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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.
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
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|Manufacturer Part Number:||001021208|
|Primary Shelf ID:||4463|
|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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- 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 OregonFisherman12/14/2011Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- 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 BGNH4/4/2011Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- 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 geterdone2day3/22/2011Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?