, you will have an automatic Copy1 icon of your printer once you successfully, detected the print server and once you successfully connected to the Printer.
Since, the computer is not detected the printer on the network, here are the things that you may do:
1. Make sure that the printer driver is properly installed in the computer. and make sure that the printer is working when directly connected to the computer.
2. If you can't detect the printer, disable your FireWall or any anti-virus program that's running in your computer.
3. Uninstall/reinstall the MFP Utility. If the CD is not working correctly, use the driver from the Website. Here's the link: http://iogear.com/support/dm/driver/GMFPSU01#display
The DPR-1260 is pretty easy to configure and works well with my HP Laser 1012, HP Photosmart 8250, and HP OfficeJet 5610. The Operating System on the computer is what matters... as long as it's running Windows XP, Vista, or a server edition like Win2003, you should be fine. I can't speak to the Mac environment, as I don't have any experience there. As for the Dymo Duo, I can't tell you how well it'll work in this environment, but based on my experience with it and many other print servers that I've tried, I can't think of a better configuration to try. Personally, I would recommend the DPR-1260 to anyone... just make sure you follow the installation instructions in the users manual carefully, and you can't go wrong. I love mine, hopefully you'll enjoy yours as well.