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Xerox WorkCentre Pro 65 Network Installation Manual

Xerox workcentre pro 65: installation instruction
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WorkCentre Pro
604S14200
Network
Installation
Instructions
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  • Page 1: Network Installation

    WorkCentre Pro 604S14200 Network Installation Instructions Read this before installing ® 65/75/90...
  • Page 3 Distribute Materials Xerox installation personnel deliver, unpack, and install the printer. They identify the documentation needed to sup- port your printer. Materials may vary depending on model and options installed. Locate and distribute the following materials as instructed below. This document - For the System Administrator.
  • Page 4 CentreWare Print & Fax Drivers CD • TIFF/PDF Submission Tool • Font Management Utility • Xerox Printer Configuration Utility • Xerox Printer Installation Utility CentreWare Printer Management CD • Links to download Device Admin Wizard and Device Discovery •...
  • Page 5 Enable Scanning and E-mail Options If you only received Basic Network Scanning plus E-mail, follow the instructions in step 1. If you also received CentreWare Network Scanning (Standard or Deluxe), follow the instructions in steps 1 and 2. When these options are enabled, you can convert paper documents into digital images. The scanned images can be sent directly to network repositories or attached to an e-mail message sent directly from the printer.
  • Page 6 Enable the Fax Option Follow the steps below to make the printer a more complete part of your business process. Install the Network Fax software and any hardware on a network server using the vendor’s documentation that accompanied the Network Fax components. Establish the Fax repository.
  • Page 7 Enable the Network Accounting Option Follow the steps below to make the printer a more complete part of your business process. Set up the Network Accounting feature on your printer. Refer to the System Administration Guide (pdf file) located on the Customer Documentation CD in the CD Pack for details. Install and configure the Network Accounting software using your vendor’s documentation.
  • Page 8 Enable Universal Serial Bus Printing Follow the steps below to make the printer a more complete part of your business process. Verify the USB Print Kit has been installed and the USB Printer Port has been enabled by printing a Configuration Report.
  • Page 9 Enable Image Overwrite Security Follow the steps below to make the printer a more complete part of your business process. Image Overwrite Security enables On Demand Overwrite and Immediate Job Overwrite. to protect your classified or private information. • To enable and configure this security feature, follow the instructions on the Image Overwrite Security page included in this document.
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  • Page 11: 100Baset Ethernet

    100BaseT Ethernet Before You Connect to a 100BaseT Ethernet Network The printer Ethernet Interface has speed settings of 10Mbps (10 Megabits per second), 100Mbps (100 Megabits per second) and Auto (AutoSensing). If your network has hubs or concentrators that have Auto-Sensing enabled, it is possible that if the printer is set to Auto, the hub/concentrator will not arbitrate to the correct speed.
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  • Page 13: Before You Start

    Static (Manual) TCP/IP Addressing Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. NOTE: By default, DHCP is enabled on the printer. This card will show you how to disable DHCP and manually set your TCP/IP information.
  • Page 14 Static (Manual) TCP/IP Addressing Enable HTTP/IP. a) Press the HTTP/IPP button. b) Press Enable. c) Press Save Print a Configuration Report. a) Press the Close button three times b) Select System Settings. c) Select Configuration Report. d) Select Print Configuration Report Now. e) Press the Cancel button.
  • Page 15 Dynamic TCP/IP Address Assignment (DHCP/BOOTP/RARP) Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. NOTE: By default, DHCP is enabled on the printer. DHCP/BOOTP/RARP servers vary in the information that they return to the device requesting service.
  • Page 16 Dynamic TCP/IP Address Assignment (DHCP/BOOTP/RARP) To enter a Subnet Mask and Gateway Address... NOTE: The printer will only accept one Gateway address from a DHCP server. Press the Subnet and Gateway button. a) Press the soft buttons on the Touch Screen one at a time for each octet of the Subnet Mask and enter the numbers using the keypad.
  • Page 17 Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. NOTE: If you wish to connect your printer using NDPS, you may download the Xerox Gateway and printer drivers from www.xerox.com. The CentreWare software supplied with your printer can be used to set up your printer on your Novell network.
  • Page 18 Novell NetWare 4.X and 5.X NDS Set the Print Server Name and Password. a) Press the Print Server button. b) Press the Print Server Name button and use the Touch Screen keyboard to enter the name you assigned to your print server (it is recommended you use all UPPER CASE characters).
  • Page 19 UNIX / Linux (Solaris/SunOS) (HP-UX) (AIX) Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. NOTE: By default, DHCP is enabled on the printer. This card will show you how to disable DHCP and manually set your TCP/IP information.
  • Page 20 CentreWare need not be installed to create a print device on the workstation. The extended device functions offered through Centre- Ware, however, may not be available as the operat- ing system manufacturer may not provide a Xerox printer model.
  • Page 21 Microsoft Windows 2000 LPR and IPP Printing Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. Your printer now has DHCP, LPR, and NetBIOS over the IP protocol enabled by default. If your DHCP server will provide host name, IP address, Gateway address, and Subnet Mask, the printer TCP/IP information will be con- figured on initial boot.
  • Page 22 Microsoft Windows 2000 LPR and IPP Printing Prepare for printer installation a) Proceed to the next section of this procedure called Go to the server and... Go to the Server/Workstation and... Verify the correct software is loaded a) At the Desktop, right mouse click the My Network Places icon and select Properties.
  • Page 23 Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Server (TCP/IP) Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. Your printer has DHCP enabled by default. If you have configured a DHCP server with TCP/IP information, you can connect your printer to your network and it will retrieve its TCP/IP information from the DHCP server when it is turned on.
  • Page 24 Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Server (TCP/IP) Prepare for print driver installation a) From the documentation package supplied with your printer, retrieve the CentreWare Network Services Pack. Proceed to the next section of this procedure called Go to the server and... Go to the server and...
  • Page 25 Microsoft Windows (NetBEUI) Peer-to-Peer Networks Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. Record the following information: Network Interface Type ___________________ Workgroup Name _______________________ SMB Host Name ________________________ Printer Name ___________________________ OPTIONAL INFORMATION: SMB Host Description ____________________...
  • Page 26 Microsoft Windows (NetBEUI) Peer-to-Peer Networks Prepare for print driver installation a) Print a Configuration Report to use in the remainder of the installation. b) Repeat Steps 2a and 2b c) Select System Settings. d) Select Configuration Report. e) Select Print Configuration Report Now. Press Cancel.
  • Page 27 WINS (Windows Internet Name Service) Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. Your printer now has DHCP, LPR, and NetBIOS over the IP protocol enabled by default. If your DHCP server will provide host name, IP address, Gateway address, and Subnet Mask, the printer TCP/IP information will be con- figured on initial boot.
  • Page 28 Notes 604P15500...
  • Page 29: Apple Macintosh (Appletalk)

    AppleTalk protocol from your Macintosh Computer. Follow the steps as shown. The AppleTalk name for your Xerox printer is set at the factory as the network interface address of the printer. If you prefer not to set the AppleTalk Name manually, you may use the PUtility program found on the CentreWare Network Services CD.
  • Page 30 Apple Macintosh (AppleTalk) Go to the workstation and... Use the CentreWare Print and Fax Drivers CD to install print drivers and the Macintosh PUtility on the workstation. Details for these procedures are contained in the leaflet entitled Getting Started with Network Service. Send a test job to the printer from an application program.
  • Page 31 Port 9100 TCP/IP Printing Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. Your printer has DHCP enabled by default. If your DHCP server is configured with the TCP/IP information for the printer, you should skip Steps 5 and 6 on this card and go to Step 7 to enable Port 9100 printing.
  • Page 32 Port 9100 TCP/IP Printing Go to a workstation and... Create a test job and send it to the printer with a workstation utility or through a queue on your operating system that supports Port 9100 print- ing. 2. Check your test job for quality and use the problem solving section of the Reference Guide (pdf file) located on the Customer Documentation CD for resolving print defects.
  • Page 33: E-Mail Authentication

    E-mail Before You Start Verify the Ethernet connection is complete and the desired speed is set. Then return to this page. In order for Scan to E-mail to work your printer must have: - E-mail and Network Scanning Installed - Network Access - TCP/IP Enabled - System (TCP/IP) Domain Name - Access to a functional SMTP Server...
  • Page 34: Configuring Email

    E-mail Select the plus symbol (+) to the left of the Protocols folder. Select SMTP Server. Enter the Host Name (requires DNS) or the IP Address of the SMTP Server and a valid E-mail Domain Name in the E-mail Address field. (e.g., x@mail.company.com).
  • Page 35 E-mail Public Address Book (Optional) Select the plus symbol (+) to the left of the Services folder. Select the plus symbol (+) to the left of the Internet Messaging folder. Select Public Address Book. Browse to the location where you will find the Address Book File (*.CSV).
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  • Page 37: Image Overwrite Security

    Ensures that all information related to a job is immediately overwritten after the successful completion of each job. After installation by a Xerox Customer Service Engineer, the feature should be set to On (enabled) by default. To view or change this setting, perform the following steps.
  • Page 38 Image Overwrite Security On Demand Overwrite from a workstation... 1. Launch an Internet Browser. 2. Enter the TCP/IP Address of your printer in the Address or Location field and press Enter. 3. At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page, Click the Properties tab or click Properties in the directory tree.
  • Page 39: E-Mail At A Glance

    E-mail at a Glance What is E-mail? The E-mail feature enables you to convert a hardcopy document into a PDF (Portable Document Format), single or multi-page TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) attachment and send it to an e-mail server to be distributed to individual or multiple e-mail addresses.
  • Page 40 NOTE: The User Authentication and Address Book (LDAP) optional features can be enabled independently or together. 604P15900 How E-mail works with the Xerox printer “To:” Peter in New York Network Authentication Server (e.g. NT Domain Controller) (Configurable Feature)
  • Page 41: Requirements For Operation

    • E-mail SMTP Server (Required for E-mail Operation): SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) A network server that contains the e-mail application and services required to send and receive SMTP e-mail. By default MS Exchange SMTP protocol is not enabled. If you enable SMTP on an MS Exchange server, it can then be used as an e-mail server.
  • Page 42 Notes 604P15900...

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