Summary: This did not work for me. Although I was able to follow the install process, my print jobs refused to print. When I called tech support I was told that my printer was not in their list of compatible printers (http://www.tplink.com/resources/document/TL-PS110U_V2_Compatibility_List_140314.pdf).
Summary: I followed the instructions to install this thing several times. By that, I mean at least 20. The result was a screen that said "failed. Set up port manually." Which I did. Also several times. I finally gave up and bought a network printer. Then I tried to use this server on a different printer.
Connect it to my router and my network goes down every time
Ricardo C., Amazon
11 June 2014
Summary: It worked for a couple of days with my printer, but it didn't give the report of ink levels to any computer in the network. But after those days the Print Server causes my entire network to fail. Just by disconnecting it, my network goes up again.
Summary: Setup of the print server was straightforward, but it didn't work. I checked the company's website, and this particular device is not listed as compatible with Windows 8. Returned for a Win 8 compatible device.
Summary: Unable to maintain a network connection. I have been a network engineer for years and never had something constantly drop off the network I couldn't resolve. After many hours checking the router and swapping cables I gave up. Tech support told me to check the device compatibility.
Summary: I went thru TP-Link customer support and they could'nt get me going with this thing on a WPA-enabled router. Meanwhile, FlyTec computers is taking forever to process the return. I don't know if I'll ever get a refund. It really does not connect to the router (Netgear wndr-3300).
Conclusion: Hard work sums this thing up for me. Followed the instructions exactly and then it doesn't work. By not working I mean I can't print anything because when I try the print server says the printer is offline, yet I'm staring right at it and it's very much online.
Summary: Leider war die Lieferung unvollständig. Entgegen der Produktbeschreibung ( Lieferumfang ) fehlte das Ethernet-Kabel (RJ45). Leider wurde auch in der Produktbeschreibung versäumt das der TP-Link mit einem US-Strom Stecker geliefert wird , allerdings Ohne Adapter für unsere Euro-Steckdosen.