About Your Network Interface
The EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server is a wireless
network interface that connects to the USB port of an Epson device
(such as printer or all-in-one). With this network interface, you
can create a wireless connection between the Epson device and a
local area network using the IEEE 802.11b/g communication
A radio signal is transmitted over the wireless network when you
send a job to the device. Then the device prints or scans the file
when the network interface receives the radio signal directly from
a computer or from an access point.
This network interface is Wi-Fi certified for interoperability with
other 802.11-compliant products.
Because the network interface supports multiple protocols and
automatically detects protocols on your network, you can print
Use EpsonNet EasyInstall to easily configure the network
interface for use on a TCP/IP network. If you are using an
all-in-one, EpsonNet EasyInstall installs the drivers on your
computer. You can use the device on the TCP/IP network at once.
For protocols such as TCP/IP, NetWare, NetBEUI, AppleTalk
IPP, and SNMP, you can use EpsonNet Config, the configuration
utility provided with your product, to quickly and easily
configure the network interface to use these protocols.