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  • Page 1: Hp Jetdirect Print Servers

    HP Jetdirect Print Servers Administrator's Guide 635n...

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    HP Jetdirect Print Servers (635n) Administrator's Guide...

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    © 2005 Copyright Hewlett-Packard Trademark Credits Development Company, L.P. Microsoft®, MS-DOS®, Windows®, are All rights reserved. Reproduction, U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. NetWare® and Novell® are adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as registered trademarks of Novell allowed under the copyright laws.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1 Introducing the HP Jetdirect Print Server Supported Print Servers .........................1 Supported Network Protocols .........................2 Security Protocols ...........................3 SNMP (IPv4 and IPX) ......................3 HTTPS ...........................3 Authentication ........................3 EAP/802.1X Server-Based Authentication ............3 IPsec ............................4 Supplied Manuals ........................... 4 HP Support .............................4 HP Online Support .........................

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    IPv6 Configuration ..........................1 7 IPv6 Address Introduction ....................17 IPv6 Address Configuration ....................18 Link-Local Address ....................18 Stateless Addresses ...................19 Stateful Addresses ....................19 Using DNS ......................19 Tools and Utilities ....................2 0 IPv4 Configuration ..........................2 0 Server-Based and Manual TCP/IP Configuration (IPv4) .............20 Default IP Address (IPv4) ....................21 Default IP Address Will Not Be Assigned ............21 Default IP Address Will Be Assigned ..............21...

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    Config Precedence ....................72 Advanced ......................73 Network Settings ........................75 IPX/SPX ......................75 AppleTalk ......................76 DLC/LLC ......................77 SNMP ........................7 7 Other Settings ........................7 8 Misc. Settings ...................... 7 8 Firmware Upgrade ....................80 LPD Queues ......................81 Support Info ......................83 Refresh Rate .......................83 Privacy Settings ........................83 Select Language ........................

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    IKEv1 Phase 1 (Authentication) ................103 IPsec Protocols ....................104 Manual Keys ......................105 Summary ..........................105 Configuring Windows Systems ......................105 6 Security Features Using Security Features ........................110 7 Troubleshooting the HP Jetdirect Print Server Resetting to Factory Defaults ......................112 Service Menu Example ...................... 1 12 General Troubleshooting ........................

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    Step 1. Setting Up IP Parameters ..................145 Step 2. Setting Up Print Queues ...............145 Step 3. Printing a Test File ................1 46 LPD on UNIX Systems ......................146 Configuring Print Queues for BSD-based Systems ..........146 Configuring Print Queues Using SAM (HP-UX systems) .........147 Printing a Test File ....................148 LPD on Windows 2000/Server 2003 Systems ..............149 Installing TCP/IP Software ................149...

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    viii ENWW...

  • Page 11: Supported Print Servers

    Introducing the HP Jetdirect Print Server 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.

  • Page 12: Supported Network Protocols

    J7961A/G (635n) Server 2003, Direct Mode printing Microsoft Terminal Server and Citrix MetaFrame environments Novell NetWare 5, 6.x UNIX and Linux, including: Hewlett-Packard HP-UX, Sun Microsystems Solaris (SPARCsystems only), IBM AIX , HP MPE-iX , RedHat Linux , SuSE Linux LPR/LPD (Line Printer Daemon, RFC 1179–compliant)

  • Page 13: Security Protocols, Snmp (ipv4 And Ipx), Authentication, Eap/802.1x Server-based Authentication

    Security Protocols SNMP (IPv4 and IPX) SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is used by network management applications for device management. HP Jetdirect print servers support SNMP and standard MIB-II (Management Information Base) objects on both IP and IPX networks. Full-featured HP Jetdirect print servers (such as 635n) support an SNMP v1/v2c agent, and an SNMP v3 agent for enhanced security.

  • Page 14: Ipsec, Supplied Manuals, Hp Support, Firmware Upgrades

    Full-featured HP Jetdirect print servers support firmware upgrades to allow installation of new or enhanced features. Firmware upgrade files may be downloaded and installed on the print server over your network. If available for your print server model, firmware upgrade files may be obtained from Hewlett-Packard at: http://www.hp.com/go/webjetadmin_firmware Chapter 1...

  • Page 15: Hp Support By Phone, Product Registration, Hp Web Jetadmin ................................................................................................................ 9

    Firmware Installation Tools Firmware upgrades for supported HP Jetdirect print servers may be installed over a network using one of the following firmware installation tools: ■ HP Jetdirect Download Manager (Windows). HP Jetdirect Download Manager can be downloaded from HP online support at: http://www.hp.com/go/dlm_sw ■...

  • Page 16: Product Accessibility

    Product Accessibility For information on HP's commitment to accessibility of HP Jetdirect print server products: ■ Visit the HP Web site at: http://www.hp.com/accessibility ■ Send email to: accessibility@hp.com Chapter 1 Introducing the HP Jetdirect Print Server ENWW...

  • Page 17: Hp Software Solutions Summary

    HP Software Solutions Summary HP provides a variety of software solutions to set up or manage your HP Jetdirect-connected network devices. See Table 2-1 Software Solutions to help you 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...

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    Table 2-1 Software Solutions (continued) Operating Environment Function Remarks HP-UX Alerts and consumables management. Remote firmware upgrades for HP Jetdirect Solaris print servers. Fedora Core and SuSE Linux Asset tracking and utilization analysis. NetWare TCP/IPv4, IPX/SPX Internet Printer Connection Software Windows NT 4.0, 2000 (Intel-based) Printing through the Internet to Internet ■...

  • Page 19: Hp Install Network Printer Wizard (windows), Requirements

    HP Install Network Printer Wizard (Windows) The HP Install Network Printer Wizard (version 5.0) is a utility for printer discovery, setup and installation on a TCP/IP network. On Windows XP and 2003 Server systems, Version 5.0 also supports printing on an IPv6 network, but printer discovery is limited to IPv4 protocols. For wireless print servers, the wizard includes modules that allow you to first configure wireless settings on the print server so that it can connect to your network.

  • Page 20: Hp Web Jetadmin, System Requirements, Installing Hp Web Jetadmin, Configuring And Modifying A Device

    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.

  • Page 21: Removing Hp Web Jetadmin Software, Hp-supplied Software, Hp Software System Requirements

    http://systemname.domain:port/ NOTE In place of systemname.domain, the IPv4 address of the host computer on which HP Web Jetadmin is installed can be used. Follow the instructions on the appropriate home page to find and manage your printer. Removing HP Web Jetadmin Software To remove HP Web Jetadmin software from your Web server, use the uninstall program provided with the software package.

  • Page 22: Microsoft Supplied Software, Hp Software Supported Proxies, Windows 2000/xp/server 2003 Integrated Software

    HP Software Supported Proxies Web proxy with support for HTTP v1.1 or greater (may not be needed if printing over an intranet). Microsoft Supplied Software NOTE Contact Microsoft for support of Windows IPP software. Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 Integrated Software On Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 systems, an alternative to using the HP supplied software is to use the IPP-client software integrated with the Windows system.

  • Page 23: Novell Supplied Software

    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.

  • Page 24: Renaming The Printer

    If you have multiple printers on your network, you need to print a configuration page to identify the printer's name and zone. Renaming the Printer The factory supplies a default name for your printer. Hewlett-Packard highly recommends that you rename your printer to avoid having multiple printers with similar names on your network. CAUTION After you have renamed the printer and have set up print queues to that printer, use caution when changing the printer name again.

  • Page 25: Selecting A Zone, Selecting Your Printer

    NOTE If you try to name your printer the same name as another printer, an alert dialog box appears directing you to select another name. To select another name, repeat steps 4 and 5. If your printer is on an EtherTalk network, continue with the next section, “Selecting a Zone.”...

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    Select the printer name you want to use from the list of printer names in the upper-right area of the Chooser. If the printer's name does not appear in the list, make sure the following tasks have been performed: ● the printer is turned on and is online.

  • Page 27: Ipv6 Address Introduction

    TCP/IP Configuration 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. HP Jetdirect 635n print server supports both IPv4 and IPv6 networks simultaneously. Print server configuration for IPv4 operation remains the same as prior Jetdirect products.

  • Page 28: Ipv6 Address Configuration

    For example, portions of the IPv6 address space that are reserved are illustrated below: ■ 2001:DB8::/32 (reserved for use only as examples in documentation) ■ FE80::/10 (reserved for link-local addresses only) IPv6 addresses do not use subnet masks as in IPv4 formats. Instead, the prefix length may be used to specify an entire network/subnet.

  • Page 29: Stateful Addresses, Using Dns

    Stateless Addresses Stateless addresses are usually assigned to the print server under router control, and not by a server (such as a DHCPv6 server). However, the router can specify that other configuration be provided by a server. The print server must receive Router Advertisement messages which are periodically sent by a router.

  • Page 30: Server-based And Manual Tcp/ip Configuration (ipv4)

    Tools and Utilities Similar to IPv4 environments, system tools and utilities for IPv6 networks are available to access or troubleshoot communications with the print server. However, these tools and utilities may require different command formats depending on your system. Some examples are listed below. ■...

  • Page 31: Default Ip Address (ipv4), Default Ip Address Will Not Be Assigned

    The print server may also be configured manually. Manual-based tools include Telnet, a Web browser, the printer control panel, arp and ping commands (when the default IP address is 192.0.0.192), or SNMP-based management software. TCP/IP configuration values assigned manually will be retained when powered off/on. The print server can be reconfigured to use either server-based or manual configuration of TCP/IP settings at any time.

  • Page 32: Default Ipv4 Address Configuration Options

    If a default IP address is assigned, the address will depend on the network to which the print server is connected. The print server senses broadcast packets on the network to determine the appropriate default IP settings: ■ On small private networks that adhere to automated, standards-based IP address assignments, the print server uses a link-local addressing technique to assign a unique IP address.

  • Page 33: Default Ipv4 Behavior, Tcp/ip Configuration Tools

    Default IPv4 Behavior When powered on, a factory-default print server connected to a network through a cable (wired) will systematically use BOOTP, DHCP, and RARP to retrieve its IPv4 settings. Up to two minutes are used. If configuration is not successful, a default IPv4 address will be assigned as described previously.

  • Page 34: Using Bootp/tftp (ipv4), Why Use Bootp/tftp

    ■ Embedded Web server. You can browse to the embedded Web server on the HP Jetdirect print server to set configuration parameters. For more information, see HP Jetdirect Embedded Web Server (V.31.xx). ■ Printer Control Panel. (For printers that support Jetdirect control panel menus) You can manually enter the configuration data using the printer control panel keys.

  • Page 35: Bootp/tftp On Unix

    BOOTP/TFTP on UNIX This section describes how to configure the print server using BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) and TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) services on UNIX servers. BOOTP and TFTP are used to download network configuration data from a server to the HP Jetdirect print server over the network. Systems That Use Network Information Service (NIS) If your system uses NIS, you may need to rebuild the NIS map with the BOOTP service before performing the BOOTP configuration steps.

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    Table 3-1 Tags Supported in a BOOTP/DHCP Boot file Item RFC 2132 Description Option The name of the peripheral. This name identifies an entry point to a list of parameters for nodename a specific peripheral. nodename must be the first field in an entry. (In the example above, nodename is “picasso”.) The hardware type tag.

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    Table 3-1 Tags Supported in a BOOTP/DHCP Boot file (continued) Item RFC 2132 Description Option NOTE Standard BOOTP option 18 (extensions file path) also allows a standard tag (ef) to specify the relative path name of the TFTP configuration file. Idle Timeout option.

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    BOOTP tag) entry. An example of a TFTP configuration file is provided below (the symbol ‘#’ denotes a remark and is not included in the file). Example of an HP Jetdirect TFTP Configuration File The allow command enables subnet 192.168.10.0 with access to # Allow subnet 192.168.10.0 access the printer.

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    Table 3-2 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (continued) ssl-state: (or ssl-redirect-config) ■ Sets the print server's security level for Web communications: 1: Forced redirection to the HTTPS port. Only HTTPS (secure HTTP) communications can be used. 2: Disable forced redirection to HTTPS. Both HTTP and HTTPS communications can be used. security-reset: ■...

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    Table 3-2 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (continued) ftp-printing: (or ftp-config:, ftp:) ■ Enables or disables the ability to print through FTP: 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. ipp-printing: (or ipp-config:, ipp:) ■ Enables or disables the ability to print through IPP: 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. lpd-printing: (or lpd-config:, lpd:) ■...

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    Table 3-2 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (continued) number or host IP address, and mask is an address mask of bits applied to the network number and host address to verify access. Up to 10 access list entries are allowed. If there are no entries, all hosts are permitted access. For example, allow: 192.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 allows hosts on network 192.

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    Table 3-2 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (continued) mdns-config: ■ Enables or disables Multicast Domain Name System (mDNS) services. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. mDNS is typically used on small networks for IP address and name resolution (through UDP port 5353) where a conventional DNS server is neither used or available.

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    Table 3-2 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (continued) tcp-mss: (or subnets-local:) ■ 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).

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    Table 3-2 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (continued) SNMP snmp-config: ■ Enables or disables SNMP operation on the print server. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables SNMP. CAUTION Disabling SNMP will disable all SNMP agents (SNMP v1, v2, v3) as well as communications with HP Web Jetadmin.

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    Table 3-2 TFTP Configuration File Parameters (continued) 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. ipx-nds-tree: ■...

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    Specifies the page description language (PDL) that the print server will use to send the Jetdirect configuration/status page to the printer. ■ Auto (default): The PDL is auto-detected when the print server is powered on or after a cold-reset. ■ PCL: Hewlett-Packard Printer Control Language ■ ASCII: Standard ascii characters ■ HPGL2: Hewlett-Packard Graphics Language (v2) ■...

  • Page 47: Unix Systems, Windows Systems

    A TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) configuration file may also be used with DHCP to configure extended parameters. For more information on TFTP parameters, see “Using BOOTP/TFTP (IPv4)”. NOTE DHCP services must be available on the server. Refer to your system documentation or online help to install or enable DHCP services.

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    The starting and ending IP addresses define the end points of the address pool assigned to this scope. NOTE If desired, you can exclude ranges of IP addresses within a scope. 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.

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    ● In the DHCP Options window, select WINS/NBT Node Type (046) from the Unused Options list. Select Add to add the node type to the Active Options list. In the Byte box, type 0x4 to indicate a mixed node, and select OK. Click Close to exit to Program Manager.

  • Page 50: To Discontinue Dhcp Configuration

    You have successfully set up the DHCP scope on this server. Click Finish to close the wizard. Configure your printer with a reserved IP address within the DHCP scope: ● In the DHCP tree, open the folder for your scope and select Reservations. ●...

  • Page 51: Using Rarp (ipv4), Using The Arp And Ping Commands (ipv4)

    Using RARP (IPv4) This section describes how to configure the print server using the 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.

  • Page 52: Using Telnet (ipv4)

    from which the configuration is made must be located on the same network segment as the HP Jetdirect print server. Using the arp and ping commands with HP Jetdirect print servers requires the following: ■ Windows NT/2000/XP/Server 2003 or UNIX system configured for TCP/IP operation ■...

  • Page 53: Creating A Telnet Connection, A Typical Telnet Session

    Although a Telnet connection may be protected by an administrator password, Telnet connections are not secure. For networks with high security levels, Telnet connections can be disabled on the print server using other tools (for example, TFTP, embedded Web server, or HP Web Jetadmin software).

  • Page 54: User Interface Options

    To set configuration parameters, you must set up a Telnet session from your system to the HP Jetdirect print server. Type the following at the system prompt: telnet <IP address> where <IP address> is the IP address listed on the Jetdirect configuration page. See Jetdirect Configuration Pages.

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    Command Line Interface (Default) Using the Telnet command line interface, you can set configuration parameters using the following procedures: NOTE During a Telnet session, enter ? to view available configuration parameters, the correct command format, and a list of commands. To list additional (or advanced) commands, enter the command advanced before entering ?.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) general Disables the Advanced commands. Help (?) will not include Advanced commands (default). save Save the configuration values and exit the session. exit Exit the session. export Export the settings to a file for editing, and importing through Telnet or TFTP (this command is only supported by systems, such as UNIX, that support input/output redirection).

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) ipsec-config Use this command to disable IPsec, if it is enabled on the print server. IPsec cannot be enabled by this command; if IPsec is enabled, its status will be “read only”. 0: Disable IPsec, if it is enabled. 1: (Read Only) Indicates IPsec is enabled.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) TCP/IP Print Options 9100-printing Enables or disables printing to TCP port 9100 on the print server. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. ftp-printing Enables or disables the ability to print through FTP. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. (TCP ports 20, 21) ipp-printing Enables or disables the ability to print using IPP.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) TCP/IP Raw Print Ports raw-port Specifies additional ports for printing to TCP port 9100. Valid ports are 3000 to 9000, which are application-dependent. Up to two ports can be specified. TCP/IP Access Control Makes an entry into the host access list stored on the HP Jetdirect print server.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) network. To enable this feature, set a value from 1 to 1440 minutes. Set 0 to disable this feature. mdns-config Enables or disables Multicast Domain Name System (mDNS) services. 0 disables, 1 (default) enables. mDNS is typically used on small networks for IP address and name resolution (through UDP port 5353) where a conventional DNS server is not available.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) user-timeout An integer (1to 3600) that specifies the number of seconds that your Telnet or FTP session can be idle before it will be automatically disconnected. The default is 900 seconds. 0 disables the timeout. CAUTION Small values, such as 1–5, may effectively disable the use of Telnet.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) dhcp-fqdn-config Specifies configuration control of the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN), using either DHCP, manual configuration, or both. The fully qualified domain name consists of the (dhcp-fqdn-behavior) device's host name and domain name. Select one of the following command values: 0 (default): DHCP may be used to supply the host name and domain name.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) CAUTION Disabling SNMP will disable all SNMP agents (SNMP v1, v2, v3) as well as communications with management applications, such as HP Web Jetadmin. In addition, firmware upgrades through current HP downloading utilities will be disabled. get-cmnty-name Specifies a password that determines which SNMP GetRequests the HP Jetdirect print server will respond to.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) ipx-frametype Specifies the IPX frame type settings available for your print server model: AUTO (default), EN_SNAP, EN_8022, EN_8023, EN_II. For more information, see Jetdirect Configuration Pages. 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.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) strict-8022 Controls DLC/LLC protocol interpretation: 0 (default): disables, that is, provides loose interpretation. 1: enables, that is, provides strict interpretation). Other upgrade To configure one or more Jetdirect print servers with the name and location of a firmware upgrade file.

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    Table 3-3 Telnet Commands and Parameters (continued) 100HALF: 100 Mbps, half-duplex operation. 10FULL: 10 Mbps, Full-duplex operation. 10HALF: 10 Mbps, half-duplex operation. Support Web JetAdmin URL (Read-only parameter) If HP Web Jetadmin discovers this device, the URL to access HP Web Jetadmin will be specified. Web JetAdmin Name (Read-only parameter) If HP Web Jetadmin discovers this device, the name of the HP Web Jetadmin host will be specified (if known).

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    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. Exit Telnet Enter Selection => 2 TCP/IP Menu ------------------------------- 1.

  • Page 68: Using Telnet To Erase The Existing Ip Settings

    Using Telnet to Erase the Existing IP Settings To erase the IP address during a Telnet session, use the following command line entries: Type cold-reset, then press Enter. Type quit, then press Enter to exit Telnet. Power the print server off/on. NOTE This procedure resets all TCP/IP parameters, but only affects the TCP/IP subsystem.

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    When accessing the HP Jetdirect menu from the printer's control panel, some TCP/IP network configuration parameters that you can set include the following (see The HP Jetdirect EIO Control Panel Menu for additional parameters): ■ IP host name ■ TCP/IPv4 settings ■...

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    Chapter 3 TCP/IP Configuration ENWW...

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    HP Jetdirect Embedded Web Server (V.31.xx) 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).

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    Figure 4-1 Typical HP Jetdirect Home Tab Figure 4-2 HP Jetdirect Networking Tab For network parameter descriptions, see “Networking Tab”. Chapter 4 HP Jetdirect Embedded Web Server (V.31.xx) ENWW...

  • Page 73: Compatible Web Browsers, Supported Hp Web Jetadmin Version, Viewing The Embedded Web Server, Browser Exceptions

    Web server can be used with Web browsers that support HTML 4.01 and cascading style sheets. Hewlett-Packard tests a number of current and older browsers using a variety of systems. In general, we recommend using the following browsers: ■...

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    Using IPv6 protocols, IPv6 addresses are typically configured automatically on the print server, although manual configuration is available. For basic information on IPv6 addresses, see TCP/IP Configuration. Using IPv4 protocols, there are many ways to configure an IPv4 address on the print server. For example, you can automatically configure IP parameters over the network using BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) or DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) each time the print server is turned on.

  • Page 75: Operating Notes

    identification. Encrypted browser communications through HTTPS (secure HTTP) is required for initial access. Although not recommended, you can use your Internet Options menu to configure your browser to ignore security warnings if the print server is configured to operate through HTTPS. See Mgmt.

  • Page 76: Networking Tab

    The LAN hardware (or MAC, Media Access Control) address of the HP Jetdirect print Hardware Address server. This unique address is assigned by Hewlett-Packard, but can be locally administered. A Locally Administered Address (LAA) that replaces the LAN Hardware (MAC) address.

  • Page 77: Sending Product Information To Hp

    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. See Hewlett-Packard Online Privacy Statement. ENWW...

  • Page 78: Tcp/ip Settings

    If you choose to decline by pressing No, a log entry to record this choice may be sent to HP. To prevent HP from making a log entry that data collection was refused, do one of the following: ■ Disable access to the Internet before pressing No. You can disable Internet access on your browser, for example, by disabling the Web Proxy server.

  • Page 79: Network Identification

    Table 4-3 TCP/IP Summary tab (continued) Item Description IPv4 status Indicates the status of IPv4 operation. IPv4 cannot be disabled from the embedded Web server in this release. Fully Qualified Domain Name (IPv4) The fully qualified domain name consists of the device's host name and domain name. IPv4 Address Identifies the IPv4 address, subnet mask and default gateway for the print server.

  • Page 80: Tcp/ip(v4)

    Table 4-4 TCP/IP Network Identification tab (continued) Item Description DNS (IPv4) Use the fields provided to configure the print server with primary and secondary Domain Name System (DNS) servers on your IPv4 or IPv6 networks. DNS (IPv6) Primary: Specify the IP address of the primary DNS (Domain Name System) server. Secondary: Specify the IP address of a secondary DNS server to use if the primary DNS server is unavailable.

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    Table 4-5 TCP/IP(v4) tab (continued) Item Description An IP address uniquely identifies a node on a TCP/IP network. Duplicate IP addresses on a TCP/IP network are not allowed. Subnet Mask If subnetting is used, use this field to manually assign a subnet mask. A subnet mask is a 32- bit number that, when applied to an IP address, determines which bits specify the network and subnet, and which bits uniquely specify the node.

  • Page 82: Config Precedence

    Table 4-6 TCP/IP(v6) tab (continued) Item Description To set the DHCPv6 policy, select one of the following: ■ Perform DHCPv6 only when requested by a router: (default) Allow the router to control stateful addressing. ■ Perform DHCPv6 when stateless configuration is unsuccessful: Attempt to use DHCPv6 if stateless addressing by a router fails.

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    Table 4-7 TCP/IP Config Precedence tab (continued) Item Description Reinitialize Now This button saves the new precedence table, clears the configuration method to its factory-default setting, and restarts the IP stack. Clear Previous Values and This button saves the new precedence table, clears the configuration method to its Reinitialize Now factory-default setting, clears current TCP/IP parameter settings, and restarts the IP stack.

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    Table 4-8 TCP/IP Advanced tab (continued) Item Description System Location (IPv4 or IPv6) Specifies the physical location of the device or related information. Only printable ASCII characters are allowed, up to 64 characters. When configured, this parameter will be displayed on the HP Jetdirect home page. Proxy Server (For printers/MFPs that support this feature) (IPv4 only) Specifies the proxy server to be used by embedded applications in your...

  • Page 85: Network Settings, Ipx/spx

    Network Settings The Network Settings pages allow you to set or change configuration parameters for IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, DLC/LLC, and SNMP protocols. To assign a parameter setting, enter the desired value and click Apply. IPX/SPX The IPX/SPX tab allows you to configure IPX/SPX (Internet Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange) parameters on the HP Jetdirect print server for operation on a Novell NetWare or IPX/ SPX-compatible network (such as a Microsoft network).

  • Page 86: Appletalk

    Table 4-9 IPX/SPX Settings (continued) Item Description NDS Context The print server's NDS context refers to the NDS container or organizational unit that contains the print server object. Print queue and device objects can be located anywhere within the NDS tree, but the HP Jetdirect print server must be configured with the fully- qualified print server object name.

  • Page 87: Dlc/llc

    Table 4-10 AppleTalk Settings (continued) Item Description Click the Refresh selected zone Info button to refresh the list of available zones. 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.

  • Page 88: Other Settings

    Table 4-11 SNMP Settings (continued) Item Description When enabled, an SNMP v3 account must be created on the print server, and the account information must be implemented on the SNMP v3 management application. You may create an account by providing the following information: User Name: the SNMP v3 account user name.

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    Table 4-12 Miscellaneous Settings (continued) Item Description NOTE If this parameter is disabled, other protocols that use multicast protocols, such as mDNS and SLP, may also be disabled without notification. 9100 Config 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.

  • Page 90: Firmware Upgrade

    Table 4-12 Miscellaneous Settings (continued) Item Description Disable listening on these ports For security purposes, two fields allow you to disable services on the printer that use the network. In each field, you must specify the port numbers that are used for network communications with those services.

  • Page 91: Lpd Queues

    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 Printing. LPD printing must be enabled on the print server before you can set LPD queues. If LPD is disabled, go to the Misc.

  • Page 92

    Table 4-13 LPD Queue Parameters (continued) Item Description Queue Type Processing instruction for the queue. Choose from these four queue types: ■ 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.

  • Page 93: Support Info, Refresh Rate, Privacy Settings

    First, set up the print queue: ■ Name a string: Type “reset_string” into the String Name field in row 1. ■ Define the string's value: Type “\1BE” (Escape-E) into the Value field in row 1. (Alternatively, you could type “\1B\45”.) ■...

  • Page 94: Status, Wizard, Restore Defaults

    Status The Status page displays the current security configuration settings of the print server. The settings that will be displayed depend on the features supported by the print server. Wizard NOTE If you use HP Web Jetadmin to manage your devices, you should not use this wizard. Instead, use HP Web Jetadmin to configure your network security settings to ensure they are properly set for your network.

  • Page 95: Admin. Account

    Table 4-14 Wizard Security Levels (continued) Security Level Description SNMP Configuration pages are used to configure specific SNMP settings: ■ 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.

  • Page 96: Certificates

    NOTE The administrator password may be cleared by a cold reset of the print server, which resets the print server to factory default settings. A checkbox allows you to synchronize HP Web Jetadmin and the SNMP v1/v2c Set Community Name. If you enable this feature (the checkbox is checked), the administrator password will also be used as the SNMP Set Community Name for SNMP v1/v2c management applications.

  • Page 97: Configuring Certificates

    The Certificates page provides the status of the certificates installed on the HP Jetdirect print server: ■ Jetdirect certificate. The Jetdirect certificate is used to validate the identity of the Jetdirect device to clients and to network authentication servers. By factory default, a self-signed Jetdirect certificate is preinstalled. This allows the embedded Web server to use HTTPS and appear as a secure site when accessed by a Web browser.

  • Page 98

    Table 4-15 Certificate Configuration Screens (continued) ■ Create Certificate Request. Using this option, you are prompted for specific device and organizational information in the following screen: Certificate Information This option may be used, for example, when an authentication protocol requires that a Jetdirect certificate issued by a trusted third party or Certificate Authority be installed.

  • Page 99

    Table 4-15 Certificate Configuration Screens (continued) Examples: Domain Name: myprinter.mydepartment.mycompany.com IP address: 192.168.2.116 The Common Name will be used to uniquely identify the device. For HP Jetdirect print servers using EAP authentication, some authentication servers may need to be configured with the Common Name as specified on the certificate.

  • Page 100: Access Control

    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. Up to 10 entries can be included on the list.

  • Page 101

    Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) use, other non-secure communications (HTTP) are redirected to HTTPS. Redirection of your browser to use HTTPS may be transparent depending on your browser's capabilities. By factory default, unlike prior HP Jetdirect print servers, HP Jetdirect 635n print servers are configured to require HTTPS only.

  • Page 102: Other

    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.

  • Page 103: X Authentication

    Table 4-16 Other Protocols (continued) Item Description Enable or disable RCFG, a remote IPX configuration protocol used by older management tools to configure Novell NetWare parameters. Disabling RCFG does not affect direct mode printing using IPX/SPX. Disabling Telnet, FTP firmware upgrades, and RCFG is recommended. 802.1x Authentication (Full-featured print servers only) This page allows you to configure 802.1X authentication settings on the Jetdirect print server as required for client authentication on your network.

  • Page 104: Network Statistics, Configuration Page

    Table 4-17 802.1X Configuration Settings (continued) Item Description Encryption Strength Specify the minimum encryption strength that can be used during communications with the authentication server. You may select Low, Medium, or High encryption strength. For each encryption strength, ciphers are specified to identify the weakest cipher allowed.

  • Page 105: Other Links, Help, Support

    HP online support and HP product information Web pages (Internet access is required). HP Home HP Home provides a link to Hewlett-Packard's home page on the HP Web site (Internet access is required). This link may also be accessed by clicking on the HP logo.

  • Page 106

    Chapter 4 HP Jetdirect Embedded Web Server (V.31.xx) ENWW...

  • Page 107

    IPsec Configuration HP Jetdirect 635n print servers support Internet Protocol security (IPsec) standards for network-layer security on both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. IPsec (RFC 2401) is relatively complex. But because IPsec provides security at the network layer and can be relatively independent of application layers, the opportunity for secure host-to-host communications over a widespread network, such as the Internet, is greatly enhanced.

  • Page 108

    Table 5-1 IPsec Policy page Item Description Enable IPsec Enter a check mark in the checkbox to enable your IPsec policy. Clear this checkbox to disable IPsec operation. Allow all non-IPsec traffic If IPsec is enabled, select a Default Policy for non-IPsec packets. The default setting is to discard (drop) non-IPsec packets for maximum security.

  • Page 109: Hp Jetdirect Ipsec Wizard

    Table 5-1 IPsec Policy page (continued) Item Description IPsec Rules The IPsec policy consists of rules for processing IPsec packets. Up to ten IPsec rules may be configured. Each rule is defined by the following fields: ■ Address Template: Identifies the IP addresses for which the rule applies. You may select among several predefined templates, or specify a custom template.

  • Page 110: Step 1-specify An Address Template, Create Address Template, Step 2-specify Service Template

    HP Jetdirect IPsec Wizard Rule 2 Rule 1 HP Jetdirect IPsec Step 1: Step 1: Addresses1 Addresses2 Rules IPsec Policy Step 2: Step 2: Services1 Services2 Step 3: Step 3: IPsec1 IPsec2 Figure 5-2 Use IPsec Wizard to configure rules Step 1-Specify an Address Template The available address templates for which a rule will apply are listed in the Address Templates field by name.

  • Page 111: Create Service Template, Select Custom Services, Add Custom Services

    CAUTION If all services are not specified, a security risk may exist. Future networking applications that are deployed after the IPsec Policy is in place may not be IPsec-protected unless the All Services template is used. To view or delete a template in the list, select it and click View or Delete. After an service template has been selected, click Next.

  • Page 112: Step 3 - Specify Ipsec Template, Create Ipsec Template

    Table 5-5 Add Custom Services page Item Description Custom Service Name Use the edit field to enter a name for the custom service policy. NOTE The custom service policy template name must be unique for all custom service policy templates. Protocol Select a protocol for this custom service.

  • Page 113: Ikev1 Phase 1 (authentication)

    Table 5-6 Create IPsec Template page Item Description IPsec Template Name Enter a name for a custom IPsec template in the edit box. This name will be added to the Step 3-Specify IPsec Template page. NOTE The IPsec policy template name must be unique for all IPsec policy templates.

  • Page 114: Ipsec Protocols

    Table 5-7 IKE Phase 1 (Authentication) page (continued) Item Description Security Methods (Required) Select the Encryption methods and strengths and Hash methods to be used. Selecting all the methods will result in a single negotiated method. Perfect Forward Secrecy When secret keys are periodically replaced, Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) indicates that the new keys are independently derived and unrelated to the prior keys.

  • Page 115: Summary, Configuring Windows Systems, Manual Keys

    Manual Keys Use this page to configure encryption keys and Security Associations manually. Because the applicable hosts will also be manually configured, authentication and dynamic key generation are not needed. Items on this page are described below. Table 5-8 Manual Keys page Item Description ESP SPI (256 to 4095 ASCII)

  • Page 116

    Chapter 5 IPsec Configuration ENWW...

  • Page 117: Security Features

    Security Features 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 Although these features can help to minimize unauthorized access to stored data and configuration parameters on HP Jetdirect print servers, the prevention of unauthorized...

  • Page 118

    Table 6-1 Summary of HP Jetdirect Security Features (continued) ■ Used by Telnet (IPv4), HP Web Jetadmin (IPv4), and the embedded Web server to control access to HP Jetdirect configuration parameters. ■ Up to 16 alphanumeric characters may be used. ■...

  • Page 119

    Table 6-1 Summary of HP Jetdirect Security Features (continued) (For full-featured print servers only) ■ An SNMP v3 agent on the HP Jetdirect print server provides secure, encrypted communications with an SNMP v3 management application, such as HP Web Jetadmin. ■...

  • Page 120: Using Security Features

    Using Security Features Access to HP Jetdirect configuration parameters can be controlled through combined use of the available security features. Table 6-2 Settings for Access Control provides examples of various settings and the associated level of access control. Table 6-2 Settings for Access Control Settings Level of Access Control...

  • Page 121

    Troubleshooting the HP Jetdirect Print Server This chapter describes how to diagnose and correct problems associated with the HP Jetdirect print server. A flowchart guides you to the correct procedures for troubleshooting the following: ■ Printer problems ■ HP Jetdirect hardware installation and connection problems ■...

  • Page 122: Resetting To Factory Defaults, Service Menu Example

    Resetting to Factory Defaults Parameters on the HP Jetdirect print server (for example, the IP address) can be reset to factory default values using the following procedures: CAUTION A Jetdirect X.509 certificate will be saved over a cold reset to factory default values.

  • Page 123: Troubleshooting Chart - Assessing The Problem

    General Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Chart - Assessing the Problem Is the Printer See Procedure 1 On and Online? Can you print See Procedure 2 a Configuration Page? Does the printer control panel See Procedure 3 display a "READY" message? Does an "I/O Card Ready"...

  • Page 124: Procedure 1: Verifying That The Printer Is On And Online

    Procedure 1: Verifying that the Printer is On and Online Check the following items to make sure the printer is ready to print. Is the printer plugged in and turned on? Make sure the printer is plugged in and turned on. If the problem persists, you may have a defective power cable, power source, or printer.

  • Page 125: Procedure 3: Resolving Printer Display Error Messages

    Check the following items if the configuration page does not print. Did you perform the correct steps on the printer to print the configuration page? The steps required to print a configuration page vary between different printers and print servers. See the documentation supplied with your print server.

  • Page 126: Procedure 4: Resolving Printer Communication Problems With The Network

    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.

  • Page 127

    For 10/100/1000Base-T print servers, is auto-negotiation properly configured? For EIO print servers, auto-negotiation may be configured through the EIO Jetdirect menu using the printer's control panel. Auto-negotiation is the factory default setting. For proper operation, the link speed and communication mode on the print server must match the network.

  • Page 128

    See the troubleshooting section in the online help included with the HP Web Jetadmin software. If you are using Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 (DLC/LLC), does the printer appear in the Add a Hewlett-Packard Network Peripheral Port dialog box? ● Verify network and HP Jetdirect settings on the Jetdirect configuration page. See Jetdirect Configuration Pages for information on the configuration page.

  • Page 129

    HP Jetdirect Configuration Pages HP Jetdirect configuration pages are important tools for managing or troubleshooting HP Jetdirect print servers. The standard HP Jetdirect Configuration page provides identification information (such as the HP Jetdirect model, firmware version, and LAN hardware address), as well as status and configuration parameters of supported network protocols.

  • Page 130: Status Field Error Messages, Configuration Page Format

    HP Jetdirect Configuration Page The standard HP Jetdirect configuration page provides overall status and configuration settings on the print server. Status Field Error Messages The HP Jetdirect configuration page contains several status fields for the print server and the supported protocols. One or more error codes and related error messages may be displayed in a Status field.

  • Page 131: Configuration Page Messages, Hp Jetdirect Configuration/general Information

    Table 8-1 Configuration Page sections Section Name Description HP Jetdirect Configuration or General Identifies the HP Jetdirect print server and provides general status. For Information information on items in this section, see Table 8-2 HP Jetdirect Configuration. (For error messages, see Table 8-12 Error Messages.) Security Settings...

  • Page 132: Security Settings

    Table 8-2 HP Jetdirect Configuration (continued) Message Description I/O CARD INITIALIZING, or INITIALIZING: The HP Jetdirect print server is initializing the network protocols. For more information, see the status line for each protocol on the configuration page. I/O CARD NOT READY, or ERROR: There is a problem with the print server or its configuration.

  • Page 133

    Table 8-3 Security Settings Message Description 802.1X Identifies whether the print server has been configured with EAP/802.1X client authentication settings. Specified: 802.1X authentication has been configured. Not Specified: 802.1X authentication has not been configured. IPsec: Provides the print server's current IPsec status. Enabled: IPsec is enabled and operating as configured by the user.

  • Page 134: Tcp/ip Protocol Information

    Table 8-3 Security Settings (continued) Message Description Not Specified: An SNMP set community name has not been set. Specified: A user-specified SNMP set community has been set. Access List: (IPv4 only) Identifies whether a host access control list is configured on the HP Jetdirect print server.

  • Page 135

    Table 8-6 IPv4 Section. For IPv6 parameters, see Table 8-7 IPv6 Section. For error messages, see Table 8-12 Error Messages. Table 8-5 TCP/IP Configuration Information Message Description STATUS: Current TCP status. READY: Indicates the HP Jetdirect print server is awaiting data over TCP/IP. DISABLED: Indicates that TCP/IP was manually disabled.

  • Page 136: Ipv4 Section

    Table 8-5 TCP/IP Configuration Information (continued) Message Description IPv4 Section The following table includes items displayed under the IPv4 section of the configuration page. Table 8-6 IPv4 Section Message Description IP ADDRESS: The Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) address assigned to the HP Jetdirect print server.

  • Page 137: Ipv6 Section, Ipx/spx Protocol Information

    Table 8-6 IPv4 Section (continued) Message Description RARP SERVER: BOOTP/DHCP SERVER: Displayed during initialization while the HP Jetdirect print server attempts to obtain its TCP/IP configuration from a BOOTP or DHCP server. The temporary address displayed is 0.0.0.0. TFTP SERVER: The IP address of the system where the TFTP configuration file is located.

  • Page 138: Novell Netware Parameters

    Table 8-8 IPX/SPX Configuration Information Message Description STATUS: 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.

  • Page 139: Appletalk Protocol Information

    Table 8-9 Novell NetWare Configuration Information (continued) Message Description INITIALIZING: Indicates that the print server is registering the node address or name. An additional status message may also be displayed. An error code and message is displayed if the print server is not ready. For more information, see Table 8-12 Error Messages.

  • Page 140: Dlc/llc Protocol Information, Error Messages

    Table 8-10 AppleTalk Configuration Information (continued) Message Description READY: Indicates the HP Jetdirect print server is awaiting data. DISABLED: Indicates that AppleTalk was manually disabled. INITIALIZING: Indicates that the print server is registering the node address or name. An additional status message may also be displayed. An error code and message is displayed if the print server is not ready.

  • Page 141

    Table 8-12 Error Messages Error Code and Message Description During self-test, the HP Jetdirect print server detected an internal loopback test error. 02 LAN ERROR - INTERNAL LOOPBACK The print server may be faulty. If the error persists, replace the HP Jetdirect print server.

  • Page 142

    Table 8-12 Error Messages (continued) Error Code and Message Description With a wired Ethernet port connected, this message is displayed if Link Beat is not 12 LAN ERROR - NO LINKBEAT sensed. Check the network cable, and verify that the concentrator/hub is providing Link Beat.

  • Page 143

    Table 8-12 Error Messages (continued) Error Code and Message Description Remote Printer mode error: The HP Jetdirect print server was unable to establish 1D UNABLE TO CONNECT TO an SPX connection with the NetWare print server. Make sure that the NetWare print SERVER server is running and that all cables and routers are functioning correctly.

  • Page 144

    Table 8-12 Error Messages (continued) Error Code and Message Description The HP Jetdirect print server encountered an unexpected fatal error after it had 26 UNKNOWN NCP RETURN successfully connected to the file server. A wide variety of failures could produce this CODE error message, including a downed file server or a network router failure.

  • Page 145

    Table 8-12 Error Messages (continued) Error Code and Message Description The NDS tree cannot be located. The message may occur when the file server is not 3A NDS ERR: UNABLE TO FIND running or when a network communications problem exists. TREE The HP Jetdirect print server cannot change the NDS connection state.

  • Page 146

    Table 8-12 Error Messages (continued) Error Code and Message Description The TFTP configuration file specified too many trap destination list entries using the 4E CF ERR - TRAP LIST “trap-destination:” keyword. EXCEEDED 4F TFTP REMOTE ERROR The TFTP transfer of the configuration file from the host to the HP Jetdirect print server failed with the remote host sending a TFTP ERROR packet to the print server.

  • Page 147: Security Configuration Page

    Table 8-12 Error Messages (continued) Error Code and Message Description 62 DEFAULT IP CONFIGURED An IP address could not be retrieved over the network. The print server will default to a legacy default IP address 192.0.0.192. 63 AUTO IP IN PROGRESS The print server is automatically assigning an IP address using link-local addressing in the form 169.254.x.x.

  • Page 148

    Figure 8-2 HP Jetdirect Security Page (635n) The parameters in each section of the Security page are described below. Security Settings This section on the Security page provides similar information that is located on the standard HP Jetdirect configuration page. See the table below. Table 8-13 Security Settings Message...

  • Page 149

    Table 8-13 Security Settings (continued) Message Description Policy Failed: The print server failed to implement the IPsec policy that was configured. You may need to reset security (through the control panel or embedded Web server), or perform a cold-reset of the print server. Admin Password: Specifies whether an IP Administrator password has been configured on the print server.

  • Page 150: Ipsec Error Log, Local Ip Addresses, Ipsec Stats, Ike Stats

    IPsec Error Log This section is reserved for future use. Local IP Addresses This section lists the IPv4 and IPv6 addresses configured on the print server. IPsec Stats IPsec statistics gathered and reported by the print server are described below. Table 8-14 IPsec Statistics Message...

  • Page 151: Ipsec Sa Table, Available Network Services

    Message Description Rekeys: Displays the number of times keys have been regenerated (for example, after a key lifetime setting has been exceeded and then regenerated). IKE Connections OK (1/Q): Displays the number of successful IPsec connections for both Phase 1 and Quick Mode attempts, separated by a slash (Phase 1 count / Quick Mode count).

  • Page 152

    For example, for LPD printing enabled with an IPsec rule, a local TCP, secure, port 515 would be listed. Port 515 is a well-known port for LPD services. And if the print server is connected to a remote application's port 25, it may list remote TCP, unsecure, port 25 of the client. Chapter 8 HP Jetdirect Configuration Pages ENWW...

  • Page 153: Lpd Printing

    LPD Printing 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: ■...

  • Page 154: Requirements For Configuring Lpd

    About LPD 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: ■...

  • Page 155: Lpd Setup Overview, Step 1. Setting Up Ip Parameters

    on the HP Jetdirect printer configuration page. If you have not printed a configuration page from your printer, see your printer documentation for instructions. You must also have the following: ■ An operating system that supports LPD printing. ■ Superuser (root) or Administrator access to your system. ■...

  • Page 156: Lpd On Unix Systems, Configuring Print Queues For Bsd-based Systems

    The line printer daemon treats data in the raw queue as formatted files in PCL, PostScript, or HP- GL/2 languages and sends the data without change to the printer. Data in the auto queue will be automatically processed as text or raw, as appropriate. For the binps queue, the PostScript interpreter interprets the print job as binary PostScript data.

  • Page 157: Configuring Print Queues Using Sam (hp-ux Systems)

    lj1_raw|raw1:\ :lp=:\ :rm=laserjet1:\ :rp=raw:\ :lf=/usr/spool/lpd/lj1_raw.log:\ :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. Make sure your users know the printer names for the printers, since they must type those names on the command line for printing.

  • Page 158: Printing A Test File

    Select Add a Remote Printer from the Actions list, then select a printer name. Examples: my_printer or printer1 Select a remote system name. Example: jetdirect1 (node name of the HP Jetdirect print server) Select a remote printer name. Type text for ASCII or raw for PostScript, PCL, or HP-GL/2. Type auto to let the line printer daemon select automatically.

  • Page 159: Lpd On Windows 2000/server 2003 Systems, Installing Tcp/ip Software

    lpq -Pprinter_name where printer_name is the designated printer. 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 2000/Server 2003 Systems This section describes how to configure supported Windows networks to use the HP Jetdirect LPD (Line Printer Daemon) services.

  • Page 160: Configuring A Network Printer For Windows 2000/server 2003 Systems

    Enter TCP/IP configuration values for the computer: ● Windows 2000/Server 2003—On the General tab in the Local Area Connection Properties window, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties. If you are configuring a Windows server, type the IP address, default gateway address, and subnet mask in the appropriate spaces.

  • Page 161: Verifying The Configuration, Printing From Windows Clients

    In the Add LPR compatible printer window: ● Enter the DNS name or IP address of the HP Jetdirect print server. NOTE Some client applications may not support the direct entry of an IPv6 address. However, support through the use of name resolution may be available provided the appropriate IPv6 records are configured in DNS.

  • Page 162: Adding Windows Optional Networking Components, Configuring A Network Lpd Printer, Adding A New Lpd Printer

    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. Adding Windows Optional Networking Components Click Start.

  • Page 163: Creating An Lpr Port For An Installed Printer

    In the Add LPR Compatible Printer window, do the following: ● Type the Domain Name System (DNS) name or Internet protocol (IP) address of the HP Jetdirect print server. NOTE Some client applications may not support the direct entry of an IPv6 address. However, support through the use of name resolution may be available provided the appropriate IPv6 records are configured in DNS.

  • Page 164: Assigning An Ip Address, Setting Up Mac Os

    Select OK. Select Close and OK to close the Properties box. LPD on Mac OS Systems LaserWriter 8 version 8.5.1 or higher is required in order to support IP printing on computers running any of the following: ■ Mac OS 8.1 or higher ■...

  • Page 165

    NOTE The queue name is typically raw. Other valid queue names are text, binps, auto, or a user-defined queue name (user-defined print queues can be set up through Telnet or the embedded Web server, see HP Jetdirect Embedded Web Server (V.31.xx)).

  • Page 166

    Appendix A LPD Printing ENWW...

  • Page 167: Requirements, Print Files, Using Ftp Printing, Ftp Connections

    FTP Printing FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a basic TCP/IP connectivity utility to transfer data between systems. FTP printing is a way to use FTP to send print files from a client system to an 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.

  • Page 168: Control Connection, Data Connection, Ftp Login

    TFTP, Telnet, printer's control panel (see TCP/IP Configuration), the embedded Web server (see Jetdirect Embedded Web Server (V.31.xx)), or management software. Control Connection Using standard FTP, a control connection is opened by the client to the FTP server on the HP Jetdirect print server.

  • Page 169: Ending The Ftp Session, Commands

    Figure B-1 FTP Login Example If the connection is successful, a Ready message will be displayed. After a successful connection, the user is prompted for a login name and password. The default is the client's login name. The Jetdirect FTP server will allow any user name. Passwords are ignored. If login is successful, a message “230”...

  • Page 170

    Table B-1 User Commands for HP Jetdirect FTP Server (continued) Command Description dir or ls displays the contents of the current directory. If this command is typed in the root directory, a list of available ports for printing is displayed. For supported HP Jetdirect print servers, only port1 is available.

  • Page 171: Example Of An Ftp Session

    Connected to 192.168.45.39. 220 JD FTP Server Ready User <192.168.45.39:none>>: susan_g 001 Username Ok, send identity <email address> as password Password: 230- Hewlett-Packard FTP Print Server Version 2.0 Directory: Description: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PORT1 Print to port 1 HP color LaserJet 4500 To print a file, use the command: put <filename>...

  • Page 172

    Appendix B FTP Printing ENWW...

  • Page 173

    The HP Jetdirect EIO Control Panel Menu When supported by the printer, HP Jetdirect EIO 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. NOTE This section describes the EIO control panel menus for the HP Jetdirect 635n print server with firmware version V31.xx.nn...

  • Page 174: Classic Control Panel

    Classic Control Panel Classic control panels can typically display two lines of 16 characters each. As described in Table C-1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu, the HP Jetdirect control panel menu allows you to enable or disable network protocols, and configure selected network parameters. On the control panel display, an asterisk (*) is used to identify the selected value.

  • Page 175

    Table C-1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu (continued) Menu Item Description If you specify BOOTP=NO*, DHCP=NO* and AUTO IP=NO*, you can manually set the following TCP/IPv4 parameters from the control panel: ■ Each byte of the IPv4 address (IP) ■...

  • Page 176

    Table C-1 HP Jetdirect Classic Control Panel Menu (continued) Menu Item Description Specify whether the current security settings on the print server will be saved or reset to SECURITY= factory defaults. KEEP (default): The current security settings are maintained. RESET: Security settings are reset to factory defaults. IPSEC Specify the state of IPsec on the print server.

  • Page 177: Graphical Control Panel

    Graphical Control Panel Graphical control panels typically display 18 characters on a line, and as many as four lines at a time. In addition, scrolling may be supported to allow display of additional lines. MENUS MENUS + XXXXXXXXXX + XXXXXXXXXX + XXXXXXXXXXXX + XXXXXXXXXXXX + XXXXXXXX...

  • Page 178

    Table C-2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (continued) Menu Item Submenu Options Additional Options Description of settings DHCP RENEW This menu appears if CONFIG METHOD was set to DHCP and a DHCP lease for the print server exists. ■ NO (default): The print server does not request to renew the DHCP lease.

  • Page 179

    Table C-2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (continued) Menu Item Submenu Options Additional Options Description of settings SETTINGS) to enable and manually configure a TCP/ IPv6 address. LINK-LOCAL: Use this item to display the IPv6 link- local address configured on the print server. DHCPV6: If available, use this item to display stateful IPv6 addresses controlled by a DHCPv6 server.

  • Page 180

    Table C-2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (continued) Menu Item Submenu Options Additional Options Description of settings Use the Select (or numerical keypad “6”) button to enter each digit or colon. Pressing the Select button after the last item saves the prefix. PROXY SERVER (For printers/MFPs that support this feature) Specifies the proxy server to be used by embedded...

  • Page 181

    Table C-2 HP Jetdirect Graphical Control Panel Menu (continued) Menu Item Submenu Options Additional Options Description of settings HTTPS REQUIRED: For secure, encrypted communications, only HTTPS access is accepted. The print server will appear as a secure site. HTTPS OPTIONAL: Access using either HTTP or HTTPS is permitted.

  • Page 182

    Appendix C The HP Jetdirect EIO Control Panel Menu ENWW...

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    Open Source Licensing Statements gSOAP Part of the software embedded in, or supplied with, this product is gSOAP software. Portions created by gSOAP are Copyright © 2001-2004 Robert A. van Engelen, Genivia inc. All Rights Reserved. THE SOFTWARE IN THIS PRODUCT WAS IN PART PROVIDED BY GENIVIA INC AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.

  • Page 184: Openssl, Original Ssleay License

    OpenSSL OpenSSL License Copyright © 1998–2004 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

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    lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com). Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed.

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    Appendix D Open Source Licensing Statements ENWW...

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    Index Chooser, Apple 15, 118 Access List BAD BOOTP REPLY 136 cold-reset 112 configuration page entry 124, BAD BOOTP TAG SIZE 136 Community name BAD PACKETS RCVD 124 configuration page 123, 139 embedded Web server 90 banner page embedded Web server 77 security features 108 embedded Web server 73 security features 108...

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    control panel 164, 167 ERR NEGOTIATING BUFFER Telnet 46 enabling or disabling 40 SIZE 133 TFTP file 29 Telnet configuration 46 error messages HP Jetdirect UNIX systems 37 HP Jetdirect configuration page cold-reset 112 using 36 configuration page messages Windows servers 37 printer control panel 115 DHCP NAK 136 configuration page, how to print...

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    system requirements 11 INTERNAL LOOPBACK 131 TFTP 32 Internet Printing Protocol. See IPP LOSS OF CARRIER 131 INVALID NO LINKBEAT 132 GATEWAY ADDRESS 135 NO SQE 131 AUTHENTICATION ERROR IP ADDRESS 135 RECEIVER OFF 131 PASSWORD 137 RETRY FAULTS 131 CONNECTION STATE ERROR SERVER ADDRESS 135 TRANSMITTER OFF 131...

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    NIS (Network Information Service) Protected Extensible embedded Web server 91 Authentication Protocol. See Telnet configuration 46 NO QUEUE ASSIGNED 132 PEAP TFTP configuration 29 NODE NAME 129 protocols Security Association 99 NOT CONFIGURED 132 control panel configuration 163 Security Associations Novell NetWare embedded Web server 78, 90 security configuration page 141...

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    Telnet configuration 49 UNEXPECTED PSERVER DATA TFTP configuration 31 RCVD 134 syslog server UNICAST PACKETS RCVD 124 Bootptab file parameter 26 UNIX (HP-UX and Solaris) printer control panel 59 networks, LPD printing 143 UNKNOWN NCP RETURN CODE TCP/IP UNSENDABLE PACKETS 124 configuration methods 17 upgrades (software, driver, and configuration page 125...

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    Index ENWW...

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