I have a color laserjet 2600n in my office and i want to get it connected to my network i have 2 thin clients based in win ce i need a solution because the drivers that came with the printer don´t work with win ce please i need help some one knows wht to do ?
I am having a similiar network problem, I setup the 2600n on my small-office network, plugging it into an 8 port switch along with a computer and IP camera....then connected the switch to the default router...this worked for a while as my router provided the printer an internal IP, but somehow the IP reset itself to an external IP,and print jobs I send now to the 2600n from my network will not print. I can't seem to access a configuration window to set a static IP address my router will recognize.
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Model Thin client NP-N380 Stand-alone operating system WIN CE 6.0 OS Maximum Users Unlimited CPU ARM11 800HZ RAM 128MB STORAGE 128MB Audio output yes Audio input Yes (except remote desktop connection) USB Port 3 or 4 COM TAP Derivable Support scanning gun YES Support touch screen YES Support printer YES (Network printer) Power input 5V~2A power 5W Communication distance Network Cable biggest communication valid distance Size(mm) 115*115*26 Support Max resolution 1280*1024or1440*900@24 color depth Whether to support the latest system patch support WIFI Optional(150Mbps) Support of the operating system win xp/2000/2003/7/vista/2008 Keyboard mouse port USB Whether can do secondery development YES Whether could do USB upgrade YES
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As in like a Citrix solution for home? You can setup RDP through windows which is a remote connection to another system on your network. You can do this by clicking Start > Run then typing MSTSC and hitting okay. You can then type the name of the other computer and it should prompt you for credentials. You may need to do a bit of setup on the remote computer first, such as adding your network username and password into the remote users group (right click my computer, choose manage, local users and groups, groups
Make the flash disk in the device bootable using MBRTool (This is necessary if you installed GRUB on the disk. The MBR needs to be overwritten)
From the Win CE installation folder, from drive:\<path to wince installation>\PLATFORM\CEPC\SRC\BOOTLOADER\DOS\BOOTDISKcopy all files and paste it to the flash disk in the device (These files always comes with Win CE installation)
Put your build of Win CE - EBOOT.BIN in the flash disk on the device (This will be your custom Win CE image)
Remove the USB drive, and boot the device. Your new build of Win CE should boot up.
The LaserJet 2600N has a built-in print server and can be connected to the local network (normal ethernet cable) directly. While printer sharing via Windows should work, I found it much more convenient to access it without the need of a hosting computer - you do not need to switch on the desktop PC for printing from the Laptop, for example, its also printing faster.
You need to replace the 2mbit bios chip used by the WinCE Evo with the 4mbit one used by the NTe and XPe Evo, then you need an add on flash module, since the onboard flash is too small. After that, just find the OS file and flash away. You can find the OS files and a utility to flash from the HP support site. You'll need a crossover ethernet cable, not a patch cable, to do the flash.