10/100M Parallel Print Server
[HPS1P]
  • Easy to Install and Use
  • Print over the Internet/Intranet
  • No Need for a Dedicated Print Server Computer
  • Two year Warranty

 

HPS1P 10/100M Internet Parallel Print Server

Print over the Internet/Intranet to your home or office networked printer!

The Hawking HPS1P 10/100M Internet Print Server is a powerful and convenient tool to connect your parallel printer to a 10/100M Network. Use the HPS1P to connect your single parallel port printer to your home or office network. The Hawking HPS1P combined with the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) lets you easily connect to the HPS1P and print documents by specifying the print server\'s IP address. With IPP technology, printing over a WAN or the Internet becomes much easier. You can send a print job to a printer in another country just as easily as sending a print job to your home or office printer. IPP eliminates the need for fax communications between offices by simply printing an original document over the Internet and sending it from one office to another without the degradation of image and text quality that fax machines produce. With the HPS1P, your printer becomes a fully functional easy-to-use network print station.

-Easily Connect Your Printer To A Network
-Print Anywhere Over The Internet/Intranet
-Easy To Install And Use

 

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Network Interface

  • LAN: IEEE 802.3/803.2u standard,
  • 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing port,
  • RJ-45 (UTP) connector

Printer Interface

  • 10/100M RJ-45 x 1 (Auto-MDIX)
  • Centronics Port (Parallel Printer Port) (36 pin)

LED Indicators

  • Power, Link

Network Protocol Support

  • IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, TCP/IP, IPP, DHCP, SNMP, JetAdmin, LPR, SMB/TCP, Raw Printing, Unix Logical Printer, Novell NetWare, Windows Sever-Based Printing, and AppleTalk protocols

Network Operating System Support

  • Windows 95/98/98SE/ME/2000/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7
  • NetWare 3.x and above
  • Mac OS (Supports Postscript Printers Only)
  • Unix and Linux

Management

  • Web Interface, Telnet,
  • Windows-Based Setup Program

Power Supply

  • 7VDC/0.5A

EMI Conformance

  • FCC Class B, C-Tick, CE
How to figure out which version you have:

On the backside of the product there is a label that will determine which version you have. Click on the to see an image. To download a file, select the icon next to the select file.
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Serial should begin with HEMTPS1P...

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VIDEO TITLE/LINK
UPLOADED
DESCRIPTION
NOV 1 2010 
• Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender
 
 
• HWREN1
 
 
• Hawking Technologies, Inc.
 
 
Learn how to install youWREN1 from Hawking technology with this video tutorial.
 
 
More Questions? Check out our website at www.hawkingtech.com
  How do I setup the print server's IP address?
Install the software
After it is installed, go to start, programs, print server utilities. Disable any firewalls you may have running on your computer.
Run the configuration program
Do a search (button on top with magnifying glass)
It should find a print server.
High light the print server under print server group
Look to the right of it, there should be something labeled tcp/ip
Take a look at the IP address.
Now, go to setup (a button next to the search button)
Click on tcp/ip
Make sure it's on static. (also, click on DHCP and make sure DHCP is disabled)
The IP address you want to use is the following
First, find out what IP address range is (if you're not sure, find out what the IP address of your router is)
Now, type in the IP range but change the last number to 200 (or another number if you know 200 is being used)
(For example, if your router is 192.168.1.1, the ip address you want to give the print server is 192.168.1.200)
Click okay
It'll ask for username/password (admin/1234), click okay
Now, click on the reboot button (near the setup button)
The print server will now reboot
Close the program and restart it
Search again
Take a look at the IP address. The IP address should be the # you assigned.
Write this IP address down
  How do I setup the printer using Standard TCP/IP print ports on Windows XP-7?
Go to your printer properties (you will have to install the printer first as a local printer)
Then click on ports, add a standard tcp/ip print port
Follow the wizard, put in the IP address you assigned earlier. Change the port name to "lpt1"
Then, click next, click on custom settings, choose "LPR" and choose a queue name of "lpt1"
Then follow the wizard and finish. Then apply your changes to your printer properties and print a test page.
  How do I setup the printer on a Mac?
Go to your system preferences
Under system preferences, click on print & fax
Click on the "+" sign
Click on the "IP" tab on top
Protocol: select "Line Printer Daemon - LPD"
Address: type in the IP address of the print server
queue: lpt1
Go to Print Using: choose your printer model
  What kind of printers does this printer server support?
As long as the printer is a Postscript or PCL compatible printer, there should be no problems
Multifunction/All-in-One type of printers are NOT supported
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VIDEO TITLE/LINK
UPLOADED
DESCRIPTION
NOV 1 2010 
• Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender
 
 
• HWREN1
 
 
• Hawking Technologies, Inc.
 
 
Learn how to install youWREN1 from Hawking technology with this video tutorial.
 
 
More Questions? Check out our website at www.hawkingtech.com
  How do I setup the print server's IP address?
Install the software
After it is installed, go to start, programs, print server utilities. Disable any firewalls you may have running on your computer.
Run the configuration program
Do a search (button on top with magnifying glass)
It should find a print server.
High light the print server under print server group
Look to the right of it, there should be something labeled tcp/ip
Take a look at the IP address.
Now, go to setup (a button next to the search button)
Click on tcp/ip
Make sure it's on static. (also, click on DHCP and make sure DHCP is disabled)
The IP address you want to use is the following
First, find out what IP address range is (if you're not sure, find out what the IP address of your router is)
Now, type in the IP range but change the last number to 200 (or another number if you know 200 is being used)
(For example, if your router is 192.168.1.1, the ip address you want to give the print server is 192.168.1.200)
Click okay
It'll ask for username/password (admin/1234), click okay
Now, click on the reboot button (near the setup button)
The print server will now reboot
Close the program and restart it
Search again
Take a look at the IP address. The IP address should be the # you assigned.
Write this IP address down
  How do I setup the printer using Standard TCP/IP print ports on Windows XP-7?
Go to your printer properties (you will have to install the printer first as a local printer)
Then click on ports, add a standard tcp/ip print port
Follow the wizard, put in the IP address you assigned earlier. Change the port name to "lpt1"
Then, click next, click on custom settings, choose "LPR" and choose a queue name of "lpt1"
Then follow the wizard and finish. Then apply your changes to your printer properties and print a test page.
  How do I setup the printer on a Mac?
Go to your system preferences
Under system preferences, click on print & fax
Click on the "+" sign
Click on the "IP" tab on top
Protocol: select "Line Printer Daemon - LPD"
Address: type in the IP address of the print server
queue: lpt1
Go to Print Using: choose your printer model
  What kind of printers does this printer server support?
As long as the printer is a Postscript or PCL compatible printer, there should be no problems
Multifunction/All-in-One type of printers are NOT supported
Revision 2

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(more)
DOCUMENTATIONS
DOWNLOADS
VIDEOS
FAQs

QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDES

USER'S MANUAL

DRIVERS & SOFTWARE

WINDOW OS

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10

Not Available

98SE

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2000

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ME

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VIDEO TITLE/LINK
UPLOADED
DESCRIPTION
NOV 1 2010 
• Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender
 
 
• HWREN1
 
 
• Hawking Technologies, Inc.
 
 
Learn how to install youWREN1 from Hawking technology with this video tutorial.
 
 
More Questions? Check out our website at www.hawkingtech.com
  How do I setup the print server's IP address?
Install the software
After it is installed, go to start, programs, print server utilities. Disable any firewalls you may have running on your computer.
Run the configuration program
Do a search (button on top with magnifying glass)
It should find a print server.
High light the print server under print server group
Look to the right of it, there should be something labeled tcp/ip
Take a look at the IP address.
Now, go to setup (a button next to the search button)
Click on tcp/ip
Make sure it's on static. (also, click on DHCP and make sure DHCP is disabled)
The IP address you want to use is the following
First, find out what IP address range is (if you're not sure, find out what the IP address of your router is)
Now, type in the IP range but change the last number to 200 (or another number if you know 200 is being used)
(For example, if your router is 192.168.1.1, the ip address you want to give the print server is 192.168.1.200)
Click okay
It'll ask for username/password (admin/1234), click okay
Now, click on the reboot button (near the setup button)
The print server will now reboot
Close the program and restart it
Search again
Take a look at the IP address. The IP address should be the # you assigned.
Write this IP address down
  How do I setup the printer using Standard TCP/IP print ports on Windows XP-7?
Go to your printer properties (you will have to install the printer first as a local printer)
Then click on ports, add a standard tcp/ip print port
Follow the wizard, put in the IP address you assigned earlier. Change the port name to "lpt1"
Then, click next, click on custom settings, choose "LPR" and choose a queue name of "lpt1"
Then follow the wizard and finish. Then apply your changes to your printer properties and print a test page.
  How do I setup the printer on a Mac?
Go to your system preferences
Under system preferences, click on print & fax
Click on the "+" sign
Click on the "IP" tab on top
Protocol: select "Line Printer Daemon - LPD"
Address: type in the IP address of the print server
queue: lpt1
Go to Print Using: choose your printer model
  What kind of printers does this printer server support?
As long as the printer is a Postscript or PCL compatible printer, there should be no problems
Multifunction/All-in-One type of printers are NOT supported
Revision 4
(more)
DOCUMENTATIONS
DOWNLOADS
VIDEOS
FAQs
DRIVERS & SOFTWARE

WINDOW OS

Not Available

10

Not Available

98SE

Not Available

2000

Not Available

ME

Not Available

XP

Not Available

Vista

Not Available

7

Not Available

8

MAC OS

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10.12

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10.11

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10.9

VIDEO TITLE/LINK
UPLOADED
DESCRIPTION
NOV 1 2010 
• Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender
 
 
• HWREN1
 
 
• Hawking Technologies, Inc.
 
 
Learn how to install youWREN1 from Hawking technology with this video tutorial.
 
 
More Questions? Check out our website at www.hawkingtech.com
  How do I setup the print server's IP address?
Install the software
After it is installed, go to start, programs, print server utilities. Disable any firewalls you may have running on your computer.
Run the configuration program
Do a search (button on top with magnifying glass)
It should find a print server.
High light the print server under print server group
Look to the right of it, there should be something labeled tcp/ip
Take a look at the IP address.
Now, go to setup (a button next to the search button)
Click on tcp/ip
Make sure it's on static. (also, click on DHCP and make sure DHCP is disabled)
The IP address you want to use is the following
First, find out what IP address range is (if you're not sure, find out what the IP address of your router is)
Now, type in the IP range but change the last number to 200 (or another number if you know 200 is being used)
(For example, if your router is 192.168.1.1, the ip address you want to give the print server is 192.168.1.200)
Click okay
It'll ask for username/password (admin/1234), click okay
Now, click on the reboot button (near the setup button)
The print server will now reboot
Close the program and restart it
Search again
Take a look at the IP address. The IP address should be the # you assigned.
Write this IP address down
  How do I setup the printer using Standard TCP/IP print ports on Windows XP-7?
Go to your printer properties (you will have to install the printer first as a local printer)
Then click on ports, add a standard tcp/ip print port
Follow the wizard, put in the IP address you assigned earlier. Change the port name to "lpt1"
Then, click next, click on custom settings, choose "LPR" and choose a queue name of "lpt1"
Then follow the wizard and finish. Then apply your changes to your printer properties and print a test page.
  How do I setup the printer on a Mac?
Go to your system preferences
Under system preferences, click on print & fax
Click on the "+" sign
Click on the "IP" tab on top
Protocol: select "Line Printer Daemon - LPD"
Address: type in the IP address of the print server
queue: lpt1
Go to Print Using: choose your printer model
  What kind of printers does this printer server support?
As long as the printer is a Postscript or PCL compatible printer, there should be no problems
Multifunction/All-in-One type of printers are NOT supported

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