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Configuration

There is quite a difference between a printer that's available on the network and a network printer. To illustrate here's a diagram of what was status quo last month:

A Printer Available On The Network

What's of particular interest is that the old HP710 was connected directly to a client. If that client went down, all other clients couldn't print whatsoever.

A Network Printer

See how the 900N is connected? Directly to the hub, not through any client. Sometimes referred to as TCP/IP printing, if any client goes down, printing ability is not sacrificed at any other workstation. Handy? You betcha. And no expensive server is required.





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