Brother MFC-L2710DW Driver

Below are the drivers for the compact MFC-L2710DW All-In-One Monochrome Laser Printer from Brother. Drivers are also available on the manufactures website.

Basic Specs:

Brother MFC-L2710DW
Printing Technology    Laser
Print Resolution    2400 x 600 dpi
Print Speed: 32 ppm
Duplex Printing
Duty Cycle,Monthly: 15,000 pages
Recommended,Monthly Volume: 2000 pages
Print Languages    GDI
Scanner: Flatbed,ADF
Optical Resolution Flatbed: 1200 dpi
ADF: 600 dpi
Interpolated Resolution    19200 x 19200 dpi
Scan Size    Flatbed: 8.5 x 11.7" / 21.6 x 29.7 cm
ADF: 8.5 x 14"
Copy Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi
Copy Speed: 32 cpm
Number of Copies: Up to 99
Reduction/Enlargement: 25-400%
Fax Modem Speed    33.6 kbps
Fax Memory: 400 pages
Speed Dial Locations: 200
Paper Handling: Input Tray
Manual Feed Slot
Auto Document Feeder
Output Tray
Paper Input Tray: Up to 8.5 x 14" / 21.6 x 35.6 cm
Manual Feed Slot: 3 x 5" to 8.5 x 14" / 7.6 x 12.7 cm to 21.6 x 35.6 cm
Paper Capacity    Input Tray: 250 sheets
Manual Feed Slot: 1 sheet
ADF: 50 sheets
Output Tray: 100 sheets
Interfaces: USB 2.0
Ethernet & Wi-Fi
Direct Printing    Wi-Fi Direct
Apple AirPrint
Google Cloud Print
Brother iPrint&Scan
Memory    Standard: 64 MB
Maximum: 64 MB
Control Panel    2-line monochrome LCD
Dimensions: (W x D x H)    16.1 x 15.7 x 12.5" / 40.9 x 39.9 x 31.8 cm
Weight:    26 lb / 11.8 kg

Install Instructions

 Linux Instructions:

Login as a superuser ( or use "sudo" option if it is required )


  1. Download drivers
    Download Linux driver.
  2. Install Linux driver
    1. Turn on the printer and connect the USB cable.
    2. Open the terminal and go to the directory where the driver is.
    3. Install Linux driver.The install process may take some time. Please wait until it is complete.
      Command (for rpm)  :  rpm  -ihv  --nodeps  (linux-drivername)
    4. Check if the Linux driver is installed
      Command (for rpm)  :  rpm  -qa  |  grep  -e  (linux-drivername)
  3. Depending on the connection type you are using (USB or Network), follow one of the steps below.

    (for USB Connection)

    1. Open a web browser and go to "http://localhost:631/printers".
    2. Check if the Device URI of your printer is "usb://Brother/(your printer's model name)"

      If the device URI is different from the example above, please go to "Modify Printer" of your printer to select proper device and driver.
      If your printer is not listed on "http://localhost:631/printers", please go to "http://localhost:631/admin" and click "Add printer" and select proper device and driver.


    (for Network Connection)


    1. Open a web browser and go to "http://localhost:631/printers".
    2. Click "Modify Printer" and set following parameters.

      - "LPD/LPR Host or Printer" or "AppSocket/HP JetDirect"    for Device

      - lpd://(Your printer's IP address)/binary_p1    for Device URI

      - Brother    for Make/Manufacturer Selection

      - Your printer's name    for Model/Driver Selection

  4. Try a test print
    Open a text editor, write something and select "print" from the menu.