D-Link's multiprotocol print servers turn any printer into a network printer through a simple plug to the printer port. Supporting multiple protocols and multiple high-speed printer ports, these compact hand-held devices bring a high level of flexibility, performance and convenience to printer sharing over the network. Choices of auto-sensing 10BASE-T/BNC and 10/100Mbps NWay interface
2 Parallel Ports, 1 Serial Port
The DP-300+ is equipped with 2 high-speed parallel ports, and 1 serial port transmitting at up to 57.6Kbps. This allows simultaneous connection to as many as 3 printers while eliminating PC printer port bottlenecks and reducing demands on network servers.
Supporting IP, NetBEUI and Apple EtherTalk protocols, these print servers are ideal for shared printing in mixed-LAN environments.
Both parallel ports support HP PJL protocol for bi-directional network printer communication, proactively providing the administrator with critical information about the network printers.
Versatile Administrative Program
An simple-to-operate GUI under Windows makes it possible to set up the print servers in the matter of minutes. Telnet support means that the administrator can also configure and maintain the print servers from any station on a Unix or TCP/IP network.
With multiple high-speed ports and large spool buffers, D-Link's print servers provide outstanding performance over PC-based print servers and PC parallel/serial connections. The print server' compact size makes it possible to place them next to the printers, and to relocate the printers anytime, anywhere on the network.
IEEE 1284-compliant high-speed parallel ports
Serial port baud rate up to 57.6Kbps
Easy configuration through Windows, Telnet, Web browser
Support Windows NT, Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, TCP/IP, Unix, AppleTalk
Latest MIB-II (RFC 1213) for SNMP-standard management
Flash memory for easy software upgrade