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Linksys print server psus4 held

Hi. after 1-2 hour my print server leave responding. when i try to ping my print server IP is shows "request time out" please help, everything is OK but unable to understand this problem. when i restart the print server it start working fine. but again after some time it chokes.

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Check the "sleep" time...is it around 2 hours? Also, check the sleep time on the printer too.

Posted on Aug 25, 2007

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I've worked with literally hundreds of these exact print servers. The answer is really not much of an answer. The device requires a restart often because it locks up. After hours and hours with Linksys and a few custom firmware tweaks...still locks. Sometimes we just have to accept that things don't always work the way they are supposed too = "junk". Although I will tell you this, of all the print servers we have tried, this one is NOT the worst. Incidentally, there is no sleep option on that model print server. ...for what it's worth.

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