and has upgradable firmware.
The 175x print server supports both peer-to-peer and client/server printer networking
under TCP/IP; it supports peer-to-peer printer networking under IPX/SPX (direct
mode), Apple EtherTalk, and LPD printing. Operating system support includes Windows
(95, 98, 2000, ME, NT 4.0, and XP) and MacOS (v 8.6 and later). See the section on
The 310x print server includes all the protocol support of the 175x, as well as
client/server support for IPX/SPX under Novell NetWare and support of DLC/LLC, FTP
and IPP printing. These protocols are, in various combinations, supported on these
operating systems: Windows (95, 98, 2000, ME, NT 4.0, and XP), MacOS, Novell
NetWare, HP-UX, Solaris (on SPARC systems), SCO UNIX, LINUX, IBM AIX, MPE-IX,
and Artisoft LANtastic. See the section on
systems support which protocols.
Both print servers include an embedded Web server that allows remote management through a Web
The embedded Web server, which allows you to monitor and manage the print server
remotely, requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or later, or Netscape Navigator 5.0 or
Contents of the product package
The HP Jetdirect 175x and 310x products include:
print server module, with detachable mounting clip and mounting tape
HP Jetdirect CD (includes installation software, manuals, and troubleshooting)
Startup Guide poster
for details of which operating systems support which protocols.
section for more details on the print servers.
for details of which operating
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