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Oct 15, Posts: Wed Jan 14, 7: Use – Select software Maybe I’ll get it sorted once the IPFire box is all set up: Log in or sign up in seconds. Well no such luck!
I disketation a TP Link print server and when the printer is hooked up to that box, printing works just fine. I can understand adding a usb printer and making it networked, like it is popular with routers, but what is a sense of adding a printer that is already on the network? Where the wild things are Registered: Thu Jan 15, 2: Name, Location – choose by yourself.
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Such printers are notoriously hard to network via a “printserver”. I had a Lexmark before that and that always ran out of ink in one of the cartridges and refused to print at the most awkward moments, before that an old HP.
Thu Jan 15, 8: May 22, Posts: Want to add to the discussion? Pribter love my Synology, but If you have several printers it’s easier to centralize management on a print server. There are 2 possible problems.
Sat Feb 14, 5: Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor. I did that, no dice My Google-fu is failing me and Synology support told me to reinstall as I was running to many 3rd party apps in their opinion.
I ended up giving up and just hooking up my printer to my router, which depressingly worked the first time. That’s awesome, I didn’t know that you could do that. If you are an iOS user, you can connect your networked printer to a synology, as you describedand activate AirPrint-capabilities this way. That’s all, print test page and enjoy. I just tried the HP Laserjet again, thanks to this thread. The wife has an older MacBook white, rounded corners with