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1. Introduction

This 802.11g 54M Wireless LAN Broadband Router is an ideal solution for wireless/wired Internet surfing and office resources sharing. It provides the fast, robust and flexible features with high transmission rate up to 54Mbps bandwidth in the 2.4GHz frequency.

Not only connect with 802.119 devices, it is backward compatible with 802.11b products and can be worked under .11b and .11g mixed environments. It employs WEP encryption to ensure a more secure wireless connection. With web-based configure interface,

users can easily build up wire or wireless connection within minutes.

Besides, with firewall function, the Wireless LAN Broadband Router can always protect your LAN from outsider's break-ins and yet expose your local servers such as Web Server,

E-mail Server, FTP server, for remote access by Virtual Server or DMZ setting.

1.1 Features

Wireless Built in with IEEE 802.119 54Mbps Access Point

- Complies with 2.4GHz 802.119 Standard Backward compatible with 802.11b products Up to 54Mbps data rate, auto fallback under noisy environment Support 802.1x Authentication feature and 64/128-bits WEP Encryption

Router Built in with 4 Port 10/100M Internet Broadband Router 1 port 10/100M WAN and 4 ports 10/100M switch LAN (RJ-45) interface Quick Setup Wizard enable user to setup internet connection within 3 steps Advanced Access control based on URL, IP, Service Port and MAC address ALG function for on-line gaming, MSN, conference and P2P software Configurable through User-friendly web base management interface (Optional) With reverse SMA Antenna connector increase flexibility Intruder event log by packet inspection features DMZ and Virtual Server Mapping support

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1.2 Specification Model: 802.119 4-Port Wireless LAN Broadband Router

Radio: Complies with IEEE 802.11b/g Frequency Band: 2.412-2.462GHz (U.S.)

2.412-2.484GHz (Japan)

2.412-2.472GHz (ETSI) Modulation TYPE: BPSK, QPSK, CCK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM Operating Channels: 11 channels (US) 13 channels (ETSI) 14 channels (Japan) Data Rate: 1 /2/5.5/ 6/9/11/12/24/36/48/54Mbps Output Power: 18dBm@11Mbps; 14dBm@54Mbps Receive sensitivity: Min.80dBm for 11Mbps (@BER 8%)

Min. -70dBm for 54 Mbps (@BER 10%) Current Consumption: 3.3V, TX mode 400 mA (Max.) RX mode 250 mA (Max.)

/OOBASE-TX: UTP/STP Cat. 5

WAN: 1x 10/100M RJ-45 port, LAN: 4 x 10/100M RuJ-45 ports Reset: 1 x Reset Button , USB :1xPrinter Server

Multi-DMZ Host Static, RIP I/II, Transparent mode support System / Security Log, Remote Security Log

DoS, URL Blocking, Mac Blocking, Service Port Blocking, IP Address Blocking, Deny/Allow Ping, Service Time allocation

PPTP, IP Sec pass through Local Web-based configuration, Telnet Power, Diag, WLAN, Link/Act.

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Storage -20°C to 60°C

Operating 0°C to 45°C

10%~90%, non condensing

Input : 100V, 50/60Hz / 120V, 60Hz / 230V, 50Hz / 240V,

50Hz Output : DC7.5V / 1000mA

FCC class B, CE mark class B

1.3 Package Contents 1. One WLAN Broadband Router

2. One CD-ROM (User Manual on CD) 3. One Quick Installation Guide

4. One Power Adapter

5. (Optional)One Reverse SMA Antenna

2. Hardware Installation 2.1 Product Description You can place this Wireless LAN Broadband Router horizontally or hang it on the wall.

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2.1.1 Front Panel and LEDs

Front Panel :

With its Diagnostic LEDs, you could easily get status information find out where the problem IS.

The LEDs are explained in the following tables.

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DC In: To connect the adapter to receive power.

LAN 1~4: To connect networked PC or uplink to Switch or Hub.

WAN: To connect the Cabel/DSL modem via Cat.5 RJ-45 cable.

USB: To connect the USB Printer

Reset: Pressing the Reset button for more than 5 seconds, the router will restore to factory default setting.

Antenna Connector: (Optional, only exists in the model with reverse SMA connector) This is standard reverse SMA connector where any antenna with reverse SMA connector can connect to this Wireless LAN Broadband Router.

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2.2 Getting Started Please refer to the following sections of this manual for additional information about setting up a network. 2.2.1 System Requirement Before you getting started, make sure that you meet the following requirements. 1. An Internet connection through a cable or DSL modem 2. Acomputer with an Ethernet network card 3. Your Windows CD, if your computer is running Windows 95, 98, or ME 4. UTP network cable with RJ-45 connector 5. Either Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 (or above version) or Netscape Navigator 4.0 (or above version) 6. For Wireless Connection, you need Wireless LAN Card / USB Adapter. 2.2.2 Before Installation Before you start to connect your router to any network device, make sure you get the following values from your ISP. You will need those values to setup the Router and configure you networked PCs to accept the IP address the Router chooses to assign them. PPPoE User Name and Password or Fixed Internet IP Address assigned by your local ISP Your Subnet Mask Your Default Gateway Your Primary DNS IP address You are supposed to have all those information mentioned above from your ISP. If not, contact your ISP and they will be able to supply all the information you need.

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2.2.3 Setting Hardware Connection Follow the steps listed below to install your Router when you have all the information

mentioned above. Step 1. Power all devices down. This should include your PCs, Cable or DSL modem and the Router. Step 2. Connecting a Cable Modem or DSL Modem. Connect your Cable or DSL modem to the WAN port on the rear panel. Step 3. Connect the Wireless Router to your PCs. Connect computers directly to the Router on ports 1~4 on the rear panel. If you have more than 4 computers need to be connected, connect a hub or a switch (using its uplink port) and connect additional computers to that device. Step 4. Power on.

Plug the power cord into the power jack. And power on computers.

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2.2.4 Configure your computer

Windows 95/98/ME

Step 1. TCP/IP Configuration After you have completed the hardware setup by connecting your devices, you need to configure your computer to connect to your Router. 1. From the Windows desktop, click the “Start” button and choose “Settings”,

then click “Control Panel”. 2. From “Control Panel”, double-click the “Network” icon. 3. In the “Network” window, under the “Configuration” tab, double-click the “TCP/IP” entry

that is listed with your network card.

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4. On the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” dialog box, make sure “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically” are selected. If

not, select them and click “OK” and lose window.

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5. Locate your IP address and Subnet Mask. Type them in the spaces provided below.

6. Click the “Gateway” tab and record the numbers listed under “Installed gateways.”

7. Click the “DNS Configuration” tab. Locate the DNS servers listed under “DNS Server Search Order”. And Click “OK”.

8. System may need your Windows 95/98/ME CD to copy some files. After it finishes

copying, please restart your system.

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Step. 2 Disable HTTP Proxy

Internet Explorer 1. Open Internet Explorer and click the stop button. Click “Tools” then “Internet Options”. 2. In the “Internet Options” window click the “Connections” tab. Then click the “LAN

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4. Click “OK”, and then click “OK” again to close the “Internet Options” window.

Netscape

1. Open Netscape and click the stop button. Click “Edit”, then click “Preferences...”

2. In the “Preferences” window, under “Category” double-click “Advanced”, then click “Proxies”. Select “Direct connection to the Internet.” Click “OK”.

Step. 3 Obtain IP Settings from Your Router

1. Click “Start”, then “Run...”. Type “winipcfg” to open the IP Configuration utility.

2. Click the “Release All” button.

3. Click the “Renew All” button

4. Verify that your IP address is now 192.168.1.xxx, your Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0 and your Default Gateway Is 192.168. 1.1. Click “OK” to close the “IP Configuration”

window.

- Windows NT/2000/XP Step 1. TCP/IP Configuration After you have completed the hardware setup by connecting your devices, you need to configure your computer to connect to your Router. 1. From the Windows desktop, click the “Start” button. Choose “Settings”, then click “Control Panel”. 2. From “Control Panel’, double-click the “Network & Dial-Up Connections” icon. 3. Double-click the icon that corresponds to the connection to your router. 4. Click “Properties” and double-click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”. 5. On the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” dialog box, make sure “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically” are selected. If

not, select them and click “OK” and close window.

Step. 2 Disable HTTP Proxy

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1. Open Internet Explorer and click the stop button. Click “Tools” then “Internet Options”.

2. In the “Internet Options” window click the “Connections” tab. Then click the “LAN Settings” button.

3. Clear all the checkboxes.

4. Click “OK”, and then click “OK” again to close the “Internet Options” window.

Netscape 1. Open Netscape and click the stop button. Click “Edit,” then click “Preferences...” 2. In the “Preferences” window, under “Category” double-click “Advanced”, then click

“Proxies”. Select “Direct connection to the Internet”. Click “OK”.

Step. 3 Obtain IP Settings from Your Router

1. From the Windows desktop, click the “Start” button, then “Programs“, then “Accessories” and then click“Command Prompt”.

2. Type “IPCONFIG /RELEASE” and press “Enter”.

3. Type “IPCONFIG /RENEW” and press “Enter”.

4. Verify that your IP address is now 192.168.1.xxx, your Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0 and your Default Gateway Is 192.168.1.1. Click “OK” to close the “IP Configuration”

window.

5. Type “Exit” and close window.

- MAC OS 7.X or above Step 1. TCP/IP Configuration 1. Pull down the Apple Menu. Click “Control Panels” and select TCP/IP. 2. Inthe TCP/IP dialog box, make sure that “Ethernet” is selected in the “Connect Via.”field. Make sure “Using DHCP Server’ is already selected in the “Configure” field and close

window.

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Step. 3 Obtain IP Settings from Your Router

1. Pull down the Apple Menu. Click “Control Panels” and select TCP/IP.

2. In the TCP/IP window, your new settings will be shown. Verify that your IP address is 192.168.1.xxx, Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0 and Default Gateway is 192.168.1.1.

Close Window.

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3. Using Configuration Menu After configuration of your network, you can access the Router via Web browser and type the IP Address of Router. The default IP address of this Router is http://192.168.1.1.

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3.1 Setup Method You can choose WIZARD SETUP for step-by-step Installation or choose BASIC SETUP for

basic configuration or choose ADVANCE SETUP for advanced configuration.

1. Setup Wizard

Welcome to the SOHO Router Configuration Utility!

Use Wizard Setup to go through the basic configuration process step by step. You need to have your ISP information handy for reference.

Click Next to start the Wizard. To return ta this screen at any time, click Wizard Setup on the main menu,

Advanced users can click Basic Setup or Advanced Setup on the main menu for additional configuration settings.

lf you choose WIZARD SETUP , please refer to Quick Installation Guide for step by step

instruction.

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2. Basic Setup

Welcome to the SOHO Router Configuration Utility!

Use Wizard Setup to go through the basic configuration process step by step. You need to have your ISP information handy for reference.

Click Next to start the Wizard. To return to this screen at any time, click Wizard Setup on the main menu,

Advanced users can click Basic Setup or Advanced Setup on the main menu for additional configuratian settings.

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Use Wizard Setup to go through the basic configuration process step by step. You need to have your ISP

information handy for reference.

Click Next to start the Wizard, To return to this screen at any time, click Wizard Setup on the main

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settings.

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Host Name: Provide a host name (also called system name or account name) if your ISP requires

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Domain Name:

Provide the ISP domain name (e.g. xyz.isp.com) if your ISP requires this information.

Firmware version:

The current firmware version is shown for your convenience. Time: Select your Time Zone and Enable or Disable the application of Daylight Savings

Time.

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LAN IP Address: These fields show the LAN IP Address and the Subnet Mask as seen by others on

your Local Area Network (LAN). Most users will not need to change these values.

lf you change the LAN IP Address with the DHCP server running, you'll need to restart your client machines. If you change the LAN IP Address without the DHCP server running, you'll need to manually reconfigure your clients' IP addresses.

WAN IP Address: Choose either Obtain an IP Address Automatically (most users)(you can specify the IP you want to get by filling the Pre-Request IP) or Specify an IP Address (if your ISP assigns static IPs). If you choose the second option, type in the Wide Area Network (WAN) IP Address, Subnet Mask, ISP Gateway Address, and DNS values. You can

obtain those information from your ISP.

PPPoE Login: lf your ISP uses Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE), choose Enable; otherwise, choose Disable. PPPoE allows your ISP to authenticate your connection by

requiring you to submit a username and password.

Type the User Name and Password provided by your ISP in the boxes. For PPPoE connection types, you can select either Connect on Demand or Connect Manually. And moreover, if you want to limit the idling minutes, select Max Idle Time and type a maximum number in minutes. Change MTU to specify the largest size for network transmission. It is recommendated to use default value 1492.

UPNP: Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) enable devices such as PCs, routers or other devices

to be plugged into a network and automatically know about each other.

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Click Apply when you finish choosing your settings, or click Cancel to undo your changes.

3.2.2 Global Address Use the Global Address screen for Network Address Translation (NAT), a process that provides internal to external IP address mapping. If your gateway is configured to retrieve an IP address dynamically, you will not need to use this function. On this page, you can set up NAT (Network Address Translation) to provide internal-to-external IP

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External-Internal Address Mapping This section allows you to define global IP addresses for your LAN network. Use the lines in the table to list up to six static, external IP addresses provided by your ISP.

Click Apply when you finish entering the IP addresses, or click Cancel to undo your

changes.

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3.2.3 Wireless Use this screen to configure your gateway for wireless access. Note that the Wireless

settings are divided into Wireless Radio, Wireless Security and Wireless Status.

Use the Wireless Radio Setting screen to configure your Gateway for wireless access, If You do not know how to change it, please leave the default Value, as following table lists.

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ESSID: Unique identifier for the Extended Service Set which is shared by client stations in an infrastructure association, such as WLAN-test. It is case-sensitive and cannot exceed 32 characters.

Channel: specifies the bandwidth which the wireless radio operates. AP and the client stations that is associated work in one of channels from 1 to 14.

Beacon Interval: Time interval between beacons broadcast by the Access Point (AP).

RTS Thresold: Minimum size of data frames above which Request- To-Send (RTS) protocol is used. RTS helps prevent data collision from hidden nodes.

Fragmentation Threshold: For efficiency in high-traffic situations, large files are split into fragments. This

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parameter specifies the fragment packet size. DTI M Interval: Number of beacon intervals between successive Delivery Traffic Indication Maps (DTIMs). Preamble Type: Shows the length of preamble, either Short (72 bits) or Long (144 bits). Authentication Type: Type of authentication used in your wireless network. Enhanced Security: Option to enable additional security measures, like hiding your Service Set Identifier (SSID) or blocking unspecified SSIDs. Peer AP MAC Address: When Wireless Distribution System is enabled, wirelessly connect Access Points using several MAC Addresses of PC cards, so that you can extend a wired infrastructure to locations where cabling is not available.

Security Setting: Use this screen to configure your Gateway for wireless security access.

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This is regard to the security for wireless access, please select one of the security mode. The default value is No Encryption

Wireless Access Control: lf you enable Wireless Access Control, then click Set Access List to launch the Wireless Control List window.

Enhanced Security: lf you choose Enable, you can choose to Hide SSID (Service Set Identifier) in Beacon

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Change Password: Change the administrative password for your WLAN Router. Backup Settings: Backup the current settings to your local disk Restore Factory Defaults: Restore the factory default settings. Reset Gateway: Restart your device or reset the hardware. Upgrade Firmware:

Upgrade firmware image file that you download from the gateway ‘s website.

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3.2.5 Status: This page is a read-only display that gives you the information about the gateway.

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3.2.6 DHCP: Use the DHCP screen to set up your gateway as a Dynamic Host Configuration

Protocol (DHCP) server. DHCP servers automatically assign IP addresses to all the

clients on your network.

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IP Pool Starting Address/IP Pool Ending Address: Specify the IP Pool Starting Address to designate the first IP address that can be assigned to a computer on the network. Similarly, specify the IP Pool Ending

Address to designate the last IP address that can be assigned.

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For example, 1f you choose 10.10.10.51 as the starting address and 10.10.10.100 as the ending address, the DHCP server will assign addresses to network clients that are between 10.10.10.51 and 10.10.10.100. Static DHCP: This is for static mapping of MAC address and IP address assigned by DHCP. Input the MAC address and corresponding IP address into the boxes for each mapping entry. The IP address in mapping table should be within DHCP pool, otherwise that entry is invalid.

Lease Time

This is the lease time assigned if the computer (DHCP client) requests one. If it set to O, the life time of IP assigned by the gateway for client computer will be infinity. Default lease time is 24 hours.

Display DHCP Table

The DHCP Active IP Table lists information about the computers that have been assigned IP addresses by the DHCP server.

3.2./ Log: On this page you can view log files that record the access activity of LAN and WAN

clients.

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Access Log: ©) Enable © Disable Use the Lag screen to set up and view log files that record the access activity of LAN and WARK clients,

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Broadband Router 3.2.8 Statistics:

On this page displays statistics data for LAN , WAN and AP ports

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This page displays statistics LAN | WAN | AP

data for LAN, WAN and AP ports. LAN Statistics

Refresh Status: up Max.Mb/s: 100.0 IP Addr: 192.1698.1.1 MAC Addr: 00:08:11:11:11:88

Receive a | total bytes

| Transmit 45336 total bytes 619501 unicast pkts 819 unicast pkts multicast pkts 23 multicast pkts 0 discards 0 errors 2

discards errors

unknown protocols

packets queued

WAN Statistics

Status: up Max.Mb/s: 100.0 IP Addr: 0.0.0.0 MAC Addr: 00:08:11:11:11:89

Receive | Transmit total bytes total bytes unicast pkts unicast pkts multicast pkts multicast pkts discards discards

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3.2.9 Printer:

This page allows you to configure the setting of the Printer Server to share the printing service for LAN users.

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This page allows you to Print Server: © E : configure the setting of the nablew@ Diceble Printer Server to share the printing service for LAN users. Device Name: [pil

Printer Cache Size: 2048 KBytes

Printer Server IP: 192.168.1.1

Manufacturer: (¥ID: -l) Printer: Model: (Pip: -l)

Status: Off Line

Command Set:

Print Server: You may choose to Enable or Disable the Print Server.

Device Name: The name of the print server hardware used for identification purposes. Client PCs should use this name as queue name for printing.

Printer Cache Size: This field used for system evaluation. If the printer does not work properly, you may augment this value, e.g. 4096, 8192. Suggest use the same value as your printer supported.

Printer Server IP:

This field shows the Print Server IP, which equals LAN IP.

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Printer: This field shows the Manufacturer, VID(Vendor ID), Model, PID(Product ID), Status of current Printer, which connected to the device's USB port.

Command Set: This field shows you Command Set of the printer. When the printer connected with the print server, it will be shown on it.

Printer Monitor Status: Click Printer Monitor Status to launch Printer Monitor Status Table window. In this screen the table lists all printing tasks queue. Each task has the information of Rank,

Owner, Job, Files and Total Size.

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3.2.9.1. Use LPD network print in window2000/window XP

3.2.9.1.1 Host setup:

Add New Printer’s driver (from the printer manufacture); If it was a new printer type (no install in local host), please select “Control Panel / Printers / Add Printer’ and complete this procedure:

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To get information about a printer that is currently installed, right-click. the printer's icon.

To install a new printer, click. the Add Printer icon,

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Sodd Printer Wizard

Local or Network Printer Is the printer attached to your computer’

2.the add printer wizard screen will appear, select my computer; 3.in available port, select LPT 1;

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Select the Printer Port Computers communicate with printers through ports.

Select the port you want your printer to use. If the port ie not listed, you can create a new port.

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4.Select the appropriate printer manufactory; 5.Select printer type;

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Add Printer Wizard

Add Printer Wizard The manufacturer and model determine which printer to use.

Select the manufacturer and model of pour printer. IF your printer came with an installation disk, click Have Disk. IF your printer i not listed, consult your printer documentation tor a

compatible printer.

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6. Type printer name or use default:

Add Printer Wizard

Hame ‘four Printer ‘ou must assign a name for this printer.

Supply a name for this printer. Some programe do nat support server and printer name combinations of more than 31 characters.

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7.In printer sharing, click next;

Add Printer Wizard

Printer Sharing ‘Tou can share this printer with other network, users,

Indicate whether you want thie printer to be available to other users. IF you share this printer, You must provide a share name.

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