Wireless Print Server with 3-Parallel Ports
The D-Link DP-313 is an 802.11b compliant wireless print server with three parallel ports. The DP-313 provides the ability and convenience of sharing a printer over a network beyond the wired network infrastructure*. The DP-313 is equipped with three bi-directional ports that are IEEE-1284 compliant. As a print server, the DP-313 connects directly to any bi-directional printer and uses the 802.11b standard to enable wireless communication between the printer and any computer within the LAN. The D-Link DP-313 is targeted at small business and offices looking to avoid the cost of wiring and relocating printers from one area to another.
Aside from using IEEE 802.11b to provide 11Mbps LAN connectivity, the D-Link DP-313 implements DMA channel support for high-speed simultaneous printing on all three parallel ports. Multi-protocol support gives the D-Link DP-313 flexibility in mixed-LAN environments. The DP-313 can be configured via WEB browser. The DP-313 also supports the latest MIB-II (RFC-1213) for SNMP management. The DP-313 ships with an LPR software client for TCP/IP printing in Windows 95/98/ME. Finally, the DP-313 is capable of using DHCP, BOOTP, and RARP to obtain an IP address from the network.
D-Link Wireless Print Server with 3-Parallel Ports, Power, Internal, 460 g, 0 - 50 °C, 5 - 95%, -25 - 55 °C
D-Link Wireless Print Server with 3-Parallel Ports. LED indicators: Power. Antenna type: Internal. Weight: 460 g. Data transfer rate: 11 Mbit/s, Dimensions (WxDxH): 223.3 x 131.7 x 35 mm