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Adding a second printer to a d-link priter server

A have one printer connected to a print server how do i connect the second printer

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You need to connect the second printer to your print server then install the printer driver to your computers. If your print server has a printserver driver, run that so it will automatically find the new printer for you.

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supporting troubleshooting links
? A: Please check the connection link light.

Temporarily disable all firewalls on your system even the Windows XP firewall
(for instruction to disable XP firewall, please go to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/283673 )

Power cycle the print sever by unplug the power at the back (10 second).
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Set the computer which has the print server utility installed to have an IP of 192.168.5.2

(Test ping the print server / 192.168.5.1 --
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Run the utility/hit the refresh button to find the print server again.
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1. The Auto run will run the utility.
2. By manually install the program into your system. (Browse CD to the folder: manual installation.)
It is recommended to use the 2nd method and run the PSAdmin utility from the system's programs after the installation is completed.
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When it finds the print server, change the print server IP(192.168.5.1) to a unique static IP your router can accept. Put the print server back to the network, change back your computer's IP accordingly and try ping the print server with the new IP or run the utility again.

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Second, make sure that you can "ping" the print server while it's connected to the router.

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Check also the printer port, and be sure that it's set to USB001 or USB002 Virtual Printer Port.

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See if you can ping the printer from each of your computers. If you can, great, install the new printer by adding a "local" printer at a new TCP/IP port with the IP address of your printer. If not, then you may have some routing issues.

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