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Wireless-G WPS54GU2 Print Server Lost disk

I have a Linksys Wireless-G WPS54GU2 Print Server that has been reset. I don't have the installation disk and it doesn't seem to be picking up an address from my dhcp router. Is there a default ip address I can use to get to the configuration page or somplace that I can download the installation program?

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I have placed a copy of the setup cd that came with the print server on one of our servers. It also has the drivers and manual. ftp://controlc.org/wps54gu2.zip

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  • ParadisoFina Mar 16, 2010

    Link above was embedeed with something from fixya. Try this. ftp://controlc.org/wps54gu2.zip

  • ParadisoFina Mar 16, 2010

    You will just have to type in the link in your browser, fixya prefixes the link.

  • brownie420 Jan 14, 2011

    Thats great but it asks for username/password.

  • ParadisoFina Jan 14, 2011

    Sorry about that, when we moved to a new server someone forgot about FTP. Should be ok now, just type in the link in your browser.

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If you visit the LinkSys website you should be able to download all applicable drivers and files for this print server. Also you will likely be able to access a user manual (in PDF format) which should give you all the information you need.

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Usb light link


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Hi,

Based on your post description, I am assuming that:
1. You can connect to the Internet through your 2241 Neptoia modem;
2. You can access your WRT54G V8 Linksys Wireless router @ 192.168.1.1;
3. Both 1 & 2 above could be done through a wireless connection from your PC.

Connect everything as they are supposed to be wired (printer, Print Server, modem, router etc)

Pls try:
a. Connect the Linksys wireless print server using a lan cable to the Linksys WRT54G Wireless AP/router. (Will tackle the wireless connection a bit later)
b. Reset your print server; &
c. Do a diagnostic print-out.
Instructions for b & c are in page 4 of your manual.

You need to verify that:
i. the Power indicator is contnously green
ii. the Ethernet indicator is contnously green
iii. the USB indicator is contnously green
iv. the Wireless indicator may or may not be contnously green

Pls post back with the generated diagnostic print-out before we can proceed with the other steps.

Additionally, try installing the Epson Stylus Photo RX600 direct to one of the USB ports of your PC. Use the installer/driver CD that came with it. Try using it as a regular printer. This will tell us status of the printer.

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I lost my setup disk and I want to install on my new laptop


Hi there,

You can download the drivers for the WPS54G for the following link. You can run on your new laptop onwards to install it.

Remember that this is used to upgrade the firmware of the device. The link is as:

http://www.linksysbycisco.com/UK/en/support/WPS54G

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I have a Linksys WPS54GU2 printserver connected to an Epson CX7800 printer on my home network. When I wirelessly print a multi-page document, the last page does not finish printing and does not eject from...


I'm not sure how you have your server set up, but when I did the initial setup I had to add my printer as a TCP/IP port.
See this link for instructions on how to do that: http://homecommunity.cisco.com/t5/Print-Servers/Installation-of-WPS54G-Print-Server-for-Windows-7/m-p/362651?comm_cc=HSus&comm_lang=en#M6440
The hanging on the last page happens if you don't have LPR byte counting enabled. Go find your printer in the devices and right click. Go to "Printer Properties", then the ports tab. Click "Configure Port", then in the popup dialogue make sure that LPR Byte Counting Enabled is checked.

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Check the settings on your wireless print server. And as well check your router.

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Well you please tell me default IP address of LINKSYS Wireless-G Print Server


Installation of WPS54G Print Server

Using standard TCP/IP Procedure (Windows XP/2000)


  1. Make sure your printer already has its drivers installed on all PC's prior to attempting to install this print server.
  2. Be sure also that your printer can print when it is connected directly to your computer.
  3. Click on Start go to Printers and Faxes.
  4. Right click your printer and go to Properties.
  5. Click on the Ports Tab on the top.
  6. Click Add Port. Select Create a new port: and select the Type of port: Standard TCP/IP Port, click Next.
  7. This will bring the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard, click Next
  8. Inthe field for Printer Name or IP Address: enter the IP address of thePrint Server and click Next. (You can get the IP address of your printserver by pressing the reset button on your device for 3 seconds thenit will print out it's status).
  9. Select Custom, click Settings.
  10. Under Protocol select LPR, and for Queue Name: type L1. Click Ok, then Next, and Finish.

Youshould be able to print on the device afterwards. You can refer to yourRouter's Wireless Settings and match them on the WPS54G so that theywould be able to communicate wirelessly.




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With this print server not all printer are compatible with it, but if you connect same model of printer that was also working with this print server, best thing to do here again is to reset the router and reconfigure it back using the setup CD that came with it and if still the same problem, it will be better to call Linksys tech support so they can check if your printer is compatible with this print server if its compatible let one of the Linksys tech walk you through with the process, they are open 24/7 this is the number 800-3267114....

Hope that helps...........

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great if ur laptops r acessing the internet ... perform the followings ....
> open the page of the print server and try to match the wireless settings of the router on it and u will be able to use the printer as well ....

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generally speaking any compatable wifi unit should work with any other unit.. In saying that yes it is "Better" to get all the same make if one can.. but not essential.

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