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Ci t Print Server - Install a Print Serverduyminh on Fri Aug 14, 2009 12:44 pm

S dng chung my in HP qua print server Print server l mt card gn ngoi hay gn trong, gip cho cc PC trong mng LAN s dng chung mt my in mt cch c lp hn, khng ph thuc vo hot ng ca PC m my in gn vo. Bi vit s hng cch thc hin, c th i vi mt s dng my in HP. s dng chung mt my in trong mng LAN, ngoi cch chia s qua chc nng Sharing printer c sn ca Windows, bn cn c th dng mt thit b gi l print server. Thit b ny c 2 loi: gn trong (internal) v gn ngoi (external). Cch ny c u im l my in mng s khng ph thuc vo hot ng ca my tnh m n

c kt ni vo v n c gn trc tip vo mng LAN thng qua print server. Tuy nhin gi ca print server cng tng i cao, v d sn phm ca HP c gi t khong 60 USD cho ti vi trm USD. Nu bn c ngn sch eo hp nhng vn mun c mt my in laser ni mng dng chung, bn c th tm mua my in c (second hand) c gn sn JetDirect print server loi ni ng ci nh HP 4Plus, HP 5N, HP 5M ti khu Tn Tht Tng vi gi khong 60 - 100 USD, hoc trang b my in xn HP LaserJet 5Si nu hu bao cho php, vi gi khong 350 - 400 USD. Khi mua bn nh yu cu ngi bn km card HP JetDirect print server c cng RJ 45 tng thch cho my in . thit lp mt my in mng dng print server bn phi tin hnh cc bc: cu hnh a ch IP cho my in, ci t my in trn my tnh hoc my ch (v chia s my in trong mng). 1. Cu hnh a ch IP cho my in C nhiu cch cu hnh li a ch IP ca JetDirect print server, mt trong nhng cch l cu hnh trc tip qua bng iu khin ca my in. Bi vit ny s cp cch cu hnh theo phng php ny v n tng i n gin. Cch cu hnh ny p dng cho my in HP LaserJet 5, 5N, 5M, 5Si, 5Si MX, 4, 4M, 4 Plus, 4M Plus, 4V, 4MV, 4Si, 4Si MX, IIISi, 4000, 4050, 4100, 4500, 4550, 5000, 5100, 8500, 8550, 8000, 8150, HP 2500c Professional series, HP Business Inkjet 2200, 2250, 2600. Trn bng iu khin ca my in, bn thc hin cc bc sau: - Bm Menu cho n khi mt trong nhng thng s sau xut hin (ty theo mi dng my) AUX IP, MIO, MIO 1, MIO 2, EIO 1, EIO 2. i vi my HP Laser IIISi: bm nt Menu cho n khi xut hin PCL Config hoc PS Config. - Bm nt Item, chn CFG NETWORK ri bm nt Value (hoc nt +/-) thay i gi tr CFG NETWORK =YES*. - Bm nt Select hoc Resume ( lu li gi tr thay i).

- Bm nt Item chn CFG TCP/IP sau bm nt Value (hoc nt +/-) thay i gi tr CFG TCP/IP=YES*. - Bm nt Select hoc Resume. - Bm nt Item chn BOOTP ri bm nt Value (hoc nt +/-) thay i gi tr BOOTP=NO*. - Bm nt Select hoc Resume. - Bm nt Item chn cc thng s IP (a ch IP ca JetDirect), SM (subnet mask), LG (a ch IP ca syslog server - dng ghi li log file), GW (a ch IP ca gateway) t Byte 1 n Byte 4, bm nt Value (hoc nt +, -) thay i gi tr v bm nt Select hoc Resume lu li thng s. Gi tr mc inh s c du * trn mn hnh. i vi thng s LG hoc GW, nu bn khng mun cu hnh th cc byte phi gi tr l 0*. V d: nu bn mun cu hnh my in c a ch: IP: 192.168.1.100 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Syslog server: 192.168.1.1 Default gateway: 192.168.1.254 Trn my in bn s cu hnh cc gi tr tng ng nh sau: IP Byte 1: 192*, IP Byte 2: 168*, IP Byte 3: 1*, IP Byte 4: 100* SM Byte1: 255*, SM Byte2: 255*, SM Byte3: 255*, SM Byte4: 0* LG Byte1: 192*, LG Byte2: 168*, LG Byte3: 1*, LG Byte4: 1* GW Byte1: 192*, GW Byte2: 168*, GW Byte3: 1*, GW Byte4: 254*

- Bm nt Go hoc Online lu li cu hnh vo JetDirect. - In t Self Test kim tra a ch IP cu hnh. Ch : ng quan tm n CFG NETWORK=XXX, CFG TCP/IP=XXX (XXX=YES/NO). Sau khi cu hnh l YES, thng s ny s xut hin l NO. 2. Ci t my in trn my tnh hoc my ch v chia s my in trong mng Sau khi c a ch IP, bn tin hnh ci t my in trn mt hoc nhiu my tnh: - Ni dy cable mng t my in vo switch hoc hub. - T Control Panel ca Windows, bm i vo biu tng Printer and Faxes. - Chn Local printer attached to this computer, bm Next. - Chn Create a new Port v chn loi cng (Type of Port) l Standard TCP/IP port. - G a ch IP ca my in (ni phn 1 vo Printer Name or IP Address, bm Next. - Chn loi my in ( v d ny l HP LaserJet 5M). - t tn my in vo Printer name. - Nu bn mun chia s my in th chn vo Share name ri g tn ca my in vo ny. - Bm Finish kt thc ci t my in.

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Re: Ci t Print Server - Install a Print Serverduyminh on Fri Aug 14, 2009 5:08 pm

Print from anywhere on your home networkeven wirelessly. Here's how. As households become multicomputer homes in increasing numbers, more and more

people need to figure out how to use one printer from two or more PCs. Sure, you can constantly plug and unplug the printer cable, use Windows' Print Sharing function, or e-mail files to the PC that's directly hooked up to your printer. But if you're tired of such workarounds and want to have your printer accessible from any PC in your house, at any time, you need a print server.

Step 1: Step 1: Making the hardware connection Some printersusually, pricier units geared toward small businessescome with a built-in Ethernet port, which makes them innately networkable. But if you have a printer that's not network-readymost consumer-level printers aren'ta print server is your best alternative. Print servers come in several forms, sometimes even integrated into other devices. A stand-alone print server is a small device that enables your printer to communicate with all the computers on your network. Here, we'll discuss setting one up under Windows XP so that every computer connected to your network, wired or wirelessly, can use your printer. We used the D-Link DP-301U, a $64.99 USB-based wired print server. (To print wirelessly using this model, your network must have a wireless-capable router.) It connects to your router via an Ethernet cable and can only be used with USBinterface printers. (You can also find a few print servers available with parallel ports, for older printers.) Here, we hooked up the DP-301U to an HP LaserJet 1200 with a USB interface. Turn off your printer before you start. Before powering up the DP-301U, you need to connect it to a network port on your router using a straight-through (not crossover)

Ethernet cable. (You'll have to provide this.) Then, connect the printer to the print server using the USB cable that currently connects the printer to your PC. Next, switch on the printer, plug in the print server's power adapter, and connect it to the DP-301U.

Step 2: Addressing the server Now that the printer is connected to the print serverand the print server to your routeryou have to make your network "see" the device. You'll use the DP-301U's Web-based configuration tool to assign the print server an IP address that works with your network. Grab a pad and pencil. First, write down the print server's default address (192.168.0.10, according to the manual). Next, you'll need to choose a static IP address, within a similar range as the print server's default IP address, that's not currently in use on your network (we used 192.168.0.52) and that's within the same subnet mask (usually 255.255.255.0). You'll dedicate this IP address temporarily to your PC to enable you to access the print server. Next, you'll need to determine the IP address of the networked PC you're currently using. (It should be a PC that's wired directly into your router.) Find it by going to Start > Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt; type ipconfig /all and hit Enter. Write down the IP address of your PC's current network connection (for us, 192.168.2.2). Now, go to Start > Control Panel > Network Connections. Right-click on your Ethernet Local Area Connection, and click Properties. Under "This connection uses the following items:" select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)," and click Properties. Under the General tab, select "Use the following IP address:" and input the address you chose earlier (we plugged in 192.168.0.52) and the subnet mask (255.255.255.0). Click OK, then Close. (Note: Assuming you have broadband, you'll probably be temporarily kicked off your Net connection on this PC.)

Step 3: Use the print server's Web-configuration tool Now, enter the print server's IP address in your Web browser to access its configuration tool. For the DP-301U's tool, we entered http://192.168.0.10, per DLink's instructions. Using the tool, we then changed the IP address of the print server to one appropriate for our network; our router's original IP address was 192.168.2.1, so we changed the IP address of the DP-301U to one in the same subnet. In most basic home-network scenarios, you do this by changing the number after the last period in the IP address to one not used by another PC or device on your network. So, under the Network tab, we entered 192.168.2.10 for the print server's IP address, and hit Save. The other information we need from the tool is the USB port name, which you'll need in the next step. We found it in the Port Setting section under the Configuration tab. Finally, you need to restore the IP-address setting of the PC you're using to get your normal network connectivity back. In Start > Control Panel > Network Connections, right-click the connection you altered and click Properties; steer to Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties as you did earlier; and under "Use the following IP address:" restore the PC's original IP address if it has a static address (in our case, 192.168.2.2) or select "Obtain an IP address automatically" if your broadband provider uses dynamic IP addresses.

Step 4: Configure the TCP/IP printer port At this point, you should be ready to add the newly networked printer to the Printers and Faxes section in Windows XP and have it print correctly from multiple PCs. Go to Start > Control Panel > Printers