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Although no true standard exists, standard parallel cable usually refers to a printer cable with the previously-mentioned male DB-25 connector on one end and a 36-pin Centronics connector on the other (Figure 1711) The shielding (or lack thereof) of the internal wiring and other electrical characteristics of a standard parallel printer cable are largely undefined except by custom In practice, these standard cables are acceptable for transferring data at 150 KBps, and for distances of less than 6 feet, but they would be dangerously unreliable for some transfer modes For more reliability at distances up to 32 feet (10 meters), Figure 1711 Standard parallel cable with 36-pin Centronics connector on one end and use proper IEEE 1284 compliant cabling The transfer speed DB-25 connector on the other drops with the longer cables, but it does work, and sometimes the trade-off between speed and distance is worth it Installing a parallel cable is a snap Just insert the DB-25 Some printers come with connector into the parallel port on the back of the PC and insert the both USB and parallel connecCentronics connector into the printer s Centronics port, and you re ready to tions, but this is becoming ingo to press! creasingly rare If you need a
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parallel printer for a system, be sure to confirm that the particular model you want will work with your system!
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New printers now use USB connections that can be plugged into any USB port on your computer USB printers don t usually come with a USB cable, so you need to purchase one at the time you purchase a printer (It s quite a
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disappointment to come home with your new printer only to find you can t connect it because it didn t come with a USB cable) Most printers use the standard USB type A connector on one end and the smaller USB type B connector on the other end, although some use two type A connectors Whichever configuration your USB printer has, just plug in the USB cable it s literally that easy!
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Some printers offer FireWire connections in addition to or instead of USB connections A FireWire printer is just as easy to connect as a USB printer, as FireWire is also hot-swappable and hot-pluggable Again, make sure you have the proper cable, as most printers don t come with one If your printer has both connections, which one should you use The answer is easy if your PC has only USB and not FireWire If you have a choice, either connection is just as good as the other, and the speeds are comparable If you already have many USB devices, you may want to use the FireWire printer connection, to leave a USB port free for another device
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Connecting a printer to a network isn t just for offices anymore More and more homes and home offices are enjoying the benefits of network printing It used to be that to share a printer on a network that is, to make it available to all network users you would physically connect the printer to a single computer and then share the printer on the network The downside to this was that the computer to which the printer was connected had to be left on for others to use the printer Today, the typical network printer comes with its own onboard network adapter that uses a standard RJ-45 Ethernet cable to connect the printer directly to the network by way of a router The printer can typically be assigned a static IP address, or it can acquire one dynamically from a DHCP server (Don t know what a router, IP address, or DHCP server is Take a look at 18, Understanding Networking ) Once connected to the network, the printer acts independently of any single PC Some of the more costly network printers come with a built-in Wi-Fi adapter to connect to the network wirelessly Alternatively, some printers offer Bluetooth interfaces for networking Even if a printer does not come with built-in Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth, you can purchase a standalone network device known as a print server to connect your printer to the network These print servers, which can be Ethernet or Wi-Fi, enable one or several printers to attach via parallel port or USB So take that ancient ImageWriter dot-matrix printer and network it I dare you!
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