Sign Up Follow Us www. Printing works, but I haven’t found a way to use the scanner across the network. The device is also capable of operating with up to four USB based devices such as scanners, flash drives, speakers, and webcams with a USB dock connected to the server. MFP and Storage Server. Here you can see that it sent a scan to our notebook.

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Sign up using Email and Password. Sign up using Facebook. We tried out a variety of USB keys and hard drives, and all of them were recognised.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. However, only one person at a time can use the storagd. Post as a guest Name.

All the set-up is done via the software that comes on the disk that comes with the device, and the disk and software ONLY works in Windows. If you’ve attached a USB key or hard drive, this will then show up in My Computer under the removable storage header and you will be easily able to transfer files to and from the device. Pros Allows multifunction devices to be used over a network; works with USB keys, hard drives and memory card readers; easy to set up and use.

TP-LINK Tl-ps310u Single Usb2.0 Port MFP and Storage Server

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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Usually you set this up using the device interface. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Sign Up Follow Us www. Cons Only one user can use attached devices at a time; too small to sit sturdily on a table. I can see the name of the flash drive in the web management page as connected.

Once it’s installed, you can then use it to connect to an attached device. I can open the web management of wtorage device http: Linm TP-Link takes your privacy seriously. If you’ve attached a multifunction device, then you will be prompted to install its device drivers.

You will find that the TL-PSU is an excellent choice for your home or office printing requirements. This comes on an 8cm mini CD and includes drivers for TP-Link’s other print servers, so you have to select the right model from the list.

TP-Link TL-PS310U print server

This is when you have to put in your vendor-supplied driver CD, or download the latest drivers for your device from the manufacturer’s Web site. The device is connected to the router. Tested with over different printer models, our TL-PSU stroage class-leading device compatibility. I thought it could be used also without the software. If you can afford the price serrver, it is well worth the money. These functions work in the same way as the TL-PSU, in so far as they need client software to be installed.

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Business Wireless Takes your enterprise Wi-Fi to new levels. The totally new interface provides a much easy and intuitive way to operate your print server. Stkrage alternative is to just share your files and multifunction device through a PC on your network.

TL-PSU | Single USB Port MFP and Storage Server | TP-Link

These devices may be accessed from across the network stotage even wirelessly when the Server is connected to a wireless router. Even though the Kodak ESP 7 we used is not listed, it worked perfectly in our tests. If you still have the receipt, and you’re still within the return time-frame, I would say take it back, and get a better one, you’re gonna have to pay more for a device that mmfp Linux support, but it’s gonna be so much more worth it than the aggravation of trying to get something to work that is never going to.

Would you buy this?