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TRENDnet TE100-P1P Serveur d'impression parallèle
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- Serveur d'impression parallèle
- 1 port 10/100 Mbps RJ45 Fast Ethernet
- Fonctionne comme client DHCP ou utilise l'auto-assignation d'IP
- Supporte les protocoles TCP/IP, NetBEUI et Apple Talk
- Configuration très simple par l'application Windows 'BiAdmin', interface HTTP, SNMP, FTP et Telnet
- Supporte les méthodes d'impression PTP, LPD, SMB, IPP et Macintosh LaserWriter/Chooser (EtherTalk)
- Supporte les diagnostics imprimante - Bouton de reset hardware
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Description du produit
La façon la plus simple mettre une imprimante parallèle en réseau ! Ce boîtier vous permet de partager une imprimante parallèle traditionnelle sur un réseau. Le TE100-P1P détecte automatiquement la vitesse du réseau. Facile à connecter, c'est une solution idéale pour les réseaux domestiques ou professionnels.
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First little inconvenience - the address. This print server can do DHCP so why is it shipped with a hard address? An address that is often the default router address? Of the hundreds of networks I've worked with if .1 is available in the subnet I've very rarely seen it not used as as the default gateway. How about press a button to put it into DHCP mode or to send a page with the IP info? OK, so I have to isolate this print server - take one of my computers off line, disconnecting network drives, etc. Fine. The software can find it at any address. Anyway, I get it up and running. But not printing.
I've worked in IT for quite a few years and have never seen a print server that didn't take a normal printer cable. I had 2 at home. No go. I waited until I got to work so I could borrow a print-extender cable - I found over 50 print cables and 0 print extenders. I called around to a few facilities in my area. Nobody had ever seen one. Ever. So I went back to Amazon and ordered one. Second day shipping wasn't an option so it was another 6 days, for a total of about 10. And of course I now have even more invested in this little stop-gap.
I was able to change the IP address with a web browser but not set up a printer for some reason. Nor can a printer be set up using the normal Windows printer utility, like you can with an HP print server. Of course the HP print server is much more expensive... Using the software was pretty simple but I'd like to be able to set up a printer using just the IP address and port number and not worry about using someone else's software.
OK, I will admit that the picture clearly shows a centronics end and not a parallel end. I'll take a hit for that, though I think it is unusual. And some of the reviews mentioned the address issue. Still lame. Setting up the printer was easy so I shouldn't complain about how I set it up. In other words, there was a handful of little things about the set up that bugged me but nothing too extreme. So far it seems to be working fine. A good, average C+/B- for this - it ended up costing a little more than I expected (due to cable issue). It works well and isn't bad, but it isn't great either.
My printer is HP Laserjet 2420 - my workhorse for reliable, fast, duplex printing.
Basic prep steps:
1. Look at the install CD - the manual PDF in the CD is the pretty solid there. The one u get (printed booklet) included in the box is somewhat useless.
2. This device comes packaged as 192.168.0.1 (usually the router address !!). So you may have to rename it to some higher address. See next item - related.
3. Additionally my network is not in the 192.168.0.x, so I had to also use an old router with 192.168.0.x so my browser could access 192.168.0.1 of the TE100, change the IP of the TE100 to match the range for my current network system-- since I didn't want to mess my running router. So for the first hr, I couldn't even get to the print server.
4. If you're doing a OSX 10.7, change the 2nd port to 631 - as mentioned in the PDF doc.
It's a catch 22 - their wizard software can't find your router, so it's useless (to me). I had to use the web URL method to find - after making changes for #2 and #3.
My Windows 7 Professional:
1. Did not use the autorun method, because the wizard could NOT find my TE100-P1P.
2. Followed page 45 as in the user guide - everything worked fine.
My OSX 10.7
1. Follow page 65 with some adjustments that worked for me.
While the server did show up when I click the "+", it defaulted to Bonjour and I could not change it. So I ignored this method, and added it by IP address.
2. I used the IPP protocol
3. I setup a second port method for 631
4. I left the queue to be BLANK
This made my Laserjet work !
I'm sure there are better steps to doing the Mac 10.7 setup - hope this saves you 1 to 2 hours of unnecessary work.
Because of this, I've taken away 1 star ... in reality I think it's a 3.5 stars. I'm surprised there's really no competition for this needed device.