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Photo copier i tried to connect my photocopier (e-studio 163) for a print server (DLink DP-301U), but it's not working it shows that printer is offline always,if i connected through usb cable directly to a computer it will work and can be shared also,but if it is connected to the network through a print server it will not work,i have changed the print server but no progress,is there any extra configuration should be done on the photocopier or i have to bring another print server? thanks.

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  • Anonymous Jul 26, 2007

    i searched on the net,and i found the solution,this type of photocopiers is supported only by one print server (Keyspan) print server.

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Pls try edimax ps-1206 mf or eusso ps-1211 m2 since they are mfp device support and also connect ps while using disconnect ps while not using since other users cannor use ps while you connect. The best ps for this device is seh brand p servers since it can connect and disconnect automatically

Posted on Oct 02, 2007

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Anonymous

Try another print server only for usb gdi print server is suitable for this gdi host based printers.Search as usb gdi print server

Posted on Aug 02, 2007

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Please confirgue the print server properly. Assign a particular ip address to it if possible. Then install the photocopier driver in computer and add the network port ip eual to the ip of print server. if it does not work install the print server driver if comes with it as a printer and assign it a ip.

Posted on Jul 24, 2007

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