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  • Page 1 Laser Beam Printer Network Guide Network Guide IMPORTANT: Read this manual carefully before using your printer. Save this manual for future reference.
  • Page 2 Network Guide...
  • Page 3: How This Manual Is Organized

    Adobe Systems Incorporated website. Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Abbreviations Used in This Manual ........vi...
  • Page 5 Uninstalling the Printer Driver ........2-77...
  • Page 6 Installing the Printer Driver ........5-14...
  • Page 7: Preface

    Reading these notes is highly recommended. Buttons Used in This Manual The following button names are a few examples of how buttons to be pressed are expressed in this manual: • Buttons on Computer Operation Screen: [Button Name]...
  • Page 8: Displays Used In This Manual

    Displays Used in This Manual Displays used in this manual may differ from those on your computer depending on the system environment. The buttons which you should press are marked with a as shown below. When multiple buttons can be pressed on the screen shot of computer operation screen, all buttons are marked.
  • Page 9: Legal Notices

    Copyright Copyright 2005 by Canon Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of...
  • Page 10: Disclaimers

    Disclaimers The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE OR AGAINST INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT.
  • Page 11: Before You Start

    Requisite Tasks Before Printing or Managing the Printing Operation ....1-2 Configuring the Printer to Print in a Network Environment ......1-2 Managing the Printer in the Network Environment .
  • Page 12: Requisite Tasks Before Printing Or Managing The Printing Operation

    For details on the procedure for installing the network board, see "User's Guide". I Installing the Printer Driver * There are two ways to install the printer driver. The procedures for setting the IP address or creating a port vary depending on the installation method. <Setting Up <Setting Up Manually>...
  • Page 13: Installing The Printer Driver

    I Performing the Protocol Settings for the Printer * Specify the protocol settings as needed. There are three kinds of methods to perform the protocol settings, and the specifiable options vary depending on the application. Protocol Settings Protocol Settings Protocol Settings...
  • Page 14: Managing The Printer In The Network Environment

    I Remote UI (See p. 3-3) The Remote UI is software that allows you to manage the printer using a web browser. By accessing the printer from the web browser via a network, you can check the printer status or job history, and configure the network or security settings.
  • Page 15: System Requirements

    Protocol: TCP/IP NOTE • When using Sound, a PC synthesizer (and the driver for PCM synthesizer) must be installed in your computer. Do not use a PC Speaker driver (speaker.drv etc.). • Installation of the printer driver on a Macintosh computer and printing operation from a Macintosh computer via a network are not supported.
  • Page 16: Remote Ui

    20 MB or more (PC/AT Compatibles) * As the amount of available memory varies depending on the system configuration of the computer or application you are using, the above environment does not guarantee printing in all cases. - System Requirements (recommended)
  • Page 17: Netspot Device Installer

    • A computer in which the above operating system can run I Hard Disk • Free disk space of 15 MB or more (When the software is to be installed on the computer) I Protocol • TCP/IP I Protocol Stack •...
  • Page 18 System Requirements...
  • Page 19: Setting Up The Network Environment For Printing

    Protocol Settings Using NetSpot Device Installer ........2-70...
  • Page 20: Installing The Capt Software

    ("NetSpot Device Installer" or "Print Monitor Installer"), the ARP/PING command or others, and then install the printer driver from [Add Printer Wizard]. IMPORTANT The printer driver is required for printing with this printer. Be sure to install the printer driver. NOTE For procedures for installing the CAPT software by connecting the printer and computer with a USB cable or by sharing the printer on a network, see "User's Guide".
  • Page 21 Administrators when starting up. Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. If the CD-ROM is already in the drive, eject the disk and re-insert it into the drive. IMPORTANT If CD-ROM Setup does not appear, select [Run] from the [Start] menu, enter "D:\English\MInst.exe", and then click [OK].
  • Page 22 Click [Install]. If you selected [Custom Installation] in Step 4, clear the [Online Manuals] check box, and then click [Install]. Click [Next]. Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 23 Confirm the contents and select [I accept the terms in the license agreement], and then click [Next]. Select [Search for Network Port to Install], then click [Next]. Click [Add/Delete]. Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 24 If the IP address of the printer has been already set, click [No]. If you want to clear the block and detect the printers in which the IP address has not been set yet, click [Yes].
  • Page 25 The MAC address is indicated on the reverse side of the network board (A) as shown in the following figure. ❑ Enter the IP address of the printer in the [Set IP Address] dialog box, then click [OK]. Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 26 - Click [Update Printer List]. The printers on the network are searched for again. - Click [Search by IP Address]. By entering the IP address of the printer to be installed in the displayed [Search by IP Address] dialog box and clicking [OK], the printer that has the entered IP address is searched for (Enter the IP address by separating the numbers with a period (.), for example, AAA.BBB.C.DD).
  • Page 27 Make sure that the name of this printer is added to [Printer List for Driver Installation]. G When you do not specify the settings for the printer information such as the printer sharing settings ❑ Click [Next]. G When you specify the settings for the printer information such as the printer sharing settings ❑...
  • Page 28 [Set as Default] check box. ❑ If you have selected the [Use as Shared Printer] check box, click [Details], and then specify the detailed settings for the shared printer. Change the share name as needed. If there is any computer on which Windows 98/Me runs on the network, select [Intel Windows 98/Me], then click [OK].
  • Page 29 ❑ Click [Next]. Click [Start]. If you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or another operating system equipped with Windows Firewall, the following screen is displayed. Specify whether to configure Windows Firewall to unblock communication with the client computers when sharing the printer on a network.
  • Page 30 Do you want to continue?> appears. Click [Yes]. Installation of the printer driver starts. NOTE • If you are using Windows 2000 and the [Digital Signature Not Found] dialog box appears, click [Yes]. • If you are using Windows XP/Server 2003 and the [Hardware Installation] dialog box appears, click [Continue Anyway].
  • Page 31 Select the [Restart Computer Now (Recommended)] check box, then click [Restart]. Windows restarts. The installation of the printer driver is completed. If you want to configure the protocol settings, see "Protocol Settings for the Printer," on p. 2-60. Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 32: Installing The Printer Driver Manually Using Various Utility Software

    Before installing the printer driver from [Add Printer Wizard], you need to set the IP address and create a port (Canon CAPT Port) in order to configure the environment in which the printer and computer you are using can correspond to each other as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 33: Ip Address Setting Using Netspot Device Installer

    NOTE The MAC address is required to set the IP address using the ARP/PING command. The MAC address is indicated on the reverse side of the network board (A) as shown in the following figure. IP Address Setting Using NetSpot Device Installer IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 34 Make sure that the computer and printer are connected via the network and that the printer is ON. Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Click [Additional Software Programs]. Click [Start] in [NetSpot Device Installer for TCP/IP]. Set the IP address.
  • Page 35 Windows Firewall, and the Windows Firewall is enabled, the printer in which the IP address has not been set yet is not displayed. It is recommended that you set the IP address using the ARP/PING command. For details on the procedure for setting the IP address using the ARP/PING command, see "IP Address Setting...
  • Page 36 ❑ Select [Initial Settings] from the [Device] menu. NOTE You can obtain the same result by right-clicking the selected device and selecting [Initial Settings] from the pop-up menu. ❑ Specify the following settings in the [Initial Settings] dialog box, then click [Next].
  • Page 37 [IP Address]: Enter the IP address of the network board. Options to be specified as needed [Subnet Mask]: Enter the subnet mask that is being used on the TCP/IP network. [Gateway Address]: Enter the gateway address that is being used on the TCP/IP network.
  • Page 38 G When any device in which the setting for [IP Address] is the default setting is displayed in the device list ❑ Select the device. ❑ Select [Protocol Settings] from the [Device] menu. 2-20 Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 39 Enter the gateway address that is being used on the TCP/IP network. NOTE • If RARP, BOOTP, or DHCP is selected, you cannot enter any value in [IP Address]. • If you cannot use RARP, BOOTP, and DHCP, specify [Manual Setting]. Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 40: Ip Address Setting Using The Arp/ping Command

    ON, there is a possibility that a device that has the same IP address as the default IP address of the printer exists on the network. In this case, turn off the device that has the same IP address or remove the device from the network, and then perform the procedure from Step 1 (See p.
  • Page 41 (-). Input Example: arp -s 192.168.0.215 00-00-85-05-70-31 NOTE The MAC address is indicated on the reverse side of the network board (A) as shown in the following figure. Enter the following command, then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard.
  • Page 42: Ip Address Setting Using The Printer Status Window

    IP Address Setting Using the Printer Status Window You can set the IP address from the Printer Status Window if the printer driver has already been installed by the USB connection. NOTE The screen shots used in this section are from Windows XP Professional.
  • Page 43 From the [Options] menu, select [Device Settings] © [Network Settings]. Specify the IP address. Options to be specified [IP Address Setting with]: Select the method for setting the IP address. [Manual Allows you to specify the IP address Setting]: directly. The IP address entered for [IP Address] is specified for the network...
  • Page 44: Installing The Canon Capt Print Monitor

    • If [RARP] is selected, you cannot enter any value in [IP Address]. • If [BOOTP] or [DHCP] is selected, you cannot enter any value in [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], and [Gateway Address]. • If you cannot use RARP, BOOTP, and DHCP, specify [Manual Setting].
  • Page 45 Open [My Computer], then select the CD-ROM drive. Select [Open] from the [File] menu. Installing the CAPT Software 2-27...
  • Page 46 Double-click the [Print_Monitor_Installer] folder. Double-click the [English] folder. Double-click [Setup.exe]. The installer of Canon CAPT Print Monitor starts. 2-28 Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 47 Click [Next]. Confirm the contents and select [I accept the terms in the license agreement], and then click [Next]. Click [Next]. Installing the CAPT Software 2-29...
  • Page 48 IMPORTANT When using the unicast communication mode, you need to configure the network board (print server) to be used in the unicast communication mode. For more details, see "Using the Unicast Communication Mode" (p. 5-12), or ask your network administrator.
  • Page 49: Installing The Printer Driver From [add Printer Wizard]

    [Printers] folder. Then, double-click [Add Printer]. The [Add Printer Wizard] dialog box is displayed. NOTE The [Add Printer Wizard] dialog box can also be displayed using the following procedure: - Double-click [My Computer] © [Control Panel] © [Printers] © [Add Printer] (For Windows Me).
  • Page 50 Click [Next]. Select [Local printer], then click [Next]. NOTE This screen does not appear when the network settings have not been configured. Click [Have Disk]. 2-32 Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 51 If CD-ROM Setup appears, click [Exit]. Select [D:\English\Win98_Me], then click [OK]. The CD-ROM drive name is indicated as "D:" in this manual. The CD-ROM drive name may differ depending on the computer you are using. Confirm the contents of [Copy manufacturer's files from], then click [OK].
  • Page 52 Select the name of this printer for [Printers], then click [Next]. Select [LPT1], then click [Next]. NOTE Do not select [Canon CAPT Port] at this point. Enter a new name in [Printer Name] if you want to change the printer name. 2-34 Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 53 NOTE If another printer driver has already been installed in the computer, the message <Do you want your Windows-based programs to use this printer as the default printer?> appears. In this case, select [Yes] or [No]. Click [Finish]. Copying files is started.
  • Page 54 Select [Properties] from the [File] menu. Display the [Details] sheet. 2-36 Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 55 Select [Canon CAPT Port] from [Print to the following port], and then proceed to Step 23. If [Canon CAPT Port] is not displayed in [Print to the following port], perform the following procedure. Click [Add Port]. Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 56 Select [Other], then select [Canon CAPT Port]. NOTE If [Canon CAPT Port] is not displayed, perform the procedure "Installing the Canon CAPT Print Monitor" (p. 2-26) again. Click [OK]. From [Available network printers], select the port of the IP address specified using NetSpot Device Installer, the ARP/ PING command, or the Printer Status Window, and then click [OK].
  • Page 57 "Using the Unicast Communication Mode" (p. 5-12) or ask your network administrator. Click [OK]. The installation of the printer driver is completed. If you want to configure the protocol settings, see "Protocol Settings for the Printer," on p. 2-60. Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 58: For Windows

    I For Windows 2000 IMPORTANT When printing a test page, make sure that the printer is properly connected to the computer and the printer is ON before installing the printer driver. Make sure that the computer and printer are connected via the network and that the printer is ON.
  • Page 59 Make sure that [Local printer] is selected, then click [Next]. NOTE Do not select the [Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer] check box. Select [Create a new port]. Installing the CAPT Software 2-41...
  • Page 60 PING command, or the Printer Status Window, and then click [OK]. If the IP address of the desired port is not displayed in [Available network printers], enter the IP address specified using NetSpot Device Installer, the ARP/ PING command, or the Printer Status Window, and then click [Add].
  • Page 61 NOTE When using the unicast communication mode (If you have selected the [Use the Unicast Communicate Mode] check box on the installation of Canon CAPT Print Monitor), display screens and operation procedure are different. For more details, see "Using the Unicast Communication Mode" (p. 5-12) or ask your network administrator.
  • Page 62 Select [D:\English\Win2K_XP]. Select the INF file, then click [Open]. The CD-ROM drive name is indicated as "D:" in this manual. The CD-ROM drive name may differ depending on the computer you are using. Confirm the contents of [Copy manufacturer's files from], then click [OK].
  • Page 63 In this case, select [Yes] or [No]. Click [Next]. NOTE When sharing this printer on a network, select [Share as], and then click [Next]. The window for entering [Location] and [Comment] is displayed. Enter them as needed, then click [Next].
  • Page 64 When printing a test page, click [Yes], then click [Next]. Click [Finish]. Copying files is started. When printing a test page, a dialog box will appear after printing. Click [OK] to close the dialog box. NOTE If the [Digital Signature Not Found] dialog box appears, click [Yes].
  • Page 65 I For Windows XP/Server 2003 IMPORTANT When printing a test page, make sure that the printer is properly connected to the computer and the printer is ON before installing the printer driver. NOTE The screen shots used in this section are from Windows XP Professional.
  • Page 66 Click [Add a printer]. For Windows Server 2003: Double-click [Add Printer]. Click [Next]. 2-48 Installing the CAPT Software...
  • Page 67 Make sure that [Local printer attached to this computer] is selected, then click [Next]. NOTE Do not select the [Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer] check box. Select [Create a new port]. Installing the CAPT Software 2-49...
  • Page 68 PING command, or the Printer Status Window, and then click [OK]. If the IP address of the desired port is not displayed in [Available network printers], enter the IP address specified using NetSpot Device Installer, the ARP/ PING command, or the Printer Status Window, and then click [Add].
  • Page 69 NOTE When using the unicast communication mode (If you have selected the [Use the Unicast Communicate Mode] check box on the installation of Canon CAPT Print Monitor), display screens and operation procedure are different. For more details, see "Using the Unicast Communication Mode" (p. 5-12), or ask your network administrator.
  • Page 70 Select [D:\English\Win2K_XP]. Select the INF file, then click [Open]. The CD-ROM drive name is indicated as "D:" in this manual. The CD-ROM drive name may differ depending on the computer you are using. Confirm the contents of [Copy manufacturer's files from], then click [OK].
  • Page 71 [Next]. NOTE If another printer driver has already been installed in the computer, the message <Do you want to use this printer as the default printer?> appears. In this case, select [Yes] or [No]. Click [Next].
  • Page 72 When printing a test page, click [Yes], then click [Next]. Click [Finish]. Copying files is started. When printing a test page, a dialog box will appear after printing. Click [OK] to close the dialog box. IMPORTANT If you are using a computer with Windows XP Service Pack 2 or another operating system equipped with Windows Firewall as the print server, you need to configure...
  • Page 73: After Completing Installation

    After Completing Installation When the installation of the CAPT software is completed, an icon and folder for this printer will be created as follows. I For Windows 98/Me/2000 • The icon for the printer is displayed in the [Printers] folder.
  • Page 74 The icon for this printer is displayed in the [Printers and Faxes] folder. • [Canon Printer Uninstaller] is added to [All Programs] under the [Start] menu. • If the manuals are installed, [LBPxxxx Online Manuals] is created on the desktop. (xxxx varies depending on the printer.) 2-56 After Completing Installation...
  • Page 75: Checking The Operations With Network Status Print

    Checking the Operations with Network Status Print Before using the printer for the first time, be sure to perform Network Status Print to check the operations using the following procedure. Network Status Print prints the version of the optional network board or the TCP/IP settings.
  • Page 76 Display the [Page Setup] sheet, then click [ ] (Display Printer Status Window) to run the Printer Status Window. NOTE For details on the Printer Status Window, see "User's Guide". From the [Options] menu, select [Utility] © [Network Status Print]. 2-58...
  • Page 77 Click [OK]. Network Status Print is printed. IMPORTANT This is a sample of Network Status Print. The contents may differ from the Network Status Print printed by your computer. NOTE If the Network Status Print is not printed properly, see "Chapter 4 Troubleshooting".
  • Page 78: Protocol Settings For The Printer

    (The setting varies depending on the network environment.) - On the settings for the proxy server of the web browser, add the IP address of this printer to [Exceptions] (The addresses that do not use the proxy server).
  • Page 79 Click [Log In]. NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. Protocol Settings for the Printer...
  • Page 80 Click [Network] from the [Device Manager] menu. Click [Change] under [TCP/IP]. 2-62 Protocol Settings for the Printer...
  • Page 81 DHCP, BOOTP, and RARP, the values specified here are used. • If you specify to use any one of DHCP, BOOTP, or RARP, the values obtained from those are displayed after resetting the network board (If the values have been specified previously, they overwrite the obtained ones).
  • Page 82 IP address setting to [On]. As well as by assigning the IP address directly, you can set the IP address by using any one of DHCP, BOOTP, or RARP. When restarting or resetting the printer, whether DHCP, BOOTP, and RARP are available is checked, and the IP address is assigned by the method that is determined to be available the soonest.
  • Page 83 IMPORTANT • DNS Dynamic Update is a function that adds the IP address of the device and the names specified as the host name and domain name to the DNS server automatically. This function can be used in the environment in which a Dynamic DNS server is being used.
  • Page 84 Enter the host name to be added to the WINS server in [WINS Host Name]. ❑ In [Scope ID], enter the Scope ID of the NetBIOS name that you want to search for from the WINS server. You can refine the search by separating the character string with periods (.).
  • Page 85 Time Zone: The standard time zones of the world are expressed globally in terms of the difference in hours (± up to 12 hours) from GMT* (± 0 hours). A time zone is a region throughout which this time difference is the same.
  • Page 86 *The time at the Greenwich Observatory in England is called GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). • Daylight Saving Time: In some countries and regions, time is advanced throughout the summer season. The period in which this is applied is called "Daylight Saving Time."...
  • Page 87 Click [OK]. Protocol Settings for the Printer 2-69...
  • Page 88: Protocol Settings Using Netspot Device Installer

    NetSpot Device Installer are on. To search for a printer on a subnet that is different from the one that the computer you are using is on, see Readme of NetSpot Device Installer and add "NetSpot Device Installer"...
  • Page 89 From the [Start] menu, select [Programs] ([All Programs] for Windows XP/Server 2003) © [NetSpot Device Installer] © [NetSpot Device Installer]. - If NetSpot Device Installer is not added to the [Start] menu on the installation Double-click [nsdi.exe] in the folder in which NetSpot Device Installer is installed.
  • Page 90: Select The Printer

    NetSpot Device Installer are on. To search for a printer on a subnet that is different from the one that the computer you are using is on, see Readme of NetSpot Device Installer and add "NetSpot Device Installer"...
  • Page 91 Enter the gateway address that is being used on the TCP/IP network. NOTE • If RARP, BOOTP, or DHCP is selected, you cannot enter any value in [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], and [Gateway Address]. • If you cannot use RARP, BOOTP, and DHCP, specify [Manual Setting].
  • Page 92: Protocol Settings Using Ftp Client

    <the IP address of the printer> NOTE If you are not sure about the IP address of this printer, refer to the Network Status Print printed in "Checking the Operations with Network Status Print" (p. 2-57) or ask an administrator of the printer.
  • Page 93 NOTE You can log in by entering a name other than "root" (or leaving the field blank). In this case, you can perform operations other than settings. Enter the following command, then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. get config <File Name>...
  • Page 94 Enter "quit", then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. Enter "exit", then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. Command Prompt or MS-DOS Prompt exits. The protocol settings for the printer are now completed. 2-76 Protocol Settings for the Printer...
  • Page 95: Uninstalling The Capt Software

    If the printer driver was installed on Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 logged on by a user who is a member of Administrators, it cannot be uninstalled from the computer logged on by anyone other than users who are members of Administrators. Be sure to log in as a member of Administrators before the uninstallation.
  • Page 96 Select the name of this printer, then click [Delete]. NOTE Even if this printer is not on the list in the [Delete Printer] dialog box, you can delete the file and information related to this printer by clicking [Delete]. Click [Yes].
  • Page 97: Uninstalling Canon Capt Print Monitor

    Click [Exit]. NOTE If the CAPT software cannot be uninstalled, see "When Uninstallation Fails," on p. 4-3. Uninstalling Canon CAPT Print Monitor IMPORTANT If the printer driver is installed, Canon CAPT Print Monitor cannot be uninstalled. Uninstall the printer driver before uninstalling Canon CAPT Print Monitor.
  • Page 98 Select [Canon CAPT Print Monitor] in the [Add or Remove Programs] dialog box, then click [Change/Remove]. For Windows 98/Me: Select [Canon CAPT Print Monitor] in the [Add/Remove Programs Properties] dialog box, then click [Add/Remove]. For Windows 2000: Select [Canon CAPT Print Monitor] in the [Add/Remove Programs] dialog box, then click [Change/Remove].
  • Page 99: Uninstalling Netspot Device Installer

    Device Installer has been uninstalled successfully." is displayed. NOTE If you did not add NetSpot Device Installer to the [Start] menu when you installed it, double-click [rmnsdi.bat] in the folder in which NetSpot Device Installer is installed. Uninstalling the CAPT Software...
  • Page 100 2-82 Uninstalling the CAPT Software...
  • Page 101 Obtaining/Checking the Security Access Logs ........
  • Page 102: Managing The Printer

    I Remote UI (See p. 3-3) The Remote UI is software that allows you to manage the printer using a web browser. By accessing the printer from the web browser via a network, you can check the printer status or job history, and configure the network or security settings.
  • Page 103: Managing The Printer Using The Remote Ui

    You can also perform these management options using FTP Client. IMPORTANT • If you are not sure about the IP address of this printer, refer to the Network Status Print (See "Checking the Operations with Network Status Print," on p. 2-57) or ask the administrator of the printer.
  • Page 104: Restricting The Users Who Can Print

    This function restricts print commands only, not access from the Remote UI. NOTE • When you try to print from a computer whose IP address is rejected from being used for printing, the message <Cannot Print> is displayed. • When you are using a computer whose IP address is rejected from being used for printing, some options cannot be set from the [Options] menu in the Printer Status Window.
  • Page 105 NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. Click [Information] from the [Device Manager] menu.
  • Page 106 Click [Change] on the right of [Security]. Select the [Restrict TCP/IP Printing] check box. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 107 When [Permit Specified Addresses] is selected, only users specified in [IP Addresses] are permitted to perform printing. When [Reject Specified Addresses] is selected, only users specified in [IP Addresses] are rejected from performing printing. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 108 Enter the IP address of a computer of which you want to permit or reject printing, and then click [Add]. Enter the IP address by separating the numbers with a period (.), for example, AAA.BBB.C.DD. You can also enter the address as follows.
  • Page 109 To delete an IP address, select the IP address and click [Delete]. Click [OK]. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 110: Restricting The Users Who Can Monitor/change The Settings Using The Snmp Protocol

    Input Example : http://192.168.0.215/ Click [Log In]. NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. 3-10...
  • Page 111 Click [Information] from the [Device Manager] menu. Click [Change] on the right of [Security]. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI 3-11...
  • Page 112 G When not using the SNMPv1 protocol ❑ Set [SNMPv1] to [Off]. IMPORTANT If [SNMPv1] is set to [Off], you may not be able to use Canon utility software. Consult the administrator of the printer before selecting [Off]. 3-12 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 113 The user name to be used for the SNMPv3 protocol is set to "initial". • If the password for the Remote UI is not specified, it is not required to enter a password in [Administrator Password]. G When not using the SNMPv3 protocol ❑...
  • Page 114 Select the [Restrict SNMP Monitoring/Setting Changes] check box. 3-14 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 115 When [Permit Specified Addresses] is selected, only users specified in [IP Addresses] are permitted to monitor/change the settings. When [Reject Specified Addresses] is selected, only users specified in [IP Addresses] are rejected from monitoring/changing the settings. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 116 [Add]. Enter the IP address by separating the numbers with a period (.), for example, AAA.BBB.C.DD. You can also enter the address as follows. Input example of the IP...
  • Page 117 To delete an IP address, select the IP address and click [Delete]. Click [OK]. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI 3-17...
  • Page 118: Restricting The Users Who Can Perform The Multicast Discovery

    Input Example : http://192.168.0.215/ Click [Log In]. NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. 3-18...
  • Page 119 Click [Information] from the [Device Manager] menu. Click [Change] on the right of [Security]. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI 3-19...
  • Page 120 Select the [Restrict Multicast Discovery] check box. Select [Respond to Specified IP Addresses] or [Do Not Respond to Specified Addresses]. 3-20 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 121 [Add]. Enter the IP address by separating the numbers with a period (.), for example, AAA.BBB.C.DD. You can also enter the address as follows. Input example of the IP...
  • Page 122 0 to 255. The example on the AAA.BBB.C.* left is equivalent to entering addresses from AAA.BBB.C.0 to AAA.BBB.C.255. To delete an IP address, select the IP address and click [Delete]. 3-22 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 123: Restricting The Devices That Can Access With Mac Addresses

    Click [OK]. Restricting the Devices That Can Access with MAC Addresses Run the web browser, enter the following URL in [Location] or [Address], and then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. http://<the IP address or name of the printer>/ Input Example : http://192.168.0.215/...
  • Page 124 Click [Log In]. NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. 3-24 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 125 Click [Information] from the [Device Manager] menu. Click [Change] on the right of [Security]. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI 3-25...
  • Page 126 Select the [Restrict MAC Address Access] check box. Select [Permit Specified Addresses] or [Reject Specified Addresses]. 3-26 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 127 When [Permit Specified Addresses] is selected, you cannot access from an unauthorized MAC address. Therefore, confirm the MAC address when entering it. If there is no corresponding MAC address, you cannot access the network. In this case, you need to initialise the network settings. (See "Initializing the Network Settings,"...
  • Page 128 To delete a MAC address, select the MAC address and click [Delete]. Click [OK]. 3-28 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 129: Obtaining/checking The Security Access Logs

    Click [Log In]. NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 130 Click [Information] from the [Device Manager] menu. Click [Change] on the right of [Security]. 3-30 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 131 Select [On] or [Off] for [Access Logs]. If [On] is selected, the security access log is obtained when access from a user who is restricted in [IP Address Range Settings] is blocked. If [Off] is selected, the security access log is not obtained when access from a user who is restricted in [IP Address Range Settings] is blocked.
  • Page 132 [Log Types]. Options to be specified [Rejected TCP/IP Print Jobs]: The security access log is recorded when access from a user who is restricted to perform the TCP/IP printing is blocked. [Rejected SNMP Monitoring/...
  • Page 133: Checking The Security Access Logs

    Address Range Settings], you can check the security access logs (The date and time when the access was locked, IP address, port number, and restriction type) that are obtained when access from a restricted user is blocked. It also allows you to [Save] or [Clear] the security access logs.
  • Page 134 Click [Log In]. NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. 3-34 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 135 Click [Information] from the [Device Manager] menu. Click [Display Log] under [Security]. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI 3-35...
  • Page 136 Displays the date and time obtained from the SNTP server. The local time of the network board is displayed when the time and date could not be obtained for any reason, such as that the SNTP server address is not specified or there is no response from the SNTP server.
  • Page 137: Initializing The Network Settings

    [PRINT] (Rejected TCP/IP Print Jobs), [SNMP] (Rejected SNMP Monitoring/ Setting Changes), or [SLP] (Rejected Multicast Discoveries)) are displayed. NOTE Up to 100 logs can be obtained. When the number of the logs exceeds 100, the logs are deleted starting from the oldest one. Initializing the Network Settings If you want to reset the network board to the default values, use any method from among Remote UI, FTP Client, and NetSpot Device Installer.
  • Page 138 Click [Log In]. NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. 3-38 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 139 Click [Network] from the [Device Manager] menu. Click [Show Parameter List] in [Network Interface]. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI 3-39...
  • Page 140 Click [Reset to Default Settings] 3-40 Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 141 Clicking [Yes] initializes the network settings. Clicking [No] does not initialize the network settings but displays the original page. Managing the Printer Using the Remote UI 3-41...
  • Page 142: Managing The Printer Using Ftp Client

    <the IP address of the printer> NOTE If you are not sure about the IP address of this printer, refer to the Network Status Print printed in "Checking the Operations with Network Status Print" (p. 2-57) or ask an administrator of the printer.
  • Page 143 NOTE • When upgrading the firmware, enter "put <the update file of the firmware> FLASH", then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. For details on the update file of the firmware, see "Updating the Firmware," on p. 5-21. •...
  • Page 144 Enter "quit", then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. Enter "exit", then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. Command Prompt or MS-DOS Prompt exits. 3-44 Managing the Printer Using FTP Client...
  • Page 145: Managing The Printer Using Netspot Device Installer

    Managing the Printer Using NetSpot Device Installer You can perform the basic protocol settings and display the status of the printers on a network using NetSpot Device Installer. This section describes the procedure for running or installing NetSpot Device Installer. For details on the procedures for using NetSpot Device Installer, see Online Help of NetSpot Device Installer.
  • Page 146: Installing Netspot Device Installer

    NetSpot Device Installer are on. To search for a printer on a subnet that is different from the one that the computer you are using is on, see Readme of NetSpot Device Installer and add "NetSpot Device Installer"...
  • Page 147 Select [Open] from the [File] menu. Double-click the [NetSpot_Device_Installer] folder. Managing the Printer Using NetSpot Device Installer 3-47...
  • Page 148 Double-click the [Windows] folder. Double-click [nsdisetup.exe]. 3-48 Managing the Printer Using NetSpot Device Installer...
  • Page 149 Click [Yes]. Click [Browse], then select the installation directory. If you want to add NetSpot Device Installer to the [Start] menu, select the [Add to Start Menu] check box. Managing the Printer Using NetSpot Device Installer 3-49...
  • Page 150 If you want to register the application, click [Yes]. If you click [No], you cannot search for the printers in which the IP address has not been set yet or the printers on a subnet that is different from the one that the computer using NetSpot Device Installer is on.
  • Page 151: Running Netspot Device Installer

    NetSpot Device Installer runs. NOTE If you did not add NetSpot Device Installer to the [Start] menu when you installed it, double-click [nsdi.exe] in the folder in which NetSpot Device Installer is installed. Managing the Printer Using NetSpot Device Installer...
  • Page 152: When Running Netspot Device Installer From The Supplied Cd-rom

    Click [Start] in [NetSpot Device Installer for TCP/IP]. NetSpot Device Installer runs. How to Use NetSpot Device Installer For more details on the procedures for using NetSpot Device Installer, see Online Help. Online Help is displayed by clicking [Help] in the [Help] menu. 3-52...
  • Page 153: Troubleshooting

    Checking the Network Board Functions ........
  • Page 154: Installation Problems

    Installation Problems If the printer driver cannot be installed properly, perform the following procedure to check problems. NOTE For details on the problems on the local installation, see "User's Guide". This printer is displayed in [Canon Printer Uninstaller] is Install the CAPT software...
  • Page 155: When Uninstallation Fails

    For Windows 98/Me: Select the name of this printer in the [Add/Remove Programs Properties] dialog box, then click [Add/Remove]. NOTE If the name of this printer is not displayed in the dialog box, perform "Installing the Printer Driver Manually Using Various Utility Software" (p. 2-14) to install the CAPT software again.
  • Page 156 Select the name of this printer, then click [Delete]. A confirmation message is displayed. Click [Yes]. Uninstallation starts. Please wait a moment. Click [Exit]. The [Delete Printer] dialog box closes. Restart Windows. Installation Problems...
  • Page 157: Miscellaneous Problems

    Miscellaneous Problems NOTE For details on problems on the printer such as a paper jam and poor printing quality, see "User's Guide". Cannot Print from the Network Cause 1 The network board and cable are not connected properly. Remedy Check the following points, and then cycle the power of the printer.
  • Page 158 Make sure that the printer is specified as the default printer. • Make sure that the printer driver is installed properly. In order to check if the printer driver is installed properly, perform Network Status Print (See "Checking the Operations with Network Status Print," on p. 2-57). If you cannot print properly, uninstall the printer driver and install it again.
  • Page 159 Canon CAPT Print Monitor once, then install it again. When installing Canon CAPT Print Monitor, make sure that the [Use the Unicast Communicate Mode] check box is not selected in the following screen which is displayed when installing Canon CAPT Print Monitor, and then click [Next].
  • Page 160 Remedy 2 Connect the cross LAN cable to the UP-LINK (cascade) port on the hub. If the hub has a UP-LINK (cascade) switch, switch to "=". NOTE A cross LAN cable is a cable used to connect to a printer and computer directly.
  • Page 161: Checking The Network Board Functions

    NOTE • Network Status Print is designed to be printed on A4 size paper. Load A4 size paper. • The screen shots used in this section are from Windows XP Professional.
  • Page 162 Display the [Page Setup] sheet, then click [ ] (Display Printer Status Window) to run the Printer Status Window. NOTE For details on the Printer Status Window, see "User's Guide". From the [Options] menu, select [Utility] © [Network Status Print]. 4-10...
  • Page 163 Network Status Print prints information as shown in the following figure. You can check the version of the network board or the TCP/IP settings. IMPORTANT This is a sample of Network Status Print. The contents may differ from the Network Status Print printed by your computer. Checking the Network Board Functions...
  • Page 164 4-12 Checking the Network Board Functions...
  • Page 165: Appendix

    Using the Unicast Communication Mode ........
  • Page 166: Network Setting Items

    The asterisk marks attached to the end of some option names, such as "*1", indicate the following: *1: Cannot be specified using NetSpot Device Installer. Specify these options using the Remote UI or FTP Client. *2: Can be specified using FTP Client only.
  • Page 167 Remote UI (0 to 128 (Blank) (LINK_URL2) * characters) [Comments] The comments displayed in the [Support (LINK_COMMENT1) * Links] page in the Remote UI (0 to 64 (Blank) (LINK_COMMENT2) * characters) The link displayed in the [Support Links] [Link] Download...
  • Page 168 [Restrict MAC Address Access] Whether to restrict the devices that can (MAC_CONT_ENB) access Accept or reject the access by a device [Permit Specified Addresses]/ whose name is entered in [MAC [Reject Specified Addresses] Accept Addresses] (MAC_CONT_LIST) (Accept,...
  • Page 169 Ethernet The frame type being used by TCP/IP (TCP_FRAME_TYPE) Whether to use the Gratuitous ARP (G_ARP_ENB) * function [DHCP] Whether to use DHCP for the IP address (DHCP_ENB) setting [BOOTP] Whether to use BOOTP for the IP address (BOOTP_ENB) setting...
  • Page 170 Option Contents Default [DNS Host Name] The host name of this device (0 to 63 (Blank) (HOST_NAME) * characters) [DNS Domain Name] The name of the domain to which this (Blank) (DOMAIN_NAME) * device belong (0 to 64 characters) [WINS Resolution]...
  • Page 171: Software That Can Be Used For The Network Settings

    (See p. 3-18, p. 3-42) Restricting MAC address access (See p. 3-23) Obtaining a security access log (See p. 3-29, p. 3-42) * Some settings are specifiable (See "Network Setting Items," on p. 5-2) Software That Can Be Used for the Network Settings...
  • Page 172: Initializing The Network Settings

    NetSpot Device Installer are on. To search for a printer on a subnet that is different from the one that the computer you are using is on, see Readme of NetSpot Device Installer and add "NetSpot Device Installer"...
  • Page 173 When setting the DIP switches, be careful not to damage the main board with the tip of a ball-point pen etc. Do not use a sharp object such as a mechanical pencil. Insert the network board into the expansion slot.
  • Page 174 N B - IMPORTANT When setting the DIP switches, be careful not to damage the main board with the tip of a ball-point pen etc. Do not use a sharp object such as a mechanical pencil. 5-10 Initializing the Network Settings...
  • Page 175 Install the network board. Connect the interface cables except for the USB cable, and connect the power cord. Plug the power plug into the AC power outlet. Connect the USB cable as needed. Initializing the Network Settings 5-11...
  • Page 176: Using The Unicast Communication Mode

    I Setting a Computer to Enter into the Unicast Communication Mode (See p. 5-13) Install Canon CAPT Print Monitor and the printer driver (perform the port setting) to use the unicast communication mode. I Setting the Network Board to Enter into the Unicast Communication Mode (See p.
  • Page 177: Setting A Computer To Enter Into The Unicast Communication Mode

    When using the unicast communication mode, be sure to consult your network administrator. NOTE If the message <Network Board Error> is displayed in the Printer Status Window after setting the unicast communication mode, click the [Refresh] button in the Printer Status Window.
  • Page 178: Installing The Printer Driver

    Installing the Printer Driver Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. If the CD-ROM is already in the drive, eject the disk and re-insert it into the drive. IMPORTANT If CD-ROM Setup does not appear, select [Run] from the [Start] menu, enter "D:\English\MInst.exe", and then click [OK].
  • Page 179 Select [Manually Set Port to Install], then click [Next]. Click [Next]. NOTE Do not select the [Install Printer Driver through a USB Connection] check box. Select [Add Port] for [Port Settings], then click [Settings]. Using the Unicast Communication Mode 5-15...
  • Page 180 The port name is automatically entered in [Name] according to the IP address. IMPORTANT The IP address and the port name must match the settings of the network board (print server). For details on the settings for the network board (print server), see "Setting the Network Board to Enter into the Unicast Communication Mode"...
  • Page 181 Select whether or not to use this printer as the default printer, then click [Next]. Click [Start]. The message <Installation cannot be stopped once it starts. Do you want to continue?> appears. Click [Yes]. Installation of the printer driver starts.
  • Page 182: Setting The Network Board To Enter Into The Unicast Communication Mode

    For Windows 98/Me, do not enter "config" for <File Name>. NOTE The download directory for the config file varies depending on the operating system or settings. If you cannot find the config file, browse the config file using the file browse function of the operating system. 5-18...
  • Page 183 Step 11 (See p. 5-16) of "Installing the Printer Driver") Input Example : PS_NAME. :192_168_0_215 IMPORTANT Be sure to match "PS_NAME" in the config file with the port name of the computer. Edit "YES" to "USE_IP_PORT_NAME". Input Example : USE_IP_PORT_NAME. :YES Save the config file.
  • Page 184 NOTE If the message <Network Board Error> is displayed in the Printer Status Window after setting the unicast communication mode, click the [Refresh] button in the Printer Status Window. 5-20 Using the Unicast Communication Mode...
  • Page 185: Updating The Firmware

    Select the update file, then update the firmware of the print server. IMPORTANT • When you cannot update the firmware properly or want to know details on the procedure for updating the firmware, see the README file supplied with the firmware. •...
  • Page 186 NOTE If a password is specified for the printer, enter the password, and then click [Log In]. If the password has not been specified yet, it is not required to enter the password. Click [Network] from the [Device Manager] menu.
  • Page 187 Confirm the current version of the firmware in [Version], then click [Update Firmware]. Updating the Firmware 5-23...
  • Page 188 Click [Browse], then select the update file for the firmware or enter the path. 5-24 Updating the Firmware...
  • Page 189 Click [Update] to update the firmware. IMPORTANT When you cannot update the firmware properly, see the README file supplied with the firmware. Updating the Firmware 5-25...
  • Page 190: Specifications

    Specifications Hardware Specifications RISC 100MHz 2MB (flash ROM) 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) Network Interface Full duplex; Half duplex Indicators 3 pieces (ERR, LNK, 100) Software Specifications Compatible Protocols TCP/IP TCP/IP Frame Type: Ethernet II Printing Software CAPT (Canon Advanced Printing Technology) 5-26...
  • Page 191: Index

    Installing from CD-ROM Setup, 2-2 Installing the Printer Driver Manually Using Various Utility Software, 2-14 Problems Problems, 4-2 Installation, 4-2 Installing the Canon CAPT Print Monitor, 2-26 Others, 4-5 IP Address Setting Protocol Settings, 2-60 ARP/PING Command, 2-22 FTP Client, 2-74...
  • Page 192 Specifications Hardware, 5-26 Software, 5-26 System Requirements NetSpot Device Installer, 1-7 Print Monitor Installer (Canon CAPT Print Monitor), 1-5 Printer Driver, 1-5 Remote UI, 1-6 Unicast Communication Mode, 5-12 Uninstallation Canon CAPT Print Monitor, 2-79 NetSpot Device Installer, 2-81 Printer Driver, 2-77...
  • Page 193 R-IE-693AD © CANON INC. 2005...

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