I have followed the directions given in the first message. No need for Location to be filled in. Thank you so much! Enter Subnet Info Example This “lp1” is the first printer on the printserver. If you are happy using a wired connection and don’t need the wireless capabilities, skip to step 7. The Name and Location window will open.
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I’ve tried it all. You need to cycle the power every time you want to change from wired to wireless or vice versa.
The only problem I am having following your intructions is logging in to the print server. I couldn’t find this info on either the Apple or the Linksys site. Click on Apply Changes. Select the printer manufacturer from the pull down menu.
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Also, am I supposed to specify the “Logical Port”? I posted my story on Apple’s forums to help others — I should have done it here, also. So, I can’t even get into the server.
The default password for Linksys is usually admin with linksy username field. Thanks I used your instructions and had minor confusion. I click “Add” Now in the pop-up window for this addtion, I continue again as described in the article: For the first step Once you get a reply from your print server, it indicates that it has connected successfully to your network wirelessly.
The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. A login window will appear.
It’s kind of off topic in this thread, I just mention it because I find that before you jump through a hundred hoops and spend money on a linksys printserver, you might look into this solution which will also solve some other problems down the line.
This requires the use of three hands. If your printer has options such as a duplexing tray, you may get another window asking if the options are installed.
Start IE or Firefox 9.
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At the command prompt type arp -s followed by the ip address you want to assign to the print server followed by the MAC address of the print server peint in step 3. From the Print Server on screen menu, select Protocol from the menu. I also select “Line Printer Daemon Then I selected Protocol: Here’s what worked for me: You saved me a lot of frustration.
It works fine except for a minor bug in v2.
Set up wireless printing via the Linksys WPS54G – Mac OS X Hints
The PrintServer Status, Printer tab should show your printer info. Wait for all lights on the printer server to turn green before continuing with the setup. DonCognacchio on Nov 05, ’06 I do not understand the “P1” that follows Swrver the name exactly and click Save. Connect the Wireless Bluetooth Printer Kit to the printer. This site is not responsible for what they say.
I just downloaded drivers first and then it was no problem. Select the printer driver see step sserver, above. I have the following information about the Print Serve.