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Xerox docuprint 100: install guide
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Preparing for installation
IP broadcast
address
Default router
Superuser
password
(UNIX root
password)
4-10
If you are on a TCP/IP network, assign a valid IP netmask.
If you are not on a TCP/IP network and you used the Xerox-
supplied IP address value (192.9.200.1), use 255.255.255.0
for the IP netmask.
Series of four integers between 0 and 255 separated by a period,
such as 255.255.255.0, to create an IP broadcast address. (Do
not use the IP address value.)
If you are on a TCP/IP network, assign a valid IP broadcast
address.
If you are not on a TCP/IP network, use the Xerox-supplied IP
broadcast address value (255.255.252.0), which is a plus (+)
sign.
Series of four integers between 0 and 255 separated by a period,
such as 188.9.234.1, to specify a default router. Most TCP/IP
networks broadcast routing information.
Specify a default router only if your network does not specify
broadcast routing information.
If the TCP/IP network does not broadcast routing information,
specify an IP address of an existing router that is on the same
subnet as the DocuPrint.
If you are not on a TCP/IP network, specify the default of
NONE.
Select a password to prevent unauthorized access to your
superuser account. You can select a series of any ASCII
characters, except those that your UNIX system interprets in a
special way. Passwords have no limits on the number of
characters, but the system uses only the first eight characters to
administer password security. The password selection you make
is case sensitive to the system.
CAUTION
Installation Planning Guide

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