Thread: Network Printing
10-18-2003, 09:21 AM #1arclightGuestNetwork Printing
(First post, and new to Mac's so handle with care! )
I have just bought a Samsung ML-1210, and I am trying to connect to it over a network (using a parallel port print server, D-Link DP301+). This printer has been configured, and test prints from Winbloze have been successful.
How do I configure it for an iBook (OS-X 10.2)?
I have installed the printer drivers, and get to the following point in configuring...
1) Add printer
2) It sees the print server, but I do not know if I should choose IP printing, or Apple Talk - plus it does not display any Samsung printers - and I do not know where to go looking for them within the system! If I select Appletalk, and then try auto select on the printer type, but it fails, giving me the option to manually select. The same happens with IP Printing. I have even managed to get the data light flashing on the printer! (but no prints)
Thanks in advance, I can provide more details if needed!
10-18-2003, 09:31 AM #2
10-18-2003, 11:23 AM #3arclightGuest
Quite simply it goes...
iBook(G3) -> Switch (hub)-> Parallel port print server in back of ML1210
(The network is 10/100Mb switchable, My Windows machine, and Linux box are also plugged into the switch)
What is Rendezvous?
One thing which is confusing me, is that although I have installed the printer drviers. There are no entries under Printer Model for Samsung, and I do not know where I should search with the manual option..... :confused:
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