Summary: This was my second try, having first failed with the equivalent Netgear server despite over an hour on the phone with their tech support. This one is better made, has better---although far from perfect---installation software. Installation went well until it came to the installation of the printer, at which point the installation program appeared to hang.
Summary: This is my first posting towards any product that I have bought online. I consider myself to be very tech saavy and was in need of an ethernet enabled print server. For some reason in my mind, I wanted to save money and buy something that I thought was simple enough to design and make, so I could trust any manufacture. BOY WAS I WRONG! I could go on and on, why YOU should stay away fromt this product. I regret the day I bought it.
Summary: Quick set-up, works as expected. Using it with my old HP inkjet computer on a home LAN. Best part is that I've opened port 631 on my router and can print to my printer from anywhere on the Internet using IPP. Nice product.
Summary: This device works perfectly. The installation was seamless. I did make one call to customer support, and gave up before they answered... but as it turns out, I didn't need their help anyway. It couldn't have been any easier.
Summary: There re much better and easier products out there. Imagine having to send the thing back to the manufacturer because it can't be reset? During config, the first one stopped responding. It can't be reset, so it went back. The second one had driver issues on three out of four windows xp systems. They're all returned now. Avoid this product at all cost.
Summary: I definitely recommend this product for anyone who knows nothing about networking to the more savvy. I set the server up within a couple of minutes and had test pages coming from all my computers in under 15 minutes. I installed the software and went step by step in the manual and it works.I run Windows XP Pro on 3 of my computers and Suse Linux on the 4th.
Summary: Definitely a five-star rating in my books. I used to order the TE100-P1P by TrendNet; now that the slightly more expensive and bulkier TE100-PS1Plus replaced that model, I thought I'd try this one. Adding it to the Novell Network was EASY! It doesn't seem to allow you to administer the server through an IP address; it just tells you how it's configured. You definitely want the Admin utilities installed on a computer before trying anything.