The Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) lets you easily connect to any printer and print documents by specifying the device's URL. With IPP Technology, Printing over a WAN or the Internet becomes much easier. You can send a job to a printer in another country just as easily as to a printer in your own office. Why use a fax to send information from office to office when you can print your documents directly from your computer to another out-of-office printer?
Network Your Printer
The Hawking 3-Port 10/100 Internet Print Server is extremely powerful and the most convenient way to connect your printer to a network. It provides a 10/100Mbps auto-sensing port, allowing flexible attachment to either 10BaseT or 100BaseTX networks without the need for a dedicated PC print server. The PN7337P also supports multiple servers and multiple protocols, allowing you to print from anywhere, from any computer and from any application.
The PN7337P not only gives network users greater flexibility, but also reduces file server load. This enhances both printing performance as well as overall network performance. You can place your printer anywhere in the network. There is no need to place your printer right next to the workstation or file server.
Managing your PN7337P is simple. The built-in Web Management feature will allow you to configure, monitor the status of, and even reset the PN7337P from anywhere via a web browser. Furthermore, the PN7337P supports the most popular network protocols such as Microsoft NetBEUI, Novell IPX/SPX, Macintosh AppleTalk, TCP/IP. IPP allows you to connect the PN7337P to any platform such as Windows 95/98/2000/ME, NT, NetWare, UNIX, LINUX and Macintosh networks.
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