ZebraNet 10/100 Internal (Wired) Print Server Option
ZebraNet 10/100 Internal (Wired) Print Server Option

ZebraNet 10/100 Internal (Wired) Print Server Option

The ZebraNet 10/100 Internal Print Server is an optional factory-installed device that connects the network and your ZebraLink-enabled printer.
The print server provides you with a browser interface for printer and print server settings. If you use the ZebraNet Bridge Zebra network printer management software, you can easily access these specialized features of a ZebraLink-enabled printer.
  • Print server and printer setup using a browser.
  • Remote monitoring and configuration capability of the ZebraNet 10/100 Internal print server using a browser.
  • Server alerts.
  • Support for sending unsolicited printer-status messages using email-enabled devices.
ZebraNet Bridge is software that works with the ZebraNet 10/100 Internal print server. It supplements ZebraLink features built into ZPL-based printers
ZebraNet Bridge Features
Locate printers automatically
ZebraNet Bridge searches on parameters such as IP address, subnet, printer model, printer status, and many other user-defined characteristics.
Remote configuration
Manage all your Zebra label printers throughout the enterprise without having to travel to remote sites or physically handle any printers. Any Zebra printer connected to the enterprise network can be accessed from the ZebraNet Bridge interface and configured remotely through an easy-to-use graphical user interface.
Printer alerts, status, heartbeat monitoring, and event notification
ZebraNet Bridge lets you configure multiple event alerts per device with different alerts directed to different people. Receive alerts and notifications by e-mail, cell phone/pager, or through the ZebraNet Bridge Events tab. View alerts by printer or group, and filter by date/time, severity, or trigger.
Configure and copy printer profiles
Copy and paste settings from one printer to another or broadcast them to an entire group. ZebraNet Bridge allows you to copy printer settings, printer-resident files (formats, fonts, and graphics), and alerts with a click of the mouse. Create printer profiles with desired settings, objects, and alerts, and clone or broadcast them as if they were real printers, providing considerable savings in setup time.
Printer profiles are an excellent way to back up a printer’s configuration for crisis recovery.