Networking Connectivity
Intel® NetportExpress™ 10 and 10/100 Print Servers
Workstation and Network Operating System Printing Support

Novell support
The Intel® NetportExpress™ print server can print on Novell Directory Services* (NDS*) or bindery networks. Windows* 98, Windows 95, and Windows NT*, NDS mode and bindery mode require either the Novell* or Microsoft* client. Intel NetportExpress print server also supports printers over TCP/IP with Novell Distributed Print Services* (NDPS*) and NetWare* Enterprise Print Services (NEPS).

Microsoft support

  • Windows* Me, Windows* 98 and Windows* 95 using the Intel NetportExpress print server Add Printer Wizard.
  • Windows* 2000 and Windows* NT 4.0 using the Intel® NetportExpress™ print server Add Printer Wizard or LPR printing.
  • Windows NT* 3.51 using Microsoft printing or LPR printing
  • Windows for Workgroups using Microsoft printing or Novell printing.
  • Microsoft LAN Manager*, version 2.0 or higher
IBM support
  • IBM OS/2*, version 2.0 or higher
  • IBM LAN Server*, version 2.0 or higher
  • IBM AS/400* versions R320, R370 and R410 using PJL mode (Port 9100) and LPR printing
Macintosh support
  • MacOS* version 8.6
  • AppleTalk* Phase 1 through a router
  • EtherTalk* or TokenTalk* Phase 2
The Intel NetportExpress print server can also print from Macintosh* workstations running LocalTalk*, if the workstations are connected to an Ethernet segment through a router.

UNIX support

Product and version Print via
SunOS* 4.1.3 LPR, Proprint or FTP
Solaris* 1.1, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 7.0 LPR, Proprint or FTP
HP-UX* 9.05, 10.01, 10.10, 11 LPR, Proprint or FTP
AIX* 3.2.5, 4.1 LPR or FTP
UnixWare* 1.1, 2.01 LPR, Proprint or FTP
SCO OpenDesktop* 3.0 Proprint or FTP
SCO UNIX* 4.2 Proprint or FTP
SCO UnixWare* 7.x LPR, Proprint or FTP
SCO OpenServer* 5.0 Proprint or FTP
Red Hat* Linux* 5.1 LPR or FTP
SuSE* Linux 5.3 LPR or FTP
IBM AS/400* PJL mode (Port 9100) or LPR

This applies to:

Intel® NetportExpress™ 10 and 10/100 Print Servers

Solution ID: CS-015201
Last Modified: 07-Oct-2013
Date Created: 30-Aug-2004
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