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  • Page 1 Digital full colour Printer Network Interface Guide Model AR-C200P...
  • Page 2 PREFACE Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is complete, accurate, and up-to-date. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for the results of errors beyond its control. The manufacturer also cannot guarantee that changes in software and equipment made by other manufacturers and referred to in this guide will not affect the applicability of the information in it.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Microsoft Windows ....... . .5 Overview ........5 Installation of TCP/IP Protocol .
  • Page 4 Microsoft Internet Explorer....50 Netscape Navigator......50 Default user name and password .
  • Page 6: Microsoft Windows

    MICROSOFT WINDOWS Overview This chapter provides guidelines on how to print over the network from various Microsoft Windows platforms. There are numerous ways of printing from Windows and the exact set-up will vary depending upon your environment. There are also numerous versions of Windows, which can be configured as either a client, server or both.
  • Page 7: Installation Of Tcp/Ip Protocol

    Installation of TCP/IP Protocol There are a number of options available when printing using TCP/IP for Windows. The following table lists the options: Windows Version Method Win 95/98/Me LPR Utility NT 4.0 LPR Utility Microsoft LPR Windows 2000/ Windows XP LPR Utility Microsoft LPR Port 9100...
  • Page 8: Windows 95/98/Me

    Windows 95/98/Me Click the [Start] button, select [Settings] and then click on [Control Panel]. In the [Control Panel] double-click on the [Network] icon. In the [Network] dialogue box click the [Configuration Panel]. If the [Client for Microsoft Networks] is not listed, click the [Add] button.
  • Page 9: Windows 2000

    Windows 2000 Click the [Start] button, select [Settings] and then click on [Network and Dial-up Connections]. Double-click the [Local Area Connection] icon. In the [Local Area Connection Status] dialogue box, click the [Properties] button. If the TCP/IP protocol is not listed, in the [Local Area Connection Properties] dialogue box, click the [Install] button.
  • Page 10: Network Printer Ip Address Configuration

    In the [Select Network Protocol] dialogue box, select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] then click [OK]. The Windows XP installation CD-ROM may be required. Follow the remaining dialogue box prompts. Once the protocol has been installed and configured in Windows, the next step is to configure the TCP/IP parameters in the network printer. Network printer IP address configuration Use the Standard Set-up Utility to configure the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway.
  • Page 11 When using lpr in UNIX and other TCP/IP environments, please select [Yes]. To use in a TCP/IP environment, an IP address should be assigned to the Ethernet board. If [Yes] has been selected and TCP/IP is the only working protocol and the IP address has not already been assigned, you can either obtain an IP address automatically or assign an IP address.
  • Page 12: Windows 95/98/Me

    10. Confirm your configuration. If everything is correct, select [Execute] to apply the configuration. Set-up has now been completed. Select [Finish]. Now that both Windows and the printer have been configured to use TCP/IP, the next step is to configure Windows to print to the network printer.
  • Page 13: Windows Nt 4.0

    Windows NT 4.0 With Windows NT 4.0, you have two options for printing using TCP/IP. They are: > > Microsoft LPR In order to use Microsoft LPR, it must first be installed into your operating system. NT 4.0 requires administrator privileges. Please follow the procedure described in the Windows 95/98/Me section on page 11.
  • Page 14: Windows 2000

    If the LPR port is not available, install the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service. Insert the printer driver for Windows NT4.0. Select [Start], [Settings], [Control Panel] and then double-click the [Network] icon. In the Network dialogue box, click the [Services] tab. If the [Microsoft TCP/IP Printing] is not listed, click the [Add] button.
  • Page 15 Select [Start], [Settings], [Control Panel and Printers]. Open the [Printers] folder. Double-click [Add Printer] and then select [Next]. Select [Local Printer], clear the [Automatically detect my printer] check box, and then select [Next]. Select [Create a new port] and then [LPR Port]. Select [Next] and then provide the following information: In [Name or address of server providing LPD] enter the host name or Internet Protocol (IP) address of the host for the printer you are...
  • Page 16 Select [Next] and provide the following information. Enter [Printer name] or IP address, for example: 192.168.1.31. If the above IP address is entered, the Port Name will default to IP_192.168.1.31. Select [Next]. Additional port information will be required. 10. Under [Device Type], select [Custom] then [Settings]. 11.
  • Page 17: Windows Xp

    Windows XP Windows XP requires administrator privileges. With Windows XP, there are four options for printing using TCP/IP. > > Microsoft LPR > Port 9100 > In order to use Microsoft LPR, it must first be installed on your system. Please follow the procedure described in the Windows 95/98/Me section on page 11.
  • Page 18 Select [Next] and provide the following information. Enter [Printer name or IP address], for example: 192.168.1.31. If the above IP address is entered, the Port Name will default to IP_192.168.1.31. Select [Next]. [Additional Port Information Required] is displayed. 10. Under [Device Type], select [Custom] then [Settings]. 11.
  • Page 19 Select [Next] and provide the following information. Enter [Printer name or IP address], for example: 192.168.1.31. If the above IP address is entered, the Port Name will default to IP_192.168.1.31. Select [Next]. [Additional Port Information Required] is displayed. 10. Under [Device Type], select [Custom] then [Settings]. 11.
  • Page 20: Novell Netware Ipx

    Install printer driver NOVELL NETWARE IPX IPX is used with Novell NetWare. The printer supports Novell 3, 4, 5 and 6, and allows print jobs to be directed to the appropriate Novell print queue. Please refer to the relevant section of this manual for additional information.
  • Page 21: Windows 95/98/Me

    Windows 95/98/Me Select [Start], [Settings], and [Control Panel]. In the Control Panel double-click on the [Network icon]. In the Network dialogue box select [Configuration Panel]. If [Client for Microsoft Networks] is not listed, click the [Add] button. In the [Select Network Component Type] dialogue box, select [Protocol] then the [Add] button.
  • Page 22: Windows 2000

    Windows 2000 Click the [Start] button, select [Settings] and then click on [Network and Dial-up Connections]. Double-click the [Local Area Connection] icon. In the [Local Area Connection Status] dialogue box, click the [Properties] button. In the [Local Area Connection Properties] dialogue box, if the [NetBEUI Protocol] is not listed, click the [Install] button.
  • Page 23: Printer Driver Configuration

    Select [Have Disk] and insert your Windows XP CD-ROM, open the Valueadd\msft\net\netbeui folder, click the Netnbf.inf file and then click [Open]. Now the printer has been configured and NetBEUI has been installed, you can configure Windows to print over the network. Printer driver configuration In the following example, the printer has been configured as follows: Computer Name:...
  • Page 24 > The Master Browser function can only manage this network card. If the PrintServer name is put into another Workgroup, the network card will not be able to find it on the network. > A maximum of eight Ethernets can be managed by the Master Browser function.
  • Page 25 Novell Netware IPX 24...
  • Page 26: Network Configuration

    NETWORK CONFIGURATION Introduction Your printer incorporates a fast 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T network interface. This user’s guide explains the functionality of the built in network interface. Access for interconnection and producing self- diagnostic test and configuration printouts is provided via an interface panel at the rear of the printer. This network interface supports IEEE802.2, IEEE802.3, Ethernet-II and SNAP and can detect those frame types automatically.
  • Page 27: Specification

    Specification Frame types IEEE 802.2 IEEE 802.3 Ethernet-II, SNAP, AUTO Network interface 100BASE-TX 10BASE-T Network protocols TCP/IP Network layer ARP, RARP, IP, ICMP Session layer TCP, UDP Application layer LPR, FTP, TELNET, HTTP, IPP, BOOTP, DHCP, SNMP, DNS, SMTP, POP3, SLP, Rendezvous IPX/SPX (NetWare) Remote printer mode (up to eight file servers and 32...
  • Page 28: Self-Diagnostic Test

    Self-diagnostic test With the printer power switched on, press the push-button located on the network interface panel (at the rear of the printer) for more than three seconds and release. The self-diagnostic test results and configuration settings are printed. On the first page of the Network Information that is printed out, under the heading General Information the MAC Address is given.
  • Page 29: Configuration Utility

    Configuration utility Available utilities You can configure the network interface (NIC) by using one of the following methods: Utility Features System requirements Quick Setup Configure the NIC easily and simply Windows95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000/ without installing any software XP (TCP/IP protocol or IPX/SPX packages into your system.
  • Page 30: Using Quick Setup

    Using Quick Setup Quick Setup utility allows you to configure the network interface easily and simply without installing any software packages. You can configure the following: > Enable/disable TCP/IP, NetWare, EtherTalk, NetBEUI protocols. > Set IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway for TCP/IP manually or by using DHCP.
  • Page 31: Using Adminmanager

    The following explanation uses Windows 98 as an example. Insert the “Drivers” CD into the CD-ROM drive. The Setup Utility should start automatically. If it does not start, double-click \setup.exe (in the root directory) on the CD-ROM. Select [Driver Installation] Select [Network Card Quick Setup].
  • Page 32: Installation

    To create a NetWare queue, NetWare Client 32 or IntranetWare Client should be installed on to your system. The following explanation uses Windows 98 as an example. Installation Insert the “Driver” CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The Setup Utility starts automatically. If it does not start, double-click \setup.exe (in the root directory) on the CD-ROM.
  • Page 33: Interface

    Interface Select [Start]-[Programs]-[Setup Utility]-[Admin Manager]. File menu In the [File] menu, the following item can be selected: Item Function Search Search printers in your network and list all printers that have the FastEther card installed. Status Menu In the [Status] menu, the following items can be selected: Item Function Printer Status...
  • Page 34: Setup Menu

    Item Function List of Configuration Items Displays current NIC configuration. Configuration data can be saved as log file. Setup Menu In this menu, the following items can be selected: Item Function Device Setup Configure the network interface (NIC). Setup by HTTP Launch the default browser in your environment to access the selected printer’s web page.
  • Page 35: Device Setup

    Device Setup Device Setup allows you to configure the network interface. Type the root password (default value is the last 6 characters of the MAC address) to configure. Remember that the root password is case sensitive and if the MAC address contains any alpha characters, type them as upper case.
  • Page 36: Netware Tab

    TCP/IP Tab This allows you to configure TCP/IP related items. Location Comments Use TCP/IP Set TCP/IP protocol as enabled/disabled. Protocol Use DHCP/ Check this item if IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and IP BOOTP addresses for DNS primary server and secondary servers are retrieved from the DHCP or BOOTP server.
  • Page 37 Location Comments Print Server Name Set Print Server name. Frame Type Set primary NetWare frame type. Operation Mode Set NetWare mode. Check box besides Bindery Check if you want to use the Bindery mode and Bindery Setup Setup button becomes available. If it is unchecked, the button is greyed out.
  • Page 38 Location Comments RPRINTER Setup Available if you select RPRINTER mode in Operation Mode. By selecting the [RPRINTER] button, this is displayed: NDS or Bindery Show the Available print server tree in NDS mode or Bindery mode. Available print server and Select file servers to Selected print server connect.
  • Page 39: Ethertalk Tab

    EtherTalk Tab This allows you to configure EtherTalk related items Location Comments Use EtherTalk Protocol Set EtherTalk protocol to enabled/disabled. Printer Name Set EtherTalk Printer object name. Zone Name Set the zone name to which the printer belongs. NetBEUI Tab This allows you to configure NetBEUI related items.
  • Page 40 SNMP Tab This allows you to configure SNMP related items. Location Comments Authentic This community name is used to check whether incoming SNMP Community requests have the correct community name or not. The community name is displayed as ****** for security reasons. TRAP Community This community name is assigned to outgoing system traps such as cold start, authentication failure, etc.
  • Page 41 Location Comments Printer Trap By selecting the button, the following dialogue box is displayed: Setup . . . In the dialogue box, the following items can be configured: Printer Trap This community name is assigned to outgoing Community Name printer status traps such as off-line, paper out, etc.
  • Page 42 Location Comments Printer Trap Detail . . . Off-line Set sending a Trap, Setup . . . enabled or disabled, when the printer turns to OFF-LINE. Paper Out Set sending a Trap, enabled or disabled, when paper is out. Paper Jam Set sending a Trap, enabled or disabled, when a paper jam...
  • Page 43 Location Comments Printer Trap Detail . . . On-line Set sending a Trap, Setup . . . enabled or disabled, when the printer turns to ON-LINE. Off-line Set sending a Trap, enabled or disabled, when the printer turns to OFF-LINE. Paper Out Set sending a Trap, enabled or disabled,...
  • Page 44 POP Tab This allows you to configure POP related items. Location Comments Use POP3 Protocol Set retrieving E-Mail via POP3, enabled or disabled. POP3 Server Address/ Set IP address or host name of POP3 server. Name POP3 Port Number Set port number of POP3. POP3 Server UserID Set User ID for POP3 server.
  • Page 45: Smtp Tab

    SMTP Tab In SMTP Tab, you can configure SMTP related items. Location Comments Use SMTP Transmit Set sending E-Mail via SMTP, enabled or disabled. Protocol Use SMTP Receive Set receiving E-Mail via SMTP, enabled or disabled. Protocol SMTP Server Set IP address or host name of SMTP server. Address/Name Reply-To Address Set the E-Mail address that is used in the [Reply-To] field in the...
  • Page 46 Location Comments 1—5 By selecting each button, the following dialogue box is displayed: In the dialogue box, the following items can be configured: Available condition Select each E-Mail alert condition. and Selected Select a condition from Available Condition condition list and click >> button. The selected condition is copied to Selected condition list.
  • Page 47: Create A Netware Queue

    Create a NetWare Queue By selecting this item, you can create a NetWare queue on the NetWare server from AdminManager. > NetWare Client 32 or IntranetWare Client should be loaded on the PC on which the AdminManager runs. Also the client package should be configured to access NetWare NDS network or bindery network.
  • Page 48 Follow the on-screen instructions. Mode Location PSERVER/ Print Queue Printer RPRINTER Server PSERVER mode Current Print Set queue Current Printer Server name is name and its name is used. Context should be used. volume for the specified. queue creation. RPRINTER Select existing Set queue Current Printer...
  • Page 49: Delete Netware Object

    Delete NetWare Object By selecting this item, you can delete a NetWare queue/print server/ printer from NetWare server via AdminManager. > NetWare Client 32 or IntranetWare Client should be loaded on to the PC on which the AdminManager runs. Also, the client package should be configured to access NetWare NDS network or bindery network.
  • Page 50: Option Menu

    Option Menu In the [Option] menu, the following item can be selected: Item Function Use TCP/IP Protocol If this item is selected, AdminManager uses TCP/IP protocol to search/configure network interface cards. Use IPX/SPX If this item is selected, AdminManager uses IPX/SPX protocol to Protocol search/configure network interface cards.
  • Page 51: Using A Web Browser

    Using a Web browser If the printer is connected to the network using TCP/IP, its settings and the printer menu settings can be configured using a Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 3.0 and higher, or Netscape Navigator version 3.0 and higher. No guarantees are offered for other browsers.
  • Page 52: Adjusting Printer Settings

    The root password can be changed to allow you to configure the printer by using a Web browser/TELNET/AdminManager. To change the root password, select “Password Configuration” in the Maintenance tab and follow the on-screen instructions. Adjusting printer settings The network addresses used in this manual are shown as examples only.
  • Page 53: Using Telnet

    Using TELNET The printer can be configured using TELNET. TELNET requires the printer to have a valid IP address configured. If the printer already has an IP address configured, skip steps one to three below. > Note: Please ensure a valid IP address for your network environment is used.
  • Page 54 Login to the network card using TELNET. Example: for IP address 192.168.20.127 $ telnet 192.168.20.127 Trying 192.168.20.127 Connected to 192.168.20.127 Escape character is ‘^]’. EthernetBoard 8100e Ver 01.50 TELNET server. login: root ‘root’ user needs password to login. password: User ‘root’ logged in. No.
  • Page 55: Telnet Hierarchical Structure

    Telnet hierarchical structure. Level1 Level2 Level3 1: Setup TCP/IP 1: TCP/IP protocol — 2: IP address — 3: Subnet Mask — 4: Default Gateway — 5: RARP protocol — 6: DHCP/BOOTP protocol — 7: Auto IP Address — 8: DNS server(Pri.) —...
  • Page 56 Level1 Level2 Level3 3: Setup NetWare 1: NetWare protocol — 2: Protocol — 3: Frame Type — 4: Printer Name — — 5: NetWare Mode 6: Setup PSERVER (IP) 1: NDS Tree 2: NDS Context 3: Print Server Name 4: Password 5: Job Polling Time 99: Back to prior menu 7: Setup PSERVER (IPX)
  • Page 57 Level1 Level2 Level3 6: Setup printer trap 1: Prn-Trap Community — 2: Setup TCP#1 trap ~ 1: TCP#1~5 Trap Enable 6: Setup TCP#5 trap 2: Printer Reboot Trap 3: Receive Illegal Trap 4: Online Trap 5: Offline Trap 6: Paper Out Trap 7: Paper Jam Trap 8: Cover Open Trap 9: Printer Error Trap...
  • Page 58 Level1 Level2 Level3 9: Paper Error 10: Printing Warning 11: Printing Error 12: HDD/Flash Memory 13: Print Result Warning 14: Print Result Error 15: Other Error 16: Interface Warning 17: Interface Error 12: Additional Info 1: Printer Model 2: Network Interface 3: Serial Number 4: Asset Number 5: System Name...
  • Page 59 Level1 Level2 Level3 11: Display status 1: prn1 — 2: Network — 3: Version 99: Back to prior menu — 12: IP Filtering Setup 1: IP Filtering 2: IP Address range 1 ~ 1: Start Address 11: IP Address range 10 2: End Address 3: Printing 4: Configuration...
  • Page 60: Using Snmp

    Using SNMP The printer and network card can be managed via a standard SNMP management station. The network card supports SNMPv1, MIB-II etc. I Please refer to the readme file in the MIB folder for further information. The printer’s trap address can be set in five places using TCP/IP and in one place with IPX.
  • Page 61 Network Configuration 60...
  • Page 62: Novell Netware

    NOVELL NETWARE Overview The printer supports the Novell NetWare environment. It is necessary to have NetWare Administrator or Supervisor rights to change the configuration. This guide is for NetWare administrators. It should be read in conjunction with the relevant Novell NetWare manual.
  • Page 63 Printing the Network Interface Card Configuration Sheet The printer’s configuration page reports information that is required for NetWare configuration. To print a configuration page, while the printer is switched on, depress the NIC’s push-button for three seconds and then release. The information that you require is the printer’s Ethernet address.
  • Page 64: Setup Utilities

    Setup Utilities Use NWAdmin32 or the Pconsole utility to create and setup NetWare printer objects. Please refer to Novell documentation for instructions on how to achieve this. Use the Network Card Setup Utility (AdminManager) or other printer manager software, (Web browser, JetAdmin, etc.) to configure the network interface card.
  • Page 65 Novell NetWare 64...
  • Page 66: Unix

    UNIX Overview The printer supports many protocols such as LPD, FTP, TELNET, SNMP and IPP, and works within the UNIX environment. To use the network card within the UNIX environment, the following steps are required: Configuration Network Interface card setting The first step in installing the network card under UNIX is to set up the IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway.
  • Page 67 # arp –s 192.168.20.127 00:80:87:01:00:D2 temp The Ethernet address (MAC address) 00:80:87:01:00:D2 in the above example can be determined from the network card self-diagnostic test. Use the ping command to confirm the connection with the network interface card. Example: for IP address 192.168.20.127 # ping 192.168.20.127 If there is no reply, there is a problem with the configuration of the IP address (the IP address has already been set manually or dynamically),...
  • Page 68 99 : Exit setup Please select (1- 99)? Type 1 and press the [Enter] key. Perform the following settings: Please select (1- 99)? 1 No. Message Value 1 : TCP/ IP protocol : ENABLE 2 : IP address : 192.168.20.127 3 : Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 4 : Gateway address : 192.168.20.1 5 : RARP protocol : DISABLE...
  • Page 69: Operating System Configuration

    This section explains how to configure a printer for major UNIX operating systems. Sun OS 4.x.x (BSD) configuration The following explanation uses Sun OS 4.1.3 and an AR-C200P printer as examples. The absolute path of commands and the configuration method may differ between OS versions, so refer to the workstation manuals for more information.
  • Page 70 Example: for host name AR-C200P, to create a queue called AR- C200P_lp AR-C200P_lp: \ :lp=:rm=AR-C200PAR-C200P:rp=lp:\ :sd=/usr/spool/AR-C200P_lp:\ :lf=/usr/spool/AR-C200P_lp/AR-C200P_lp_errs: AR-C200P_lp The name of the printer queue The name of the device used to connect to the printer. Does not need to be specified for a remote machine.
  • Page 71 The following explanation uses Sun Solaris 2.8 (known as Solaris 8) and a AR-C200P printer as examples. The absolute path and method of configuring commands may differ in other versions of the OS. Refer to the workstation manual for more details.
  • Page 72 IP address. If you still have the problem after resetting the network interface card, consult the network manager. Register the network card as a remote printer server. Example: for host name AR-C200P a. Stop the print scheduler. # usr/sbin/lpshut b.
  • Page 73 Check the address with the network manager. The following example uses HP-UX10.20 and a AR-C200P printer as examples. The absolute path and method of configuring commands may differ in other versions of the OS. Refer to the workstation manual for more details.
  • Page 74 # /usr/sbin/lpshut b. Add the following line to the /etc/inetd.conf file and register the remote spooler. printer stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/rlpdameon –I c. Restart inetd # /etc/inetd –c Register the remote printer Example: setting up a queue called AR-C200P_lp to print to host AR- C200P d.
  • Page 75 AIX 4.1.5 configuration The following explanation uses AIX4.1.5 and a AR-C200P printer as examples. The absolute path of commands and the method of configuring may differ with the OS version. Refer to the workstation’s manual. If an incorrect IP address is entered, the network may go down or other damage may occur.
  • Page 76 Carry out the following settings in [Add a standard remote print queue]. If the configuration differs from below, configure according to environment. Example: Use port lp with print queue AR-C200P_lp and print server AR-C200P Queue to be added “AR-C200P_lp” Host name of the remote server “AR-C200P”...
  • Page 77 > euc must be used for the printing a text file of the EUC Kanji code. Logical printer Printer function For direct output sjis For Shift JIS Kanji converted output For EUC Kanji converted output > sjis and euc function only as PostScript printers. BSD-based UNIX Print using the lpr command.
  • Page 78 When printing with ftp, use any values for name and password. However, if the user name is [root], the password set under TELNET or the utility is required. See the appropriate section for details. Example: Logging in with host name AR-C200P (or IP address 192.168.20.127).
  • Page 79 Password:<CR> 230 User Logged in ftp> The network card logical directory structure is hierarchical. Move to the logical directory; it is not possible to output print data to the root directory. Move to the preferable logical directory using the cd command. Example: moving to the lp directory and confirming the current directory.
  • Page 80 Logout from the network card using the quit command ftp> quit Three states can be verified using the quote command stat: the IP address, login user name and transfer mode. In addition, printer status can be verified by specifying the directory after the stat (lp, sjis, euc). Example: displaying network card status ftp>...
  • Page 81 UNIX 80...
  • Page 82: Apple Macintosh

    APPLE MACINTOSH Overview The printer supports the Apple Macintosh AppleTalk environment. This guide is for administrators and it should be read in conjunction with the relevant Macintosh manual. The latest Macintosh service packs should be installed. Supported Versions All Macintosh operating systems from OS 8.1 are supported. Printing the Network Interface Card Configuration Sheet The printer’s configuration page reports information that is required for Macintosh configuration.
  • Page 83: Setup Utilities For Mac Os 8.X And 9.X

    Setup Utilities for Mac OS 8.x and 9.x Use the Network Card Setup Utility (Macintosh) to assign an IP address and configure the network interface card. For instructions please refer to the Configuration Utility section and on-line help. Configuration There are three items that need to be configured for EtherTalk. Use EtherTalk Protocol Please check the Use EtherTalk Protocol checkbox.
  • Page 84: Macintosh Os X

    Close the AppleTalk configuration page and save changes to current configuration when prompted. Configuration is now complete and you are ready to install your printer driver. Please enter your driver CD, run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions. Macintosh OS X The NIC is also supported in the Macintosh OS X environment.
  • Page 85 To switch AppleTalk on, open [System Preferences], click [Network] then click [AppleTalk]. Check the [Make AppleTalk Active] check box and if your network uses AppleTalk Zones, enter the appropriate zone information and click [Apply Now]. These are all the steps that are necessary to setup the printer for network printing in Macintosh OS X.
  • Page 86: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING The network addresses used in this manual are shown for example only. Network addresses used in your installation must be generated from your own network. Self-diagnostic test Printer does not print. Ensure the printer emulation is set to PS or Automatic. NG is printed in the Self-diagnostic test.
  • Page 87: Tcp/Ip

    TCP/IP Computer cannot find the network interface card. Turn the printer off and on again. Confirm the network interface is enabled on the printer. Check there is a response to the PING command. Check that the network cable is correctly connected and that the green LED close to the printer’s network interface is lit.
  • Page 88: Netware

    Incorrect User name on the banner page. If printing with lpr, the User name printed is unknown and the Filename printed is the Spool file name. If printing with FTP, the User name printed is the User name entered during FTP login and the File name printed is the Transmitted file name.
  • Page 89: Ethertalk

    Check the Printer name displayed in the Print Server monitor of the File Server and the NetWare Port name set in the NIC are the same. If there are multiple network interface cards, configure the NetWare Port names to be different. Print Server mode Check the File Server name set in the NIC and on the File Server are the same.
  • Page 90: Netbeui

    Turn the printer off and on again. Check the network cable is correctly connected. Change the cable and try again. If the network resides in a Zone, check the correct Zone name is selected in the Chooser. Check the Zone name in the utility related to the NIC is the same as the Zone name set in NIC.
  • Page 91 Check the computer name of the NIC is different from the computer name on the network. Troubleshooting 90...
  • Page 92: Glossary

    Error writing to Prn1. Check the printer is online. If there is an error message indicating the paper has run out, add more paper and cancel the error. Check whether another user is printing. Print after the other user has finished.
  • Page 93 Troubleshooting 92...
  • Page 94: Appendix- E-Mail Alert Function

    APPENDIX– E-MAIL ALERT FUNCTION The following table explains how to set up the E-Mail Alert function via Telnet. 7: Setup SMTP 1: SMTP Transmit Set sending E-Mail via SMTP, (E-Mail) enabled or disabled. 2: SMTP Receive Set receiving E-Mail via SMTP, enabled or disabled.
  • Page 95 4: Consumable These events can be included Warning in E-Mail alerts.In PERIOD mode, set to "enabled" to 5: Consumable Error include these events in E-Mail 6: Maintenance alerts.In "EVENT" mode, set Warning to "enabled" to send an E- 7: Maintenance Error Mail alert when any of these 8: Paper Warning warnings are detected.When...
  • Page 96 Network Interface Guide SHARP CORPORATION 07053201 Iss. 01...