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It looks like they support the following protocols IPX, TCP/IP, NETBUEI, APPLETALK, LPR, smb (Over IP). So it seems possible that it could work with linux.
As stated you should configure the device with a static IP address. From the server's web setup pages you should be able to determine the lpr port and print queue. The using cups web server add the printer.
The devices default setting should be DHCP so just look at your router's attached devices page to determine its address. Then open up the web browser and use that address for a URL.
Have you already set up the printer in linux yet? Depending on make/model you might have to install a driver. Once that is working you can switch the printer to the server and then via cups add the printer.
The cup web server URL is localhost:631. You want to manually add the printer as
ort/queue_name. Then select the make/model. And hopefully you can now print..