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www.lexmark.com

May 2005

MarkNet™ N8050 Internal 
Wireless Print Server

User’s Guide for Macintosh

Lexmark and Lexmark with diamond design are trademarks of Lexmark International, Inc.,
registered in the United States and/or other countries.
© 2005 Lexmark International, Inc.

All rights reserved.

740 West New Circle Road
Lexington, Kentucky 40550

 


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Edition: May 2005

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Safety information

Make sure that the printer is powered off before attempting an installation of the wireless print server option card in the printer.

Refer service or repairs, other than those described in the user documentation, to a professional service person. 

CAUTION:

Do not set up this product or make any electrical or cabling connections during a lightning storm. 

Electronic emission notices

 

Wireless notice and FCC statement

 


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Contents

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Contents

Chapter 1: Getting started............................................................. 1

Unpacking your print server ...........................................................................  1

Installing the internal wireless print server in your printer ..............................  1

Safety information ..........................................................................................  2

Minimum requirements for setup....................................................................  3

Wireless network settings...............................................................................  3

Chapter 2: Configuring the internal wireless print server.......... 4

Configuration overview...................................................................................  4

Configuring your wireless print server ............................................................  5

Configuring the print server using the printer operator panel .........................  6

Changing the wireless print server settings....................................................  7

Chapter 3: Troubleshooting .......................................................... 8

The network key was invalid ..........................................................................  8

The printer was unable to join the network.....................................................  8

The internal print server was configured with the correct

settings, but cannot be found on the network.................................................  8

My network printer does not print ...................................................................  9

Glossary......................................................................................... 10

 


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Getting started

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1

Getting started

Unpacking your print server

Installing the internal wireless print server in your printer

Before installing the wireless print server, make sure the printer has been set up correctly. 

The toner or print cartridges are installed.

Paper is loaded.

Number

Description

1

MarkNet™ N8050 Internal Wireless Print Server

2

Antenna

3

MarkNet N8050

 

Utilities

 CD

4

Setup Guide

5

Installation screws

6

USB cable

 


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Safety information

2

The printer is powered off.

Note:

The process used for installing the internal wireless print server in your printer may 
vary between different printers. See the “Installing Options” section of the printer 
documentation for information on installing wireless print server option cards. 

Attaching the wireless print server antenna

Once the print server is installed, attach the antenna to the option card. Make sure to tighten the 
connector until the antenna is attached securely, as a loose connection can result in a poor wireless 
signal. Then, bend the joint until the antenna is pointing up. 

Note:

Some printer configurations create space restrictions that may require the antenna 
be attached before installing the option card. 

Safety information

Make sure that the printer is powered off before attempting an installation of the wireless print 
server option card in the printer. 

Refer service or repairs, other than those described in the user documentation, to a 
professional service person. 

CAUTION:

Do not set up this product or make any electrical or cabling connections during a 
lightning storm. 

 


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Minimum requirements for setup

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Minimum requirements for setup

The MarkNet N8050 Internal Wireless Print Server

An existing wireless network 

A supported printer

The drivers or printer software CD that came with your printer

Wireless network settings

Some wireless network settings may be needed in order to configure the wireless print server that 
has been installed in the printer. Here are some of the settings that may be needed:

Network Name, also known as SSID (Service Set ID)

BSS (Basic Service Set) Type (the type of wireless network you use–Ad-Hoc or 
Infrastructure) 

Wireless Channel Number

Network authentication and encryption type

Security Key(s)

Signed Certificate or CA Certificate

 


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Configuring the internal wireless print server

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2

Configuring the internal wireless print 
server

Configuration overview

After the internal wireless print server has been installed in a printer, it must be configured for use on 
a wireless network. Configuring the print server involves using Zero configuration networking to 
connect to the print server

 

over the computer to computer (Ad-Hoc) wireless network and changing 

the print server wireless network settings.

The configuration process accommodates networks that use either Infrastructure mode (in which the 
network structure is based on a series of wireless routers or base stations) or Ad-Hoc mode (in which 
wireless devices communicate with each other directly without using a wireless router).

Before configuring the wireless print server, make sure your printer has been set up correctly

The internal wireless print server option card has been installed correctly in the printer.

All access panels and printer doors have been replaced or closed. 

The toner or print cartridges are installed correctly.

Paper has been loaded into the printer.

The printer is turned on and ready to be installed.

For help setting up your printer, see your printer documentation. 

Infrastructure mode

Ad-Hoc mode

 


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Configuring your wireless print server

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Configuring your wireless print server 

1

In the Applications folder, open 

Internet Connect

, and click the 

AirPort

 icon in the toolbar. 

2

In the Network pop-up menu, select the 

print server 

network. 

3

Open the Safari Web browser, and select 

Show All Bookmarks

 from the Bookmarks menu.

4

Select 

Rendezvous

 or 

Bonjour 

from the Collections column on the left-hand side of the 

window. 

5

In the right-hand column, double-click the MarkNet N8050 wireless print server bookmark. 

Note:

If 802.1x–RADIUS is the intended Wireless Security Mode for the network, and a 
signed certificate and/or CA certificate is required for the authentication method, 
see 

Certificate management 

to establish the necessary certificates before 

continuing with the configuration process. 

6

Once the print server internal Web page loads, in the left-hand column, click 

Configuration

7

Under Other Settings, click 

Network/Ports

.

8

Under Network/Ports, click 

Wireless

9

Change the listed network settings for the MarkNet N8050 wireless print server to match your 
wireless network, including: 

SSID

BSS type

Channel Number (for Ad-Hoc networks only)

Wireless Security Mode

Authentication Mode (If applicable)

The SSID must be entered exactly as it is used on your network. SSIDs are case-sensitive, 
so if the SSID is entered incorrectly, the print server will not be able to communicate on the 
network. 

Note:

If WEP is selected as the security mode, click 

Advanced Settings

 for the option 

to enter additional WEP security keys. 

10

Click 

Submit

11

Wait 10 seconds while the print server resets.

12

In the Applications folder, open 

Internet Connect

, and click the 

AirPort

 icon in the toolbar.

13

In the Network pop-up menu, select your original wireless network to restore your computer’s 
wireless network settings back to the original values. 

 


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Configuring the print server using the printer operator panel

6

Certificate management

Some authentication mechanisms associated with the 802.1x–RADIUS Wireless Security mode 
require the use of either a CA Certificate (PEAP and EAP-TTLS), or both a Signed Certificate and a 
CA Certificate (EAP-TLS). 

To manage certificates for use with 802.1x–RADIUS

1

From the print server embedded Web page, click 

Configuration

 on the left side of the page.

2

Click 

Certificate Management

.

3

Complete the appropriate management option(s). 

4

Return to the embedded Web page home screen and go to step 6 of the 

Configuring your 

wireless print server 

instructions. 

To install a new CA Certificate 

1

Under Certificate Configuration, click 

Install A New Certificate Authority Certificate

2

Browse to the correct certificate location, and click 

Submit

To request and install a new Signed Certificate

1

Under Certificate Configuration, click 

Update The Certificate Signing Request.

2

Enter the appropriate certificate information.

3

Click 

Update Certificate Signing Request

4

Under Certificate Signing Request, click 

Download The Certificate Signing Request

5

Use your certificate authority to sign the Certificate. For more information on signed 
certificates, see your 802.1x–RADIUS documentation. 

6

Under Certificate Configuration, click 

Install New Certificate

Configuring the print server using the printer operator panel

The option to set the Network Name (SSID) and Network Mode (Ad-Hoc or Infrastructure) using the 
printer operator panel is available for certain printer models. See your printer documentation for 
information on navigating the printer menus to help locate the appropriate menu option. Menu names 
pertaining to wireless settings may vary between different printer models. 

Note:

This configuration method is not recommended for networks that include wireless 
security as the Network Name and Network Mode are the only configurable 
wireless settings available through the printer operator panel. 

 


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Changing the wireless print server settings

7

Installing your printer on the network

Once the print server has been configured, use the printer drivers CD or printer software CD that 
came with your printer to install your network printer on the computers attached to your network. 

Make sure that your printer drivers CD or printer software CD is inserted into the computer 
you want to install the printer for.

Installing your network printer on additional network computers

If you are installing your network printer for use with multiple computers on the network, you will need 
to repeat the 

Installing your printer on the network

 process for each computer you want to have 

access to the printer. The wireless print server does not need to be reconfigured for each successive 
installation. 

Changing the wireless print server settings

The easiest way to change settings in the wireless print server is through the embedded Web server. 
For this to work, you must successfully complete the installation of the printer on your network. 

1

Open the Safari Web browser, and select 

Show All Bookmarks

 from the Bookmarks menu.

2

Select 

Rendezvous

 or 

Bonjour 

from the Collections column on the left-hand side of the 

window. 

3

In the right-hand column, double-click your printer’s bookmark. 

4

Select the settings you want to change.

5

Enter the changes, and then click 

Submit

.

 


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Troubleshooting

8

3

Troubleshooting

Use this section to solve problems you may have while setting up the internal wireless print server.

The network key was invalid

A network key is like a password and should follow this criteria:

WEP key

Exactly 5 or 13 ASCII characters

Or

Exactly 10 or 26 Hexadecimal characters (using A—F and 0—9 only)

Pre-Shared key (for infrastructure mode only)

Between 8 and 63 ASCII characters

The printer was unable to join the network

There are many factors that can prevent the print server from joining the network. Here are some of 
the most common troubleshooting options: 

Verify that the wireless settings match those used by the wireless network. 

Verify that the printer is within range of the network.

Verify that the wireless print server option card antenna is securely attached.

Verify that the network is working and that the computer used to configure the print server 
can communicate with the network. 

If the network uses MAC address filtering, provide the MAC address for the printer to your 
network. The MAC address can be found on the network setup page. See the printer 
documentation for information on printing a network setup page.

The internal print server was configured with the correct
settings, but cannot be found on the network

Verify that the printer has power and that the power indicator light is on.

Verify that the printer is within range of the wireless network.

 


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My network printer does not print

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Verify that the printer is located away from other electronic devices that may interfere with the 
wireless signal. 

Verify that your wireless network is using a unique network name (SSID). If not, it is possible 
that the printer is communicating over a different, nearby network that uses the same network 
name.

Verify that the printer has a valid IP address on the network. 

Verify that the wireless print server option card antenna is securely attached. 

My network printer does not print

Make sure the printer power is on.

Check the printer status.

Make sure the network is operating properly.

See the network documentation, or contact your network support person if you are not sure 
that your network is operating correctly.

Make sure the printer driver is installed on the computer from which you are sending the print 
job.

Note:

The printer driver must be installed on each computer that uses the network printer.

Make sure the correct printer port is selected. 

Restart the computer.

Uninstall and then reinstall the printer software.

If the printer still does not print, see the printer documentation for help.

Make sure there is not a problem with the printer itself.

1

Attach the printer directly to the computer with a USB cable.

2

Open a text document, and choose 

File

Æ

 

Print

.

3

Select the attached printer in the Printer pop-up window, and click 

Print

If you are able to print when the printer is directly attached, there may be a problem with your 
network. See the network documentation, or contact your network support person.

 


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Glossary

802.1x–RADIUS.

A user authentication protocol used in conjunction with a RADIUS authentication server. 

Ad-Hoc network.

A stand-alone or peer-to-peer network in which wireless devices communicate directly 

with one another without using a wireless access point or base station. 

AirPort.

The Apple name for 802.11b and 802.11g wireless networking standards.

ASCII.

A standard character set consisting of 96 uppercase and lowercase letters, plus 32 nonprinting control 

characters. 

Authentication.

The process of verifying the identity of a user or device in a network environment through 

the use of passwords, certificates, or tokens. 

Authentication mechanism.

The method or mechanism through which an authentication protocol is 

carried out or performed. 802.1x–RADIUS authentication uses the following authentication mechanisms: 

• EAP-MD5
• EAP-TLS
• EAP-TTLS
• LEAP
• MSCHAPv2
• PEAP

BSS type.

Basic Service Set, the type of wireless network that you are using. The BSS type can be one of the 

following:

• Infrastructure network 
• Ad-Hoc network

CA Certificate.

Certificate Authority Certificate, a file that is used to verify the signature presented by a 

certificate holder.

Certificate Authority.

The entity that signs a certificate to verify the identity of the certificate holder.

Channel number.

A number associated with the radio frequency at which an 802.11 device operates. The 

channel numbers available vary by geographical region. 

Data Encryption mode.

The security protocol that is used to protect data that is transferred across your 

wireless network and provide network authentication. 

 


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Glossary

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DHCP.

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, a protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices on a 

network. With dynamic addressing, a device can automatically request an IP address every time it connects to 
the network. This means that a new device can be added to a network without having to manually assign a 
unique IP address. 

Dynamic key.

A security key that is randomly generated and assigned to a device or user by a server for 

security purposes. 

Encryption.

the conversion of data into a specific code to protect it from being compromised while being 

transmitted over a network. 

Hexadecimal.

A numbering system that is used as a representation of binary numbers using a base of 16 

digits. 

Infrastructure network.

A network in which your wireless devices communicate through a central wireless 

access point or base station. An infrastructure network can contain multiple wireless access points.

IP address.

A number that identifies each device connected to the network. For example, 192.168.0.1.

MAC address.

A 12-character identifier that is unique for each network hardware device. For example, 

0002001008e8.

Network authentication type.

The data encryption mode that is used on your network to prevent 

unauthorized users or devices from connecting to or accessing your wireless network. 

Network-capable printer.

A printing device that does not need to be locally attached to a computer. 

Option card.

An optional piece of hardware that can be installed in another device to provide additional 

functionality. 

Printer port.

Windows terminology for a physical or logical connection to a printer. For example: 

• LPT1 indicates the printer is attached to a physical parallel port with a parallel cable.
• USB001 indicates the printer is attached to a physical USB port with a USB cable.
• Print_Server_E320_0020000035D0 indicates a logical connection to the printer across your network.

PSK.

Pre-Shared Key, a permanent security key or password that a user enters to establish security keys in a 

WPA environment. 

Safari.

The default Web browser provided by Apple for Mac OS X operating systems. Safari is available for 

download on the Apple Web site at the following URL: 

http://www.apple.com/safari

.

Security key.

A security key is like a password used with either WPA or WEP security protocols and must 

meet the following criteria: 

• For WPA keys, if using Hexadecimal characters, valid keys are at least 64 characters long; if using ASCII, 

valid keys are between 8 and 63 characters long. WPA authentication is not supported for Ad-Hoc 
configurations.

• For WEP keys, if using Hex characters, valid keys are either 10 or 26 characters long; if using ASCII, valid 

keys are either 5 or 13 characters long.

 


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Signed Certificate.

A certificate that is issued by a certificate authority that guarantees the authenticity of 

the certificate holder. 

Static key.

A pre-determined security key that is assigned to a device or user for authentication purposes.

Subnet.

A portion of a network that shares a common address component. On TCP/IP networks, subnets are 

defined as all devices whose IP addresses have the same prefix. For example, all devices with IP addresses 
that start with 192.168.0. would typically be part of the same subnet.

SSID.

Service Set ID, also known as Network name, is a unique identifier used to distinguish one wireless 

network from another. Wireless devices must use the same SSID to communicate. SSIDs are up to 32 
characters long, and are case-sensitive.

TCP/IP.

The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the Internet Protocol (IP) are protocols that let different 

types of computers communicate with each other. The Internet is based on this suite of protocols. 

TKIP.

Temporal Key Integrity Protocol, a protocol used with the WPA data encryption mode that scrambles 

security keys using a hashing algorithm and adds an integrity-checking feature that ensures the keys haven’t 
been tampered with. 

WEP.

Wired Equivalency Protocol, a security protocol defined in the original 802.11b specification that is used 

to provide data encryption and user authentication.

WPA.

Wi-Fi Protected Access, a security protocol for wireless networks defined by the Wi-Fi Alliance that was 

designed to improve upon the WEP security protocol through improved data encryption and user 
authentication.

 


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Statement of Limited Warranty 
for N8050

Lexmark International, Inc. Lexington, 
KY

This limited warranty applies to the United 
States and Canada. For customers outside 
the U.S., refer to the country-specific 
warranty information that came with your 
product.

This limited warranty applies to this product 
only if it was originally purchased for your 
use, and not for resale, from Lexmark or a 
Lexmark Remarketer, referred to in this 
statement as “Remarketer.”

Limited warranty

Lexmark warrants that this product:

Is manufactured from new parts, or 
new and serviceable used parts, 
which perform like new parts

Is, during normal use, free from 
defects in material and workmanship

If this product does not function as 
warranted during the warranty period, 
contact a Remarketer or Lexmark for repair 
or replacement (at Lexmark's option).
If this product is a feature or option, this 
statement applies only when that feature or 
option is used with the product for which it 
was intended. To obtain warranty service, 
you may be required to present the feature 
or option with the product.

If you transfer this product to another user, 
warranty service under the terms of this 
statement is available to that user for the 
remainder of the warranty period. You 
should transfer proof of original purchase 
and this statement to that user.

Limited warranty service

The warranty period starts on the date of 
original purchase as shown on the 
purchase receipt and ends 12  months later 
provided that the warranty period for any 
supplies and for any maintenance items 
included with the printer shall end earlier if 
it, or its original contents, are substantially 
used up, depleted, or consumed. ###List 
product-specific maintenance items such 
as fuser units, transfer belts, and paper 
feed items)###, if any, and any other items 
for which a Maintenance Kit is available are 
substantially consumed when the printer 
displays a “Life Warning” or “Scheduled 
Maintenance” message for such item.
To obtain warranty service you may be 
required to present proof of original 
purchase. You may be required to deliver 
your product to the Remarketer or 
Lexmark, or ship it prepaid and suitably 
packaged to a Lexmark designated 
location. You are responsible for loss of, or 

damage to, a product in transit to the 
Remarketer or the Lexmark designated 
location.

When warranty service involves the 
exchange of a product or part, the item 
replaced becomes the property of the 
Remarketer or Lexmark. The replacement 
may be a new or repaired item.

The replacement item assumes the 
remaining warranty period of the original 
product.

Replacement is not available to you if the 
product you present for exchange is 
defaced, altered, in need of a repair not 
included in warranty service, damaged 
beyond repair, or if the product is not free 
of all legal obligations, restrictions, liens, 
and encumbrances.

Before you present this product for 
warranty service, remove all print 
cartridges, programs, data, and removable 
storage media (unless directed otherwise 
by Lexmark).

For further explanation of your warranty 
alternatives and the nearest Lexmark 
authorized servicer in your area contact 
Lexmark on the World Wide Web at 

http://

support.lexmark.com

.

Remote technical support is provided for 
this product throughout its warranty period. 
For products no longer covered by a 
Lexmark warranty, technical support may 
not be available or only be available for a 
fee.

Extent of limited warranty

Lexmark does not warrant uninterrupted or 
error-free operation of any product or the 
durability or longevity of prints produced by 
any product.
Warranty service does not include repair of 
failures caused by:

Modification or unauthorized 
attachments

Accidents, misuse, abuse or use 
inconsistent with Lexmark user’s 
guides, manuals, instructions or 
guidance

Unsuitable physical or operating 
environment

Maintenance by anyone other than 
Lexmark or a Lexmark authorized 
servicer

Operation of a product beyond the 
limit of its duty cycle

Use of printing media outside of 
Lexmark specifications

Refurbishment, repair, refilling or 
remanufacture by a third party of 
products, supplies or parts

Products, supplies, parts, materials 
(such as toners and inks), software, 

or interfaces not furnished by 
Lexmark

TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY 
APPLICABLE LAW, NEITHER 
LEXMARK NOR ITS THIRD PARTY 
SUPPLIERS OR REMARKETERS MAKE 
ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR 
CONDITION OF ANY KIND, WHETHER 
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT 
TO THIS PRODUCT, AND 
SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM THE IMPLIED 
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF 
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A 
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND 
SATISFACTORY QUALITY. ANY 
WARRANTIES THAT MAY NOT BE 
DISCLAIMED UNDER APPLICABLE 
LAW ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO 
THE WARRANTY PERIOD. NO 
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, 
WILL APPLY AFTER THIS PERIOD. ALL 
INFORMATION, SPECIFICATIONS, 
PRICES, AND SERVICES ARE 
SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME 
WITHOUT NOTICE.
Limitation of liability

Your sole remedy under this limited 
warranty is set forth in this document. For 
any claim concerning performance or 
nonperformance of Lexmark or a 
Remarketer for this product under this 
limited warranty, you may recover actual 
damages up to the limit set forth in the 
following paragraph.

Lexmark's liability for actual damages from 
any cause whatsoever will be limited to the 
amount you paid for the product that 
caused the damages. This limitation of 
liability will not apply to claims by you for 
bodily injury or damage to real property or 
tangible personal property for which 
Lexmark is legally liable. 

IN NO EVENT 

WILL LEXMARK BE LIABLE FOR ANY 
LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, 
INCIDENTAL DAMAGE, OR OTHER 
ECONOMIC OR CONSEQUENTIAL 
DAMAGES.

 This is true even if you advise 

Lexmark or a Remarketer of the possibility 
of such damages. Lexmark is not liable for 
any claim by you based on a third party 
claim.

This limitation of remedies also applies to 
claims against any Suppliers and 
Remarketers of Lexmark. Lexmark's and 
its Suppliers' and Remarketers' limitations 
of remedies are not cumulative. Such 
Suppliers and Remarketers are intended 
beneficiaries of this limitation.

Additional rights

Some states do not allow limitations on 
how long an implied warranty lasts, or do 
not allow the exclusion or limitation of 

 


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incidental or consequential damages, so 
the limitations or exclusions contained 
above may not apply to you.

This limited warranty gives you specific 
legal rights. You may also have other rights 
that vary from state to state.

 


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Certification ID: W003404 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This certificate represents the capabilities and features that have passed the interoperability testing 
governed by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Detailed descriptions of these features can be found at 
www.wi-fi.org/certificate 
 

Certification Date:

 

March 30, 2005 

Category

Wireless Printers and Print Servers 

Company:

 

Lexmark International, Inc. 

Product:

 MarkNet 

N8050 

 

 

 

This product has passed Wi-Fi certification testing for the following standards:

 

 

IEEE Standard 

Security 

 

 

802.11b 
802.11g 
 

 

WPA™ - Personal 
WPA™ - Enterprise 
 

 

 

 

For more information: www.wi-fi.org/certified_products