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Laserjet 1000 & DI-524UP

Hi, I'm trying use a print server in a D-Link Router DI-524UP with a Laserje 1000 and doesn't work.
May you help me?
Sorry about my poor english.

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    That was my suspicion.

    Thanks very much.

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The HP LaserJet 1000 is a Host Based printer and so is not compatible with your router's USB print server.

You cannot use this printer with this print server, it needs to be connected directly to a computer that can run the HP drivers/software.

From D-Links tech specs for your router:-

** Host-based printers are not supported. Please check with the printer manufacturer if your printer model is host-based (GDI).

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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