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P H A S E R 1 2 3 5 ® C O L O R P R I N T E R Quick Network Installation Guide...
Phaser 1235 Color Printer ® Quick Network Install Guide 071078500 August 2000...
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Introduction The purpose of this document is to provide an experienced Systems Administrator with information for setting up the Phaser 1235 printer on the various networks indicated. Requirements In general, the requirements needed for printer connection and setup include: A workstation with the appropriate operating system software installed for that station.
How to use this document This document has been arranged to get the printer set up on your network quickly and with minimum reading. Review the Table of Contents. Find the Network Operating Systems (NOS), which pertains to your network. Go to the page indicated and perform the procedure.
Windows NT 4.x Network Introduction Your printer can be installed on a Windows NT network using one of two methods: TCP/IP protocol AppleTalk protocol The Preliminary Steps given below must be accomplished for all printers regardless of the protocol that is being used. Then, the Quick Install Steps will detail the installation based on the protocol used on your network.
Verify that My Computer is selected and click Next>. Click Add Port. From the list that appears, select LPR Port. Click New Port. This will open up the Add LPR compatible printer window. Type the IP address of your printer and a printer name of up to 31 characters (no spaces).
For installing or managing multiple printers on a Windows NT network with TCP/IP protocol enabled, you can use the Xerox CentreWare MC snap-in to Microsoft Management Console. Refer to the Xerox CentreWare MC User Guide. Quick install steps (AppleTalk protocol) At the Desktop, right-mouse-click the Network Neighborhood icon and select Properties.
Click OK. The Wizard will return you to the previous dialog. Verify that the port name you entered is in the list and is correct. The check box to the left of the port name must be checked; if it is not, check it, then select Next>.
Windows 9x (95/95sr2/98/98se), Windows 2000, and Millennium (Me/ME) Networks Introduction Your printer can be installed on a Windows 2000 network using one of three methods: TCP/IP protocol (LPR into Port 9100/AppSocket) Server Message Block (SMB) protocol AppleTalk protocol Your printer can be installed on a Windows 9x (95/95sr/98/98se) network or a Millennium (Me/ME) network using the SMB protocol method.
Quick install steps (TCP/IP protocol) — Windows 2000 only At the Desktop, right-mouse-click the My Network Places icon and select Properties. Right-mouse-click the Local Area Connection icon inside the Network and Dial-up Connections window. Select Properties. Select the General tab and verify that Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is loaded.
Internet Printer Services. Note For installing or managing multiple printers on a Windows 2000 network with TCP/IP protocol enabled, you can use the Xerox CentreWare MC snap-in to Microsoft Management Console. Refer to the Xerox CentreWare MC User Guide.
Quick install steps (SMB protocol) Type your printer’s IP Address in your web browser. Select Properties to view and set properties. In the tree to the left, expand the Protocols folder by clicking the + sign. Select SMB TCP/IP; the SMB over TCP/IP dialog box should appear.
Click Next>. Click the Local Printer radio button. Click Next>. Click the Create a New Port radio button. Select the AppleTalk Printing Devices from the New Port Type pull-down menu. You are now presented with a list of zones discovered on the network.
Check the print job for print-quality. If print-quality problems exist, use the print-quality section of your printer’s Advanced Features and Troubleshooting Manual to correct the problem. If your print job did not print, see the Troubleshooting section for your operating system in the Technical Information Guide to correct the problem.
Macintosh EtherTalk Network Quick install steps Print the Configuration Sheet. Details are in this document in Appendix A: Print the Configuration Sheet. Check the Configuration Sheet and verify that the EtherTalk is enabled, the AppleTalk name is correct, the AppleTalk zone is correct (if used), and the proper connector is enabled.
Novell NetWare 3.1x, 4.1x, 5.x Networks Note If you use NetWare 4.x or 5.x and print using NDPS/NEPS, Xerox provides a Xerox NDPS/NEPS solution. This is available from the Xerox web site at: http://www.xerox.com/officeprinting. Quick setup Print the Configuration Sheet. Details are in this document in Appendix A: Print the Configuration Sheet.
Advanced setup The Advanced Setup option of CentreWare DP gives you a tool to control how your devices are configured in your Novell NetWare network environment. This tool is only necessary for connecting your device to more than one file server or queue. For a connection to a single device and queue, use Setup Wizard.
OS/2 Warp Server (LAN Server) Network Quick install steps Print the Configuration Sheet. Details are in this document in Appendix A: Print the Configuration Sheet. Check the Configuration Sheet and verify that both the TCP/IP protocol and proper connector are enabled on the printer. Create a new printer to load print drivers.
OS/2 Warp V4.0 and OS/2 Warp Connect 3.0 Peer-to-Peer Network Quick install steps Print the Configuration Sheet. Details are in this document in Appendix A: Print the Configuration Sheet. Check the Configuration Sheet and verify that both the TCP/IP protocol and proper connector are enabled on the printer. Create a new printer to load print drivers.
UNIX Network Overview Your Phaser printer supports connection to a variety of UNIX platforms. Below is a list of the currently supported versions: SunOS Solaris IBM AIX Hewlett-Packard HPUX The procedures contained in this document will enable you to connect your printer in any of these environments.
Other UNIX OS: Load printer drivers and configure the printer for one of the Print Models. These drivers are available on the Printer Management Software CD-ROM or from the Xerox web site (ftp.xerox.com). Send a print job to the printer.
Internet Printer Services Overview Your Phaser printer includes an integrated web server. This means you can now check up on your printer status using your favorite web browser software! This section will show you how to set up this feature. The type of network to which your Phaser printer is connected will determine how Internet services will be enabled.
Configure your web browser This procedure will configure your web browser software to connect to your printer on the network. Consult Appendix B: Set an IP Address and assign your printer a TCP/IP address. Perform the procedure in Appendix A: Print a Configuration Sheet and retain the page for the steps below.
Appendix A: Print the Configuration Sheet It is important to print a Configuration Sheet for proper setup of the printer on the network. The information will be used to verify NIC address, verify enabled printer options, to check printer IP address, to check the print server name in the case of a Novell network, and to verify the AppleTalk name or zone if used in an AppleTalk network.
Appendix B: Set an IP Address Your printer can be set up on a variety of TCP/IP networks. There are several ways in which your printer can be assigned a TCP/IP address, depending on your network. Static Addressing TCP/IP address is assigned manually by the system administrator.
Press Item Up or Item Down until you see: Ethernet Menu IP Address Press Value Up or Value Down until you see: IP Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Use Value Up or Value Down to increment the underlined value in the IP Address by 1 each time the key is pressed. Holding down Value Up or Value Down causes continuous scrolling through the values.
Dynamic addressing (RARP/BOOTP The TCP/IP address is assigned automatically by the Server. Follow the steps below: Press Menu Up or Menu Down until you see: Menus Ethernet Menu Press Item Up or Item Down until you see: Ethernet Menu IP Address Resolution Press Value Up or Value Down until you see: IP Address Resolution BOOTP/RARP...
Dynamic addressing (DHCP) The TCP/IP address is assigned automatically by the server. Press Menu Up or Menu Down until you see: Menus Ethernet Menu Press Item Up or Item Down until you see: Ethernet Menu IP Address Resolution Press Value Up or Value Down until you see: IP Address Resolution DHCP Press Enter.
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