EpsonNet Devices

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Epson
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: N/A
Operating System: Windows XP/2000/98/NT 4
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.0.0.4 / 25 Mar 2004

Windows device driver information for EpsonNet Devices

The EpsonNet devices comprise of a print server, USB, EN, fast EN, 10Base-T, and 100Base-TX. They are cost effective and offer quality performance. They employ up to date technology in their operations. They transfer data at high rates of up to 100 Mbps. These devices employ the Ethernet and Fast Ethernet protocols for data link, and Ethernet 10Base-T and Ethernet 100Base-TX types of cables. They offer improved productivity since they can simultaneously support many protocols. They use such transport protocols as Apple Talk, ICMP/IP, TCP/IP, UDP/IP, NetBEUI/NetBIOS and IP/IPX. They are easy to install and use. They employ the wired networking technology. They use the standard parallel interface, and are of an external form factor. They allow users to directly connect to available Ethernet networks. These devices are highly reliable since they have a long life when used as specified.

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The EpsonNet devices use the 2 x USB connections. Most EpsonNet devices are compatible with the Macintosh computers, and are supplied with a CD-ROM that contains software. They are compatible with operating systems such as Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows NT 4, Microsoft Windows 98 and Microsoft Windows 2000. Their system requirements include the EpsonNet MacAssist, EpsonNet WebManager, EpsonNet Win Assist, EpsonNet WebAssist, and drivers and utilities. The physical dimensions of these devices include a height of 16 cm, a width of 4.3 cm and a depth of 15.1 cm. They weigh 0.5 kg. They require AC 230 volts of power. They use an external power adaptor to supply their power needs. They have been designed in consideration of users’ safety with such procedures as fail-safe. They come with a limited manufacturer’s warranty of one year, but others like the EpsonNet print server have a three years’ warranty. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and EpsonNet Devices errors before installing any driver updates.