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ColorPASS-Z5000
CONFIGURATION GUIDE
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I N C L U D E S F I E R Y
S O F T W A R E

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    ColorPASS-Z5000 CONFIGURATION GUIDE ® I N C L U D E S F I E R Y S O F T W A R E...

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    Electronics For Imaging, Inc. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. ColorPASS is a trademark of Canon Inc. Adobe, the Adobe logo, Adobe Illustrator, PostScript, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Separator, and Adobe PageMaker are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated, registered in certain jurisdictions.

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    FCC Information WARNING: FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Class A Compliance This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

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    Limited Warranty And Disclaimer Electronics For Imaging warrants that, for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of delivery to you, the Software under normal use will perform without significant errors that make it unusable. Electronics For Imaging’s entire liability and your exclusive remedy under this warranty (which is subject to you returning ColorPASS to Electronics For Imaging or an authorized dealer) will be, at Electronics For Imaging’s option, to use reasonable commercial efforts to attempt to correct or work around errors, to replace the Software with functionally equivalent software, or to refund the purchase price and terminate this Agreement.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 2: Preparing for ColorPASS Setup Levels of access and control ColorPASS print connections Passwords Fiery WebTools Control level scenarios ColorPASS system software About Setup Local Setup from the ColorPASS Network server setup requirements Ensuring the copier connection 1-10 1-10 1-11...

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    viii Contents Chapter 3: Performing Setup from the Control Panel About ColorPASS Setup Making changes to Setup Network server setup requirements ColorPASS Setup from the Control Panel Accessing Setup options About the Control Panel Setup interface Types of Setup screens Server Setup options Network Setup options Port Setup options...

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    ix Contents Network Setup Adapters/Ports Protocols Services Printer Setup options Printer Connections PS (PostScript) Setup Color Setup Setting up printing groups Exiting Setup Printing the Configuration page Chapter 5: Setting up Network Servers Support for Fiery utilities ColorPASS on a NetWare 5.x network with NDPS Tips for experts—NetWare 5.x networks Configuring a NetWare 5.x server for printing ColorPASS on a NetWare 3.x or 4.x network...

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    x Contents Chapter 6: Administering the ColorPASS Administrator functions Maintaining optimal ColorPASS performance Troubleshooting the ColorPASS Troubleshooting during Setup from the Control Panel Runtime error messages Appendix A: Token Ring Network Option ColorPASS Token Ring option Connecting Token Ring hardware IPX/SPX installations TCP/IP installations Setting up Token Ring on the ColorPASS...

  • Page 11: About This Manual

    Getting Started, individual users can print to the ColorPASS-Z5000 Color Server as a high-performance color PostScript printer. The term “ColorPASS” is used in this manual to refer to the ColorPASS-Z5000 Color Server. The ColorPASS supports the CLC5000 color copier.

  • Page 12: Organization

    xii Introduction Organization This manual is organized as follows: • Chapter 1 illustrates the supported network configurations and shows the network connectors on the ColorPASS. • Chapter 2 describes how to prepare for ColorPASS Setup, including planning system security through access levels. •...

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    ColorPASS. It addresses concepts and issues associated with printing to the ColorPASS and outlines key workflow scenarios. This manual explains how to calibrate your copier and take advantage of the ColorWise system as well as features in ColorWise Pro Tools offers information on printing from popular Windows and Mac OS applications.

  • Page 15: Chapter 1: Connecting To The Network

    1-1 ColorPASS on the network This chapter summarizes the stages in setting up the ColorPASS, and includes Chapter 1: diagrams that refer you to other chapters or other manuals for completing your Connecting to installation. Check those references to find the information you need quickly. the Network ColorPASS on the network When the ColorPASS is connected to a network, it behaves as a networked PostScript...

  • Page 16: Stages Of Installation On The Network

    Physically connecting the ColorPASS to a functioning network Prepare a network node for the ColorPASS—obtain cable and route it to the location where the ColorPASS will be installed (near the copier) and attach the cable to the network interface of the ColorPASS. See page 2-9 for details.

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    LIENT SETUP UNIX Mac OS Prepare a network node. Connect the ColorPASS to the copier and to the network. If you use a computer running the Command WorkStation software, connect it to the network. Network server Configure UNIX, Windows NT 4.0 and IPX (Novell) servers to specify ColorPASS print queues and ColorPASS users.

  • Page 18: Quick Path To Installation

    1-4 Connecting to the Network Quick path to installation The diagrams on the following pages show typical systems that can be used for printing and running Fiery software from remote workstations. Find the page with your preferred platform and network type, and then look up the setup procedures referenced in the “Key to setup”...

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    1 Mac OS computer Getting Started 2 ColorPASS Setup Chapter 3 Mac OS computer Mac OS computers can print directly and use Fiery utilities. AppleTalk protocol ColorPASS connected to copier Mac OS computer Mac OS computer Another supported protocol AppleTalk...

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    NetWare client Windows computer: NetWare client IPX protocol SPX protocol (TCP/IP or AppleTalk possible) ColorPASS connected to copier NetWare server TCP/IP (http) for Fiery WebTools Windows computer: NetWare client Printing on this network running SPX All Windows computers can print through 3, 4 the NetWare server.

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    Windows computer Windows computer NETBEUI or other protocol available on the clients and the server TCP/IP ColorPASS connected to copier TCP/IP (lpd) for printing TCP/IP (http) for Fiery WebTools TCP/IP for Fiery utilities Printing on this network Windows NT 4.0 computer...

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    Windows computers using Windows printing Key to setup: 1 Windows computer Getting Started 2 ColorPASS Setup Chapter 3 Windows computer TCP/IP (nbt) protocol ColorPASS connected to copier Windows computer Windows computer For Windows printing Windows computers Windows (SMB) printing enabled Another supported protocol...

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    5 Windows NT 4.0 client page 5-14 6 Windows 2000 client Getting Started TCP/IP client PC TCP/IP (lpd) protocol ColorPASS connected to copier UNIX server or workstation 1, 3 TCP/IP (lpd and http) Windows NT 4.0 computer with TCP/IP loaded...

  • Page 24: Connecting Network Cable To The Colorpass

    Shut down the ColorPASS before attaching it to any network device. If the ColorPASS has just finished processing, wait 5 seconds after the system reaches the Idle state before using the power switch to turn off the ColorPASS. Back view of the ColorPASS 10/100BaseT Ethernet (RJ-45) Copier interface connector...

  • Page 25: Ethernet Connection

    1-11 Connecting network cable to the ColorPASS Ethernet connection For connecting to Ethernet, the ColorPASS supports Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling, defined as Category 5 for use with 100BaseT; or as Category 3, Category 4, or Category 5 for use with 10BaseT. The cable uses an 8-pin RJ-45 connector that plugs into the RJ-45 socket on the ColorPASS.

  • Page 27: Chapter 2: Preparing For Colorpass Setup

    2-1 Levels of access and control To prepare for printing at your site, you need to do some initial ColorPASS Chapter 2: configuration, or Setup, to specify the network environment and the kind of printing Preparing for you will do. Before you perform Setup, you must decide the levels of access you will ColorPASS Setup implement for your site.

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    2-2 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup In addition, you can enable the Printed queue, which is a storage area for the most recent jobs from the Print queue. The Printed queue makes it convenient to reprint those jobs. In Setup, you enable the Printed queue and specify the maximum number of jobs retained in it (see page 3-8).

  • Page 29: Passwords

    2-3 Levels of access and control Passwords You can implement password requirements as a means of controlling access to ColorPASS functions. The ColorPASS allows for the following passwords to be set in Setup: • Administrator—from the Control Panel or the Command WorkStation •...

  • Page 30: Fiery Webtools

    2-4 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup Fiery WebTools The ColorPASS can support Internet or intranet access with Fiery WebTools from Windows computers. To enable use of Fiery WebTools, you must do the following in Setup: • Enable TCP/IP. • Set an IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address for the ColorPASS. •...

  • Page 31: Control Level Scenarios

    2-5 Levels of access and control WebLink WebLink provides all users with a link to a pre-set Fiery WebLink destination. To change the WebLink destination, see page 5-17. This function requires the Administrator password, if one has been set. See “Passwords” on page 2-3. If no Administrator password has been set, any user can change the WebLink destination, which affects all users.

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    2-6 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup 3. A designated administrator and a superuser operator Only an administrator can perform Setup, calibration, and other administrator functions, and only an operator or administrator can control jobs from the job management tools. Users can print to all ColorPASS print connections. 4.

  • Page 33: Colorpass System Software

    2-7 ColorPASS system software ColorPASS system software The ColorPASS uses Windows NT Workstation system architecture to receive and process jobs and send job data to the copier. To log in to the ColorPASS, enter as the user name, and enter the password. Administrator Configuring and monitoring the Windows NT functions from the ColorPASS...

  • Page 34: Local Setup From The Colorpass

    To configure network settings in Setup, you need a live network connection so the ColorPASS can query the network for zones, servers, and server-based queues. Whenever the configuration of the ColorPASS, the copier, or the network itself changes at your site, you can alter individual settings to correspond to the changed environment.

  • Page 35: Ensuring The Copier Connection

    1. Print a copier test page to make sure the copier is functioning normally. 2. Turn off the copier and connect the interface cable from the copier to the ColorPASS. 3. To confirm this connection, turn on the copier and the ColorPASS and print a Test Page from the ColorPASS Control Panel.

  • Page 37: Chapter 3: Performing Setup From The Control Panel

    3-1 About ColorPASS Setup Setup is required the first time the ColorPASS is turned on after new system software is Chapter 3: loaded. In this initial Setup, you (or the service technician who loads the software) Performing choose the language to use for ColorPASS Control Panel menus and messages. Setup from the Control Panel About ColorPASS Setup...

  • Page 38: Colorpass Setup From The Control Panel

    ColorPASS to the domain from a Windows NT 4.0 server on the network using the Server Manager utility. Whenever the configuration of the ColorPASS, the copier, or the network itself changes at your site, you can alter individual settings to correspond to the changed environment.

  • Page 39: Accessing Setup Options

    3-3 ColorPASS Setup from the Control Panel Accessing Setup options The Control Panel on the front of the ColorPASS enables you to set options and view information about jobs printed to the ColorPASS. It comprises the following parts: • Activity light—indicates normal or problem activity •...

  • Page 40: About The Control Panel Setup Interface

    3-4 Performing Setup from the Control Panel O ACCESS ETUP WHEN THE 1. Make sure the information screen on the Control Panel reads Idle. If Printing or RIPping appears, the ColorPASS is processing, and you must wait until the system finishes and reaches the Idle state. 2.

  • Page 41: Types Of Setup Screens

    3-5 ColorPASS Setup from the Control Panel O PRINT THE ONTROL ANEL 1. At the Control Panel, press the Menu button to access the Functions menu. 2. Press the button for Print Pages. The Control Panel displays the first four types of pages you can print. To see the remaining types of pages, press the down button.

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    3-6 Performing Setup from the Control Panel The following section provides three specific examples of these types of options. Example: Multiple choice Press up or down to display the other option or options. Example: Information entry with fields Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0 >...

  • Page 43: Server Setup Options

    3-7 Server Setup options If you make a mistake during Setup, you can always use the Menu button to cancel without saving changes. Pressing the Menu button cancels what you are doing in the current screen to bring you to the next higher-level menu. You may need to press Menu more than once to return to the top level for the particular Setup in which you are working.

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    3-8 Performing Setup from the Control Panel System Date Enter the correct system date in the standard form for your usage. The date is used on the Job Log. System Time Enter the correct system time. Enter the time based on the 24-hour clock in the form (Hours:Minutes).

  • Page 45: Network Setup Options

    3-9 Network Setup options Jobs Saved in Printed Queue 1-99 [10] This option appears only if Enable Printed Queue is set to Yes. Specify the number of jobs to be stored in the Printed queue. Jobs in the Printed queue take up space on the ColorPASS hard disk.

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    3-10 Performing Setup from the Control Panel The available network types, and the Setup areas that pertain to them, are summarized in the following table. For this Network or Use this Port Setup: Connection Type: AppleTalk over Ethernet Ethernet Setup TCP/IP over Ethernet Ethernet Setup IPX/SPX over Ethernet...

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    3-11 Network Setup options O ACCESS ETWORK ETUP OPTIONS 1. Confirm that the network cable is connected to the ColorPASS. During Network Setup, the ColorPASS queries the network for zones, servers, and server-based queues. If you perform Network Setup without a connected and functioning network, default settings are used that may not meet your needs.

  • Page 48: Port Setup Options

    3-12 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Port Setup options You can enable Ethernet and Token Ring simultaneously. To configure the Exit Port Setup Ethernet Setup ColorPASS, choose each port type you use and enter the settings for that port. Since Token Ring Setup network setups are nested, the names of higher-level menus are shown in this Port Setup...

  • Page 49: Protocol Setup Options

    3-13 Network Setup options Enable Source Routing Yes/No [No] Select Yes if your network supports source routing. Source Routing Request All Routes Yes/No [Yes] This option appears only if you enabled Source Routing. Select Yes if you want the Request packet to travel to its destination by all routes. Source Routing Respond All Routes Yes/No [Yes]...

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    3-14 Performing Setup from the Control Panel The message “No AppleTalk zone found” may mean your network has no zones, or the network cable is not connected (see page 6-4). Choose OK to dismiss the message. TCP/IP Setup options To configure the ColorPASS for TCP/IP, choose TCP/IP Setup. Exit Protocol Setup AppleTalk Setup TCP/IP Setup...

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    3-15 Network Setup options TCP/IP Setup with Ethernet Network Setup Protocol Setup TCP/IP Setup Ethernet Setup Enable TCP/IP for Ethernet Yes/No [Yes] Select Yes if you have a TCP/IP network connected to the ColorPASS over Ethernet cabling. If you use Token Ring, enabling TCP/IP for Token Ring is required for enabling the Fiery WebTools.

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    3-16 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Select protocol DHCP/BOOTP/RARP [DHCP] This option appears only if you answered Yes to Enable Auto IP Configuration. Select the protocol over which the ColorPASS should search for its IP address. Both DHCP and BOOTP allow the ColorPASS to obtain the Ethernet IP address and Subnet Mask automatically.

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    3-17 Network Setup options Confirm the subnet mask setting with your network administrator before proceeding. In some cases the required setting may be different from those listed. Gateway Address [127.0.0.1] This option appears only if you answered No to Get Gateway Address Automatically, or if you selected RARP as the protocol.

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    3-18 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Enable Auto IP Configuration Yes/No [Yes] Select Yes to allow the ColorPASS to obtain its Token Ring IP address. Depending on your network and the protocol you select in the following option (DHCP, BOOTP, or RARP), the IP address can change.

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    3-19 Network Setup options IP Address [127.0.0.1] Enter the ColorPASS IP address for Token Ring. This IP address, unlike an IP address set automatically, remains the same if you reboot the ColorPASS. You must change the default to a valid address for your network. For information about setting up printing with TCP/IP, see Chapter 5.

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    3-20 Performing Setup from the Control Panel IPX/SPX Setup options To specify the frame types the ColorPASS uses for IPX/SPX protocols, choose Exit Protocol Setup AppleTalk Setup IPX/SPX Setup from the Protocol Setup menu. You must choose at least one frame TCP/IP Setup type to enable IPX/SPX protocols.

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    3-21 Network Setup options Select Frame Types Exit IPX/SPX Setup Select Frame Types Enable IPX Auto Frame Type Clear Frame Types Yes/No [Yes] IPX/SPX Setup Specify whether the ColorPASS should try to bind to all available frame types automatically. The ColorPASS does so whether or not all frame types are appropriate. To determine the frame types that were successfully bound, save your changes, exit Setup, allow the ColorPASS to reboot, and print a Configuration page.

  • Page 58: Service Setup Options

    3-22 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Service Setup options Network Service Setup has options for TCP/IP and IPX/SPX networks. Exit Service Setup LPD Setup • LPD Setup enables lpd printing on TCP/IP networks. PServer Setup Windows Setup Service Setup •...

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    3-23 Network Setup options PServer Setup options Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Enable PServer Yes/No [No] Select Yes if you have a Novell network connected to the ColorPASS. Choose NDS Setup if your network uses NetWare 4.x/5.x in native mode. Choose Exit PServer Setup NDS Setup Bindery Setup if your network uses NetWare 3.x or uses NetWare 4.x/5.x in...

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    3-24 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Select NDS Tree List of trees Use the up and down buttons to browse the list of NDS trees available to the ColorPASS. Choose OK when you have displayed the tree that contains the Printer, Print Server, and print queue objects you have previously defined for the ColorPASS.

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    3-25 Network Setup options With an object selected, choose OK to travel down the tree, or choose “..” to go up the tree. When you select an object and choose OK, that object is then displayed on the top line, and the second line lists objects directly below it. Continue to browse the NDS tree until the User Login object is displayed in the second line.

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    3-26 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Server should look for print queues in: Entire NDS Tree/Specified subtree [Entire NDS Tree] By default, the ColorPASS searches the entire NDS tree for ColorPASS print connections. This option lets you restrict the search for ColorPASS print jobs to a subtree (the Print Queue root) in which the ColorPASS print connections have been defined.

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    3-27 Network Setup options Bindery Setup options Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Bindery Setup Use Bindery Setup if you have already configured one or more bindery servers (file servers running NetWare 3.x or NetWare 4.x/5.x in bindery emulation) with a Print Server and a Print Queue for ColorPASS jobs.

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    3-28 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Bindery Setup Add File Server This option gives you two ways to add a Novell NetWare file server. Select File Server From List/Search by Name [From List] You may select the file server from a scrollable list, or by a name search.

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    3-29 Network Setup options File Server Login administrator/supervisor/Enter Login Name [supervisor] This option appears only if a password is required for login or if there is no guest account or the guest account is restricted. Choose Enter Login Name to enter your own login name and password or to log in as a guest.

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    3-30 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Bindery Setup View Server List Supported servers This option lets you view the list of file servers currently connected to the ColorPASS, that is, servers you have added in Bindery Setup. You are notified if there are none. When you choose OK, you return to the Bindery Setup menu.

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    3-31 Network Setup options Enter Your Print Server Password This option appears only if your NetWare print server is set up to require you to log in with a password. Enter your print server password. The Bindery Setup menu is displayed again. You can edit other connections, choose another Bindery Setup option, or choose Exit Bindery Setup.

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    3-32 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Polling Interval options Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Polling Interval Whether you are using NDS or Bindery services, choose Polling Interval from the main PServer Setup menu. If you do not reset the interval, the default value of 15 seconds is used.

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    3-33 Network Setup options Use Automatic Configuration Yes/No [Yes] This option appears if you chose DHCP or BOOTP as the protocol for automatically obtaining the IP address of the ColorPASS (see page 3-18). Choose Yes to have the ColorPASS use a WINS name server and automatically obtain its IP address.

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    3-34 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Set Domain Name Select from list/Enter manually [Select from list] This option provides two ways to specify the workgroup or domain where you want the ColorPASS to appear. If you selected Choose Domain List of domains Select the workgroup or domain from the list.

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    3-35 Network Setup options Port 9100 Setup Network Setup Service Setup Port 9100 Setup Enable Port 9100 Yes/No [Yes] This option allows application programs to open a TCP/IP socket to the ColorPASS at Port 9100 to download a print job. Port 9100 Queue Direct/Print Queue/Hold Queue [Direct] Specify the ColorPASS print connection for downloading jobs to Port 9100.

  • Page 72: Printer Setup Options

    3-36 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Printer Setup options Printer Setup configures the connections and printing behavior associated with a particular printing device. For more information on ColorPASS print connections, see page 2-1. 1. In the main Setup menu, choose Printer Setup. Exit Setup Server Setup 2.

  • Page 73: Postscript Setup Options

    3-37 PostScript Setup options PostScript Setup options PS (PostScript) Setup allows you to set defaults for the ColorPASS. Users can override most of these defaults on a job-by-job basis. However, users printing from UNIX or DOS command lines cannot override defaults from their applications. Therefore, you must set defaults in PostScript Setup.

  • Page 74: Color Setup Options

    3-38 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Print to PS Error Yes/No [No] Specify whether the ColorPASS should print the available portion of a print job when it encounters a PostScript error. Select Yes to print the portion of the job that was processed before the error occurred;...

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    3-39 Color Setup options Besides the defaults described in this section, Mac OS and Windows users have additional settings available from the printer drivers. O ACCESS OLOR ETUP OPTIONS 1. In the main Setup menu, choose Color Setup. PS Setup Color Setup 2.

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    CMYK Simulation Method Quick/Full [Full] Quick simulation assumes that the copier toners match the printer’s inks, and all changes affect only one color (C, M, Y, or K) at a time. Full simulation allows for more flexibility in matching toner to ink and all changes interact to maintain a better color balance.

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    3-41 Color Setup options Pure Black Text/Graphics On/Off [On] The Pure Black Text/Graphics option optimizes black text and line art. The option also minimizes toner use for documents consisting of both color and black-only pages. With this option On, black text and line art are printed with black toner only. With the option Off, black text and line art are printed using all four colors of toner.

  • Page 78: Administrative Functions In The Setup Menu

    3-42 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Administrative functions in the Setup menu The remaining choices in the Setup menu are intended to help you manage print jobs and color output but are not required for printing. • Job Log Setup of printed jobs automatically.

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    3-43 Administrative functions in the Setup menu Default values for the following options, where applicable, appear in square brackets. Auto Print Job Log Every 55 Jobs Yes/No [No] Use this option to specify whether the ColorPASS prints the Job Log after every 55 jobs.

  • Page 80: Change Password

    3-44 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Change Password Change Password enables you to set or change the Administrator password for the ColorPASS. Anyone with the Administrator password can modify the Setup options, and control the flow and order of print jobs with the job management tools. When the ColorPASS is installed, there is no password.

  • Page 81: Exit Setup

    3-45 Clearing the ColorPASS The only way to remove a password that you can’t remember is to reinstall system software. Verify New Password Enter the new password again exactly as before to verify that you have entered it correctly. If you make a mistake, you are prompted to enter the password again. The new password is effective after you save changes and reboot the ColorPASS.

  • Page 82: Restoring The Colorpass To Factory Defaults

    3-46 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Restoring the ColorPASS to factory defaults When ColorPASS system software is first installed, a backup copy is made automatically. This backup includes the ColorPASS system software. If the Advanced Controller Interface option was originally installed, the backup also includes the Windows NT operating system.

  • Page 83: Printing A Configuration Page From The Control Panel

    3-47 Printing a Configuration page from the Control Panel Printing a Configuration page from the Control Panel The Configuration page lists all the settings in effect from the current Setup. After you have finished running Setup, print a Configuration page to confirm your settings. The Configuration page can also be printed from the Command WorkStation.

  • Page 85: Chapter 4: Setting Up The Colorpass From A Windows Computer

    4-1 Accessing Setup After you have performed initial Setup (Server, Network and Printer Setup) from the Chapter 4: Control Panel, you can change most Setup options from a Windows computer. Setting up the ColorPASS from Accessing Setup a Windows In addition to using the Control Panel, you can set up the ColorPASS two ways: Computer locally and remotely.

  • Page 86: Local Fiery Setup

    4-2 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Local Fiery Setup You can access ColorPASS Server Setup in these ways: • Right-click the FieryBar on the Windows NT 4.0 desktop and choose Set Up Fiery. • Right-click the Fiery icon in the Windows NT 4.0 taskbar and choose Set Up Fiery. •...

  • Page 87: Remote Fiery Setup

    4-3 Accessing Setup After making your selections in a window, click the Apply button if it is present. When you have finished performing Setup, click OK to close the entire Setup window. Remote Fiery Setup You can access remote Setup from the Command WorkStation. O ACCESS ETUP FROM THE OMMAND...

  • Page 88: General Setup Options

    4-4 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer General Setup options You can specify ColorPASS system settings that affect all users, such as the name of the ColorPASS, the system date and time, passwords, and Job Log printing. —Specify a name for the ColorPASS. This is the name that appears in the Server Name Chooser on an AppleTalk network.

  • Page 89: Passwords

    —Enter names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of contact people at Support your organization who provide support for the ColorPASS and the copier. In remote Setup, use the Support tab. Passwords You can set, change, and remove passwords for the ColorPASS. These passwords, specific to the Server process, are used for different functions from the Windows NT...

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    4-6 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer By default, no passwords are set. If you do not specifically set passwords, all users will have access to important functions such as Setup (including setting passwords) and job control. It is strongly recommended that you set at least an Administrator password to protect the ColorPASS from unauthorized changes to Setup.

  • Page 91: Job Log Setup

    4-7 General Setup options If you forget the Administrator password, contact your authorized service representative to reinstall ColorPASS system software. This clears the Administrator password and allows you to set a new one. Job Log Setup Auto Print Job Log Every 55 Jobs after every 55 jobs.

  • Page 92: Network Setup

    4-8 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Network Setup Network Setup configures the ColorPASS to receive print jobs over the networks that are used at your site. If the ColorPASS is configured to enable more than one protocol, it automatically switches to the correct protocol when it receives a print job.

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    4-9 Network Setup Ethernet (Port Setup) —Select if the ColorPASS is to be connected to an Ethernet network. Enable Ethernet —Select Auto Detect if your network environment is mixed, or Transmission Speed select the speed (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps) of the network to which the ColorPASS is attached.

  • Page 94: Protocols

    4-10 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Protocols You can change AppleTalk, IPX/SPX, and TCP/IP protocol settings for the ColorPASS. From remote Setup, you change these settings on the Protocol1 and Protocol2 tabs. Local Setup works in conjunction with the Windows NT Network Control Panel.

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    4-11 Network Setup Unlike remote Setup, local Setup does not provide separate settings to enable a protocol and to configure it. For example, remote Setup has two settings for AppleTalk: one to enable AppleTalk, and the other to set the AppleTalk zone. In local Setup, there is only the setting for AppleTalk zone.

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    4-12 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer AppleTalk The current AppleTalk zone is displayed.

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    4-13 Network Setup IPX/SPX Use this option to specify IPX/SPX frame types. The ColorPASS supports these following Ethernet frame types for IPX/SPX: Ethernet 802.2, Ethernet 802.3, Ethernet II, and Ethernet SNAP. For Token Ring, the supported frame types are Token Ring and Token Ring SNAP. You can also allow the ColorPASS to select the frame type automatically.

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    4-14 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer TCP/IP Specify TCP/IP settings. The current settings for IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway address are displayed. For information about setting up printing with TCP/IP, see Chapter 5. The ColorPASS requires a unique, valid IP address. You can set a static address yourself, or specify that the ColorPASS use DHCP, BOOTP, or RARP to obtain IP addresses automatically.

  • Page 99: Services

    4-15 Network Setup Confirm the subnet mask setting with your network administrator before proceeding. In some cases the required setting may be different from those listed. If your TCP/IP network has a gateway, and users outside the gateway plan to print to the ColorPASS using TCP/IP, enter the gateway address.

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    4-16 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer You can configure the following network services: • LPD Printing (TCP/IP)—enable or disable LPD print services. • NetWare Printing (PServer)—specify NDS and Bindery services (page 4-17). • Windows Print Sharing (SMB)—enable or disable SMB print services. •...

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    4-17 Network Setup NetWare Printing (PServer) options The following procedures for setting up NetWare printing depict the windows from local Setup at the ColorPASS. If you use remote Setup, the procedures are similar. • NDS Setup • Bindery Setup • Poll Interval Setting up the ColorPASS for NDS printing Only one NDS tree can be connected.

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    4-18 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer 2. In the NDS Connection window that appears, double-click an NDS tree in the first column. 3. Navigate to the NDS container and click OK. If necessary, enter the password.

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    4-19 Network Setup 4. Select a Container from the center column. 5. Double-click a Print Server from the list on the right. The full path to the Print Server is displayed. Another way to change the path is to click Edit and type the path to the Print Server.

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    4-20 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer 6. Click OK. The Network Setup window appears, displaying the path to the selected Print Server.

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    4-21 Network Setup Bindery Setup Enable or disable Bindery services. The currently connected servers are displayed. A maximum of eight Bindery servers can be connected. To add, remove, or change Bindery connections, click Modify and specify settings in the Bindery Connections dialog box as described in the following section.

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    4-22 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer O ADD INDERY CONNECTIONS 1. Open the Bindery Connections dialog box by clicking Modify in the Bindery Setup dialog box. 2. Select a File Server from the list on the left. If necessary, enter the appropriate User Name and Password in the File Server User Name and Password dialog box to log in to the selected File Server.

  • Page 107

    4-23 Network Setup To add another server, repeat the previous steps. Up to eight servers can be connected. 4. When you have finished adding servers, click OK. When you return to the Network Setup dialog box, the connected servers are displayed in the Bindery Settings area.

  • Page 108

    4-24 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer O REMOVE INDERY CONNECTIONS 1. Click Modify in the Bindery Setup dialog box. The Bindery Connections dialog box opens. 2. Select the File Server from the list on the left and the Print Server from the list in the center.

  • Page 109

    4-25 Network Setup Poll Interval Specify the polling interval (in seconds) for NetWare printing.

  • Page 110

    4-26 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Windows Print Sharing (SMB) For setting up the Windows printing service, these characters are allowed in the text fields: uppercase letters, numerals, space, and the following characters: - _ . ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & ( ) { } \ ' , " Lowercase letters are not allowed, except in the Comment field.

  • Page 111

    4-27 Network Setup Enable Windows (SMB) Printing Service Block), the file and printer sharing protocol built into Windows. Enabling SMB allows the ColorPASS to be listed on the network so that Windows clients can print to a particular print connection (Hold, Print, or Direct) on the ColorPASS without any other networking software.

  • Page 112

    4-28 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer HTTP Connection Support (WWW) —Select to make the Fiery WebTools available to users (see Enable Web Services page 5-16). TCP/IP must already be enabled on the ColorPASS and on user workstations. The Fiery WebTools include Fiery WebSpooler, Status, WebLink, and Installer.

  • Page 113

    4-29 Network Setup Port 9100 printing These options are not available in remote Setup. —This option allows application programs to open a Enable Port 9100 Print Services TCP/IP socket to the ColorPASS at Port 9100 to download a print job. —You can attach Port 9100 to any of the published ColorPASS print Port 9100 Queue connections.

  • Page 114: Printer Setup Options

    • Printer Connections • PS (PostScript) Setup • Color Setup In the following illustrations, “Device name” represents the model of the copier connected to the ColorPASS, which is 5000. Printer Connections Specify whether to publish the Print Queue, Hold Queue, and the Direct Connection.

  • Page 115: Ps (postscript) Setup

    The options in the PS Setup menu in local Setup are located on the Paper Setup tab in remote Setup. In the following illustrations, “Device name” represents the model of the copier connected to the ColorPASS, which is 5000. —Specify whether to convert paper sizes in documents Convert Paper Sizes automatically to the default paper sizes specified.

  • Page 116: Color Setup

    • An administrator or operator can specify a different setting from the job management tools after the job has been sent to the ColorPASS. In the following illustrations, “Device name” represents the model of the copier connected to the ColorPASS, which is 5000.

  • Page 117

    4-33 Printer Setup options —Specify the RGB source space to be applied to RGB data. RGB Source Profile —Specify the Rendering Style to be applied to RGB data. Rendering Style CMYK Simulation Profile CMYK Simulation Method —This option defines how the ColorPASS processes RGB jobs. Select RGB Separation Output for RGB jobs that you print to the final output device.

  • Page 118: Setting Up Printing Groups

    4-34 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer —When this option is on, black text overprints on colored Black Overprint backgrounds. With this option is off, black text knocks out color backgrounds. In general, this option should be on. —When this option is on, the ColorPASS uses an internal lookup Spot Color Matching table to print the best equivalents of PANTONE colors.

  • Page 119: Exiting Setup

    4-35 Exiting Setup O CHANGE PRINTING GROUPS AND PASSWORDS 1. Select Printing Groups from the Command WorkStation Server menu. 2. Select the printing group name in the Printing Groups Setup window and click Modify. 3. Make the necessary changes. 4. Click OK. O REMOVE PRINTING GROUPS AND PASSWORDS 1.

  • Page 120: Printing The Configuration Page

    4-36 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Printing the Configuration page The Configuration page lists the settings in effect for the current Setup. After you have performed Setup, print a Configuration page to confirm your settings. The other pages you can print from the Command WorkStation include the test page, Job Log, color charts, and font list.

  • Page 121: Chapter 5: Setting Up Network Servers

    5-1 Support for Fiery utilities This chapter describes environments that typically include one or more network Chapter 5: servers—Novell NetWare servers and Windows NT 4.0 servers—that share printing to Setting up the ColorPASS. It describes setting up servers that use IPX/SPX or TCP/IP protocols Network Servers for communicating with the ColorPASS.

  • Page 122: Colorpass On A Netware 5.x Network With Ndps

    5-2 Setting up Network Servers ColorPASS on a NetWare 5.x network with NDPS The ColorPASS supports printing over a NetWare 5.x network running either the TCP/IP protocols or the IPX protocol. For pure IP printing, the ColorPASS takes advantage of features in NDPS (Novell Distributed Print Services). For IPX printing, the ColorPASS supports the PServer service in Bindery emulation or through NDS (Novell Directory Services).

  • Page 123: Configuring A Netware 5.x Server For Printing

    5-3 ColorPASS on a NetWare 5.x network with NDPS Configuring a NetWare 5.x server for printing Before you begin The following procedure assumes NDPS has been installed during NetWare 5 installation and that a Broker is running on the server. Unless you have manually unloaded the Broker, it loads and runs when you install NDPS.

  • Page 124

    5-4 Setting up Network Servers Setting up the ColorPASS on a NetWare 5.x network Depending on the security needs at your organization, you can set up the ColorPASS as a Public Access printer or a Controlled Access printer. The following procedure describes setting up a Public Access printer.

  • Page 125: Colorpass On A Netware 3.x Or 4.x Network

    5-5 ColorPASS on a NetWare 3.x or 4.x network 9. For Printer Name, enter the name of the ColorPASS print connection you want users to print to, and click Finish. This name must be either 10. In the Select Printer Drivers dialog box, select the printer driver for Windows 95/98/Me and the driver for Windows NT 4.0/2000.

  • Page 126: Tips For Experts-ipx Networks

    5-6 Setting up Network Servers Tips for experts—IPX networks Setting up the ColorPASS is similar to setting up any other PostScript printer on the network. The following information is useful for experienced network administrators. The ColorPASS with IPX connections has these characteristics: •...

  • Page 127: Configuring A Netware 3.x Or 4.x Server For Printing

    5-7 ColorPASS on a NetWare 3.x or 4.x network There is no need to rerun Setup when adding or removing a NetWare queue; however you should reboot the ColorPASS after a queue is created or removed. When the ColorPASS is configured to connect to a NetWare server, it polls the NetWare server for jobs in each of its queues.

  • Page 128

    5-8 Setting up Network Servers Configuring an NDS connection Abbreviations: FS = file server PS = print server PQ = print queue (on the NetWare server) On NDS FS: In NETADMIN: Create NDS PQs Create NDS printer and assign PQs Create PS and assign the printer Configure users of...

  • Page 129

    5-9 ColorPASS on a NetWare 3.x or 4.x network Setting up an NDS connection In NDS, all NetWare entities (objects) are organized in a hierarchical tree structure. Objects have a name, properties, and a context which defines the location of the object in the directory tree.

  • Page 130

    5-10 Setting up Network Servers Setting up a NetWare print queue for bindery For NetWare 3.x and for 4.x in emulation, the NetWare print server and print queue for ColorPASS are created and configured from NetWare Print Console (PCONSOLE), a NetWare utility that is stored in NetWare’s PUBLIC directory. As with NDS, first you create several NetWare entities on a Novell server, then you select them in Network Setup (see page 3-27).

  • Page 131: Colorpass On A Tcp/ip Network With Windows Nt 4.0

    5-11 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0 When a Windows NT 4.0 computer is configured to connect to the ColorPASS using TCP/IP, it can print directly to the ColorPASS. If the computer shares the printer over the network, it is acting as a print server to Windows NT 4.0/2000 and Windows 95/98/Me clients.

  • Page 132: Configuring A Windows Nt 4.0 Server To Support The Colorpass

    5-12 Setting up Network Servers • Make sure the ColorPASS name and address are listed in a domain name server (DNS) or hosts name database used by your system. • Make sure the system host table includes the correct internal name for the ColorPASS as a remote printer.

  • Page 133

    5-13 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0 Adding the ColorPASS to the TCP/IP network If your TCP/IP network consists of Windows NT 4.0 servers, Windows NT 4.0 clients, and Windows 2000 clients, use the directions in this section. If the network also includes UNIX workstations, also refer to the directions on page 5-19.

  • Page 134

    5-14 Setting up Network Servers Installing the ColorPASS as a shared printer The first step in creating a printer is installing the printer driver files, which give your applications access to printer features. The installation instructions in Getting Started can be used for every workstation that will print directly and independently to the ColorPASS.

  • Page 135

    5-15 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0 O CONNECT AND PRINT TO THE OLOR NT 4.0 INDOWS SERVER • For Windows 95/98/2000/Me clients, before printing, double-click the Windows NT 4.0 server icon in the Network Neighborhood window, and double-click the printer name.

  • Page 136: Configuring The Colorpass And Clients For Fiery Webtools

    5-16 Setting up Network Servers • Print a Configuration page (see page 3-47). Use the information on this page to determine the current ColorPASS settings. • Load the TCP/IP network protocol (for Windows 95/98/Me/2000 only, also load Client for Microsoft Networks) on the computer. •...

  • Page 137: Setting The Weblink Destination

    5-17 Configuring the ColorPASS and clients for Fiery WebTools O SET UP IERY OOLS ON A COMPUTER 1. Enable TCP/IP networking. 2. Assign the workstation a valid, unique IP address and subnet mask, and a gateway address if needed. 3. Install an Internet browser that supports the Java language and frames. Make sure Java is enabled.

  • Page 138: Colorpass On A Network With Unix Workstations

    5-18 Setting up Network Servers ColorPASS on a network with UNIX workstations When a UNIX workstation is configured with the lpd protocol, and connected to the ColorPASS over a TCP/IP network, it can print directly to the ColorPASS. Setting up UNIX workstations requires an administrator with root privileges. After the initial configuration, UNIX users simply submit print jobs to a named printer.

  • Page 139: Important Note About The Remote Printer Name

    5-19 ColorPASS on a network with UNIX workstations Important note about the remote printer name Whichever UNIX system you use, the name used for remote printer (or file) in configuring the ColorPASS must be one of the following /etc/printcap print hold The remote printer name is also used when setting up your Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows NT 4.0 Server, or Windows 2000 Professional to connect to...

  • Page 140

    5-20 Setting up Network Servers TCP/IP O SET UP FOR COMMUNICATION WITH THE 1. A superuser (with root login) must add the ColorPASS to the network’s IP host table or other system database of network printers. 2. In the file or utility used by your network, specify the remote printer name, the print server protocol, the queue, and the spool file for the ColorPASS name you assigned.

  • Page 141: Managing Print Jobs

    5-21 ColorPASS on a network with UNIX workstations PASS: O PRINT TO THE OLOR • On a UNIX system running SunOS 4.x or other BSD-based variant, use the lpr command to send a job to the ColorPASS. • On a UNIX system running Solaris 2.x or any System V implementation of UNIX, use the lp command to send a job to the ColorPASS.

  • Page 143: Chapter 6: Administering The Colorpass

    Setting up the printing Setting printer defaults, including modes, imaging, paper environment size handling, error handling Setting copier model-specific options Setting up the job environment Publishing the Direct connection or the Print queue or Hold queue to end users on various platforms Protecting integrity of users’...

  • Page 144

    6-2 Administering the ColorPASS For these operations: Setting up all new users Setting up printing, including installing PostScript printer drivers and PPD files for the printer Installing optional user software Installing color reference pages (CMYK swatches, PANTONE Reference, color sample pages) Preparing users to access Fiery WebTools Getting users started with printing Printing to the ColorPASS...

  • Page 145: Maintaining Optimal Colorpass Performance

    Maintaining optimal ColorPASS performance The ColorPASS does not require maintenance. Beyond the obvious requirements of servicing and maintaining the copier and replenishing consumables, there are a few things you can do that will improve the overall performance of your system: •...

  • Page 146: Troubleshooting The Colorpass

    6-4 Administering the ColorPASS Troubleshooting the ColorPASS Startup diagnostics are described in the Installation and Service Guide for service technicians. Contact your authorized service/support center if you see any startup error messages on the Command WorkStation computer or if the ColorPASS does not reach Idle status.

  • Page 147

    6-5 Troubleshooting the ColorPASS After this Setup screen: Frame Type selection Invalid frame size. (Network Setup>Protocol Setup>IPX/SPX Setup) Warning! IPX network number is zero. Can’t detect Token Ring hardware. Token Ring hardware not installed or not functioning. Token Ring Setup Can’t autodetect the ring speed.

  • Page 148

    6-6 Administering the ColorPASS After this Setup screen: Navigating NDS tree ___ is empty. (Network Setup> Service Setup>PServer Setup> NDS Setup) Bindery Setup If you also plan to use NDS, set up NDS before Bindery. (Network Setup> Service Setup>PServer Setup> Bindery Setup) Select File Server From List Error.

  • Page 149

    6-7 Troubleshooting the ColorPASS After this Setup screen: Add File Server All connections used. Remove server? (Network Setup> Service Setup>PServer Setup> Bindery Setup) Add Server, Enter Your Login No NetWare print Name, Enter Your File Server server found. Password (Network Setup> Service Setup>...

  • Page 150

    6-8 Administering the ColorPASS If the selected NetWare file server or tree does not have a guest account, or if the guest account has expired or has been disabled by the NetWare supervisor, you will be prompted to notify the IPX (Novell) administrator. In that case, there are two options: •...

  • Page 151

    6-9 Troubleshooting the ColorPASS Novell error messages Novell error: The guest account, which you have chosen for initial login, has expired or has been disabled by Guest account not the NetWare supervisor. available The server has connected to a file server, but is unable to log in to the file server or print server Unable to log in because the password has expired for the login...

  • Page 152: Runtime Error Messages

    Check power and cable This message indicates that the interface cable between the ColorPASS and the copier is not connected, or a print job is ready but the copier is not turned on. Printer not found Most failures to find a printer on the network are due to conflicting or missing name or address settings for the ColorPASS.

  • Page 153

    6-11 Troubleshooting the ColorPASS Check the table below for the appropriate name to use. In this location: Server Setup Server Name option Windows NT hosts file host name Windows NT setup for TCP/IP lpd host name Name of printer on lpd host machine UNIX /etc/printcap file (BSD) rp line...

  • Page 154

    6-12 Administering the ColorPASS Cannot connect to ColorPASS with Fiery utilities If users cannot connect to the ColorPASS, check the following: • ColorPASS Setup—the appropriate network protocol must be enabled, with the correct parameters (for example, for TCP/IP, the IP address, etc.), and you must publish either the Print queue or Hold queue.

  • Page 155: Appendix A: Token Ring Network Option

    A-1 Token Ring Network Option Token Ring is an alternative network architecture to Ethernet architecture. Token Ring Appendix A: networks offer a high resistance to failure and are commonly used in large or Token Ring high-traffic network installations. Network Option Token Ring networks operate by passing a network token around the electronic equivalent of a ring.

  • Page 156

    A-2 Token Ring Network Option Back view of the ColorPASS with the Token Ring option installed Turn off the ColorPASS before connecting it to any network device. Do not attach cable to both Token Ring connectors. PASS: O CONNECT CABLE TO THE OLOR 1.

  • Page 157: Ipx/spx Installations

    A-3 Token Ring Network Option IPX/SPX installations If your network uses IPX/SPX protocols with Token Ring, configure at least one printer, one ColorPASS Print Server, and one ColorPASS Print Queue on the NetWare server as described in “Configuring a NetWare 3.x or 4.x server for printing” on page 5-7.

  • Page 159: Index

    Index Index Numerics 100BaseT connector 1-11 10BaseT 1-11 8-pin RJ-45 connector 1-11 access level scenarios 2-5, 2-6 access to network and software 2-1 accessing Setup from Control Panel 3-3 from Windows computer 4-1 Adapters/Ports information, Setup 4-8 Add File Server, Bindery Setup 3-27, 3-28, 4-22 administrator features of color server 3-42...

  • Page 160

    NetWare 5-6, 5-7 UNIX 5-19 Windows NT 5-12 connected Novell servers, Bindery 3-30, 4-23 connecting copier interface cable 2-9 network cable 1-10 to a Bindery file server 3-28, 3-29 to multiple Bindery file servers 3-27 Token Ring cable A-2 control levels 2-6...

  • Page 161

    I-3 Index date, setting 3-8, 4-4 Default Paper Sizes option 3-37, 4-32 delete symbol, in Setup display 3-5 destination, Fiery WebLink 5-17 device name 3-7, 4-4, 4-30, 4-31, 4-32, 6-11 DHCP protocol 3-14, 3-16, 3-18 diagrams of network setup 1-4 to 1-9 Direct connection described 2-1, 2-2 publishing 3-36, 4-30...

  • Page 162

    I-4 Index Fiery WebSpooler described 2-4 reprinting jobs in Printed queue 3-8 Fiery WebTools 2-4, 5-16 to 5-17 accessing 5-17 enabling 3-34, 4-28 enabling only certain WebTools 5-17 Installer 2-5 setting up 5-17 Status 2-4 FieryBar accessing Clear Server command 3-45 accessing Setup 4-2 restarting the server process 2-7 File Server 4-22, 4-24...

  • Page 163

    I-5 Index Java to support Internet browser 5-17 Job Log clearing automatically 3-43 clearing jobs from 3-45 default options 3-42 defined 3-42 printing automatically 3-43 setting the page size used 3-43, 4-7 Job Log Setup from Control Panel 3-42 from Windows computer 4-7 job management tools defined 2-1 deleting jobs with 3-45...

  • Page 164

    I-6 Index NetWare Print Console 5-10 NetWare Print Server poll interval 3-32 NetWare Print Server, Bindery 3-29, 3-30 changing the selection 3-27 connecting 3-29, 3-30 editing your choice 3-30 password 3-29 NetWare Server Poll Interval 3-32 NetWise, supported networking environments 5-5 network AppleTalk 1-5 boards 4-8...

  • Page 165

    I-7 Index Print to PostScript Error option 3-38, 4-32 Printed queue 2-2, 3-8 printer connection failure 6-10 not found 6-10 not in Chooser 6-10 Printer Agent, NDPS 5-2 Printer Setup 2-8 from Control Panel 3-36 from Windows computer 4-30 part of initial Setup 4-1 Printed queue options 4-5 printing Configuration page from Control...

  • Page 166

    I-8 Index Search Name option (adding a file server) 3-28 Select File Server option 3-28 Select Frame Types option 3-21 Select NDS Tree option 3-24 Select protocol (Setup option) 3-16, 3-18 selecting Bindery servers 3-30 default paper size 3-37, 4-32 Server Name option 3-7, 4-4 Server Name option, Windows printing 3-33, 4-27...

  • Page 167

    I-9 Index Token Ring client setup A-3 frame types 3-21, 4-13 network interface card A-1 overview A-1 to A-3 Port Setup 3-12 protocols supported 1-4 summary of Setup 3-10 summary of Setup required A-3 Token Ring Setup in Port Setup 3-12 in TCP/IP Setup 3-17 Token Ring Speed option 3-12 Transmission Speed (Ethernet) option 4-9...

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