Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer Drivers for Windows Download
Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer Driver
LINKSYS EPSX3 10/ 3-PORT PARALLEL PRINT SERVER (ONLY - AC Adapter Not included): : Electronics. a trusty EPSX3 PrintServer that works flawlessly under WinXP using XP Pro and Vista (using LPR - NO Linksys driver involved) but port 2. UPC is associated with product Cisco-Linksys EPSX3 EtherFast 10/ 3-port PrintServer, find barcode image, product images.
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Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer Driver
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Software instalation and server setup could be a little more complicated if you did not have any knowledge of networking and the use of IP address and DHCP servers and what there fubcions are. The instructions need to be read carefully Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer get all the hidden items. I just installed the driver on all my Windows machines and the Printserver manager on one PC per the instructions.
Each printer is set to its own port. I am able to print from the followwing PC operating system with this print server, Novell 5. The Linux setup setup was much more complicated as Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer definition files had to be reconfigured but any good Linux user should be able to do this with no problem, I am a novice Linux user.
This is a solid product. It is the best printserver I have ever had. The documentation could use a little more work.
[SOLVED] How to: Setup a Linksys Print Server
I decided to Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer the EPSX3 so that I wouldn't have to leave a computer on to work as a print server. Now, keep in mind that my job involves the setup and use of the computers on a daily basis.
Therefore, the setup of this print server should have been a snap. Hey, two Linksys products should work well together, right? I ran the Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer program as specified in the instructions, but no matter how hard I tried, the print server remained invisible.
I got the same result on all three computers. I gave up after about two hours.
Evening two, I spotted the review submitted [on Amazon. I disabled the firewall, and I was able to access the print server. To sum it up, if you want to use Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer print server under Windows XP, I believe these steps should help to get you there: Disable the XP firewall. If you do this though, make sure you've got some other means of protection for your system.
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Make sure that you've already installed the driver for the printer s you want to use. This print server defaults to DHCP. The System Configuration window will appear. To include the PrintServer in a group for administrative Linksys EPSX3 PrintServeruse the Group Name option, which appears as a drop-down menu.
Enter a new device name for the PrintServer in the Device Name field. These also come in Ethernet to USB versions.
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It's a network host for your old non network equipped printers. This is a great solution to bring old late 90's in my case equipment up to date.
Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer with LinkSys tech support who didn't help much. I'm not recommending this as a solution to anyone else. Also if anyone does find something here that is an issue or vulnerability, please do note it for myself and others to take notice of. This took me a good part of the day AND Linksys tech support wasn't much help.
That said, I figured I'd post a simple how to just in case it helps someone else. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Visit the following links: If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please Linksys EPSX3 PrintServer us.