Tuesday, August 25, 2015

How to remotely restart a TP-Link TL-PS110U Print Server

If you are having printing issues but there's no error message or indication of what's wrong at the printer itself, the print job may not be making it to the printer.  You may need to restart the print spooler service, or restart your print server if you use one.  This article will show you how to remotely restart a TP-Link TL-PS110U print server.

The TL-PS110U has a web interface that you can use to remotely manage the print server.  To access the web interface, open a web browser, type in your print server's IP address, and press <ENTER>.  If you haven't changed it from the default, the IP address will be  (If you don't know the print server's IP address and you are on a Windows Vista or newer computer, you can use the network map to find the IP address.)

The TP-Link web setup page will load.  From here you can view and change all sorts of settings for your print server.  To reboot the server, click on the Restart button at the top of the page.

A message will appear asking if you're sure you want to restart.  (Note that any current or pending print jobs will be canceled.)  Click OK.

The print server will reboot, and a message stating that will be displayed.  Once the print server has finished shutting down and restarting, the web interface will reload.

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