Lexmark MarkNet N8120. Network connection type: Ethernet LAN. Supported network protocols: TCP/IP IPv4, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, LexLink (DLC), TCP/IP IPv6, TCP, UDP, Management protocols: HTTP, HTTPs (SSL/TLS), SNMPv3, WINS, SLPv1, IGMP, BOOTP, RARP, APIPA (AutoIP), DHCP, ICMP, DNS,.... Data transfer rate: 1000 Mbit/s, Compatible operating systems: Linpus Linux Desktop 9.2, 9.3 Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 SUSE Linux Enterprise..., Networking features: Gigabit Ethernet
Network Communications Security
SNMPv3 supports encrypted and authenticated management traffic protecting remote configuration and device status messages. IPSec can be used with both TCP/IP IPv4 and IPv6 networks and provides encryption and authentication of communications at the network layer.
Network Protocol Support
MarkNet print servers and the standard Ethernet connection support these protocols: TCP/IP IPV4, TCP/IP IPv6, Novell (IPX/SPX including NetWare Directory Services), AppleTalk™ and LexLink (DLC/LLC). All protocols can be active simultaneously. Simultaneous protocol support allows you to print from different systems without reconfiguring the print server.
Embedded Web Page
The embedded web page allows administrators to flash update printer firmware or access printer settings using a web browser to easily monitor printer status and change default settings.
Our picking, packing and delivery is linked to what you order, where you want it delivered and how you choose to pay, so delivery times can vary. Estimates are provided below to help you shop, but always check your order’s Estimated Delivery Date during checkout for the most accurate delivery information.
|Delivery destination||Delivery time|
|Johannesburg, Pretoria Area||1-3 working days|
|Cape Town, Durban Area||2-4 working days|
|Outlying Areas||3-5 working days|
Applies to items that are marked as in stock at time of placing your order.
Banking details to pay for orders with an EFT from your own bank
Please ensure that you use only your order number as reference when paying via EFT. Your order number will start with the letters FSxxxxx