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Download Panasonic owners manual KXPNB2 user guide
Panasonic
Network Card for Ethernet
Quick Installation Guide
Model no. KX-PNB2
This guide is imended only to cover the general steps in connecting your printer to a network.
Please read this guide first.
For further details on a particular subject, please read the KX-PNB2 User's Guide on the printer's
CD-ROM.
Please carefully read this guide and keep this documentation in a safe place for future reference.
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Network Card for Ethernet, KX-PNB2.
This Network Card for Ethernet (hereafter Network Card) KX-PNB2 is designed for using with the
Panasonic Laser Printer KX-P7500 Series.
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и you purchased the Network Card as an option, the serial number is located on the label on the
Network Card. For your convenience, record this number below and keep this book along with
your proof of purchase, in the event of a theft or for future reference.
MODEL NO. KX-PNB2 NAME OF RESELLER
SERIAL NO. DATE OF PURCHASE
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You can set up the Network Card by using printer's operator panel display or Network Setup
Tool. And also you can set it up by using a web browser such as Netscape Navigator or
Microsoft Internet Explorer since the Network Card supports the HTTP server.
For instructions on how to set up the Network Card using Network Setup Tool or the web
browser, refer to Appendix on page 31.
* Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
» NetWare® is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc, in the United States and other countries.
Netscape Navigator is a trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.
|РХтм апа IPX/SPX:m are trademarks of Novell, Inc.
UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.
Macintosh® is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
Acrobat is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
All other acknowledgments are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
holders.
Screen Shot(s) reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
The instructions are subject to change without notice.
© Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd. 2000
Contents
Before You Start
Features ---------------7-7---"-7-7----7-7-7--------- 4
Instructions on the CD-ROM ----------------------- 4
Unpacking - -----------------------------c0000 0 5
Installation
Installing the Network Card ------------------------ 5
Selecting the Network Print Method - - - --------—-—----- 11
Printing Directly from a Computer------------------- 13
Printing through the Shared Computer (Server) - -- - - - - - - 25
Appendix
By Using the Network Setup Tool------------------- 31
By Using the Web Browser ----------------------- 31
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* Supports 100Base-TX and 10Base-T
* Supports the following operating systems
— Windowse 95*!/Windows 98*27Windows МТ 4.0*3
— NetWare 3.x/NetWare 4.x/NetWare 5.0
— Generic Unix System V Release 3.x, Generic Unix System V Release 4.x, SCO Unix 5.x, SUN
OS 5 (System V, Solaris 2.x), HP-UX (Rel 9.x & Rel 10.x), SUN OS 4 (BSD, Solaris 1.x), Linux
— Macintosh 7.5x, 7.6x, 8.x, 9.0
* Supports the following print protocols
— Windows IP Peer-to-Peer Printing
— Windows IPX Peer-to-Peer Printing
— Windows DLC Peer-to-Peer Printing
— LPR
— PSERVER
— NetWare Printing (PSERVER/APRINTER in NDS and/or Bindery Mode)
* Supports the following network protocols
— TCP/IP —IPX/SPX
— DLC/LLC — Apple Talk
— DHCP -BOOTP
— RARP —SNMP/MIB
— HTTP
*1 Microsoft® Windows® 95 operating system (hereafter Windows 95)
*2 Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating system (hereafter Windows 98)
*3 Microsoft® Windows NT® Workstation operating system and Microsoft® Windows NT®
Server network operating system Version 4.0 (hereafter Windows NT 4.0)
Instructions on the CD-ROM
This Quick Installation Guide describes how to set up the network in Windows 95/Windows 98/
Windows NT 4.0.
Please refer to the KX-PNB2 User's Guide on the printer's CD-ROM for detailed information on
other network environment setup, troubleshooting, etc.
To open the file, perform the following steps after installing the Acrobat Reader program by referring
to the printer's Setup Guide.
(1) Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive.
(2) Double-click the Manual folder and English folder.
(3) Double-click the pnb2.pdf.
Unpacking
If you purchased the Network Card as an option, make sure that the following items are included.
Report damage or shortages to the reseller from where the Network Card was purchased.
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* To prevent damage, be sure to turn OFF the printer when installing/uninstalling the
Network Card.
+ Before installing the Network Card you should discharge any static electricity by
touching any exposed metal surface on the printer, while the printer is still plugged
in to a grounded AC outlet.
* Do not touch any electrical components on the surface of the board to avoid static
electricity.
* Use a shielded cable when using a 100 Base-TX/10 Base-T (RJ-45 type) port to
ensure emission compliance.
* Do not remove the components which are not indicated.
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To remove the printer cover
See the “IMPORTANT” on page 5.
1st cassette
2 Unplug the power cord and disconnect any cables connected to the
connectors on the back of the printer.
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1 Remove the two screws from the metal plate covering the opening for
the cable connector.
2 Remove the plate.
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3 Insert the connector on the Network Card into the network card
connector on the printer control board until it is completely in place
The two connectors should fit snugly together.
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4 Gently tighten the two screws to secure the Network Card to the
printer control board.
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5 a) Replace the top screw loosely and hang the plate on it.
b) Tighten the other four screws.
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7 Set the bottom of the printer cover onto the printer. Make sure the
bottom tabs on the printer cover fit into the corresponding slots in the
printer.
Rotate the cover up towards the printer.
Slide the cover toward the front of the printer until it clicks into place.
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8 a) Gently tighten the two screws.
b)Close the rear cover.
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9 Replace the 1st cassette, then reconnect any interface cables and
power cord.
10 Connect a twisted-pair network cable (not supplied) to the RJ-45
port.
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11 Turn ON the printer.
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* The top green LED comes on when the cable is connected to the port on the Network
Card.
*e After booting, the bottom green LED should blink irregularly and the top green LED
should come on continuously,
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Selecting the Network Print Method
There are two ways of network printing. You may need to contact your network administrator to
select it.
e Printing directly from a computer
e Printing through the shared computer (server) (page 12)
Printing directly from a computer
A print job of a computer is transferred directly to the Network Card (printer). This method is
recommended for a small network and has the advantage of fewer setup steps. However, as the
network gets larger, there will be more network traffic causing longer waiting status for the print jobs
to be printed.
Firstiy, select a network protocol which you are using or want to use.
Secondly, select the printing method.
When using TCP/IP protocol:
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A print job of a computer (client) is transferred to the Network Card (printer) by the shared computer
(server). This method requires a server and is recommended for a larger networks because it lets
the server manage the flow of print data and provides faster printing. In addition, the setup will be
easy with more computers connected in the future.
Firstly, select a network protocol! which you are using or want to use on the shared computer (server).
Secondly, select the printing method.
When using TCP/IP protocol:
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The network printing is configured in the following outline order.
Step 1 setting up the TCP/IP protocol on the Network Card (page 14)
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Step 1: Setting up the TCP/IP protocol on the Network Card
The setting up of IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway are required for the Network Card.
Normally there are two ways to set up these addresses. You may need to ask your network
administrator about the set up of these addresses.
e By using the DHCP server
e By using the printers operator pane! display
E By using the DHCP server
This Network Card supports DHCP server. Therefore, it is possible to assign the IP address, etc.
automatically from the DHCP server.
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In case of the factory default, once the IP address, etc. is assigned, it will be kept in
the printer's memory. When the printer is turned on again, the Network Card attempts
to obtain the same IP address, etc. But if the DHCP server has already lent this
address to other device, a different IP address, etc. will be assigned.
* The IP address assigned from a DHCP server has either limited or infinite lease term.
It is recommended to use Infinite lease with this Network Card. The Network Card
does not ask for an extension of the lease even if its IP address has a limited lease
term. If the infinite IP address is assigned, the lease term is terminated when the
printer is turned off.
E By using the printer's operator panel display
If the administrator manages the IP address, ask your network administrator for the values. If not,
decide the value by referring to the example below.
The IP address must be unique on every network computer and device. The Subnet Mask must be
the same on all network computers and devices.
Example: Assigning the IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway.
IP Address: 10.x.x.x (For x, you can choose any number from 0 - 255 except 0.0.0.0
and 255.255.255.255)
Subnet Mask: 255.000.000.000
Default Gateway: Not required.
NOTE
« |t is recommended to select “DLC Peer-to -Peer printing” if you use Windows 95/
Windows 98 and you have trouble setting up the IP address values. lts settings are
comparatively easy.
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Make sure “READY” appears on the printer's operator panel display.
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Press ON LINE/CONTINUE button.
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Press MENU O button until “NETWORK MENU” appears.
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the Example on page 14.)
* Pressing the VALUE O button once will increase the value by one.
(if you keep pressing the button, the value will continue to increase.)
* Pressing the O VALUE button once will decrease the value by one.
The value is set at 255 after O.
(If you keep pressing the button, the value will continue to decrease.)
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see the Example on page 14.)
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(if you keep pressing the button, the value will continue to increase.)
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value, see the Example on page 14.)
* Pressing the VALUE О button once will increase the value by one.
(if you keep pressing the button, the value will continue to increase.)
* Pressing the () VALUE button once will decrease the value by one.
The value is set at 255 after O.
(if you keep pressing the button, the value will continue to decrease.)
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Step 2: Setting up the TCP/IP protocol on the computer
To use IP Peer-to-Peer printing directly from the computer, the TCP/IP protocol must be installed
and set up on the computer.
If the TCP/IP protocol is used on the computer, proceed to “Step 3: Installing and setting up IP Peer-
to-Peer printer port on the computer” on page 20.
If not, install the TCP/IP protocol by referring to the Help menu for Windows 95, Windows 98 or
Windows NT 4.0. The IP Address, Subnet Mask and the Default Gateway must be assigned when
installing it. Set them using one of the following two ways.
If the TCP/IP protocol setting in the Network Card is set from the DHCP server, proceed to “Setting
from the DHCP server” below. If it is done by using printer's operator panel display, proceed to
“Setting by direct entering” below.
E Setting up from the DHCP server:
If the administrator manages the network at the DHCP server, each address is automatically
assigned from the DHCP server.
M Setting up by direct entering:
If the administrator manages the IP address, ask your network administrator to confirm the values,
and then enter them, If not, decide the value by referring to the example on page 14, and then enter
them.
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* Make sure step 1 and step 2 (page 14 to 19) are set correctly.
(1) On Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows NT 4.0, click | Start |, select Programs and
click MS-DOS Prompt.
(2) Type ping, press the space key, then enter the IP address.
[Example] >ping 179.40.0.5
(3) Press [Enter |.
If “Reply from XXXXXXXXXX” message is displayed on the screen, the
addresses have been set correctly. If not, those are not set correctly, and you
should go back to “Installing the Network Card” on page 5.
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Step 3: Installing and setting up IP Peer-to-Peer printer port on
the computer
Hl Installing the printer driver
If the printer driver has not been installed, install it by the CD-ROM supplied with the printer. For
detailed instructions, see the printer's Operating Instructions on the CD-ROM.
NOTE
* If installing the PostScript printer driver, select “Local printer” when a message to
select local printer or network printer appears. And select LPT1 when available port
list appears.
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7 Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive.
2 Click English and click Network Utilities.
3 Selecta printer model and click [Select].
4 Click three times.
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the Properties window, set up printer as shared. For more information, refer to Help
menu for Windows 95/ Windows 98/ Windows NT 4.0.
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1 Click [Start], select Settings, and click Printers.
Click the printer with the Network Card installed and right-click.
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You must logon into the server using the supervisor privilege to perform the following steps.
1 Click [Start], select Settings, and click Printers.
Click the printer with the Network Card installed and right-click.
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Click the Sharing tab.
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Step 5: Setting up the separator page on the server
1 Click [Start], select Settings, and click Printers.
2 Click the printer with the Network Card installed and right-click.
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Click to close the printer properties window.
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Step 6: Setting up the printer port on the client
HE Installing the printer driver
If the printer driver has not been installed, install it by the CD-ROM supplied with the printer. For
detailed instructions, see the printer's Operating Instructions on the CD-ROM.
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Write down the server name and printer name because you need to enter them in
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(1) Double-click the Network Neighborhood icon.
(2) Double-click the objective server.
(3) Shared printer should be displayed on the screen.
If not, set up the Network by referring to Windows Help.
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1 Click | Start], select Settings, and click Printers.
Click the printer with the Network Card installed and right-click.
Click the Properties.
Click the Details tab.
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Click the printer with the Network Card installed and right-click.
Click Properties.
Click the Ports tab.
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Enter the printer path name connected to the server in the following
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Technical Support Calls
If you have read this manual and tried the troubleshooting procedures and you are still having
difficulty, please contact the reseller from which the unit was purchased. You may also call the
end user technical support telephone number which is operational during East Coast business
hours (9:00 AM to 7:00 PM). The end user technical support number is 1-800-PANASYS.
This number is availabte within the U.S. only.
Helpful Phone Numbers
To locate your nearest sales dealer CALL 1-800-742-8086
To order consumables CALL 1-800-833-9626
To order operating instructions/CD's CALL 1-800-833-9626
To tocate your nearest authorized service center CALL 1-800-726-2797
For technical support CALL 1-800-PANASYS
Automated 24-hour support via Fax back CALL 1-800-PANASYS
World Wide Web Technicai & Driver Support http://www.panasonic.com/office/printer
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Two Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
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