1 Introduction About Your Network Interface The EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server is a wireless network interface that connects to the USB port of an Epson device (such as printer or all-in-one). With this network interface, you can create a wireless connection between the Epson device and a local area network using the IEEE 802.11b/g communication standard. A radio signal is transmitted over the wireless network when you send a job to the device. Then the device prints or scans the file when the network interface receives the radio signal directly from a computer or from an access point. This network interface is Wi-Fi certified for interoperability with other 802.11-compliant products. Because the network interface supports multiple protocols and automatically detects protocols on your network, you can print from Microsoft ® Windows ® , Apple ® Macintosh ® , UNIX ® , and IBM ® OS/2 applications. Use EpsonNet EasyInstall to easily configure the network interface for use on a TCP/IP network. If you are using an all-in-one, EpsonNet EasyInstall installs the drivers on your computer. You can use the device on the TCP/IP network at once. For protocols such as TCP/IP, NetWare, NetBEUI, AppleTalk ® , IPP, and SNMP, you can use EpsonNet Config, the configuration utility provided with your product, to quickly and easily configure the network interface to use these protocols.
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