What is the Brother print server NC 2010p

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What is the Brother print server (NC-2010p)
An optional Network print server Brother NC-2010p is available, which allows your
printer to be connected to your network via the parallel interface.
Brother print servers allow multiple host computers to share a Brother printer on a
10 Mbit Ethernet network.  Any user can print their job as if the printer was directly
connected to their computer.  No special software is required on the host computers
and users on DEC, UNIX, Novell, AppleTalk, LAN Server/Warp Server, Windows
NT, Windows 95/98, NetBIOS and Banyan VINES computers can simultaneously
access the same printer.
Features
The Brother print servers offers the widest range of features in the industry,
including:
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LAT, TCP/IP, Netware, AppleTalk, NetBIOS, Banyan VINES and DLC/LLC
protocols
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Network Operating System compatibility:
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Digital Equipment Corporation networks, including PATHWORKS and
DECprint Server
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UNIX systems that support either the Berkeley lpr/lpd printing protocol,
printing to a raw TCP port
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Novell Netware V2.15 or above, V3.xx, or V4.xx, including support for
NetWare Directory Services (NDS)
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AppleTalk Phase 2
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Windows NT4.0 and NT3.5x
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IBM LAN Server V4.0 or above, or any earlier version that has IBM TCP/IP
V2.xx
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Windows 95/98 (Peer-to-Peer or client mode)
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Very high performance
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Superior network and printer management::
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BRAdmin and BRAdmin32 Windows-based Management utilities.
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SNMP MIB I and MIB II over IP or IPX
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Remote console management via DEC NCP, TELNET or NetWare.
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HTTP web browser management capability
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Ipd-Plus feature for providing multiple services with custom setup and reset
strings plus text-to-PostScript conversion
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Flash memory for easy updating of firmware