Powder-Jill , Sep 28, How we doing Jill, did STechys info get you sorted? Thanks Bert Bosch Netherlands b. GCDude , Sep 24, Join over , other people just like you! So after 2 years we still haven’t secured it properly since we’ve been having basic troubles just getting simple stuff to work. So the next problem is which installation-type should I follow, which is the best for my situation??

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Jul 7, Messages: I just picked up a refurb’d I’m on a budget Netgear FMP wireless router with built in print server.

Install your printer manually and hook it on lpr port per Netgear manual. I really don’t want to setup LPR and would like to setup direct printing to the parallel port on the unit. Either via connected device information from the router, or via network neighbourhood via your prijt

TerryNet Nov 4, Bob CerelliOct 1, This page isn’t what you are looking for? Powder-JillSep 28, Ohh something tells me that pirnt 3 steps involve way more understanding than doing 3 simple troubleshooting.


NetGear FM114P ProSafe™ 802.11b Wireless Firewall w/4 Port 10/100 Switch and Print Server Series

Have the same problem. However, it did not come with the CD with the drivers nor can I find it on Netgear’s site or anywhere on the net. If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Would be very happy Most Active Forum Topics this week So after 2 years we still haven’t secured it properly since we’ve been having basic troubles just getting simple stuff to work.

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Would there be any major network problematics in doing so you pprint. Log in or Sign up. But LPR wasn’t really the solution I was looking for, in my particular situation.

Jul 18, Messages: Powder-JillSep 23, But however my Win XP home network is merely an experimentation ground with the goal to move to Linux: Apr 1, Messages: Are we seeing the end of the primt for the Windows NT kernel? Discussion in ‘ Networking ‘ started by Powder-JillSep 23, After pestering, Netgear said: Welcome to Tech Support Guy! This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers fj114p donations.


Does anybody now otherwise, when it comes to PTP printing in Linux environments? You may want to try doing the steps of on section without enabling sharing on either of the 2 PC’s Well fm114pp forget about my first questions for a while! Is this normal or has I done something wrong in my previous setups? Join overother people just like you! Here is the guide I followed in order to setup the printer to my Firewall Parallell Port: