- (February 24, 2006) First off, a network print server is a MUST-HAVE if you have a Home/Office LAN or Wireless-LAN, an existing USB printer, and several LAN users/PCs that want to share same printer INDEPENDENTLY from each PC. Ok, 3 THINGS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT THE PS121 ------------------------------------------- 1. MULTI-FUNCTION PRINTERS CAN ONLY PRINT, but scan/copy/fax functions are NOT supported. Also, advanced printer functions like low-ink-warning are NOT supported. Netgear.com publishes a list of supported printers, follow this link: http://www.netgear.com/products/details/PS121.php ,then see link that says "List of printers that hav
- (December 19, 2003) The administration software finds the print server immediately, even though the default IP was on a different segment as my LAN. Unlike other print servers with which I had to configure weird ports in print manager, with the PS1U I just named the print server and the port (or you can use the default names) and give it an IP (or let your DHCP server do this). Any Windows stations on my LAN can easily connect to it by typing the path as \\(print server name)\(port name). I can even capture LPT1 ports to this path, for my antiquated DOS accounting system.
- (July 06, 2002) Netgear makes the most reliable home and small office networking products on the market. The PS101 print server was remarkably easy to set up and works without a glitch on my HP Laserjet 2100. A phoneline interface would have been perfect for hooking this up to my RP334 DSL router, but instead I had to purchase an ethernet to phoneline bridge (PE102) to accomplish this task. The power supply design is unnecessarily bulky making it difficult to use in combination with other adapters on powerstrip type surge protectors.
- (04/02/2013) This was a "slam dunk"...opened it up, walked upstairs, plugged it in my router and immediately I was able to print wireless from my laser printer, I-Phone, and I-Pad...it was awesome right out of the box!!! Very sleek design..Love it!!
- (03/07/2013) My printer shows the Bluetooth connection but neither my iPad or iPhone will show a new Bluetooth device . I have checked all settings but still nothing. My printer dose have a Bluetooth menu so I'm not sure why it will not be recognized . I guess you get what you pay for.
- (02/10/2013) I couldn't use this product as it was incompatible with the new HP desktop I had just purchased. Had to return it.