Question about D-Link DI-707P Router (DSDLDI707P)
Is the print server software that is included with my router supported in Macintosh operating systems?
Posted by Anonymous on
There are no plans to have Macintosh software for the print server feature of our routers. If you can perform port-based printing (OSX), you do not need printer software. Just print to the IP of the router (default is 192.168.0.1) and the Print Queue Name is lp (a lower case "L" and a lower case "P"). Use the current drivers for your printer. In some cases you made need postscript drivers for your printer from the manufacturer (if available). This feature is not supported by D-Link, as per packaging. Please visit http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/MacOSX.php3 for 3rd party drivers that may work with your D-Link router. D-Link does not and will not support these drivers. Use at your own risk. Do not keep the product in anticipation of Macintosh compatibility. Return it to your reseller.
Posted on Feb 16, 2006
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Compatible Operating Systems
Windows Macintosh Windows 95
*Driver included in the Operating System
To download drivers for this model, click Drivers & Downloads tab above, and then select your operating system.
Incompatible Operating Systems The following list contains some of the more well known operating systems that are NOT supported with this model.
Incompatible Operating Systems
Mac OS X Linux
Mac System 7
Note: This is a compiled list and may not include all possible incompatible operating systems.
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