Print servers allow multiple client computers on a local area network (LAN) or wireless network (WLAN) to access and manager a shared printer(s) - accepting and queuing jobs locally and supporting scan, fax and print functions.
For home or small office usage, print and storage servers feature either USB 2.0/3.0 port or ethernet RJ-45 port interfaces. In addition, wireless print servers support 10/100Mbps wired and IEEE 802.11b/g wireless network standards, enabling users to share a USB equipped printer (with set-up and configuration via an easy-to-use browser or windows-based utility).
Compatible with a wide range of USB multifunction printers, print severs usually support Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) for remote printing, while devices with 2 or more USB/parallel ports are capable of sharing up to 3 printers/multifunction devices on a single print server.
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