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  1. Jeff Mackay "A woodworking geek" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 79 of 81 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Best One I find , 19 December 2006
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    review is from: D-Link DPR-1260 RangeBooster G Multifunction Print Server (Personal Computers)

    It’s Okay. not perfect. Installation is not as easy as it should be. instructions are not as good as they should be. Some printers to work with him, and apparently some do not.
    But go look at the reviews on all the other print server. You’ll see the same problems. I tried other at least three, and could no longer work out of them. I was able successfully to this print server with an Epson R300 (USB 1.1), a Canon MP830 All -in-one (USB 2, print only), and even a Lexmark Optra T610 laser printer to work (in parallel with a USB-to-parallel adapter from Belkin).
    printer manufacturers have nuts with bidirectional data back and forth between the printer and the computer vanished The result:.. really pretty printer drivers that you connected a lot of information and options, but vary depending on the printer physically connected to the computer, but if you share just that the printer with a bunch of other people (especially a group of people with laptops want), it’s much harder Either everyone has change on cable, or to buy a print server -.. And give the pretty driver screens that appear to tell you more ink buy
    The D-Link DPR-1260 is the only one I could find that actually compatible printers listed on the box. They say that they tested with 100 different printers. I believe it. your competitors do not seem nearly as much testing done have.
    If you are not comfortable setting up a wireless router on your own, or if you need help installing your printer for the first time, don ‘t buy it. If you can figure out what the d- link is doing by setting ports to print to your printer has an IP address, give it a try.
    If the market had some better entries, I probably wouldn ‘t Rate with 5 stars. But it seems the cream la creme be
    Update (12/2007):… We had it for about a year, and we had trouble a number of times, it loses repeatedly settings If I could reduce the number of stars, I would his two or three.

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  • Null Pointer says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 39 of 42 people found the following review helpful:
     2.0 out of 5 stars Horrible Setup, Lousy and incomplete Docs, Prints Well, scans are not as good , 31 May 2007
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    This review is from: D-Link DPR-1260 RangeBooster G Multifunction Print Server (Personal Computers)

    Pros:
    Combination Wireless 4-port USB print server, scanner interface and single-port bridge. So far, the bridge single Ethernet connection has worked flawlessly. Printing when I was on the configuration nightmare, works great with a Kyocera FS-1010 laser printer and an HP Office Jet 6110 MFP either Windows XP or Linux / CUPS.
    Supports scanning for some HP and Epson products, but not all. Please check the D-Link website and web user reviews to see if yours is supported. Ditto for printers.
    Works with some “problem” printers that other USB print server are either not deal at all, or handle poorly. This unit replaced a D-Link DP-311U, which had to be reset after each print job on my FS-1010. A SMC 2621W-U wireless print server would not work at all with this particular printer.
    Supports WPA and WPA2 encryption. Anything less is really not sure. This has allowed us to separate WEP encrypted wireless system that we used for printer retirement.
    Works with most operating systems, including Linux. Once in place, it is not know or what operating system you use, at least for the pressure
    drawbacks.
    Absolutely the worst possible setup. Out of the box it only works with DHCP. No default fixed IP always, even after a timeout. WLAN encryption is off. SSID is “D-Link” This thing requires the setup that your wireless network to meet their needs, rather than being the other way around. It’s absurd.
    scanning is browser-based, non-HP or Epson native, and it does not work with all browsers. Linux is worse than Windows. IE and Firefox works OK for me on Windows, Opera does not. Nothing was 100% on Linux. Scanning resolution was less than the scanner was able, even at the highest setting. White color scans a light blue color.
    completely inadequate documentation. Most of the device info in this report is either not mentioned or is buried in useless garbage. Absolutely nothing on browser Javascript requirements for scanning.
    user insufficient. There is no signal level indicator. One can not say how well the machine will receive, other than the wireless LED lights id. The printer wizard is not always an error message if it can not work. There are just sitting there and still. The sides need to update a manual update. It does not work properly on all browsers.
    No Telnet interface. [If you do not understand that you do not care, it is a command line thing. :-)]
    Other points typical of wireless print server, Neither Nor Pro Con: It can not with so-called
    winprinters, known as GDI printers, work, or host-based printer. These cheapies missing internal smarts, and rely on Windows for ALL their processing. The D-Link is not to blame.
    Ink Level Reporting and faxing of multi-function devices are not supported, such as D-Link States.
    The USB ports for printer only. You can not with other USB devices.
    A printer driver must be installed with the print server on any PC on the network for each printer, unless there is no need for a specific PC to print a specific printer. A printer instance (print server connected printer) has to be created in the Printers and Faxes folder, or its equivalent, from any PC. This can be misunderstood to be a lot of work and often seems
    The basics on how to set up a DPR-1260 are:.
    This is the stuff that is either absent or not readily apparent in the documentation.
    1 Your network must have a DHCP server. If you do not know what that means, you have almost certainly already running.
    2 Either the. Your wireless unencrypted and broadcast an SSID of “D-Link” (caps matter) or connect an Ethernet cable between your DPR-1260 and your router / hub / switch I recommend the latter. In this way, it is less likely that you end up with your print server. Based with your neighbors insecure-default-settings D-Link wireless network that is certainly possible
    3 If you are not the cable method, the wireless light on the device must be fixed to continue. This means that the DPR-1260 with (hopefully) wireless network and you can get an IP via DHCP. If not, check steps 1 and 2
    4 Follow the installation instructions of the procedure to connect to the print server, the work, or can log into what box has the DHCP server and note the IP was the DPR-1260 offers. Add the IP in a browser to get the print server interface that will work.
    If you have wired the print server to the network, you should be able to leave it there for the rest of the setup (except for firmware updates) if you want. If you connect a PC to the print server Ethernet port.
    5 I recommend that you assign a static IP address to the print server so that you can target = “_top”>

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  • Bilbo says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 19 of 19 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars DPR 1260 works for me – here are some tips for setup , third December 2008
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    This review is from: D-Link DPR-1260 RangeBooster G Multifunction Print Server (Personal Computers)

    I have an HP Photosmart 2410xi AIO. Both printing and scanning work fine for me. I tried several print server in the same price range in vain before I found this one, which I think is great.
    Based on the reviews, some out there are not so fortunate. I agree that the documentation for the DPR 1260 left much to be desired, so I thought I’d share a few helpful tips:
    NETWORK SETUP
    I have no problems with network setup as some others have reported. Maybe I’m just lucky?
    1) I think the trick is to just start using the cable. Use it to the DPR 1260 * your * router (NOT to your PC). Once you have updated firmware and got set up the printer, * then * you can change the wireless.
    2) is to take some firmware versions for the server manually assign IP address to the server and the router with the 192.168.1.0 subnet (with mask 255.255.255.0). If you have problems, browse to your router web page to check (usually the router with the IP address 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 – just enter the IP addr bar in the address bar of your browser).

    3) IMPORTANT: If the server is using DHCP, you want to assign to the print server has a static IP address. You can do this from your router web page with the print server MAC address, or by assigning a manual IP address of the server from the server side. Ask someone to help you if you do not know how.

    If you do not, your server may assign the IP address and no longer receive your printer works. If this is * not * happen to you, you must install the printer on your PC (using the Server Assistant – see below), so that it points to the correct IP address again. This is not the server’s fault, it’s just the way printer network port monitors work in Windows XP / Vista
    PRINTER SETUP
    1) To use the printer from the DPR. 1260, you MUST click the printer on each PC you install in print, even if you have the printer attached directly to the computer. The reason is that a new “Print Queue” on your PC with a port monitor that. On the print server via Port 9100 or LPR
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    create) your best bet is to install the printer, the DPR 1260 is the setup wizard under the ‘Setup’ tab to use found in the server side. The problem with the Add Printer Wizard in Windows XP / Vista Control Panel is that some manufacturers of printers, not the printer appears in the list of available printers if the printer driver is already “staged” (ie, previously installed. Your computer)
    3) IMPORTANT: In step 3, the server setup wizard when you are prompted to insert the driver CD, it means you give your printer driver CD, and NOT the CD that came with the print server. If you can not find the CD for your printer, download the driver from the printer manufacturer’s support site, unzip it if necessary, and then point the wizard browser to the folder containing the driver (it is for the . inf file in the folder view).
    Note that the DPR 1260 Assistant downloads a setup exe for Windows XP / Vista PC, which automatically installs the printer for you (ie add a new print queue). The exe is what the DPR 1260 setup apart from other print servers -. Most others I’ve seen expect you
    the Windows Add Printer Wizard, which does not use often
    SCAN
    1) Scan only works for HP and Epson models. My HP 2410xi worked for scanning in order, even if it is not in the DLink list of supported printers.
    2) To use the network scanning feature, you must retrieve the server software on your Internet browser. Only the server web page, search for your used for the installation and click ‘Scan’ tab (IE or Firefox, both worked fine.) The software that comes with your printer does not work for scanning over the network.
    3) I did not mention notice strange discoloration with the scans as anyone. The scans look just as good as when using the HP bloatware ‘scanning software.
    MISC
    If the printer stops working for any reason, make sure you do not plug it into a different USB port than it is in when it was first installed.

    problems like this, when printing from a PC does not seem to be working, can often be resolved by reinstalling the printer using the Server Setup Wizard.
    BTW I am a computer engineer and do this for a living. I know computers are frustrating, so I hope my comments help to ease your pain a bit 🙂

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