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Nps/Ips Network Installation Checklist - Xerox DocuPrint 100 Installation Planning Manual

Xerox docuprint 100: install guide
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NPS/IPS network installation checklist

Hostname
IP address
IP netmask
Installation Planning Guide
The DocuPrint NPS/IPS system is installed and configured by
your service representative. The service representative needs
certain information about your network environment to complete
the DocuPrint printer controller software installation. Use the
"Network preinstallation checklist" table in this chapter to gather
the necessary information for the installation.
Some of the items in the checklist may not apply to your
environment. Fill in those items that you know may apply, and
refer to your network administrator for information, if necessary.
NOTE: If you are installing the DocuPrint NPS/IPS in a Novell
NetWare environment, refer to this chapter and your Novell
network NPS/IPS administrator to assist you in completing the
checklist in the "Network preinstallation checklist" table.
The information you may need to provide is defined as follows:
A unique name that designates a node on the network. You may
use up to 32 characters: upper and lower case alpha (a-z and A-
Z), integers (0-9), and hyphens (-). The name you choose may
be the same as the printer name.
Series of four integers between 0 and 255 separated by a period,
such as 192.9.200.1, to create an IP address for the DocuPrint
system. (Do not use all zeros or designate 255 for all integers
when assigning an IP address.)
You must assign a unique, valid IP address for each TCP/IP
network to which the NPS/IPS is attached.
NOTE: To avoid routing problems that will slow down the
controller, the IP addresses you assign must belong on
different TCP/IP subnets, as determined by the IP subnet
netmask.
If you are not on a TCP/IP network, use the Xerox-supplied IP
address value (192.9.200.1), or the IP address value
assigned by your network administrator.
Series of four integers between 0 and 255 separated by a period,
such as 255.255.255.0 to create an IP netmask. (Do not use all
zeros or designate 255 for all integers when assigning an IP
netmask, and do not use the IP address value.)
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