Question about Datacard SP35 Printer
Hi, I've got an SP35 that has been running as a local printer. I want to put it on the network, but where a network port would be on the SP35, there's just a plastic cover - behind which, there's no network port. Is there any kind of USB-to-RJ45 converter out there, or can anyone suggest how to get this printer onto the network please? Thanks!
There is not possible to run this printer on a network.
You have to upgrade to sp55 or sp75
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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