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  • Page 1 ® Phaser 8510/8560MFP multifunction product System Administrator Guide www.xerox.com/support...
  • Page 2 Copyright © 2006 Xerox Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Unpublished rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. Contents of this publication may not be reproduced in any form without permission of Xerox Corporation. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms of matters of copyrightable materials and information now allowed by statutory or judicial law or hereinafter granted, including without limitation, material generated from the software programs which are displayed on the screen such as styles, templates, icons, screen displays, looks, etc.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Xerox Usage Analysis Tool........
  • Page 4 Contents Protocol Control ............3-6 HTTP.
  • Page 5 Contents Printing Features Secure, Personal, Personal Saved, Proof, Print With and Saved Print Jobs ... . . 5-2 Smart Trays ............. . 5-2 Paper Tips Page .
  • Page 6 Contents Glossary Terms and Abbreviations........... . 8-1 Configuration Card Parameters General Information Parameters .
  • Page 7 Contents Printer Commands Phaser PCL Commands ........... . . B-2 Media Size.
  • Page 8: Overview

    PrintingScout Alerts on page 1-2 PhaserSMART Technical Support on page 1-2 ■ ■ Xerox Support Centre on page 1-5 ■ CentreWare Internet Services (IS) on page 1-6 You can obtain information regarding your printer and its capabilities from the following sources.
  • Page 9: Printingscout Alerts

    PrintingScout Alerts PrintingScout Alerts PrintingScout is an automated tool that is installed with the Xerox printer driver. It automatically checks the printer status when a print job is sent. If the printer is unable to print a job, PrintingScout automatically displays an alert on the user’s computer screen to let them know that the printer needs attention.
  • Page 10 PhaserSMART Technical Support Using a Web Browser To access PhaserSMART Technical Support from the web: Open your browser and go to www.phaserSMART.com. Locate your printer’s IP address: On the control panel, press the System button. Select Information, and then press the OK button. System Identification, and then press the OK button.
  • Page 11 PhaserSMART Technical Support Using the Xerox Support Centre To access PhaserSMART Technical Support from the Xerox Support Centre: Select one of the following options: ■ Windows: Double-click the Xerox Support Centre icon on your desktop. Macintosh: Click the Xerox Support Centre icon in the ■...
  • Page 12: Xerox Support Centre

    Xerox Support Centre Xerox Support Centre The Xerox Support Centre is a utility that is installed when running the driver installer. It is available for systems with Windows 2000 and later or Mac OS X, version 10.2 and higher. The Xerox Support Centre appears on the desktop for Windows systems or is placed in the Mac OS X dock.
  • Page 13: Centreware Internet Services (Is)

    ■ Define a link to your local web server’s support page. ■ Access online manuals and technical support information located on the Xerox website. Note: CentreWare IS requires a web browser and a TCP/IP connection between the printer and the network (in Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX environments). TCP/IP and HTTP must be enabled in the printer.
  • Page 14: Network Installation Features

    Network Installation Features This chapter includes: ■ Using a Startup Network Configuration File on page 2-2 ■ Printer Driver Installation Features on page 2-3 Discovery Protocols on page 2-5 ■ See also: Advanced Features Guide at www.xerox.com/support System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 15: Using A Startup Network Configuration File

    Configuration File Requirements The configuration file must be: A valid PostScript or PCL file that contains the appropriate PostScript, PCL, or PJL ■ commands. For a list of the Xerox-unique PCL and PJL commands, see Printer Commands on page B-1.
  • Page 16: Printer Driver Installation Features

    Software and Documentation CD-ROM, supplied with the printer, and is available on the web. When you run the installer, the main screen lists the Xerox printers of that model discovered on the network or connected via USB. You can choose one of the discovered printers, enter the IP address of the desired printer, or use Walk-Up Technology.
  • Page 17: Installation From The Printer's Hard Drive

    Printer Driver Installation Features Installation from the Printer’s Hard Drive You can install the printer driver from the printer’s hard drive. This is especially useful if you do not have the Software and Documentation CD-ROM. Note: If the printer does not have a hard drive but is connected to the internet, you can use this procedure to automatically connect to the web to install the driver.
  • Page 18: Discovery Protocols

    Discovery Protocols Discovery Protocols This section includes: ■ Multicast DNS on page 2-5 Service Location Protocol on page 2-5 ■ Multicast DNS To change the Multicast DNS (Bonjour) settings: Launch your web browser. Enter your printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties.
  • Page 19: Network Administration Features

    Printer Neighborhood on page 3-2 ■ Job Accounting on page 3-3 Usage Profile Reports on page 3-4 ■ ■ Xerox Usage Analysis Tool on page 3-5 ■ Protocol Control on page 3-6 ■ Cloning on page 3-13 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 20: Printer Neighborhood

    Printer Neighborhood Printer Neighborhood Printer Neighborhood is a tool in CentreWare IS that enables you to search for printers on your network, check their status, and manage them remotely. You can also install, manage, and view printer usage information. The default printer search mode is Quick Phaser Search, which quickly finds the Phaser printers on your local subnet.
  • Page 21: Job Accounting

    For complete information on CentreWare IS job accounting, including clearing job information, downloading job information to a file, and job accounting file formats, click the Help button in CentreWare IS to view the online help. To access CentreWare Web, go to www.xerox.com/office/pmtools. System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 22: Enabling Or Disabling Job Accounting

    Usage Profile Reports Enabling or Disabling Job Accounting Launch your web browser. Enter the printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click the Properties tab. Select the Security folder on the left navigation panel. Select Printer Security Settings. In the Job Accounting Record field, Enabled is checked by default.
  • Page 23: Xerox Usage Analysis Tool

    MaiLinX Remote Printing on page 3-10. Xerox Usage Analysis Tool The Xerox Usage Analysis Tool (UAT) enables you to collect and analyze enterprise-wide Xerox network printer usage data with customizable features: ■ Cost Analysis: Track printing costs by groups of users or by groups of printers.
  • Page 24: Protocol Control

    For example, if you want to use IPP for a secure printing channel, disable the other printing protocols, Port 9100 and LPR. HTTP By default, HTTP is enabled. For information on disabling HTTP, contact Xerox Technical Support at www.xerox.com/support. See also:...
  • Page 25: Port 9100

    Protocol Control If you select Off, follow the instructions in the TCP/IP Settings section to manually enter the printer’s TCP/IP information. ■ Enter the TFTP server IP address or hostname in the TFTP Server Name field. Enter the pathname of the configuration file in the Boot File Name field. ■...
  • Page 26: Lpr

    Protocol Control To change LPR settings: Launch your web browser. Enter your printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties. Select the Protocols folder on the left navigation panel. Select LPR. If prompted, enter your Admin or Key User name and password. Select On or Off in the LPR box.
  • Page 27: Snmp

    Protocol Control SNMP For information on configuring SNMP, see Configuring SNMP on page 4-15. To change FTP settings: Launch your web browser. Enter your printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties. Select the Protocols folder on the left navigation panel. Select FTP.
  • Page 28: Mailinx Remote Printing

    Windows applications to Xerox printers over the Internet. The client software enables users to set up their Internet-connected printers and create groups and subgroups of printers for easy distribution of print jobs. A CentreWare IS Printing Service on a Xerox printer processes the print jobs from the ■ clients.
  • Page 29: Mailinx Alerts

    Protocol Control MaiLinX Alerts About MaiLinX Alerts MaiLinX alerts enable the printer to automatically send email to you and/or specified users when the following conditions occur: ■ The printer requires attention or when service is needed. ■ The printer displays an error, warning, or alert. ■...
  • Page 30: Ethertalk

    Protocol Control EtherTalk To change EtherTalk settings: Launch your web browser. Enter the printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties. Select the Protocols folder on the left navigation panel. Select EtherTalk. If prompted, enter your Admin or Key User name and password. Select On or Off in the EtherTalk box.
  • Page 31: Cloning

    Click the Clone Selected Settings button. A list of the selected settings to clone is displayed. Click the Clone button to clone the destination printer with the selected settings from the source printer. To access CentreWare Web, go to www.xerox.com/office/pmtools. System Administrator Guide 3-13...
  • Page 32: Security Features

    Security Features This chapter includes: ■ Basic Concepts on page 4-2 ■ Securing the Printer in a High Security Environment on page 4-5 Setting Up a Certificate on page 4-6 ■ ■ Configuring SSL on page 4-7 ■ Configuring Administrator and Key User Settings on page 4-8 ■...
  • Page 33: Basic Concepts

    Basic Concepts Basic Concepts This section includes: ■ About Admin and Key User Accounts on page 4-2 About HTTP, HTTPS, and SSL/TLS on page 4-3 ■ ■ About Certificates on page 4-3 ■ About Access Control Lists on page 4-4 About Admin and Key User Accounts Admin and Key User accounts in CentreWare IS enable you to limit access to specific printer functions by specifying passwords for user classes.
  • Page 34: About Http, Https, And Ssl/Tls

    Basic Concepts About HTTP, HTTPS, and SSL/TLS HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) is the protocol used to communicate across the internet between the printer web server and the web browser (clients). Because the data is transmitted in plain text and passwords are only slightly encrypted, it is not secure; the data can be read or intercepted by other people.
  • Page 35: About Access Control Lists

    Basic Concepts If you want to use HTTPS, each printer must have a unique certificate that is accepted by each browser used to access the printer. This allows the printer web server to use HTTPS and encrypt data between the web browser and the printer. In addition, because each printer’s certificate is unique, you must load a different certificate into the browser for each printer the browser will access.
  • Page 36: Securing The Printer In A High Security Environment

    Securing the Printer in a High Security Environment Securing the Printer in a High Security Environment If you are concerned about the security of your printer in a high security environment, such as a college or printing kiosk, you can configure settings in CentreWare IS to lockdown or fully secure the printer.
  • Page 37: Setting Up A Certificate

    Setting Up a Certificate Setting Up a Certificate To modify a self-signed certificate so it is specific to your printer or to install a downloaded root-signed certificate on the printer: Launch your web browser. Enter your printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties.
  • Page 38: Configuring Ssl

    Configuring SSL Configuring SSL Once a certificate is set up, you can select when to use SSL to secure the connection between the printer and the server. Note: You can restrict user access to SSL pages in CentreWare IS. For more information, see Configuring Administrator and Key User Settings on page 4-8.
  • Page 39: Configuring Administrator And Key User Settings

    Configuring Administrator and Key User Settings Configuring Administrator and Key User Settings To prevent unauthorized changes to printer settings: Launch your web browser. Enter your printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties. Select the Security folder on the left navigation panel. Select Administrative Security Settings.
  • Page 40: Configuring The Print Host Access List

    Configuring the Print Host Access List Configuring the Print Host Access List To prevent unauthorized printing to your printer: Launch your web browser. Enter your printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties. Select the Security folder on the left navigation panel. Select Printing Security Settings.
  • Page 41: Securing The Hard Drive

    Securing the Hard Drive Securing the Hard Drive This section includes: ■ Selecting the Hard Drive Overwrite Security Option on page 4-10 Selecting the Automatic Removal of Secure, Personal, and Proof Jobs Option ■ page 4-11 Selecting the Hard Drive Overwrite Security Option When a file is deleted from the printer’s hard drive, only the file name is deleted;...
  • Page 42: Selecting The Automatic Removal Of Secure, Personal, And Proof Jobs Option

    Securing the Hard Drive Select Printing Security Settings. If prompted, enter your Admin or Key User name and password. Under Hard Drive Overwrite Security Options, select one of the following options: Never overwrite files/jobs: Disables the printer’s overwrite feature. ■ ■...
  • Page 43 Securing the Hard Drive Enter the hour, and then press the OK button. Enter the minute, and then press the OK button. To remove all secure, personal, and proof print files after the files are a certain age or older: Age-based Removal, and then press the OK button.
  • Page 44: Locking The Control Panel Menus

    Locking the Control Panel Menus Locking the Control Panel Menus To prevent others from changing settings in the printer setup menus, you can lock some of the control panel menus. This is useful when printers are located in public places, such as schools, libraries, and office/print centers.
  • Page 45: Controlling Access To Color Copying

    Controlling Access to Color Copying To enter a password in the driver: Access the driver. Note: Usually you access the driver by clicking Print in your application, and then clicking Properties. On the Layout tab, click the Advanced button. In the Color Access field, enter the numeric password. The TekColor tab is now available for use and the user can print in color.
  • Page 46: Configuring Snmp

    Configuring SNMP Configuring SNMP This section includes: ■ Configuring SNMP for Maximum Security on page 4-15 Configuring SNMP v1/v2c on page 4-16 ■ ■ Configuring SNMP v3 on page 4-18 ■ Configuring the SNMP Access Control List on page 4-20 Disabling SNMP on page 4-20 ■...
  • Page 47: Configuring Snmp V1/V2C

    Configuring SNMP Restrict access to the CentreWare IS SNMP and SSL pages: On the Properties tab, select Security. Select Administrative Security Settings on the left navigation panel. If prompted, enter your Admin or Key User name and password. On the Administrative Security Settings page, clear the View Configuration Web Pages and Modify Configuration Web Pages check boxes for users who should not have access to these pages.
  • Page 48 Configuring SNMP Adding or Editing Traps for SNMP v1/v2c To add or edit traps for SNMP v1v2c: On the SNMP Configuration page: Click the Configure SNMP v1v2c button, and then click the Configure Traps button. The Configure Traps page lists the current Trap Destination Addresses for the SNMP protocol.
  • Page 49: Configuring Snmp V3

    Configuring SNMP Configuring SNMP v3 When configuring SNMP v3, you can set up: ■ Administrative, Key, Any User, and Driver accounts with Privacy and Authentication Keys associated with each account. ■ SNMP user read and write access. ■ An access control list that limits SNMP printer access to the specific hosts. See Configuring the SNMP Access Control List on page 4-20.
  • Page 50 (default). Note: If the Driver Account is disabled, it breaks communication between the printer and any applications using SNMP v3, such as Xerox printer drivers and PrintingScout. For a complete list of applications disabled, see Disabling SNMP on page 4-20.
  • Page 51: Configuring The Snmp Access Control List

    Configuring SNMP Configuring the SNMP Access Control List These settings include: To set up a list of hosts that are authorized to access the printer using SNMP: Launch your web browser. Enter your printer’s IP address in the browser’s Address field (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Click Properties.
  • Page 52: Printing Features

    Printing Features This chapter includes: ■ Secure, Personal, Personal Saved, Proof, Print With and Saved Print Jobs on page 5-2 ■ Smart Trays on page 5-2 Paper Tips Page on page 5-2 ■ System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 53: Secure, Personal, Personal Saved, Proof, Print With And Saved Print Jobs

    Note: For information about special job types, see Printing Special Job Types in the Advanced Features Guide for your printer at www.xerox.com/support. Select one of the following special job types: ■ Normal: Prints the job without requiring a password. ■...
  • Page 54: Fax Features

    Fax Features This chapter includes: ■ Fax Defaults on page 6-2 ■ Fax Individual Directory Help on page 6-5 Fax Group Directory Help on page 6-7 ■ ■ Print Fax Reports Help on page 6-9 ■ Clear Pending Fax Jobs Help on page 6-9 ■...
  • Page 55: Fax Defaults

    Fax Defaults Fax Defaults View, set, or change general system fax settings from the Fax Defaults page. Making changes to system default settings through CentreWare IS is the same as making the corresponding changes from the system control panel. When you are satisfied with your selections, click Save Changes to keep the settings or click Discard Changes to keep the previous settings.
  • Page 56: Fax Send Setup

    Fax Defaults 14.4 kbps (G3) ■ ■ 19.2 kbps ■ 28.8 kbps ■ 33.6 kbps (Super G3) Error Correction Mode: This setting turns Off or On automatic error correction during fax transmission and reception. The default setting is On. Fax Send Setup Transmission Report: This setting specifies when a fax Transmission Report is printed.
  • Page 57: Fax Receive Setup

    Fax Defaults Dial Pause: This setting determines the duration of each pause when dialing to send a fax. Select the Dial Pause number of seconds from the drop-down list. The default setting is 3 Seconds or 2 Seconds for South Africa and Region 5. Dial Delay: This setting determines the delay after hearing the dial tone before dialing to send a fax.
  • Page 58: Fax Individual Directory Help

    Fax Individual Directory Help Fax Individual Directory Help The Fax Individual Directory page lists all individual directories on the system. A maximum of 200 individual directories can be stored on the Phaser 8560MFP system. Buttons and links on this page enable you to add, edit, import, export, or delete fax individual directories. The individual directory list is sorted by default by the individual directory number.
  • Page 59: Editing Individual Directory Help

    Fax Individual Directory Help Starting Rate: Select the initial fax transmission and reception rate from the drop-down list. The default setting is Use System Setting. Use System Setting sets the Starting Rate to 33.6 kbps (Super G3) for the Phaser 8560MFP system. The following values are supported: ■...
  • Page 60: Fax Group Directory Help

    Fax Group Directory Help Fax Group Directory Help The Fax Group Directory page lists all group directories on the system. A maximum of 100 group directories can be stored on the Phaser 8560MFP system. Buttons and links on this page enable you to add, edit, or delete fax group directories. Note: A fax individual directory must be added or imported before a fax group directory can be populated with group members.
  • Page 61: Editing Group Directory Help

    Fax Group Directory Help Group Information The Group No. and Group Name specified on the Add Group Directory page is displayed here. Select New Members To add individual or group members to the fax group directory, click the checkbox in the left column next to the directory number, or click the Select All checkbox to select all members in the list, and then click the Add to Group button.
  • Page 62: Print Fax Reports Help

    Print Fax Reports Help Print Fax Reports Help You can print the following fax reports that detail fax activity, directories, pending jobs, and protocol monitor information: ■ Activity Report ■ Dial Directory Report ■ Group Directory Report Pending Jobs Report ■...
  • Page 63: Scanning Features

    Scanning Features This chapter includes: ■ Overview on page 7-2 ■ Public Folder Help on page 7-2 ■ Private Folder Help on page 7-3 ■ Create Folder Help on page 7-4 ■ Administrative General Settings Help on page 7-5 ■ Administrative Folder Cleanup Help on page 7-6 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 64: Public Folder Help

    Overview Overview The scanning procedure used with the Phaser 8560MFP product differs from that of desktop scanners. Because the product is normally connected to a network rather than directly to a single computer, you select a destination for the scanned image at the Phaser 8560MFP product.
  • Page 65: Retrieving Scans

    Private Folder Help Retrieving Scans To retrieve a scanned image from the system hard drive, select the desired file type from the drop-down list associated with that file, and then click the Go button. You can retrieve up to 3 image files at a time.
  • Page 66: Create Folder Help

    Create Folder Help Create Folder Help To set up a private folder on the system, click the Create folder icon from the navigation tree. Enter a unique folder name up to a maximum of 10 alphanumeric characters in length. If you enter a folder name that is already in use, an error message displays.
  • Page 67: Administrative General Settings Help

    Administrative General Settings Help Administrative General Settings Help You can perform a variety of maintenance functions from the Administrative General settings page. Private Folder Operations You can perform various functions using the Private Folder Operations panel. They can perform specific folder maintenance such as deleting folder contents, deleting a folder completely, or resetting a private folder password.
  • Page 68: Administrative Folder Cleanup Help

    Administrative Folder Cleanup Help Administrative Folder Cleanup Help At times the you may need to perform immediate or scheduled system maintenance to purge old scanned documents or images. You have the option to set up schedules or to immediately delete files at any given time. Immediate Cleanup Options To immediately delete all images contained in the public folder and all private folders, click the radio button next to Delete all scanned images now, and then click Delete Images.
  • Page 69: Glossary

    Glossary Terms and Abbreviations Terms and Abbreviations Definitions access control list A CentreWare IS feature that enables you to limit access to devices, as well as device configuration and management features. Admin account A CentreWare IS feature that enables you to limit access to specific printer functions by specifying a name and password.
  • Page 70 A feature in CentreWare IS that allows the printer to automatically send email to you and others under certain conditions. MaiLinX remote printing A feature in CentreWare IS that enables you to print to Xerox printers over the Internet, directly from Windows applications. The print jobs are sent as email.
  • Page 71 PrintingScout alerts PrintingScout is a tool that is installed with the Xerox printer driver. It automatically checks the printer status when a print job is sent. If the printer is unable to print a job, PrintingScout automatically displays an alert on the user’s computer screen to let them know that the printer...
  • Page 72 UDP (User Datagram Protocol) is a minimal message-oriented transport layer protocol found on domain name servers (DNS). Walk-Up Printing Driver The Xerox Walk-Up Printing Driver enables printing from a PC to any Xerox Postscript-enabled printer. For more information, see Walk-Up Printing Driver on page 2-3.
  • Page 73 Configuration Card Parameters The printer has a configuration card that stores network parameters and configuration (N, DN, DX, etc.) data. The configuration card is hot swappable, enabling you to share or replace it, providing an alternative to on-site service. Network settings are saved on the configuration card. If the configuration card is removed from an old printer and inserted into a new printer, the saved settings on the configuration card are copied to the new printer when it is powered on.
  • Page 74: General Information Parameters

    General Information Parameters General Information Parameters Printer Name ■ ■ Startup Page Enabled ■ Printer ID ■ Sys/Start Job ■ Job Timeout ■ Load Paper Timeout ■ Power Saver Timeout ■ Intelligent Ready ■ Paper Source ■ Tray 1 Paper Type and Size Tray 2 Paper Type ■...
  • Page 75: Pcl Parameters

    PCL Parameters PCL Parameters Font Number ■ ■ Pitch ■ Point Size ■ Symbol Set ■ Orientation ■ Form Length ■ Line Termination ■ Draft Mode ■ Color Mode USB 2.0 Parameters ■ On/Off ■ Language ■ Wait Timeout Hard Drive Parameters The hard drive parameters are only stored on the configuration card if the printer has an internal hard drive.
  • Page 76: Ethertalk Parameters

    EtherTalk Parameters EtherTalk Parameters On/Off ■ ■ Language ■ Filtering ■ Name ■ Printer Type ■ Zone ■ Network Node TCP/IP Parameters ■ On/Off ■ Host Name ■ Host Name Requested ■ IP Address ■ Network Mask ■ Router/Gateway ■ DHCP/BOOTP IP Address Source ■...
  • Page 77: Slp Parameters

    SLP Parameters SLP Parameters On/Off ■ ■ Directory Agent Discovery Enable ■ Directory Agent ■ Scope 1 ■ Scope 2 ■ Scope 3 ■ SLP Multicast Enable ■ SLP Multicast TTL ■ SLP MTU SSDP Parameter ■ On/Off ■ SSDP TTL NBNS (WINS) Parameters ■...
  • Page 78: Ipp (Internet Printing Protocol) Parameters

    IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) Parameters IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) Parameters On/Off ■ ■ Language ■ Filtering ■ Network Path SNMP Parameters SNMP v1/v2c ■ ■ SNMP v3 ■ Host Access List ■ Admin Account ■ Key User Account ■ Any User Account ■...
  • Page 79: Status Notification Parameter

    Status Notification Parameter Status Notification Parameter ■ On/Off SysAdmin Email Address ■ ■ Service Email Address ■ Key User email Address MaiLinX Remote Printing Parameters ■ On/Off Language ■ ■ Filtering ■ POP3 Server ■ POP3 User Name POP3 Password ■...
  • Page 80: Printer Commands

    Printer Control Language (PCL) and Printer Job Language (PJL) commands can be used to control print job settings and printer defaults. In addition to the standard PCL and PJL commands, the Phaser printers support Xerox-unique PCL and PJL commands. This appendix lists the most commonly used standard and Xerox-unique PCL and PJL commands.
  • Page 81: Phaser Pcl Commands

    Phaser PCL Commands Phaser PCL Commands This section includes: ■ Media Size on page B-2 Media Type on page B-3 ■ ■ Input Trays on page B-4 Media Size The following table lists the PCL commands for the media sizes supported by the Phaser 8560MFP multifunction product.
  • Page 82: Media Type

    Phaser PCL Commands Media Type The following table lists the PCL commands for the media types supported by the Phaser 8560MFP multifunction product. Media Type PCL 5 Command Plain Paper <Esc>&n6WdPaper Transparency <Esc>&n13WdTransparency Card Stock <Esc>&n10WdCardStock Envelope <Esc>&n9WdEnvelope Labels <Esc>&n6WdLabel Letterhead <Esc>&n11WdLetterhead Colored Paper...
  • Page 83: Input Trays

    Phaser PCL Commands Input Trays The following table lists the PCL commands for the input trays supported by the Phaser 8560MFP multifunction product. The table also lists the alternate tray used if the optional input tray is not installed. Note: When more than one command is listed, you can use either command.
  • Page 84: Phaser Pjl Commands

    Phaser PJL Commands Phaser PJL Commands The following table lists some of the HP PJL and Xerox-unique PJL commands. See also: HP Printer Job Language Technical Reference for the standard set of PJL commands. PJL Command Values Description @PJL FSDELETE NAME=“pathname”...
  • Page 85: System Administrator Guide

    Phaser PJL Commands PJL Command Values Description @PJL XJAJOBNAME=“jobname” Roman-8 Sets the job name for Job characters Accounting. 1-255 @PJL XJAUSERNAME=“username” Roman-8 Sets the user name for Job characters Accounting. 1-255 @PJL XJOBPASSWORD=value 4-digit string (1-9) Assigns the job password used by Secure Print.
  • Page 86 Phaser PJL Commands PJL Command Values Description @PJL SET/DEFAULT ON, OFF Switches trays when a tray goes XPCLTRAYSWITCH=value empty. If AutoSelect is chosen as the paper source (tray) in PCL, then tray switching is always active, regardless of the value. When the current tray goes empty, the printer attempts to switch to another tray containing...
  • Page 87 Acknowledgements Original SSLeay License Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). All rights reserved. This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscape’s SSL. This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are adhered to.
  • Page 88 THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;...
  • Page 89 Part 2: Networks Associates Technology, Inc. copyright notice (BSD) ----- Copyright © 2001-2003, Networks Associates Technology, Inc. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: ■...
  • Page 90 THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. Part 4: Sun Microsystems, Inc. copyright notice (BSD) ----- Copyright ©...
  • Page 91 Part 5: Sparta, Inc. copyright notice (BSD) ----- Copyright © 2003-2004, Sparta, Inc. 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.
  • Page 92 Foundation, Inc. that can be found at www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser. The licensed library is available for download at www.schneier.com/code/bfsh-koc.zip or at cost to distribute by request to Xerox Corporation. JPEG Library This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group. System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 93 Index about the configuration file, 2-2 CentreWare IS, 1-6 access control lists, 4-4 accessing online manuals, 1-6 definition, 8-1 checking printer status, 3-2 specifying access to printer settings, 4-8 checking supplies status, 1-6 specifying printer access using SNMP, configuring Admin and Key User 4-20 settings, 4-8 specifying printing access, 4-9...
  • Page 94 Index changing email server settings, 3-9 DHCP EtherTalk settings, 3-12 definition, 8-1 FTP settings, 3-9 digital certificates, 4-3 hard drive overwrite security setting, directory help 4-10 group, 6-7 IPP settings, 3-8 individual, 6-5 LPR settings, 3-8 disabling mDNS settings, 2-5 EtherTalk, 3-12 Port 9100 settings, 3-7 FTP, 3-9...
  • Page 95 Index individual directory help, 6-5 clear pending fax jobs, 6-9 information clear received fax jobs, 6-9 sources, 1-1 configuration, 6-2 installing the printer driver defaults, 6-2 from the CD-ROM, 2-3 group directory help, 6-7 from the hard drive, 2-4 group information, 6-8 from the web, 2-3 group members, 6-8 Internet...
  • Page 96 Index loading parameters on the configuration card, A-1 color tables, 2-2 fonts, 2-2 commands, A-1, B-1 job patches, 2-2 definition, 8-3 lockdown procedure, 4-5 pending fax jobs, 6-9 locking the control panel menus, 4-13 personal print jobs, 5-2 log file personal saved print jobs, 5-2 job accounting, 3-3 PhaserSMART Technical Support, 1-1, 1-2...
  • Page 97 Index protocols secure, personal, and proof jobs controlling, 3-6 selecting automatic removal of, 4-11 definition, 8-3 securing discovery, 2-5 control panel, 4-13 email server, 3-9 hard drive, 4-10 EtherTalk, 3-12 printer in a high security environment, FTP, 3-9 HTTP, 3-6 SNMP and SSL pages, 4-15 IPP, 3-8 selecting...
  • Page 98 3-5 usage profile reports, 3-4 sending, 3-4 setting up, 3-4 viewing printer usage information, 3-2 Walk-Up installation, 2-3 Walk-Up printing driver, 2-3 definition, 8-4 Xerox Support Centre, 1-5 Xerox Usage Analysis Tool, 3-5 definition, 8-4 System Administrator Guide...

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