AXIS 560 Network Print Server
When I worked as System Administrator many years ago, many of the printers then wasn’t equipped with network ports. In order to hook-up a printer to the network, we need to setup a device called as Network Print Server
The Print Server is designed to connect the printer for convenience of the printing process, allowing for sharing printers over the network.
Nowadays, all printers are comes with USB, network port and Wireless capabilities. You can print anywhere, not necessary hook-up the cable to the printer!
This is a typical network printer server, which can connect to two Parallel printers. (No USB yet!)
A closer look of these ports. Except for RJ45, the rest of the ports already obsolete now.
Inner look of the AXIS 560 Network Print Server board.
This print server is powered by a 32-bit 100 MHz RISC processor and 8MB RAM.
Looking for latest AXIS print server, click Axis 5600+ Network Print Server .