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Topic # 94740 17-Dec-2011 22:56
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I just installed & configured a new Technicolor TG582n - it has a USB port that accepts a printer, a FAT32-formatted drive, or a cellular dongle, but no manual telling you how to actually do any of that. I only have a laptop & am using the wireless so I wanted to use it to share a USB printer on my network so I didnt have to bring the laptop into the study to physically plug the printer every time I wanted to print  - it took me quite a while to find the instructions:


These are for the older TG587n but worked a treat. 
Note you may have to turn telnet on if running win7 - control panel, programs & features, turn windows features on/off, tick Telnet client.

p.s. I also added a new user & pwd, removing the default Administrator with its blank pwd. Seemed safer!


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  Reply # 559148 18-Dec-2011 08:50
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Go to the userguide section here and download the full user guide via this link. It may have info .



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