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Windows 98SE/Me USB Printer Installation
A USB printer can be connected to the Wireless MAXg Router and used as a network printer if you are using an operating system that supports printing to an Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)-based printer. Windows 98SE and Windows Me operating systems require that Internet Printing Services be installed in order to utilize the print server function of the USR5461.
Step One: Internet Print Services Installation
Windows 98 Users
Windows Me Users
Step Two: Local Printer Installation
Note: If your printer and printer software is already installed on your computer, skip to Step Three: Print Server Configuration.
Before configuring your printer on the print server, it is important to install it on your computer using the drivers provided by the printer manufacturer.
Step Three: Print Server Configuration
Note: You will not be prompted to login the first time you connect to the MAXg Router's Web User Interface. During the Setup Wizard procedure, you will be prompted to create a user name and password to log in to the router. If you create a user name and password, you will need to use these whenever you want to log in to the Wireless MAXg Router. The user name and password are case sensitive.
Note: Perform the following steps to set up your printer. This procedure must be performed on every computer on the network.
Note: The URL information is case sensitive and must be entered exactly as it is listed on the Printer location section on the router's Status page.
Step Four: Verify the printer's connectivity