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EASY PRINTING ON ETHERNET NETWORKS
Meet the EpsonNet 10Mbit and 10/100Mbit internal
print servers—two products that are sure to increase LAN
user productivity. EpsonNet print servers instantly convert
many EPSON printers with a Type B slot into network
printers. Your entire workgroup can share EPSON ink jet
printers, impact printers and laser printers. And, EpsonNet
print servers support Internet Printing (IPP), Active Directory
and Printer Status Page features included with Windows
2000.
The EpsonNet 10Base2/10BaseT print server lets you
connect your printer directly to a 10Mbit coax or twisted
pair network, while the 10/100Base-TX server lets you
connect to a Fast Ethernet network. In addition, it provides
an easy upgrade path if installed on a 10Base-T network.
Simply insert it in the printer's optional interface slot,
connect it anywhere on your network and run the
installation software. The print server automatically detects
network speed for operation at 10Mbit or 100Mbit. And,
because the print server is housed inside the printer, there's
no wasted space or extraneous cables.
The menu-driven EpsonNet installation wizard and
configuration software make setup a snap. Configure the
print server from any Windows or Macintosh
on your LAN or from a web browser.
Monitoring printer status is just as easy. The EpsonNet
utilities let you instantly view printer status and route
selected jobs to less utilized printers for maximum
productivity. Your network administrator can also monitor
printer status, ink, toner and paper levels, paper jams and
on-line/off-line status at a glance.
For users of Novell Netware
servers are compatible with EpsonNet NDPS Gateway.
This allows you to download the latest printer driver
automatically, without visiting the user's desk, and helps
decrease printer downtime by sending alerts to your
network administrator when printer problems occur.
EpsonNet print servers support multiple protocols
simultaneously, such as TCP/IP, IPX and AppleTalk
Engineered specifically for EPSON printers, our EpsonNet
print servers will amaze you. Install one
today and watch user productivity on
your Ethernet soar to new heights.
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workstation
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4 or 5, EpsonNet print
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EPSON Multiprotocol 10Base-T and
10/100Base-TX Type B Ethernet Print Servers
F E A T U R E S
B E N E F I T S
• Provides fast, easy
Quickly converts many Epson printers
set up
with Type B slots into network printers.
• Supports multiple
Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 98,
operating systems
Windows 95, Windows 3.x, Macintosh and
OS/2 users can all access an Epson printer
without complicated configuration schemes.
• Includes EpsonNet
Enables printing over the Internet
Web Manager and
and intranets using IPP.
Internet Print
• Includes EPSON Status
Allows allocation of print jobs among
Monitor and job status
networked printers and monitoring
monitoring utility
of printer status across an entire network.
• Offers compatibility
Provides greater flexibility in applications.
with the EpsonNet
NDPS Gateway in
Novell networks
• Supports Windows
Printer objects are easily managed because
2000 Active Directory
printer access can be controlled by
Windows 2000 security mechanisms.

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    Windows 95, Windows 3.x, Macintosh and user productivity. EpsonNet print servers instantly convert OS/2 users can all access an Epson printer many EPSON printers with a Type B slot into network without complicated configuration schemes. printers. Your entire workgroup can share EPSON ink jet •...

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    Specifications are subject to change without notice. EPSON and EPSON Stylus are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation. EPL, FX and DFX are trademarks and Epson Connection is a service mark of Epson America, Inc. All other product and brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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