DYMO® LabelWriter Print Server for DYMO Label Makers

DYMO® LabelWriter Print Server for DYMO Label Makers

Item # DYM1750630

  • Connect your label maker to your network.
  • Includes easy-to-follow instructions and software for installation.
  • Improve access to your label printer with one server.
  • Use your DYMO® label maker anywhere your network reaches.
  • Compatible with Windows® and Mac®.
Manufacturers Item #1750630
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Retail Price:
$266.37/EA

Give your shared network access to your label printer with the LabelWriter® print server for DYMO® label makers. The software is compatible with both Windows® and Mac® and is easy to install.

Connector/Port/Interface: RJ-45; Network Types: 10/100Base-TX Ethernet; OEM/Compatible: OEM; Operating System Compatibility: Mac® OS X 10.3.9; Windows® XP, Vista™.

  • Global Product Type Print Servers/Network Cards-Print Servers
  • Connector/Port/Interface RJ-45
  • Network Types 10/100Base-TX Ethernet
  • OEM/Compatible OEM
  • Operating System Compatibility Mac® OS X 10.3.9; Windows® XP, Vista™
  • For Use With DYMO LabelWriter 400, 450 Printers
  • Package Includes Software; User Manual; Quick Start Guide; AC Power Adapter
  • Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
  • Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
  • Total Recycled Content Percent 0%
  • Country of Origin TW
  • Carton Pack Quantity 10
  • Pack Quantity 0
  • UPC 717010562830
  • UNSPSC 44102405
3.5 / 5
6 Reviews
cbass
06/06/2020 04:26 PM
Works as expected, in a home network environment
Once you get the print server on your network & connect your DYMO LabelWriter, it should be smooth sailing. It should go without saying, but be sure to have the DYMO Label Software (or DYMO Connect for Desktop) already installed on any machine(s) you’ll be using the DYMO printer with. I did want to point out a few things though. When you unbox the device, you'll find the MAC address listed on the bottom sticker. I would highly suggest creating a static IP for the print server via your router's management page (192.168.1.1 in my case), BEFORE connecting it to your network via Ethernet. Per the DYMO Print Server User Guide, by default, the static IP address for the print server is 192.168.1.100. Since that was already taken by another IP reservation on my network, I assigned 192.168.1.3 to my DYMO print server. Once that was done, I connected the print server to my LabelWriter & to my router, and plugged in the A/C adapter. Less than a minute later, all of the status lights had activity & I was able to navigate to 192.168.1.3 to access the DYMO LabelWriter Print Server web configuration page. I really didn’t need to change any options here though, since setting the IP address is basically the bulk of the setup; I did modify the server Description field. Do yourself a favor and search Google for “Dymo Print Server User Guide” — the first result is what you’re looking for — a PDF version of the setup guide. Avoid installing the Control Center software, as the same configuration can be done using the print server web UI (as outlined above). The only thing I used the guide for was to install the DYMO printer on my Windows machine(s), since the process was not as straightforward compared to Mac. Once on the network, the DYMO printer automatically shows up when you click on the + button on the Mac’s Printers & Scanners window — I just changed the Name & Location fields when adding it, for clarity. However, on Windows, the DYMO will not be automatically detected, and must be added manually, by following the steps listed under the “Adding a Printer in Windows Vista” section of the DYMO Print Server User Guide; the Vista instructions still work in Windows 10. This is where having a static IP comes in handy — you’ll be guaranteed that the DYMO Print Server will always have the same IP address, even after its DHCP lease expires. This ensures that your computers will always be able to “see” the printer on the network after it’s been added. My server’s been up & running since day 1 with no issues; works with both my Mac & Windows machines. Docking 1 star, given the not-so-clear setup process, and the outrageous price. I’m mostly bummed about Windows not automatically detecting the print server during the install step, unlike Mac. But overall, it’s a set-it-and-forget-it kind of device. TL;DR — Install the DYMO Label Software (or DYMO Connect for Desktop) on any machine(s) you’ll be using the DYMO printer with. Locate the MAC address of the DYMO LabelWriter Print Server (found on the bottom sticker of the device), and set a static IP address for the server on your network (doing this via your router, NOT the DYMO server itself, is preferable). Connect the DYMO LabelWriter Print Server to your DYMO printer via USB, to your router/modem via Ethernet, and connect the A/C adapter. Navigate to the DYMO LabelWriter Print Server web configuration page, using the IP address you just reserved — if it loads, it means it’s been set up correctly — you do not necessarily need to change any options here. By default, the Administrator is “admin” as is the Password; unless you’re on an Enterprise/office network, I wouldn’t suggest changing this. Follow the instructions in the Dymo Print Server User Guide to add/install the printer on your computer(s) — refer to “Adding a Printer in Windows Vista” if you’re using Windows 7 or 10.
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IT Dept
12/30/2019 06:01 PM
Must update User Guide
Your user guide has a copyright of 2011. You must update the user guide to include instructions on how to use your product in a VDI environment.
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Cheyenne
02/02/2018 05:16 PM
Works Well
We've needed something like this in our office for some time as we all have laptops and may not always be able to connect to the Dymo to allow it to be used. This makes our lives much easier! Set up was simple with the directions provided.
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jusgra98
09/25/2013 06:39 PM
Works as advertised
Just a note about setting the default gateway -- it can't be set from the application that installs from the CD but it can be set from the web interface.
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Ken4282
04/19/2013 12:00 AM
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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Anonymous
01/10/2012 12:00 AM
DO NOT BUY IF USING MULTIPLE SUBNETS
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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