TRENDnet TE100-P1U Print Server (1 USB)

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Transform your stand-alone USB networkable printer into a shared network printer with the TRENDnet TE100-P1U 1 USB Print Server. It provides a fast Ethernet interface for integrating into your existing network. This network print server is compliant with USB 2.0 high-speed printing, and it comes with one RJ-45 10/100Mbps Auto-MDIX Fast Ethernet Port. It has a LPR Program for Windows 95/98/ME TCP/IP Printing. The TRENDnet print server supports IPP Printing for Windows 2000/XP, as well as second HTTP port for Remote Web Configuration and IPP Printing.

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Transform your stand-alone USB networkable printer into a shared network printer with the TRENDnet TE100-P1U 1 USB Print Server. It provides a fast Ethernet interface for integrating into your existing network. This network print server is compliant with USB 2.0 high-speed printing, and it comes with one RJ-45 10/100Mbps Auto-MDIX Fast Ethernet Port. It has a LPR Program for Windows 95/98/ME TCP/IP Printing. The TRENDnet print server supports IPP Printing for Windows 2000/XP, as well as second HTTP port for Remote Web Configuration and IPP Printing.

TRENDnet TE100-P1U 1 USB Print Server:

  • Compliant with USB 2.0 High-Speed Printing
  • One RJ-45 10/100Mbps Auto-MDIX Fast Ethernet Port
  • Includes LPR Program for Windows 95/98/ME TCP/IP Printing
  • Supports IPP Printing for Windows 2000/XP
  • TRENDnet print server supports second HTTP port for Remote Web Configuration and IPP Printing

    Specifications

    Compatible Devices:

    Color Laser:

    • Lexmark C920
    • Lexmark C920n
    • Lexmark C920dn
    • Lexmark C920dtn
    • Lexmark C524n
    • Lexmark C524dn
    • Lexmark C524dtn
    • Lexmark C524
    • Lexmark C522n
    • Lexmark C772n
    • Lexmark C770n
    • Lexmark C772dn
    • Lexmark C772dtn
    • Lexmark C770dn
    • Lexmark C770dtn
    • Lexmark C534n
    • Lexmark C534dn
    • Lexmark C534dtn
    • Lexmark C532n
    • Lexmark C532dn
    • Lexmark C530dn

    Mono Laser:

    • Lexmark W840
    • Lexmark W840n
    • Lexmark W840dn
    • Lexmark T640
    • Lexmark T640n
    • Lexmark T642
    • Lexmark T642n
    • Lexmark T644
    • Lexmark T644n
    • Lexmark T642tn
    • Lexmark T644tn
    • Lexmark T640dtn
    • Lexmark T642dtn
    • Lexmark T644dtn
    • Lexmark T640dn
    • Lexmark E340
    • Lexmark E342n
    • Lexmark E342tn
    • Lexmark E352dn
    • Lexmark E450dn
    • Lexmark E350d

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    Manufacturer Part Number: 001021208
    Primary Shelf ID: 4463
    Model: TE100-P1U
    Brand: TRENDnet
    Features: USB 2.0 High-speed printing ,  Built-in flash memory for easy firmware upgrade ,  Warranty: 5 Years Limited
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 16.00 x 10.00 x 13.00 IN
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    by jzsys 2/28/2011
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    • A. If the printer is USB it should work. The HP Printer drivers changed to loading with the USB printer disconnected and during the install connect to the USB. (No connection will not complete the install). Then the installation completes. That might still be true. You would have to go through the install connecting the printer to your computer. There may be a simple driver only that would work better for this reason. Once installed I would think it should work by connecting the printer back to the Trendnet Print Server. Use the TrendNet Utility software to locate the print server and port name. Open the printer under Devices and Printers, Menu - Printer, Properties, Ports. Locate the port that the Trendnet Utility gave and check that box. Also remember the box you moved from so you can move back if necessary. Windows XP will probably be easier to work. Windows 7 may be more of a challenge. Not a definate workable task. I had no problems connecting my Brother HL-2040 Laser printer. I did have to load the driver locally being that TrendNet did not have the driver. After I did exactly the same thing to change the printer to the port name I got using the TrendNet Utility.
      by OregonFisherman12/14/2011
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    • A. Probably not. If the printer shows "off-line" when looking at the status, you have found their bug. The Trendnet support folks say "sorry, no support, no fix".
      by BGNH4/4/2011
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    • A. from the internet postings it does not appear to work for the all in one printers, but you may be fine with the deskjet.
      by geterdone2day3/22/2011
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    Works Great for USB Printer
    12/14/2011

    Customer review by OregonFisherman

    4.0 stars 12/14/2011 by OregonFisherman
    by OregonFisherman

    My Brother Laser printer does not have a network connection. I bought this to connect to my network and not have to share from a computer. Works great has a utility that you run on a networked computer to find the Print Server (TrendNet). I did have to load the driver for my printer being that it was not a printer in the TrendNet software. Load as USB port and no test print. After loading the printer software I ran the Trendnet utility and got the port to point the printer to. Open Devices and Printers select the printer then top left menu Printer, then click properties, Ports for my laser printer and click the checkbox for the port U1 Standard TCP/IP Port Brother HL-2040 PrinterServer. This switches the printer from the USB port to the TrendNet PrintServer. Only draw back is there is just one USB port so one printer. But less complicated and less of a headache.

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    OregonFisherman
    Oregon
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:11 - 12 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    no worky on HP officejet J4500
    3/22/2011

    Customer review by geterdone2day

    1.0 stars 3/22/2011 by geterdone2day
    by geterdone2day

    I have an HP officejet all in one printer 4500, it does not work for that model. It will display the model printer when it tries to communicate, but I don't ever get a print job.

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    geterdone2day
    CT
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Never
    TRENDnet TE100-P1U Print Server
    7/13/2010

    Customer review by ITManagerNewEngland

    4.0 stars 7/13/2010 by ITManagerNewEngland
    by ITManagerNewEngland

    The product is an excellent quality product which performed as expected after installation. Which brings me to the problem. The software on the CD did not work properly. I had to go to the TRENDnet web site and find the appropirate software, download it, and run it to get my installation to work. Once, done, it has worked flawlessly and I am very happy with the product itself. I just wish they had the same high quality for the packaged CD. I had no issues with the print server and accessing the Brother (monchromatic) laser printer from 3 different computers via the router/switch on my network.

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    ITManagerNewEngland
    North Chelmsford, MA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Great Convenience
    10/11/2010

    Customer review by StrategyOfficeManager

    4.0 stars 10/11/2010 by StrategyOfficeManager
    by StrategyOfficeManager

    I purchased a Brother printer, but then realized it had no Ethernet port. I had to find this solution (mini print server) online. It works great! The only drawback was that set up right out of the box was difficult to get working. I had to call the technicians but the call was well answered and I got everything set up right. Now prints take mere seconds to pass through the server and on to the printer from any printer in the office.

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    StrategyOfficeManager
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Doesn't work with all printers
    4/4/2011

    Customer review by BGNH

    2.0 stars 4/4/2011 by BGNH
    by BGNH

    While installation was easy, the printer remained "offline" in status and nothing would print. The vendor confirmed that the HP Laserjet 1018 is not supported. Avoid this product unless you KNOW your printer is supported. If it works, the value is good.

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    BGNH
    New Hampshire
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Never
    Not For All-In-Ones
    6/9/2010

    Customer review by An anonymous customer

    2.0 stars 6/9/2010 by An anonymous customer
    by An anonymous customer

    Had to return this print server as it does not support All-In-One printers. The device recognizes my Dell 940 All-In-One but will not install on any of the PC on the network.

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    An anonymous customer
    Denver, CO
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Never
    Beware
    1/27/2008

    Customer review by HTech

    2.0 stars 1/27/2008 by HTech
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    HTech
    Seattle
    Would recommend to a friend? No

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