Question about IOGear GPSU21 Print Server
Meaning that the IP Address of the print server is different from the computer's IP Address.
If you're computer has a static IP Address, you need to assign a static IP Address for your Print Server. To assign a static IP for the print server, you need to open the PSAdmin utility on your computer, locate the TCP/IP and click the plus (+) sign. Double-click the IP Address and you may change it from there.
Make sure that the IP Address of your computer, router and print server are in the same IP range. And make sure that you could ping the IP of the print server.
Then configure the printer port settings and you should be able to print.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a similar problem.
I had original printer install disk to help me with the problem
I went to PSAdmin and changed the DCHP Setting to allow my router to give it a new ip address.
I then added the printer using vista's add printer wizard: I used the add network printer and used the new ip address the PSAdmin gave me: I installed driver off disk, but then chose the one vista had already. I also used the "Print server 1 usb" device when asked which device I had installed.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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