Single-Port Wireless USB Print Server
With Built-in High-Speed 802.11g WLAN Interface
The DP-G310 wireless print server provides a high-speed USB 2.0 printer port for connection to a USB-supported printer.
Equipped with a 10/100BASE Ethernet and high-speed 802.11g wireless LAN interface, this device lets you conveniently share
your printer with a group of home or office users, with or without the network wires. Supporting multiple network operating
systems, this print server brings a high level of flexibility and performance to your printing needs.
The DP-G310 is ideal for both the large office and the small
workgroup. For homes and SOHO with just one printer to
share, this print server offers a single port and saves you the
cost. For the large office with many computer users and
several printers scattered at different places, you can plug
one print server to each of these printers to share them on
Ethernet and Wireless Interfaces
Two LAN interfaces are provided on this print server:
(1) a 10/100BASE-TX Ethernet port and (2) a high-speed
802.11g wireless LAN interface supporting up to 54Mbps
network data transfer. This flexibly allows both Ethernet
users and wireless users to print files through the print server.
Wireless Network Security
The DP-G310 provides the necessary security for wireless
users, using the user-selectable 64/128-bit industry-standard
High-speed USB 2.0 printer port
Built-in high-speed 802.11g wireless interface
10/100BASE-TX Ethernet port
Prints files from Windows, Unix, NetWare, Macintosh
Remote printing support
User access & print job control
Easy web-based administration
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) encryption protocol. Data
privacy mechanism is based on a shared key algorithm, as
described in the wireless LAN standard.
Remote Printing Support
The DP-G310 supports IPP (Internet Printing Protocol), so
you can set an IP address in the print server for remote users
to output print files to the printers from remote places.
Setup & Access Control
Setting up the print server can be done from any workstation
running a web browser. In addition, Windows-based menu-
driven program allows you to do administration jobs and set
access control. Access to your network printer can be
control by setting up a list of MAC addresses of user
computers allow to print files. SNMP and latest MIB-II
MIBs are built into the print server, allowing you to manage
this device on an SNMP standard-based network.
Windows-based program for easy setup/management of
SNMP and MIB-II (RFC 1213) support for platform-