Dymo LabelWriter USB Ethernet Connect PC/Mac Print Server

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Dymo LabelWriter USB: Picture 1 regular $112.90

About Dymo LabelWriter USB

The LabelWriter Print Server from Dymo is a network device that allows you to print to your Dymo LabelWriter 400 series printer via Ethernet. Compatible with Windows and Mac systems, the server includes all necessary software.

Dymo LabelWriter USB Features

  • Prints to any LabelWriter 400 series printer via Ethernet
  • Includes client software for Mac and Windows

Dymo LabelWriter USB Specifications

Electrical Requirements
AC: 120VAC
System Requirements
Operating System: Windows XP (32-bit), Vista (32/64-bit); Mac OS X 10.3.9 (10.5 required for LabelWriter Duo)
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Reviewed by 3 customers


Works in large networks!


The print server got updated so that it works in large networks with multiple subnets! When you are setting a static IP you can now configure a default gateway as well. The firmware update for this is available on the support page if you happen to have an older unit. http://sites.dymo.com/Support/Pages/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductID=1750630%28DYMO%29

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Very limited device for a Large LAN


The device works well in a singe subnet LAN environment. We were not aware this would not work in a multiple subnet environment. The description of the device and the manual do not mention this limitation. I had to find out by searching through the FAQ when I realized during configuration that I could not configure a manual gateway. This needs to be stated up front. Hoping we can return this item for a full refund.

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This was purchased for a small department of a larger company. The company has several IP address ranges that are in use and unfortunately, per tech support, the device can only work on one subnet. This is strange as most devices allow you to enter a default gateway that would allow the device to be accessed by multiple subnets, but for whatever reason, this device does not. Needless to say, we will be returning it.

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