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|17th February 2004, 19:44||#1|
Reviewing a print server
I've been assigned the rather unusual task of reviewing a wireless print server - my question is, therefore: How should I do this? are there any benchmarks at all to make use of? Which other elements should I take into consideration? How should I set it up?
|17th February 2004, 20:00||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
performance wise you could compare the time it takes for the printer to jump alive between the launching of the printjob on the PC and the actual printout.
try it with the printer connected locally and then afterwards through the printserver
also jot down the CPU utilisation for each method.
see what your reach is with the print server, how far away can you stash it before it loses connection.
**Interface and setup
describe the installation procedure, commenting on whether or not it was easy/advanded or hard. as well as how to to set up the printer server accompanied by screenshots of the admin website (if it has one that is)
hope this helps
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