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Old March 12th, 2007, 07:53 AM
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Unhappy Print Server PS110 issues

I have a PS110 hanging off an RP614v3 router and having little success. The web management for the router doesnt show the server as being attached, regardless of what i've tried! Any further ideas anyone?
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Old March 12th, 2007, 07:57 AM
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Default Re: Print Server PS110 issues

Welcome to the forum.

What have you tried?

Did you give the print server an ip address?
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Old April 1st, 2007, 04:04 PM
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Welcome to the forum.

What have you tried?

Did you give the print server an ip address?
I have the same problem as the originator of this thread.

Please, tell me HOW do I give an IP address to the PrintServer ?

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Old April 1st, 2007, 05:28 PM
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I have the same problem as the originator of this thread.

Please, tell me HOW do I give an IP address to the PrintServer ?

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First you have to know what IP is released from your router.. acess your router setting and look attach device.. device name is listed back of your PS110.

once you find it.. http:// ip address.

from there you can change static IP and if you want you can change your device name..

or just use netgear utility that came with your PS..

you can change from there too..
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Old April 1st, 2007, 10:56 PM
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First you have to know what IP is released from your router.. acess your router setting and look attach device.. device name is listed back of your PS110.

once you find it.. http:// ip address.

from there you can change static IP and if you want you can change your device name..

or just use netgear utility that came with your PS..

you can change from there too..

I did ALL from above. Here is the summary:

TRY No. 1:
My home LAN is at 192.168.5.1 (router with DHCP).

- set the printer server via Netgear admin tool the DHCP mode
- found print server IP via PING. It was 192.168.5.119.
- entered into the browser input field http://192.168.5.119
I did expect to get the print server web based configuration page in the browser ....
but I did not
- MS XP did find print server with two parallel ports detected with the appropriate pritners detected ( HP 1100 and HP 940C)
- went through XP printer seting procedure to install the approriate drivers
- try to print test page... result: nothing or some kind of garbage printing
- try to print a page from the application (adobe acrobat) ... result: ... garbage printing

TRY No.2:
- reinstalled the complete NETGEAR software from scratch.
- instead of using DHCP, I've set the print server to the
STATIC address: 192.168.5.10
MASK: 255.255.255.0
GATEWAY: 192.168.5.1

MS XP did find the printserver on the address 192.168.5.10. Then I did repeat the complete procedure from the TRY No.1 to install the approriate drivers for P2 and P1

Printer still prints garbage. I can not browse the web based print server setting via the browser.

TRY No.3:
Went on the net and DL the latest XP printer drivers for the above mentioned HP printers and install them followed with all steps from TRY No.1 and TRY No.2.

Printing was still a garbage. Web access did not work.

I am desperate. No Idea how to proceed from here.

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Old April 1st, 2007, 11:32 PM
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Print Server Utility and Windows Firewall Problem

If you have a PS101, PS111W, PS101, PS104, PS105, PS110, PS111W or PS113, download the latest setup wizard.

The link from above is dead

Found it herehttp://kbserver.netgear.com/inquira/...08#__highlight
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I did ALL from above. Here is the summary:

TRY No. 1:
My home LAN is at 192.168.5.1 (router with DHCP).

- set the printer server via Netgear admin tool the DHCP mode
- found print server IP via PING. It was 192.168.5.119.
- entered into the browser input field http://192.168.5.119
I did expect to get the print server web based configuration page in the browser ....
but I did not
- MS XP did find print server with two parallel ports detected with the appropriate pritners detected ( HP 1100 and HP 940C)
- went through XP printer seting procedure to install the approriate drivers
- try to print test page... result: nothing or some kind of garbage printing
- try to print a page from the application (adobe acrobat) ... result: ... garbage printing

TRY No.2:
- reinstalled the complete NETGEAR software from scratch.
- instead of using DHCP, I've set the print server to the
STATIC address: 192.168.5.10
MASK: 255.255.255.0
GATEWAY: 192.168.5.1

MS XP did find the printserver on the address 192.168.5.10. Then I did repeat the complete procedure from the TRY No.1 to install the approriate drivers for P2 and P1

Printer still prints garbage. I can not browse the web based print server setting via the browser.

TRY No.3:
Went on the net and DL the latest XP printer drivers for the above mentioned HP printers and install them followed with all steps from TRY No.1 and TRY No.2.

Printing was still a garbage. Web access did not work.

I am desperate. No Idea how to proceed from here.

Regards

Igor
what printer are you hooking up?
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Default Re: Print Server PS110 issues

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what printer are you hooking up?
PRINTER 1: HP LaserJet 1100
PRINTER 2: HP DeskJet 960C

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Old April 2nd, 2007, 07:09 AM
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PRINTER 1: HP LaserJet 1100
PRINTER 2: HP DeskJet 960C

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you should be fine then.. never oused 960 but disable bi-drectional on 960. I have 1200 on PS110 and works just fine.

I would use static IP and use standard tcp/ip ports over netgear port.

use LPR not RAW...
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 07:18 AM
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you should be fine then.. never oused 960 but disable bi-drectional on 960.
HOW and WHERE to change setting ?

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I have ve 1200 on PS110 and works just fine.
I would use static IP and use standard tcp/ip ports over netgear port.
As you can see from my lenghtly posting from yesterday, I DID try static. Both printer still print garbled characters

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use LPR not RAW...
Where is this setting hidden ?

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