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Introduction ... 17 HP Jetdirect Wireless Setup Wizard ... 20 HP Install Network Printer Wizard (Windows)... 21 HP Jetdirect Printer Installer for UNIX ... 22 HP Web Jetadmin... 23 Internet Printer Connection Software... 26 HP IP/IPX Printer Gateway for NDPS... 29 HP WPS Assistant (Mac OS X) ...
Using FTP Printing ... 176 Example of an FTP Session... 181 7. Security Features Introduction ... 182 Using Security Features... 186 8. Troubleshooting the HP Jetdirect Print Server Introduction ... 188 Resetting to Factory Defaults ... 189 General Troubleshooting ... 191 Troubleshooting Wireless Print Servers ...
B. HP Jetdirect 802.11b Wireless Print Servers Introduction ...252 Basic HP Jetdirect Wireless Concepts ...253 Installation Overview...263 C. The HP Jetdirect Control Panel Menu Introduction ...276 Classic Control Panel ...277 Graphical Control Panel ...283 D. OpenSSL Statements Index ENWW...
Introducing the HP Jetdirect Print Server Introduction HP Jetdirect print servers allow you to connect printers and other devices directly to a network. By attaching a device directly to a network, you can install it in a convenient location and share it with multiple users.
Supported Print Servers The features described in this guide support the following HP Jetdirect print servers with firmware versions specified: Table 1.1 Supported Products Model Product Printer Number Connect 175x J6035C USB 1.1 310x J6038A USB 1.1 en3700 J7942A USB 2.0...
LPR/LPD (Line Printer Daemon) IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) FTP (File Transfer Protocol) * Refer to the current HP Jetdirect product data sheets for additional network systems and versions. For operation with other network environments, consult your system vendor or authorized HP dealer.
DLC/LLC Microsoft Windows NT** Artisoft LANtastic** * Refer to the current HP Jetdirect product data sheets for additional network systems and versions. For operation with other network environments, consult your system vendor or authorized HP dealer. ** For these network systems, contact your network system vendor for software, documentation, and support.
HP Jetdirect print servers support SNMP and standard MIB-II (Management Information Base) objects on both IP and IPX networks. HP Jetdirect 175x and 200m print servers support an SNMP v1/v2c agent only. Full-featured HP Jetdirect print servers support an SNMP v1/v2c agent, and an SNMP v3 agent for enhanced security.
Authentication (Wireless Print Servers) Server-Based Authentication HP Jetdirect 802.11b wireless print servers support popular authentication server-based methods for network access based on IEEE 802.1x Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP), including: LEAP (Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol). LEAP is a proprietary protocol from Cisco Systems, Inc. It uses passwords for mutual authentication between a client and a network authentication server.
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) dynamic encryption protocols for wireless communications. Encryption HP Jetdirect 802.11b wireless print servers support static WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) encryption. For static WEP encryption, a network WEP key of fixed length (40/64-bit or 104/128-bit) is shared by each device on the network.
Click your way to a quick solution! The HP Web site http://www.hp.com/support/net_printing is a great place to start for answers to questions about your HP Jetdirect print server — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Firmware Upgrades Hewlett-Packard offers downloadable firmware upgrades for HP Jetdirect print servers that contain upgradeable memory (HP Jetdirect 175x and 200m products are not upgradeable).
HP Jetdirect Download Manager (Windows). HP Jetdirect Download Manager can be downloaded from HP online support http://www.hp.com/go/dlm_sw HP Web Jetadmin may be used on supported systems. For more information on HP Web Jetadmin, visit: http://www.hp.com/go/webjetadmin/ For firmware versions x.24.00 and later, the embedded Web server resident on the print server provides a firmware upgrade feature using your Web browser.
Telephone fees are the responsibility of the caller. Note Rates may vary. Contact your local telephone company for current rates. Product Registration To register your HP Jetdirect print server, use the following HP Web page: http://www.hp.com/go/jetdirect_register ENWW Introducing the HP Jetdirect Print Server 16...
HP Software Solutions Summary Introduction HP provides a variety of software solutions to set up or manage your HP Jetdirect-connected network devices. See determine which software is best for you. Note For more information on these and other solutions, visit HP online support at: http://www.hp.com/support/net_printing...
Table 2.1 Software Solutions (2 of 3) Operating Environment HP Jetdirect Printer Installer for UNIX HP-UX 10.x-10.20, 11.x Solaris 2.6, 7, 8 (SPARCsystems only) TCP/IP HP Web Jetadmin (See the HP Website for supported system updates.) Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP...
Table 2.1 Software Solutions (3 of 3) Operating Environment HP IP/IPX Printer Gateway for NDPS NetWare 5.x, 6.0 (IPX only) HP WPS Assistant (Mac OS X) Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later HP LaserJet Utilities for Mac OS Mac OS 9.x, X (Classic...
HP Jetdirect wireless print server with a wireless connection to your network. Note that the HP Wireless Setup Wizard does not install the printer on your system. After a wireless network connection is established, you must use other HP printer installation utilities, or standard Operating System tools, to install the printer on your network systems.
HP Install Network Printer Wizard (Windows) The HP Install Network Printer Wizard is a software module for quick and easy printer installation on a TCP/IP or IPX/SPX network. The wizard allows you to configure the printer with IP parameters on a TCP/IP network, or NDS/Bindery objects on a Novell NetWare IPX/SPX network.
HP-UX and Solaris systems. The software installs, configures and provides diagnostics capabilities for HP printers connected to TCP/IP networks using full-featured HP Jetdirect print servers. Value-based print servers, such as 175x and 200m, are not supported. The software is distributed through the following methods:...
HP Web Jetadmin HP Web Jetadmin is an enterprise management tool that allows you to remotely install, configure and manage a wide variety of HP and non-HP network printing devices simply through a standard Web browser. HP Web Jetadmin can be used to proactively manage both individual or groups of devices.
By default, the port number is 8000. Provide users access to HP Web Jetadmin software by adding a link to your Web server’s home page that is addressed to HP Web Jetadmin’s URL. For example: http://systemname.domain:port/...
You can also substitute the systemname.domain with the TCP/IP address. Removing HP Web Jetadmin Software To remove HP Web Jetadmin software from your Web server, use the uninstall program provided with the software package. ENWW HP Software Solutions Summary 25...
Full-featured HP Jetdirect print servers (firmware version x.20.00 or later) support the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP). Value-based print servers, such as 175x and 200m, are not supported. Using the appropriate software on your system, you can create an IPP print path from your system to a supported HP Jetdirect-connected printer over the Internet.
Windows 2000/XP IPP-client software. To set up a print path to an HP Jetdirect-connected Internet printer using the Windows 2000/XP IPP-client software, proceed as follows: 1. Open the Printers folder (click Start, select Settings, and select Printers).
Then click Next. 5. You will be prompted for a printer driver (the HP Jetdirect print server does not contain printer drivers, so your system cannot automatically obtain the driver). Click OK to install the printer driver onto your system and follow the instructions on the screen.
The HP IP/IPX Printer Gateway is a NetWare Loadable Module (NLM) developed by HP to provide functionality and compatibility with Novell's NDPS for full-featured HP Jetdirect print servers. Value-based print servers, such as 175x and 200m, are not supported. The HP Gateway seamlessly integrates HP Jetdirect-attached printers into the NDPS environment.
To Get the Software The HP IP/IPX Printer Gateway is included with all current versions of NDPS. Novell NetWare 5.x and 6.0 includes NDPS. To obtain the most recent software version, or to obtain the related documentation: Visit http://www.hp.com/go/hpgate_sw Select and follow the instructions for downloading drivers and software.
This utility allows you to configure an HP Jetdirect wireless print server (WPS) with a connection to your Mac OS network. To use this utility, the HP Jetdirect wireless print server must be in a factory-default state. Proceed as follows: 1.
HP LaserJet Utilities for Mac OS The HP LaserJet Utilities for Mac OS allow you to configure and manage your HP Jetdirect-connected printers on AppleTalk networks. This section describes software installation and use of the HP LaserJet Utilities. In addition, it describes how to use the Chooser to select and set up a Mac OS computer to print to your HP printer.
Configuring the Printer The HP LaserJet Utility allows printer settings such as printer name and preferred zone to be configured from your Mac OS system. Hewlett-Packard recommends that only network administrators use the printer configuration capabilities of this utility. If this printer is to be serviced by a print spooler, set up the printer's name and zone before configuring the spooler to capture the printer.
“Michael’s LaserJet 4000.” The HP LaserJet Utility has the ability to rename devices located in different zones, as well as the local zone (no zones need to be present in order to use the HP LaserJet Utility). 1. Select the Settings icon from the scrolling icon list. The Please select a setting: dialog appears.
Chooser. Selecting a Zone The HP LaserJet Utility allows you to select a preferred zone for your printer on a Phase 2 EtherTalk network. Instead of your printer remaining on the default zone, which is set by the router, this utility lets you select the zone on which your printer appears.
To display your user name on the network when you are printing documents, go into the Control Panel on your Mac OS computer, select Sharing Setup, then type your owner name. ENWW for more information. HP Software Solutions Summary 36...
Print Desktop. The Print dialog box appears. 2. Click Print. If the printer prints the job, you have connected your printer to your network correctly. If your printer does not print, see Chapter ENWW HP Software Solutions Summary 37...
TCP/IP Configuration Introduction To operate properly on a TCP/IP network, the HP Jetdirect print server must be configured with valid TCP/IP network configuration parameters, such as an IP address that is valid for your network. For general information on TCP/IP networks, see...
Default IP Address When in a factory-default state (for example, when shipped from the factory or after a cold-reset), the HP Jetdirect print server has no IP address. A default IP address may or may not be assigned depending on the network environment.
Internet will not be available. The default gateway address will be the same as the link-local address. If a duplicate address is sensed, the HP Jetdirect print server will automatically reassign its address, if necessary, in accordance with standard link-local addressing methods.
Telnet, a Web browser, and SNMP management applications. HP Jetdirect Wireless Print Server. When initially powered on, a factory-default wireless print server that has no connection to a network will likely self-assign a link-local IP address. If a network...
TCP/IP Configuration Tools Depending on your printer and operating system, an HP Jetdirect print server can be configured with valid TCP/IP parameters for your network in the following ways: Using Software. You can use your printer installation software or the HP Jetdirect print server installation software on supported systems.
Telnet. You can set configuration parameters using Telnet. In order to set configuration parameters, set up a Telnet connection from your system to the HP Jetdirect print server using the default IP address. Once configured, the print server saves the configuration when powered off/on. For more information, see Embedded Web server.
BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) and TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) provide a convenient way to automatically configure the HP Jetdirect print server for TCP/IP network operation. When powered on, the Jetdirect print server sends a BOOTP request message onto the network. A properly configured BOOTP server on the network will respond with a message that contains basic network configuration data for the Jetdirect print server.
In DHCP, IP configuration parameters are leased and may change over time. When in its factory-default state and powered on, the HP Jetdirect print server will attempt to automatically configure itself using several dynamic methods, one of which is BOOTP.
TFTP is used to obtain additional configuration information from a configuration file on a TFTP server. When the HP Jetdirect print server is powered on, it broadcasts a BOOTP request that contains its MAC (hardware) address. A BOOTP server daemon searches the /etc/bootptab file for a matching MAC address, and if successful, sends the corresponding configuration data to the Jetdirect print server as a BOOTP reply.
Bootptab File Entries An example of a /etc/bootptab file entry for an HP Jetdirect print server is provided below: picasso:\ :hn:\ :ht=ether:\ :vm=rfc1048:\ :ha=0001E6123456:\ :ip=192.168.40.39:\ :sm=255.255.255.0:\ :gw=192.168.40.1:\ :lg=192.168.40.3:\ :T144=“hpnp/picasso.cfg”: Note that the configuration data contains “tags” to identify the various HP Jetdirect parameters and their settings. Entries and tags supported by the HP Jetdirect print server (firmware version x.24.00 or later) are listed in...
ENWW Description The subnet mask tag. The subnet mask will be used by the HP Jetdirect print server to identify the portions of an IP address that specify the network/subnetwork number and the host address. The gateway IP address tag. This address identifies the...
(ef) to specify the relative path name of the TFTP configuration file. Idle Timeout option. An HP-proprietary tag to set the idle timeout (seconds), which is the amount of time that a print data connection may remain idle before being closed. The range is 1 - 3600 seconds.
TFTP Configuration File Entries To provide additional configuration parameters for your HP Jetdirect print server, such as SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) or non-default settings, an additional configuration file can be downloaded using TFTP. This TFTP configuration file’s relative path name is specified in the BOOTP reply using the /etc/bootptab file’s T144 vendor-specific tag...
# Example of an HP Jetdirect TFTP Configuration File 192.168.10 # Allow only Subnet access to peripheral. # Up to 10 ‘allow’ entries can be written through TFTP. # Up to 10 ‘allow’ entries can be written through Telnet # or embedded Web server.
Table 3.2 lists the supported TFTP parameters (HP Jetdirect firmware version x.25.00 or later). Table 3.3 describes the TFTP parameters. Table 3.2 List of Supported TFTP Parameters (1 of 2) General passwd: sys-location: sys-contact: TCP/IP Main host-name: domain-name: dns-svr: TCP/IP Print Options...
Table 3.2 List of Supported TFTP Parameters (2 of 2) SNMP snmp-config: get-cmnty-name: set-cmnty-name: IPX/SPX ipx-config: ipx-unit-name: ipx-frametype: ipx-sapinterval: ipx-nds-tree: AppleTalk appletalk: name-override: DLC/LLC dlc/llc: Other Settings link-type: webscan-config: scan-idle-timeout: scan-email-config: Support support-name: support-number: ENWW auth-trap: trap-dest: ipx-nds-context: ipx-job-poll: ipx-banner: ipx-eoj: ipx-toner-low: MFP-config:...
A password (up to 16 alphanumeric characters) that allows administrators to control changes of HP Jetdirect print server configuration parameters through Telnet, HP Web Jetadmin, or embedded Web server. The password may be cleared by a cold reset. sys-location: Identifies the physical location of the printer (SNMP sysLocation object).
Table 3.3 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (2 of 10) pri-wins-svr: The IP address of the primary Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) server. sec-wins-svr: The IP address of the secondary Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) server. smtp-svr: The IP address of the outgoing e-mail Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) server, for use with supported Scan devices.
TCP/IP Access Control allow: netnum [mask] Makes an entry into the host access list stored on the HP Jetdirect print server. Each entry specifies a host or network of hosts that are allowed to connect to the printer. The format is “allow: netnum [mask]” where netnum is a network number or host IP address, and mask is an address mask of bits applied to the network number and host address to verify access.
By default, the HP Jetdirect print server uses LPR as the source facility code, but local user values of local0 through local7 can be used to isolate individual or groups of print servers.
Enables or disables the print server’s embedded Web server to change configuration values: 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. tcp-mss: Specifies the maximum segment size (MSS) that the HP Jetdirect print server will advertise for use when communicating with local subnets (Ethernet MSS=1460 bytes or more) or remote subnets (MSS=536 bytes): 0 (default): All networks are assumed to be local (Ethernet MSS=1460 bytes or more).
Specifies a password that determines which SNMP SetRequests (control functions) the HP Jetdirect print server will respond to. The community name of an incoming SNMP SetRequest must match the print server’s “set community name” for the print server to respond. (For additional security, you may limit configuration access through the print server’s host access list).
(default), EN_SNAP, EN_8022, EN_8023, EN_II, TR_8022, TR_SNAP. ipx-sapinterval: Specifies the time interval (1 to 3600 seconds) that the HP Jetdirect print server waits between Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) broadcasts on the network. The default is 60 seconds. 0 disables SAP broadcasts.
Table 3.3 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (8 of 10) ipx-banner: Enables or disables printing an IPX banner page. 0 disables banner pages. 1 (default) enables banner pages. ipx-eoj: Enables or disables IPX end-of-job notification. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. ipx-toner-low: Enables or disables IPX toner-low notification.
0 (default): disables client software support (allows printing only). 1: enables client software support (allows printing and scanning). usb-mode: Specifies the communication mode over the USB port on the HP Jetdirect print server. Auto (default): Automatically negotiates and sets the the highest communication mode possible for the attached printer or device.
Table 3.3 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (10 of 10) Support support-name: Typically used to identify the name of a person to contact for support of this device. support-number: Typically used to specify a phone number or extension to call for support of this device.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP, RFC 2131/2132) is one of several auto configuration mechanisms that the HP Jetdirect print server uses. If you have a DHCP server on your network, the HP Jetdirect print server automatically obtains its IP address...
“scope,” of IP addresses that the Windows server can assign or lease to any requester. When configured for BOOTP or DHCP operation and powered on, the HP Jetdirect print server automatically sends a BOOTP or DHCP request for its IP configuration.
7. In the Lease Duration section, select Unlimited, then select OK. HP recommends that all printers be assigned infinite leases to avoid problems resulting from IP addresses that change. Be aware, however, that selecting an unlimited lease duration for the scope causes all clients in that scope to have infinite leases.
8. Skip this step if you have assigned unlimited leases in the previous step. Otherwise, select Scope and select Add Reservations to set up your printers as reserved clients. For each printer, perform the following steps in the Add Reserved Clients window to set up a reservation for that printer: a.
Once the address appears in the list of IP addresses, select OK. This returns you to the DHCP Options window. If the address you have just added appears in the list of IP addresses (near the bottom of the window) return to step 10d.
8. Set the IP address lease duration for your DHCP clients. Then click Next. HP recommends that all printers be assigned reserved IP addresses. This can be accomplished after you set up the scope (see step 11). 9. Select No to configure DHCP options for this scope later. Then click Next.
NetWare Systems NetWare 5.x servers provide DHCP configuration services for network clients, including the HP Jetdirect print server. To set up DHCP services on a NetWare server, refer to Novell documentation and support. To Discontinue DHCP Configuration CAUTION Changes to an IP address on your HP Jetdirect...
Note If you choose to re-enable a DHCP configuration, the print server will acquire its configuration information from a DHCP server. This means that when you choose DHCP and complete your configuration session (using Telnet, for example), the TCP/IP protocol for the print server is re-initialized and all current configuration information is deleted.
Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP) on UNIX and Linux systems. This setup procedure enables the RARP daemon running on your system to respond to a RARP request from the HP Jetdirect print server and to supply the IP address to the print server. 1. Turn the printer off.
7. Edit the /etc/ethers file (/etc/rarpd.conf file in HP-UX 10.20) to add the LAN hardware address/station address (from the configuration page) and the node name for the HP Jetdirect print server. For example: 00:01:E6:a8:b0:00 laserjet1 If your system uses Network Information Service...
You can configure an HP Jetdirect print server with an IP address using an ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) command from a supported system. The protocol is not routable, that is, the workstation from which the configuration is made must be located on the same network segment as the HP Jetdirect print server.
Depending on the system, the LAN hardware address may require a specific format. For example: For Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP arp -s 192.168.45.39 00-01-E6-a2-31-98 ping 192.168.45.39 For UNIX arp -s 192.168.45.39 00:01:E6:a2:31:98 ping 192.168.45.39 Note Once the IP address has been set on the print server, additional arp and ping commands will be ignored.
HP Web Jetadmin software). Creating a Telnet Connection To use Telnet commands with the HP Jetdirect print server, a route must be available from your workstation to the print server. If the print server and your computer must have a similar IP address, that is, the network portion of their IP addresses match, chances are that a route will exist.
<Jetdirect IP Address> <system IP Address> where <Jetdirect IP address> is the IP address configured on the HP Jetdirect print server, and <system IP address> is the IP address of the workstation's network card that is attached to the same physical LAN as the print server.
A Typical Telnet Session Initiating a typical Telnet session is illustrated below. TCP/IP Configuration 78 ENWW...
<IP address> is the IP address listed on the Jetdirect configuration page. See 2. A connection to the HP Jetdirect print server will be displayed. If the server responds with “connected to IP address”, press Enter twice to make sure that the Telnet connection is initialized.
Command Line Interface (Default) Using the Telnet command line interface, you can set configuration parameters using the following procedures: During a Telnet session, enter ? to view available Note configuration parameters, the correct command format, and a list of commands. To list additional (or advanced) commands, enter the command advanced befored entering ?..
UNIX, that support input/output redirection). Description Set the administrator password (shared with the embedded Web server and HP Web Jetadmin). For example, “passwd jd1234 jd1234” sets the password to jd1234. Note that “jd1234” is entered twice for confirmation.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (2 of 18) sys-location sys-contact ssl-state security-reset Wireless 802.11Main Settings Command network-type desired-ssid encryption wep-key-method ENWW Alpha-numeric string (up to 255 characters), typically used to identify a location. Alpha-numeric string (up to 255 characters), typically used to identify the name of a network or device administrator.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (3 of 18) wep-key transmit-key desired-channel auth-type ENWW Specify a static WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) encryption key. The print server can store up to four WEP keys using four key positions (Key 1, 2, 3, 4). To enter a WEP key, specify the key position followed by the encryption key value.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (4 of 18) server-auth svr-auth-user ENWW This command requires that you specify a dynamic encryption option (dynamic-encrypt command) and EAP 802.1x authentication (wpa-auth-type command). Use this command to specify server-based authentication methods used on your network. For a brief description of supported authentication protocols, see None: (default) Server-based network authentication is not used.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (5 of 18) svr-auth-pass svr-auth-id wpa-auth-type psk-passphrase dynamic-encrypt ENWW Specify a password for server-based authentication. Up to 128 alphanumeric characters may be used. Specify the CA certificate character string that will be used to identify and validate the authentication server. This string will be compared to an identification string received from the authentication server.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (6 of 18) 802.11 Wireless Diagnostics Command Current SSID Current Channel Signal Strength Access Point Mac TCP/IP Main Settings Command host-name ip-config ENWW Description (Read-only parameter) The network name (SSID) to which the wireless print server connected. (Read-only parameter) The channel that the wireless print server is currently using.
192.168.40.1 as the IP address of the default gateway for the print server. Note: If the HP Jetdirect print server is configured by DHCP and you manually change the subnet mask or the default gateway address, you should manually change the print server’s IP address.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (8 of 18) TCP/IP Print Options Command 9100-printing ftp-printing ipp-printing lpd-printing banner interlock mult-tcp-conn buffer-packing write-mode TCP/IP LPD Queues Command addq deleteq ENWW Description Enables or disables printing to TCP port 9100 on the print server.
Description Makes an entry into the host access list stored on the HP Jetdirect print server. Each entry specifies a host or network of hosts that are allowed to connect to the printer. The format is “allow netnum [mask]” where netnum is a...
ENWW Specifies the maximum number of syslog messages that can be sent by the HP Jetdirect print server on a per-minute basis. This setting allows administrators to control the log file size. The default is 10 per minute. If it’s set to zero, the number of syslog messages is not restricted.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (11 of 18) mdns-pri-svc ttl-slp ipv4-multicast idle-timeout user-timeout cold-reset ews-config ENWW Specifies the mDNS highest priority service to use for printing.To set this parameter, choose one of the following printing option numbers: 1: Port 9100 printing 2: IPP port printing 3: The default LPD raw queue 4: The default LPD text queue...
DHCP Renew Time ENWW Specifies the maximum segment size (MSS) that the HP Jetdirect print server will advertise for use when communicating with local subnets (Ethernet MSS=1460 bytes or more) or remote subnets (MSS=536 bytes): 0: (default) All networks are assumed to be local (Ethernet MSS=1460 bytes or more).
Specifies a password that determines which SNMP GetRequests the HP Jetdirect print server will respond to. This is optional. If a user-specified get community name is set, the print server will respond to either a user-specified community name or the factory-default.
NDS context for the HP Jetdirect print server. Specifies the time interval (1 to 255 seconds) that the HP Jetdirect print server will wait to check for print jobs in a print queue. The default is 2 seconds. Enables or disables printing an IPX banner page through Printer Job Language (PJL).
ENWW Enables or disables IPX toner-low notification through PJL. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. (Token Ring only) Configures the HP Jetdirect print server with the IPX/SPX source routing used on the network. auto (default): Source routing is automatically sensed from the network.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (16 of 18) DLC/LLC Settings Command dlc/llc-config strict-8022 Other Settings Command link-type webscan-config scan-idle-timeout scan-email-config MFP-config ENWW Description Enables or disables DLC/LLC protocol operation on the print server. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. For example, dlc/llc-config 0 will disable DLC/LLC operation.
URL to access HP Web Jetadmin will be specified. (Read-only parameter) If HP Web Jetadmin discovers this device, the name of the HP Web Jetadmin host will be specified (if known). Typically used to identify the name of a person to contact for support of this device.
Table 3.4 Telnet Commands and Parameters (18 of 18) support-url tech-support-url Menu Interface An optional Menu interface is displayed when you type menu at the Telnet command prompt. The Menu interface eliminates the need to memorize commands, and provides structured menu lists for easy access to configuration parameters.
Figure 3.1 Example: Using the Menu Interface Main Menu ------------------------------- 1. General Menu 2. TCP/IP Menu... 3. SNMP Menu... 4. IPX/SPX Menu 5. AppleTalk Menu 6. DLC/LLC Menu 7. Other Settings 8. Support Settings 9. Wireless Settings ?. Help e. Exit Menu 0.
To reset all parameters to factory default values, refer to Using the Embedded Web Server You can set IP parameters on HP Jetdirect print servers that support the embedded Web server. For more information, refer to Chapter ENWW...
(such as Telnet or the embedded Web server) as described in this chapter. If the HP Jetdirect print server is configured to receive its TCP/IP configuration from the printer control panel, the configuration is saved on the print server when powered off/on.
When moving an HP Jetdirect print server that is configured with an IP address to a new network, make sure that the IP address does not conflict with addresses on the new network. You may change...
Using the Embedded Web Server Introduction HP Jetdirect print servers contain an embedded Web server that can be accessed from a compatible Web browser over an intranet. The embedded Web server provides access to configuration and management pages for the HP Jetdirect print server and the attached network device (such as a printer or multifunction, all-in-one device).
HP Jetdirect Home Figure 4.1 Typical HP Jetdirect Home Tab Networking Tab Menu items in left margin Figure 4.2 HP Jetdirect Networking Tab For network parameter descriptions, see ENWW “Networking Using the Embedded Web Server 104 Tab”.
SNMP v3 agent and seamlessly create an SNMP v3 account on the print server. A link to HP Web Jetadmin will be displayed on the embedded Web server if HP Web Jetadmin has discovered this device through an Integration URL.
HP Jetdirect wireless print server with settings for your network. See Before you can use the embedded Web server, the HP Jetdirect print server must be configured with an IP address. For a description of an IP address and an overview of TCP/IP networking, see Appendix There are many ways to configure an IP address on the print server.
HTTPS. See Mgmt. Value-based, non-upgradeable HP Jetdirect print servers (for example HP Jetdirect 175x and 200m) do not support a secure embedded Web server. 4. An embedded Web server page will be displayed, either the Home page of the HP Jetdirect print server or a device page served by a Web server on the device.
Features and configuration parameters not supported by value-based print servers, such as HP 175x and 200m, will not appear. Novell NetWare networks: On the Network Settings page, use the IPX/SPX tab to configure Novell Directory Services (NDS) Queue Server mode parameters.
HP Jetdirect Home Tab The Home tab will display the HP Jetdirect home page if a Web server in the attached device cannot be accessed or does not exist. The HP Jetdirect home page displays a generic printer graphic to represent the attached device.
The length of time since either the HP Jetdirect print server or the network device was last powered off/on. A text string (stored on the HP Jetdirect print server) for the name of a person to contact for this device. See TCP/IP on Networking Tab.
Web server, you will be prompted to allow the sending of product information to HP using the Internet. Product identification and usage data collected by HP will be used to improve product features and services. Personal data is not collected in accordance with HP privacy policies.
In addition, you may also configure basic TCP/IP settings at the same time. The configuration parameters are summarized in more information on setting up your HP Jetdirect wireless print server, see Appendix The 802.11b tab displays a single, static page that contains all wireless configuration parameters required to make a wireless connection to your network.
Ad Hoc mode include Independent Basic Service Set (IBSS), and “computer-to-computer" mode. The factory-default mode configured on the HP Jetdirect print server is Ad Hoc. To initially communicate with the print server, your wireless computer must be set up for Ad Hoc mode.
Item Description Network Name Specifies the name of the wireless network to which the HP Jetdirect print server will connect. The Network Name is also called the SSID (Service Set Identifier) and identifies the ESS (Extended Service Set) that is normally associated with larger Infrastructure Mode networks.
Table 4.3 802.11B Configuration Parameters (3 of 7) Item Description Enable Protocols Enable (check) or disable (clear) the EAP protocols supported by the print server. LEAP: (Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol). LEAP is a Cisco Systems, Inc. proprietary protocol. LEAP requires an EAP User Name and EAP Password.
Table 4.3 802.11B Configuration Parameters (4 of 7) Item Description Server ID (EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS only) Specify the Server ID validation string that identifies and validates the authentication server. The Server ID string is specified on the digital certificate issued by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA) for the authentication server.
Table 4.3 802.11B Configuration Parameters (5 of 7) Item Description Authentication Enable (check) or disable (clear) this checkbox to control Behavior: authentication when you click Apply on this page, assuming valid Reauthenticate configuration entries have been made. on Apply Note: This parameter does not apply to security or wireless configuration wizards.
Encrypt transmit data using: Select the current active key. The HP Jetdirect print server can store up to four WEP keys using four key positions (Key 1, 2, 3, 4). But there can be only a single active key for a given network (or SSID) at a time. Key 1 is the default active key.
Table 4.3 802.11B Configuration Parameters (7 of 7) Item Description Dynamic For dynamic encryption, you may select one of the following options: Basic Encryption: Dynamic WEP encryption is supported. Robust Encryption: Dynamic Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and WEP encryption protocols are supported. When configured for EAP/PSK authentication, the print server uses Robust Encryption (WPA encryption protocols).
IP Address Use this field to manually assign the Internet Protocol address on the HP Jetdirect print server. The IP address is a four byte (32-bit) address in the form "n.n.n.n", where 'n' is a number from 0 to 255.
Specifies the maximum number of syslog messages that can be Messages sent by the HP Jetdirect print server on a per-minute basis. This setting allows administrators to control the log file size. The default is 10 per minute. If set to zero, no maximum number is defined.
Banner Page Specifies whether to enable or disable printing of an LPD banner page for print jobs. For HP Jetdirect external print servers that provide multiple ports, you can configure each port. For internal print servers, only a single port is available (Port 1).
Enables or disables the IPX/SPX protocols on the HP Jetdirect print server. If the checkbox is empty, IPX/SPX is disabled. IPX/SPX Frame Specify the IPX/SPX frame type to be used by the HP Jetdirect Type print server on your network. After a frame type has been configured, all others will be counted and discarded.
IPX/SPX Settings (2 of 2) Item Description Print Server Name Specify a NetWare printer name for the HP Jetdirect print server (alphanumeric characters only). The default name is NPIxxxxxx, where xxxxxx are the last six digits of the HP Jetdirect print server's LAN hardware (MAC) address.
DLC/LLC Using the checkbox provided, you can enable (check) or disable (clear) the DLC/LLC (Data Link Control/Logical Link Control) protocols on the HP Jetdirect print server. If the checkbox is clear, DLC/LLC protocols are disabled. ENWW Table 4.6...
SNMP You can specify or change the SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) parameters provided. See If you use HP Web Jetadmin to manage your CAUTION devices, you should use HP Web Jetadmin to seamlessly configure SNMP v3 and other security settings on the print server.
Settings: for enabling miscellaneous advanced protocols and functions Firmware Upgrade: (for print servers that support firmware upgrades) to update your HP Jetdirect print server with new features and enhancements Queues: for setting up print queues used in printing under LPD (line printer daemon) printing services...
Enable or disable port 9100 services. Port 9100 is an HP-proprietary raw TCP/IP port on the HP Jetdirect print server and is the default port for printing. It is accessed by HP software (for example, the HP Standard Port). FTP Printing Enable or disable File Transfer Protocol services available on the HP Jetdirect print server for printing.
Link settings (For wired 10/100TX networks only) Set the network link speed(10 or 100 Mbps) and communication mode (full- or half-duplex) for HP Jetdirect 10/100TX print servers. The available settings are listed below. CAUTION: If you change the link setting, network communications with the print server and network device may be lost.
Full: Up to five pages of full diagnostic information will be printed.; These pages will contain detailed status of the print server at the time the error was detected. HP support personnel may be required to interpret the pages. None: A diagnostic page will not be printed.
AIO software scanning facility installed on client computers through software support supplied with the HP multifunction device (MFP or All-in-One). If disabled, the print server will not allow client software device functions other than network printing. Support for the print server’s Web Scan function is controlled separately.
Specifies the mDNS highest priority service to use for printing.To Priority Service set this parameter, choose one of the following printing options: 9100 Printing: Raw IP printing through HP-proprietary port 9100. IPP Printing: Internet Printing Protocol printing. LPD Printing (RAW): Default LPD raw queue printing.
Note If you are upgrading from a version prior to X.24.00 series, you must perform the upgrade again if supported non-English languages are desired. LPD Queues The LPD Queues page allows you to specify LPD (line printer daemon) print queues on the Jetdirect print server. For more information on LPD printing and print queues, see “Configuring for LPD LPD printing must be enabled on the print server before you can...
Table 4.9 LPD Queue Parameters (1 of 3) Item Description Queue Name Name of the user-defined queue. This name can be up to 32 characters long, and can consist of any displayable ASCII characters. You can define up to six user-defined queues. Prepend String Enter the name of one or more strings to be added before (or Name...
RAW -- No processing. The line printer daemon treats the data in a raw queue as a print job that has already been formatted in PCL, PostScript, or HP-GL/2, and sends it to the printer without modification. (Note that any user-defined prepend or append string will be added to the job in the appropriate position.)
Table 4.9 LPD Queue Parameters (3 of 3) Item Description Value The content of the string. The String Name parameter names the string; the Value parameter defines its content. When a string name is specified for a prepend or append string (in the table at the top of the browser window), the line printer daemon sends the value of that string to the printer before or after the print data (as appropriate).
Example. If you had an LPD printer and wanted to reset it at the start of each print job, you could set up a user-defined print queue named “clear_printer” that issues a PCL reset command (Escape-E) at the beginning of each job. You could set this up as follows: First, set up the print queue: a.
USB Settings If the HP Jetdirect print server provides a USB connection to the network device (such as a USB printer), a link to USB configuration parameters will be displayed. See Table 4.10 USB Settings USB Item USB Speed Desired...
Status (default), Wizard, Restore Defaults. The available settings depend on your particular print server model. Value-based, non-upgradeable HP Jetdirect print servers (for example HP Jetdirect 175x and 200m) do not support a secure embedded Web server. Using the Embedded Web Server 139...
The Wizard page allows you to run the HP Jetdirect Security Configuration Wizard. This wizard will guide you through the print server’s security configuration needed for your network. Click Start Wizard to run the wizard.
Enable SNMPv3: (Full-featured print servers only) Enable SNMP v3 and create an SNMP v3 account. Creating an SNMP v3 account is not recommended if you manage devices using HP Web Jetadmin. See SNMP. Enable SNMPv1/v2 read-only access: Enable this option to allow support of current tools that rely on SNMP v1/v2 for device discovery and status.
Enable SNMPv3: (Full-featured print servers only) Enable this option to create an SNMP v3 account. Creating an SNMP v3 account is not recommended if you manage devices using HP Web Jetadmin. See SNMP. The Authorization page is used to set up an Access Control List, if desired to control host access to the device.
Jetdirect configuration and status information. The administrator password is shared by Jetdirect configuration tools, such as the embedded Web server, Telnet, and HP Web Jetadmin. In addition, for selected EIO printers, the password is shared with the printer (see...
Security page and the networking Admin. Account page. Certificates (Full-featured HP Jetdirect print servers only) This tab provides access to installation, configuration and management services for X.509 digital certificates. A digital certificate is an electronic message typically containing, among other things, a key (a short string used for encryption and decryption) and a digital signature.
Certificates. A CA certificate is not saved when the print server is reset to factory-default values. The maximum certificate size that can be installed on the HP Jetdirect print server is 3072 bytes. Configuring Certificates When you click Configure, a certificate management wizard will help you update or install a certificate.
Note If you improperly exit Certificates configuration (for example, by failing to use the Cancel button), an Operation Failed screen may appear. If so, wait approximately two minutes before entering the wizard again. Table 4.12 Certificate Configuration Screens (1 of 4) Certificate Options Choose from the options listed.
Table 4.12 Certificate Configuration Screens (2 of 4) Install CA Certificate. (Wireless print servers only) This option is provided when you click Configure for a CA certificate, which must be installed for selected wireless authentication protocols. Using this option, you are prompted for information in the following screen: Install Certificate Import Certificate and Private Key.
Use this page to enter information for requesting a certificate from a Certificate Authority. Common Name. (Required) For HP Jetdirect print servers, specify the fully qualified domain name or a valid IP address for the device. Examples: Domain Name: myprinter.mydepartment.mycompany.com IP address: 192.168.2.116...
Access Control Use this tab to display the Access Control List (ACL) on the HP Jetdirect print server. An access control list (or host access list) specifies individual host systems, or networks of host systems, that will be allowed to access the print server and the attached network device.
CAUTION Use caution when using this feature. You may lose your ability to communicate with the HP Jetdirect print server if your system is not properly specified in the list, or access through HTTP is disabled. For use of the host access list as a security feature,...
HTTPS. Redirection of your browser to use HTTPS may be transparent depending on your browser’s capabilities. HP wireless print servers, by factory default, are configured to require HTTPS communications. HP wired print servers, by factory default, are configured to allow HTTPS or HTTP.
SNMP v3 agent. For a description of SNMP selections, see SNMP v3. The HP Jetdirect print server includes an SNMP v3 (Simple Network Management Protocol, version 3) agent, for enhanced SNMP security. The SNMP v3 agent employs a User-based Security Model for SNMP v3 (RFC 2574), which features user-authentication and data privacy through encryption.
CAUTION You should disable Telnet and ensure secure embedded Web communications through HTTPS is enabled before creating the initial SNMP v3 account. This will help to prevent access or interception of account information over a connection that is not secure. SNMP v1 and v2c agents can coexist with the SNMP v3 agent.
Network Statistics This page is used to display counter values and other status information currently stored on the HP Jetdirect print server. This information is often useful to diagnose performance and operational problems associated with the network or network device.
Protocol Info This page provides a list of various network configuration settings on the HP Jetdirect print server for each protocol. Use these lists to validate your desired settings. Configuration Page This page provides a view of the HP Jetdirect configuration page that contains a summary of HP Jetdirect status and configuration information.
Help The Help page in the Networking tab provides a quick summary of the HP Jetdirect embedded Web server features. In the Help page, a link to the latest information on the embedded Web server is provided (Internet access is required).
The HP Jetdirect print server contains an LPD (Line Printer Daemon) Server module to support LPD printing. This chapter describes how to configure the HP Jetdirect print server for use with various systems that support LPD printing. These instructions include:...
Line Printer Daemon (LPD) refers to the protocol and programs associated with line-printer spooling services that may be installed on various TCP/IP systems. Some of the widely used systems in which the HP Jetdirect print server functionality supports LPD include: Berkeley-based (BSD) UNIX systems...
3. Printing a test file. The following sections provide detailed descriptions for each step. Step 1. Setting Up IP Parameters To set up IP parameters on the HP Jetdirect print server, refer to Chapter 3. For more information on TCP/IP networks, refer to...
(user-defined print queues can be set up through Telnet, embedded Web server, If the queue name is not one of the above, the HP Jetdirect print server assumes it to be raw1. Step 3. Printing a Test File Print a test file using the LPD commands.
LPD on UNIX Systems Configuring Print Queues for BSD-based Systems Edit the /etc/printcap file to include the following entries: printer_name|short_printer_name:\ :lp=:\ :rm=node_name:\ :rp=remote_printer_name_argument:\ (this should be text, raw, binps, auto, or user-defined) :lf=/usr/spool/lpd/error_log_filename:\ :sd=/usr/spool/lpd/printer_name: where printer_name identifies the printer to the user, node_name identifies the printer on the network, and remote_printer_name_argument is the print queue designation.
:sd=/usr/spool/lpd/lj1_raw: If your printer does not support automatic switching between PostScript, PCL, and HP-GL/2 languages, use the printer's control panel (if the printer has one) to select the printer language or rely on the application to select the printer language via commands embedded in the print data.
PostScript, or other printer language) files. Before you execute the SAM program, select an IP address for the HP Jetdirect print server and set up an entry for it in the /etc/hosts file on your system running HP-UX. 1. Start the SAM utility as a superuser.
Examples (for BSD-based systems): lpq -Ptext1 lpq -Praw1 For HP-UX systems, substitute lpstat for lpq -P to get print status. This completes the process for configuring the HP Jetdirect print server to use LPD.
LPD on Windows NT/2000 Systems This section describes how to configure Windows NT/2000 networks to use the HP Jetdirect LPD (Line Printer Daemon) services. The process consists of two parts: Installing TCP/IP software (if not already installed). Configuring a network LPD printer.
2. If you have not previously installed the software: Windows 2000—In the Local Area Connection Properties window, click Install. In the Select Network Component Type window, select Protocol and click Add to add the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Follow the instructions on the screen. NT 4.0—Click the Add button for each tab and install the TCP/IP Protocol and the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service.
Enter the DNS name or IP address of the HP Jetdirect print server. b. For the name of the printer or print queue on the HP Jetdirect print server, enter (in lowercase) raw, text, auto, binps, or the name of a user-defined print queue...
Note The HP Jetdirect print server treats text files as unformatted text or ASCII files. Files that are raw are formatted files in PCL, PostScript, or HP-GL/2 printer languages. If the queue type is binps, the PostScript interpreter is instructed to interpret the print job as binary PostScript data.
5. Select LPR Port, and click New Port. 6. In the Name or address of server providing lpd box, type the IP address or DNS name of the HP Jetdirect print server. NT clients can enter the IP address or name of the Note NT server that is configured for LPD printing.
Add Printer utility in the Printers folder. LPD on Windows XP Systems This section describes how to configure Windows XP networks to use the HP Jetdirect LPD (Line Printer Daemon) services. The process consists of two parts: Adding Windows Optional Networking Components Configuring a Network LPD Printer.
Type the Domain Name System (DNS) name or Internet protocol (IP) address of the HP Jetdirect print server. b. Type (in lowercase) the name of the print queue for the HP Jetdirect print server (for example: raw, text, auto, or binps.)
New Port. 5. In the field labeled Name or address of server providing lpd, enter the DNS name or IP address of the HP Jetdirect print server. 6. In the dialog box labeled Name of printer or print queue on that...
Assigning an IP Address Before you can set up a printer for LPR printing, assign an IP address to the printer or print server. Use the HP LaserJet Utility to configure the printer IP address as follows: 1. Double-click HP LaserJet Utility in the HP LaserJet folder.
OK. The default name is the printer's IP address, and the default location is on the desktop. 11. Exit the program. For the latest information on using the HP Jetdirect LPD services from Mac OS systems, search for “LPR printing” at Apple Computer's Tech Info Library Web site at http://til.info.apple.com.
HP Jetdirect-connected printer. In an FTP printing session, the client connects and sends a print file to the HP Jetdirect FTP server which in turn passes the print file to the printer.
Print Files The HP Jetdirect FTP server transfers print files to the printer but does not interpret them. For proper printing, print files must be in a language recognized by the printer (such as PostScript, PCL, or unformatted text). For formatted print jobs, you must first print to a file from your application using the driver for the selected printer, then transfer the print file to the printer through an FTP session.
Control Connection Using standard FTP, a control connection is opened by the client to the FTP server on the HP Jetdirect print server. FTP control connections are used to exchange commands between the client and the FTP server. The HP Jetdirect print server supports up to four control connections (or FTP sessions) simultaneously.
In addition, the available HP Jetdirect ports for printing will be displayed. HP Jetdirect internal print server cards provide a single port (Port 1). HP Jetdirect external print servers with multiple ports will display all available ports, with Port1 the default port.
Commands Table 6.1 summarizes commands available to the user during an FTP printing session. Table 6.1 User Commands for HP Jetdirect FTP Server (1 of 2) Command user <username> cd <port#> cd / quit put <filename>...
Table 6.1 User Commands for HP Jetdirect FTP Server (2 of 2) Command ascii Ctrl C rhelp remotehelp ENWW Description Configures an FTP ASCII file transfer. HP Jetdirect print servers support only non-print format control for character transfers (standard values for spacing and margins are used).
HP Color LaserJet 4500” ftp> cd port1 250 Changed directory to “/PORT1” ftp> pwd 257 “/PORT1” is current directory. “HP Color LaserJet 4500” ftp> bin 200 Type set to I. Using binary mode to transfer files. ftp> put d:\atlas\temp\ftp_test.ps 200 PORT command successful.
Security features are provided that can help to minimize unauthorized access to network configuration parameters and other data stored on HP Jetdirect print servers. The features may differ depending on the version of firmware resident on the print server. CAUTION...
Network Protocol Control Network printing, printing services, device discovery, and management protocols on the HP Jetdirect print server can be enabled or disabled. By disabling unused or unnecessary protocols, unauthorized access through applications that use these protocols can be prevented.
IP Access Control List Specifies up to 10 host systems, or networks of host systems, that are allowed access to the HP Jetdirect print server and the attached network device. Access is generally limited to host systems specified in the list.
Summary of HP Jetdirect Security Features (3 of 3) SNMP v1/v2c Set Community Name (IP/IPX) (SNMP v1/v2c only) A password on the HP Jetdirect print server that allows incoming SNMP Set commands (for example, from management software) to write (or set ) HP Jetdirect configuration parameters.
Using Security Features Access to HP Jetdirect configuration parameters can be controlled through combined use of the available security features. provides examples of various settings and the associated level of access control. Table 7.2 Settings for Access Control Settings Accessible through HTTP...
Table 7.2 Settings for Access Control Settings Unused protocols disabled HTTPS access enabled using certificates issued by trusted sources Wireless Jetdirect print servers configured for 802.1x EAP authentication that use dynamic encryption SNMP v3 enabled, SNMP v1/v2c disabled Telnet disabled Passwords set The Access Control List contains specified entries and...
Printer problems HP Jetdirect hardware installation and connection problems Network-related problems To troubleshoot your HP Jetdirect print server, you may need the following items: A Jetdirect configuration page (see A Printer Configuration or Diagnostic Page Documentation that came with your printer...
HP LaserJet Printer with Internal EIO Print Server In most cases, the HP Jetdirect internal print server can be reset to factory defaults when a cold-reset is performed on the printer. For selected HP LaserJet printers, a cold-reset is performed by power cycling the printer while pressing the Go button.
HP Jetdirect Internal LIO Print Servers Reset HP Jetdirect LIO print servers by holding down the Test button on the print server while inserting the print server into the LIO slot. Because the LIO print server receives its power from the printer, the printer must be turned on.
General Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Chart - Assessing the Problem Figure 8.1 Assessing the Problem Troubleshooting the HP Jetdirect Print Server 191 ENWW...
Make sure the printer is turned on. Make sure the HP Jetdirect print server is installed correctly. 4. Is the form feed light on (where applicable)? If the form feed light is on, it may indicate that a Form Feed was not sent with the print data, and that data is waiting for a Form Feed to print.
The HP Jetdirect configuration page is an important troubleshooting tool. The information on this page reveals the status of your network and the HP Jetdirect print server. The ability to print a configuration page provides an indication that the printer is operating correctly. See on the HP Jetdirect configuration page.
For internal Jetdirect cards, turn the printer off and back on again. Reinstall the HP Jetdirect print server to ensure it is installed correctly, and verify all connectors are fully mated. If possible, print an HP Jetdirect configuration page and verify all configuration parameters.
3. Does a 40 ERROR appear on the printer’s control panel display? The HP Jetdirect print server detected a break in the data communications. When this error occurs, the printer goes offline. A break in communications may result from the physical network connection being disrupted or the server going down.
This information assumes you have already printed a Jetdirect configuration page. 1. Are there any physical connection problems between the workstation or file server and the HP Jetdirect print server? Verify network cabling, connections, and router configurations. Verify that network cable lengths meet network specifications.
7. Is your protocol enabled on the HP Jetdirect print server? Check the status of your protocol on the Jetdirect configuration page. See Chapter 9 (On TCP/IP networks, you can also use the embedded Web server to check status of other protocols. See 8.
12. Does the printer appear in HP Web Jetadmin or other management application? Verify network and HP Jetdirect settings on the Jetdirect configuration page. See configuration page. Confirm the network settings for the printer using the printer control panel (for printers with control panels).
The Network Name (SSID) is case-sensitive. Be sure to specify “hpsetup” using lowercase characters. The HP Jetdirect print server is turned on and operating properly (print a Jetdirect configuration page). You are within range of the HP Jetdirect print server.
My Configured Channel Does Not Match the Configuration Page (Ad Hoc mode only) The HP configuration tools allow you to select channel 10 (default) or 11 on the HP Jetdirect wireless print server. This channel is only used by the print server to broadcast its Network Name (SSID) if it fails to detect and join an existing wireless network.
Unable to Use the HP Jetdirect Wireless Setup Wizard The HP Jetdirect Wireless Setup Wizard (Windows) is used to configure the HP Jetdirect wireless print server with wireless network connection settings to access your network. If you are unable to use this wizard, refer to other options described in the HP Jetdirect Administrator’s Guide for this print server...
Access Point’s antenna will improve the range and performance of all wireless devices. Add an external antenna to the HP Jetdirect wireless print server (if it supports one). In most office environments, elevating the print server’s external antenna will improve its range and performance.
If Server-Based Authentication Is Not Used If a firmware download failure occurs on an HP Jetdirect wireless print server that is not configured for server-based authentication, simply restart the download process and try again. If it is powered off/on, the print server will regain its previous configuration prior to the download failure.
3. Configure the wireless network settings on the computer to match the default settings on the HP Jetdirect wireless print server: Communication Mode: Ad Hoc Network Name (SSID): hpsetup Encryption (WEP): <disabled or turned off> Note Due to the state of the HP Jetdirect wireless print...
(ASCII, PCL, PostScript, HP-GL/2, or text) for the printer defined in the :rp tag in the printcap file. 6. If the test file does not print, do the following: Check printcap entries.
(Example: power is turned off to fix a paper jam.) Use the HP-UX command lpstat -Pqname to find out if the queue has been disabled after the printer has powered up again or the connection is reestablished.
Network statistics gathered by the print server are also provided. The HP Jetdirect configuration page may be printed directly on the attached printer. The format of the Jetdirect configuration page depends on:...
Configuration Page Format A typical Jetdirect configuration page is illustrated in Figure 9.1. The configuration page information provided will vary depending on the print server. Figure 9.1 Typical Jetdirect Configuration Page HP Jetdirect Configuration Page 208 ENWW...
Section Name HP Jetdirect Identifies the HP Jetdirect print server and provides general status. Configuration or For information on items in this section, see General...
The model number of the HP Jetdirect print server (for example, J6057A) The 12-digit hexadecimal network hardware (MAC) address of the HP Jetdirect print server installed in the printer or device. This address is assigned by the manufacturer. The firmware revision number of the HP Jetdirect print server currently installed in the printer.
HP Jetdirect 10/100TX port is enabled (ON) or disabled (OFF). ON (default): The HP Jetdirect print server will attempt to automatically configure itself onto the network at the proper speed (10 or 100 Mbps) and mode (half or full duplex).
USB Printer Settings This section applies to HP Jetdirect external print servers with USB printer connections only. USB information on the HP Jetdirect configuration page is described in some information may not be available. Table 9.2 USB Settings Message Device Name...
SSID. Check your specified SSID, or check status of the Access Point (Infrastructure mode) or other wireless devices. The print server will continue to scan for the specified SSID. HP Jetdirect Configuration Page 213...
Infrastructure Mode: The MAC address or name of the Access Point to which the Jetdirect wireless print server is connected. Ad Hoc Mode: A random number or name generated by the initiator of the Ad Hoc network. HP Jetdirect Configuration Page 214...
EAP: (Infrastructure mode only) IEEE 802.1x Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) uses network authentication servers for client access. HP Jetdirect EAP support includes LEAP, PEAP, EAP-MD5, EAP-TLS, and EAP-TTLS authentication protocols. An authentication failure may indicate that the EAP authentication server has rejected the print server’s authentication requests.
Specifies whether an IP Administrator password has been configured on the print server. This password is shared by Telnet, the embedded Web server, and HP Web Jetadmin to control access to print server configuration parameters. Up to 16 case-sensitive, alphanumeric characters can be used.
(“p”) enabled. Specifies whether an SNMP set community name has been configured on the HP Jetdirect print server. An SNMP set community name is a password for write access to SNMP control functions (SNMP SetRequests) on the HP Jetdirect print server.
A large number may indicate a cabling problem on the network. Total number of Token Ring frames received by the HP Jetdirect print server with code violations or CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) errors. A large number may indicate faulty cabling on your network.
Frame Status (FS) field. The number of Token Ring frames received with frame length errors. The number of Token Ring frames lost. Total number of times a violation of the token-passing protocol has been detected. HP Jetdirect Configuration Page 219...
LAN hardware (MAC) address. The Internet Protocol (IP) address assigned to the HP Jetdirect print server. This is a required entry for operation of the print server on a TCP/IP network. During initialization, a temporary value 0.0.0.0 is displayed. After two minutes, a default IP address 169.254/16 or...
If not provided, the IP address of the Jetdirect print server is used. NOT SPECIFIED: Indicates that a default gateway is not configured. Identifies how the HP Jetdirect print server obtained its IP configuration: BOOTP: Automatic configuration through a BOOTP server. BOOTP/TFTP: Automaticautomatic configuration through a BOOTP server and TFTP configuration file.
NOT SPECIFIED: Indicates that a TFTP server has not been not been set. The name of the HP Jetdirect configuration file. The file pathname may be truncated to fit on two lines. NOT SPECIFIED: Indicates that a file was not specified in the BOOTP reply from the host.
WEB JETADMIN URL: ENWW Description If the HP Jetdirect print server is found on the network by HP Web Jetadmin, the URL of the host system used for HP Web Jetadmin services is displayed. The URL is limited to two lines and may be truncated.
TYPE: ENWW Description Indicates the current IPX/SPX protocol status. READY: Indicates the HP Jetdirect print server is awaiting data over IPX/SPX. DISABLED: Indicates that IPX/SPX was manually disabled. INITIALIZING: Indicates that the print server is registering the node address or name. An additional status message may also be displayed.
Description The first column (Network) indicates the network number associated with a protocol frame type used for communication between a server and the HP Jetdirect print server. UNKNOWN: Indicates that the HP Jetdirect print server is still trying to determine which network number to use.
NetWare network organized in a hierarchical tree structure. NOT SPECIFIED or blank: NDS is disabled. Displays the fully qualified NDS name where the HP Jetdirect print server object resides in the NDS tree. For example: CN=lj_pserver.OU=support.OU=mycity.OU=mycompany NOT SPECIFIED or blank: NDS is disabled.
NOT SPECIFIED or blank: A NetWare server has not been configured. (Job Poll Interval) Specifies the time interval (seconds) that the HP Jetdirect print server waits to check for print jobs in a print queue. The default is 2 seconds. Specifies the time interval (seconds) that the HP Jetdirect print server waits between Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) broadcasts on the network.
The type of the printer being advertised on the network. Two types can be displayed. NETWORK NUMBER: Identifies the AppleTalk Network Number on which the HP Jetdirect print server is currently operating. NODE NUMBER: Identifies the AppleTalk Node Number that the print server chose for itself as part of its initialization sequence.
STATUS: ENWW Description Indicates the current DLC/LLC protocol status. READY: Indicates the HP Jetdirect print server is awaiting data. DISABLED: Indicates that DLC/LLC was manually disabled. INITIALIZING: Indicates that the print server is registering the node address or name. An additional status message may also be displayed.
Ring Failure: The HP Jetdirect print server times out when attempting a ring purge after becoming the active monitor; that is, the HP Jetdirect print server is unable to receive its own ring purge data frames. Ring Beaconing: The HP Jetdirect print server receives a beacon data frame after physically inserting into the ring.
The following Ring Status may be detected: Ring Recovery: The HP Jetdirect print server has received claim-token data frames on the ring. The HP Jetdirect print server may be transmitting the claim-token frames. Single Station: The HP Jetdirect print server has sensed that it is the only station on the ring.
During self-test, the HP Jetdirect print server detected an internal loopback test error. The print server may be faulty. If the error persists, replace the HP Jetdirect print server. The HP Jetdirect print server is incorrectly connected to your network or is defective. Make sure your HP Jetdirect print server is correctly attached to your network.
(Token Ring) The HP Jetdirect print server could not insert into the ring and join the network. Check the data rate switch on the HP Jetdirect print server to make sure it is set correctly. For information on setting the data rate switch, see the HP Jetdirect internal print server hardware installation guides.
REBOOT 14 DISCONNECTED 15 CONFIGURATION ERROR 16 NOT CONFIGURED (Ethernet) The HP Jetdirect print server has not been ENWW Description (Wired Ethernet) There may be a problem with your network cabling or the HP Jetdirect print server. Check the cabling and connectors on your network.
NOT DEFINED ENWW Description (Ethernet) The HP Jetdirect print server was unable to find the NetWare print server (Remote Printer mode) or file server (Queue Server mode). (There was no response to service queries for advertising print servers or file servers that matched the configured print server or file server name.)
CONNECT TO SERVER 1E FAIL RESERVING PRINTER NUM 1F ERR NEGOTIATING BUFFER SIZE 20 UNABLE TO LOGIN A failure was detected when the HP Jetdirect print server 21 UNABLE TO SET PASSWORD 22 UNABLE TO CONNECT TO SERVER ENWW Description...
The print server sent some data when the HP Jetdirect print server had not given its permission to do so. This indicates a possible print server problem, possibly a software problem.
The file server on the network cannot be located. The server may not be running at this time or a communications problem may exist. The HP Jetdirect print server object cannot be located in the specified NDS context. Cannot locate a list of printers objects that should be assigned to the print server object.
Print Server Object Name mismatch. Unable to read the print server’s public key. Verify object names. Verify that the object key assigned to the HP Jetdirect print server is a print server object and not a printer or other object.
TFTP ERROR packet to the print server. The TFTP transfer of the configuration file from the host to the HP Jetdirect print server failed with the local print server encountering some form of inactivity timeout, or excessive retransmissions situation.
The tagsize in a vendor-specific field in the BOOTP reply is either 0, or greater than the remaining number of unprocessed bytes in the vendor-specified area. The HP Jetdirect print server is currently in the process of obtaining its basic IP configuration information through BOOTP/RARP.
(for example, the embedded Web server) using non-English languages. The HP Jetdirect print server is trying to connect to the NetWare server(s). This is a normal message. Wait until either the connection is established or another status message appears.
That task can be performed by higher level protocols and applications thereby allowing IP communications to be efficient. Each node or device that will communicate directly onto the network requires an IP address, including HP Jetdirect-connected devices. ENWW...
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) TCP handles breaking the data into packets and recombining the packets on the receiving end by providing a connection-oriented, reliable, and guaranteed delivery service to another node on the network. When data packets are received at their destination, TCP calculates a checksum for each packet to verify the data is not corrupt.
IP Address: (Network Portion) Network addresses are managed by an organization in Norfolk, Virginia recognized as InterNIC. InterNIC has been contracted by the National Science Foundation to manage the Internet addresses and domains. Network addresses are distributed to organizations that are in turn responsible for making sure all attached devices or hosts on the network are properly numbered.
IP Address Structure and Class An IP address is comprised of 32 bits of information and divided into 4 sections containing 1 byte each section or 4 bytes total: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx For efficiency in routing, networks were broken down into three classes, so routing can begin simply by identifying the leading byte of information in the IP address.
For configuration methods, see Chapter When powered on, a new HP Jetdirect print server that is unable to retrieve a valid IP address from the network will automatically assign itself a default IP address. The default IP address will depend on the type of network to which the print server is connected.
Subnets When an IP network address for a particular network class is assigned to an organization, no provision is made for more than one network being present at that location. Local network administrators use subnets to partition a network into several different subnetworks.
The messages are processed depending on their priority and on how syslogd is set up to operate. You can configure the HP Jetdirect print server with the syslog server’s IP address. When a syslog server is configured, both the HP Jetdirect print server and attached device can send syslog messages using UDP.
UDP does not guarantee delivery of messages. The HP Jetdirect print server attempts to eliminate duplicate messages (to minimize unnecessary network traffic). The volume of messages sent by the HP Jetdirect print server is configurable. Methods to configure HP Jetdirect syslog parameters include BOOTP, DHCP, Telnet, the embedded Web server, and management software.
Typical logfile entries of syslog messages are illustrated below: Oct 22 08:10:33 jd08 printer: error cleared Oct 22 15:06:07 jd04 printer: powered up Oct 22 15:07:56 jd04 printer: offline or intervention needed Oct 22 15:08:58 jd04 printer: error cleared Oct 24 17:52:27 jd37 printer: powered up Oct 24 18:28:13 jd37 printer: printer is disconnected Oct 24 18:37:46 jd07 printer: error cleared Oct 24 18:38:42 jd37 printer: powered up...
When you use an HP Jetdirect wireless print server to connect your printer to your network, you can improve the location flexibility of the printer (compared to a wired network connection), and you can save on network cabling costs.
Basic HP Jetdirect Wireless Concepts To assist in your installation of the HP Jetdirect wireless print servers on an IEEE 802.11b wireless LAN, this section provides an overview of some basic concepts that you may find helpful. For more information, refer to the documentation provided with your computer's wireless network interface card or with your Access Point, and to the IEEE 802.11b standards and related sources.
In addition, the distance between a wireless device and the Access Point will affect performance; longer distances degrade data transmission rates. ENWW Access Point in enterprise workgroup Residential Gateway as Access Point Access Point as Wireless Repeater HP Jetdirect 802.11b Wireless Print Servers 254...
Jetdirect Peer-to-Peer printing refers to a client's direct print path to a printer, without routing through a network server to a shared printer. Note that HP Jetdirect Peer-to-Peer printing can be used on either Infrastructure or Ad Hoc (Peer-to-Peer) mode wireless topologies.
(channels 10 or 11) until it associates with the specified network. In Infrastructure Mode, the channel will be determined by the Access Point to which the print server connects. The HP Jetdirect print server, as with other clients, will adapt its channel to the one required.
HP Jetdirect print servers support a broadcast SSID, sometimes called a zero-length or “blank” SSID. If a blank SSID is configured in Infrastructure mode, the print server will attempt to associate with the network SSIDs detected, starting with the strongest signal.
Consequently, the authentication method is closely associated with encryption options also used on the network. The authentication methods supported by the HP Jetdirect wireless print servers include: EAP/PSK. Open System. Open System authentication is used when positive validation of a device's identity is not required for network access.
Protocol) is used on networks that use authentication servers, such as a RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service, RFC 2138) server, for client authentication on a network. HP Jetdirect 802.11b wireless print servers support popular authentication methods based on EAP, including: LEAP (Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol).
Or certificates may be “self-signed”, which is similar to validating your own identity. To support EAP/PSK and selected EAP/802.1x authentication methods, an HP Jetdirect print server may need to contain one or both of the following certificates: CA Certificate. A certificate from a trusted Certificate Authority (CA) is used to validate certificate information received from an authentication server.
The HP Jetdirect print server can store up to four static WEP keys, although only one is active at a time. These WEP keys will remain the same (hence, static) until the network administrator changes them.
EAP/802.1x authentication methods PEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS. Robust Encryption provides for dynamic WPA and WEP encryption protocols. If WPA dynamic encryption is not supported by your HP Jetdirect wireless print server, EAP/PSK authentication and Robust Encryption selections will not be available.
Installation Overview To connect and install a network printer using an HP Jetdirect wireless print server, you must complete these tasks: Connect the Print Server Hardware to the Printer Configure a Wireless Connection to Your Network Install the Printer on Your Network Systems Connect the Print Server Hardware to the Printer 1.
Configure a Wireless Connection to Your Network To be able to communicate on your network, the HP Jetdirect print server must have a wireless connection to your network. To set up the print server with a wireless connection, you must first configure it with wireless settings for your network.
To Set Up Your Wireless Computer for Jetdirect Communications To initially communicate with your new HP Jetdirect wireless print server, you may need to do the following: 1. Run your wireless client manager or wireless NIC configuration utility. 2. Change your computer's wireless network settings to match the...
Using Your Web Browser (Windows and Mac OS) Using the HP Jetdirect Wireless Setup Wizard (Windows). To use the HP Jetdirect Wireless Setup wizard, your wireless computer must be running one of the following operating systems: Microsoft Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003.
HP Jetdirect wireless print server with a connection to your Mac OS network. To use this utility, the HP Jetdirect wireless print server must be in a factory-default state. Proceed as follows: 1. Insert the CD-ROM into your Mac OS system.
(This means that there must be a match between the network identification of your system to that of the HP Jetdirect print server. If the print server is configured with its default IP address, for example 169.254/16 or 220.127.116.11, a route may not exist.)
5. Open your Web browser and enter the IP address set on the HP Jetdirect print server as the URL. Communication with the print server is established when the Jetdirect print server’s embedded Web pages are displayed. Note If the Jetdirect embedded Web pages fail to display, try disabling the Web proxy server if your computer’s Web browser is configured to use one.
TCP/IP networking settings (such as an IP address). For information on TCP/IP networking, Appendix 1. Inspect your HP Jetdirect configuration page (see verify that your computer’s wireless network settings match the factory-default wireless settings on the HP Jetdirect print server.
HP Jetdirect print server. 3. If necessary, change the computer’s IP address so that it is on the same IP subnet as the HP Jetdirect print server. For example, if the default IP address of the print server is 18.104.22.168, you could use 22.214.171.124 on the computer.
Preferred Network, to match the Network Name (SSID) of the Jetdirect print server. Then click Apply Now. 4. Open your Web browser and enter the IP address of the HP Jetdirect print server as the URL. Communication with the print server is established when the Jetdirect print server’s embedded Web pages are displayed.
If you change the IP address and click Apply, you may lose communications with the print server. To reconnect, use the new IP address. 8. When your HP Jetdirect print server has been configured with your wireless network settings, click Apply. By default, AppleTalk should be enabled (click the Note AppleTalk tab for verification).
Install the Printer on Your Network To Verify the Wireless Network Connection When you have configured the HP Jetdirect print server with a wireless connection to your network, your network computers should be able to communicate with the printer. If so, you can then use printer installation software to install the printer on each system that will send print jobs directly to the printer.
(for example, Windows Add Printer or Macintosh Chooser), or HP-supplied utilities. HP utilities include the HP Install Network Printer Wizard for Microsoft Windows systems, and the HP LaserJet Utility for Apple Macintosh systems. These utilities are included on the HP Jetdirect CD-ROM and incorporated into printing system utilities supplied with many HP printers.
The HP Jetdirect Control Panel Menu Introduction When supported by the printer, HP Jetdirect internal print servers contain a configuration menu that can be accessed from the printer’s control panel. The keystrokes to access this menu from the printer control panel depend on the printer. Refer to the printer manuals for more information.
Selects whether or not you want to access the Jetdirect menu. NO (default): Bypass the HP Jetdirect menu. YES: Access the HP Jetdirect menu. You must change this to YES* each time you want to access the menu. CFG 802.11B= (802.11b wireless print servers only) Selects whether or not you...
Table C.1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu (2 of 6) Menu Item Description SSID: Choose one of the following selections: CFG SSID: This item appears if SSID=<CUSTOM> was set. At the SSID= prompt, enter a custom SSID, one character at a time.
Table C.1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu (3 of 6) Menu Item Description CFG EAP: This item appears if AUTH.=EAP was set. Choose one of the following: NO (default): Bypass EAP configuration. YES: Enable (ON) or disable (OFF) the EAP protocol used on your network.
Table C.1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu (4 of 6) Menu Item Description ENCRYPT: For static WEP encryption, this item appears if AUTH.=OPEN (Open System), AUTH.=SHARED (Shared Key), or EAP-MD5=ON. Choose an encryption level: TX KEY: This item appears if you selected 128- or 64-bit encryption and is used to specify the active transmit key.
Table C.1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu (5 of 6) Menu Item Description CFG TCP/IP= Selects whether you want to access the TCP/IP menu and set TCP/IP protocol parameters. NO (default): Bypass the TCP/IP menu items. YES: Access the TCP/IP menu items.
Table C.1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu (6 of 6) Menu Item Description CFG LINK= (10/100Base-TX print servers only) Selects whether you want to manually configure the HP Jetdirect print server’s network link. NO (default): Bypass the link configuration menu items.
On graphical control panels, a numeric keypad and navigation buttons are used to access HP Jetdirect menu items. For a description of menu items and options, see Table C.2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (1 of 7)
Table C.2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (2 of 7) Menu Item Options AUTHENTICATION CONFIGURE EAP ENWW Description of settings Choose one of the following authentication methods for your network: OPEN SYSTEM: Network authentication is not required or used.
Table C.2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (3 of 7) Menu Item Options SECURITY CONFIGURE PSK ENWW Description of settings This menu is displayed only if EAP Authentication has been selected. Set the following parameters: USER NAME: Enter a User Name for the device.
Table C.2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (4 of 7) Menu Item Options ENCRYPTION CONFIGURE KEYS RESET 802.11b ENWW Description of settings This menu is displayed if you selected Open System, Shared Key, or EAP-MD5 authentication. Choose your static WEP key encryption level: 128-BIT WEP: Selects 104/128-bit WEP.
Table C.2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (5 of 7) Menu Item Options TCP/IP ENABLE HOST NAME CONFIG METHOD DHCP RELEASE DHCP RENEW ENWW Description of settings ON: Enable the TCP/IP protocol OFF: Disable the TCP/IP protocol An alphanumeric string, up to 32 characters, used to identify the device.
Table C.2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (6 of 7) Menu Item Options MANUAL SETTINGS (Available only if CONFIG METHOD is set to DNS SERVER IPX/SPX ENABLE FRAME TYPE SOURCE ROUTING ENWW Description of settings MANUAL) Configure parameters directly from the printer control panel: IP ADDRESS n.n.n.n: The unique IP...
Table C.2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (7 of 7) Menu Item Options ATALK ENABLE DLC/LLC ENABLE SECURE RESET SECURITY LINK SPEED ENWW Description of settings (Ethernet/Fast Ethernet only) ON: Enable the AppleTalk protocol OFF: Disable the AppleTalk protocol...
46 identifying 221 BOOTP/DHCP IN PROGRESS BOOTP/RARP IN PROGRESS 241 browsers embedded web server 105 HP Web JetAdmin 23 BSD systems LPD printing 161 BURST ERRORS RCVD 218 CA certificate 145, 260 embedded Web server 116 Cert Expires 216...
UNKNOWN KEYWORD 240 channel wireless communications 83, 113, 255, 256 Chooser, Apple 35, 197 clients, supported HP IP/IPX Printer Gateway 30 Internet Printer Connection 26 software solutions 17 cold-reset 189 Communication Mode classic control panel 277 embedded Web server 113...
EAP-MD5 12, 115, 259 EAP-TLS 12, 115, 259 EAP-TTLS 12, 84, 115, 259 EIO control panel menu 277 embedded Web server HP Web JetAdmin 105 HTTPS security 151, 183 LPD setup 133 NetWare objects 108 TFTP configuration file 58 upgrading firmware 132...
Host Access List, See Access List HOST NAME 220 BOOTP tag 48 embedded Web server 120 Telnet 86 TFTP file 54 HP IP/IPX printer gateway for NDPS 29 HP Jetdirect cold-reset 189 configuration page messages configuration page, how to print 193...
Index IP address 220 Bootptab file 47 configuring 247 default 39 embedded Web server 106, 120 erasing through Telnet 100 printer control panel 101 resetting 189 TCP/IP overview 244 IP, See TCP/IP IP/IPX printer gateway 29 Internet Printer Connection 18, 26 TFTP configuration 55 ipv4-multicast embedded Web server 128, 154...
210 product list 8 Multicast Domain Name System (mDNS) embedded Web server 128, 154 Telnet 90 TFTP 57 NDPS, See HP IP/IPX printer gateway for NDPS ENWW AUTHENTICATION ERROR CONNECTION STATE ERROR 239 Context 226 PRINT OBJ QUEUE LIST...
EIO control panel menu 277, supported 8 PRINT SERVER NOT DEFINED printcap file 161 printer control panel 101, 276 printer gateway, See HP IP/IPX printer gateway for NDPS PRINTER NUMBER IN USE 235 PRINTER NUMBER NOT DEFINED 235 printer, selecting with Apple...
189 RING BEACONING 230 FAILURE 230 RECOVERY 231 Robust Encryption dynamic encryption 85, 119, SAM (HP-UX) print queues 163 SAP Interval 227 SCANNING FOR SSID 233 Secure Web configuration page entry 216 embedded Web server 151 Telnet configuration 82...
LOGIN 236 SENSE NET NUMBER 237 SET PASSWORD 236 UNEXPECTED PSERVER DATA RCVD 237 UNICAST PACKETS RCVD 218 UNIX (HP-UX and Solaris) networks, LPD printing 157 UNKNOWN NCP RETURN CODE 237 UNSENDABLE PACKETS 218 upgrades (software, driver, and flash image) 14...
User Datagram Protocol (UDP) datagram port control 130 mDNS configuration 128, 154 Validity Period certificates 147 Web JetAdmin URL See also, HP Web JetAdmin configuration page entry 223 embedded Web server link 155 WEP 260 control panel 280, 286 embedded Web server 118...