WorkCentre 4118 and FaxCentre 2218 System

WorkCentre 4118 and FaxCentre 2218
System Administration Guide
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1 Welcome..................................................................................1-1
Introduction................................................................................................. 1-2
WorkCentre 4118 Series.......................................................................... 1-2
FaxCentre 2218 ....................................................................................... 1-2
About This Guide........................................................................................ 1-3
Related Information Sources..................................................................... 1-4
Customer Support ...................................................................................... 1-5
2 Basic Network Installation.....................................................2-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 2-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 2-2
Ethernet Port ............................................................................................... 2-3
Ethernet Port Setup ................................................................................. 2-3
Basic TCP/IP Settings ................................................................................ 2-5
Installation Procedure .............................................................................. 2-5
Enabling or Disabling TCP/IP .................................................................. 2-6
Network Communication Setup ............................................................... 2-7
Workstation Setup.................................................................................. 2-12
3 NetWare...................................................................................3-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 3-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 3-2
NetWare Environments .............................................................................. 3-3
IP NDPS Printing......................................................................................... 3-4
4 Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers ..................4-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 4-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 4-2
Workstation Setup ...................................................................................... 4-3
Windows XP (TCP/IP).............................................................................. 4-4
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Windows 2000 (TCP/IP) .......................................................................... 4-5
Windows NT V4.0 (TCP/IP) ..................................................................... 4-7
Windows 98/Me ....................................................................................... 4-8
Windows XP (Internet Printing Protocol).................................................. 4-9
Windows 2000 (Internet Printing Protocol) ............................................ 4-10
Apple Mac OSX with Bonjour................................................................. 4-11
Apple Mac OSX with AppleTalk ............................................................. 4-12
Apple Mac OSX with IPP ....................................................................... 4-13
5 AppleTalk ................................................................................5-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 5-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 5-2
AppleTalk Installation................................................................................. 5-3
Installation Procedure .............................................................................. 5-3
Network Communication Setup ............................................................... 5-3
Printer Driver Installation........................................................................... 5-6
Installation Procedure .............................................................................. 5-6
Setting the Printer Driver ......................................................................... 5-6
6 Advanced TCP/IP Setup.........................................................6-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 6-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 6-2
Enabling/Disabling LPR/LPD ..................................................................... 6-3
Enabling/Disabling Raw TCP/IP Printing.................................................. 6-6
Enabling/Disabling HTTP ........................................................................... 6-9
7 Network Installation Using CentreWare Internet Services .7-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 7-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 7-2
Using CentreWare Internet Services......................................................... 7-3
Introduction .............................................................................................. 7-3
Accessing CentreWare Internet Services................................................. 7-4
Configuring the Network............................................................................ 7-5
Ethernet ................................................................................................... 7-6
AppleTalk ................................................................................................. 7-7
TCP/IP ..................................................................................................... 7-9
SNMP..................................................................................................... 7-11
SSDP ..................................................................................................... 7-13
LPR/LPD ................................................................................................ 7-14
Raw TCP/IP Printing .............................................................................. 7-16
IPP ......................................................................................................... 7-18
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HTTP...................................................................................................... 7-19
8 Local Connection ...................................................................8-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 8-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 8-2
Installation Procedure ................................................................................ 8-3
Installing Macintosh Drivers...................................................................... 8-4
Install the Print Driver............................................................................... 8-4
To add a Printer ....................................................................................... 8-4
Install the TWAIN Driver (scan) ............................................................... 8-6
Installing Windows Drivers........................................................................ 8-7
FaxCentre 2218 ....................................................................................... 8-7
FaxCentre 2218/WorkCentre 4118 Series PS ......................................... 8-9
WorkCentre 4118 Series........................................................................ 8-10
Workstation Setup.................................................................................. 8-13
Test Print or Scan .................................................................................. 8-16
Installing the Linux Print Driver .............................................................. 8-17
9 Fax ...........................................................................................9-1
Introduction .............................................................................................. 9-1
Information Checklist ................................................................................. 9-2
Fax Setup using CentreWare Internet Services....................................... 9-3
Accessing CentreWare Internet Services ................................................ 9-3
Fax General Setup................................................................................... 9-3
Fax Phone Book Setup ............................................................................ 9-4
Testing ......................................................................................................... 9-5
10 Administration Tools ...........................................................10-1
Introduction ............................................................................................ 10-1
Network Tools ........................................................................................... 10-2
Reset NIC .............................................................................................. 10-2
Config Network ...................................................................................... 10-3
Set Factory Defaults .............................................................................. 10-4
Maintenance using CentreWare Internet Services ................................ 10-6
Accessing CentreWare Internet Services .............................................. 10-6
Checking Printer Status ......................................................................... 10-6
Printing Reports ..................................................................................... 10-7
Defining the Printer ................................................................................ 10-7
Checking Configurations........................................................................ 10-8
Checking Billing Counters...................................................................... 10-9
Making General Maintenance Settings .................................................. 10-9
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Upgrading Firmware ............................................................................ 10-10
Obtaining Assistance ........................................................................... 10-11
11 Problem Solving ...................................................................11-1
Introduction ............................................................................................ 11-1
Problem Solving Procedure..................................................................... 11-2
12 Glossary ................................................................................12-1
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1 Welcome
Thank you for choosing the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218. These products have been
designed for ease of use, but to use your machine to its fullest potential take some time to read the
User Guide.
¾
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
¾
About This Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
¾
Related Information Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
¾
Customer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
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Welcome
Introduction
The WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 are digital devices capable of being used for faxing,
copying, printing and scanning. The features and functions available on your machine depend
on the model purchased.
WorkCentre 4118 Series
2 in 1
This model provides digital copying and direct printing at 17 pages per minute A4 or 18 pages
per minute letter as standard.
Options available include an additional Paper Tray, Document Feeder, Foreign Interface,
Stand and the Network Kit. The Network Kit enables network printing, including a driver
compatible with PostScript®3TM. The kit also includes Macintosh and Linux print and scan
drivers.
4 in 1
The 4 in 1 model provides digital copying, direct printing, fax and direct scanning at 17/18
pages per minute.
Options include an additional Paper Tray, Foreign Interface, Stand and the Network Kit. The
Network Kit enables network printing, including a driver compatible with PostScript®3TM. The
kit also includes Macintosh and Linux print and scan drivers.
FaxCentre 2218
Provides faxing, digital copying, direct printing and scanning at 17 pages per minute A4 or 18
pages per minute letter as standard.
Options include an additional Paper Tray, Foreign Interface, Stand and the Network Kit. The
Network Kit enables network printing, including a driver compatible with PostScript®3TM. The
kit also includes Macintosh and Linux print and scan drivers.
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Welcome
About This Guide
Throughout this System Administration Guide some terms are used interchangeably:
¾ Paper is synonymous with media.
¾ Document is synonymous with original.
¾ Page is synonymous with sheet.
¾ WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 is synonymous with the machine.
The following table offers further information about the conventions used within this Guide.
CONVENTION
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLE
Italic Typeface
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
Used to emphasize a word or
phrase. In addition, references to 2218.
other publications are displayed in
Italic typeface.
Bracket Text Typeface
Used to emphasize the selection
of a feature mode or button.
¾ Select the paper supply source
Notes
Located in the margins and used
to provide additional or useful
information about a function or
feature.
z For instructions on loading media,
Specification Note
Provides more in-depth
L
specification information relating to
the machine.
Caution
Cautions are statements that
CAUTION: DO NOT use organic
suggest mechanical damage as a
or strong chemical solvents or
result of an action.
aerosol cleaners or pour fluids
directly onto any area.
Warning
Used to alert users to the
possibility of personal injury.
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required by pressing [Paper
Supply].
refer to “Loading Paper” in the User
Guide.
For full media specifications refer
to “Media Specifications” in the
User Guide
WARNING: This product must
be connected to a protective
grounded circuit.
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Welcome
Related Information Sources
Information available for the products consists of:
- This System Administration Guide
- The Quick Use Guide
- The Quick Install Sheets
- The User Guide
- The Xerox website www.xerox.com
- The Network Quick Setup Guide
- The Reference Poster
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Welcome
Customer Support
If you need assistance during or after product installation, please visit the Xerox website for
online solutions and support:
http://www.xerox.com
If you require further assistance, call our experts at the Xerox Welcome Center, or contact your
local representative. When telephoning please quote the machine serial number. Use the
space below to make a note of the machine serial number:
# ____________________________________________
To access the serial number open the side cover using the release latch and then open the
front door. The serial number is located on the panel above the Toner Cartridge.
The Xerox Welcome Center or local representative telephone number is provided when the
machine is installed. For convenience and future reference, please record the telephone
number in the space below:
# ____________________________________________
Xerox US Welcome Center:
1-800-821-2797
Xerox Canada Welcome Center:
1-800-93-XEROX (1-800-939-3769)
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2 Basic Network Installation
Introduction
This chapter explains how to make the basic settings to install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 on a network. The physical connection is Ethernet and the addressing protocols are provided
by TCP/IP. The following information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
¾
Ethernet Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
¾
Basic TCP/IP Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
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Basic Network Installation
Information Checklist
Before starting the basic network installation procedures, please ensure the following items
are available or have been performed:
Item
By
An existing operational network utilizing TCP/IP is required, these
procedures are not designed to install a network.
Customer
A suitable network cable.
Customer
If you are going to configure TCP/IP manually, you need to obtain and
record the following information:
Customer
• TCP/IP Address:
• Gateway Address:
• Subnet Mask Address:
• Primary DNS Server Address:
Refer to the Glossary for additional information on the Gateway
Address, Subnet Mask Address and Primary DNS, if needed.
Test the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to ensure it is installed
fully and functioning correctly.
Customer
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 print drivers.
Xerox
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
CAUTION: Do not connect the network cable to the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 until instructed to do so.
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The Ethernet port is the default interface used on the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
NOTE: The Ethernet port cannot be disabled.
Ethernet Port Setup
If the speed setting of the Ethernet port needs to be changed perform the following steps:
1
2
¾ Connect the device to the network outlet or cable.
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
3
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
4
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
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Basic Network Installation
Ethernet Port
Basic Network Installation
5
6
¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config. Network]
¾ Press
or
until Ethernet
displays and press [Enter].
Config. Network
[Ethernet]
7
¾ Press [Enter] to set the speed.
Ethernet
[Speed]
8
¾ Press
or
to display the
appropriate speed and press
[Enter].
The choices are:
Speed
[Auto]
Auto
10M Half
10M Full
100M Half
100M Full
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¾ Setup the TCP/IP addresses (see “Basic TCP/IP Settings” on page 2-5).
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Before the printer can be used on the network, the TCP/IP addresses need to be entered.
These can be entered automatically using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or
Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) or entered manually. To enter the addresses manually, you need
to obtain the following:
¾ TCP/IP Address
¾ Gateway Address
¾ Subnet Mask Address
¾ Primary DNS Server Address
Installation Procedure
There are three stages required to install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 in a TCP/IP
networking environment:
¾ Network Communication Setup
This requires the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to be setup for TCP/IP.
¾ Workstation Setup
This requires the workstations in the networking environment to be
configured to communicate with the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
¾ Test Print
A print job should be submitted to ensure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 has been installed and configured correctly.
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Basic Network Installation
Basic TCP/IP Settings
Basic Network Installation
Enabling or Disabling TCP/IP
At the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
1
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
2
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
3
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
4
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¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config. Network]
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5
¾ Press
or
until TCP/IP
displays and press [Enter].
Config Network
[TCP/IP]
6
¾ Press
or
until Setup
displays and press [Enter].
¾ To enable TCP/IP, press
TCP/IP
[Setup]
or
until Enable displays and
press [Enter]. Otherwise select
Disable and press [Enter].
Network Communication Setup
Automatically setting TCP/IP Addresses
At the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
1
2
¾ Ensure the Ethernet Port has been configured (see “Ethernet Port” on page 2-3).
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
3
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
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Basic Network Installation
4
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
5
6
¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
¾ Press
or
until TCP/IP
displays and press [Enter].
You can use DHCP or BOOTP to
automatically configure TCP/IP
on the machine.
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Network Setup
[Config. Network]
Config Network
[TCP/IP]
¾ Press
or
until the
required setting method displays
and press [Enter].
TCP/IP
[DHCP]
After a short period of time, the network will allocate the required addresses.
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At the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
HINT: Xerox CentreWare Internet Services can also be used to configure the WorkCentre
4118 / FaxCentre 2218, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services chapter for instructions.
When manually making the TCP/IP settings, you will need to know the following information:
¾ The IP address.
¾ The subnet mask, if required.
¾ The Gateway address, if required
¾ The primary and Secondary DNS address, if required.
1
2
¾ Ensure the Ethernet Port has been configured (see “Ethernet Port” on page 2-3).
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
3
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
4
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
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Basic Network Installation
Manually setting TCP/IP Addresses
Basic Network Installation
5
6
¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config. Network]
¾ Press
or
until TCP/IP
displays and press [Enter].
Config Network
[TCP/IP]
7
¾ Press
or
until Manual
displays and press [Enter].
Config Network
[Manual]
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¾ For each address, press
until the required setting
displays and press [Enter].
or
Manual
[IP Address]
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¾ Enter the address using the
keypad and press [Enter].
Press the
to move
between fields, use
correct mistakes.
to
IP Address
[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
NOTE: If required, subnet mask, Gateway address and DNS address can be set up using
the same steps.
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¾ Continue with Workstation Setup on page 2-12.
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Basic Network Installation
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Basic Network Installation
Workstation Setup
To enable the workstation environment to communicate with the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218 perform the following steps:
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¾ At the client workstation, install print drivers and map to the printer (see Workstation Setup
2
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
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3 NetWare
Introduction
This chapter explains how to install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on the various
NetWare networks. The following information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
¾
NetWare Environments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
¾
IP NDPS Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
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NetWare
Information Checklist
Before starting the NetWare installation procedures, please ensure the following items are
available or have been performed:
Item
By
An existing operational NetWare network is required, these
procedures are not designed to install a NetWare network.
Customer
NetWare client, server and operating system software version 4.x, 5.x
and 6.x.
Customer
Install the printer drivers on each workstation that will use the printer.
Customer
Ensure LPR is enabled on the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
Customer
Refer to “Enabling/Disabling LPR/LPD” on page 6-3 for configuration
instructions.
Test the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to ensure it is installed
fully and functioning correctly.
Customer
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 print and fax drivers.
Xerox
Xerox NDPS Gateway.
Xerox
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
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NetWare
NetWare Environments
Novell NetWare is supported by installing Novell Distributed Printing System (NDPS) over IP
networks using the LPR protocol.
The NetWare versions and protocols supported in this chapter are as follows:
¾ NetWare Versions supported:
NetWare 4.x, 5.x and 6.x
¾ Network Protocols supported:
IP (IP printing is supported via LPR/LPD only)
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NetWare
IP NDPS Printing
¾ Ensure server(s) and NDS are patched to the correct level.
¾ Ensure NDPS 2.0 is installed.
¾ Ensure the latest version of the Xerox NDPS Gateway is installed on the relevant server.
¾ Ensure you have an NDS login with sufficient rights to create objects in the required
container.
NDPS Printing to the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 uses IP and LPR printing therefore
the Line Printer Daemon must be configured. See “Enabling/Disabling LPR/LPD” on page 6-3.
1
¾ Create NDPS Printer object:
In NDS create a new NDPS Printer object in the appropriate container.
- Enter a name and select [Create].
- Choose the appropriate NDPS Manager and select the Novell Printer Gateway.
Select [OK].
- You can choose a printer type at this stage if required. Otherwise leave as
None. Select [OK].
- On the Configure Port Handler screen select [LPR on IP] and then select [Next].
- Enter the IP Address (or host name if appropriate) of the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218.
NOTE: The Printer Name can be left at the default.
- Select [Finish]. The new Printer Agent will load on the relevant server.
- You can select print drivers at this point if you wish. Select [Continue] and then
[OK] to finish.
NOTE: The two configurations described above can coexist.
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¾ Install the print driver on each workstation (see “Workstation Setup” on page 4-3).
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4 Print Driver Installation for
Networked Printers
Introduction
This chapter explains how to install the print drivers for networked printers. The following
information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
¾
Workstation Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
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Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Information Checklist
Before starting the driver installation procedures, please ensure the following items are
available or have been performed:
Item
By
The printer has been installed on the network.
Customer
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 print drivers are available on CD.
Xerox
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
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This section includes the setup procedures for the various workstation environments.
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Locate and perform the workstation setup procedures for the workstation environment.
Choose from:
¾ Windows XP (TCP/IP) (see 4-4).
¾ Windows 2000 (TCP/IP) (see 4-5).
¾ Windows NT V4.0 (TCP/IP) (see 4-7).
¾ Windows 98/Millennium Edition (TCP/IP) (see 4-8).
¾ Windows XP (IPP) (see 4-9).
¾ Windows 2000 (IPP) (see 4-10).
¾ Apple Mac OSX with Bonjour (see 4-11).
¾ Apple Mac OSX with AppleTalk (see 4-12).
¾ Apple Mac OSX with IPP (see 4-13).
¾ Linux
NOTE: Ensure you have the correct drivers CD (part number 705N00017 for PCL or
705N00021 for the driver compatible with PostScript®3TM) prior to starting the above
procedures.
2
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
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Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Workstation Setup
Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Windows XP (TCP/IP)
NOTE: Windows XP supports printing via TCP/IP as standard when TCP/IP is installed on a
Windows XP Workstation.
Ensure you have the correct drivers CD (part number 705N00017 for PCL or 705N00021 for
the driver compatible with PostScript®3TM) prior to starting this procedure.
Use the Add Printer Wizard to add the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to the network.
1
¾ Select [Start], select [Printers and Faxes].
2
¾ Select [Local Printer attached to this computer], uncheck the box labelled [Automatically
3
¾ Select [Create a new port].
Double-click on the [Add Printer] icon to display the Add Printer Wizard and select [Next].
detect and install my Plug and Play printer] and then select [Next] to display the dialog box
listing available ports.
Select [Standard TCP/IP Port] and select [Next] to display the Add Standard TCP/IP
Printer Port dialog box and select [Next].
Enter the IP Address of the printer in the [Name or address of printer] field (you can
optionally enter a friendly name for the printer port you are creating or use the default
name created). Then select [Next] to continue.
If the network printer settings are not automatically detected, click on the [Custom] button
to setup the network printer port settings, then select [Finish].
It is recommended that you select [RAW] as the Print Protocol.
If you prefer to use LPR:
Select [LPR] as the Print Protocol.
Enter [lp] (in lower case) in the [LPR queue name] field.
Uncheck the box labeled [LPR Byte Counting Enabled].
Check the box labeled [SNMP Status Enabled].
The [Community Name] should normally be set to public (unless you have configured the
device to have a custom SNMP community name) and the [SNMP Device Index] should
be set to 1.
Select [OK].
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¾ The Add Printer Wizard will then request that you select the driver to be used for this
printer.
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Browse to the required Windows XP driver on the CD and select [OK].
NOTE: The driver will be found in the Drivers>Print folder on the CD in the appropriate PCL
or PostScript®3TM (PS) folder. The driver is identified by the file extension .inf.
Select [Next], and select [Next] again and the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 driver
will be loaded onto the workstation.
Enter the Printer Name and select [Next].
5
¾ If you wish to share the printer over the network select [Shared]. You may also wish to
install printer drivers for other operating systems that will access the printer.
A dialog box displays with a message regarding the printing of a test page.
Select [Finish] to accept the Yes choice.
6
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
Windows 2000 (TCP/IP)
NOTE: Windows 2000 supports printing via TCP/IP as standard when TCP/IP is installed on
a Windows 2000 Workstation.
Use the Add Printer Wizard to add the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to the network.
1
¾ Select [Start], select [Settings], and then select [Printers].
2
¾ Select [Local Printer], uncheck the box labelled [Automatically detect and install my Plug
3
¾ Select [Create a new port] to display the Printer Ports dialog box.
Double-click on the [Add Printer] icon to display the Add Printer Wizard.
and Play printer.] and then select [Next] to display the dialog box listing available ports.
Select [Standard TCP/IP Port] and select [Next] to display the Add Standard TCP/IP Port
dialog box.
Enter the IP Address of the printer in the [Name or address of printer] field (you can
optionally enter a friendly name for the printer port you are creating or use the default
name created). Then select [Next] to continue.
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Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Insert the CD containing the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 drivers and select [Have
Disk].
Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
If the network printer settings are not automatically detected, click on the [Custom] button
to setup the network printer port settings.
It is recommended that you select [RAW] as the Print Protocol.
If you prefer to use LPR:
Select [LPR] as the Print Protocol.
Enter lp (in lower case) in the [LPR print queue] field.
Uncheck the box labelled [LPR Byte Counting Enabled].
Check the box labelled [SNMP Status Enabled].
The [Community Name] should normally be set to public (unless you have configured the
device to have a custom SNMP community name) and the [SNMP Device Index] should
be set to 1.
Select [OK].
4
¾ The Add Printer Wizard will then request that you select the driver to be used for this
printer.
Insert the CD containing the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 drivers and select [Have
Disk].
Browse to the required Windows 2000 driver on the CD and select [OK].
NOTE: The driver will be found on the appropriate PCL or PS CD, in the
Drivers>Print>ADDPrint folder. You will need to select the required language and operating
system. The driver is identified by the file extension .inf.
Select [Next], and select [Next] again and the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 driver
will be loaded onto the workstation.
Enter the Printer Name and select [Next].
5
¾ If you wish to share the printer over the network select [Shared]. You may also wish to
install printer drivers for other operating systems that will access the printer.
A dialog box displays with a message regarding the printing of a test page.
Select [Finish] to accept the Yes choice.
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¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
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NOTE: TCP/IP Print Services must be installed and running on the workstation.
Use the Add Printer Wizard to add the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to the network.
1
¾ At the Windows NT workstation, select [Start], select [Settings], and then select [Control
Panel].
Double-click on the [Network] icon and then select [Services].
Ensure Microsoft TCP/IP Print Service is running and select [Start], select [Settings], and
then select [Printers].
Double-click on the [Add Printer] icon to display the Add Printer Wizard.
2
¾ Select [My Computer] and then select [Next] to display the dialog box listing available
ports.
Select [Add Port] to display the Printer Ports dialog box.
Select [LPR Port] and select [New Port] to display the Add LPR compatible printer dialog
box.
3
¾ Enter the IP Address of the printer in the [Name or address of server providing lpd] field.
Enter lp (in lower case) in the [Name of printer or print queue on that server] field.
NOTE: lp must be entered regardless of the name of the printer or print queue. lp is the
name of the remote printer/server on the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218. This name
does not change.
Select [OK].
Select [Close].
4
¾ With the New Port selected, select [Next].
Insert the CD containing the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 drivers and select [Have
Disk].
Browse to the required Windows NT driver on the CD and select [OK].
NOTE: The driver will be found on the appropriate PCL or PS CD, in the
Drivers>Print>ADDPrint folder. You will need to select the required language and operating
system. The driver is identified by the file extension .inf.
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Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Windows NT V4.0 (TCP/IP)
Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Select [Next], and select [Next] again and the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 driver
will be loaded onto the workstation.
5
¾ Enter the Printer Name and select [Next].
Select [Shared], select all the Windows NT V4.0 choices for the operating systems that
require access to the printer, and then select [Next].
A dialog box displays with a message regarding the printing of a test page.
Select [Finish] to accept the Yes choice.
6
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
Windows 98/Me
NOTE: Prior to starting the setup procedure, download and install Xerox TCP/IP port
monitor driver from www.xerox.com.
1
¾ Access the Xerox website (www.xerox.com) and type WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
into the search box. Press [Enter].
¾ Select the download drivers link.
¾ Choose [Windows 98/Me] and select [Go].
¾ Scroll down and select [Xerox TCP/IP port monitor].
¾ When the file download screen appears, select [Run].
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¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
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NOTE: Windows XP supports printing via IPP as standard when TCP/IP is installed on a
Windows XP Workstation.
Use the Add Printer Wizard to add the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to the network.
1
¾ Select [Start] and then select [Printers and Faxes].
2
¾ Verify that the [Network Printer] is selected and click [Next].
3
¾ Select [Connect to a printer on the Internet or on a home or office network].
Double-click on the [Add Printer] icon to display the Add Printer Wizard.
The [Locate Your Printer] screen displays.
The [Specify a Printer] screen displays.
In the URL field enter the IP address or hostname of the printer in the following format:
http://aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd or http://printer-host-name, where aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd is the IP
address of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 and printer-host-name is the host name
of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 registered with a DNS server.
The Add Printer Wizard will then ask if you wish to install a local driver for this printer. You
should click [OK] to install the driver.
4
¾ Insert the CD containing the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 drivers and select [Have
Disk].
Browse to the required Windows XP driver on the CD and select [OK].
NOTE: The driver will be found in the Drivers>Print folder on the CD in the appropriate PCL
or PostScript®3TM folder. The driver is identified by the file extension .inf.
Select [Next], and select [Next] again and the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 driver
will be loaded onto the workstation.
A dialog box displays with a message regarding the printing of a test page.
Select [Finish] to accept the Yes choice.
5
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
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Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Windows XP (Internet Printing Protocol)
Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Windows 2000 (Internet Printing Protocol)
NOTE: Windows 2000 supports printing via IPP as standard when TCP/IP is installed on a
Windows 2000 Workstation.
Use the Add Printer Wizard to add the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to the network.
1
¾ Select [Start], select [Settings], and then select [Printers].
2
¾ Verify that the [Network Printer] is selected and click [Next].
3
¾ Select [Connect to a printer on the Internet or on your intranet].
Double-click on the [Add Printer] icon to display the Add Printer Wizard.
The [Locate Your Printer] screen displays.
In the [URL] field enter the IP Address or hostname of the printer in the following format:
http://aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd or http://printer-host-name, where aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd is the IP
address of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 and printer-host-name is the host name
of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 registered with a DNS server.
The Add Printer Wizard will then ask if you wish to install a local driver for this printer. You
should click [OK] to install the driver.
4
¾ Insert the CD containing the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 drivers and select [Have
Disk].
Browse to the required Windows 2000 driver on the CD and select [OK].
NOTE: The driver will be found in the Drivers>Print folder on the CD in the appropriate PCL
or PostScript®3TM folder. The driver is identified by the file extension .inf.
Select [Next], and select [Next] again and the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 driver
will be loaded onto the workstation.
A dialog box displays with a message regarding the printing of a test page.
Select [Finish] to accept the Yes choice.
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¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
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1
2
¾ Ensure LPR/LPD is enabled on the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
¾ Insert the Drivers CD (compatible with PostScript®3TM , Macintosh, Linux) part number
705N00021.
3
¾ Double click on [Mac Installer] and follow the instructions.
4
¾ Go to [Printer Setup Utility] and click [Add]. Select [Default Browser] and select the
desired Bonjour printer from the list
All IP printers on the subnet will be listed.
5
¾ If not automatically selected, choose [Xerox] from the Print Using drop-down menu.
6
¾ Click the [Add] button.
7
¾ The Xerox WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 will now appear in the Printer List.
8
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
¾ Select [Xerox WorkCentre 4118 PS] or [Xerox FaxCentre 2218 PS] from the model list.
If you have a Tray 2 option, then select [Tray 2] and click [continue].
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Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Apple Mac OSX with Bonjour
Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Apple Mac OSX with AppleTalk
NOTE: These instructions assume the print driver is already installed.
To use AppleTalk, it must be enabled on your workstation and on the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218. For instructions on enabling AppleTalk on the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218, refer to “Network Communication Setup” on page 5-3.
Use the instructions below to add a printer with AppleTalk.
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1
¾ Select Go.
2
¾ Select [Utilities].
3
¾ Select [Printer Setup Utility] and click [Add].
4
¾ Select [Default Browser] and select the desired AppleTalk printer from the list.
5
¾ If not automatically selected, choose [Xerox] from the Print Using drop-down menu.
6
¾ Click [Add].
7
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
¾ Select [Xerox WorkCentre 4118 PS] or [Xerox FaxCentre 2218 PS] from the model list.
¾ If prompted, ensure the Installable Options are correct and click [Continue].
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1
¾ Select Go.
2
¾ Select [Utilities].
3
¾ Select [Printer Setup Utility] and click [Add].
4
¾ Select IP Printer.
5
¾ Select Internet Printing Protocol from the Protocol drop-down menu.
6
¾ Enter the IP Address of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 in Address.
7
¾ Select [Xerox] from the Print Using drop-down menu.
8
¾ Click [Add].
9
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers
Apple Mac OSX with IPP
¾ Select [Xerox WorkCentre 4118 PS] or [Xerox FaxCentre 2218 PS] from the model list.
¾ If prompted, ensure the Installable Options are correct and click [Continue].
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5 AppleTalk
Introduction
This chapter explains how to install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on an AppleTalk
network. The following information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
¾
AppleTalk Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
¾
Printer Driver Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
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AppleTalk
Information Checklist
Before starting the AppleTalk installation procedures, please ensure the following items are
available or have been performed:
Item
By
An existing operational AppleTalk network with Macintosh workstation
computers equipped with Ethernet network interface cards are
required. These procedures are not designed to install an AppleTalk
network.
Customer
Macintosh System version 10.3+
Customer
Test the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to ensure it is installed
fully and functioning correctly.
Customer
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 Macintosh print and fax driver or
PPD.
Xerox
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
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AppleTalk
AppleTalk Installation
Installation Procedure
There are three stages required to install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on an
Appletalk network:
¾ Network Communication Setup
This requires the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to be setup for
Appletalk.
¾ Print Driver Installation
¾ Test Print
A test print should be submitted to ensure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 has been installed and configured correctly.
Network Communication Setup
This procedure is used to setup the network communication parameters of the WorkCentre
4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
At the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
HINT: Xerox CentreWare Internet Services can also be used to configure the WorkCentre
4118 / FaxCentre 2218, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services chapter for instructions.
1
2
¾ Connect the device to the network outlet or cable.
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
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AppleTalk
3
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
4
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
5
6
¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config. Network]
¾ Press
or
until AppleTalk
displays and press [Enter].
Config. Network
[AppleTalk]
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¾ To enable or disable AppleTalk,
press
or
until the
required setting, [On] or [Off]
displays and press [Enter].
AppleTalk
[On]
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local segment where it is connected.
8
¾ Install the Printer Driver (see “Printer Driver Installation” on page 5-6).
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AppleTalk
NOTE: The WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 will attach itself to the default zone of the
AppleTalk
Printer Driver Installation
This section describes how to install the printer driver for the Mac OSX using the AppleTalk
protocol.
Installation Procedure
This section describes the procedures for installing the Mac print driver.
1
¾ Ensure the printer is on and that AppleTalk has been enabled (see “Network
2
¾ Select [Printer Setup Utility] and click the [Add] button.
3
¾ Choose the WorkCentre/FaxCentre with the AppleTalk connection from the drop-down
Communication Setup” on page 5-3).
menu.
All printers on the subnet will be listed.
4
¾ Choose Xerox WorkCentre 4118 PS or Xerox FaxCentre 2218 PS as the printer driver.
5
¾ Click the [Add] button.
6
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
Setting the Printer Driver
When you finish installing the printer driver, set the PostScript Printer Description (PPD) file
for this machine to the printer driver.
The printer driver controls the functions of this machine based on the information in the PPD
file.
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¾ Ensure the printer is on and that AppleTalk has been enabled (see “Network
Communication Setup” on page 5-3).
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¾ Select [Appletalk].
4
¾ Choose the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 driver.
5
¾ Close the Mac Print Utility.
AppleTalk
2
¾ On the Apple menu select [Mac Print Utility].
This automatically searches for the printer.
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6 Advanced TCP/IP Setup
Introduction
This chapter explains how to change TCP/IP settings for your specific network requirements. The
following information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
¾
Enabling/Disabling LPR/LPD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
¾
Enabling/Disabling Raw TCP/IP Printing. . . . . . . . 6-6
¾
Enabling/Disabling HTTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
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Advanced TCP/IP Setup
Information Checklist
Before starting the TCP/IP installation procedures, please ensure the following items are
available or have been performed:
Item
By
An existing operational network utilizing TCP/IP is required, these
procedures are not designed to install a network.
Customer
Test the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to ensure it is installed
fully and functioning correctly.
Customer
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 print drivers.
Xerox
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
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This procedure is used to enable or disable Line Printer Remote/Line Printer Daemon (LPR/
LPD) port on the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218. Once the port is enabled, you can
change the LPR port number.
To enable the LPR/LPD port, at the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
1
2
¾ Ensure the basic TCP/IP settings have been made (see “Basic TCP/IP Settings” on page
2-5).
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
3
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
4
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
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Advanced TCP/IP Setup
Enabling/Disabling LPR/LPD
Advanced TCP/IP Setup
5
6
¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config. Network]
¾ Press
or
until TCP/IP
displays and press [Enter].
Config Network
[TCP/IP]
7
¾ Press
or
until Manual
displays and press [Enter].
TCP/IP
[Manual]
8
¾ Press
or
until LPR/LPD
displays and press [Enter].
Manual
[LPR/LPD]
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¾ To enable or disable LPR/LPD,
press
or
until the
required setting, [Enable] or
[Disable] displays and press
[Enter].
10
Advanced TCP/IP Setup
9
LPR/LPD
[Enable]
¾ If the protocol is enabled, enter
the port number using the keypad
and press [Enter].
Enter Port No.
[0-65535]>515
NOTE: While you can change the port number at which the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 will accept LPR print jobs, it is recommended that you do this ONLY with extreme
caution as most LPR spoolers are set to send print jobs to the default port number, 515. To
change Port number see “Using CentreWare Internet Services” on page 7-3.
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Advanced TCP/IP Setup
Enabling/Disabling Raw TCP/IP Printing
This procedure is used to enable or disable the Raw Printing port on the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218. Once the port is enabled, you can change the Raw Printing port number.
NOTE: While you can change the port number at which the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 will accept RAW print jobs, it is recommended that you use the default port, 9100. This
is the industry standard. To change Port number see “Using CentreWare Internet Services”
on page 7-3.
To enable the Raw Printing port, at the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these
steps:
1
2
¾ Ensure the basic TCP/IP settings have been made (see “Basic TCP/IP Settings” on page
2-5).
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
3
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
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Advanced TCP/IP Setup
4
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
5
6
¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config. Network]
¾ Press
or
until TCP/IP
displays and press [Enter].
Config Network
[TCP/IP]
7
¾ Press
or
until Manual
displays and press [Enter].
TCP/IP
[Manual]
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Advanced TCP/IP Setup
8
9
¾ Press
or
until Raw
Printing displays and press
[Enter].
¾ To enable or disable Raw
Printing, press
or
until
the required setting, [Enable] or
[Disable] displays and press
[Enter].
10
Raw Printing
[Enable]
¾ If the protocol is enabled, enter
the port number using the keypad
and press [Enter].
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Manual
[Raw Printing]
Enter Port No.
[0-65535]>9100
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This procedure is used to enable or disable Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) on the
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
To enable HTTP, at the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
1
2
¾ Ensure the basic TCP/IP settings have been made (see “Basic TCP/IP Settings” on page
2-5).
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
3
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools have
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
been passcode protected, type in
the password and press [Enter].
4
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
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Advanced TCP/IP Setup
Enabling/Disabling HTTP
Advanced TCP/IP Setup
5
6
¾ Press
or
until Configure
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config. Network]
¾ Press
or
until TCP/IP
displays and press [Enter].
Config Network
[TCP/IP]
7
¾ Press
or
until Manual
displays and press [Enter].
TCP/IP
[Manual]
8
¾ Press
or
until HTTP
displays and press [Enter].
Manual
[HTTP]
9
¾ To enable or disable HTTP, press
or
until the required
setting, [Enable] or [Disable]
displays and press [Enter].
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HTTP
[Enable]
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7 Network Installation Using
CentreWare Internet
Services
Introduction
This chapter explains how to enable and use the CentreWare Internet Services to install the
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on the network. The following information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
¾
Using CentreWare Internet Services . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
¾
Accessing CentreWare Internet Services . . . . . . . 7-4
¾
Configuring the Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
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Network Installation Using CentreWare Internet Services
Information Checklist
Before starting the procedure for enabling the CentreWare Internet Services feature, please
ensure the following items are available or have been performed:
Item
By
An existing operational workstation with TCP/IP Internet or Intranet
accessibility is required. These procedures are not intended to install
the TCP/IP stack itself.
Customer
Obtain and record the following information:
Customer
•
•
•
A Unique IP Address:
Gateway Address:
Subnet Mask:
Refer to the Glossary for additional information on the Gateway
Address and Subnet Mask, if needed.
Test the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to ensure it is installed
fully and functioning correctly.
Customer
Xerox CentreWare Internet Services.
Xerox
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
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Introduction
CentreWare Internet Services uses the embedded HTTP Server on the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218 to allow communication with the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 if you
have a Web Browser with access to the Internet or Intranet. By entering the IP Address of the
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 as the URL (Universal Resource Locator) in the Browser,
direct access to the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 is available.
NOTE: Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.x or later should be used. Other browsers may
work, but could produce unexpected results.
Many of the selections and settings needed to install WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on
a network can be made using CentreWare Internet Services, eliminating steps that would
otherwise need to be performed at the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 Control Panel.
Many of the features available within CentreWare Internet Services will require an admin user
name and password. A user will only be prompted for an admin name and password once in
a single browser session.
Before the CentreWare Internet Services feature can be used for installing WorkCentre 4118
/ FaxCentre 2218 on a network it must be enabled. There are three stages required to enable
CentreWare Internet Services:
¾ WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 is connected to the network.
¾ Enable HTTP on the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
¾ A valid IP Address is defined for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
NOTE: When making more than one configuration change please complete all the changes
in one go and then carry out a reboot.
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Accessing CentreWare Internet Services
1
¾ At a client workstation on the network, launch the Internet Browser.
2
¾ In the URL field, enter http:// followed by the IP Address of the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218. Then select the [Enter] key.
Example: If the IP Address is 192.168.100.100, enter the following in the URL field:
http://192.168.100.100
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CentreWare Internet Services provides an alternative method of configuring the device
settings in order to successfully complete installation on a network.
Instructions are provided for configuring the device for the following network environments.
Refer to the appropriate instructions for the network being used:
¾ Ethernet - page 7-6
¾ AppleTalk - page 7-7
¾ TCP/IP - page 7-9
¾ SNMP - page 7-11
¾ SSDP - page 7-13
¾ LPR/LPD - page 7-14
¾ Raw TCP/IP Printing - page 7-16
¾ IPP - page 7-18
¾ HTTP - page 7-19
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Ethernet
Use these instructions to set the rated speed for Ethernet using CentreWare Internet Services:
To complete the installation of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ In the Properties frame, within the Physical Connections folder, select [Ethernet].
5
¾ Choose the appropriate [Rated Speed].
6
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Physical Connections folder.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selection to take
effect.
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Use these instructions to install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on an AppleTalk
network using CentreWare Internet Services.
Installation Procedure
There are two stages required to install the device on an AppleTalk network using CentreWare
Internet Services:
¾ Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
This procedure explains how to use CentreWare Internet Services to
configure the device.
¾ Test Print
A print job should be submitted to ensure the device has been installed and
configured correctly.
Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
To complete the installation of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
4
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
5
¾ In the Properties frame, within the Protocols folder, select [AppleTalk].
6
¾ Make the following selections and settings in the AppleTalk Physical Configuration section
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocols folder.
of the Protocols frame:
Select the checkbox to enable AppleTalk.
Enter the [Printer Name]. Use a meaningful name, such as the location of the
device.
Choose the Zone where the printer resides from the drop-down menu.
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¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
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NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
9
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
effect.
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Use these instructions to install the device on a TCP/IP network using CentreWare Internet
Services.
Installation Procedure
There are two stages required to install the device on a TCP/IP network using CentreWare
Internet Services:
¾ Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
This procedure explains how to use CentreWare Internet Services to
configure the device.
¾ Test Print
A print job should be submitted to ensure the device has been installed and
configured correctly.
Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
NOTE: The TCP/IP settings for the device will have been setup when completing the Open
CentreWare Internet Services section.
To complete the installation of the device, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ Select [TCP/IP] and check the Protocol Configuration details are correct. If any of the
5
¾ In the Physical Connection field, Ethernet will be the default setting.
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocols folder.
details are incorrect then enter the correct information.
Enter the [Host Name].
Choose the [IP Address Resolution] required.
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NOTE: DHCP automatically assigns IP addresses and is the default setting. If the IP Address
needs to be edited but is unavailable, select IP Address Resolution and then Static to
continue.
Enter the [Subnet Mask].
Enter the [Gateway Address].
6
¾ Check the DNS Settings details and if necessary enter the correct information required.
7
¾ Scroll down the screen and check the SLP Configuration details and if necessary enter the
8
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
correct information required.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
effect.
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
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Use these instructions to configure the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) using
CentreWare Internet Services.
Configure SNMP
To configure SNMP, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Open CentreWare Internet Services (see
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ Select [SNMP] and check the Protocol Configuration details are correct. If any of the
5
¾ Make the following selections and settings in the SNMP Properties section of the frame:
Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] link.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocols folder.
details are incorrect then enter the correct information.
Select the checkbox to enable the SNMP Protocol.
Click the [Edit] button to configure SNMP.
You can change the GET and SET Community Names.
NOTE: Changes made to the GET and SET Community Names will require corresponding
changes for each application that uses the protocol.
You can set the Default TRAP Community Name.
NOTE: This specifies the default trap community name for all traps generated by the
machine and can be overridden by the trap community name specified for each TRAP
destination address. It may not have the same trap community name as that specified for
another address.
You can Enable Authentication Failure Generic Traps to generate a trap for every SNMP
request received by the machine that contains an invalid community name.
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes and return to the first screen.
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NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
6
¾ You can Add or Edit a Trap Destination Address by making the following selections and
settings in the Trap Destination Addresses section of the frame:
Click the [Add IP Address] button or the [Edit] button to add a new address or amend an
existing address.
In the IP Address Destination section, enter or amend the IP Address and UDP Port
Number.
In the Traps section, enter the Trap Community Name and check the boxes corresponding
to the required Traps to be Received.
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes and return to the first screen.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
7
¾ You can Delete a Trap Destination Address from the Trap Destination Addresses section
of the frame:
Highlight the required Address/Socket or Port and click the [Delete] button.
8
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
effect.
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Use these instructions to configure the Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP) using
CentreWare Internet Services.
Configure SSDP
To configure SSDP, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ Select [SSDP] and check the Protocol Configuration details are correct. If any of the
5
¾ Make the following selections and settings in the General section of the Protocols frame:
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] link.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocols folder.
details are incorrect then enter the correct information.
Select the checkbox to enable SSDP.
Enter the [Time to Live] (1 to 255 hops).
6
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
7
¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
effect.
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LPR/LPD
Use these instructions to enable or disable LPR/LPD using CentreWare Internet Services.
Installation Procedure
There are two stages required to install the device on a LPR/LPD network using CentreWare
Internet Services:
¾ Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
This procedure explains how to use CentreWare Internet Services to
configure the device.
¾ Test Print
A print job should be submitted to ensure the device has been installed and
configured correctly.
Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
To complete the installation of the device, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ In the Properties frame, within the Protocols folder, select [LPR/LPD].
5
¾ Select the checkbox to enable LPR/LPD.
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocols folder.
Enter the [Port Number].
NOTE: While you can change the port number at which the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 will accept LPR print jobs, it is recommended that you do this ONLY with extreme
caution as most LPR spoolers are set to send print jobs to the default port number, 515.
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¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
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¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
8
¾ Using the procedure located in Section 4, Print Driver Installation for Networked Printers,
9
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
effect.
install the driver for the workstation.
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NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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Raw TCP/IP Printing
Use these instructions to enable or disable Raw Printing using CentreWare Internet Services.
Installation Procedure
There are two stages required to install the device on an Raw TCP/IP printing network using
CentreWare Internet Services:
¾ Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
This procedure explains how to use CentreWare Internet Services to
configure the device.
¾ Test Print
A print job should be submitted to ensure the device has been installed and
configured correctly.
Configure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218
To complete the installation of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ Select [Raw TCP/IP Printing].
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocols folder.
Select the checkbox to enable Raw TCP/IP Printing.
Enter the required port number.
NOTE: While you can change the port number at which the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 will accept RAW print jobs, it is recommended that you use the default port, 9100. this is
the industry standard
5
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
effect.
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¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
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IPP
Use these instructions to setup IPP using CentreWare Internet Services.
NOTE: The HTTP settings for the device will have been setup when completing the Enabling
CentreWare Internet Services section.
To complete the installation of the device, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ Select [IPP].
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocols folder.
Select the checkbox to enable IPP.
Check the IPP Configuration details are correct. If any of the details are incorrect then
enter the required configuration details in the appropriate boxes.
5
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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6
¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
7
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
effect.
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Use these instructions to setup HTTP using CentreWare Internet Services.
NOTE: The HTTP settings for the device will have been setup when completing the Enabling
CentreWare Internet Services section.
To complete the installation of the device, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see Accessing CentreWare Internet Services on
3
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
4
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Connectivity folder in the Properties frame, and
5
¾ Check the
page 7-4).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Protocol folder.
HTTP Configuration details are correct.
Enter the [Keep Alive Timeout] in seconds from 5 to 99.
Enter the [Maximum Connections] from 5 to 32.
6
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
7
¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selections to take
8
¾ Continue with Test Print, see Test Print 8-16.
effect.
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8 Local Connection
Introduction
This chapter explains how to install the workstation drivers for local connection of the WorkCentre
4118 / FaxCentre 2218. The following information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
¾
Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
¾
Installing Macintosh Drivers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
¾
Installing Windows Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
¾
Installing the Linux Print Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-17
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Information Checklist
Before starting the installation procedures, please ensure the following items are available or
have been performed:
Item
By
IEEE 1284C Parallel Port Cable
Customer
USB cable
Xerox
Test the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to ensure it is installed
fully and functioning correctly.
Customer
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 drivers.
Xerox
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
NOTE: The installation procedures will install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on the
host workstation. The procedure is not intended to connect the host workstation to other
workstations.
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The following drivers are provided PCL6, PostScript®3TM compatible, Macintosh PPD, Linux,
Scan and ControlCentre. You can install many of the drivers that you require at the same time.
NOTE: The drivers will be installed to the local port. For network connections, it is
recommended that you use the instructions relevant to the specific network requirements.
The WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 can be connected directly to the parallel port or USB
of a host workstation. A document file can be sent or received from the host workstation via
the appropriate port to the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
There are three stages required to install the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 on a port on
a local workstation:
¾ Install the driver.
This requires the appropriate printer driver to be installed on the workstation.
¾ Workstation Setup
This requires the workstation to be configured to print to the WorkCentre
4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
¾ Test Print or Scan
A print job should be submitted to ensure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218 has been installed and configured correctly.
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Installing Macintosh Drivers
Install the Print Driver
1
2
¾ Ensure the printer is connected to the computer.
¾ Switch on the workstation and the printer.
¾ Insert the driver CD supplied with your PostScript®3TM/Network kit.
3
¾ Double-click the CD icon that appears on the Macintosh desktop.
4
¾ Double-click the MAC_Installer folder.
5
¾ Double-click the MAC_Printer folder.
¾ The driver will be located automatically. If it is not, choose the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218 driver from the [Print Using] list. Select [Add].
6
¾ Double-click the Xerox WorkCentre 4118_OSX or Xerox FaxCentre 2218_OSX icon.
7
¾ Select [install] to do Easy Install.
8
¾ Click [Quit] to finish.
¾ A window displays. Click [Continue].
To add a Printer
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1
¾ Select Go.
2
¾ Select [Utilities].
3
¾ Select [Printer Setup Utility] and select [Add].
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¾ The driver will be located automatically. If it is not, choose the WorkCentre 4118 or
FaxCentre 2218 driver from the [Print Using] list. Select [Add].
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¾ Select Xerox WorkCentre 4118 series or FaxCentre 2218 Series.
Local Connection
Install the TWAIN Driver (scan)
1
2
¾ Switch on the workstation and the printer.
¾ Insert the driver CD supplied with your PostScript®3TM/Network kit.
3
¾ Double-click the CD icon that appears on the Macintosh desktop.
4
¾ Double-click the MAC_Installer folder.
5
¾ Double-click MAC_Twain folder.
6
¾ Double-click Xerox ScanThru installer.
7
¾ Enter the password and click [OK].
8
¾ Xerox ScanThru Installer window opens. Click [Continue].
9
¾ Select [Install] to install the driver.
10
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¾ Ensure the printer is connected to the computer.
¾ Click [Quit] to finish.
¾ Select your preferred image editing program.
¾ Select the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 for importing documents.
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Before printing, scanning or using ControlCentre with the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218, you will need to install a driver.
The procedure will install the driver and configure it for the local port.
FaxCentre 2218
1
¾ Insert the Xerox Drivers CD into the CD drive.
2
¾ When the language selection window appears, select the appropriate language and click
3
¾ Choose the components you want to install and then click [Next]..
Within a few seconds, the CD should start automatically and present you with the opening
screen. If this does not happen, go to the [Start] menu, choose [Run] and browse to the CD
drive. Select setup.exe and click [Open]. Click [OK] to start the installation procedure.
[Next].
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NOTE: You can choose to install as many drivers as you want by checking the appropriate
boxes.
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4
¾ The confirmation screen summarizes your selections. Either click [Back] to reselect or click
5
¾ When the setup has completed click [Finish]..
6
7
¾ Switch off the printer and connect the Parallel or USB cable between the workstation and
7
¾ Switch on the printer.
8
9
¾ Windows will automatically detect new hardware and install the appropriate driver.
[Next] to install your selections.
the printer.
¾ Continue with Workstation Setup.
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¾ Insert the Xerox Drivers CD into the CD drive.
2
¾ When the language selection window appears, select the appropriate language and click
3
¾ Choose the components you want to install and then click [Next]..
Within a few seconds, the CD should start automatically and present you with the opening
screen. If this does not happen, go to the [Start] menu, choose [Run] and browse to the CD
drive. Select setup.exe and click [Open]. Click [OK] to start the installation procedure.
[Next].
NOTE: You can choose to install as many drivers as you want by checking the appropriate
boxes.
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4
¾ The confirmation screen summarizes your selections. Either click [Back] to reselect or click
5
¾ When the setup has completed click [Finish]..
6
7
¾ Switch off the printer and connect the Parallel or USB cable between the workstation and
7
¾ Switch on the printer.
8
9
¾ Windows will automatically detect new hardware and install the appropriate driver.
[Next] to install your selections.
the printer.
¾ Continue with Workstation Setup.
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¾ Insert the Xerox Drivers CD into the CD drive.
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¾ When the language selection window appears, select the appropriate language.
3
¾ Choose the appropriate radio button for the hardware purchased and then click [Next]..
4
¾ Choose the components you want to install and then click [Next]..
NOTE: You can choose to install as many drivers as you want by checking the appropriate
boxes.
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Within a few seconds, the CD should start automatically and present you with the opening
screen. If this does not happen, go to the [Start] menu, choose [Run] and browse to the CD
drive. Select setup.exe and click [Open]. Click [OK] to start the installation procedure.
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5
¾ The confirmation screen summarizes your selections. Either click [Back] to reselect or click
6
7
¾ When the setup has completed click [Finish]..
7
¾ Switch off the printer and connect the Parallel or USB cable between the workstation and
8
9
¾ Switch on the printer.
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the printer.
¾ Windows will automatically detect new hardware and install the appropriate driver.
¾ Continue with Workstation Setup.
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You will need to configure the printer drivers.
1
¾ Choose Printers and Faxes from Control Panel.
The location of this window will vary according to the operating system: from the
Start>Settings menu or directly from the Start menu.
The Printers and Faxes window displays.
NOTE: This window will have a different appearance according to the operating system of
the workstation. The window shown is from a Windows XP operating system.
2
¾ Click on the printer and choose Properties from the File menu or the right mouse menu.
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A properties window displays.
NOTE: This window will have a different appearance according to the operating system of
the workstation and the type of driver installed. The window shown is from a Windows XP
operating system.
3
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¾ Click on the [Ports] tab.
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The Ports tab displays.
¾ Check the box appropriate to the connection.
For a parallel connection, check LPT1, LPT2 or LPT3 depending on the configuration of
the workstation. This is usually LPT1.
For a USB connection, check the USB box.
5
¾ Click [OK].
6
¾ Continue with Test Print or Scan.
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Test Print or Scan
To ensure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 has been installed correctly a test print or
scan should be submitted from the workstation.
Test Print
Perform the following steps:
1
¾ Open a document on a client workstation.
2
¾ Select the device as the printer to which the selected document will be sent.
3
¾ Print the document on the device and verify that it prints correctly.
4
¾ Ensure the driver is installed on every workstation that will be sending jobs to the device.
5
¾ Repeat the test for all workstations that will be sending jobs to the device.
6
¾ The installation process is now complete.
If the test print fails, refer to the Problem Solving chapter for trouble-shooting procedures.
Test Scan
1
¾ Open the TWAIN compliant application used to scan documents.
2
¾ Place a document in the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
3
¾ Follow the instructions supplied by the scanning application and verify the job scans
correctly.
If the test scan fails, refer to the Problem Solving chapter for trouble-shooting procedures.
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Installing the Linux Print Driver
Ensure you are logged in as "root" prior to starting the installation.
1
¾ Open the Unified Driver Configurator and click [Add Printer].
2
¾ Click [Next] to continue.
3
¾ Select the Manual Select radio button and click [Next].
4
¾ Select the appropriate protocol and click [Next].
5
¾ Scroll to Xerox WorkCentre 4118 series (PS) or FaxCentre 2218 and click [Next].
6
¾ Choose a name for the printer and provide the device location and description.
7
¾ Choose Test Printer to verify the install.
8
¾ Select [Finish] when complete.
The Add Printer Wizard displays.
¾ Click [Next].
A 2218 or 4118 series icon should now display in the Unified Driver Configurator.
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9 Fax
Introduction
This chapter explains how to setup the Fax option. The following information is provided:
¾
Information Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-2
¾
Fax Setup using CentreWare Internet Services . . . . . . .9-3
¾
Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-5
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Information Checklist
Before starting the installation procedures, please ensure the following items are available or
have been performed: Configuration can also be performed using Xerox CentreWare (Refer
to “Network Installation Using CentreWare Internet Services” on page 7-1).
Item
By
Ensure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 is fully functioning
prior to installation.
Customer
Ensure the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 is connected to the
telephone line.
Customer
If problems are encountered during the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 installation, refer
to the Problem Solving chapter for assistance.
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Accessing CentreWare Internet Services
1
¾ At a client workstation on the network, launch the Internet Browser.
2
¾ In the URL field, enter http:// followed by the IP Address of the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218. Then select the [Enter] key.
Example: If the IP Address is 192.168.100.100, enter the following in the URL field:
http://192.168.100.100
Fax General Setup
Use these instructions to set up fax using CentreWare Internet Services.
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see ”Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Services folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ Select [General] and verify the details. Update any incorrect information.
5
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
page 9-3).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Fax Settings folder.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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Fax Setup using CentreWare Internet Services
Fax
Fax Phone Book Setup
Use these instructions to set up the fax phonebook using CentreWare Internet Services.
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see ”Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the Services folder in the Properties frame, and
4
¾ Select [Fax Phone Book] and verify the details. Update any incorrect information.
5
¾ You can add fax numbers individually; import these numbers from a comma delimited,
page 9-3).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
then select the [+] symbol to the left of the Fax Settings folder.
.CSV file; and export the number data from the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 to a
comma delimited, .CSV file. You can also delete all numbers from the Fax Phone Book.
To Add a Number, choose either the Speed Dial or One-Touch Dial radio button; click the
[Add] button; choose the sequence [No.] and [Type] from the drop-down lists; enter the
[Name] and [Phone Number] including a [Charge Code] if required; and click the [Apply]
button.
To Import from a .CSV file, click the [Import from File] button and enter or Browse to the
location of the file.
To Export to a .CSV file, click the [Export to File] button and save the file to the required
location.
NOTE: For security purposes, charge codes (numbers entered after the ’+’ character) will
not be exported or imported, they will have to be re-entered manually.
To Delete all of the entries in the Phone Book, click the [Delete All] button and confirm the
deletions
6
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the previous
values.
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Fax
Testing
To ensure Fax has been setup successfully, perform the following steps:
Refer to the User Guide for full details of sending Faxes.
1
¾ Place a document in the Document Feeder, or on the Document Glass.
2
¾ Select the [Fax] key and set any features required.
3
¾ Enter Fax Number using keypad.
4
¾ Press the [Start] button to scan the original.
If you loaded an original on the Document Glass, you will be asked if you want to scan
another page.
If the test job fails, refer to the Problem Solving chapter for trouble-shooting procedures.
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10 Administration Tools
Introduction
This chapter explains how to configure or use the various administration tools found in the
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218. The following information is provided:
¾
Network Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
¾
Maintenance using CentreWare Internet Services10-6
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Network Tools
Three tools are provided for the network:
¾ Reset NIC - resets the network card after changes have been implemented.
¾ Factory Defaults- restores all settings to their factory state.
¾ Configure Network - provides walk-up configuration of network settings.
Reset NIC
To reset the network card:
1
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
2
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools has
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
already been passcode
protected, type in the password
and press [Enter].
3
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
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¾ Press
or
until Reset NIC
displays and press [Enter].
¾ Choose Yes to reset the network
card.
Network Setup
[Reset NIC]
Config Network
To configure the network:
1
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
[Fax Setup]
2
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools has
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
already been passcode
protected, type in the password
and press [Enter].
3
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
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4
¾ Press
or
until Config
Network displays and press
[Enter].
Network Setup
[Config Network]
NOTE: Refer to Section 2 Basic Network Installation and Section 6 Advanced TCP/
IP Setup for details on network configuration settings at the device.
Set Factory Defaults
To reset the factory defaults:
1
¾ Press the [Machine Status]
button.
Machine Setup
Fax Setup
2
¾ Press
or
until System
Admin Tools displays and press
[Enter].
¾ If the System Admin Tools has
System Admin Tools
[Passcode Protect]
already been passcode
protected, type in the password
and press [Enter].
3
¾ Press
or
until Network
Setup displays and press [Enter].
System Admin Tools
[Network Setup]
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¾ Press
or
until Factory
Default displays and press
[Enter].
¾ Choose [Yes] to return to factory
Network Setup
[Factory Defaults]
default settings
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Maintenance using CentreWare Internet
Services
Accessing CentreWare Internet Services
1
¾ At a client workstation on the network, launch the Internet Browser.
2
¾ In the URL field, enter http:// followed by the IP Address of the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218. Then select the [Enter] key.
Example: If the IP Address is 192.168.100.100, enter the following in the URL field:
http://192.168.100.100
Checking Printer Status
Use these instructions to check the status of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218, the
paper trays and consumables.
To check the status, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select [General] to view the status of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Status] tab.
Click the [Reboot Machine] to apply any changes made within CentreWare Internet
Services to the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
Click the [Refresh] button to show the current status.
4
¾ Select [Trays] to view the status of the paper trays in the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218.
Click the [Refresh] button to show the current status.
5
¾ Select [Consumables] to view the status of the toner and drum in the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218.
Click the [Refresh] button to show the current status.
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Use these instructions to print the printer’s reports or to send a test print file to the WorkCentre
4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
To print reports, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Click the appropriate [Print] button to print:
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Print] tab.
System Data List
Network Configuration Sheet
PCL Font List
PS Font List
Fax Phone Book
4
¾ To print a test print file, enter the file name or [Browse] to the file location and select the
file.
Click the [Print] button in the Print-Ready File area.
Defining the Printer
Use these instructions to change the printer’s name and location.
To define the printer, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Enter the [Machine Name], but only if necessary.
4
¾ Enter the [Machine Location], if required.
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
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Printing Reports
Administration Tools
5
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the
previous values.
6
¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selection to take
effect.
Checking Configurations
Use these instructions to check the configuration settings of the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
2218.
To check the configuration, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the General Setup folder in the Properties frame.
4
¾ In the Properties frame, within the General Setup folder, select [Configuration].
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
The lower pane will show the firmware versions.
Click [Print System Data List] to print this report.
5
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Use these instructions to check the billing and other counters of the WorkCentre 4118 /
FaxCentre 2218.
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ Select the plus symbol [+] to the left of the General Setup folder in the Properties frame.
4
¾ In the Properties frame, within the General Setup folder, select [Billing Counters].
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Properties] tab.
The counters are displayed.
Click the [Refresh Counters] button to show the current status.
Making General Maintenance Settings
Use these instructions to set a number of maintenance items and to change the admin user’s
name and password.
To make general maintenance settings, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Maintenance] tab.
Enter your [Admin User Name] and [Password].
3
¾ In the Maintenance frame, select [Maintenance].
4
¾ In the Maintenance area:
Enter the [Service Number] to call for service or advice.
Choose the required USB Mode, UI Language, Power Save time and Clock Mode from the
drop-down lists.
Click the [Print] button to print an [Internal Cleaning Sheet].
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Administration Tools
Checking Billing Counters
Administration Tools
5
¾ To change the admin login credentials, in the Change Administrator User Name and
Password area:
Enter the [New User Name] and [Old User Name].
Enter the [New User Password] and [Old User Password].
6
¾ Click the [Apply] button to implement any changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the
previous values.
7
¾ Select the [Status] tab and then select [Reboot Machine] to enable the selection to take
effect.
Upgrading Firmware
Firmware upgrades may be supplied on a CD or as a download from the internet. Use these
instructions to install firmware upgrades in the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
To upgrade the firmware, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Maintenance] tab.
Enter your [Admin User Name] and [Password].
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3
¾ In the Maintenance frame, select [Firmware Upgrade].
4
¾ Insert the CD or download the upgrade from the internet.
5
¾ If not already selected, choose [Machine Firmware Download].
6
¾ Enter the file name and location or [Browse] to the location and select the file.
7
¾ Click the [Upgrade] button.
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Use these instructions to obtain internet assistance and to record local assistance information
for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
To obtain assistance and to edit the local settings, perform these steps:
1
¾ Open CentreWare Internet Services (see “Accessing CentreWare Internet Services” on
2
¾ At the CentreWare Internet Services Home Page for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre
3
¾ To obtain internet assistance for [Software Upgrades] and [Browser Software], click the
4
¾ To edit the settings for local assistance, click the [Edit Settings] button.
page 10-6).
2218, select the [Assistance] tab.
appropriate link in the Assistance frame.
Enter the details for the local [System Administrator] and the local [Xerox Support].
Click the [Apply] button to apply the changes.
NOTE: Click the [Undo] button to cancel any changes made and return to the
previous values.
If no changes were made, click the [Return] button to return to the Main Assistance page.
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11 Problem Solving
Introduction
This chapter explains the problem solving procedure and how to seek further assistance.
¾
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Problem Solving Procedure
If a problem occurs with the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 network printing or scanning,
this chapter is used to identify the steps to solve the problem.
Use the following procedure to identify and solve the problem:
1
¾ Resolve any local copier or fax problems first. Perform the corrective action that is
2
¾ Check that the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 has power and it is turned on.
3
¾ Check that the network cable is connected to the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
4
¾ Check that the network cable is connected to the workstation.
5
¾ Check that the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 print driver is selected at the
6
¾ Check that the software application being used to send print jobs is setup correctly.
7
¾ If available within the print driver, select the Print PostScript Error Information option or the
8
¾ Print the Connect Page and System Data List to check device settings.
9
¾ If a specific workstation is not printing then reload the device printer drivers on the
recommended by the User Guide. Do not attempt to resolve a network problem if the local
copier and fax functions are not operating correctly.
workstation.
equivalent. If there are any PostScript®3TM errors, the document may not print, but an
error sheet will print if this option is selected. This error information can be helpful in
resolving the problem.
workstation.
If all else fails, call the local Xerox Welcome Center where a representative will assist in the
diagnosis and solution of the problem.
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10BaseT
A cable used for networking. It is also called “twisted-pair” because it is comprised
of two insulated wires twisted together. 10BaseT cable can be shielded or
unshielded. Shielded cable provides more protection from noise than unshielded
cable.
ASCII
An acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. A coding
scheme that assigns numeric values to letters, numbers, punctuation, and certain
other characters.
DHCP
An acronym for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A protocol allowing the
principal parameters of network devices (including IP Addresses) to be configured
by central DHCP servers.
DHCP AUTOIP
Available with Win98 and Win2000. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol AutoIP
will automatically assign itself an IP address in the range 169.254.x.x during
configuration of the PC.
Driver
Software that is loaded on the client workstation that prepares data to be sent to
the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218. It is also called a “print driver” or a “print/
fax driver”. The WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 drivers are designed
specifically for the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218.
CSV
An acronym for Comma Separated Value. The CSV file is typically created by a
Third Party Email application, for example Microsoft Outlook.
Ethernet
Network transport technology commonly used to send data from one network
node to another.
Ethernet Address
The Ethernet Address is a unique address that identifies a device on a network.
The Ethernet Address is built into the device when it is manufactured. The
Ethernet Address consists of six bytes of information and is expressed as
hexadecimal numbers with the bytes separated by colons.
(Example: 00:00:08:D4:05:14)
Fax Driver
See Driver.
Client Server
A network environment in which the nodes communicate with a file server, and not
directly with other nodes.
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Gateway Address
The Gateway Address is the IP Address of the gateway, or router, that the
WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 will use to access devices on other subnets.
HTTP
An acronym for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol. This is the Internet standard that
supports the exchange of information on the World Wide Web (WWW). HTTP lays
the foundation for transparent access to the Internet.
IEEE
An acronym for Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. This is an
organization of engineering and electronics professionals notable for developing
the IEEE 802 standards for the physical and data-link layers of local area
networks, following the ISO Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.
IP
See TCP/IP
IP Address
See TCP/IP
ISO
An acronym for International Standards Organization. An international
organization that specifies network standards. The ISO developed the Open
Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.
LAN
An acronym for Local Area Network. This is a network that serves a relatively
small area, such as one building, and does not require telecommunications
services to reach all of the nodes.
See also WAN.
Local Area Network
See LAN.
LPD
An acronym for line printer daemon. This is a print management program that
runs on a host.
NetWare
A network operating system from Novell. Clients log onto one or more file servers,
which provide services such as mail, printing, and filing.
NetWare Core
Protocol
A protocol used by a NetWare client to request services from a NetWare server.
Node
A device on a network that has an address and can send and/or receive data to
and from other devices on the network.
PCL
An acronym for Printer Control Language, which is used by Hewlett-Packard. This
is a set of commands that tell a printer how to print a document.
PCL5e
A Hewlett-Packard Printer Control Language (PCL) that is the first version of PCL
to support bi-directional communication between printer and computer.
PCONSOLE
A NetWare utility that can be used to create, configure, monitor, and manage
queues in a NetWare server, and to attach print servers to the queues.
PDL
An acronym for Page-Description Language. This refers to a programming
language, such as PostScript®3TM, that is used to describe output to a printer or a
display device, which then uses the instructions from the PDL to construct text
and graphics and create the required page image.
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A network environment in which the nodes communicate directly with other nodes.
Windows for Workgroups, NetWare Lite, and Macintosh System 7 are examples
of peer-to-peer networking products.
Print driver
See Driver.
Protocol
The rules that control the transmitting and receiving of data.
Queue
A place where jobs are stored temporarily, while they are waiting to be processed.
A print queue will hold several print jobs. A printer that is attached to the print
queue will print the jobs one at a time.
RJ45
A connector used to connect a 10BaseT cable to a device.
Router
A device that directs network packets to the segment of the network for which the
packet is intended, and excludes packets that are not intended for a segment.
Routers reduce unnecessary network traffic and control access to segments of
the network.
SAP
An acronym for Server Advertising Protocol. Nodes on a NetWare network
broadcast “SAP packets” at intervals to advertise their presence to other nodes.
Server Advertising
Protocol
See SAP.
Subnet Mask
There are approximately 4.3 billion different addresses in the IP Address range of
000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255. These addresses can be divided into
smaller, and much more manageable subnetworks, or subnets. The Subnet Mask
identifies which part of the IP Address contains the Subnet Address and which
part contains the host (or device) address.
TCP/IP
An acronym for Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol. TCP/IP is a set
of communications protocols that is supported by a variety of computer platforms.
TCP controls the data transfer and IP controls the routing of the data. The IP
Address is a unique address that identifies a device in a network. The IP Address
has to be set in the WorkCentre 4118 / FaxCentre 2218 by the System
Administrator. The IP Address consists of four bytes of information and is
expressed as decimal numbers with the bytes separated by dots.
(Example: 13.1.188.2)
Twisted-pair
See 10BaseT.
WAN
An acronym for Wide Area Network. This is a network that serves a relatively
large area, such as buildings in different cities and requires telecommunications
services to reach all the nodes. See also LAN.
Wide Area Network
See WAN.
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Index
A
C
About this guide 1-3
Administration Tools 10-1
Internet Services 10-6
Network Tools 10-2
Advanced TCP/IP Setup 6-1
Enabling/Disabling HTTP 6-9
Enabling/Disabling LPR/LPD 6-3
Enabling/Disabling Raw Printing 6-6
Information Checklist 6-2
AppleTalk 5-1
Information Checklist 5-2
Installation Procedure 5-3
Network Communication Setup 5-3
Printer Driver Installation 5-6
Setting the Printer Driver 5-6
AppleTalk Configuration 7-7
Automatically setting TCP/IP Addresses 2-7
Calling for service 1-5
CentreWare Internet Services 7-1
Checking Configurations 10-8
Conventions 1-3
Counters Checking 10-9
Customer support 1-5
B
Basic Network Installation 2-1
Automatically setting TCP/IP Addresses 2-7
Basic TCP/IP Settings 2-5
Ethernet Port Setup 2-3
Information Checklist 2-2
Manually setting TCP/IP Addresses 2-9
Network Communication Setup 2-7
TCP/IP Enabling or Disabling 2-6
Workstation Setup 2-12
Basic TCP/IP Settings
Installation Procedure 2-5
Billing Checking 10-9
D
Driver Installation 4-1
Information Checklist 4-2
E
Ethernet Configuration 7-6
Ethernet Port Setup 2-3
F
Fax 9-1
Information Checklist 9-2
Setup using Internet Services 9-3
Testing 9-5
G
Glossary 12-1
H
HTTP Configuration 7-19
HTTP Enabling/Disabling 6-9
I
Information Sources 1-4
Internet Services 7-1
AppleTalk Configuration 7-7
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Billing Checking 10-9
Checking Configurations 10-8
Configuring the Network 7-5
Counters Checking 10-9
Enabling 7-4
Enabling Internet Services 9-3
Ethernet Configuration 7-6
Fax General Setup 9-3
Fax Phone Book Setup 9-4
General Settings 10-9
HTTP 7-19
HTTP Configuration 7-19
Information Checklist 7-2
IPP 7-18
IPP Configuration 7-18
LPR/LPD Configuration 7-14
Network Installation 7-1
Obtaining Assistance 10-11
Printer Definition 10-7
Printer Status 10-6
Printing Reports 10-7
Raw TCP/IP Printing Configuration 7-16
SNMP Configuration 7-11
SSDP Configuration 7-13
TCP/IP Configuration 7-9
Upgrading Firmware 10-10
Using CentreWare Internet Services 7-3
Introduction 1-2
IPP Configuration 7-18
L
Local Connection 8-1
Information Checklist 8-2
Installation Procedure 8-3
Linux Print Driver Installation 8-17
Macintosh Driver Installation 8-4
Test Print 8-16
Test Scan 8-16
Windows Driver Installation 8-7
Workstation Setup 8-13
LPR/LPD Configuration 7-14
LPR/LPD Enabling/Disabling 6-3
Index-2
M
Manually setting TCP/IP Addresses 2-9
N
NetWare 3-1
Information Checklist 3-2
IP NDPS Printing 3-4
NetWare Environments 3-3
Network Tools
Reset NIC 10-2, 10-3
Set Factory Defaults 10-4
Networked Printer
Driver Installation 4-1
Workstation Setup 4-3
O
Obtaining Assistance 10-11
P
Print Driver Installation 4-1
Information Checklist 4-2
Printer Definition 10-7
Printer Status 10-6
Printing Reports 10-7
Problem Solving 11-1
Procedure 11-2
R
Raw Printing Enabling/Disabling 6-6
Raw TCP/IP Printing Configuration 7-16
Related Information Sources 1-4
Reset NIC 10-2, 10-3
S
Serial number 1-5
Set Factory Defaults 10-4
SNMP Configuration 7-11
SSDP Configuration 7-13
T
TCP/IP Configuration 7-9
Xerox WorkCentre 4118 and FaxCentre 2218 System Administration Guide
U
Apple Mac OSX (with IPP) 4-13
Windows 2000 (IPP) 4-10
Windows 2000 (TCP/IP) 4-5
Windows 98/me 4-8
Windows NT V4.0 (TCP/IP) 4-7
Windows XP (IPP) 4-9
Windows XP (TCP/IP) 4-4
Upgrading Firmware Using Internet Services 10-10
W
Welcome 1-2
Welcome Center 1-5
Canada 1-5
US 1-5
Workstation Setup 4-3
Apple Mac OSX (with AppleTalk) 4-12
Apple Mac OSX (with Bonjour) 4-11
X
Xerox Welcome Center 1-5
Xerox WorkCentre 4118 and FaxCentre 2218 System Administration Guide
Index-3
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