Epson 802.11g Reference Manual

Epsonnet 802.11g wireless ext. print server.
Hide thumbs

Advertising

Advertising

Introduction
About Your Network Interface
The EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server is a wireless
network interface that connects to the USB port of an Epson device
(such as printer or all-in-one). With this network interface, you
can create a wireless connection between the Epson device and a
local area network using the IEEE 802.11b/g communication
standard.
A radio signal is transmitted over the wireless network when you
send a job to the device. Then the device prints or scans the file
when the network interface receives the radio signal directly from
a computer or from an access point.
This network interface is Wi-Fi certified for interoperability with
other 802.11-compliant products.
Because the network interface supports multiple protocols and
automatically detects protocols on your network, you can print
from Microsoft
®
IBM
OS/2 applications.
Use EpsonNet EasyInstall to easily configure the network
interface for use on a TCP/IP network. If you are using an
all-in-one, EpsonNet EasyInstall installs the drivers on your
computer. You can use the device on the TCP/IP network at once.
For protocols such as TCP/IP, NetWare, NetBEUI, AppleTalk
IPP, and SNMP, you can use EpsonNet Config, the configuration
utility provided with your product, to quickly and easily
configure the network interface to use these protocols.
®
®
Windows
, Apple
®
®
Macintosh
, UNIX
®
, and
®
,
1

Advertising

   Also See for Epson 802.11g

   Summary of Contents for Epson 802.11g

  • Page 1

    About Your Network Interface The EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server is a wireless network interface that connects to the USB port of an Epson device (such as printer or all-in-one). With this network interface, you can create a wireless connection between the Epson device and a local area network using the IEEE 802.11b/g communication...

  • Page 2: About This Guide

    “Administrator” is synonymous with “Supervisor” in this guide. The term “network interface” refers to the EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server in this guide. The term “device” refers to the printer or all-in-one that is supported...

  • Page 3

    Some screen shots in this guide may list a device name other than your device. This difference does not alter the instructions. Instructions on Using the Network Interface Notes on powering on and off Do not turn off the device and the network interface when changing the settings.

  • Page 4: Package Contents

    Security lock Insert a commercially available theft-prevention cable through the security lock, which is located on the back panel of the network interface, to secure the device to a table or pillar. This network interface is compatible with the Microsaver Security System manufactured by Kensington. Notes on radio waves Radio wave interference may occur when there are devices that use radio waves within the 2.4 GHz ISM band near the...

  • Page 5

    AC Adapter sheet Note: You need to supply items such as a computer with an 802.11b/g WLAN compliant network interface card installed, an Epson device with a USB port, a USB cable, and an access point (required for infrastructure mode only).

  • Page 6: Operating Environment, Supported Operating Systems

    Operating Environment Supported operating systems The network interface supports the following operating systems. Supported operating systems Printing environments The network interface receives print jobs in the following environments. Operating systems Windows XP (Home, Professional) Windows Me Windows 98 Second Edition Windows XP Windows Me Windows 98 Second Edition...

  • Page 7

    Operating systems Version Windows Server 2003 Windows 2000 (Professional, Server) Macintosh Mac OS X 10.2.4 or later Mac OS X 10.2 or later Mac 9.1 or later NetWare 4.x/IntranetWare 5.x/6.0 OS/2 (OS/2 Warp Connect, OS/2 Warp Server) UNIX Sun OS 4.1.4 or later: SPARC SunSoft Solaris 2.4 or later: SPARC...

  • Page 8

    The network interface supports sharing memory via SMB when it is connected to the all-in-one. The supported operating systems are Windows XP/2000. Supported Epson Devices The network interface can be installed for the following Epson devices (as of May, 2004). Ink Jet Printer: Stylus C64/C84...

  • Page 9

    Supports 64-bit/128-bit WEP Key and WPA-PSK(TKIP). Communicates with up to 11 or 13 channels. Communicates with any Wi-Fi certified products. Uses communication speeds at 11/5.5/2/1 Mbps for 802.11b, 54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6 Mbps for 802.11g, or automatically changes the speed according to the radio waves.

  • Page 10

    Supports multiple protocols, such as TCP/IP, NetWare, NetBEUI, AppleTalk, and IPP. Supports DHCP. Supports Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) that assigns an IP address automatically to the network interface even if there is no DHCP server on your network. Supports the Dynamic DNS function. Supports Rendezvous on Mac OS X 2.4 or higher.

  • Page 11

    Network Interface Operation The status lights and status sheet can provide you with important information about the operation and configuration of the network interface. Status sheet button USB upstream connector USB downstream connector DC-IN connector Security lock 1. NETWORK light 2.

  • Page 12: Status Lights

    Status lights The network interface has three lights (NETWORK, DATA, and USB), which indicates the current operating status of the network interface when you first turn on the device, during normal operation, and when errors occur. The NETWORK and USB lights have three colors (red, green, and yellow).

  • Page 13

    Status sheet button The first time you use the network interface after installing or reinstalling it, plug the power cord of the network interface into a wall outlet while holding down the status sheet button for about twenty seconds to initialize the network interface. The length of time necessary to hold down the status sheet button varies depending on the device model.

  • Page 14

    Rotate the rotary stand counterclockwise by 90 degrees to provide an auxiliary stand for stability. The stand can be screwed to a location or on the wall for hanging. The IEEE 802.11g Communication Standard The network interface supports the IEEE 802.11b/g communication standard. It is compatible with other IEEE...

  • Page 15: Operating Modes

    An IEEE 802.11b/g WLAN (wireless local area network) operates within the 2.4 GHz ISM band. It divides the 2.4 GHz into 11 or 13 channels using Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS), and uses Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA) to avoid packet collision. Both CSMA/CA with ACK and CSMA/CA with RTS/CTS are supported.

  • Page 16

    In the Infrastructure mode, both wireless and wired computers can communicate through an access point to send data to the network interface. Note: Some access points or routers support only the TCP/IP protocol. If you use this product with a protocol other than TCP/IP, make sure the protocols are supported by the access point or router.

  • Page 17

    Security WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) is a security protocol for wireless network. Data is encrypted using the WEP Key providing the security of your wireless network. You must set the same WEP Key to the network interface and the access point. The network interface supports a 64-bit or 128-bit encryption key, and you can use either hexadecimal or ASCII characters.

  • Page 18

    About the Software EpsonNet Config for Windows is a Windows-based configuration utility for administrators that allows you to configure the network interface for various protocols such as TCP/IP, NetWare, MS Network, AppleTalk, IPP, and SNMP. See “About EpsonNet Config”. EpsonNet Config for Macintosh is a Macintosh-based configuration utility for administrators that allows you to configure the network interface for TCP/IP, AppleTalk, and IPP.

  • Page 19

    Ethernet transmissions ftp -- a TCP/IP application protocol for file transfer IEEE 802.11g -- an IEEE standard for the 2.4 GHz range of WLANs Infrastructure mode -- a wireless network mode. It allows both wireless and wired computers to send print jobs to the device through an access point.

  • Page 20

    Remote printer -- a shared device connected elsewhere on the network, but under the control of a NetWare print server Roaming -- the ability to move the wireless station from one access point to another without losing the connection or interrupting the service SSID (or ESSID) -- Service Set Identifier (or Extended Service Set Identifier), a unique identifier to specify a WLAN...

  • Page 21

    See “About Installing Components on Your Computer” for details. 4. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive to configure the network interface. If you are using one of the following Epson devices, see “For Windows” or “For Macintosh” for details.

  • Page 22

    - EPSON STYLUS PHOTO RX500 - EPSON STYLUS PHOTO RX600 - EPSON STYLUS CX4600 - EPSON STYLUS CX6400 - EPSON STYLUS CX6600 If your device is not listed above, see “For Windows” or “For Macintosh” for details. 5. If necessary, install the printer driver.

  • Page 23: Selecting A Printing Method

    Selecting a Printing Method Printing from Windows Check if there is a Windows XP/Server 2003/2000 print server on your network, and then use the suggestions below. Note: Only the recommended printing methods are introduced here. See “Features of the Printing Methods” for information on additional methods.

  • Page 24

    Printing from Macintosh Mac OS X 10.2.4 or later Rendezvous EPSON TCP/IP EPSON AppleTalk Mac OS X 10.2 or later EPSON TCP/IP EPSON AppleTalk Mac OS 9 AppleTalk Features of the Printing Methods This section describes features of the printing methods available for you to choose.

  • Page 25

    You can see the printer status using EPSON Status Monitor 2 or 3. For Windows XP/Server 2003/2000, you can create a print log using the event viewer. You can print via a router. Disadvantages You need to set up TCP/IP.

  • Page 26

    No computer as a network interface is required. No special print utility is required. Disadvantages EPSON Status Monitor 2 or 3 cannot be used. You cannot print via a router. It takes a longer time to start printing because more time is...

  • Page 27

    TCP/IP, NetBEUI, etc.) and assign an IP address and subnet mask for your computer, depending on the printing method you want to use. See the section appropriate for your operating system. Note: You need to install the TCP/IP protocol on your computer to use EPSON Scan. “Windows XP” “Windows Me/98”...

  • Page 28

    When using TCP/IP or IPP for printing, you need to set the IP address, the subnet mask, and the default gateway of the computer. 1. Click Start, highlight Control Panel, and then click Network and Internet Connections. Select Network Connections. 2.

  • Page 29

    The following table lists the components required for configuring the network interface with EpsonNet Config. EpsonNet Config’s setting screens TCP/IP, AppleTalk, IPP, SNMP (IP trap) MS Network NetWare, SNMP (IPX trap) The following table lists the components required for network printing.

  • Page 30

    6. For LPR, Internet, Microsoft Network Shared printing: Double-click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) on the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box to open the Internet Protocols (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box. Set the IP address, the subnet mask, etc. and then click OK. 7.

  • Page 31

    2. Double-click the Network icon. Check if the following necessary components are in the list of installed network components on the Configuration menu. If they are already installed, see “How to Set Up the Network Interface”. The following table lists the components required for configuring the network interface with EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 32

    Note: Do not use Novell Client for Windows 95/98 version 3.00 and Novell Client for Windows NT version 4.50 when using the following modes: NetWare 3.x/4.x Bindery Print Server mode, NetWare 3.x Remote Printer mode, NetWare 4.x Bindery Remote Printer mode, and NetWare 4.x/5.x NDS Remote Printer mode. The following table lists the components required for network printing.

  • Page 33: Windows Server 2003

    For printing via NetWare server: Download the latest Novell Client from the Novell Web site and install it on the computer. Also, be sure to install IPX. See the Novell Web site for detailed information. 4. For LPR, Internet, Microsoft Network Shared printing: Double-click TCP/IP on the Configuration menu to open the TCP/IP Properties dialog box.

  • Page 34

    3. Check if the following necessary components are in the list. If they are already installed, see “How to Set Up the Network Interface”. The following table lists the components required for configuring the network interface with EpsonNet Config. EpsonNet Config’s setting screens TCP/IP, AppleTalk, IPP, SNMP (IP trap) MS Network NetWare, SNMP (IPX trap)

  • Page 35: Windows 2000

    LPR or Internet printing Microsoft Network Shared printing Printing via NetWare server 4. If the necessary components are not in the list, click Install to install them, as described below. For LPR or Internet printing: Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is installed by default. You cannot add or delete it.

  • Page 36

    Note: The Windows 2000 CD-ROM may be required during the installation. When using TCP/IP or IPP for printing, you need to set the IP address, the subnet mask, and the default gateway of the computer. 1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then select Network and Dial-up Connections.

  • Page 37

    The following table lists the components required for configuring the network interface with EpsonNet Config. EpsonNet Config’s setting screens TCP/IP, AppleTalk, IPP, SNMP (IP trap) MS Network NetWare, SNMP (IPX trap) Note: Do not use Novell Client for Windows 95/98 version 3.00 and Novell Client for Windows NT version 4.50 when using the following modes: NetWare 3.x/4.x Bindery Print Server mode, NetWare 3.x Remote Printer mode, NetWare 4.x Bindery Remote...

  • Page 38

    For Microsoft Network Shared printing: To use Internet Protocol, see the description described earlier to install Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). To use NetBEUI, select Protocol and then click Add. Select NetBEUI Protocol and then click OK. Select Client and then click Add. Select Client for Microsoft Networks and then click OK.

  • Page 39

    Mac OS X 1. From the Apple menu, select System Preferences. 2. Click the Network icon. 3. Select AirMac, and then click the Configure button. 4. Click the TCP/IP tab. 5. Assign an IP address and other settings if necessary. 6.

  • Page 41

    How to Set Up the Network Interface For Windows Connecting the network interface Note: If EpsonNet WinAssist is installed on your computer, uninstall it before following the steps below. 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. If the Installer dialog box does not appear automatically, double-click EPSETUP.EXE on the CD-ROM.

  • Page 42

    3. Read the license agreement, and then click Agree. 4. Select Connect the Wireless Print Server. 5. Connect the square connector to the USB port on the device, and then connect the other end to the USB downstream connector on the network interface. Finally, turn on the device.

  • Page 43

    Note: Be sure to use the USB cable that comes with the network interface. 6. Connect the square connector on the USB cable to the USB upstream connector on the network interface, and then connect the other end to the USB port on the computer.

  • Page 44

    7. Connect the power cord to the AC adapter, and then plug the AC adapter into the network interface's DC-IN connector. Finally, plug the power cord into a properly grounded wall outlet. 8. The “Found New Hardware Wizard” appears to prompt you to install the USB driver.

  • Page 45

    Note: These screens may be different depending on the operating system. 9. Select the Search for the best driver in these locations radio button and select the Search removable media check box, and then click Next.

  • Page 46

    10. When the operation is completed, click Finish. 11. Click Back to go back to the main menu.

  • Page 47

    12. Select Install Network Utility. 13. Click the Install button located next to EpsonNet Config. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. 14. Click the Install button located next to EpsonNet Print. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

  • Page 48: Configuring The Network Interface

    15. Click Exit. 16. Configure the network interface using EpsonNet Config. See “Configuring the network interface” for details. Configuring the network interface Note: It is a good idea to write down the SSID and WEP Key or WPA Personal password before taking the steps below. Note for Windows XP Service Pack 2 users: If the following screen appears after starting EpsonNet Config, click the Unblock button;...

  • Page 49

    Transmission Rate Explanations Select a wireless LAN mode: Infrastructure or Ad Hoc. For 802.11g only: Select the operation mode from the list. Enter or select the SSID (or ESSID) of the access point or wireless LAN (up to 32 characters).

  • Page 50

    5. Click Basic under TCP/IP. Explanations Select the security level from the list. Note: If you are using EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server in the Ad Hoc mode, you cannot use WPA-Personal (TKIP) for the security level. Select an authentication algorithm: Open System, Shared Key, or Automatic.

  • Page 51

    6. Select a method for specifying the IP address. If you select Automatic, DHCP becomes available and assigns an IP address automatically. If you want to set the IP address manually, select Manual and enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway. 7.

  • Page 52

    Note for Windows users If you are using an ink jet printer or all-in-one (excluding EPSON STYLUS PHOTO RX500/600/1280/2200), follow the steps below after installing the printer driver. You can use EPSON Status Monitor 3 via the wireless network. 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 53

    Note: You can use this function on Windows XP/2000 only. You can only display or read data on the memory card. When you access the Network Storage and delete data on the memory card, the data disappears. However, the data is not actually deleted so the data appears again when you select Refresh from the View menu.

  • Page 54

    3. Enter the host name you checked in step 1, and then click OK. \\the host name of the MS Network\ 4. Right-click the MEMORYCARD icon, and then select Map Network Drive. 5. Specify the drive letter for the connection. We recommend that you select the Reconnect at logon check box.

  • Page 55

    7. The network drive you mapped appears in My Computer. To display or read the file, double-click the network drive icon. Disconnecting the network storage To disconnect the network drive of the network storage, right-click the network drive icon, and then select Disconnect. Changing the network storage information You can change the host name or the storage name you specified in the Run dialog box by using EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 56

    2. Double-click the EPSON CD-ROM icon. 3. Double-click the appropriate OS icon in the EPSON folder. 4. From the Welcome screen, click Next.

  • Page 57

    5. Read the license agreement, and then click Agree. 6. Select Install Network Utility.

  • Page 58

    7. Click the Install button located next to EpsonNet Config to install EpsonNet Config. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. 8. Restart your computer. 9. Connect the square connector to the USB port on the device, and then connect the other end to the USB downstream connector on the network interface.

  • Page 59

    Note: Be sure to use the USB cable that comes with the network interface. 10. Connect the square connector on the USB cable to the USB upstream connector on the network interface, and then connect the other end to the USB port on the computer.

  • Page 60

    11. Connect the power cord to the AC adapter, and then plug the AC adapter into the network interface's DC-IN connector. Finally, plug the power cord into a properly grounded wall outlet. 12. Configure the network interface using EpsonNet Config. See “Configuring the network interface”...

  • Page 61

    Transmission Rate Explanations Select a wireless LAN mode: Infrastructure or Ad Hoc. For 802.11g only: Select the operation mode from the list. Enter or select the SSID (or ESSID) of the access point or wireless LAN (up to 32 characters).

  • Page 62

    Password (again) Explanations Select the security level from the list. Note: If you are using EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server in the Ad Hoc mode, you cannot use WPA-Personal (TKIP) for the security level. Select an authentication algorithm: Open System, Shared Key, or Automatic.

  • Page 63

    5. For Mac OS X: Click Basic under TCP/IP. Select a method for specifying the IP address. If you select Automatic, DHCP becomes available and assigns an IP address automatically. If you want to set the IP address manually, select Manual and enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.

  • Page 64: Setting Up The Device

    Setting up the device The printer driver must be installed on the computer before you can set up the device. See the device’s manual for information on installing the printer driver. Mac OS X 1. Open the Applications folder. 2. Open the Utilities folder. 3.

  • Page 65

    For EPSON STYLUS PHOTO RX500/600 and EPSON STYLUS CX4600/6400/6600 Users For Windows Configuring the network interface Configure the network interface for use on the TCP/IP network, and install the drivers and the utility for the all-in-one on your computer. Make sure the all-in-one is set up and the software for the all-in-one is installed on your computer before taking the steps below.

  • Page 66

    2. From the Welcome screen, click Next. 3. Read the license agreement, and then click Agree.

  • Page 67

    4. Select Connect the Wireless Print Server. 5. Connect the network interface and the all-in-one with a USB cable. Finally, turn on the all-in-one. Note: Be sure to use the USB cable that comes with the network interface. If the all-in-one has a built-in USB cable, use it to connect to the network interface.

  • Page 68

    6. Connect the square connector on the USB cable to the USB upstream connector on the network interface, and then connect the other end to the USB port on the computer. 7. Connect the power cord to the AC adapter, and then plug the AC adapter into the network interface's DC-IN connector.

  • Page 69

    8. The “Found New Hardware Wizard” appears to prompt you to install the USB driver. Select the Install from a list or specific location radio button and then click Next. Note for Windows XP Service Pack 2 Users: If the following screen appears, select the No, not this time radio button, and then click Next.

  • Page 70

    9. Select the Search for the best driver in these locations radio button and select the Search removable media check box, and then click Next. 10. When the operation is completed, click Finish.

  • Page 71

    11. Click Next. 12. Select the device model name.

  • Page 72

    13. Click Install. Note for Windows XP Service Pack 2 users: If the following screen appears, click the Unblock button; otherwise the device is not listed on the screen of EpsonNet EasyInstall. 14. EpsonNet EasyInstall starts. Select the device and then click Next.

  • Page 73

    Note: If “Printer” appears for the model name, this indicates the all-in-one is not connected to the network interface. Connect the all-in-one and the network interface with a USB cable, and then turn on the all-in-one; otherwise, you cannot install the driver as described in the following steps.

  • Page 74

    15. Select Infrastructure or Ad Hoc, and then click Next. 16. Enter or select the SSID of the access point or wireless LAN (up to 32 characters), and then click Next.

  • Page 75

    17. Select the security mode, and then click Next. 18. Enter the WEP Key or the WPA-Personal password, if necessary. Click Next. For WEP security:...

  • Page 76

    For WPA security: 19. Select a method for specifying the IP address. If you select Automatic, DHCP becomes available and assigns an IP address automatically. If you want to set the IP address manually, select Manual and enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.

  • Page 77

    20. Check the settings you have made, and then click Next. 21. Select the device where you have just set the IP address, and then click Next to install the drivers and the utility.

  • Page 78

    22. Enter the printer name. If you want to set the printer as the default printer, select the Set as default printer check box. Click Next. Note for Windows XP Service Pack 2 users: If the following screen appears, click the Unblock button.

  • Page 79

    23. Select Yes to print a test page; otherwise, select No. Click Next. 24. Click Finish to complete the installation.

  • Page 80

    Scanning via a wireless network You can scan images via a wireless network. For details on the scanning function, see the documentation shipped with your device or the online help for EPSON Scan. Note: Windows Server 2003 does not support this function.

  • Page 81

    Click Start, point to All Programs (for Windows XP users) or Programs (for Windows Me/98/2000 users) and EPSON Scan, and then select EPSON Scan. The EPSON Scan screen appears. Note: If EPSON Scan does not start, see “Making settings for EPSON Scan”...

  • Page 82

    Click Help in any of the dialog boxes in EPSON Scan.

  • Page 83

    1. Click Start, point to All Programs (for Windows XP users) or Programs (for Windows Me/98/2000 users) and EPSON Scan, and then select EPSON Scan Settings. The EPSON Scan Settings dialog box appears. 2. Select the model name of your device from the Select Scanner...

  • Page 84

    3. Select the Network radio button. 4. Click the Test button. Make sure the device in the Scanner Status text box is available for use on the network.

  • Page 85

    Note: If the network connection fails, see EPSON Scan Troubleshooting Assistant. 5. Click OK. Using the network storage You can display or read data on the memory card via a wireless network. Note: You can use this function on Windows XP/2000 only.

  • Page 86

    You can only display or read data on the memory card. When you access the Network Storage and delete data on the memory card, the data disappears. However, the data is not actually deleted so the data appears again when you select Refresh from the View menu.

  • Page 87

    It is a good idea to write down the SSID and WEP Key or WPA Personal password before taking the steps below. 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. 2. Double-click the EPSON CD-ROM icon. 3. Double-click the appropriate OS icon in the EPSON folder.

  • Page 88

    4. From the Welcome screen, click Next. 5. Read the license agreement, and then click Agree.

  • Page 89

    6. Select Connect the Wireless Print Server. 7. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the USB driver. 8. Connect the network interface and the all-in-one with a USB cable. Finally, turn on the all-in-one. Note: Be sure to use the USB cable that comes with the network interface. If the all-in-one has a built-in USB cable, use it to connect to the network interface.

  • Page 90

    9. Connect the square connector on the USB cable to the USB upstream connector on the network interface, and then connect the other end to the USB port on the computer. 10. Connect the power cord to the AC adapter, and then plug the AC adapter into the network interface's DC-IN connector.

  • Page 91

    11. Click Next. 12. Select the device model name.

  • Page 92

    13. Click Install. 14. EpsonNet EasyInstall starts. Select the device and then click Next.

  • Page 93

    15. Select Infrastructure or Ad Hoc, and then click Next. 16. Enter or select the SSID of the access point or wireless LAN (up to 32 characters), and then click Next.

  • Page 94

    17. Select the security mode, and then click Next. 18. Enter the WEP Key or the WPA-Personal password, if necessary. Click Next. For WEP security:...

  • Page 95

    For WPA security: 19. Select a method for specifying the IP address. If you select Auto, DHCP becomes available and assigns an IP address automatically. If you want to set the IP address manually, select Manual and enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.

  • Page 96

    20. Check the settings you have made, and then click Next. 21. Click Finish to exit EpsonNet EasyInstall.

  • Page 97

    22. EPSON Scan Installer starts. Select Custom Install from the pull-down menu. 23. Select the model of the all-in-one from the list, and then click Install. 24. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer driver and utilities.

  • Page 98

    25. Restart your computer. 26. Pull out the USB cable from your computer and the network interface. 27. Setup the device. See “Setting up the device” for details. Setting up the device Mac OS X 1. Open the Applications folder. 2.

  • Page 99

    Now you can use the device on the wireless network. Scanning via a wireless network You can scan images via a wireless network. For details on the scanning function, see the documentation shipped with your device or the online help for EPSON Scan.

  • Page 100

    Making settings for EPSON Scan 1. Mac OS X Double-click the Macintosh HD icon. In the Applications folder, double-click the Utilities folder. Then double-click the EPSON Scan Settings icon. Mac OS 9 Click the Apple menu, point to Control Panels, and then select EPSON Scan Settings.

  • Page 101

    3. Select the Network radio button, and then click the Add button.

  • Page 102

    4. Select the IP address, and then click OK. 5. Click the Test button. Make sure the device in the Scanner Status text box is available for use on the network.

  • Page 103

    Note: If the network connection fails, see EPSON Scan Troubleshooting Assistant. 6. Click OK. Starting EPSON Scan Mac OS X Double-click the Macintosh HD icon. In the Applications folder, double-click the EPSON Scan icon. The EPSON Scan screen appears. Mac OS 9...

  • Page 104

    From the Apple menu, select EPSON Scan. The EPSON Scan screen appears. Note for Mac OS X and 9: If EPSON Scan does not start, see “Making settings for EPSON Scan” for details. You cannot start Smart Panel on the computer by pushing the button on the LCD panel of the all-in-one via a wireless network.

  • Page 105: Lpr Printing

    “Windows 2000” “Macintosh” “OS/2” Windows XP For Windows XP, the printer driver installation procedure differs depending on the printing method you prefer. Epson recommends printing with EpsonNet Print. See “For Windows XP/Server 2003/2000/NT 4.0 Users”. LPR printing Note: If you are using EpsonNet Print, the setup procedure is different. See...

  • Page 106

    1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Printers and Other Hardware, and then click Printers and Faxes. 2. Under Printer Tasks, click Add a printer to start the Add Printer wizard, and then click Next. 3. Click Local printer attached to this computer, clear the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer check box, and then click Next.

  • Page 107

    4. Select the Create a new port radio button, and then select Standard TCP/IP Port from the list. Then click Next. 5. Enter the IP address of the network interface and then click Next.

  • Page 108

    6. If an error occurs, the following dialog box appears. Select the Standard radio button and then select EPSON Network Printer. Click Next. 7. Click Finish. 8. See “Installing a printer driver” to install the printer driver. Internet printing 1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Printers and Other Hardware, and then click Printers and Faxes.

  • Page 109

    5. Enter the URL of the target device using the format below. The URL should be same as the URL you set on EpsonNet Config’s IPP configuration page. http://IP address of network interface:631/Printer name Example: http://192.168.100.201:631/EPSON_IPP_Printer Note: To check the IP address of the network interface, use EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 110

    “Installing a printer driver” if necessary. Installing a printer driver 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM shipped with the device. 2. Close the EPSON Software Installation screen if it appears. 3. Click the Have Disk button. The Install From Disk dialog box appears.

  • Page 111

    Note for Windows users Follow the steps below after installing the printer driver. You can use EPSON Status Monitor 3 via the wireless network. 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. If the Installer dialog box appears automatically, click the Exit button.

  • Page 112

    4. Double-click SETUP.EXE. Follow the on-screen instructions. Note for EPSON STYLUS PHOTO RX500/600 and EPSON STYLUS CX4600/6400/6600 users 5. In the ENGLISH folder, open the APPS folder, open the UPDATER folder, and then open the WINXP_2K folder. 6. Double-click UPDATE.EXE. Follow the on-screen instructions.

  • Page 113

    Using the NET USE command If you are running Windows XP/Server 2003/2000/NT and using NetBIOS to connect to the device, we recommend that you use the NET USE command, as follows: 1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then select Network Connections.

  • Page 114

    Windows Me/98 For Windows Me/98, the printer driver installation procedure differs depending on the printing method you prefer. Epson recommends printing with EpsonNet Print. See “For Windows Me/98/95 Users”. LPR printing Since Windows Me/98 does not support LPR, standard TCP/IP printing cannot be used.

  • Page 115

    3. Double-click wpnpins.exe. Then follow the on-screen instructions. 4. Click OK to restart your computer. Setting up the device Connect your computer to a device through IPP. 1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then select Printers. 2. Double-click Add Printer, and then click Next. 3.

  • Page 116

    6. See “Installing a printer driver” to install the printer driver. Installing a printer driver 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM shipped with the device. 2. Close the EPSON Software Installation screen if it appears. 3. Click the Have Disk button. The Install From Disk dialog box appears.

  • Page 117

    Note for Windows users Follow the steps below after installing the printer driver. You can use EPSON Status Monitor 3 via the wireless network. 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. If the Installer dialog box appears automatically, click the Exit button.

  • Page 118

    3. Click the Details tab and select the port you have set with the NET USE command. Windows Server 2003 For Windows Server 2003, the printer driver installation procedure differs depending on the printing method you prefer. Epson recommends printing with EpsonNet Print. See “For Windows XP/Server 2003/2000/NT 4.0 Users”.

  • Page 119

    LPR printing Note: If you are using EpsonNet Print, the setup procedure is different. See “About EpsonNet Print” for details. 1. Click Start, and then select Printers and Faxes. 2. Double-click the Add Printer icon to start the Add Printer wizard, and then click Next.

  • Page 120

    4. Select the Create a new port radio button, and then select Standard TCP/IP Port from the list. Click Next. 5. When Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard dialog box appears, click Next.

  • Page 121

    6. Enter the IP address of the network interface and then click Next. 7. If an error occurs, the following dialog box appears. Select the Standard radio button and then select EPSON Network Printer. Click Next.

  • Page 122

    8. Click Finish. 9. See “Installing a printer driver” to install the printer driver. Internet printing 1. Click Start, and then select Printers and Faxes. 2. Double-click the Add Printer icon to start the Add Printer wizard, and then click Next. 3.

  • Page 123

    Example: http://192.168.100.201:631/EPSON_IPP_Printer Note: To check the IP address of the network interface, use EpsonNet Config. See “About EpsonNet Config” for details. 6. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up the device. See “Installing a printer driver” if necessary. Microsoft Network Shared printing 1.

  • Page 124

    “Installing a printer driver” if necessary. Installing a printer driver 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM shipped with the device. 2. Close the EPSON Software Installation screen if it appears. 3. Click the Have Disk button. The Install From Disk dialog box appears.

  • Page 125

    3. Click the Ports tab and then select the port you have set using the NET USE command. Windows 2000 For Windows 2000, the printer driver installation procedure differs depending on the printing method you prefer. Epson recommends printing with EpsonNet Print. See “For Windows XP/Server 2003/2000/NT 4.0 Users”.

  • Page 126

    LPR printing Note: If you are using EpsonNet Print, the setup procedure is different. See “About EpsonNet Print” for details. 1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then select Printers. 2. Double-click Add Printer to start the Add Printer wizard, and then click Next.

  • Page 127

    4. Select the Create a new port radio button, and then select Standard TCP/IP Port from the list. Then click Next. 5. Enter the IP address of the network interface and then click Next.

  • Page 128

    6. If an error occurs, the following dialog box appears. Select the Standard radio button and then select EPSON Network Printer. Click Next. 7. Click Finish. 8. See “Installing a printer driver” to install the printer driver. Internet printing 1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then select Printers.

  • Page 129

    5. Enter the URL of the target device using the format below. The URL should be same as the URL you set on EpsonNet Config’s IPP configuration page. http://IP address of network interface:631/Printer name Example: http://192.168.100.201:631/EPSON_IPP_Printer Note: To check the IP address of the network interface, use EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 130

    Installing a printer driver 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM shipped with the device. 2. Close the EPSON Software Installation screen if it appears. 3. Click the Have Disk button. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. 4. Click Browse. 5. Select the CD-ROM drive for Drives, and double-click the WINXP_2K or WIN2000 folder.

  • Page 131

    3. In the ENGLISH folder, open the APPS folder, and then open the AddNet folder. 4. Double-click SETUP.EXE. Follow the on-screen instructions. Note for EPSON STYLUS PHOTO RX500/600 and EPSON STYLUS CX4600/6400/6600 users 5. In the ENGLISH folder, open the APPS folder, open the UPDATER folder, and then open the WINXP_2K folder.

  • Page 132

    2. Right-click the printer icon and then select Properties. 3. Click the Ports tab and then select the port you have set with the NET USE command. Macintosh Follow the steps below to set a device. Note: Make sure that the printer driver is installed on your Macintosh before following the steps below.

  • Page 133

    3. Open Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2 or below) or Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OX 10.3), and then click Add. 4. Select EPSON TCP/IP from the drop down list. 5. Select the printer model from the list.

  • Page 134

    4. Select the printer name from the list. 5. Make sure AppleTalk is active. 6. Close Chooser. OS/2 This section explains how to configure and use the network interface with an IBM OS/2 System, which includes OS/2 Warp 3 and 4 (OS/2 Warp Connect and OS/2 Warp Server). LPR printing 1.

  • Page 135

    3. Enter the IP address of the network interface in the Remote print server box and the name of the remote print server’s printer in the second text box. Enter a value of 1 or greater in the Maximum number of LPD ports box. 4.

  • Page 136

    5. Select lprportd from the Services to autostart list. Check the Autostart service check box, and select the Detached radio button. 6. Save the settings you made in the TCP/IP Configuration dialog box, and restart your computer. Setting up your device 1.

  • Page 137

    4. Select Properties from the control menu, then click the Output Port tab. 5. From the Output Port list box, select one from \PIPE\LPD0 to \PIPE\LPDn (where n is the maximum number of LPD ports). The \PIPE\LPD -Settings dialog box will appear.

  • Page 138

    6. Enter the IP address of the network interface in the LPD server box. Enter the printer name set in step 2 in the LPD printer box. 7. Close the Printer icon to exit printer configuration. NetBEUI printing 1. Be sure that IBM OS/2 NetBIOS is installed on your computer. 2.

  • Page 139

    Note: To change the NetBIOS name and device name, use EpsonNet Config running on Windows.

  • Page 141

    Network Software EpsonNet Config for Windows About EpsonNet Config EpsonNet Config is a Windows-based configuration software for administrators to configure the network interface for TCP/IP, NetWare, MS Network, AppleTalk, IPP, and SNMP. Note: Be sure to use EpsonNet Config included on the Software CD-ROM shipped with this product.

  • Page 142: System Requirements

    System Requirements The following table lists the system requirements of EpsonNet Config. Operating systems Hard disk drive space Installing EpsonNet Config Follow the steps below to install EpsonNet Config on your computer to configure the network interface. Note: If you add or delete protocols or services from your operating system after installing EpsonNet Config, EpsonNet Config may not work correctly.

  • Page 143

    4. Select Install Network Utility. 5. Click the Install button located next to EpsonNet Config. 6. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. Note for Windows XP Service Pack 2 users: If the following screen appears after you start EpsonNet Config, click the Unblock button;...

  • Page 144

    1. Click Start, point to All Programs (for Windows XP/Server 2003 users) or Programs (for Windows Me/98/95/2000/NT 4.0 users), and then select EpsonNet. Click EpsonNet Config to start it. 2. From the Help menu, select EpsonNet Config Help. The EpsonNet Config Reference Guide appears. By clicking the links on the left side of the screen, you can get information on using EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 145

    Hard disk drive space Installing EpsonNet Config Follow the steps below to install EpsonNet Config to configure the network interface. 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. 2. Double-click the EPSON CD-ROM icon. Mac OS 10.x/9.x/8.x PowerPC Macintosh 10 MB...

  • Page 146

    3. Double-click the appropriate OS icon in the EPSON folder. 4. In the Welcome screen, click the Next button. 5. Read the license agreement, and then click the Agree button. 6. Select Install Network Utility. 7. Click the Install button located next to EpsonNet Config to install EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 147

    1. Double-click the Macintosh HD icon. In the Applications folder, double-click the EpsonNet folder, and then double-click the EpsonNet Config folder. Finally, double-click the EpsonNet Config icon. 2. From the Help menu, select EpsonNet Config Help. The EpsonNet Config Reference Guide appears. By clicking the links on the left side of the screen, you can get information on using EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 149

    EpsonNet Config with Web Browser About EpsonNet Config EpsonNet Config with Web Browser is a Web-based utility designed to configure the network interface for use on a network. By typing the IP address of the network interface for the URL in your browser, you can start EpsonNet Config to allow you to configure the network interface for TCP/IP, NetWare, MS Network, AppleTalk, IPP, and SNMP.

  • Page 150

    3. Clear the Access the Internet using a proxy server check box. Configuring the Network Interface Using EpsonNet Config After you have assigned an IP address to the network interface using EpsonNet EasyInstall, EpsonNet Config for Windows or Macintosh, or the arp/ping command, you can configure the network interface using Web-based EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 151

    Open your browser, and then type in the IP address of the network interface directly. Do not run EpsonNet Config for Windows or Macintosh. http://IP address of network interface/ Example: http://192.168.100.201/ Note: To check the IP address of the network interface, use EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 152

    When Auto is selected, DHCP becomes available. To use the DHCP server, make sure it is installed on your computer and correctly configured. See your operating system’s online help for detailed instructions. If Set Using Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) is enabled, a private IP address is automatically assigned to the network interface even when there are no DHCP servers on your system or your network.

  • Page 153

    8. Select Enable for Acquire DNS Server Address Automatically if you want to acquire the DNS server address using the DHCP server. If you want to enter the DNS server address manually, select Disable and then enter the IP address of the DNS server. 9.

  • Page 154

    14. Click Submit and then enter the password to update the settings. See “Password” for more information on setting the password. Note: If you have set the Administrator Name in the Administrator screen, enter the administrator name for the user name. 15.

  • Page 155: Opening Screen

    Help About Config EPSON Logo Links to the opening screen. Links to a Web site previously defined by the administrator. Links to Help. Links to the copyright and version information for EpsonNet Config. Links to the Epson Web site (http://www.epson.com).

  • Page 156

    Menu Information General Wireless NetWare TCP/IP AppleTalk MS Network SNMP Time Network Scan Configuration - Network Wireless NetWare TCP/IP AppleTalk MS Network SNMP Time Network Scan Configuration - Optional Displays the network interface information. Displays information about Wireless Displays information about NetWare. Displays information about TCP/IP.

  • Page 157: General Information

    Administrator Reset Password Information General information Items Administrator Name Location Interface Card Model Name MAC Address Hardware Version Software Version Model Name Communication Mode SSID Channel Transmission Rate Type the name of the administrator and a link to a favorite Web site. Resets the device and returns to the default settings.

  • Page 158

    Access Point (MAC Address) Signal Condition Printer Status Current Time Refresh button Configuration - Network Screens Wireless Wireless Basic Settings Items Communication Mode Operation Mode SSID Channel Access point used for wireless LAN in the Infrastructure mode Condition of the radio wave, as follows: Three antennas: Excellent Two antennas: Good One antenna: Poor...

  • Page 159: Security Settings

    Select the transmission speed from the list. Explanations Select the security level from the list. Note: If you are using EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server in the Ad Hoc mode, you cannot use WPA-Personal (TKIP) for the security level. Select an authentication algorithm: Open System, Shared Key, or Auto.

  • Page 160

    WPA Settings Items Password Password (again) Detailed Settings Items RTS/CTS Handshake Control RTS/CTS Threshold Value Roaming Function AP Density Explanations Enter the password for WPA-Personal authentication (8 to 63 characters). Enter the password again. Explanations Select either Enable or Disable. Select Enable to avoid data collisions, known as “Hidden Station”...

  • Page 161

    Fragment Threshold Fragment Threshold Value NetWare NetWare Basic Configuration Items Use NetWare Frame Type Mode Print Server Mode/NDS/Bindery Items Print Server Name Polling Interval NetWare Password NDS Tree Name Select Enable and specify the packet size to use when you send large files. This improves the efficiency when there is high volume of traffic within the wireless network.

  • Page 162: Remote Printer Mode

    NDS Context Primary File Server Name Remote Printer Mode Items Primary Print Server Name Printer Port Number TCP/IP IP Address Settings Items Method for Acquiring the IP Address IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Enter the NDS context (up to 255 characters) if the mode is NDS Print Server.

  • Page 163

    Set Using Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) Set Using PING DNS Server Address Settings Items Acquire DNS Server Address Automatically DNS Server Address Host Name and Domain Name Settings Items Acquire Host Name and Domain Name Automatically Host Name Domain Name Select Enable to get a private address between 169.254.1.1 and 169.254.254.254 automatically when an IP address cannot be...

  • Page 164

    Register Network Interface Address to DNS Server Register Network Interface Address Directly to DNS Server Universal Plug and Play Settings Items Use Universal Plug and Play Device Name Rendezvous Settings Items Use Rendezvous Rendezvous Name Rendezvous Printer Name AppleTalk Items Select Enable if you want to send the host name and the domain name to the DHCP server that supports Dynamic DNS update to...

  • Page 165

    Number Set and enter an asterisk (*) in this text box. Displays the entity type of the device. Do not change the entity type unless “epson” appears. If “epson” appears, enter an entity type to match your device. Select Auto or Manual. Usually Auto is recommended.

  • Page 166

    You must make the following settings before setting up the device for Internet Printing on Windows XP/Me/Server 2003/2000 or using EpsonNet Internet Print on Windows 98/95/NT 4.0. See “About EpsonNet Internet Print” for more information. Items IPP URL Printer Name Location SNMP Community...

  • Page 167

    IP Trap Items Trap Address Community Port Number IPX Trap Items Trap Address Community Socket Number Time Items Explanations Enable or Disable the trap. Enter the IP address of the server to which the trap is sent. Enter the community name (up to 32 characters). Enter the Port Number of the receive host, in decimal(0-65535).

  • Page 168

    Time Manual Settings If the network interface has RTC (Real Time Clock), you can set the time manually. Items Date Time Time Difference Apply button Time Server Settings Items Time Server Time Server IP Address Synchronize Interval Time Difference Time Server Status Apply button Displays the current time.

  • Page 169: Optional Screens

    Network Scan Items Use Network Scan Optional Screens Administrator You can link to the Web site specified on this screen when you click Favorite (the name is changeable) in Index. Items Administrator Name Location Favorite Name Favorite URL Description Note: Links to ftp are not supported.

  • Page 170

    Reset You can reset the network interface or return the settings to the default values. Items Reset button Return to Default button Password The password set here protects the settings. You will be asked for the password when you update or change the settings on each setting screen.

  • Page 171

    About EpsonNet Print EpsonNet Print is a utility program that provides peer to peer printing to Epson printers on the TCP/IP network. By using EpsonNet Print, you can find a printer located in the same segment or beyond a router. You can select LPR standard printing, LPR enhanced printing, or High-speed printing.

  • Page 172

    Installing EpsonNet Print Follow the steps below to install EpsonNet Print. Be sure to install it on a computer connected to the network. Note: If EpsonNet Direct Print (the older version of EpsonNet Print) is already installed on your computer, you need to uninstall it before installing EpsonNet Print (the installation program will lead you through uninstalling EpsonNet Direct Print).

  • Page 173

    If you want to add a port for a printer with its IP address assigned automatically by the DHCP server or router, see “Adding a port for a printer assigned with a dynamic IP address”. If you want to add a port for a printer with its IP address assigned manually, see “Adding a port for a printer assigned with a static IP address”.

  • Page 174

    3. For Windows XP/Server 2003: Click Local printer attached to this computer, clear the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer check box, and then click Next. Select the Create a new port radio button, and then select EpsonNet Print Port from the list. Click Next. Note for Windows XP Service Pack 2 users: If the following screen appears, click the Unblock button, and then click the Search Again button to search the printers.

  • Page 175

    4. Select the target printer, and then click Next. Note: If the target printer is not in the list, click the Search Again button to search the printers using new parameters.

  • Page 176

    If you want to search printers in other segments, click the N/W Settings button. Select the Specific Network Segments check box, and then enter the network address and subnet mask of the network segment for the search. Then click the Add button.

  • Page 177

    Items Port Type The port Information Finish button Back button Cancel button You need to install the printer driver. See “Installing the Printer Driver”. Explanations The following items are listed in the pull-down menu, and you can select the port type you need.

  • Page 178

    Adding a port for a printer assigned with a static IP address 1. For Windows XP: Click Start and then Printers and Faxes. Under Printer Tasks, click Add a printer to start the Add Printer Wizard. For Windows Server 2003: Click Start and then Printers and Faxes.

  • Page 179

    4. Select Manual Setting from the list, and then click Next. 5. Enter the printer’s name and the port name is automatically entered to the Port Name edit box. Then click Next.

  • Page 180

    6. Confirm the information about the printer’s port you want to configure, and then click Finish. Items The port Information Finish button Back button Cancel button You need to install the printer driver. See “Installing the Printer Driver”. Installing the Printer Driver Install the printer driver that comes with your printer.

  • Page 181

    1. Insert the Software CD-ROM shipped with the printer. 2. Close the EPSON Installation Program screen if it appears. 3. Click the Have Disk button. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. 4. Click Browse. 5. Select the CD-ROM drive for Drives, and double-click the appropriate folder for your operating system.

  • Page 182

    If you want to add a port for the printer with its IP address assigned manually, see “Adding a port for a printer assigned with a static IP address”. Note: Be sure that the computer is connected to the network and TCP/IP is correctly set.

  • Page 183

    4. Select the target printer, and then click Next. Note: If the target printer is not in the list, click the Search Again button to search the printers using new parameters.

  • Page 184

    If you want to search printers in other segments, click the N/W Settings button. Select the Specific Network Segments check box, and then enter the network address and subnet mask of the network segment for the search. Then click the Add button.

  • Page 185

    Items Port Type The port Information Finish button Back button Cancel button The printer is now ready for peer-to-peer printing. To configure the printer port, go to “Configuring the Printer Port”. Explanations The following items are listed in the pull-down menu, and you can select the port type you need.

  • Page 186

    Adding a port for a printer assigned with a static IP address Install the printer driver before adding a port for the printer. See the manual shipped with your printer for instructions on how to install the printer driver. 1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then select Printers. 2.

  • Page 187

    5. Enter the printer’s name and the port name is automatically entered to the Port Name edit box. Then click Next. 6. Confirm the information about the printer’s port you want to configure, and then click Finish. Items Explanations...

  • Page 188

    The port Information Finish button Back button Cancel button The printer is now ready for peer-to-peer printing. To configure the printer port, go to “Configuring the Printer Port”. Configuring the Printer Port Follow the steps below to configure the printer port. The printing speed differs depending on your selection.

  • Page 189

    4. Make the appropriate settings for the desired port. LPR enhanced printing: Select the LPR Printing radio button, and specify the queue name (up to 32 characters). LPR enhanced printing sends a print job to the target network printer without spooling all of the print data.

  • Page 190

    High-Speed printing: Select the High-Speed Printing (RAW) radio button. The Epson high-speed printing port sends a print job to the target network printer without spooling all of the print data. High-Speed printing is faster than the other two printing methods.

  • Page 191

    This file contains the latest information on the EpsonNet Internet Print. Note: EPSON Status Monitor is a utility program that monitors your device and gives you information about its current status. Because this utility does not support IPP, devices connected to the Internet cannot be monitored with EPSON Status Monitor.

  • Page 192: Installing Epsonnet Internet Print

    An Intel x86 series or compatible processor Supported products Epson network interfaces that support IPP (EpsonNet Internet Print comes with Epson network interface products that support IPP) Installing EpsonNet Internet Print Follow the steps below to install EpsonNet Internet Print.

  • Page 193

    Setting Up Your Device Using EpsonNet Internet Print EpsonNet Internet Print supports printing across the Internet using Internet Printing Protocol. Follow the steps below to set up the device. Note: Before following the steps below, you must make the appropriate IPP settings in EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 194

    4. The following screen appears. The address you set here becomes the port for Internet printing. Make the settings described below. Enter Printer URI: Enter the target device’s URI up to 49 characters. The URI you set here must be same as the IPP URL you have set for the IPP setting screen in EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 195

    Port Number: Enter the port number of the proxy server (from 0 to 65535). Get Printer Attributes: When you select this box and click OK, EpsonNet Internet Print communicates with the device and acquires information, so it may take a few minutes before a message appears.

  • Page 196

    If the device power is off or there is a problem on the network, the Get status every 20 sec check box is automatically cleared. If this happens, make sure that the device power is on and the device is correctly connected on the network, and then select the Get status every 20 sec check box again.

  • Page 197

    9. Select the port added by EpsonNet Internet Print in the previous section. Click Next. 10. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer driver. 11. If a dialog box instructing you to install EPSON Status Monitor 2 or EPSON Status Monitor 3 appears, click Cancel and terminate the installation.

  • Page 198

    3. Click Start, point to Settings, and then select Printers. 4. Double-click the Add Printer icon and click Next. 5. Click the My Computer radio button and click Next. 6. Click the Add Port button, and select EPSON IPP Port from the list. Then click the New Port button.

  • Page 199

    7. The following screen appears. The address you set here becomes the port for Internet printing. Make the settings described below. Enter Printer URI: Enter the target device’s URI (up to 127 characters). The URI you set here must be the same as the IPP URL you set for the IPP configuration in EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 200

    Port Number: Enter the port number of the proxy server (from 0 to 65535). Get Printer Attributes: When you select this box and click OK, EpsonNet Internet Print communicates with the device and acquires information, so it may take a few minutes before a message appears.

  • Page 201: Status Alert Window

    9. Select the printer driver, and follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer driver. Note: When you are using EPSON Status Monitor 3 and printing from EpsonNet Internet Print, the message "A communication error has occurred." appears. To clear this message, right-click the printer icon, select Document Defaults, and select the Utility tab.

  • Page 203

    EpsonNet WebManager About EpsonNet WebManager EpsonNet WebManager is an application designed to manage network devices. It allows network administrators to easily control network devices. EpsonNet WebManager offers the following features: It supports Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX platforms to give network administrators flexibility in managing network devices.

  • Page 204

    System Requirements Note: Before using EpsonNet WebManager, the computer and other devices must be properly connected to the network. Since EpsonNet WebManager runs on a Web browser, you must install TCP/IP and a Web browser first. See the Readme.txt file for supported browsers.

  • Page 205

    Macintosh UNIX (see the Readme.txt file for supported UNIX systems) Monitor: 1024 x 768 or higher resolution VGA monitor with support for 65535 or more display colors EpsonNet WebManager Functions EpsonNet WebManager provides you with the following functions: Device list function Searches for devices on the network and displays a device list with current status.

  • Page 206

    Web browser on the same computer that functions as a server. All administration is possible from the network administrator’s Windows XP/Server 2003/2000/NT 4.0 computer. EpsonNet WebManager server Epson device with network interface Epson device with network interface Epson device with built-in network interface...

  • Page 207

    (1): EpsonNet WebManager server (2): Epson device with network interface (3): Epson device with network interface (4): Epson device with built-in network interface EpsonNet WebManager and a Web browser running on different PCs Install EpsonNet WebManager in the server, and install a Web browser in the client computers.

  • Page 208

    (4): UNIX (5): Epson device with network interface (6): Epson device with network interface (7): Epson device with built-in network interface Installing EpsonNet WebManager Follow the steps below to install EpsonNet WebManager. 1. Insert the Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 209

    Starting EpsonNet WebManager Be sure that TCP/IP is installed, and the IP address or host name is set for the computer. (Register the host name in the hosts file in the Windows directory.) From the server To start EpsonNet WebManager, click Start, point to All Programs (for Windows XP/Server 2003 users) or Programs (for Windows 2000/NT 4.0 users), and then select EpsonNet WebManager.

  • Page 210

    Note: If necessary, click the Change scope button, and then specify the IP addresses of the client computers for which the port is unblocked. 4. Click OK. From the client Run the Web browser and then type the IP address (or the host name) of the server and default port number.

  • Page 211

    Click Start, point to All Programs (for Windows XP/Server 2003 users) or Programs (for Windows 2000/NT 4.0 users), and then select EpsonNet WebManager. Click Online Guide.

  • Page 213

    Outputs the result of the printer driver installation using the script file. Edits more than one script file at a time. Registers unconnected printers in a script file. Installs utilities such as EPSON Status Monitor 3 and EPSON Scan that support automatic installation.

  • Page 214

    System Requirements The following table lists the system requirements of EpsonNet SetupManager. Operating system Protocol Display Note: If you are using Windows 95, you cannot create a script file. You can only run a script file. If you are using Windows 2000 Advanced Server or Windows Server 2003, you can create a script file, but you cannot run it.

  • Page 215: Print Service, Your Computer

    You cannot use EpsonNet SetupManager if more than one network adapter are installed on the computer and connected to different network segments. Print service Operating systems Windows Me Windows 98 Second Edition Windows 95 Windows XP/2000 Windows NT 4.0 Note: If you are using Windows Me/98/95 and EpsonNet Print is not installed, EpsonNet Print is automatically installed.

  • Page 216

    If the Installer dialog box does not appear automatically, double-click EPSETUP.EXE on the CD-ROM. 2. From the Welcome screen, click the Next button. 3. Read the license agreement, and then click the Agree button. 4. Select Install Network Utility. 5. Click the Install button located next to EpsonNet SetupManager.

  • Page 217: Supported Systems

    Tips for Administrator Settings for NetWare Users Introduction to NetWare Settings This chapter explains how to configure the network interface for NetWare. First, you need to set up the device in a NetWare environment, and then configure the network interface using EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 218: About Modes

    For Windows 2000/NT 4.0: Novell Client 4.8 or later for Windows 2000/NT 4.0 For Windows XP: Novell Client 4.9 or later for Windows XP About modes You can choose either the Print Server, Remote Printer, or Standby mode. We recommend that you use the Print Server mode unless the number of users exceeds the limit.

  • Page 219: Instructions For Using Netware

    Standby mode (factory default mode): The Standby mode is the default mode. This mode disables all NetWare related functions. Use the Standby mode when you are not using the network interface in a NetWare environment. Instructions for Using NetWare Printing a text file When you print a text file using the NPRINT command of NetWare or DOS, redirection, misconversion or a gap in characters may occur depending on the client environment.

  • Page 220

    You cannot use the bindery print server mode with EpsonNet Config if you are running Novell Client for Windows 95/98 version 3.00 or Novell Client for Windows NT version 4.50. To configure the network interface for bindery mode, use Novell IntranetWare Client or EpsonNet Config with Web Browser.

  • Page 221

    Using Bindery Print Server (NetWare 3.x/4.x) This section contains instructions on using the network interface in the Print Server mode on NetWare 3.x/4.x/IntranetWare with Bindery emulation. Note: The network interface in the Print Server mode of NetWare 3.x does not allow you to use the Print Server status display control with PCONSOLE.

  • Page 222

    3. Configure the network interface using EpsonNet Config. See the EpsonNet Config Reference Guide for details. If NetWare objects are already created, you can also use EpsonNet Config with Web Browser. See “NetWare” for details. Using Remote Printer Mode (NetWare 3.x) For NetWare 3.x users, follow the steps below to make the printer environment with PCONSOLE.

  • Page 223

    4. From the Print Queue list, select the print queue name that you just entered and press Enter. From the Print Queue Information list, select Queue Users and press Enter. Next, select EVERYONE from the list. If EVERYONE is not in the list, press Insert and select EVERYONE from the queue user list.

  • Page 224

    4. Select Printer Configuration from the Print Server Configuration Menu and press Enter. 5. From the Configured Printers list, select Not Installed (port number = 0) and press Enter.

  • Page 225

    6. From the Printer configuration screen, type the printer name. Highlight Type and press Enter. Select Remote Parallel, LPT1 for Remote Printer mode. Note: Be sure to select Remote Parallel, LPT1 for Remote Printer mode. 7. Press Esc; then press Enter to save your changes. 8.

  • Page 226

    12. Specify a priority level between 1 to 10. One is top priority. 13. Press Esc to exit PCONSOLE. Configuring for NetWare using EpsonNet Config 1. Turn on the device. 2. Load the print server from the file server’s system console which the print queue volume is set.

  • Page 227

    Note: If the client using for this setting has been logged in with NDS mode, press F4 key while PCONSOLE is starting to switch to the bindery mode. 2. Run PCONSOLE. From the Available Options screen, select Print Queues and press Enter. Press Insert and type the print queue name.

  • Page 228

    11. Click Configuration in the Printer dialog box, and select Parallel from the Printer type pull-down menu. 12. Click Communication. The Parallel Communication dialog box appears. 13. Select LPT1 for Port; check Polled for Interrupts; and check Manual load (Remote from Print Server) for Connection type, then click OK.

  • Page 229

    If NetWare objects are already created, you can also use EpsonNet Config with Web Browser. See “NetWare” for details. Using NDS Remote Printer Mode (NetWare 4.x/5.x/6.0) Follow the steps below to make the printer environment using NWAdmin under NetWare 4.x, IntranetWare, NetWare 5.x, or NetWare 6.0 with NDS mode.

  • Page 230

    Click the directory context icon, and select Create from the Object menu, then Print Server. Type the Print Server name and click Create. 5. Create a print queue: Click the directory context icon, and select Create from the Object menu, then Print Queue. Type the Print Queue name and select the Print Queue Volume, then click Create.

  • Page 231

    6. Double-click the Printer Object icon in the NetWare Administrator screen. 7. In the Printer dialog box appears, click Assignments and then click Add. 8. From the print queue list, select the queue you created in step 5 and click OK.

  • Page 232

    9. Click Configuration, and select Other/Unknown for the Printer type list box and click OK. 10. Double-click the Print Server Object icon in the NetWare Administrator screen.

  • Page 233

    11. In the Print Server dialog box that appears, click Assignments and then click Add. 12. From the printer object list, select the printer object you want to assign and click OK. 13. Go back to the screen in step 11, and click the Printer Number button to set the printer number from 0 to 254.

  • Page 234

    Configuring for NetWare using EpsonNet Config 1. Turn on the device. 2. Load the print server from the file server’s system console which the print queue volume is set. >LOAD PSERVER print server name you set using NWAdmin 3. Configure the network interface using EpsonNet Config. See the EpsonNet Config Reference Guide for details.

  • Page 235

    When you use the network interface with Bindery (either in the Print Server mode or the Remote Printer mode), you need PCONSOLE.EXE to create bindery objects such as Print Server and Print Queue objects. Since PCONSOLE.EXE does not come with NetWare 5.x/6.0, you need to get the file from Novell.

  • Page 236

    2. Install (bind) the following protocols on the server depending on the connection type you use. For Remote (rprinter on IPX) connection, install IPX For Remote (LPR on IP) connection, install TCP/IP For Forward jobs to a Queue connection, install IPX 3.

  • Page 237

    Note: Do not install the printer drivers via the NetWare server. Do not add printers and do not install printer drivers using Novell Print Manager (NWPMW32.EXE). Creating an NDPS Manager 1. Run NetWare Administrator (NWADMN32.EXE) on the client machine. The main browser window appears. 2.

  • Page 238: Creating A Printer Agent

    Creating a Printer Agent After creating an NDPS Manager, you can create Printer Agents, either public access printers or controlled access printers. The way to create a Printer Agent differs depending on the printer type you choose. The following are the features of public access printers and controlled access printers.

  • Page 239

    In NetWare Administrator, select the Directory context icon. Select Create from the Object menu, then select NDPS Printer. Enter the Printer Agent name, select Create a new Printer Agent, then click Create. Select the NDPS Manager you have created, and select Novell Printer Gateway for the Gateway Type.

  • Page 240

    In NetWare Administrator, double-click the NDPS Manager object and click the Printer Agent List button. Check that the status of the Printer Agent you have just created is “Idle”. Note: If you have selected Remote (rprinter on IPX), configure the network interface using EpsonNet Config, as described in the next section, and then print a status sheet.

  • Page 241

    Setting the printer on client workstations After configuring the network interface, set up the printer on client workstations. Installing printers automatically 1. Run the Novell Printer Manager from Windows. If you are running Windows, run: \PUBLIC\WIN32\NWPMW32.EXE 2. In the Novell Printer Manager dialog, select New from the Printer menu.

  • Page 242

    For Controlled Access Printers: The Printer Agent you have created in the NDS tree. See the Novell online documentation for details. Instructions for Using a Dial-Up Network This section explains about using a dial-up network. Note: The primary server described in this manual indicates a primary time server which offers time to the workstations on the network.

  • Page 243

    When there is a primary server at the dial-up destination For local networks with file servers: File server Printer Local network When the power is turned on A dial-up is generated because access is made to a local file server first and then to a primary server. There is no problem since this dial-up only occurs at startup.

  • Page 244

    When the primary server is down during operation A dial-up is generated because a connection to the primary server is attempted periodically. Since this is attributable to the automatic re-connection function, turn off the printer once. When the file server on the local network is down When there is no file server on the local network, NetWare cannot be used on the local network.

  • Page 245

    The following problems are common to both Print Server mode and Remote Printer mode. Primary file server (primary print server) Printer Local network When the power is turned on Since access is made only to the primary server, no dial-up is generated.

  • Page 247: Lpr Filters

    Settings for UNIX Users Introduction to UNIX Settings This chapter explains how to set up the device for different UNIX systems using the lpr command. Your device is able to function as a remote printer on systems using TCP/IP Ethernet transfer with lpr remote printing protocol, or standard ftp (file transfer protocol).

  • Page 248

    Many different remote printer names may be set up, all directed to the same Ethernet remote host, and each is given a different local printer name to be redirected. Different types of print jobs may be sent to different printer names, which will then all print out on the same printer, through the same Ethernet interface, but using different filters.

  • Page 249

    Setting up for SunSoft Solaris 2.4 or later In the following steps, substitute the name that your device will be known by for HOSTNAME, and the name by which you want your device to be known for Rprinter. 1. Add the IP address and printer host name to the \etc\hosts file.

  • Page 250

    Setting up for SunOS 4.1.4 or later In the following steps, substitute the name that the device will be known by for HOSTNAME, and the name by which you want the device to be known for Rprinter. 1. Add the IP address and printer host name to the \etc\hosts file.

  • Page 251

    Setting up for IBM AIX 3.2.5 or later and 4.1.3 or later In the following steps, substitute the name that the device will be known by for HOSTNAME, and the name by which you want the device to be known for Rprinter. 1.

  • Page 252

    Setting up for HP-UX 9.05 or later In the following steps, substitute the name that the device will be known by for HOSTNAME, and the name by which you want the device to be known for Rprinter. 1. Add the IP address and host name to the /etc/hosts file. For example: 22.33.44.55 HOSTNAME 2.

  • Page 253

    Setting up for SCO UNIX 4.2 or later (Open Server) In the following steps, substitute the name that the device will be known by for HOSTNAME, and the name by which you want the device to be known for Rprinter. 1.

  • Page 254

    7. Specify that the RLP extended function (valid when the print server is SCO-UNIX) will not be used. For example: If HOSTNAME currently runs SCO OpenServer Release 5 or above, it can support the extended remote line printer protocol. Do you want to turn on the "extended RLP protocol"...

  • Page 255

    Name: 331 Password Required for (No Name). Password: 230 User logged in. 200 Type set to I. ftp> put binary file 200 PORT command successful. 150 Opening data connection for binary_file 226 Transfer complete ftp> bye...

  • Page 257

    Tips Instructions on Using DHCP When you assign an IP address to the network interface using the DHCP function, you need to change the printer port setting every time you turn on the device. We recommend that you make one of the settings below on the DHCP server or the router and then assign a valid IP address to the network interface: Assign a valid IP address to the MAC address of the network...

  • Page 258: Checking The Lan

    Setting an IP Address Using the arp/ping Command If you are using UNIX or OS/2, you need to use the arp and ping command to set the IP address of the network interface. You can also use these commands with Windows, if you have correctly installed TCP/IP networking on these systems.

  • Page 259

    If there is a server or a router which acts as a gateway, enter the address of the server or the router. If there is no gateway, enter the IP address of your computer as a gateway address. 2. Assume that you want to reach to the computer having the IP address “192.168.100.101”.

  • Page 260

    Note: In the following procedure, we assume that the MAC address of your network interface is 00:00:48:93:00:00 (hexadecimal), and that the IP address which you will be assigning is 192.168.100.201 (decimal). Substitute your values for these addresses when you type in the commands.

  • Page 261

    If DHCP is used to assign an IP address of the network interface and the Dynamic DNS function is not supported, you need to change the printer port setting every time you turn on the device. Therefore, we recommend that you set a valid IP address for the network interface by using the one of the following methods.

  • Page 262: Uninstalling Software

    To use this function, the Universal Plug and Play must be installed on Windows Me or future operating systems. For information on how to install Universal Plug and Play, see the Windows Me online help. Note: Before using the Universal Plug and Play function, you must enable the Universal Plug and Play function in EpsonNet Config.

  • Page 263

    4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete uninstallation. Macintosh 1. Double-click the EpsonNet Config Installer icon. 2. Click the Continue button. 3. In the License dialog box, read the License Agreement, and then click the Accept button. 4. Select Uninstall from the pull-down menu. 5.

  • Page 265: General Problems

    Problem Solver General Problems Cannot configure the network interface or cannot print from the network. Cause The printer settings or network settings may be wrong. Cannot print even if you have assigned the IP address to the computer and the network interface. Cause You have assigned an IP address to the computer...

  • Page 266

    You have added or deleted protocols after installing EpsonNet Config. The message “EpsonNet Config cannot be used because no network is installed.” appears when you start EpsonNet Config. Cause Both TCP/IP and IPX/SPX are not installed on the computer. TCP/IP is installed on the computer, but its IP address is not set correctly.

  • Page 267

    You have not set the IP address for the network interface. Unable to set the IP address using the arp/ping commands. Cause The network interface is not connected to the network. The device is located beyond the router. The Model Name and IP Address do not appear in the EpsonNet Config dialog box.

  • Page 268

    Cause NetWare is set to Enable even though you are not using NetWare. The network interface cannot roam around the access point. Cause The AP Density is not properly set. The WEP Key entered is not displayed in the field. Cause The WEP Key disappears after the network interface is...

  • Page 269

    The wireless communication speed is very slow. Cause There are several possible causes. Check the items described on the right. Unable to start EPSON Scan. Cause Make sure the network interface is properly connected to the device using the USB cable.

  • Page 270: Problems Specific To Your Network Environment

    EPSON Scan, the Failed receiving data dialog box appears and EPSON scan quits scanning. To start the scanning operation using EPSON scan again, turn the all-in-one off and then back on, and then start EPSON scan.

  • Page 271

    A communication error message appears when you start printing or when you open the printer’s properties. Cause When you print with NetBEUI or IPP, EPSON Status Monitor cannot be used. Windows XP/2000/NT environment You cannot access the Network Storage from Windows XP/2000.

  • Page 272

    CREATOR OWNER is set to Print or No Access. On Windows XP, you cannot search the scanner that is specified in the EPSON Scan Setting dialog box. Cause Printing ends normally after you cancel this dialog box, but the message appears every time you print.

  • Page 273: Macintosh Environment, Netware Environment

    Rendezvous printer name. NetWare environment Nothing prints even though clients have sent data to the device. In the EPSON Scan Setting dialog box, click the Add button. In the Add dialog box, select the Enter address radio button and then enter the IP address.

  • Page 274

    Cause Clients may not be registered, or the network interface may not be logged in to the NetWare server. EpsonNet Config will not start correctly. Cause Microsoft NetWare Directory Service is installed on your computer. It takes a long time to start EpsonNet Config. Cause The Novell Client service is installed.

  • Page 275

    Default Settings button. Restrictions on EPSON Status Monitor 3 The operation of EPSON Status Monitor 3 is different, depending on whether the printer or all-in-one is connected to the network interface for use in the wireless LAN environment or to the computer directly, as described below.

  • Page 276

    Macintosh. Cartridge information When the printer or all-in-one is connected to the wireless LAN, all information is displayed as “Unknown” even if you click the Information button in the EPSON Status Monitor 3 dialog box. Connected to the computer directly...

  • Page 277

    Connected to the wireless LAN Available number of printed sheets When some of the ink becomes less than half, the available number of printed sheets appears if the printer or all-in-one is connected directly to the computer. However, this information does not appear if the printer or all-in-one is connected with the wireless LAN.

  • Page 278

    Connected to the wireless LAN Error for paper-out or paper jammed When the paper has run out or is jammed, the Continue button appears if the printer or all-in-one is connected directly to the computer. However, this information does not appear if the printer or all-in-one is connected to the wireless LAN.

  • Page 279

    Ink replacement utility If the printer or all-in-one is connected directly to the computer, the Ink Replacement Utility dialog box appears when the ink has run out. When you click the OK button, the print head moves to the ink cartridge replacement position. On the other hand, if the printer or all-in-one is connected to the wireless LAN, you need to press the button on the printer or all-in-one to move the print head.

  • Page 280

    Cancel printing when an error occurs When the printer error dialog box appears and then you click the Cancel button, printing is canceled if the printer or all-in-one is connected directly to the computer. However, printing is not canceled if the printer or all-in-one is connected to the wireless LAN.

  • Page 281

    Files\EPSON\EBAPI\EEBAgent.exe Note: Substitute the drive letter for your operating system. If you have upgraded EPSON Status Monitor 2 to EPSON Status Monitor 3, select the folder where EPSON Status Monitor 2 is installed. 5. Confirm that EEBAgent.exe is registered in the Programs...

  • Page 282

    6. Confirm that the check box for EEBAgent.exe is selected in the Programs and Services list, and then click OK. The Job Management function cannot be used (except in the wired LAN connection) In the Monitoring Preferences dialog box, the Job Management setting does not appear.

  • Page 283: Specifications

    Host Interface: Dimensions: IEEE 802.11b/g 11, 5.5, 2, and 1 Mbps (802.11b) 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, and 6 Mbps (802.11g) 64-bit or 128-bit WEP Data Encryption WPA-PSK(TKIP) 2.4 GHz 2.4000 - 2.4835 GHz (802.11b/g) Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum...

  • Page 284: Electrical Specifications, Regulatory Approvals

    Weight: Operation Range Indoor (802.11g): Indoor (802.11b): Outdoor (802.11g): Outdoor (802.11b): Electrical Specifications Rated Voltage: Rated Current: Current Consumption: 500 mA Regulatory Approvals Wireless Standard: EMC: Approx. 0.5 kg (approx. 1.1 lb) 20 m (approx. 22 yd) at 54 Mbps 60 m (approx.

  • Page 285

    Reliability MTBF: Environmental Operating Temperature: Storage Temperature: Operating Humidity: Storage Humidity: Operating Vibration: Storage Vibration: Operating Shock: Storage Shock: Network Software NetWare 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, or 6 EtherTalk (AppleTalk) TCP/IP NetBEUI 10,000 hours (power on, 100% duty) 0 to 50° C (32 to 122° F) -30 to 60°...

  • Page 286

    Regulatory Approvals for AC Adapter (A261H) Input: Output: Power Consumption: Safety Standards: EMC: FCC Compliance Statement for United States Users This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 287

    Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. WARNING The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification of this device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits established by the FCC for this equipment.

  • Page 288: Declaration Of Conformity

    DECLARATION of CONFORMITY According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 for Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers: EPSON AMERICA, INC. Located at: MS 6-43 3840 Kilroy Airport Way...

  • Page 289

    (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Trade Name: EPSON Type of Product: EpsonNet 802.11g Wireless Ext. Print Server Model: EU-82...

  • Page 291

    Supported operating systems Printing environments Scanning environments Network Storage environments Supported Epson Devices Features of the Network Interface Network Interface Operation The IEEE 802.11g Communication Standard Wireless Environment Operating modes Security Radio signal range About the Software Terms and Concepts...

  • Page 292

    Using the network storage For Macintosh Connecting the network interface Configuring the network interface Setting up the device For EPSON STYLUS PHOTO RX500/600 and EPSON STYLUS CX4600/6400/6600 Users For Windows Configuring the network interface Scanning via a wireless network Using the network storage...

  • Page 293

    Windows Me/98 LPR printing Internet printing (Windows 98) Internet printing (Windows Me) Microsoft Network Shared printing Using the NET USE command Windows Server 2003 LPR printing Internet printing Microsoft Network Shared printing Using the NET USE command Windows 2000 LPR printing Internet printing Microsoft Network Shared printing Using the NET USE command...

  • Page 294

    EpsonNet Config with Web Browser About EpsonNet Config Supported Web browser About Web browser setting Configuring the Network Interface Using EpsonNet Config Opening Screen Index Menu Information General information Configuration - Network Screens Wireless NetWare TCP/IP AppleTalk MS Network SNMP Time Network Scan Optional Screens...

  • Page 295

    EpsonNet Internet Print About EpsonNet Internet Print System Requirements Installing EpsonNet Internet Print Setting Up Your Device Using EpsonNet Internet Print Windows 98/95 Windows NT 4.0 Status Alert Window EpsonNet WebManager About EpsonNet WebManager System Requirements EpsonNet WebManager Functions EpsonNet WebManager Operating Structure Installing EpsonNet WebManager Starting EpsonNet WebManager Opening the Online Guide...

  • Page 296

    Using Bindery Remote Printer Mode (NetWare 4.x) Using NDS Remote Printer Mode (NetWare 4.x/5.x/6.0) Using the NDPS Gateway Outline of settings Making printer environment Creating an NDPS Manager Creating a Printer Agent Configuring for NetWare using EpsonNet Config Setting the printer on client workstations Instructions for Using a Dial-Up Network Using a dial-up network in each mode When there is a primary server at the dial-up destination...

  • Page 297

    Problems Specific to Your Network Environment Windows Me/98 environment Windows XP/2000/NT environment Macintosh environment NetWare environment Initializing the Network Interface Restrictions on EPSON Status Monitor 3 For the ink jet printer or all-in-one For the laser printer Specifications Wireless Network Interfaces Specification Electrical Specifications...

  • Page 299

    Dial-up network, 242 Dial-up router, 260 Dynamic DNS, 153 EpsonNet Config (Macintosh), 145 Config (Web Browser), 149 Config (Windows), 141 Internet Print, 191 Print, 171 SetupManager, 213 WebManager, 203 ftp, 254 IEEE 802.11g standard, 14 Infrastructure mode, 16, 49, 61, 157, 158...

  • Page 300

    Initializing the network interface, 275 Installation EpsonNet Config (Macintosh), 145 EpsonNet Config (Windows), 142 EpsonNet Internet Print, 192 EpsonNet Print, 172 EpsonNet SetupManager, 215 EpsonNet WebManager, 208 Internet printing, 193, 198 Internet Printing Protocol, 191 IntranetWare, 221 IP address, 150, 258, 270 LPR filters, 247 MAC address, 157 Microsoft network, 165...

  • Page 301

    Print Server mode, 161, 218, 221, 242 Protocols, 6 Public Access Printers, 238, 241 Remote Printer mode, 162, 218, 222, 226, 229, 242 Reset, 157, 170 Return to default button, 170 Rotary stand, 14 Router, 152 SAP Name, 239 Security lock, 14 Setting the IP address, 150, 258 Signal range, 17 SSID, 17, 49, 61...

  • Page 302

    WEP Key, 17 Wi-Fi certification, 15 WPA-PSK(TKIP), 17...

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: