Networking 4 Port USB 2.0 Print Server - Share 4 USB Devices
    Product # 6041
    Networking 4 Port USB 2.0 Print Server - Share 4 USB Devices
    Product # 6041
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    Networking 4 Port USB 2.0 Print Server - Share 4 USB Devices

    Share up to four USB printers, scanners, hard drives, webcams, speaker systems, or other USB devices on your home network using this Networking 4-Port USB 2.0 Print Server from Monoprice!

    This Networking USB Server is ideal for sharing USB printers and other devices on an Ethernet network. It connects to the network using an auto-sensing 10/100Mbps Ethernet port and includes UPnP support for quick and easy setup and configuration in Windows®. It features a built-in web management system, allowing you to configure, monitor, and even reset the server using a web browser.


    • Share up to four USB devices across the network
    • Works with multifunction printers, hard drives, web cams, USB speakers, scanners, etc.
    • Supports the LPR/LPD, DHCP, and UPnP protocols
    • Backwards compatible with USB 1.1 devices
    • Supports Windows Vista Rally Technology
    • Compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit versions)
    • Requires minimum 1.75GHz CPU and 512MB RAM

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    26 Reviews

    65% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Semi wireless print server

    • Anonymous,
    •  Westmoreland, co 
    • 2/25/2015 6:51:56 PM

    Pros: The device is well made and compact and stylish.

    Cons: It connects to the internet via 10 base T (LAN) connection however and is not wireless in that respect.

    The sales info needs to be clear that this device is really not a wireless device. I will need to return this product due to misleading sales info. I needed a wireless connection to the internet to the print server so it could be placed near the printers which have no nearby LAN connection available. If you need a totally wireless solution this will not work for you.

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear PID 6041 did not work out for your setup. That is correct, this USB print server does need to be hardwired to the router and USB devices. The wireless connectivity would only refer to the computers. We unfortunately do not offer any USB print servers that would connect to the router wirelessly at this time. If you would like, I can assist you in setting up a return RMA. If you wish to proceed with the RMA, just let me know and I can get that started right away. My apologies again for the trouble and I hope this helps!

    Gabby Villa
    Tech Support Associate
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    Disappointing as a Server

    • Anonymous,
    •  Danville, VA 
    • 2/24/2015 1:09:04 PM

    Pros: Device does connect to the network and pull an IP via DHCP on first power up with no user intervention required. That is it, the only bright spot to this device.

    Cons: Lack of Web based GUI management of devices. The only web based management features are the ability to reboot, assign a password and static IP. Lack of ability to connect to any shares without a Windows based driver/software package. Lack of "server" features, such as mapping of networked shares or drives. Addition of a usb management system introduced into a system which already has usb management. Basically everything.

    I'm very disappointed as this isn't really a server at all, but more of a network connector to usb devices. A server would share devices over the network and allow for proper mapping of drives or shares. This device is basically a networked usb management device. All operating systems come with a built in usb management system so no additional software should be required to attached to a networked usb device. This device actually shows you the connected usb devices via the web gui, but has no mechanism to access the share without using the software management package. The software on the device itself is obviously of insufficient design as it should just live on the network and share what ever is connected to it. There are a few "servers" on the market which are true servers, skip this if you want a server, purchase it if you wish to have an additional usb management system installed on your pc. Very poor design and implementation. I expected better.

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    Perfect Little Device

    • DC,
    •  Canton, GA 
    • 4/2/2014 1:47:05 PM

    Pros: I loved the compact design when I saw it online and then when it arrived it fit perfectly on the desk. Of course even better is that it does as it is designed to. I needed a network USB hub for my Dymo printer. This works great over the network.

    Cons: N/A

    I loved the compact design when I saw it online and then when it arrived it fit perfectly on the desk. Of course even better is that it does as it is designed to. I needed a network USB hub for my Dymo printer. This works great over the network.

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    Networking 4 Port USB 2.0 Print Server

    • DMZ,
    •  Winston-Salem, NC 
    • 3/17/2014 12:19:17 PM

    Pros: This is a neat product if you are a Windows user and looking for a simple way to attach one usb device at a time. I tried it with Windows 7 and I had no problem connecting to two usb harddrives via the included software.


    However, my computer network is a Linux based computer network. I read the compatibility listing prior to purchasing this product and noted it will only work with Windows computers. I took a chance there had been a work around for this device so Linux users could use it, but I could not find one. I purchased this to replace my Linksys NSLU2. After a couple of days trying to figure out a way to get this to work with my Debian based network, I gave up, reached back to the year 2004, plugged by Linksys NSLU2 (Slug) back into my network, bought an additional Slug off, and they are doing the job I thought this USB Network hub would be able to do. Again, NOT for UNIX based systems. If you are looking to access USB drives via your network, something like the Linksys NSLU2 will serve you just fine.

    I like Monoprice and have purchased many products from them for years and I will continue to be a Monoprice customer.


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    So So

    • berserk,
    •  Broomfield, CO 
    • 12/4/2013 5:38:46 PM

    Pros: I can connect wirelessly to my old USB printers!

    Cons: Pretty much everything others have said: You have to disconnect on one computer for another computer to print on a network. The device seems to lose service frequently, by that I mean it stops finding the devices connected to it requiring me to unplug it and plug it back in. I can't use it for a hard-drive because of this (it wouldn't do much good for backup or movies or whatnot other than maybe quick file sharing).

    I'd recommend you would be better off with a new router that has USB printer & hard-drive support. It would save you frustrations and the crap shoot experience users have with these.

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