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  • Page 2 WARNING: Changes or modification made to this equipment, not expressly approved by Toshiba Tec or parties authorized by Toshiba Tec could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
  • Page 3 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Toshiba Tec Network Interface Card. This Operator’s Manual describes the networking function setting procedures and the actions to be taken for problems. Before using the network interface card, thoroughly read this Operator’s Manual. To ensure that clean copies are made at all times and to make sure that the networking function is used in the optimum state, keep this Operator’s Manual in a handy place for future reference.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS What You Should Know Before Use ............5 Requirements ........................6 Examples of Connecting the Printer ..................7 Setup Flow ........................... 8 Connecting to the Network ....................9 Assigning IP Address ................11 Assigning IP Address ......................12 Using with NetWare 3.x ................
  • Page 5 TopAccess (for Administrator) ..............87 Starting TopAccess (for Administrator) ................88 Description of Screen ......................89 Print Log (latest 190 jobs) ....................90 Test Print ..........................92 Device Status Log ......................100 Printing Counter ....................... 101 TopAccess SETUP ......................104 Printer SETUP .........................
  • Page 7: What You Should Know Before Use

    What You Should Know Before Use...
  • Page 8: Requirements

    Requirements To use this machine with the Network Interface Card installed, the following hardware and software are required. Hardware Be sure to use a right cable and network device for your network interface card. • Token Ring STP cable with the RJ-45 connector for Token Ring, or Token Ring cable with the D-Sub 9-pin connector.
  • Page 9: Examples Of Connecting The Printer

    Examples of Connecting the Printer The configuration of this machine is shown below. Example of connection in local mode (parallel connection) Print job transmission Computer e-STUDIO55/65/80 Example of connection in a client server type network e-STUDIO 55/65/80 NetWare Server WindowsNT Server Windows 2000 Server Print job Print job transfer...
  • Page 10: Setup Flow

    Setup Flow Setup for Client Server Network Windows NT Server NetWare with TCP/IP NetWare without TCP/IP Windows 2000 Server Connect the network cable. Connect the network cable. Connect the network cable. (See “What You Should (See “What You Should (See “What You Should Connect the know Before...
  • Page 11: Connecting To The Network

    Connecting to the Network Connect this machine to the network. Connection procedures differ with the network interface card (optional). Important Before connecting the cable, be sure that the machine power is OFF. GF-1050(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) Insert the 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX cable in the connector. KR-7018 (10BASE-2) Connect the 10BASE-2 cable (1/4-inch coaxial cable) to the T-type connector...
  • Page 12 KR-7019 (Token Ring) There are two plug-in ports for the cable. Select either of them according to your operating environment. When using the RJ-45 connector Insert the cable of the token ring in the connector as shown in the figure at right.
  • Page 13: Assigning Ip Address

    Assigning IP Address...
  • Page 14: Assigning Ip Address

    Assigning IP Address Assign the IP address, the Subnet Mask, and the Gateway address of this machine on the control panel. This address must be assigned when using the TCP/IP protocol or TopAccess. Note: Assign the Gateway address when the printer is used in network through a router. Enter the router’s address for the Gateway address.
  • Page 15 Press the SETTING tab. Press the IP Address button. • Press the Subnet Mask and Gateway buttons to assign the Subnet Mask and Gateway Address if necessary. Enter the IP address to be assigned. • Enter with the numeric keys (0 to 9). •...
  • Page 17: Using With Netware 3.x

    Using with NetWare 3.x...
  • Page 18: Netware 3.x Setup

    NetWare 3.x Setup When using with NetWare 3.x this machine is set up by using PCONSOLE. Note: Set them up in the print server mode. They cannot be used in the remote printer mode. Example of setting up This example of operation is performed under the following conditions. Check the conditions of the environment you are using.
  • Page 19 Setting up with PCONSOLE Work on the workstation. Select File Server Log in for the NetWare server with Supervisor. Type “PCONSOLE” and press the Enter key. Choose Change Current File Server from the Available Options menu. • If you don’t have to change the File Server, skip to “Creating a print queue.” A list of file servers is displayed.
  • Page 20 Enter print queue name at New Print Queue Name and press the Enter key. Press the Esc key. The display returns to showing the Available Options menu. Creating the print server Choose Print Server Information from the Available Options menu and press the Enter key.
  • Page 21 Creating the printer Choose the created print server and press the Enter key. The Print Server Information menu appears. Choose Print Server Configuration from the Print Server Information menu and press the Enter key. The Print Server Configuration Menu appears. Choose Printer Configuration from the Printer Server Configuration Menu and press the Enter key.
  • Page 22 Choose Remote Other/Unknown and press the Enter key. Press the Esc key. Choose Yes and press the Enter key. The printer is added to Configured Printers. Press the Esc key. The display returns to showing the Print Server Configuration menu.
  • Page 23 Assigning a print queue Choose Queues Serviced by Printer from the “Print Server Configuration” menu. Defined Printers appears. Select a created printer from Defined Printers and press the Enter key. The queue assigning screen appears. Press the Insert key.
  • Page 24 Available Queues appears. Select a created queue. • Up to 10 queues can be selected. When more than one queue are to be selected, the priority must be decided in advance. Enter the priority and press the Enter key. The queue is assigned. •...
  • Page 25 Cautions: To install print server on more than one file server, perform the procedures of NetWare 3.x Set up: Creating the print queue, Creating the print server, Creating the printer, and Assigning a print queue for each file server. You must use the same name and password for the print server (or not password) on all file servers. If you use a password, specify it on each file server using the Change Password option on the Print Server Information menu of the PCONSOLE utility.
  • Page 26: Set Up The Pconsole Utility Options

    Set up the PCONSOLE Utility Options Set Up Notify Options for the Printer To enable the print server to notify users or user groups if a problem occurs with the printer, set up the Notify options. The print server supports the enhanced NOTIFY options for printers, including informing users when the printer: •...
  • Page 27 Primary File Server To use the primary file server option, use the following procedure on a file server close to the printer: Select File Server To Be Serviced from the Print Server Configuration menu. Appear the list of the file servers to be serviced by the primary file server. Press the Insert key.
  • Page 29: Using With Netware 4.x

    Using with NetWare 4.x...
  • Page 30: Setup In Nds Mode

    Setup in NDS Mode When using with NetWare 4.x, and Windows 95 (98) this machine is set up by using NetWare Administrator. When setting up from MS-DOS, use PCONSOLE. Note: Set them up in the print server mode. They cannot be used in the remote printer mode. Example of setting up This example of operation is performed under the following conditions.
  • Page 31 Setting up NetWare Administrator Starting NetWare Administrator Work on the workstation. Log in for the NetWare server with Admin. Start NetWare Administrator. • NetWare Administrator is found in the Public directory of the SYS volume. Open the Public directory with Explorer and start Nwadmn3x.exe. •...
  • Page 32 Creating a print queue Click on the container object to create the printer. Choose Create in the Object menu. The Class of New Object window appears. Choose Print Queues and click on...
  • Page 33 Create Print Queues appears. Enter the name of the print queue at Print Queue Name. Click on Browse of Print Queue Volume (indicated by “A” in the figure at right). The Select Object window appears. Select a volume to create a print queue from Object and click on OK.
  • Page 34 Creating the printer Click on the container object to create the printer. Choose Create in the Object menu. The Class of New Object window appears. Choose Printer and click on OK. The Create Printer window appears. Enter the name of the printer at Printer Name.
  • Page 35 Assigning the print queue Click on Assignments. The screen switches to Assignments. Click on Add. The Select Object window appears. Select a created queue from Object and click on OK. Click on Configuration. The screen switches to Configuration. Click on “ ” of Printer Type and choose Other/Unknown.
  • Page 36 Click on OK. The printer is created.
  • Page 37 Creating the print server Click on the container object to create the printer. Choose Create in the Object menu. The Class of New Object window appears. Choose Print Server and click on OK. The Create Print Server window appears. Enter the name of the print server at Print Server Name.
  • Page 38 Allocating the printer Click on Assignments. The screen switches to Assignments. Click on Add. The Select Object window appears. Select a created printer from Object and click on OK. The printer name is displayed at Printer. Click on OK.
  • Page 39 The print server is created. SUPPLEMENTS: If the printer has an IP address, set up NetWare 4.x NDS mode using TopAccess. See “TopAccess (for Administrator)- Network SETUP-NetWare SETUP”. If the printer does NOT have an IP address, set up NetWare 4.x NDS mode using MAP. See “MAP-Install MAP”, “MAP-Start MAP”, and “MAP-Setup NetWare at MAP”.
  • Page 40: Setup In Bindery Mode

    Setup in Bindery Mode The print server is set up in the bindery mode of NetWare 4.x. It is set in the bindery mode when you want to preserve the environment of the existing NetWare 3.x or also allow clients of NetWare 3.x to use the print server.
  • Page 41 Example of setting up This example of operation is performed under the following conditions. Check the conditions of the environment you are using. <Server> • NetWare server name : NWSRV (They must correspond with the names to be set for MAP or TopAccess.
  • Page 42 Setting up with PCONSOLE Starting PCONSOLE Work on the workstation. Log in for the NetWare server with Admin. • To use the bindery service, log in through bindery connection. Type “PCONSOLE” at the DOS prompt and press the Enter key. •...
  • Page 43 Creating the print server Choose Print Server from Available Options menu and press the Enter key. The message as shown in the figure at right appears. Press the Enter key. Print Server appears. Press the Insert key. Enter print server name at New Print Server Name and press the Enter key.
  • Page 44 Creating the printer Choose the created print server and press the Enter key. The Print Server Information menu appears. Choose Printer from the Print Server Information menu and press the Enter key. Defined Printers appears. Press the Insert key. Enter printer name at Printer and press the Enter key.
  • Page 45 Assigning the print queue Select the created printer and press the Enter key. Printer XXXXX configration (XXXXX the name of the printer created) appears. Enter printer number at Printer No. Highlight the Parallel of Printer Type and press the Enter key. Choose Other/Unknown from Printer Type and press the Enter key.
  • Page 46 Enter the priority and press the Enter key. The queue is assigned. • When assigning more than one queue, repeat steps 5 through 9. Press the Esc key twice. When Save Changes? appears, choose Yes and press the Enter key. Press the Esc key four times.
  • Page 47: Set Up The Pconsole Utility Options

    Set Up the PCONSOLE Utility Options This section explains how to use the PCONSOLE utility to perform the following tasks: • Attach and select a file server • Select or delete queues for the print server • Set-up the Notify function Notes: See the NetWare Print Server Manual for detailed information on this utility You must have Supervisor privileges to perform many PCONSOLE operations.
  • Page 48 Changing the Priority of Print Queues When you print a file, your system sends the file to a print queue. The print server assigned to that queue extracts the print job and sends it to the assigned printer. If a print server is servicing queues on multiple file servers, you must assign queues to the printer on each file server.
  • Page 49 How to Set Up Notify You can specify users or groups of users that are notified if a problem occurs when a print job is sent to the printer. If the print server is servicing queues on multiple file servers, you must set up a NOTIFY list for each file server.
  • Page 51: Using With Netware 5.x

    Using with NetWare 5.x...
  • Page 52: Ndps Setting

    NDPS Setting A new architecture, NDPS (Novell Distributed Print Services) is adopted in Novell NetWare 5. Use this print service to set up the NDPS from the Windows 95 (98) using NetWare Administrator. Set-up Example The following set-up is performed under the conditions stated below. Check the conditions of the environment you are using.
  • Page 53 Setting up NetWare Administrator Starting NetWare Administrator This is performed on the workstation. Log in for the NetWare server as an Administrator. Start NetWare Administrator. • NetWare Administrator is found in the Public directory of the SYS volume. Open the Public directory Explorer and startup Nwadmin3x.exe.
  • Page 54 Choose NPDS Broker and click on [OK]. Create NDPS Broker Object appears. Enter the name of the NDPS BROKER and RMS Volume, and click [Create]. The NDPS Broker is created.
  • Page 55 Setup 2: Creating NDPS Manager Choose Create in the Object menu. The Class of New Object window appears. Choose NPDS Manager and click [OK]. The Create NDPS Manager Object screen appears. Enter the names of NDPS Manager, Resident Server Database Volume, and click [Create].
  • Page 56 Setup 3: Installing the printer driver Double-click the Broker icon. Click [Resource Management (RMS)]. Click [Add Resources...]. Select the applicable OS : Windows 95/98 or Windows NT. Click [Add...].
  • Page 57 Click on [Browse]. Browse the .inf file to install or enter the file name, and click [OK]. Choose a printer to be installed in Add Resources, and click [OK].
  • Page 58 The printer appears in Current Resources. Setup 4: Creating NDPS Printer Choose Create in the Object menu. The Class of New Object window appears. Choose NDPS Printer and click [OK]. Enter the name in NDPS Printer and click [Create].
  • Page 59 Enter the names of in Printer Agent (PA) Name field. Enter the NDPS Manager name or click the browse button to locate it. Choose “Novell Printer Gateway” in the Gateway Types and click [OK]. Click [OK] to load the NDPS Manager to the server.
  • Page 60 Setup 4.1 In case of LPR in TCP/IP Check Remote (LPR on IP) in Connection Type, click [Next]. Enter the IP address assigned this machine in the Host Address. Type in “PORT_PASSTHROUGH” Printer Name, and click [Finish]. • It takes about 60 seconds to load the Printer Agent.
  • Page 61 Information message about installed driver appears. • It takes about 60 seconds to complete the creation of the NDPS Printer Object in NDS mode. NDPS Printer Object is created. Setup 4.2 In case of Queue based Check Forward Jobs to a Queue in Connection Type, click [Next].
  • Page 62 Enter the NDS queue in Queue Name, and enter the queue user name or click the browse button to locate it. Choose the printer driver to be installed in Printer Drivers, and click on [Continue]. Information message about installed driver appears. •...
  • Page 63 Setup 5: Setup NDPS Printer Double-click [NDPS Printer] created. Click NDPS Remote Printer Management. Check the “Install to workstations in this container” in Remote Workstation Printer Options. Click on [Update Driver]. Click on [OK].
  • Page 65: Using With Windows Nt4.0

    Using with Windows NT4.0...
  • Page 66: Tcp/ip Printing Service Setup

    TCP/IP Printing Service Setup When using Windows NT as the print server, utilize the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing services. When using Windows NT 4.0 as the client, refer to the OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR PRINTER FUNCTION. Preparation for setting up Check the following before setting up: •...
  • Page 67 Setting up the TCP/IP printing services Windows with Administrators or PowerUsers. Click on the Start button and choose Settings. Choose Printers. The printer folder is opened. Double-click on Add Printer. Add Printer Wizard is started. Check that My computer is selected and click on the Next button.
  • Page 68 Click on Add Port. Choose LPR Port from Available Printer Ports. Click on New Port. Enter the IP address of this machine at Name or address of server providing lpd. Type “PORT1” at Name of printer or print queue on that server. •...
  • Page 69 The IP address of this machine is added to Available Ports of Add Printer Wizard. Check that the check box for the added port (IP address of this machine) is turned on, then click on Next. Click on Have Disk. Insert the driver disk.
  • Page 70 Change Printer name if necessary, and click on Next. • When any other printer driver has already been installed, select whether or not this new printer shall be used as the default printer. If [Yes] is selected, this printer’s name will be displayed as the first printer for printing documents through applications.
  • Page 71: Using With Windows 2000 Or Windows Xp

    Using with Windows 2000 or Windows XP...
  • Page 72: Print Services For Unix

    Print Services for UNIX When using Windows 2000 or Windows XP as the printer server, utilize the print services for UNIX. When using Windows 2000 or Windows XP as the client, refer to the OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR PRINTER FUNCTION. Preparation for setting Up Check the following before setting up: Connect this machine and the computer to the network.
  • Page 73 Check and highlight “Other Network File and Print Services.” Click on [Detail... ] to make sure that the print services for UNIX are installed. If the print services for UNIX are not installed, see the Windows 2000 or Windows XP manual or Help, to install them.
  • Page 74 Adding the Printer Log on to Windows 2000 or Windows XP with Administrators or PowerUsers. Click on [Start] and choose [Settings]. Click on [Printers]. The printer folder opens. Double-click on [Add Printer]. [Add Printer Wizard] starts. Click on [Next]. Make sure that “Local printer” is se- lected and click on [Next].
  • Page 75 Click on “Create a new port:” and se- lect [LPR port]. Then click on [Next]. In “Name or address of server provid- ing lpd,” enter the IP address assigned for this machine. Enter a given name in “Name of printer or print queue on that server.”...
  • Page 76 Click on [OK]. Select the printer to be used, then click on [Next]. The [Set Printer name] screen appears. If necessary, change “Printer name”, then click on [Next]. Only alphanumeric characters are acceptable when entering the printer’s name. If another printer has been already installed, select whether to use this printer as the default printer.
  • Page 77 Specify the location and capabilities of the printer. The “Location” and “Com- ment” boxes may be left blank. Click on [Next]. The [Print Test Page] screen appears. Select whether or not the test print is to be performed, then click on [Next]. Click on [Finish].
  • Page 78 Click on [Yes] to complete installation. Note that though the [Digital Signature Not Found] screen appears, there is no impact upon the printer driver installa- tion.
  • Page 79: Topaccess (for User)

    TopAccess (for User)
  • Page 80 Starting TopAccess (for User) You can check the state of this machine with only one WWW browser in selection of Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer. Environmental requirements TopAccess can be used in the following environment: • Applicable OS : Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, Windows XP, Mac OS 8.0, 8.5, 8.6, 9.0 •...
  • Page 81: Starting Topaccess (for User)

    Description of Screen 1 Go to the TOSHIBA Web site, “http://www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm” by clicking on this. Updated information about TOSHIBA products is available on this Web site. 2 Select Language Select the language in which TopAccess will be displayed. 3 Menu Copier Configurations Shows the connected state of optional equipment and the sizes of paper in the paper trays.
  • Page 82: Selecting The Language

    Selecting the Language Select the language to display in TopAccess. Click on “ ” at Select language. Selectable languages are displayed. Select the language to be displayed from the list. Click on Change. TopAccess displayed language selected.
  • Page 83: Copier Configurations Menu

    Copier Configurations Menu You can check the location of this machine, paper sizes, and configuration of optional equipment. You can refer to this menu when making settings in the Options tab of the printer driver. 1Cassette Lists available paper trays. 2Paper Size Indicates the size of paper in each paper tray.
  • Page 84: Printing Job Menu

    Printing JOB Menu A set of data, for which a print request is made, is called a “print job.” Up to 190 print jobs of the latest dates are displayed. You can check the state of your print job or delete the job. To display the latest state, right-click the mouse in the display area and click Refresh.
  • Page 85 Deleting the print job Click on DELETE for the print job to be deleted. The Job Delete screen appears. Check that the print job should be deleted and click on DELETE. • Be careful not to delete other print jobs by mistake.
  • Page 86: Printer Information Menu

    Printer Information Menu This menu shows the various settings of this machine. These settings are made by the administrator. 1Printer Lists the default values for printing. Usually, printing takes place according to the settings of the printer driver. 2PCL Lists the default values of PCL. Usually, printing takes place according to the settings of the printer driver.
  • Page 87 *List of Internal Fonts The display turns back to Printer Information screen by clicking on [BACK].
  • Page 88: Functions Of Topaccess

    Functions of TopAccess Select Language Changes the language in which TopAccess is expressed. Status display Communication : Indication of online or offline. Copier Status : Indicates the state of this machine. • List of menu items Indicates the paper size for each cassette, option Copier Configurations configuration, etc.
  • Page 89: Topaccess (for Administrator)

    TopAccess (for Administrator)
  • Page 90: Starting Topaccess (for Administrator)

    Starting TopAccess (for Administrator) You can check the state of this machine with only one WWW browser in selection of Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer. When you designate the URL for administrator, the Administrator menu is added. Then, you can set up this machine and the network. Before changing a setting(s), you must enter the administrator password.
  • Page 91: Description Of Screen

    Description of Screen 1Go to the TOSHIBA Web site, “http://www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm,” by clicking on this. Updated information about TOSHIBA products is available on this Web site. 2Select Language Select the language in which TopAccess will be displayed. 3Menu Copier Configurations Shows the connected state of optional equipment and the sizes of paper in the paper trays.
  • Page 92: Print Log (latest 190 Jobs)

    Print Log (latest 190 jobs) A set of data, for which a print request is made, is called a “print job.” Up to 190 print jobs and their records of the latest dates are displayed. You can check the state of your print job or delete the job which you have unintentionally made a request to print.
  • Page 93 Deleting the print job Click on Delete for the print job to be deleted. • Deletion is not displayed for any job whose state is “Complete” or “Delete”. The Job Delete screen appears. Check that the print job should be deleted and click on DELETE.
  • Page 94: Test Print

    Test Print This function is used for test print after changing the setting(s) or for printing out a setting status report. Test print procedures Turn on the check box for the item you want to print. Setting List Prints out a report on various settings. Font List Prints out a list of internal fonts.
  • Page 95 •Setting List...
  • Page 96 •Font List (1/2)
  • Page 97 •Font List (2/2)
  • Page 98 •Device Status Log...
  • Page 99 •Print Log...
  • Page 100 •PCL Test...
  • Page 101 •PDL Test...
  • Page 102: Device Status Log

    Device Status Log You should refer to the Device Status Log when inspecting or repairing this machine. Click on BACK, and the display will return to showing the Administrator menu.
  • Page 103: Printing Counter

    Printing Counter The total number of sheets (copier and printer), number of sheets of the printer function, and number of sheets for each group are displayed. Management by group facilitates the management of the number of sheets. The group counters can be reset as necessary. The number of printer sheets and total number of sheets cannot be reset.
  • Page 104 Resetting the group counter Click on RESET for the group you want to reset. The Group Counter Reset screen appears. Enter the administrator password. • Password is indicated by asterisks ( Check that the counter should be reset and click on RESET. •...
  • Page 105 Resetting all the group counters Click on All Group Counter Reset. The All Group Counter Reset screen appears. Enter the administrator password. • Password is indicated by asterisks ( Click on the RESET button. • If you do not want to reset, click on BACK. The display returns to showing the Printing Counter screen.
  • Page 106: Topaccess Setup

    TopAccess SETUP Make TopAccess settings including the location and administrator of this machine. TopAccess SETUP procedures Enter each item. •Items required only. Installation Site Enter the installation place. Up to 32 characters can be entered. Administrator Enter the administrator’s name. Up to 32 characters can be entered. Refresh Rate Set the update time interval for the status display.
  • Page 107 Enter the administrator password. • Password is indicated by asterisks ( Click on SETUP. • If you do not want to program, click on BACK. The display returns to showing the Administrator menu. “Request has been Received” message is displayed. Note: If the data entered is found invalid, the item present just before the entry is reversed in blue.
  • Page 108 Banner Page Print When Banner Page Print is turned ON, print job information (Host name, User name and Job) is printed before each print job. This allows you to easily tell who has printed. #### ##### ##### # # # ##### ##### # # #...
  • Page 109 Banner page print is treated as a job by Printing JOB and Print Log. Note: Banner page print can be performed in LPR connection. Set the Banner page print ON and restart the computer in order to perform the Banner page print.
  • Page 110: Printer Setup

    Printer SETUP Make default settings for this machine. Usually, printing takes place according to the settings of the printer driver. Printer SETUP procedures Enter each item . •Items required only. Printer SETUP Number of Copies Enter the number of copies in the range of 1 to 999. It is set to 1 when the machine is delivered.
  • Page 111 Smoothing Selects whether or not the Smoothing function is used. It is set to “ON” (smoothing used) when the machine is delivered. Emulation Mode Set the printer descriptor. It is set to Auto Select when the machine is delivered. PCL SETUP Symbol Set: Set the PCL symbol set.
  • Page 112 Restoring to the default settings Enter the administrator password. • Password is indicated by asterisks ( Click on DEFAULT. The “Restore to Default Settings” message apeears and Printer Setting are restored to the default settings.
  • Page 113: Network Setup

    Network SETUP Make settings when using with NetWare or AppleTalk and change the IP address of this machine. 1Network Type This display field shows the network type of the network interface card. Network interface card Display of network type 10/100BASE-T (GF-1050), 10BASE-2 (KR-7018) Ethernet Token Ring (KR-7019) Token Ring...
  • Page 114 TCP/IP SETUP Enter each item . •Items required only. DHCP To automatically assign the IP address by using the DHCP server, select Enable. Enable is selected when the machine is delivered. Save IP Address Save the IP address assigned by the DHCP server. This can be designated when DHCP is set to Enable.
  • Page 115 Notes: To automatically assign the IP address, the DHCP server must be in operation. When Save IP Address is set to Do not Save, program the DHCP server so that the same IP address will be always designated for this machine. When the “Enable DHCP”...
  • Page 116: Netware Setup

    NetWare SETUP Enter each item. •Items required only. NetWare To use the printer under the operation of NetWare server or Peer-to-Peer Utility (IPX/SPX), select Use. Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created. It must match the setting of NetWare.
  • Page 117 Enter the administrator password. • Password is indicated by asterisks ( Click on SETUP. • If you do not want to program, click on BACK. The display returns to showing the Administrator menu. “Reset the Printer to Enable Setting” message is displayed. Perform the Printer Reset.
  • Page 118: Appletalk Setup

    AppleTalk SETUP This setting is performed when the Macintosh is connected to the network. Enter each item. •Items required only. AppleTalk Select “Use” to use AppleTalk. “Use” is selected as default setting. Printer Name The printer name is indicated. No setting can be made. Zone Name Enter a name of the zone in which the machine is included.
  • Page 119 Perform the Printer Reset. • You can also make them valid by turning the machine power off and then on. • When setting is performed, the Printer Reset via the TopAccess may not be carried out. In this case, the reset can be made through the operation on the Control Panel (refer to the Printer Function) or by turning the machine power off and then on.
  • Page 120: Password Change

    Password Change Change the administrator password. It is set to password when the machine is delivered. The administrator password is used to change a setting(s) with TopAccess. After changing the password, keep it carefully. Administrator password change procedures Enter each item. Current Password Enter the current password registered.
  • Page 121: Printer Reset

    Printer Reset The printer unit is restarted. This function is used when the printer unit must be restarted after changing Network Settings, etc. The main power of the machine will not turn off. Printer reset procedures Enter the administrator password. •...
  • Page 122: Functions Of Topaccess

    Functions of TopAccess Select Language Changes the language in which TopAccess is expressed. Communication : Indication of online or offline. Status display Copier Status : Indicates the state of this machine. Menu items Shows the paper size of each cassette, optional Copier Configurations configuration, etc.
  • Page 124: Install Map

    Install MAP MAP, Management Access Program, can link to the NIC using the exclusive alternating IPX channel even if the network is not in TCP/IP protocol environment. To use MAP, it is necessary that Web browser and TCP/IP protocol are installed in your computer. Notes: Use TopAccess when your computer and the printer are connected in network with TCP/IP protocol.
  • Page 125 Click on the [Setup Utilities] button. Click on the [MAP Setup] button. Click on the [Setup] button. • The setup program starts. Read the description displayed on Setup Program screen for MAP, then click on [Next]. • The Setup Program will be interrupted and exit the program being operated by clicking on [Cancel].
  • Page 126 Read “MAP Installation Notes” and then click on [Yes]. Assign the path where you want to install, then click on [Next]. Assign the name of the Program Folder of MAP to be placed on Start menu, then click on [Next]. •...
  • Page 127: Start Map

    Start MAP Select [Programs] from [Start] menu. Select [MAP], and click on [MAP]. • MAP starts, and the list of print servers discriminated by SAP and IP print servers discriminated by the serial number is displayed on Web browser. Select this machine from the lists. •...
  • Page 128: Setup Netware At Map

    Setup NetWare at MAP Start MAP and open the Setup NetWare page and setup the NetWare to make the printer operable in NetWare environment. Select “Setup NetWare” from “Network Configuration” menu screen. Enter each field that applies: Enable NetWare To use the printer under the operation of NetWare server or Peer-to-Peer Utility (IPX/SPX), check it on.
  • Page 129 Enter the password. • The password is described with “ ”. Click on “Accept Setting.” • Click on “Clear Inputs” if you want to cancel the entered settings and re-enter them. The entered settings are applied and the message “Update Successful” is displayed.
  • Page 131: What To Do If Trouble Occurs

    What to Do If Trouble Occurs...
  • Page 132: Topaccess Errors

    TopAccess Errors TopAccess won’t appear. Action Check Item Enter the correct URL (IP address of this machine). Ask the Is the wrong URL (IP administrator about the IP address of this machine. address of this machine) entered? Is the IP address assigned Assign the IP address to this machine.
  • Page 133 Status message display Some status message indicate the current state of this machine while indecate errors. Message Action READY Printer is working normally. Warming Up The printer is being started. Wait for a while. Reboot the Machine Turn OFF the power of the machine and restart again. Wait Wait for a while.
  • Page 134 Message Action Printer Error:P50 The error occurred in the communication between the printer unit and the machine. Perform the Printer Reset from the Control Panel (See “Activating Special Functions” in OPERATOR’S MANUAL/FOR PRINTER FUNCTION.) or turn OFF the power of the machine and restart again.
  • Page 135: Limitations

    Limitations When printing, keep the following points in mind. When using the machine in both parallel connection and network connection • While one print job is spooled, the other print job cannot be accepted. Wait for a while and then start again from beginning.

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E.studio 65E.studio 80

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