Question about Linksys Wireless-G WPS54GU2 Print Server
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After starting the Add Printer Wizard, the trick is to select Local Printer
Attached to This Computer. This is counter-intuitive, but you're not
connecting to the printer using MICROSOFT Networking, so MS doesn't consider
this to be a network printer. Don't select Automatically Detect with Plug
On the Select a Printer Port screen, choose Create a New Port. Type of Port
= Standard TCP/IP Port.
Be sure that the printer server and the printer are ready before proceeding.
For Printer Name or IP Address enter the print server's IP address. The
protocol is LPR. You'll need to get the Queue Name from the print server
documentation. It's probably "lp" (that's a lower-case el, not a capital
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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