Ricoh Network Users Guide

Ricoh Network Users Guide

Network User’s Guide

Read this manual carefully before you use this machine and keep it handy for future reference. For safe and correct use, be sure to read the Important Information in “User’s Guide” before using the machine.

Definitions of warnings, cautions, and notes

We use the following icon throughout this User’s Guide:

Notes tell you how you should respond to a situation that may arise or give tips about how the operation works with other features.

Trademarks

UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group.

HP and Hewlett-Packard are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Company.

Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

BRAdmin Professional is a trademark of Brother Industries, Ltd.

All other terms, brand and product names mentioned in this User’s Guide are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.

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Table of contents

1

Introduction

Overview............................................................................................................................................ 1-1

Network function features .................................................................................................................. 1-2

Network printing........................................................................................................................... 1-2

Network scanning ........................................................................................................................ 1-2

Network PC-FAX ......................................................................................................................... 1-2

Management utility ...................................................................................................................... 1-2

BRAdmin Professional............................................................................................................. 1-2

Types of Network Connections.......................................................................................................... 1-3

Network Connection Example ..................................................................................................... 1-3

Peer-to-Peer printing using TCP/IP ......................................................................................... 1-3

Network Shared Printing.......................................................................................................... 1-4

Protocols............................................................................................................................................ 1-5

TCP/IP Protocols ......................................................................................................................... 1-5

DHCP/BOOTP/RARP.............................................................................................................. 1-5

APIPA ...................................................................................................................................... 1-5

DNS client................................................................................................................................ 1-5

LPR/LPD ................................................................................................................................. 1-5

Port 9100................................................................................................................................. 1-5

SMTP client ............................................................................................................................. 1-6

IPP........................................................................................................................................... 1-6

TELNET................................................................................................................................... 1-6

SNMP ...................................................................................................................................... 1-6

Web server (HTTP) ................................................................................................................. 1-6

2

Configuring your network printer

Overview............................................................................................................................................ 2-1

IP addresses, subnet masks and gateways ...................................................................................... 2-1

IP address ................................................................................................................................... 2-1

Subnet mask................................................................................................................................ 2-2

Setting the IP address and subnet mask ........................................................................................... 2-3

Using the BRAdmin Professional utility and the TCP/IP protocol to configure your network printer..................................................................................................................... 2-3

BRAdmin Professional utility ................................................................................................... 2-3

How to configure your machine using the BRAdmin Professional utility ................................. 2-3

Using a web browser to change the print/scan settings .............................................................. 2-4

3

Front Panel Setup

LAN Main Setup Menu....................................................................................................................... 3-1

Setup TCP/IP............................................................................................................................... 3-1

BOOT Method ......................................................................................................................... 3-1

IP Address ............................................................................................................................... 3-3

Subnet Mask ........................................................................................................................... 3-4

Gateway .................................................................................................................................. 3-4

Node Name ............................................................................................................................. 3-4

WINS Config............................................................................................................................ 3-5

WINS Server............................................................................................................................ 3-5

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4

DNS Server ............................................................................................................................. 3-6

APIPA ...................................................................................................................................... 3-6

Setup Internet .............................................................................................................................. 3-7

Making corrections: ................................................................................................................. 3-7

Repeating letters: .................................................................................................................... 3-8

SMTP Server ........................................................................................................................... 3-8

POP3 Server ........................................................................................................................... 3-8

POP3 Server address.............................................................................................................. 3-8

Mailbox Name.......................................................................................................................... 3-9

Mailbox Pwd ............................................................................................................................ 3-9

Setup Mail RX............................................................................................................................ 3-10

Auto Polling ........................................................................................................................... 3-10

Poll Frequency....................................................................................................................... 3-10

Header................................................................................................................................... 3-10

Del Error Mail......................................................................................................................... 3-11

Notification............................................................................................................................. 3-11

Setup Mail TX ............................................................................................................................ 3-11

Sender Subject ...................................................................................................................... 3-11

Size Limit ............................................................................................................................... 3-12

Notification............................................................................................................................. 3-12

Setup Relay ............................................................................................................................... 3-13

Rly Broadcast ........................................................................................................................ 3-13

Relay Domain........................................................................................................................ 3-13

Relay Report.......................................................................................................................... 3-14

Setup Misc................................................................................................................................. 3-14

Ethernet ................................................................................................................................. 3-14

Time Zone ............................................................................................................................. 3-15

Windows

®

Time Zone Setting................................................................................................ 3-15

Scan to E-mail (E-mail server)................................................................................................... 3-15

Black and White File Type for Scan to E-mail (E-mail server)............................................... 3-15

Colour File Type for Scan to E-mail (E-mail server) .............................................................. 3-16

Restoring the network settings to factory default....................................................................... 3-16

Printing the Network Configuration List ..................................................................................... 3-16

Network printing from Windows

®

basic TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing

Overview............................................................................................................................................ 4-1

For Windows

®

2000/XP users ........................................................................................................... 4-1

Configuring the standard TCP/IP port ......................................................................................... 4-1

Printer driver not yet installed .................................................................................................. 4-1

Printer driver already installed ................................................................................................. 4-3

For Windows NT

®

4.0 users .............................................................................................................. 4-3

Installing the TCP/IP protocol ...................................................................................................... 4-3

Installing the Peer-to-Peer software ............................................................................................ 4-4

Associating to the printer ............................................................................................................. 4-5

Adding a second LPR port........................................................................................................... 4-5

For Windows

®

98/Me users ............................................................................................................... 4-6

Installing the Peer-to-Peer software ............................................................................................ 4-6

Associating to the printer ............................................................................................................. 4-7

Adding a second LPR port........................................................................................................... 4-8

Other sources of information ............................................................................................................. 4-8

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5

6

7

Internet printing

Internet Printing Installation ............................................................................................................... 5-1

Overview...................................................................................................................................... 5-1

Quick Tips................................................................................................................................ 5-1

Internet Print General Information ............................................................................................... 5-1

Internet Print: Configuring the Print Server.................................................................................. 5-2

Print Server Configuration Checklist........................................................................................ 5-2

Internet Print: Using BRAdmin Professional utility to Configure the Print Server ........................ 5-3

Internet Print: Using a Web Browser to Configure the Print Server............................................. 5-4

Internet Print: Installing the BIP software on Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0 ................................................................................................................. 5-4

Setup from CD-ROM ............................................................................................................... 5-4

Adding a Second Internet Port .................................................................................................... 5-6

Windows

®

2000/XP IPP printing.................................................................................................. 5-7

Specifying a different URL........................................................................................................... 5-9

Other sources of information ............................................................................................................. 5-9

Web Based Management

How to use a Web Browser to manage your Device ......................................................................... 6-1

Overview...................................................................................................................................... 6-1

How to connect to your machine using a Browser ...................................................................... 6-1

Password Information.................................................................................................................. 6-1

Internet FAX

Overview............................................................................................................................................ 7-1

Getting Connected .................................................................................................................. 7-1

Front Panel Key Functions ...................................................................................................... 7-2

Sending an Internet Fax .............................................................................................................. 7-2

Manually Entering Text................................................................................................................ 7-3

Making corrections: ................................................................................................................. 7-3

Repeating letters: .................................................................................................................... 7-3

Special characters and symbols.............................................................................................. 7-4

Receiving E-mail or Internet Fax ................................................................................................. 7-4

Receiving an Internet Fax to a PC............................................................................................... 7-5

Forwarding Received E-mail and Fax Messages ........................................................................ 7-5

Relay Broadcasting ..................................................................................................................... 7-5

Relay Broadcast from a machine ............................................................................................ 7-6

Sending to multiple phone numbers: ....................................................................................... 7-6

Outlook 97/98/2000/2002/2003: .............................................................................................. 7-7

TX Verification Mail...................................................................................................................... 7-7

Setup Mail (TX)............................................................................................................................ 7-8

Setup Mail (RX) ........................................................................................................................... 7-8

Error mail ..................................................................................................................................... 7-8

Important information on Internet Fax ......................................................................................... 7-8

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Troubleshooting

Overview............................................................................................................................................ 8-1

General problems .............................................................................................................................. 8-1

CD-ROM is inserted, but does not start automatically............................................................. 8-1

How to reset the print server to factory default........................................................................ 8-1

Network print software installation problems ..................................................................................... 8-1

The print server is not found during setup of the network print software installation or from the printer driver of the machine in Windows

®

. ............................................................... 8-1

Printing problems............................................................................................................................... 8-3

Print job is not printed.............................................................................................................. 8-3

Protocol-specific troubleshooting....................................................................................................... 8-3

Windows

®

98/98SE/Me and Windows NT

®

4.0 Peer-to-Peer print (LPR) troubleshooting.......... 8-3

Windows

®

2000/XP IPP troubleshooting..................................................................................... 8-4

Want to use a different Port number other than 631. .............................................................. 8-4

Get More Info option in Windows

®

2000 not working .............................................................. 8-4

Web browser troubleshooting (TCP/IP)....................................................................................... 8-4

Appendix A

Using services ................................................................................................................................... A-1

Other ways to set the IP address (for advanced users and Administrators)...................................... A-1

Using DHCP to configure the IP address .................................................................................... A-1

Using BOOTP to configure the IP address.................................................................................. A-2

Using RARP to configure the IP address .................................................................................... A-2

Using APIPA to configure the IP address.................................................................................... A-3

Using ARP to configure the IP address ....................................................................................... A-3

Windows

®

systems .................................................................................................................. A-3

UNIX

®

/Linux systems .............................................................................................................. A-4

Using the TELNET console to configure the IP address ............................................................. A-4

Installation when using a Network Print Queue or Share (printer driver only) ................................... A-6

Print Server specifications ................................................................................................................. A-7

Function Table and Default Factory Settings..................................................................................... A-8

Index

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1

Introduction

Overview

The machine can be shared on a 10/100 MB wired Ethernet network using the internal network print server.

The print server supports various functions and methods of connection depending on the operating system you are running on a network supporting TCP/IP. These functions include printing, scanning, PC-FAX send, and Status Monitor. The following chart shows what network features and connections are supported by each operating system.

1

Operating

Systems

Windows

®

98/98SE/Me/

2000/XP

Windows NT

®

4.0

10/100

BASE-TX

Wired

Ethernet

(TCP/IP)

Printing

Scanning PC-Fax Send Status

Monitor

√ √

To use the machine through a network, you need to configure the print server, and set up the computers you use.

In this chapter, you will learn the basic concept of the network function, connection and protocols. In Chapter

2, you will read information on network configuration. In Chapter 3, you will learn how to configure the print server using the control panel. Chapter 4 through Chapter 5 describe how to configure your print server with your operating system:

Chapter 2: Configuring your network printer

Chapter 3: Front Panel Setup

Chapter 4: Network printing from Windows

® basic TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing

Chapter 5: Internet printing

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Introduction

Network function features

SP C210SF has the following basic network function.

Network printing

The print server provides printing services for Windows

®

98/98SE/Me/NT

®

/2000/XP supporting the TCP/IP protocols.

Network scanning

1

You can scan documents over the network to your computer (See Chapter 4 of the Software User’s Guide on the CD-ROM).

Network PC-FAX

You can directly send a PC file as a PC-FAX on your network (See Chapter 6 of the Software User’s Guide on the CD-ROM for complete description).

Management utility

BRAdmin Professional

The BRAdmin Professional utility provides powerful, easy to use configuration and management of fax and network settings.

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Introduction

Types of Network Connections

Generally speaking, there are two types of network: A Peer-to-Peer network and a shared Network.

Network Connection Example

Peer-to-Peer printing using TCP/IP

In a Peer-to-Peer environment, each computer directly sends and receives data to each device. There is no central server controlling File access or Printer sharing.

1

Windows

®

Windows

®

Windows

®

Network printer (your machine)

TCP/IP

Switch or

Router

TCP/IP

In a smaller network of 2 or 3 computers, we recommend the Peer-to-Peer printing method as it is easier

to configure than the Network Shared Printing method described on the following page. See

Network

Shared Printing

on page 1-4.

Each computer must use the TCP/IP Protocol.

The machine needs an appropriate IP address configuration.

If you are using a router, the Gateway address must be configured on the computers and the machine.

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Introduction

Network Shared Printing

In a Network Shared environment, each computer sends data via a centrally controlled computer. This type of computer is often called a “Server” or a “Print Server”. Its job is to control the printing of all print jobs.

1

Windows

®

Windows

®

Windows

®

TCP/IP

Windows

®

Also known as

“Server” or “Print

Server”

Network printer (your machine)

Network Shared

In a larger network, we recommend a Network Shared printing environment.

The “Server” or the “Print Server” must use the TCP/IP Print Protocol.

The machine needs an appropriate IP address configuration unless the machine is shared via the parallel port or USB port of the server.

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Introduction

Protocols

TCP/IP Protocols

Protocols are the standardized sets of rules for transmitting data on a network. Protocols allow users to gain access to network-connected resources.

The print server used on this product supports the TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) protocols.

TCP/IP is the most popular set of protocols and can be used in almost all operating systems such as

Windows

®

and Linux.

The following TCP/IP protocols are available on this product.

DHCP/BOOTP/RARP

By using the DHCP/BOOTP/RARP protocols, the IP address can be automatically configured.

Note

To use the DHCP/BOOTP/RARP protocols, please contact your Network Administrator.

APIPA

If you do not assign an IP address manually (using the Multi-Function Suite Installation or BRAdmin software) or automatically (using a DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server), the Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) protocol will automatically assign an IP address from the range 169.254.1.0 to 169.254.254.255.

DNS client

The print server supports the Domain Name Service (DNS) client function. This function allows the print server to communicate with other devices by using its DNS name.

LPR/LPD

Commonly used printing protocol on a TCP/IP network.

Port 9100

Another commonly used printing protocol on a TCP/IP network.

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Introduction

SMTP client

The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) allows the machine to send and receive e-mails.

IPP

The Internet Printing Protocol (IPP Version 1.0) allows you to print documents via the internet.

TELNET

The print server supports TELNET server for command line configuration.

SNMP

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is used to manage network devices including computers, routers and network ready machines.

Web server (HTTP)

The print server is equipped with a built in web server that allows you to monitor its status or change of its configuration settings.

Note

We recommend Internet Explorer 6.0 (or higher) or Netscape Navigator 7.1 (or higher). If a different web browser is used, make sure it is compatible with HTTP 1.0 and HTTP 1.1.

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Configuring your network printer

Overview

Before you can use your machine on your network, you need to install the software and also configure the appropriate TCP/IP network settings on the machine itself. To do this, we recommend that you use the automatic installer on the CD-ROM as this will guide you through the software and network installation.

If you do not wish to use the automatic installer, or you do not understand some of the terms used by the automatic installer, refer to the remainder of this chapter for more information.

Note

If you do not wish to, or are unable to use the automatic installer or any of software tools, you can also use

the machine’s control panel to change network settings. For more information, see

Front Panel Setup

on page

3-1.

2

IP addresses, subnet masks and gateways

To use the machine in a networked TCP/IP environment, you need to configure its IP address and subnet mask. The IP address you assign to the print server must be on the same logical network as your host computers. If it is not, you must properly configure the subnet mask and the gateway address.

IP address

An IP address is a series of numbers that identifies each device connected to a network. An IP address consists of four numbers separated by dots. Each number is between 0 and 255.

Example: In a small network, you would normally change the final number.

192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.2, 192.168.1.3

If you have a DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server in your network (typically a UNIX

®

/Linux or Windows

®

2000/XP network) the print server will automatically obtain its IP address from the DHCP server.

Note

On smaller networks, the DHCP server may be the Router.

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Configuring your network printer

Subnet mask

Subnet masks restrict network communication.

Example: PC1 can talk to PC2

PC1 IP Address:192.168.1.2

Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

PC2 IP Address:192.168.1.3

Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

In the above example, we can communicate with anything that has an IP address that begins with

192.168.1.X

For more information on DHCP, BOOTP and RARP, see

Using DHCP to configure the IP address

on page

A-1,

Using BOOTP to configure the IP address

on page A-2 and

Using RARP to configure the IP address

on page A-2.

If you do not have a DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server, the Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) protocol will automatically assign an IP address from the range 169.254.1.0 to 169.254.254.255. For more information on

APIPA, see

Using APIPA to configure the IP address

on page A-3.

If the APIPA protocol is disabled, the default IP address of a print server is 192.0.0.192. However, you can easily change this IP address number to match with the IP address details of your network. For information

on how to change the IP address, see

Setting the IP address and subnet mask

on page 2-3.

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Configuring your network printer

Setting the IP address and subnet mask

Using the BRAdmin Professional utility and the TCP/IP protocol to configure your network printer

BRAdmin Professional utility

The BRAdmin Professional utility is designed to allow you to manage your network connected machines in a

TCP/IP environment.

How to configure your machine using the BRAdmin Professional utility

Note

Please use the BRAdmin Professional utility that was supplied on the CD-ROM of your product. This utility is only available for Windows

®

users.

If you are using Personal Firewall software (e.g. the Internet Connection Firewall available in

Windows

®

XP), disable it. Once you are sure that you can print, re-start your Personal Firewall software.

The default password for print servers is “

access

”.

1

Start the BRAdmin Professional utility (from Windows

®

98/98SE/Me, Windows NT

®

4.0 and Windows

®

2000/XP), by clicking

Start

/

Programs

/

Administrator Utilities

/

BRAdmin Professional Utilities

/

BRAdmin Professional

.

2

Select

TCP/IP

in the left frame of the main BRAdmin window.

3

Select

Search Active Devices

from the

Devices

menu. BRAdmin Professional will search for new devices automatically.

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2 - 3

Configuring your network printer

Note

If the print server is set to its factory default settings without using a DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server, the device will appear as an APIPA device in the BRAdmin Professional utility screen.

You can find the node name and Ethernet address by printing the Network Configuration List. See

Printing the Network Configuration List

on page 3-16 for information on how to print the Network

Configuration List on your print server.

4

Double-click the unconfigured device.

5

Enter the

IP address

,

Subnet Mask

and

Gateway

(if needed) of your print server.

6

Click

OK

.

7

With the correctly programmed IP address, you will see the print server in the device list.

Using a web browser to change the print/scan settings

A standard web browser (we recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer

®

version 6.0 or later, or Netscape

Navigator

®

version 7.1 or later) can be used to change your print server settings using the HTTP (Hyper Text

Transfer Protocol). To use a web browser, you must have assigned an IP address to the print server.

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Type http://printer_ip_address/

into your browser. (Where printer_ip_address

is the IP address or the print server name)

For example: http://192.168.1.2/ (if the printer’s IP address is 192.168.1.2.)

Note

If you have edited the hosts file on your computer or are using Domain Name System, you can also enter the

DNS name of the print server. As the print server supports TCP/IP and NetBIOS names, you can also enter the NetBIOS name of the print server. The NetBIOS name can be seen in the Network Configuration List.

See

Printing the Network Configuration List

on page 3-16 for information on how to print the Network

Configuration List on your print server. The NetBIOS name assigned is the first 15 characters of the node name and by default it will appear as

BRN_xxxxxx

where xxxxxx

is the last six digits of the Ethernet address.

2

Click

Network Configuration

.

3

Enter a user name and a password. The User Name is “

admin

” and the default Password is “

access

”.

4

Click

OK

.

5

Click

Configure TCP/IP

.

6

You can now change the printer server settings.

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3

Front Panel Setup

LAN Main Setup Menu

The control panel LAN menu section can be used to configure network settings.

Press

Menu/Set

, then press number,

6

for LAN and then proceed to the menu selection you wish to configure.

Please note that the machine is supplied with the BRAdmin Professional Windows

®

software, which also can be used to configure network settings.

Setup TCP/IP

3

This menu has nine sections:

Boot Method

,

IP Address

,

Config

,

WINS Server

,

DNS Server

and

APIPA

.

Subnet Mask

,

Gateway

, Node Name,

WINS

BOOT Method

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

1

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

Auto

,

Static

,

RARP

,

BOOTP

or

DHCP

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Static mode

In this mode the machine’s IP address must be manually assigned. Once entered the IP address is locked to the assigned address.

Auto mode

In this mode, the machine will scan the network for a DHCP server, if it can find one, and if the DHCP server is configured to allocate an IP address to the machine, then the IP address supplied by the DHCP server will be used. If no DHCP server is available, the machine will scan for a BOOTP server. If a BOOTP server is available, and it is configured correctly, the machine will take its IP address from the BOOTP server. If a

BOOTP server is not available, the machine will scan for a RARP server. If a RARP server also does not

answer, the machine will use an APIPA address, see

Using APIPA to configure the IP address

on page A-3.

This whole process can take 2 to 3 minutes so we recommend a Network Configuration List to confirm the network settings are set correctly.

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Front Panel Setup

RARP mode

The print server IP address can be configured using the Reverse ARP (RARP) facility on your host computer.

This is done by editing the /etc/ethers file (if this file does not exist, you can create it) with an entry similar to the following:

00:80:77:31:01:07 BRN_310107

Where the first entry is the Ethernet address of the print server and the second entry is the name of the print server (the name must be the same as the one you put in the /etc/hosts file).

If the RARP daemon is not already running, start it (depending on the system the command can be rarpd, rarpd -a, in.rarpd -a or something else; type man rarpd or refer to your system documentation for additional information). To verify that the RARP daemon is running on a Berkeley UNIX-based system, type the following command: ps -ax | grep -v grep | grep rarpd

For AT&T UNIX-based systems, type: ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep rarpd

The print server will get the IP address from the RARP daemon when it is powered on.

BOOTP mode

BOOTP is an alternative to RARP. However, unlike RARP, it is able to configure the subnet mask and gateway. In order to use BOOTP to configure the IP address make sure that BOOTP is installed and running on your host computer (it should appear in the /etc/services file on your host as a real service; type man bootpd or refer to your system documentation for information). BOOTP is usually started up via the

/etc/inetd.conf file, so you may need to enable it by removing the “#” in front of the bootp entry in that file. For example, a typical bootp entry in the /etc/inetd.conf file would be:

#bootp dgram udp wait /usr/etc/bootpd bootpd -i

Note

Depending on the system, this entry might be called “bootps” instead of “bootp”.

3

In order to enable BOOTP, simply use an editor to delete the “#” (if there is no “#”, then BOOTP is already enabled). Then edit the BOOTP configuration file (usually /etc/bootptab) and enter the name, network type

(1 for Ethernet), Ethernet address and the IP address, subnet mask and gateway of the print server.

Unfortunately, the exact format for doing this is not standardized, so you will need to refer to your system documentation to determine how to enter this information (many UNIX

®

systems also have template examples in the bootptab file that you can use for reference). Some examples of typical /etc/bootptab entries include: and:

BRN_310107 1 00:80:77:31:01:07 192.189.207.3

BRN_310107:ht=ethernet:ha=008077310107:\ ip=192.189.207.3:

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Front Panel Setup

Certain BOOTP host software implementations will not respond to BOOTP requests if you have not included a download filename in the configuration file; if this is the case, simply create a null file on the host and specify the name of this file and its path in the configuration file.

As with RARP, the print server will load its IP address from the BOOTP server when the printer is powered on.

3

DHCP mode

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is one of several automated mechanisms for IP address allocation. If you have DHCP server in your network (typically a UNIX

®

, Windows

®

2000/XP network) the print server automatically obtains its IP address from DHCP server and register its name with any RFC 1001 and

1002-compliant dynamic name services.

Note

If you do not want your print server to be configured using DHCP, BOOTP or RARP, you must set the BOOT

METHOD to static, this will prevent the print server from trying to obtain an IP address from any of these systems. To change the BOOT METHOD, use the control panel, Web browser or by using the BRAdmin application.

IP Address

This field displays the current IP address of the machine. If the BOOT Method is set to Static, enter the IP address that you wish to assign to the machine (check with your network manager for the IP address to use).

If you have selected a method other than Static, the machine will attempt to determine its IP address using the DHCP, RARP or BOOTP protocols. The default IP address of your machine will probably be incompatible with the IP address numbering scheme of your network. We recommend that you contact your network manager for the correct IP address settings.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

2

.

2

Select

1

to change. Enter the IP address.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

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Front Panel Setup

Subnet Mask

This field displays the current subnet mask used by the machine. If you are not using DHCP or BOOTP to obtain the subnet mask, enter the desired subnet mask. Check with your network manager for the subnet mask to use.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

3

.

2

Select

1

to change. Enter the Subnet Mask address.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3

Gateway

This field displays the current gateway or router address used by the machine. If you are not using DHCP or

BOOTP to obtain the gateway or router address, enter the address you wish to assign. If you do not have a gateway or router, leave this field blank. Check with your network manager if you are unsure.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

4

.

2

Enter the Gateway address.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Node Name

You can register the machine name on the Network. This name is often referred to as a NetBIOS name; and is the name that is registered by the WINS server on your network. We recommend the name BRN_XXXXXX

(where XXXXXX is the last six digits of the Ethernet address) (up to 15 characters).

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

5

.

2

Select

1

to change. Enter the Node Name.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3 - 4

Front Panel Setup

WINS Config

This selection controls how the machine obtains the IP address of the WINS server.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

6

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

Auto

or

Static

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Auto

Automatically uses a DHCP request to determine the IP addresses for the primary and secondary WINS servers. You must set the BOOT Method to Auto for this feature to work.

Static

Uses a specified IP address for the primary and secondary WINS servers.

3

WINS Server

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

7

.

2

Press

or

to select

Primary

or secondary

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Enter the WINS Server address.

5

Press

Menu/Set

.

6

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Primary WINS Server IP Address

This field specifies the IP address of the primary WINS (Windows

®

Internet Naming Service) server.

Secondary WINS Server IP Address

This field specifies the IP address of the secondary WINS server. It is used as a backup to the Primary WINS server address. If the Primary server is unavailable, the machine still can register itself with a secondary server. If you have a primary WINS server, but no secondary WINS server, simply leave this field blank.

3 - 5

Front Panel Setup

DNS Server

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

8

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

Primary

or

Secondary

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Enter the DNS Server address.

5

Press

Menu/Set

.

6

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Primary DNS Server IP Address

This field specifies the IP address of the primary DNS (Domain Name Service) server.

Secondary DNS Server IP Address

This field specifies the IP address of the secondary DNS server. It is used as a backup to the Primary DNS server address. If the Primary server is unavailable, the machine will contact the Secondary DNS server.

3

APIPA

When enabled, the print server will automatically allocate a IP address in the range (169.254.1.0 -

169.254.254.255) when the print server cannot obtain an IP address through the BOOT Method you have set

(

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

1

). Selecting Off means the IP address doesn’t change, when the print server cannot obtain an IP address through the BOOT Method you have set.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

1

,

9

.

2

Press

or

to select

On

or

Off

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3 - 6

Front Panel Setup

Setup Internet

This menu has five selections:

Mail Address

,

SMTP Server

,

POP3 Server

,

Mailbox Name

and

Mailbox

Pwd

. As this section requires you to enter a lot of text characters, you may find that it is more convenient to use your favorite web browser to configure these settings.

Mail Address

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

2

,

1

.

2

Select

1

to change. Enter the mail address. Press

Menu/Set

.

3

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Entering text

You can access the character you want by repeatedly pressing the appropriate number key.

5

6

3

4

Key

1

2

7

8

9

Once

@

A

D

G

J

M

P

T

W

Twice

.

B

K

N

E

H

Q

U

X

Three times

/

C

L

O

F

I

R

V

Y

To switch between upper and lower case, press

Shift

and

3

.

Four times

1

2

5

6

3

4

S

8

Z

Making corrections:

If you entered a letter incorrectly and want to change it, use you want to change, and then type over it.

or to position the cursor under the character

If you want to erase the whole number or whole name, press

Stop/Exit

when the cursor is under the first digit or letter. The characters above and to the right of the cursor will be deleted.

3

3 - 7

Front Panel Setup

Repeating letters:

If you need to repeat a character, press move the cursor to the right.

As you enter the E-mail address, it will appear character by character on the LCD panel.

If you specify more than 16 characters, the LCD panel will scroll the name to the left, character by character.

You can enter up to 60 characters.

Please note that also you can connect to the machine using a web browser and specify the E-mail address information through Web Based Management.

SMTP Server

This field displays the Node Name or IP address of an SMTP mail server (outgoing E-mail Server) on your network. (Ex, mailhost.spmail.net -or- 192.000.000.001)

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

2

,

2

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

Name

or

IP Address

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Enter the SMTP SERVER Address.

5

Press

Menu/Set

.

6

Press

Stop/Exit

.

POP3 Server

1

Press

Menu/Set

6

,

2

,

3

.

2

Press

or

to select

Name

or

IP Address

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Enter the POP3 Server Address.

5

Press

Menu/Set

.

6

Press

Stop/Exit

.

POP3 Server address

This field displays the Node Name or IP address of the POP3 server (incoming E-mail server) used by the machine. This address is necessary for the Internet Fax features to function correctly.

(Ex, mailhost.spmail.net -or- 192.000.000.001)

3

3 - 8

Front Panel Setup

Mailbox Name

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

2

,

4

.

2

Enter the user account name assigned to the machine that will login to the POP3 Server.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Mailbox Pwd

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

2

,

5

.

2

Enter the user password assigned to the machine that will login to the POP3 Server. Please note that this password is case sensitive.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Menu/Set

again to verify the password.

5

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3

3 - 9

Front Panel Setup

Setup Mail RX

This menu has five selections

Auto Polling

,

Poll Frequency

,

Header

,

Del Error Mail

and

Notification

.

Auto Polling

When set to

On

the machine automatically checks the POP3 server for new messages. “

No Mail

” will be displayed if there are no E-mail messages when the POP3 server is polled.

1 Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

3

,

1

.

2 Press ▲ or ▼ to select

On

or

Off

.

3 Press

Menu/Set

.

4 Press

Stop/Exit

.

Poll Frequency

Sets the interval for checking for new messages on the POP3 server (default is

10Min

).

1 Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

3

,

2

.

2 Enter the polling frequency.

3 Press

Menu/Set

.

4 Press

Stop/Exit

.

Header

This selection allows the contents of the mail header to be printed when the received message is printed

(

Subject+From+To

or

All

or

None

).

1 Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

3

,

3

.

2 Press ▲ or ▼ to select

All

or

Subject+From+To

or

None

.

3 Press

Menu/Set

.

4 Press

Stop/Exit

.

3

3 - 10

Front Panel Setup

Del Error Mail

When set to

On

, the machine automatically deletes error mails that the machine can not receive from the POP server.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

3

,

4

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

On

or

Off

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Notification

The notification feature allows a confirmation of receipt message to be transmitted to the sending station

When the I-Fax has been received.

This feature only works on I-Fax machines that support the “MDN” specification.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

3

,

5

.

2

Press

or

to select

On

or

MDN

or

Off

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Setup Mail TX

3

This menu has three selections

Sender Subject

,

Size Limit

and

Notification

.

Sender Subject

This field displays the subject that is attached to the Internet Fax data being sent from the machine to a PC

(default is “

Internet Fax Job

”).

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

4

,

1

.

2

Select

1

to change the Sender Subject—

OR

2

to exit.

3

Enter the subject information.

4

Press

Menu/Set

.

5

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3 - 11

Front Panel Setup

Size Limit

Some E-mail servers do not allow you to send large E-mail documents. The machine may display

Out of

Memory

when trying to send E-mail documents (the System Administrator will often place a limit on the maximum E-mail size). With this function enabled, the machine will display

Out of Memory

when trying to send E-mail documents over 1Mbyte in size. The document will not be sent and an error report will be printed.

The document you are sending should be separated into smaller documents that will be accepted by the mail server. (For your information, a 42 page document based on the ITU-T Test Chart#1 test chart is approximately 1Mbyte in size).

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

4

,

2

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

On

or

Off

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Notification

The notification feature allows a confirmation of receipt message to be transmitted to the sending station

When the I-Fax has been received.

This feature only works on I-Fax machines that support the “MDN” specification.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

4

,

3

.

2

Press

or

to select

On

or

Off

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3

3 - 12

Front Panel Setup

Setup Relay

This menu has three selections

Rly Broadcast

,

Relay Domain

and

Relay Report

. For more information on

Relay Broadcast, see

Relay Broadcasting

on page 7-5 of this User’s Guide.

Rly Broadcast

This function allows the machine to receive a document over the Internet, and then relay it to other fax machines through conventional analog landlines

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

5

,

1

.

2

Press

or

to select

On

or

Off

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Relay Domain

You can register the Domain Names (Max.10) that are allowed to request a Relay Broadcast.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

5

,

2

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select the

Relay

Domain (01 - 10).

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Enter the Relay Domain name for the Domain that is being allowed to request a Relay Broadcast.

5

Press

Menu/Set

.

6

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3

3 - 13

Front Panel Setup

Relay Report

A Relay Broadcast Report can be printed at the machine that will act as a Relay Station for all Relay

Broadcasts. When the machine is used with the Network PC Fax software the machine is also acting as a

Relay Station for fax transmissions from the network. This means that a Relay Report can also be printed for confirmation of sent network faxes. (For US / Canada only)

Its primary function is to print reports of any relayed broadcasts that have been sent through the machine.

Please note: in order to use this function, you must assign the relay domain in the "Trusted Domains" section of the Relay function settings.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

5

,

3

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

On

or

Off

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Setup Misc.

3

Ethernet

Ethernet link mode. Auto allows the print server to operate in 100BASE-TX full or half duplex, or in 10BASE-T full or half duplex mode.

100BASE-TX Full Duplex (100B-FD) or Half Duplex (100B-HD) and 10BASE-T Full Duplex (10B-FD) or Half

Duplex (10B-HD) fix the print server link mode. This change is valid after the print server has been reset

(default is

Auto

).

Note

If you incorrectly set this value, you may not be able to communicate with your print server.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

6

,

1

.

2

Press

or

to select

Auto/100B-FD/100B-HD/10B-FD/10B-HD

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

3 - 14

Front Panel Setup

Time Zone

This field displays your country time zone. The time shown is the time difference between your country and

Greenwich Mean Time. For example, the Time Zone for Eastern Time in the USA and Canada is GMT-05:00.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

6

,

2

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select the time.

3

Press

Menu/Set

to accept the selection.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

to exit the configuration menu.

Windows

®

Time Zone Setting

You can see the time difference for your country by using the Time Zone setting in Windows

®

.

1

Click on

Start

.

2

Select

Settings

/

Control Panel

.

3

Double click on

Date/Time

.

4

Select

Time Zone

. Change the date and time.

Verify your time zone setting from the pull-down menu (this menu displays the time difference from GMT).

Scan to E-mail (E-mail server)

3

Black and White File Type for Scan to E-mail (E-mail server)

You can select the default Black and White file type for Scan to E-mail (E-mail server) function.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

7

,

1

.

2

Press ▲ or ▼ to select

PDF

or

TIFF

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Note

If you are sending an I-Fax to another fax machine that supports I-Fax, you must use Black and White and the TIFF file format.

3 - 15

Front Panel Setup

Colour File Type for Scan to E-mail (E-mail server)

You can select the default colour file type for Scan to E-mail (E-mail server) function.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

7

,

2

.

2

Press

or

to select

PDF

or

JPEG

.

3

Press

Menu/Set

.

4

Press

Stop/Exit

.

Restoring the network settings to factory default

If you wish to reset the print server back to its default factory settings (resetting all information such as the password and IP address information), please follow these steps:

1

Make sure the machine is not operating, then disconnect all the cables from the machine (except power cable).

2

Press

Menu/Set

,

6

,

0

.

3

Press

1

to select

Reset

.

4

Press

1

to select

Yes

.

5

The machine will re-start, re-connect cables once this is complete.

Printing the Network Configuration List

3

Note

Node Name: Node Name appears in the Network Configuration List. The default Node Name is

"

BRN_xxxxxx

" (" xxxxxx

" is the last six digits of Ethernet address.).

The Network Configuration List prints a report listing all the current network configuration including the network print server settings.

1

Press

Menu/Set

,

5

,

6

2

Press

Mono Start

or

Colour Start

.

3 - 16

4

Network printing from Windows

®

basic TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing

Overview

If you are a Windows

®

user and want to print using the TCP/IP protocol in a Peer-to-Peer environment, please follow the instructions in this chapter. This chapter explains how to install the network software and the printer driver which you will need to be able to print using your network printer.

4

Note

You must configure the IP address on your machine before you proceed with this chapter. If you have

not configured the IP address, see

Configuring your network printer

on page 2-1 first.

• Verify the host computer and print server are either on the same subnet, or that the router is properly configured to pass data between the two devices.

The default password for print servers is “

access

”.

If you are connecting to a Network Print Queue or Share (printing only), see

Installation when using a

Network Print Queue or Share (printer driver only)

on page A-6 for installation details.

For Windows

®

2000/XP users

By default, Windows

®

2000/XP systems install with all the necessary software required for you to be able to print. This section describes the most commonly used configuration, Standard TCP/IP Port printing.

Windows

®

2000/XP users can also print via Internet using the IPP protocol. For more information, see

Internet printing

on page 5-1.

If you have already installed the printer driver, jump to

Printer driver already installed

on page 4-3.

Configuring the standard TCP/IP port

Printer driver not yet installed

1

For Windows

®

2000: Go to the

Start

button, select

Settings

and then

Printers

.

For Windows

®

XP: Go to the

Start

button and select

Printers and Faxes

.

2

For Windows

®

2000: Double click the

Add Printer

icon to get the

Add Printer Wizard

.

For Windows

®

XP: Double-click

Add a printer

to get the

Add Printer Wizard

.

3

Click

Next

when you see the

Welcome to the Add Printer Wizard

screen.

4

Select

Local printer

and deselect the

Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer

option.

5

Click

Next

.

4 - 1

6

You must now select the correct Network printing port. Select

Create a new port

and select

Standard

TCP/IP Port

port from the pull-down window.

7

Click

Next

.

8

The

Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard

will now appear. Click

Next

.

9

Enter the IP address, or the print server name you wish to configure. The Wizard will automatically enter the Port name information for you.

10

Click

Next

.

11

Windows

®

2000/XP will now contact the printer that you specified. If you did not specify the correct IP address or name then you will receive an error message.

12

Click

Finish

to complete the Wizard.

13

Now that you have configured the port, you must specify which printer driver you wish to use. Select the appropriate driver from the list of supported printers. If you are using a driver supplied with the machine on CD-ROM then select the

Have Disk

option to browse to the CD-ROM.

14

For example, select the “X:\your language\W2K\Addprt” folder (where X is your drive letter). Click

Open

, and then

OK

. Select your printer, then click

Next

.

15

Specify a name and select

Yes

or

No

if you want this driver to be default printer, and then click

Next

.

16

Now specify if you wish to share the printer, enter the share name and click

Next

.

17

Select

Yes

and

Next

to print a test page.

18

Continue through the Wizard clicking

Finish

when complete.

4

4 - 2

Printer driver already installed

If you have already installed the printer driver and wish to configure it for network printing, follow these steps:

1

Select the printer driver you wish to configure.

2

Select

File

and then

Properties

.

3

Click the

Ports

tab of the driver and click

Add Port

.

4

Select the port that you wish to use. Typically this would be

Standard TCP/IP Port

. Then click the

New

Port...

button.

5

The

Standard TCP/IP Port Wizard

will start. Follow steps 8 to 12 of

Printer driver not yet installed

on page 4-1.

6

Close

Add Port

and

Properties

dialog box.

For Windows NT

®

4.0 users

Windows NT

®

4.0 users can send print job using Peer-to-Peer Print software provided on the CD-ROM supplied with the machine.

Installing the TCP/IP protocol

4

If you did not install the TCP/IP protocol during the installation of your Windows NT

®

4.0 system (either workstation or server) follow these steps. If you have already installed the TCP/IP protocol, proceed to the next section,

Installing the Peer-to-Peer software

on page 4-4.

1

Go to the

Start

button, select

Settings

, and then

Control Panel

.

2

Run the

Network

applet by double clicking the

Network

icon and then click the

Protocols

tab.

3

Select

Add

, and double click

TCP/IP Protocol

.

4

Insert the requested disk(s), or CD-ROM, to copy the required files.

5

Click

Close

. The Windows NT

®

4.0 system will review protocol bindings and then you will see the

TCP/IP

Properties

dialog.

6

Configure the host IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address in that dialog. Consult your system manager for these addresses.

7

Click

OK

to exit (your Windows NT

®

4.0 workstation or server will need to be re-booted).

4 - 3

Installing the Peer-to-Peer software

1

Start the CD-ROM installation menu program according to the Quick Setup Guide.

2

Select the model name and your language (if necessary), and then click

Install Optional Applications

.

3

Click

Network Print Software

.

4

Click

Next

in response to the Welcome message. Follow the on-screen instructions.

5

Select

Peer-to-Peer Print (LPR)

.

6

Select the desired directory to install the

Peer-to-Peer Print (LPR)

files and click

Next

. The installation program will create the directory for you if it does not already exist on your disk.

7

Enter the Port name that you wish to use and click

OK

. The default port name is BLP1. Whichever name you choose, it must be unique and it MUST begin with BLP.

8

You must now enter the actual IP address of the print server and the print server name. If you have edited the hosts file on your computer or are using Domain Name System, you can also enter the DNS name of the print server. As the print server supports TCP/IP and NetBIOS names, you can also enter the

NetBIOS name of the print server. The NetBIOS name can be seen in the Network Configuration List.

The NetBIOS name assigned is the first 15 characters of the node name and by default it will appear as

BRN_xxxxxx

where xxxxxx

is the last six digits of the Ethernet address.

4

Note

The node name and the NetBIOS name is printed on the Network Configuration List. To learn how to

print the Network Configuration List, see

Printing the Network Configuration List

on page 3-16.

• You can use the

Browse

button to search for the print server in Step 8. Click

Browse

and then select the Node Name/IP Address from the list. If you search for the device using the

Browse

button in Step

8, temporarily disable any Personal Firewall software you may be using. Once you are sure that you can print, re-start your Personal Firewall software.

9

Click

OK

. When prompted you must re-boot your computer.

4 - 4

Associating to the printer

You must now create a printer on your Windows

®

system using the standard Windows

®

printer setup procedure.

1

To do this, go to the

Start

button, select

Settings

and then

Printers

.

2

Double click the

Add Printer

icon to get the

Add Printer Wizard

.

3

Select

My Computer

(not Network Printer) and click

Next

.

4

Select the LPR Port (the port name you assigned in step 7 of the “Installing Peer-to-Peer Software” section in this chapter) and click

Next

.

5

Select the desired printer model. If the correct model is not displayed, click the

Have Disk

option and insert the CD-ROM supplied with your machine.

6

If the driver already exists, select

Keep Existing Driver

(if it does not exist, this step will be skipped), and then click

Next

.

7

If desired, change the name of the printer and select

Yes

or

No

if you want this driver to be default printer, and then click

Next

.

8

If desired, make the printer shared (so other user can access it), and select the operating system(s) that these other computers will be running. Click

Next

.

9

Select

Yes

when you asked

Would you like to print a test page?

. Click

Finish

to complete the installation. You may now print to the printer as if it were a local printer.

Adding a second LPR port

4

You do not need to re-run the install program to add a new LPR port. Instead, go to the

Start

button, select

Settings

, and open the

Printers

window. Click the icon of the printer that you wish to configure, select

File

from the menu bar, and then

Properties

. Click the

Ports

tab and then the

Add Port

button. In the

Printer

Ports

dialog, highlight

LPR Port

. Click the

New Port

button and enter the port name. The default port name is BLP1. If you have already used this name, you will get an error message if you try to use it again, in which case use BLP2, etc... Once you have specified the port name, click

OK

. You will then see the

Port Settings

dialog.

Enter the IP address of the printer that you wish to print to and click

OK

. And then click

Close

in the

Printer

Ports

dialog. You should now see the port that you have just created in the

Print to the following port(s)

setting of the printer driver.

4 - 5

For Windows

®

98/Me users

Windows

®

98/Me users can send print job using Peer-to-Peer Print software provided by the CD-ROM which we have supplied with the machine.

Installing the Peer-to-Peer software

4

Note

If you already installed the driver from the supplied CD-ROM with the machine Installer and you selected

“Peer-to-Peer Network Printer” during the installation then you do not need to install the Network Print

Software again.

1

Start the CD-ROM installation menu program according to the Quick Setup Guide.

2

Select the model name and your language (if necessary), and then click

Install Optional Applications

.

3

Click

Network Print Software

.

4

Click

Next

in response to the Welcome message. Follow the on-screen instructions.

5

Select

Peer-to-Peer Print (LPR)

.

6

Select the desired directory to install the

Peer-to-Peer Print (LPR)

files and click

Next

. The installation program will create the directory for you if it does not already exist on your disk.

7

Enter the

Port name

that you wish to use and click

OK

. The default port name is BLP1. Whichever name you choose, it must be unique and it MUST begin with BLP.

8

You must now enter the actual IP address of the print server and the print server name. If you have edited the hosts file on your computer or are using Domain Name System, you can also enter the DNS name of the print server. As the print server supports TCP/IP and NetBIOS names, you can also enter the

NetBIOS name of the print server. The NetBIOS name can be seen in the Network Configuration List.

The NetBIOS name assigned is the first 15 characters of the node name and by default it will appear as

BRN_xxxxxx

where xxxxxx

is the last six digits of the Ethernet address.

Note

The node name and the NetBIOS name is printed on the Network Configuration List. To learn how to

print the Network Configuration List, see

Printing the Network Configuration List

on page 3-16.

• You can use the

Browse

button to search for the print server in Step 8. Click

Browse

and then select the Node Name/IP Address from the list. If you search for the device using the

Browse

button in Step

8, temporarily disable any Personal Firewall software you may be using. Once you are sure that you can print, re-start your Personal Firewall software.

9

Click

OK

. When prompted you must re-boot your computer.

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Associating to the printer

You must now create a printer on your Windows

®

system using the standard Windows

®

printer setup procedure.

1

To do this, go the

Start

button, select

Settings

and then

Printers

.

2

Double click the

Add Printer

icon to get the

Add Printer Wizard

.

3

Click

Next

when you get the

Add Printer Wizard

window.

4

Select

Local Printer

when you are asked how the printers are connected to your computer, and then click

Next

.

5

Select the desired printer model. If the correct model is not displayed, click the

Have Disk

option and insert the CD-ROM supplied with your machine.

6

If you have selected a printer driver that is already being used, you have the option of either keeping the existing driver (recommended) or replacing it. Select the desired option and click

Next

.

7

Select the LPR port (the port name you assigned in step 7 of the

Installing the Peer-to-Peer software

on page 4-4) and click

Next

.

8

Enter any desired name for the printer. For example, you could call the printer “Networked Printer”.

Select

Yes

or

No

if you want this driver to be default printer, and then click

Next

.

9

Windows

®

will now ask you if you wish to print out a test page, select

Yes

and then select

Finish

. You have now finished installing the Peer-to-Peer Print (LPR) software.

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Adding a second LPR port

You do not re-run the install program to add a new LPR port. Instead, go to the

Start

button, select

Settings

, and open the

Printers

window. Click the icon of the printer that you wish to configure, select

File

from the menu bar, and then

Properties

. Click the

Details

tab and then the

Add Port

button. In the

Add Port

dialog, select the

Other

radio button and then highlight

LPR port

. Click

OK

and enter the port name. The default port name is BLP1. If you have already used this name, you will get an error message if you try to use it again, in which case use BLP2, etc... Once you have specified the port name, click

OK

. You will then see the

Port

Properties

dialog.

Enter the IP address of the printer that you wish to print to and click

OK

. You should now see the port that you have just created in the

Print to the following port

setting of the printer driver.

4

Other sources of information

See

Configuring your network printer

on page 2-1 to learn how to configure the IP address of the printer.

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5

Internet printing

Internet Printing Installation

Overview

Internet Print (BIP) software, for Windows

®

98/Me and Windows NT

®

4.0, allows a PC user at one location to send a print job to a printer at a remote location via the Internet. For example, a user on a PC in New York could print a document directly from their Microsoft Excel application program to a printer in Paris.

Windows

®

2000/XP users can also use this BIP software, but are recommended to use the IPP protocol support that is part of the Windows

®

2000/XP operating systems. Skip to the “Windows

®

2000 IPP Printing” section of this document.

Quick Tips

1

Windows

®

2000/XP users can print using TCP/IP using the standard Network Printing software and IPP protocol software built into any Windows

®

2000/XP installation.

2

Windows

®

98/Me users can send print jobs using the IPP protocol via a Windows

®

2000 computer, provided that the Microsoft Internet Print Services software is installed on the client PC, Internet

Information Server (IIS) is installed and running on the server and that the client PC is using version 4 or later of Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Internet Print General Information

The BIP software is installed using a standard Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0 Installation

Wizard. It creates a virtual port on the Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0 PC that operates in a similar way to the standard LPT1 printer port from the application program point of view. The user can use the Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0 Print Manager to create a printer that uses this port along with a standard Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0-compatible printer. Any Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0 applications program can therefore print to this printer (and hence to the virtual port) without modification or operational procedure.

When a job is printed to the BIP virtual port, it is actually MIME-encoded (converted to a standard Internet

E-mail message) and sent out to a print server at the remote location. This means that BIP is compatible with most common E-mail software packages. The only requirement is that the E-mail server be capable of sending E-mail message over the Internet.

In more detail, the procedure works in the following way:

If you are connected to a Local Area Network, the E-mail message is passed to the E-mail server, which in turn transmits the message out over the Internet using the SMTP protocol (Simple Mail Transport

Protocol) to the remote print server.

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Internet printing

If you are connecting via a modem directly to an Internet Service Provider (ISP), the ISP handles the routing of the E-mail to the remote print server.

At the remote site, an E-mail server receives the E-mail message. The remote print server, which has its own E-mail address, uses the POP3 protocol (Post Office Protocol 3) to download the E-mail message from the E-mail server. It then decodes the attachment and prints it out on the printer.

Note

If an E-mail is received that has not been configured to use the BIP virtual port driver, the printer will print the

E-mail out as a text document.

5

Internet Print: Configuring the Print Server

The print server can be configured using BRAdmin Professional utility, the Web BRAdmin software or by using a web browser.

Print Server Configuration Checklist

Note

Before configuring the print server to receive BIP jobs, be sure that the E-mail server at the remote site (the receiving end) is configured to handle the TCP/IP POP3, and SMTP protocols (SMTP is only required if the notification feature is enabled).

1

Configure the POP3 server on the E-mail server at the remote site with a mail account (Mailbox name) and password for the print server (generally, the mail account name will be the first part of the Email address; for example, if you assign the E-mail address [email protected], then the mail account name would be emailprinter).

2

Make sure that the print server is installed and running with TCP/IP enabled and has a valid IP address assigned to it.

Because access to the E-mail server on most networks is usually restricted, you may need to have your

Network Administrator check the configuration and add the mail account.

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Internet Print: Using BRAdmin Professional utility to Configure the Print Server

Note

Skip this section if you wish to use the Web Browser to configure the print server.

Using the BRAdmin Professional utility, you can configure the print server using the TCP/IP protocol.

The steps required to configure the print server to receive print jobs from a Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and

Windows NT

®

4.0 PC running the BIP software are as follows.

1

Start the BRAdmin Professional utility.

2

Select the

Node Name

of the desired print server from the list and double click on it. (the default node name is usually

BRN_xxxxxx

, where xxxxxx

is the last six digits of the Ethernet address (MAC address)). You will be prompted for a password; the default password is “

access

”.

Note

You can find the node name and MAC address by printing out the machine configuration page. For

information on how to print the configuration page on your print server, see

Printing the Network Configuration

List

on page 3-16.

3

Click on the

POP3/SMTP

tab.

4

Enter the address of the POP3 server (consult your Network Administrator if you do not know this address).

5

Enter the

POP3 Account Name

for the remote print server. Usually this will be the first part of the E-mail address (for example, if the E-mail address of the print server is [email protected], then the

POP3

Account Name

would be emailprinter).

6

Enter the password for the mailbox, if any.

7

The print server is configured by default to poll the POP3 server every 10 minutes. You may change this value, if desired.

8

If you have enabled notification, enter the address of your SMTP server (consult your Network

Administrator if you do not know this address).

9

Press the

OK

button and save the changes. Now exit the BRAdmin Professional utility. You have now configured the print server to receive print jobs.

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Internet printing

Internet Print: Using a Web Browser to Configure the Print Server

1

Connect to the printer server IP address using your web browser.

2

When you reach the

Network Configuration

screen, you will be prompted for a User name and a password. The default settings are User name “

admin

” and the password “

access

”.

3

Select the

Configure POP3/SMTP

option. Enter the address of the POP3 server (consult your Network

Administrator if you do not know this address). For more information, see

Internet Print: Using BRAdmin

Professional utility to Configure the Print Server

on page 5-3.

4

You should see a

Segmented Message Timeout

option. If a print job is separated into multiple E-mail messages using the Partial E-mail Print feature of the BIP, this value indicates how long the print server will wait for all of the segments of the message to arrive.

5

Select

Submit

to save the changes. Exit from the web browser. You have now configured the print server to receive print jobs.

Internet Print: Installing the BIP software on Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and

Windows NT

®

4.0

5

To install the BIP software on a Windows

®

98/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0 PC, execute the following steps:

Note

Be sure that the PC is running an E-mail program (for example, Microsoft Outlook) that is capable of sending

E-mail message using Winsock.

Be sure that your E-mail server is capable of sending messages across the Internet.

Setup from CD-ROM

1

Start the CD-ROM installation menu program according to the Quick Setup Guide.

2

Select the proper model and

Install Optional Applications

menu. Then select

Network Print Software

installation program.

3

Click the

Next

button in response to the Welcome message.

4

Select the

Internet Print

button.

5

Select the desired directory to install the BIP files and then click

Next

. The installation program will create the directory for you if it does not already exist.

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Internet printing

6

You will then be asked for a port name. Enter the name of the port. The port name must begin with the

BIP and end with a number, for example, BIP1.

7

Press

OK

to continue.

8

You will then be asked to enter the port settings for the remote print server:

Enter any unique legal Internet E-mail address for the remote print server (for example [email protected]). Note that Internet E-mail addresses cannot have spaces in them.

Enter your E-mail address and the IP address of your SMTP E-mail server (consult your Network

Administrator if you do not know this address). Also specify if you are going to use the

Partial E-mail

Print

option and the

Notification

type.

9

Press

OK

to continue. You will then be asked to re-start your computer.

10

Once your computer has re-started you must create a printer on your Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and

Windows NT

®

4.0 system using the standard Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0 printer setup procedure. To do this, go the

Start

button, select

Settings

and then

Printers

(Windows

®

98/Me/2000 and Windows NT

®

4.0). For Windows

®

XP users, go to the

Start

button, select

Printers and

Faxes

.

11

Select

Add Printer

(or

Add a Printer

for Windows

®

XP) to begin the printer installation.

12

Click

Next

when you get the

Add Printer Wizard

window.

<For Windows

®

98/Me users>

13

Select

Local Printer

when you are asked how the printers are connected to your computer and click

Next

.

<For Windows NT

®

4.0 users>

13

Select

My Computer

, and then Click Next.

<For Windows

®

2000/XP users>

13

Select

Local Printer

, and delete the check mark in

Plug and Play

check box. Then click

Next

.

<For Windows

®

98/Me users>

14

Select the desired model of the remote printer. If necessary, click

Have Disk

to load the driver from the

CD-ROM. Click

Next

when you are done.

15

If you have selected a printer driver that is already being used, you have the option of either keeping the existing driver (recommended) or replacing it. Select the desired option and press

Next

.

16

Select the

Internet port

(BIP...) which you selected in step 6 and press

Next

.

5

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Internet printing

<For Windows NT

®

4.0 and Windows

®

2000/XP users>

14

Select the

Internet port

(BIP...) which you selected in step 6 and press

Next

.

15

Select the desired model of the remote printer. If necessary, click

Have Disk

to load the driver from the

CD-ROM. Click

Next

when you are done.

16

If you have selected a printer driver that is already being used, you have the option of either keeping the existing driver (recommended) or replacing it. Select the desired option and press

Next

.

17

Enter any desired name for the BIP remote printer and press

Next

. Note that this name does not need to match the port name that you assigned in step 6, or E-mail address that you assigned in step 9.

18

Select

No

when asked if you want to print a test page, unless you have already configured the remote print server to receive BIP print jobs.

You have now finished installing the BIP software. If you need to configure another remote print server, go to the next section, “Adding a Second Internet Port”.

Adding a Second Internet Port

5

You should not re-run the install program to add a new Internet Port. Instead, press the

Start

button, select

Settings

, and open the

Printers

window. Click on the icon of a printer that is using BIP, select

File

from the menu bar, and then choose

Properties

. Click on the

Details

(

Ports

on Windows

®

2000/XP and Windows

NT

®

4.0) tab and click the

Add Port

button.

In the

Add Port

dialog, select the

Other

radio button (Windows

®

98/Me only) and then

Internet Port

. Click

OK

(

New Port

on Windows

®

2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0) and it will give you the

Port Name

text box.

Any unique name can be given here as long as it starts with “BIP” and another port does not already exist with the same name.

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Internet printing

Windows

®

2000/XP IPP printing

Use the following instructions if you wish to use the IPP printing capabilities of Windows

®

2000/XP.

Note

You must configure the IP address on your machine before you proceed with this section. If you have

not configured the IP address, see

Configuring your network printer

on page 2-1 first.

Verify the host computer and print server are either on the same subnet, or that the router is properly configured to pass data between the two devices.

The default password for print servers is “

access

”.

5

1

For Windows

®

2000: Go to the

Start

button, select

Settings

and then

Printers

.

For Windows

®

XP: Go to the

Start

button and select

Printers and Faxes

.

2

For Windows

®

2000: Double click the

Add Printer

icon to get the

Add Printer Wizard.

For Windows

®

XP: Double-click

Add a printer

to get the

Add Printer Wizard

.

3

Click

Next

when you see the

Welcome to the Add Printer Wizard

screen.

4

Select

Local printer

or

Network printer

. For Windows

®

2000: Make sure that you select

Network

Printer

.

For Windows

®

XP: Make sure that you select

A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer

.

5

Click

Next

.

6

For Windows

®

2000: Select

Connect to a printer on the Internet or on your intranet

and then enter the following in the URL field: http://printer_ipaddress:631/ipp

(Where printer_ipaddress

is the IP address or the print server name).

For Windows

®

XP: Select

Connect to a printer on the Internet or on a home or office network

and then enter the following in the URL field: http://printer_ipaddress:631/ipp

(Where printer_ipaddress

is the IP address or the print server name).

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Internet printing

Note

If you have edited the hosts file on your computer or are using Domain Name System, you can also enter the

DNS name of the print server. As the print server supports TCP/IP and NetBIOS names, you can also enter the NetBIOS name of the print server. The NetBIOS name can be seen in the Network Configuration List. The

NetBIOS name assigned is the first 15 characters of the node name and by default it will appear as

BRN_xxxxxx

where xxxxxx

is the last six digits of the Ethernet address.

7

When you click

Next

, Windows

®

2000/XP will make a connection with the URL that you specified.

If the printer driver has already been installed:

If the appropriate printer driver is already installed on your PC, Windows

®

2000/XP will automatically use that driver for use. In this case, you will simply be asked if you wish to make the driver the default driver, after which the Driver installation Wizard will complete. You are now ready to print.

If the printer driver has NOT been installed:

One of the benefits of the IPP printing protocol is that it establishes the model name of the printer when you communicate with it. After successful communication you will see the model name of the printer automatically. This means that you do not need to inform Windows

®

2000 the type of printer driver to be used.

8

Click

OK

. You will then see the printer selection screen in the

Add Printer Wizard

.

9

If your printer is not in the list of supported printers, click

Have Disk

. You will then be asked to insert the driver disk.

10

Click

Browse

and select the CD-ROM or network share that contains the appropriate printer driver.

11

Now specify the model name of the printer.

12

If the printer driver that you are installing does not have a Digital Certificate you will see a warning message. Click

Yes

to continue with the installation. The

Add Printer Wizard

will then complete.

13

Click the

Finish

button and the printer is now configured and ready to print. To test the printer connection, print a test page.

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Internet printing

Specifying a different URL

Please note that there are several possible entries that you can enter for the URL field.

http://ipaddress:631/ipp

This is the default URL and we recommend that you use this URL. Please note the

Get More Info

option will not display any printer data.

http://ipaddress:631/ipp/port1

This is for HP

®

Jetdirect

®

compatibility. Please note the

Get More Info

option will not display any printer data.

http://ipaddress:631/

If you forget the URL details, you can simply enter the above text and the printer will still receive and process data. please note the

Get More Info

option will not display any printer data.

If you are using the built in service names that the print server supports, you can also use the following:

(However, please note the

Get More Info

option will not display any printer data).

http://ipaddress:631/brn_xxxxxx_p1 http://ipaddress:631/binary_p1 http://ipaddress:631/text_p1 http://ipaddress:631/filter1_p1 http:/ipaddress:631/filter2_p1 http://ipaddress:631/brn_xxxxxx_p1_at

Where ipaddress is the IP address or the print server name.

5

Other sources of information

See

Configuring your network printer

on page 2-1 to learn how to configure the IP address of the printer.

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6

Web Based Management

How to use a Web Browser to manage your Device

Overview

A standard Web Browser (we recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer

®

version 6.0 or later, or Netscape

Navigator

®

version 7.1 or later) can be used to manage your machine using the HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer

Protocol). You can get the following information from a printer on your network using a web browser:

Printer status information.

Change Fax configuration items, such as General Setup. Quick-Dial settings and Remote Fax.

You can also change network settings such as TCP/IP information.

Software version information of the machine and print server.

Change network and machine configuration details.

You must use the TCP/IP protocol on your network and have a valid IP address programmed into the print server and your computer.

1

To learn how to configure the IP address on your machine, see

Configuring your network printer

on page

2-1.

2

The default password for print servers is “

access

”.

3

You can use a web browser on most computing platforms, for example, UNIX

®

users are also able to connect to the machine and manage it.

4

You can also use the BRAdmin Professional or the BRAdmin Light utilities to manage the printer and its network configuration.

How to connect to your machine using a Browser

Type http://printer’s IP Address /

into your browser (you can also use the NetBIOS name of the print server, if you are in a Microsoft Windows domain/Workgroup environment). Enter the DNS name of the machine if connecting to a network that uses the DNS protocol.

Password Information

Web Based Management offers two levels of password access. Users are able to access to the General

Setup, Fax settings and Lists and Reports. The default user name for Users is “

user

” (case sensitive) and the default password is “

access

”.

Administrators are able to access all settings. The login name for the Administrator is “

admin

” (case sensitive) and the default password is “

access

”.

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7

Internet FAX

Overview

Internet Faxing (I-Fax) allows you to send and receive FAX documents using the Internet as the transport mechanism. Documents are transmitted in E-mail messages as attached TIFF-F files. This means that PC's are also able to receive and send documents, providing that the PC has as an application that can generate and view TIFF-F files, you can use Microsoft

®

Imaging or a TIFF-F viewer application. Any documents sent via the machine will automatically be converted into a TIFF-F, format. If you wish to send and receive messages to and from your machine, your mail application on the PC must be able to support the MIME format.

E-mail

7

Relay

Fax (G3 TX)

Internet

E-mail

Internet

Relay

E-mail

Internet

Fax

Getting Connected

Before sending or receiving an Internet Fax you must configure your machine to communicate with your network and mail server. You must ensure the following: a correctly configured IP address for your machine, an E-mail address for your machine, the mail server(s) IP address, mailbox name and password for your machine. If you are unsure of any of these items, please contact your systems Administrator. For details of

how to configure this information, see

Web Based Management

on page 6-1.

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Internet FAX

Front Panel Key Functions

Shift + 1

Used to change input mode. You can use Dial Pad keys as Standard alphabet character keys.

Dial Pad

Used to enter Standard Alpha characters (26 letters), as well as @. space ! “ # % & ’ () + / : ; < > = ? [ ] ^ - $

, * _ and Numbers.

Shift + 3

To change between upper case and lower case when entering the e-mail / I-Fax address.

7

or

Moves the LCD cursor to the left or right when you enter text.

Menu/Set

Used to store multiple numbers.

Mono Start

Begins transmitting the document.

Stop/Exit

Deletes entered data and stops the scanning or transmitting process.

Search/ Speed-Dial

These functions work the same way as with conventional machine’s.

However, please note that you cannot use chain dialling for E-mail addresses.

Shift + Mono Start

Used to receive E-mail from the POP3 server manually.

Sending an Internet Fax

Sending an Internet Fax is the same as sending a normal Fax. If you have already programmed the addresses of the destination Internet Fax machines as Speed-Dial locations, you can send the Internet Fax by loading the document into the machine, use the Fax Resolution key to set the preferred resolution and select a Speed-Dial number and pressing

Mono Start

.

If you wish to manually enter the Internet Fax Address load the document into the machine and press

Shift

and

1

simultaneously to change into the “alphabet” dialling mode.

To manually enter the Internet Fax address, see

Manually Entering Text

on page 7-3.

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Internet FAX

Manually Entering Text

Press

Shift

and

1

simultaneously to change into the “alphabet” dialling mode.

You can now use the Dial Pad to dial the E-mail address. Refer to the following table: Most number keys have three or four letters printed above them. The keys for 0, #, * don’t have printed letters because they are used for special characters.

By pressing the appropriate number key the correct number of times, you can access the character you want.

5

6

3

4

Key

1

2

7

8

9

Once

@

A

D

G

J

M

P

T

W

Twice

.

B

K

N

E

H

Q

U

X

Three times

/

C

L

O

F

I

R

V

Y

Four times

1

2

5

6

3

4

S

8

Z

If you want to enter a blank space, press twice.

If you specify more than 16 characters, the LCD panel will scroll the name to the left character by character.

You can enter up to 60 characters.

Making corrections:

If you entered a letter incorrectly and want to change it, use you want to change, and then type over it.

or to position the cursor under the character

If you want to erase the whole number or whole name, press

Stop/Exit

when the cursor is under the first digit or letter.

The characters above and to the right of the cursor will be deleted.

Repeating letters:

If you need to enter a character assigned to the same key as the previous character, press to the right.

move the cursor

As you enter the E-mail address, it will appear character by character on the LCD panel.

If you specify more than 16 characters, the LCD panel will scroll the name to the left, character by character.

You can enter up to 60 characters.

Please note that also you can connect to the machine using a web browser and specify the E-mail address

information through Web Based Management. See

Web Based Management

on page 6-1 for more

information.

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Special characters and symbols

Press * for

Press # for

Press Ø for

(space) ! “ # $ % & ’ () * + , - . /

: ; < = > ? @ [ ] ^ _

É À È Ê Î Ç Ë Ö 0 (For US and Canada users)

Ä Ë Ö Ü À Ç È E 0 (For other users)

As you enter the Internet Fax address, the address will appear character by character on the LCD panel. If you specify more than 16 characters, the LCD panel will scroll the name to the left character by character.

You can enter up to 60 characters.

1

Press to

Mono Start

send the document.

After the document is scanned, it is transmitted to the Recipient Internet Fax Machine automatically via your

SMTP server. You can cancel the send operation by pressing the

Stop/Exit

button during scanning. After the transmission is finished, the machine will return to standby mode.

Some E-mail servers do not allow you to send large E-mail documents (the System Administrator will often place a limit on the maximum E-mail size). You can enable the Limit Size of the Sent Mail feature. The machine will display

Out of Memory

when trying to send E-mail documents over 1Mbyte in size. The document will not be sent and an error report will be printed. The document you are sending should be separated into smaller documents that will be accepted by the mail server. You can enable this feature through the Web Management utility or the LAN function mode.

Receiving E-mail or Internet Fax

7

There are 2 ways you can receive E-mail messages:

POP3 receiving at regular intervals

POP3 receiving (manually initiated)

Using POP3 receiving the machine must poll the E-mail server to receive the print jobs. This polling can occur at set intervals (for example, you can configure the machine to poll the E-mail server at 10 minute intervals) or you can manually poll the server by pressing the

Shift + Mono Start

button.

If your machine starts to receive E-mail print jobs, the LCD panel will reflect this activity. For example, you will see

Receiving

on the LCD panel followed by “xx E-mail(S)”. If you press the

Shift + Mono Start

buttons to manually poll the E-mail server for E-mail print jobs and there are no mail documents waiting to be printed, the machine will display

No Mail

on the LCD panel for two seconds.

If your machine is out of paper when receiving data, the received data will be held in the machine's memory.

This data will be printed automatically after paper is re-inserted into the machine. (For European, Asian and

Oceanian machines, Memory receive must be switched “ON”.)

If the received mail is not in a plain text format or an attached file is not in the TIFF-F format, the following error message will be printed:

ATTACHED FILE FORMAT NOT SUPPORTED. FILE NAME:XXXXXX.doc

If the received mail is too large, the following error message will be printed:

E-MAIL FILE TOO LARGE.

If

Delete POP Receive Error Mail

is

ON

(default) then error mail is automatically deleted from the E-mail

Server.

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Internet FAX

Receiving an Internet Fax to a PC

When a PC receives an Internet Fax document, the document is attached to a mail message that informs the

PC that it has received a document from an Internet Fax. This is notified in the Subject field of the received mail message.

If the PC to which you wish to send a document is not running Windows

®

98/98SE/Me/2000/XP or Windows

NT

®

4.0 operating system, please inform the PC's owner that they must install some software that can view

TIFF-F files.

You can use “Microsoft

®

Imaging” that is supplied with Windows

®

98/Me/2000/XP and Windows NT

®

4.0.

Forwarding Received E-mail and Fax Messages

7

You can forward received E-mail or standard fax messages to another E-mail address or fax machine.

Received messages can be forwarded via E-mail to a PC or Internet Fax. They can also be forwarded via standard phone lines to another machine.

The setting can be enabled using the Web browsers or through the machine front panel. The steps for configuring Fax Forward can be found in the User’s Guide supplied with your machine.

Please see the User’s Guide included with the machine to check that this feature is supported. This function is not available for colour fax documents.

Relay Broadcasting

This function allows the machine to receive a document over the Internet, and then relay it to other fax machines through conventional telephone lines.

If you wish to use your machine as a relay broadcast device, you must specify the domain name that you trust at the machine, in other words, the portion of the domain after the ‘@’ sign.

A trusted domain refers to the E-mail address. For example, if the other party’s address is [email protected], then we identify the domain as xxx.com. If the E-mail address is [email protected], then we identify the domain as xxx.co.uk.

Use care in selecting a trusted domain since any user on a trusted domain will be able to send a Relay

Broadcast. You can register up to 10 domain names.

Relay Broadcast can support the relay of a document up to a maximum of 48 fax machines through conventional telephone lines.

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Internet FAX

Relay Broadcast from a machine

[email protected]

[email protected]

INTERNET

123456789

[email protected] (fax#123456789)

In this example, your machine has an E-mail address of [email protected], you wish to send a document from this machine to another machine in England with an E-mail address of [email protected], this machine will then forward the document to a standard fax machine using a conventional telephone line. If your E-mail address is [email protected], you must configure a trusted domain name of xxx.com on the machine in England that will broadcast the document to the conventional fax machine. If you do not enter the domain name information, then the machine in the middle (the machine that will broadcast the document) will not trust any internet jobs that it receives from the machine in the @xxx.com domain.

After the trusted domain is set you can send the document from your machine [I.E. [email protected]] by entering the E-mail address of the machine [I.E. [email protected]] that will forward the document followed by the phone number of the fax that will receive the document. The following is an example of how to enter the E-mail address and phone number.

[email protected](fax#123456789)

E-mail address Fax Phone Number

The word “fax#” must be included with the phone number inside the parenthesis.

Sending to multiple phone numbers:

If you want to have the document relayed to more than one standard fax machine the address can be entered using the following method:

1

Enter the phone number of the first Fax machine [email protected](Fax#123).

2

Press

Menu/Set

.

3

Enter the phone number of the second Fax machine [email protected](Fax#456).

4

Press

Mono Start

.

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Internet FAX

Relay Broadcast from a PC

Your PC [email protected]

INTERNET

123456789

[email protected] (fax#123456789)

You can also send E-mail from your PC and have it relayed to a conventional FAX machine. The method of entering the phone number of the conventional FAX machine that will receive the relayed E-mail will vary depending on the mail application you are using. The following are some examples of different mail applications:

Some E-mail applications do not support sending to multiple phone numbers. If your E-mail application cannot support multiple phone numbers you will only be able to relay to one Fax machine at a time.

Enter the address of the relay machine and phone number of the FAX in the “TO” box using the same method used when sending from an machine.

[email protected](fax#123456789)

Outlook 97/98/2000/2002/2003:

For Outlook 97/98/2000/2002 and 2003 the address information must be entered into the address book as follows:

Name

: fax#123456789

E-mail Address

: [email protected]

TX Verification Mail

Transmission Verification Mail supports two separate functions. Verification Mail for sending allows you request notification from the receiving station that the I-Fax or E-mail was received and processed.

Verification Mail for receiving allows you to transmit a default report back to the sending station after successfully receiving and processing an I-Fax or E-mail.

To use this feature you must set the

Notification

option within the

Setup Mail RX

and

Setup Mail TX

options.

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Internet FAX

Setup Mail (TX)

You can set the

Notification

option in the

Setup Mail TX

option to either ON or OFF. When switched to ON an additional field of information is sent with the image data. This field is named

MDN

.

MDN

Mail Disposition Notification - This field requests the status of the I-Fax / E-mail message after delivery through the SMTP (Send Mail Transfer Protocol) transport system. Once the message has arrived at the

Receiving station this data is used when the machine or user reads or prints the received I-Fax or E-mail. For example, if the message is opened for reading or is printed the receiving station sends back a notification to the original sending machine or user.

The receiving station must support the MDN field in order to be able to send a notification report, otherwise the request will be ignored.

Setup Mail (RX)

7

There are three possible settings for this option ON/MDN/OFF.

Receive Notification “ON”

When switched to “ON” a fixed message is sent back to the sending station to indicate successful reception and processing of the message. These fixed messages depend on the operation requested by the sending station.

Report messages consist of

SUCCESS : Received From <mail address>

Receive Notification “MDN”

When switched to “MDN” a report as described above is sent back to the sending station if the originating station sent the “MDN” field to request confirmation.

Receive Notification “OFF”

OFF - Switches all forms of receive notification OFF, no messages are send back to the sending station regardless of the request.

Error mail

If there is a mail delivery error while sending an Internet Fax, the mail server will send an error message back to the machine and the error message will be printed. If there is an error while receiving mail, an error message will be printed (Example: “The message being sent to the machine was not in a TIFF-F format.”).

Important information on Internet Fax

Internet Fax Communication on a LAN system is basically the same as communication via E-mail; however, it is different from Fax communication using standard phone lines. The following is important information for using Internet Fax:

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Internet FAX

Factors such as the receiver’s location, structure of the LAN system, and how busy the circuit (such as the internet) is, may cause the system to take a long time to send back an error mail. (normally 20 sec. to

30 sec.).

In the case of transmission through the Internet, due to its low level of security, we recommend that you use standard phone lines to send confidential documents.

If the receiver’s mail system is not compatible with the MIME format, you cannot transmit a document to the receiver. Depending on receiver’s server, there may be some cases in which the error mail will not be sent back.

If the size of a document’s image data is huge, there is a possibility of unsuccessful transmission.

You cannot change font and character size of Internet mail that you received.

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Troubleshooting

Overview

This chapter describes procedures for troubleshooting problems you may encounter with a print server, it is divided into the following sections:

General problems

Network print software installation problems

Printing problems

Protocol-specific troubleshooting

General problems

8

CD-ROM is inserted, but does not start automatically

If your computer does not support Autorun, the menu will not start automatically after inserting the CD-ROM.

In this case, execute

setup.exe

in the root directory of the CD-ROM.

How to reset the print server to factory default

You can reset the print server back to its default factory settings (resetting all information such as the

password and IP address information). See

Restoring the network settings to factory default

on page 3-16.

Network print software installation problems

The print server is not found during setup of the network print software installation or from the printer driver of the machine in Windows

®

.

Make sure you have completed the IP address setting of the print server according to

Chapter 2

or

Chapter

3

of this User’s Guide before installing the network print software or printer driver. Check the following:

1

Make sure that the machine is powered on, is on-line and ready to print.

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Troubleshooting

2

Check to see if there is any LED activity. The print servers have two LEDs on the back panel of the machine. The upper green LED shows Link/Activity (Received/Transmit) status. The lower orange LED shows Speed status.

No light: If the upper LED is off, then the print server is not connected to the network.

The upper LED is green: The Link/Activity LED will be green if the print server is connected to a

Ethernet network.

The lower LED is orange: The Speed LED will be orange if the print server is connected to a

100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet network.

The lower LED is off: The Speed LED will be off if the print server is connected to a 10BASE-T

Ethernet network.

3

Print the Network Configuration List and check if the settings such as IP address settings are correct for your network. The problem may be the result of mismatched or duplicate IP address. Verify that the IP address is correctly loaded into the print server. And make sure that no other nodes on the network have

this IP address. For information on how to print the Network Configuration List, see

Printing the Network

Configuration List

on page 3-16.

4

Verify that the print server is on your network as follows:

Try pinging the print server from the host operating system command prompt with the command: ping ipaddress

Where ipaddress

is the print server IP address (note that in some instances it can take up to two minutes for the print server to load its IP address after setting the IP address).

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8 - 2

Troubleshooting

Printing problems

Print job is not printed

Make sure the status and configuration of the print server. Check following:

1

Make sure that the machine is powered on, is on-line and ready to print. Print the Network Configuration

List of the machine and check if the settings such as IP address settings are correct for your network.

See

Printing the Network Configuration List

on page 3-16 for information on how to print the Network

Configuration List on your print server.

2

The problem may be the result of mismatched or duplicate IP address. Verify that the IP address is correctly loaded into the print server. And make sure that no other nodes on the network have this IP address.

3

Verify that the print server is on your network as follows:

(1) Try pinging the print server from the host operating system command prompt with the command: ping ipaddress

Where ipaddress

is the print server IP address (note that in some instances it can take up to two minutes for the print server to load its IP address after setting the IP address).

(2) If a successful response is received, then proceed to

Windows

®

98/98SE/Me and Windows NT

®

4.0

Peer-to-Peer print (LPR) troubleshooting

on page 8-3, and

Windows

®

2000/XP IPP troubleshooting

on page 8-4. Otherwise, proceed to Step 4.

8

Protocol-specific troubleshooting

Windows

®

98/98SE/Me and Windows NT

®

4.0 Peer-to-Peer print (LPR) troubleshooting

If you are having trouble printing on a Windows

®

98/98SE/Me, Windows NT

®

4.0 or later Peer-to-Peer network (LPR method), check the following:

1

Make sure that the LPR Port driver is correctly installed and configured according to the Windows

®

98/98SE/Me or Windows NT

®

4.0 Peer-to-Peer chapters.

2

Try to turn the

Byte Count

on in the

Configure port

area of printer driver properties.

You may find that during the installation of BLP software, the screen that prompts you for a Port name is not displayed. This may happen on some Windows

®

98/98SE/Me and Windows NT

®

4.0 computers. Press the

ALT and TAB keys to make it appear.

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Troubleshooting

Windows

®

2000/XP IPP troubleshooting

Want to use a different Port number other than 631.

If you are using Port 631 for IPP printing, you may find that your firewall may not let the print data through. If this is the case, use a different port number (port 80), or configure your Firewall to allow Port 631 data through.

To send a print job using IPP to a printer using Port 80 (the standard HTTP port) enter the following when configuring your Windows

®

2000/XP system.

http://ipaddress/ipp

Get More Info option in Windows

®

2000 not working

If you are using a URL of: http://ipaddress:631 or http://ipaddress:631/ipp the

Get More Info

option in Windows

®

2000 will not function. If you wish to use the

Get More Info

option, use the following URL: http://ipaddress

This will then force Windows

®

2000/XP to use Port 80 to communicate with the print server.

Web browser troubleshooting (TCP/IP)

1

If you can not connect to the print server using your web browser it may be worth checking the Proxy

Settings of your browser. Look in the Exceptions setting and if necessary, type in the IP address of the print server. This will stop your PC from trying to connect to your ISP or proxy server every time you wish to look at the printer server.

2

Make sure that you are using the proper web browser, we recommend Netscape Navigator

®

version 7.1 or later/ Microsoft Internet Explorer

®

version 6.0 or later.

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A

Appendix A

Using services

A service is a resource that can be accessed by computers that wish to print to the print server. The print server provides the following predefined services (do a SHOW SERVICE command in the print server remote console to see a list of available services): Enter

HELP

at the command prompt for a list of supported commands.

A

Service (Example)

BINARY_P1

TEXT_P1

BRN_xxxxxx_P1

Definition

TCP/IP binary, NetBIOS service

TCP/IP text service (adds carriage return after each line feed)

TCP/IP binary

Where xxxxxx

is the last six digits of the Ethernet address (for example, BRN_310107_P1).

Other ways to set the IP address (for advanced users and

Administrators)

For information on how to configure your network printer using the BRAdmin Professional utility or a web

browser, see

Setting the IP address and subnet mask

on page 2-3.

Using DHCP to configure the IP address

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is one of several automated mechanisms for IP address allocation. If you have a DHCP server in your network, the print server will automatically obtain its IP address from DHCP server and register its name with any RFC 1001 and 1002-compliant dynamic name services.

Note

If you do not want your print server configured via DHCP, BOOTP or RARP, you must set the BOOT

METHOD to static so that the print server has a static IP address. This will prevent the print server from trying to obtain an IP address from any of these systems. To change the BOOT METHOD, use the BRAdmin

Professional utility.

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Appendix A

Using BOOTP to configure the IP address

BOOTP is an alternative to RARP that has the advantage of allowing configuration of the subnet mask and gateway. In order to use BOOTP to configure the IP address make sure that BOOTP is installed and running on your host computer (it should appear in the

/etc/services

file on your host as a real service; type man bootpd

or refer to your system documentation for information). BOOTP is usually started up via the

/etc/inetd.conf

file, so you may need to enable it by removing the “#” in front of the bootp entry in that file. For example, a typical bootp entry in the /etc/inetd.conf file would be:

#bootp dgram udp wait /usr/etc/bootpd bootpd -i

Depending on the system, this entry might be called “bootps” instead of “bootp”.

A

Note

In order to enable BOOTP, simply use an editor to delete the “#” (if there is no “#”, then BOOTP is already enabled). Then edit the BOOTP configuration file (usually /etc/bootptab) and enter the name, network type

(1 for Ethernet), Ethernet address and the IP address, subnet mask and gateway of the print server.

Unfortunately, the exact format for doing this is not standardized, so you will need to refer to your system documentation to determine how to enter this information (many UNIX

®

systems also have template examples in the bootptab file that you can use for reference). Some examples of typical /etc/bootptab entries include:

BRN_310107 1 00:80:77:31:01:07 192.168.1.2

and:

BRN_310107:ht=ethernet:ha=008077310107:\ ip=192.168.1.2:

Certain BOOTP host software implementations will not respond to BOOTP requests if you have not included a download filename in the configuration file; if this is the case, simply create a null file on the host and specify the name of this file and its path in the configuration file.

As with RARP, the print server will load its IP address from the BOOTP server when the printer is powered on.

Using RARP to configure the IP address

The print server’s IP address can be configured using the Reverse ARP (RARP) facility on your host computer. This is done by editing the

/etc/ethers

file (if this file does not exist, you can create it) with an entry similar to the following:

00:80:77:31:01:07 BRN_310107

Where the first entry is the Ethernet address of the print server and the second entry is the name of the print server (the name must be the same as the one you put in the

/etc/hosts

file).

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If the RARP daemon is not already running, start it (depending on the system the command can be rarpd, rarpd -a, in.rarpd -a

or something else; type man rarpd

or refer to your system documentation for additional information). To verify that the RARP daemon is running on a Berkeley UNIX

®

-based system, type the following command:

ps -ax | grep -v grep | grep rarpd

For AT&T UNIX

®

-based systems, type:

ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep rarpd

The print server will get the IP address from the RARP daemon when the printer is powered on.

Using APIPA to configure the IP address

A

The print server supports the Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) protocol. With APIPA, DHCP clients automatically configure an IP address and subnet mask when a DHCP server is not available. The device chooses it's own IP address in the range 169.254.1.0 through to 169.254.254.255. The subnet mask is automatically set to 255.255.0.0 and the gateway address is set to 0.0.0.0.

By default, the APIPA protocol is enabled. If you want to disable the APIPA protocol, you can disable it using

control panel of the machine. For more information, see

APIPA

on page 3-6.

If the APIPA protocol is disabled, the default IP address of a print server is 192.0.0.192. However, you can easily change this IP address number to match with the IP address details of your network.

Using ARP to configure the IP address

If you are unable to use the BRAdmin application and your network does not use a DHCP server, you can also use the ARP command. The ARP command is available on Windows

®

systems that have TCP/IP installed as well as UNIX

®

systems. To use arp enter the following command at the command prompt:

arp -s ipaddress ethernetaddress

Where ethernetaddress

is the Ethernet address (MAC address) of the print server and ipaddress

is the

IP address of the print server. For example:

Windows

®

systems

Windows

®

systems require the hash "-" character between each digit of the Ethernet address.

arp -s 192.168.1.2 00-80-77-31-01-07

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Appendix A

UNIX

®

/Linux systems

Typically, UNIX

®

and Linux systems require the colon ":" character between each digit of the Ethernet address.

arp -s 192.168.1.2 00:80:77:31:01:07

Note

You must be on the same Ethernet segment (that is, there cannot be a router between the print server and operating system) to use the arp -s command.

If there is a router, you may use BOOTP or other methods described in this chapter to enter the IP address.

If your Administrator has configured the system to deliver IP addresses using BOOTP, DHCP or RARP your print server can receive an IP address from any one of these IP address allocation systems. In which case, you will not need to use the ARP command. The ARP command only works once. For security reasons, once you have successfully configured the IP address of a print server using the ARP command, you cannot use the ARP command again to change the address. The print server will ignore any attempts to do this. If you wish to change the IP address again, use a web browser, TELNET (using the SET IP ADDRESS command) or factory reset the print server (which will then allow you to use the ARP command again).

To configure the print server and to verify the connection, enter the following command ping ipaddress where ipaddress

is the IP address of the print server. For example, ping 192.189.207.2.

Using the TELNET console to configure the IP address

You can also use the TELNET command to change the IP address.

Using TELNET is effective way, when you change the IP address. But a valid IP address must already be programmed into the print server.

Type

TELNET ipaddress at the command prompt of the system prompt, where ipaddress is the IP address of the print server. When you are connected, push the Return or Enter key to get the “#” prompt, enter the password “

access

” (the password will not appear on the screen).

You will be prompted for a user name. Enter anything in response to this prompt.

You will then get the

Local>

prompt. Type

SET IP ADDRESS ipaddress

, where ipaddress

is the desired IP address you wish to assign to the print server (check with your network manager for the IP address to use). For example:

Local> SET IP ADDRESS 192.168.1.3

You will now need to set the subnet mask by typing

SET IP SUBNET subnet mask

, where subnet mask is the desired subnet mask you wish to assign to the print server (check with your network manager for the subnet mask to use). For example:

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A

Appendix A

Local> SET IP SUBNET 255.255.255.0

If you do not have any subnets, use one of the following default subnet masks:

255.0.0.0 for class A networks

255.255.0.0 for class B networks

255.255.255.0 for class C networks

The leftmost group of digits in your IP address can identify the type of network you have. The value of this group ranges from 1 through 127 for Class A networks (e.g., 13.27.7.1), 128 through 191 for Class B networks

(e.g.,128.10.1.30), and 192 through 223 for Class C networks (e.g., 192.168.1.4).

If you have a gateway (router), enter its address with the command

SET IP ROUTER routeraddress

, where routeraddress

is the desired IP address of the gateway you wish to assign to the print server. For example:

Local> SET IP ROUTER 192.168.1.4

Type

SET IP METHOD STATIC

to set the method of IP access configuration to static.

To verify that you have entered the IP information correctly, type

SHOW IP

.

Type

EXIT

or Ctrl-D (i.e., hold down the control key and type "D") to end the remote console session.

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Appendix A

Installation when using a Network Print Queue or Share

(printer driver only)

Note

You must configure the IP address on your machine before you proceed with this chapter. If you have

not configured the IP address, see

Chapter 2

first.

Verify the host computer and print server are either on the same subnet, or that the router is properly configured to pass data between the two devices.

Before installation, if you are using Personal Firewall software (e.g. the Internet Connection Firewall available in Windows XP), disable it. Once you are sure that you can print, re-start your Personal

Firewall software.

1

Start the CD-ROM installation menu program according to the Quick Setup Guide.

2

Select the model name and your language (if necessary), and then click

Install Optional Applications

.

3

Click

Printer Driver (Only)

.

4

Click

Next

in response to the Welcome message. Follow the on-screen instructions.

5

Select

Standard Installation

and click

Next

.

6

Select

Network Shared Printer

, and then click

Next

.

7

Select your printer’s queue, and then click

OK

.

Note

Contact your administarator if you are not sure about the location and name of the printer in the network.

8

Click

Finish

.

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Appendix A

Print Server specifications

Operating system support

Protocol support

Network type

Network printing

Computer requirements

(for drivers, BRAdmin

Professional, Peer-to-Peer software, etc.)

Windows

®

98/98SE/Me, Windows NT

®

4.0, Windows

®

2000/XP

TCP/IP ARP, RARP, BOOTP, DHCP, APIPA (Auto IP), NetBIOS Name

Resolution, WINS, DNS Resolver, LPR/LPD, Custom Raw

Port/Port9100, SMTP Client, IPP, FTP Server, mDNS, TELNET,

SNMP, HTTP

10/100BASE-TX Ethernet network

Windows

®

98/98SE/Me Peer-to-Peer printing

Windows NT

®

4.0 and Windows

®

2000/XP TCP/IP printing

Processor

Minimum Speed

Minimum RAM

Recommended

RAM

Pentium

®

II or equivalent for Windows

Professional/XP and Windows NT

®

®

4.0

98/98SE/Me/2000

32MB for Windows

64MB for Windows

®

®

98/98SE/Me

2000 Professional and Windows NT

®

4.0

128MB for Windows

®

XP

64MB for Windows

®

98/98SE/Me

128MB for Windows

®

2000 Professional and Windows NT

®

4.0

256MB for Windows

®

XP

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Appendix A

Function Table and Default Factory Settings

LEVEL

ONE

6.LAN

LEVEL

TWO

1.Setup

TCP/IP

LEVEL THREE

1.BOOT Method

2.IP Address

2.Setup

Internet

3.Subnet Mask

4.Gateway

5.Node Name

6.WINS Config

7.WINS Server

8.DNS Server

9.APIPA

1.Mail Address

2.SMTP Server

OPTIONS

Auto/ Static/ RARP/ BOOTP/ DHCP

[000-255].[000-255].[000-255].[000-255]

OPTIONS

[000-255].[000-255].[000-255].[000-255]

[000-255].[000-255].[000-255].[000-255]

BRN_XXXXXX=(last 6 figures of Ethernet address)

(up to 15 characters)

BRN_XXXXXX

Auto/ Static

(Primary)

[000-255].[000-255].[000-255].[000-255]

(Primary)

[000-255].[000-255].[000-255].[000-255]

(Secondary)

[000-255].[000-255].

[000-255].[000-255]

(Secondary)

[000-255].[000-255].

[000-255].[000-255]

On/Off

(60 characters)

FACTORY SETTING

Auto

[169].[254].[001-254].

[000-255]

*1

255.255.0.0

*1

000.000.000.000

BRN_XXXXXX

Auto

000.000.000.000

000.000.000.000

On

3.Setup

Mail RX

3.POP3 Server

4.Mailbox Name

5.Mailbox Pwd

1.Auto Polling

[000-255].[000-255].[000-255].[000-255]

[000-255].[000-255].[000-255].[000-255]

Name

(up to 30 characters)

Name

(up to 30 characters)

000.000.000.000

000.000.000.000

(up to 20 characters)

Password:******

On/ Off

Verify:******

On

2.Poll Frequency

3.Header

4.Del Error Mail

5.Notification

1.Sender Subject 4.Setup

Mail TX

5.Setup

Relay

2.Size Limit

3.Notification

1.Rly Broadcast

2.Relay Domain xxMin

All/ Suject+From+To/ None

On/ Off

On/ MDN/ Off

On/ Off

On/ Off

On/ Off

RelayXX:

6. Setup

Misc.

3.Relay Report

1.Ethernet

2.Time Zone

On/ Off

Auto/ 100B-FD/ 100B-HD/ 10B-FD/

10B-HD

GMTXXX:XX

Relay01*YYYYY

10 Min

None

On

Off

Internet Fax Job

Off

Off

Off

XX=01-10

YYYYY=(up to 30 characters)

Off

Auto

GMT-XX:XX

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A

Appendix A

7.Scan to

E-mail

1.B/W File Type

2.ColorFile Type

0.Factory

Reset

-

TIFF/PDF

PDF/JPEG

TIFF

JPEG

*1: The factory setting for

IP Address

and

Subnet Mask

may be changed by the

APIPA

setting.

A

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I

Index

A

APIPA ....................................... 1-5, 3-6, A-3

ARP .........................................................A-3

B

BINARY_P1 ............................................A-1

BIP .......................................................... 5-1

BOOTP ..................................... 1-5, 3-2, A-2

BRAdmin Professional ............................ 2-3

BRN_xxxxxx_P1 .....................................A-1

Browser ................................................... 6-1

D

DHCP ....................................... 1-5, 3-3, A-1

DNS ......................................................... 6-1

DNS client ............................................... 1-5

DNS Server ............................................. 3-6

Domain .............................. 2-4, 4-4, 4-6, 5-8

E

E-mail ...................................................... 5-1

Ethernet ................................................. 3-14

G

Gateway .................................................. 3-4

H

HTTP .........................................1-6, 2-4, 6-1

Hyper Text Transfer Protocol ........... 2-4, 6-1

I

Internet .................................................... 5-1

Internet Printing ....................................... 5-1

IP Address ........................................2-1, 3-3

IPP .................................... 1-6, 5-1, 5-7, 8-4

ISP .......................................................... 5-1

L

LAN menu ............................................... 3-1

LED (Print Server) ................................... 8-2

LPR Port ...........................................4-6, 4-8

LPR/LPD ................................................. 1-5

M

MIME ....................................................... 5-1

N

Network Configuration List .................... 3-16

Network printing ...................................... 4-1

Network Shared Printing ......................... 1-4

P

Password ......................................... 4-1, 5-7

Peer to Peer software ............................. 4-6

Peer-to-Peer ............................................ 1-3

Ping .................................................. 8-2, 8-3

POP3 ....................................................... 5-2

Port 9100 ................................................. 1-5

Protocol ................................................... 1-5

R

RARP ....................................... 1-5, 3-2, A-2

Restoring the network settings .............. 3-16

RFC 1001 ................................................A-1

S

Service ....................................................A-1

Simple Mail Transport Protocol ............... 5-1

SMTP ...............................................5-1, 5-5

SMTP client ............................................. 1-6

SNMP ...................................................... 1-6

Specifications ..........................................A-7

Subnet Mask .................................... 2-2, 3-4

T

TCP/IP .............................................. 1-5, 3-1

TCP/IP Printing ....................................... 4-1

TELNET .......................................... 1-6, A-4

TEXT_P1 .................................................A-1

Trademarks ................................................ -i

W

Web Based Management ........................ 6-1

Web Browser .................................... 2-4, 6-1

Web Server ............................................. 1-6

Windows NT

®

4.0 Printing ....................... 4-3

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Index

Windows

®

2000 ................. 4-1, 5-1, 5-7, 8-4

Windows

®

2000/XP Printing .................... 4-1

Windows

®

98/98SE/Me ........................... 8-3

Windows

®

98/Me Printing ........................ 4-6

Windows

®

XP .................... 4-1, 5-1, 5-7, 8-4

WINS Config ........................................... 3-5

WINS Server ........................................... 3-5

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