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Video: Sharp's Printer Functions - Secondary Ethernet Port

In most offices, printers for internal staff and visitors are kept separate for the sake of security and privacy—you can even find different printers per department for this very reason. But how much is this costing your business to run and install? 

This is why a secondary Ethernet port allows Sharp printers to support two separate networks. You can set up different IP addresses and security settings for each line—one in-house, for example, and one for visitors. Alternatively, the printer could be set up to access a web-connected office network as well as a high-security offline network. 

Keep your costs down while maintaining a high level of security with Sharp. 

A secondary ethernet port requires an Ethernet adaptor that supports two lines. Contact Sharp for further details and to arrange professional installation. 

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Xia Zhang is Sharp's Product Manager for Document Solutions. She loves growing all sorts of plants, her gorgeous ginger cat and working from home in a cozy bathrobe.