Yet, i just picked up this same exact printer at my company as it was retired with the words written on it: It had to be cheap. I needed something that would work with Mac OS 9 and X, and there were very few options out there within my meagre price range. When he came back, he said the only way to assign an IP address with a Mac is to connect the printer to the Mac with a crossover cable and use a Web browser to contact the default IP address of the printer. Use a blank line to start a new paragraph. So I plugged it straight into the wireless print server, downloaded the WHQL-certified native driver, and there you go. No problem, I thought.
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E-mail me new comments on this article. I already have a wireless print server from Linksys at home, which supports USB connections. Brother 1470n, at least I found it. When he came 1470h, he brother 1470n the only way to assign an IP address with a Mac is to connect the printer to the Mac with a crossover cable and use a Web browser to contact the default IP address of the printer.
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I restarted the computer, cycled power on the printer, and tried again. I own an HP Photosmart which served me well over the past 3 years.
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Skip to Content Skip to Table of Contents. Reviewing in ATPM is open to anyone. In spite of the difficulties I had configuring the HLN, I think this brother 1470n be a great printer for a small home network.
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Graphics in the PDF manual came out all right: My HP LaserJet 4ML had been with brother 1470n for years before it finally croaked, making an awful grinding sound when it attempted to suck paper through, and stubbornly refusing to be fixed. And if I can give the printer an IP address, I can easily print to rbother from anywhere. Speed, DPI, memory…all that was secondary. Brother 1470n lot longer than the printer, which was manufactured in June That was the first thing I wanted to try out after the test page worked.
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Hey, brother 1470n saved me from buying a brand-spanking-new one. My desk lamp kept flickering in between, and I also read this about other newer laser printers. Bfother needed something that would work with Mac OS 9 and X, and there were very few options out there within my meagre price range.
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