Operating instructions | Avery 7411 Printer User Manual

Operating Instructions
TC7411ENOI Rev. AE 1/09
Monarch®
9825 ®
Printers
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
GETTING STARTED ......................................................................................1-1
Overview ................................................................................................1-1
System Requirements ..............................................................................1-2
Network Protocols Supported ....................................................................1-2
Checking the Print Server Hardware ..........................................................1-3
Verifying Successful Installation ...............................................................1-4
Sample Test Page ................................................................................1-5
CONFIGURING THE 802.11B/G AND IP SETTINGS .........................................2-1
Configuring the Print Server .....................................................................2-1
Before You Begin ....................................................................................2-1
Installing the Software .............................................................................2-2
MANAGEMENT METHODS ............................................................................3-1
MonarchNet Console ................................................................................3-1
HP JetAdmin Utility ..................................................................................3-1
HP Web JetAdmin Utility ..........................................................................3-1
Microsoft Windows Network Configuration ............................................3-2
Additional Windows Configuration Methods ................................................3-2
UNIX Network Configuration .....................................................................3-2
Berkeley UNIX Host Configuration .............................................................3-3
Sun Solaris Configuration .....................................................................3-4
HP/UX Configuration ................................................................................3-6
IBM AIX Configuration..............................................................................3-7
Web Browser...........................................................................................3-8
Configuration on Other Systems ................................................................3-8
Table of Contents i
USING THE WEB INTERFACE .......................................................................4-1
Logging In ..............................................................................................4-2
Configuring the Printer .............................................................................4-3
Configuring the Print Port Settings ............................................................4-4
Configuring Print Services ........................................................................4-5
Setting NetWare Parameters.....................................................................4-6
Changing TCP/IP Settings ........................................................................4-7
Configuring PrintraNet .............................................................................4-8
Changing Wireless Settings ......................................................................4-9
Configuring Alerts and Traps .................................................................. 4-10
Receiving An Alert.............................................................................. 4-12
SNMP IP Traps .................................................................................. 4-13
SNMP Netware Traps ......................................................................... 4-14
Changing the Passwords ........................................................................ 4-15
Setting the Network Card Access Password .......................................... 4-16
Setting the Network Card Update Password .......................................... 4-17
Configuring Network Protocols ................................................................ 4-18
Controlling IP Access ............................................................................. 4-19
To Add Hosts: .................................................................................... 4-19
To Remove Hosts ............................................................................... 4-20
Configuring Network Security .................................................................. 4-20
Printing a Test Page .............................................................................. 4-22
Using the Console ................................................................................. 4-22
Updating Firmware ................................................................................ 4-23
Basic Security Configurations ................................................................. 4-24
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TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................................................................5-1
General Troubleshooting Information .........................................................5-1
Troubleshooting Wireless Configuration Problems.......................................5-5
Troubleshooting Network Configuration ......................................................5-6
Technical Support....................................................................................5-6
TELNET CONSOLE COMMANDS....................................................................6-1
Help Commands ......................................................................................6-3
General Commands .................................................................................6-5
802.11b/g Wireless Commands .................................................................6-8
TCP/IP Commands ................................................................................ 6-13
SNMP Commands .................................................................................. 6-15
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................ A-1
802.3 Specifications ............................................................................... A-1
Optional 802.11b/g Specifications ............................................................ A-1
Options ................................................................................................. A-2
GLOSSARY ................................................................................................. G-1
INDEX ............................................................................................................ I
Table of Contents iii
iv
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
1
The Monarch 7411 Print Server lets you communicate with the
Monarch 9825 printer on a wired Ethernet 802.3 network, or on an
802.11b or 802.11g wireless network. 802.11b/g refers to 802.11b and
802.11g in this manual.
Information in this document supercedes information in previous versions.
Check our Web site (www.monarch.com) for the latest documentation and
release information.
Overview
You can use the print server in Ad-Hoc (peer-to-peer) or infrastructure
(access point) wireless mode. The print server operates at speeds of up to
11 Mbps on any IEEE 802.11b and 54 Mbps on any IEEE 802.11g wireless
compatible networks.
The wireless print server includes a dual-mode built-in wired Ethernet
(802.3) connection so the print server automatically switches between
wireless and wired Ethernet mode within the same subnet address. When
switching between wired and wireless mode on different subnets, turn off the
printer and then turn it back on to reinitialize the print server.
Follow the instructions in this manual to configure the wireless print server
for your printer. For more information and software downloads, see Chapter
5, “Troubleshooting.”
Getting Started 1-1
System Requirements
To use the print server for printing from a wireless network, you need an
802.11b/g wireless network. The wireless network consists of either of the
following:
♦ An 802.11b/g wireless enabled PC printing straight to the printer (Ad-Hoc
or Peer-to-Peer Mode).
♦ An 802.11b/g wireless access point allowing wireless and wired Ethernet
enabled computers to print to the print server (Infrastructure Mode).
To configure and print, you need the following:
1. The MAC address from the label of the print server (for example:
004017023F96).
2. The following information from your wireless network administrator:
♦ Wireless Mode (Infrastructure or Ad-Hoc)
♦ The SSID (service set identifier) for your wireless network.
♦ If you are using TCP/IP (recommended for Windows Networks) and are
not connected to a server that automatically assigns your IP address, you
need to set the printer in Static mode and assign a unique IP Address for
the wireless print server (for example: 192.168.1.14) and a subnet mask.
A router (default gateway) address is optional.
Network Protocols Supported
♦
TCP/IP:
LPD/LPR, FTP, or IPP
Raw TCP/IP (port 9100 or any chosen port)
NetBIOS over IP (with SMB)
NetWare (NEST)
NetBEUI
DLC
♦
Telnet
♦
WINS
♦
DHCP
1-2 Ethernet Operating Instructions
Checking the Print Server Hardware
The print server comes preinstalled and tested in your printer. Do not plug
any cables into the parallel port when using the print server. A printer with
this print server cannot use the parallel port. However, the serial port is still
active.
An tenna
Test/Reset Button
Serial
Port
Getting Started 1-3
Verifying Successful Installation
When the print server is turned on, it goes through the following startup
sequence:
♦ It runs through a set of power-up diagnostics for a few seconds. The top
orange light comes on when the unit is turned on. The middle light
comes on solid yellow when an Ethernet link (wired 10baseT) is
established. The bottom comes on solid green when an Ethernet (wired
100baseTX) link is established. Both the yellow and green lights will
come on solid when a wireless link is established. The yellow and green
lights blink during network activity. The top light blinks orange if there is
an error.
Test/Reset Button
Press this button down for less than 5 seconds to
print a test page on the printer. The test page
shows the current wireless and network settings of
the print server. See “Sample Test Page” for more
information. If the test page does not print, see
Chapter 5, “Troubleshooting.”
Press this button down for more than 5 seconds
while turned on to reset the print server to its
factory default parameters. The print server reinitializes automatically.
LED Status Indicators
The top orange light comes on when the unit is
turned on. The middle light comes on solid yellow
when an Ethernet link (wired 10baseT) is
established. The bottom comes on solid green
when an Ethernet (wired 100baseTX) link is
established. Both the yellow and green lights come
on solid when a wireless link is established. The
yellow and green lights blink during network
activity. The top light blinks orange if there is an
error.
Antenna
A rugged 802.11b/g compatible antenna, mounted
on the back of plastic-cover printers or on the top
of metal-cover printers.
1-4 Ethernet Operating Instructions
Sample Test Page
The test page is best displayed using 4” wide by 6” long labels. If the label
is too small, some information may print outside the label edges.
PAXAR
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address
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B o o t V er . 1 . 0
E t h er n e t : 0 0 - 4 0 - 1 7 - 1e - 8 5 - 9 2 E N _ 1 1
N o d e n am e: M O N _ 0 0 2 07 7
A c t i v e S er v ic es :
P X R I E 8 5 92 _X 1
BINARY_X1
TEXT_X1
POSTSCRIPT_X1
P C L_ X 1
N et w a r e R et r i es :
F r a m e t y p e N et w o r k
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A p p l e T a lk Z on e:
N et B I O S C o m p ut er N am e:
N et B I O S D o m a i n:
P r i m a r y W I N S s er v er
W iFi settings
S ec o nd a r y W I N S s e r v er
TCP/IP
settings
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DHCP
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W iF i C ha n ne l:
0
W iF i S S I D :
AAA
W iF i M o d e: I N F R A S T R U C T U R E
W iF i S p e ed :
54
W iF i W E P :
D is a b le d
W iF i S i g na l Q u al it y :
75%
Actual SSID:
W ir ed/ W ir e le s s :
N et w a r e S t a t u s : N ot
Mode: Queue Server
S er v e r N am e:
WIRED
NETWORK STATISTICS
P ac k e t s R e c e i v e d
B y t e s R ec e iv e d
B a d P ac k et s R ec e iv e d
R e c e iv er e r r or m as k
R e c e iv er o v e r r un s
P ac k e t s T r a ns m i t t e d
B y t e s T r a ns m i t t e d
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How print
server is
communicating
Getting Started 1-5
1-6 Ethernet Operating Instructions
C O N F I G U R I N G T H E 8 0 2 . 11 b / g
AND IP SETTINGS
2
Configuring the Print Server
To configure the print server for a 802.11b/g wireless network, you must set
the wireless mode (Ad-Hoc or infrastructure), SSID, channel (Ad-Hoc mode
only), data rate and security. All nodes of a wireless network need to have
the same settings in order to communicate with each other.
Before You Begin
Properly configure your computer for communication on a wireless network
before you continue. If you are connecting to the device through an access
point, your computer should be in infrastructure mode and associated with
the access point. If you are connecting directly to the device without an
access point, you should be in Ad-Hoc mode.
Note:
If your wireless adapter includes an option for 802.11 Ad-Hoc, you
must select it if you need to use the printer in Ad-Hoc mode. If it
does not include this option, select Ad-Hoc Computer-to-Computer,
or whatever mode your adapter uses to communicate on a wireless
network without an access point.
If you are using WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) encryption or other
advanced security, such as WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access), on your wireless
network, temporarily disable the security on your PC in order to configure
the print server. If you are using an access point with security enabled and it
does not allow non-secure clients to communicate with other non-secure
clients, temporarily change the wireless mode of your computer to Ad-Hoc
(802.11) mode.
Note:
If no computers on your network can be set to Ad-Hoc mode,
temporarily disable security on your access point. When you are
done configuring the print server, you can re-enable security on your
computer and change the wireless mode back if necessary. You can
also use a wired connection to configure the print server.
Configuring the 802.11b/g and IP Settings 2-1
♦ If you are using TCP/IP, note your computer’s IP address. The print
server needs to be on the same IP segment as the other nodes on your
network in order to communicate.
♦ You should have a good signal between your computer and the access
point.
Installing the Software
The following operating systems are supported:
Microsoft Windows NT 4, 2000, and XP.
Follow these steps to install the Monarch® NetManager software and
configure the print server. You can also download the utility from our Web
site.
1.
Insert the CD-ROM (included with your printer) into your PC.
2.
Click on the Software folder, click Network Utilities, NetManager folder,
then click on Setup.exe.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions for installing the utility. When
NetManager starts for the first time, you will see the NetManager
Welcome screen.
You are prompted to enter a View name. Then you can either select the
protocol and filter settings, or “Automatically create a view with default
settings.”
4. Click Finish to begin searching for print servers. NetManager gets the
information from the print server(s) and lists the server name, IP address,
and hardware (Ethernet) address. It might take a minute or two for the
printer server to show up, especially if you have a large wireless network.
The default name of the print server is PXRxxxxxx, where xxxxxx is the
last 6 digits of the Ethernet address (for example, PXR08B2C7).
Note:
If you do not see the print server in the list, hold down the test
button on the back of the print server for more than 5 seconds to
reset it to factory defaults and try the search again. If you still do not
see it, see Chapter 5, “Troubleshooting.”
5. When you see the print server you need to configure in the list, highlight
it and click the Configuration tool.
2-2 Ethernet Operating Instructions
Note:
If the wireless signal is less than 50% on the Wireless Status
screen, printing performance could be affected. To improve the
signal strength, try moving the print server closer to the computer or
access point and away from other radio devices such as Bluetooth®
wireless devices, microwave ovens, or 2.4 gigahertz cordless
phones.
6. Configure your print server to the settings you need. Many of the fields
are automatically configured to match the network being used, so you
may not need to change the Wireless Mode, RF Channel, SSID, and Data
Rate settings unless you need to change the print server to a different
wireless network.
♦ If your network uses WEP encryption or other advanced security, you
need to enable the security and enter the appropriate key(s). Contact
your system administrator to determine what information you need.
♦ If you are using TCP/IP and you do not have a DHCP server (see note
below), you need to manually assign a valid IP address, subnet mask,
and gateway and then set the boot method to static.
7. When you are done configuring, click OK. You are prompted to save
changes and reset the print server. Click OK. The print server resets with
your new configuration. This may take several minutes.
Note:
If you are using DHCP on your network, the print server may have
acquired valid IP settings at this point and no further configuration is
necessary. This might work well if your DHCP server allows the print
server to keep this address permanently, but in most cases, you
should use a static address outside the range reserved for DHCP
(Refer to your DHCP server documentation for details). This is
because when you configure your printer port, it goes to a static IP
address.
Configuring the 802.11b/g and IP Settings 2-3
2-4 Ethernet Operating Instructions
MANAGEMENT METHODS
3
There are a variety of ways to configure and monitor the print
server. These methods are: Web browser, NetMgr, MonarchNet Console, HP
JetAdmin, HP Web JetAdmin, or Telnet. For Telnet/console mode
information, see Chapter 6, “Telnet Console Commands.”
MonarchNet Console
This is a command-line oriented console that contains features not available
through NetManager or a Web browser. The default password is access.
The console can be accessed via:
♦ Telnet
♦ Web browser
Note: Enter the IP address in the browser. When prompted to enter
password, type access . On the network configuration main menu,
select Console. The screen allows you to enter console commands.
See Chapter 6, “Telnet Console Commands,” for more information.
HP JetAdmin Utility
This HP Windows-based utility (works transparently with JetAdmin) can be
downloaded from the HP Web site (www.hp.com).
Note:
The print server does not appear in the list of configured servers
unless TCP/IP or IPX is running on the computer.
HP Web JetAdmin Utility
This HP utility for Windows NT Advanced Server and Windows 2000 can be
downloaded from the HP Web site (www.hp.com). Once it is installed, a web
browser on any computer that has access to the Windows NT/2000 server
may be used to access the print server.
Management Methods 3-1
Microsoft Windows Network Configuration
The print server includes the easy-to-use NetManager software for printing
from Windows computers over an 802.11b/g wireless link. This software
creates a network port on the Windows system, which acts like a normal
parallel port. As a result, it works transparently with any standard Windows
printer driver and application program. Because this software uses the
industry-standard TCP/IP protocol, it can be used with IP routers and other
IP-based equipment.
Additional Windows Configuration Methods
The print server is also compatible with other methods of printing from
Windows. These include the Standard TCP/IP port option in Windows
2000/XP, and the lpr port option in Windows NT that are built into the
operating system.
UNIX Network Configuration
The print server appears to the network as a UNIX host computer with a
unique IP address running the line printer daemon (LPD) protocol. As a
result, any host computer that supports the Berkeley remote-lpr command
can spool jobs to the print server without the need for any special software
on the host computer.
Note:
Before configuring a UNIX print queue, the print server must have a
valid IP address.
3-2 Ethernet Operating Instructions
Berkeley UNIX Host Configuration
Berkeley UNIX host computers include Linux, Digital Equipment Corporation
Digital UNIX, OSF/1, and ULTRIX; Compaq Tru64 UNIX; SunOS (not
Solaris), SCO UNIX; and many others. Sun Solaris, HP/UX, IBM AIX users
should skip to the appropriate sections later in this manual.
♦
Do not use the Linux X-Windows graphical user interface printer
configuration utility, because it does not work with Paxar print servers.
Instead, Linux users should follow the configuration steps listed in this
section.
♦
SCO UNIX users should use the rlpconf command to create a printer and
automatically configure the /etc/printcap file (you will still need to edit the
/etc/hosts file). Enter the print server's service name (MONxxxxxx_P1) as
the name of the printer (refer to the print server self-test for the exact
name of this service), and enter the name of the print server that you
assigned in the /etc/hosts file as the remote host name; note that
because this name must be unique for each printer, we recommend using
the MONxxxxxx_P1 service instead of the normal BINARY_P1 service.
1. Edit the /etc/hosts file: (or equivalent local host table). For example:
192.189.207.33
monprinter
2. Edit the printcap file: An example of a typical entry in the printcap file is:
MonarchPrinter:\
:lp=:\
:rm=MON:\
:rp=BINARY_P1:\
:sd=/usr/spool/lpd/MonarchPrinter:
"MonarchPrinter" is the queuename.
"MON" matches the name in the hosts file.
"BINARY_P1" is the print server's service name.
Note:
Use TEXT_P1 instead of BINARY_P1 for text files."sd" is the spool
directory.
Management Methods 3-3
3. Create the spool directory: The lpd spool directory is usually located in
the /usr/spool directory. To create a new spool directory, use the mkdir
command; for example:
mkdir /usr/spool/lpd/MonarchPrinter
4. Print using the standard lpr command:
lpr –PMonarchPrinter
filename
5. For AT&T based UNIX systems, such as SCO, use the standard lp
command:
lp –dMonarchPrinter
filename
Sun Solaris Configuration
To use a print server with Sun Solaris, first use the Host Manager in the
Admintool utility to add the print server IP address and name to the
/etc/hosts file.
1. Click None - Use /etc files on host
2. Click Apply.
3. Click Edit and then Add Host.
4. Enter the print server name as the Host Name (this name is anything you
want, but should not have an "_" character in it).
5. Enter the IP address and Ethernet address of the print server (the
Ethernet address has the format aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff)
6. Click Add and then close the Host Manager windows.
3-4 Ethernet Operating Instructions
7. Use the Printer Manager in the Admintool utility under Open Windows as
follows:
Select Edit
Select Add
Select Add Access to Remote Printer
At the PrinterName prompt, type any name for the print queue
At the Printer Server prompt, type:
name\!servicename
(for example, MonarchPrinter\!BINARY_P1), where:
name matches the print server name as entered in the host’s table.
servicename is the print service name. For binary graphics files use
the service BINARY_P1; for text files use the service TEXT_P1.
8. Set the Print Server OS to BSD (this is the default setting).
9. Select Add.
10. To print, use the standard lp command; for example:
lp –dMonarchPrinter
filename
Notes:
♦ We recommend using the /etc/hosts file for the printer name rather than
NIS or other name services.
♦ Due to a bug in the Sun lpd implementation on Solaris 2.4 and earlier
releases, may cause problems printing very long print jobs. The
workaround is to configure the print server as an HP JetDirect card using
the HP JetAdmin for UNIX software.
♦ Solaris print queues can also be configured from the UNIX shell using the
lpadmin command.
Management Methods 3-5
HP/UX Configuration
To configure a print server using HP/UX 10.x, use the same program and
these steps:
1.
When you get a list of options, select Printers and Plotters.
2.
Select LP Spooler.
3.
Select Printers and Plotters.
4.
Select Actions and then Add Remote Printer/Plotter.
5.
Enter any name as the Printer Name (this is the name of the print
queue).
6.
Enter the IP address of the print server as the Remote System Name.
7.
Enter the print server service name (BINARY_P1 for binary files or
TEXT_P1 for text files) as the Remote Printer Name.
8.
Check the box next to Remote Printer is on BSD System.
9.
You may accept the default values for the remaining items.
10. Click OK to configure the printer.
11. You should now be able to print using the lp -d command with the printer
name.
Notes:
♦ The configuration for HP Distributed Print Services and for earlier
versions of HP/UX is slightly different.
♦ The print server can also be configured as a JetDirect card using HP/UX.
To do this, you will need the HP UNIX Host Printing Software (part of
HP's JetAdmin for UNIX).
3-6 Ethernet Operating Instructions
IBM AIX Configuration
To configure a print server on IBM AIX 4.x, use the SMIT program as follows:
1.
Enter smit and select Devices.
2.
Select Printer/plotter.
3.
Select Manage remote printer subsystem.
4.
Select Client services.
5.
Select Remote printer queues.
6.
Select Add a remote queue. Enter the following remote queue settings:
♦ Name of queue to add (user selectable) Activate the queue (Yes).
♦ Destination host (print server’s IP address; or if you have configured the
/etc/hosts file, use the name of the print server that you specified in that
file).
♦ Name of queue on remote printer BINARY_P1 for binary files or TEXT_P1
for text files).
♦ Name of device to add (user selectable; for example lp0).
7.
You should now be able to print using the normal lp -d command.
Notes:
♦ The configuration for earlier versions of AIX is slightly different.
♦ The print server can also be configured as a JetDirect card using AIX. To
do this, refer to your AIX documentation.
Management Methods 3-7
Web Browser
This utility allows the user to configure the print server with a standard web
browser like Microsoft® Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox®. No additional
software is needed on the system. It can be used on any system that
supports web browser capabilities.
Simply type the IP address into your Web browser address bar to connect.
The default password is access .
Note:
Both the print server and the PC must be configured with an IP
address and your browser must be configured to work across a LAN
in order to use a Web browser. See Chapter 4, “Using the Web
Interface” for more information.
Configuration on Other Systems
The print server can be used with any computer system that supports the
LPR/LPD protocol or HP JetDirect (port 9100 is the default; however, it can
be reconfigured). Refer to the system’s documentation to configure
LPR/LPD or JetDirect print queues.
3-8 Ethernet Operating Instructions
U S I N G T H E W E B I N T E R FA C E
4
You can configure and manage the printer and print server using
your Web Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 6.0, or greater or
Netscape Communicator, version 4.7 or greater or Mozilla Firefox®.
Notes:
♦ The screen pictures shown in this manual may not exactly
match the software, since the technology is changing so
rapidly.
♦ The recommended screen area resolution for your PC is
1024 x 768 pixels.
♦ Before you begin, you need to know your printer’s IP
address. The printer should be turned on and ready to
receive data.
It may take a minute or more before a wireless connection is associated
between the print server and the access point. When the printer is
connected to an access point, you see
Print Mode
Ready
The printer is connected and ready to receive data.
Using the Web Interface 4-1
Logging In
1. Start your Web browser.
2. Type in your printer’s IP address and press Enter. For example,
192.0.0.192.
3. From the side menu, click Login.
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4. Type access for the password. To change the password, see “Setting the
Network Card Access Password,” for more information. The password is
case-sensitive and saved in the printer’s flash memory.
5. Click Submit.
The Printer Status page appears with information about your printer,
including printer name, Ethernet address, firmware version and more.
Click the Paxar link if you need to contact us.
Configuring the Printer
You can configure the printer using your Web browser. Only configure the
settings required for your network/printer.
1. From the side menu, click Server Settings.
This screen allows you to change the name, location, and other
information for your server. It also allows you to set SNMP
parameters for the server, reset the server and restore server default
settings.
2. Enter your information and click Submit.
Using the Web Interface 4-3
3. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
4 . Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Configuring the Print Port Settings
This screen allows you to view available ports, change port settings, cancel
print jobs, and view the job log for each available port. Only configure the
settings required for your network/printer.
1. From the side menu, click Printer Port. The available ports are listed.
2. Click the name of the port you want to modify. The Print Port Settings
screen appears.
3. Enter the new attributes and click Submit.
4. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
5. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
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You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Configuring Print Services
Only configure the settings required for your network/printer.
1. From the side menu, click Print Services. The Configure Service screen
appears.
2. Click the name of the service you want to modify from the available
services listed.
Each configure service screen allows you to specify ports, determine
network protocols, set filters and more.
3. Enter the new attributes and click Submit.
4. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
5. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
Using the Web Interface 4-5
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Setting NetWare Parameters
You can modify the NetWare parameters from your Web browser. To update
NetWare settings, use Telnet console commands. See Chapter 6, “Telnet
Console Commands” for more information.
1. From the side menu, click NetWare.
2. Click the name of the enable service to modify the NetWare parameters
for that service. See “Configuring Print Services” for more information.
You can also change the network frame type (packet format),
NetWare password, or disable NetWare.
3. When you are finished, click Submit.
4. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
5. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
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You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Changing TCP/IP Settings
Only configure the settings required for your network/printer.
1. From the side menu, click TCP/IP.
2. Click the name of the enabled service to modify the TCP/IP parameters
for that service. See “Configuring Print Services” for more information.
3. You can change protocols, assign an IP address, subnet mask, gateway
and more.
Note:
If you disable the IP protocol, you will not be able to configure the
printer from your Web browser.
4. When you are finished, click Submit.
5. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
6. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
Using the Web Interface 4-7
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Configuring PrintraNet
Only configure the settings required for your network/printer.
1. From the side menu, click PrintraNet.
2. Enter the IP address of the POP3 or SNMP server on your network where
internet print jobs are located.
You may also specify a mailbox name and password. For no password
required, enter a single space in the field provided.
3. Click Submit.
4. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
5. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
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You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Changing Wireless Settings
This screen allows you to set your wireless parameters. You can change
modes, specify your SSID, modify your channel (Ad-Hoc mode only), network
speed, access point density, and more. You can also configure network
security. See “Configuring Network Security” for more information. Only
configure the settings required for your network/printer.
1. From the side menu, click Wireless.
2. Select your information and click Submit.
3. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
4. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
Using the Web Interface 4-9
You must re-enter your access password to make any further
changes to the printer settings.
Configuring Alerts and Traps
Alerts and SNMP are supported with the release of version 3.0 or greater
printer firmware. The printer also contains the minimum set required to be
compliant with MIB version 2.0 (RFC 3805).
Email Alerts
To set up an email alert when the printer goes offline, has a paper jam, or
other error:
1.
From the side menu, click Alerts and Traps.
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2.
Click Email Alerts to setup the mail server and select users to receive
messages about the printer’s status.
3.
Enter your SMTP server, email address, and the errors you want to
receive notification for. You can enter up to eight email addresses.
4.
Click Submit.
5. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
6. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Using the Web Interface 4-11
Receiving An Alert
When the printer goes offline, has a paper jam, or any other error that you
selected notification for, a similar email appears in the specified User’s
inbox:
The text of the email follows:
MonarchNet2 Printer Alert!!!
Prn IP:192.0.0.192
Prn Name:PXR8A97CA
Going Off-Line
Please DO NOT REPLY to this message.
Perform the appropriate action to correct the problem. Make sure the
printer’s display says “Print Mode Ready” after the problem is corrected.
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SNMP IP Traps
1. From the Alerts and Traps screen, click SNMP IP Traps.
2. Enter a community name, IP address, and the errors you want to receive
notification for. You can enter up to eight IP addresses.
3. Click Submit.
4. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
5. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Using the Web Interface 4-13
SNMP Netware Traps
1. From the Alerts and Traps screen, click SNMP Netware Traps.
2. Enter a community name, IPX address, IPX Node address, and the errors
you want to receive notification for. You can enter up to four IPX
addresses.
3. Click Submit.
4. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
5. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
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Changing the Passwords
1. You can change the network access password, network update password,
configure network security, IP access, or protocol, print a test page,
access the console, or update firmware from the Web Admin
Configuration screen.
2. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
3. Select which password to change:
♦
Network Card Access
♦
Network Card Update
Using the Web Interface 4-15
Setting the Network Card Access Password
When set, the network card access password allows you to view the Web
interface and the remote console. The default is access. The password is
case-sensitive and stored in the printer’s flash memory.
Make a note of the password if you change it.
Changing the password also restricts access to
Telnet sessions.
1. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
2. Click Configure Network Card Access Password.
3. Enter a new network access password.
4. Retype the new password to confirm it.
5. Click Submit.
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Setting the Network Card Update Password
When set, the network card update password allows you to change variables
in the Web interface and the remote console.
1. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
2. Click Configure Network Card Update Password.
3. Enter a new network update password.
4. Retype the new password to confirm it.
5. Click Submit.
Using the Web Interface 4-17
Configuring Network Protocols
1. Only configure the settings required for your network/printer. To enable or
disable protocols:
2. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
3. Click Protocol Control.
4. Check or uncheck the network and IP protocols to enable or disable the
necessary protocols.
Note:
If you disable the TCP/IP protocol, all IP protocols are disabled
automatically.
5. Click Submit.
6. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
7. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
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Controlling IP Access
1. You can limit which remote hosts are able to access the printer by setting
up an IP address range.
2. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
3. Click Configure IP Access Control.
To Add Hosts:
1. Enter a range of remote IP addresses that are allowed access to the
printer. Any requests from hosts outside this range will be rejected.
2. Click Add.
3. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
4. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
5. The range of accepted IP addresses is listed in the drop-down menu.
Using the Web Interface 4-19
To Remove Hosts
1. Select a range from the drop-down menu.
2. Click Remove.
3. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
4. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Configuring Network Security
This screen allows you to enable or disable network security, assign WEP
keys, set up a User ID and password, select an authentication protocol, and
more. See “Basic Security Configurations” for more information.
1. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
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2. Click Configure Network Security.
3. Assign the necessary security settings for your network.
4. Click Submit.
5. Click the reset link at the bottom of the screen. The Reset Server screen
appears.
6. Click Submit and wait five seconds for the printer to reset. Even though
you submitted your changes on the previous screen, they do not take
effect until you reset the printer.
You must re-enter your access password to make any further changes to
the printer settings.
Using the Web Interface 4-21
Printing a Test Page
1. You can use the Web interface to send a test page to the printer.
2. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
3. Click Print Test Page.
Using the Console
The Custom Commands menu allows you to enter Telnet console commands.
1.
From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
2.
Click Console.
3.
Enter a Telnet console command. See Chapter 6, “Telnet Console
Commands,” for more information.
4.
Click Enter. The results from a Telnet command appear.
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Updating Firmware
You can update the printer’s firmware. Make sure the Resident (Boot
Loader) is version 2.3 or greater.
1. From the side menu, click Admin. The Web Admin Configuration screen
appears.
2. Click Update Firmware.
3. The printer should be connected and ready to receive data.
4. Type the TFTP Server IP address.
5. Type the relative pathname (relative to your TFTP server). Refer to your
TFTP Server’s documentation for more information about setting up and
using the TFTP server.
Note:
Depending on your TFTP server, you may only need the filename,
not the entire path.
6. Click Submit to load the firmware. If you lose power while updating the
firmware, call Service.
Using the Web Interface 4-23
Basic Security Configurations
There are two main decisions to be made when choosing wireless security:
encryption method and authentication protocol. The encryption method
determines the algorithm used to encrypt the message. The authentication
type specifies how users are identified and verified on a network. Is the
device seeking connection what (and who) it claims to be?
Select an Encryption Method from the following table:
Encryption Method
Type
Algorithm Size
(bits)
Description
WEP
RC4
64/128
This is the 64 or 128 bit WEP Key that
must match other nodes’ encryption keys
in order to communicate. The user can
only define 10 hex characters (40 bits) for
64 bit WEP or 26 characters (104 bits) for
128 bit WEP.
WPA
RC4
64/128
Improves on WEP by using TKIP*
(Temporal Key Integrity Protocol), which
dynamically changes the encryption key
and MIC (Message Integrity Code), which
replaces CRC.
WPA2
AES
128
Improves on WPA by replacing RC4 with
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) for
encryption. The user can only define 26
characters (104 bits) for 128 bit WPA2.
*
Dynamic WEP cannot be selected directly, so select 128 for the
encryption mode and select an authentication mode from one of the
following: LEAP, PEAP, EAP-FAST, TLS, or TTLS.
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Authentication Protocol
RADIUS
Server
Protocol
Type
User ID &
Password
Enterprise LEAP
Certificate
Private Key
Info File
No
N/A
PEAP*
TLS
TTLS
N/A
PAP or
MSCHAPv2
EAPFAST
Personal
PSK
Required
Optional*
Required*
N/A
PAC*
N/A
N/A
*PEAP
This is only for server-side certificates.
*Optional
Leaving the Certificate Root Key and the Certificate CN
(common) names blank, no validation of the host certificate is
performed. The values are set to “null” and all host
certificates are accepted.
*Required
The Print Server comes with a default Private Key Information
File. You can either download that file from the print server
and add it to the TLS authentication server, or overwrite a
new one on the print server.
*PAC
EAP-FAST does not use certificates to authenticate, but a
PAC (Protected Access Credential), which is managed
dynamically by the server. The PAC is distributed one at a
time to the client manually or automatically.
Using the Web Interface 4-25
See the following table of acceptable combinations:
Encryption
Authentication
Open
Shared
WEP
WPA, WPA (TKIP), WPA2
Static
No
Dynamic
Yes
PSK
LEAP
PEAP
EAP-FAST
TLS*
TTLS
*
Load the local key before enabling TLS.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
5
Verify that the printer is operating properly:
1. Is the printer online and does it have supplies?
2. If the printer is working correctly, test the connection between the printer
and the print server by pushing the test button on the back of the printer
for less than five seconds.
3. If the test page does not print, try resetting the print server to factory
defaults by holding the test button for more than five seconds.
General Troubleshooting Information
Use the following information if your print server is not operating properly.
1.
Verify that the printer is turned on.
2.
If you are switching between wired and wireless mode on different
subnets, turn off the printer and then turn it back on to reinitialize the
print server.
3.
Verify that the print server is functioning.
When the printer is turned on, the print server runs through a set of
power-up diagnostics for a few seconds.
Troubleshooting 5-1
If the print server is operating properly, all three LEDs blink
momentarily, then indicate the following activity:
LED Indicators
Orange
Yellow
Green
Yellow &
Green
4.
Status
solid
printer is on
blinking
error
off
printer is off
solid
Ethernet link (wired 10baseT)
blinking
network activity
off
no Ethernet connection
solid
Ethernet link (wired 100baseTX)
blinking
network activity
off
no Ethernet connection
solid
wireless link
blinking
network activity
off
no wireless connection
Print a test label. See Chapter 1, “Getting Started” for more information.
Press the print server test button for about a second and a label should
print.
Use 6-inch long supply. If you are using supply that is shorter than 6
inches long, temporarily change your supply type to “continuous” to
print the entire test label. After printing the test label, change your
supply type to your previous setting.
If a label does not print, check the printer's display to see if it shows
a receiving status. If so, press Escape to exit receiving mode. Once
you see “Online Ready” on the display, print a test label again. If
this does not print or the printer does not display “Online Ready,” the
unit is locked up. Turn off the printer, wait fifteen seconds and then
turn it back on.
If the printer displays “Online Ready,” but is not printing, verify that
the parallel port settings did not change. The Parallel Port setting
should be “Internal” and the Mode setting should be “IEEE1284”.
(From the Main Menu, select Setup, Port Settings, Parallel Comm.,
Port and Mode.)
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5.
On the test label, verify your IP and WiFi settings. If using an Ethernet
cable, the “Wired/Wireless:” value should be “WIRED”. If using RF, the
setting should be “WIRELESS”.
Check the “Actual SSID” and the “WiFi Sig Qual”. Is the actual SSID
correct? Is the signal quality greater than zero? If the signal quality
is 0, you lost connection with the access point. If it is very low, you
may be experiencing interference or are very close to being out of
range or an access point. A value of 100 is the best you can have
for signal quality. You can probably operate at a minimum of 60, but
the number of retries is likely to increase.
6.
Telnet to the printer.
Note:
If the print server has been reset, you may need to re-enable Telnet.
Once you have verified connectivity, Telnet to the printer. This gives
you access to console operation of the printer. Press Enter (on your
host) to get the “#” prompt and enter “access” as the password.
Press Enter to by-pass the user name. Once here, you have verified
operation to the print server.
7.
Ping the printer.
If you can ping the printer, it is at least "seen" on the network. If you
cannot ping the printer, then ping every device in the path to the printer access points, routers, etc. If you can ping every device but the printer,
the printer needs to be turned off and back on. If some device in the
path to the printer cannot be pinged, that device needs attention.
ping <ip address>
8.
(i.e.
ping 192.0.0.192)
Verify connection to the data port by starting a Telnet session to the
printer using port 9100 (i.e. Telnet aa.bb.cc.dd 9100). If this fails, some
other device has the session in use. Either terminate the other
connection or turn off the printer and then turn it back on.
Troubleshooting 5-3
If the connection succeeds, press Ctrl-E on your keyboard. This
sends an ENQ request. The printer responds with three characters.
Depending upon the Telnet being used, you may not see the first
character, as it is a hex 05 value. The other two characters are
ASCII characters.
You see
A@
which means the printer is online and waiting. Alternatively, you can
type
{J,2}
The printer responds with {J,0,0,””,””} .
Note:
9.
The J must be capital.
If you do not get any response, the printer may have an open
session to some other connection. Either terminate the other
connection or turn off the printer and turn it back on.
Perform a factory reset on the print server.
If the printer is not initializing correctly (verified by printing a test label
from print server), perform a factory reset. Press the print server button
while turned on and hold for about 10 seconds. The unit reinitializes
with the factory-set defaults and then reboots. Verify with a test label to
see if the unit is now correctly set.
If the print server is pre-configured by us for the customer, the default
values should represent the customer’s defaults.
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Troubleshooting Wireless Configuration Problems
1.
Your computer’s wireless adapter and/or access point should be
configured to match your print server.
2.
The print server should be in range of the printer (90 meters or 300 feet)
and your PC and away from metal objects and other devices with radio
signals (Bluetooth®, 2.4 GHz cordless phones, and microwaves).
3.
If you are connecting through an access point, use infrastructure mode.
If you are connecting to the print server without an access point, use AdHoc (802.11) mode.
4.
If you are using WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) or other advanced
security on your wireless network, temporarily disable the security on
your PC in order to configure the print server. If you are using an access
point with security enabled and it does not allow non-secure clients to
communicate with other non-secure clients, temporarily change the
wireless mode of your computer to Ad-Hoc (802.11) mode.
Note:
If no computers on your network can be set to Ad-Hoc mode,
temporarily disable the security on your access point. When you are
done configuring the print server, you can re-enable the security on
your computer and change the wireless mode back if necessary. You
can also use a wired connection to configure the print server.
5.
If you need to use encryption or password protect your wireless network,
and your wireless adapter or access point normally uses a password or
passphrase instead of WEP, it should allow you to enter 0x followed by a
ten digit (for 40-bit or 64-bit WEP) or twenty-six digit (for 128-bit WEP)
key in hexadecimal format (0-9 or A-F).
6.
If you are experiencing slow performance or are having intermittent
problems connecting, change the RF channel of your wireless network
(Ad-Hoc mode only). This can be done in the NetManager Wireless
Configuration screen. Change it to at least 3 channels lower or higher
than any other wireless networks within range.
Troubleshooting 5-5
Troubleshooting Network Configuration
♦ If you are using TCP/IP, your computer and the print server should be on
the same IP segment or can reach each other with a PING command from
the host. The IP address you assign to the print server must be on the
same logical network as your host computers.
♦ If your print server is set to Auto or DHCP for obtaining an IP address,
the print server’s IP address can change. Either configure your DHCP
server to give the print server a permanent lease or configure the print
server to be on a static address that does not conflict with any other
address.
Technical Support
If these solutions do not work, or you have a problem or error not listed, call
Service at the number listed on the back of this manual.
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TELNET CONSOLE COMMANDS
6
Use this chapter to configure the print server using Telnet. You
must have a basic understanding of Telnet commands. For initial setup, do
not use Telnet. Use Auto-discover mode. Once you have the IP address,
you can use Telnet or a Web browser.
You can use Telnet if you do not have access to the Monarch® NetManager
software.
Note:
The default port is Port 23.
To reset the unit back to factory defaults, press and hold the black button on
the print server card for about ten seconds. The LEDs temporarily turn off
and then back on, indicating the unit is resetting.
To access Telnet console mode:
1.
Start Telnet.
2.
Press Enter (on your host) until you see the “#” prompt.
3.
Type access as the password and press Enter. (access is the default
password.)
4.
Press Enter to by-pass the user name. You do not need to enter a
username.
Note:
The Telnet session times out after 10 minutes of inactivity.
Telnet Console Commands 6-1
5.
To view the current wireless settings, type sh en (show wireless
settings) or sh nw (show network settings) and press Enter:
WiFi Mode = INFRASTRUCTURE
WiFi SSID: ABC1234
Speed = 54
International Roaming: Flexible
Dynamic Frequency Selection: Unsupported
Regulatory Domain = USI
WiFi FW Ver = 2.13.10.0 LMAC, 2.12.18.0 UMAC
AP density = LOW
Authentication type= OPEN SYSTEM
Encryption is Disabled
Local certificate loaded
AP MAC Address = 00 A0 F8 51 B4 FC
Signal Quality = Excellent (100%)
Connected to SSID ENG4121 on channel 11
6.
To show the current IP settings, type sh ip (show TCP/IP settings) and
press Enter.
IP is enabled
IP address
192.0.0.192
Subnet mask 255.255.0.0
IP Gateway
192.0.0.192
(via DHCP 192.0.0.192)
LPD banner
disabled
LPD retries are disabled
Service
Port
PXR1E8580_X1 X1
Boot tries
Boot method
Max window
Timeout
Keepalive
TCP port
9100
3
AUTO
10240
0 min
1 min
7.
To change the SSID, type set en ssid testsystem and press Enter.
8.
To set the IP address, type set ip ad 192.0.0.192 and press Enter.
9.
To set the subnet mask, type set ip sub 255.255.0.0 and press
Enter.
10. Type INIT and press Enter to save the settings and initialize the unit.
11. Type EXIT to exit Telnet.
See the following section for a list of the most frequently used commands.
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Help Commands
For help at any time, type “Help” and a list of available commands appears.
The Help command builds on itself, because for each command you type,
more details appear for each option.
Syntax:
Help set
DEFAULT
Set parameters to factory defaults
EN Network Parameters
LOAd
Firmware update parameters
PAssword <password>
Set console password
PORt <name> .
Parameter for port <name>
PROtect <password>
Set update password
SERVEr
Server and LAT parameters
SERVIce
<name>
Service Parameters
SNMP
SNMP Variables
Syslog
Syslog Parameters
DNS
DNS Parameters
STRing n "..."
BOT/EOT string
IP
LPD/TCP Parameters
POP3
POP3 Parameters
SMTP
SMTP Parameters
NETWare
Netware Parameters
POWERON <delay-sec>
Power on delay
Displays a list of the available help commands for “Set.”
Note:
For any command that uses SET, you can also use SHOW to view
the current setting.
Telnet Console Commands 6-3
Syntax:
Help set ip
IP LPD/TCP Parameters
ADdress aa.bb.cc.dd
IP node address
ARP
[EN/DI]
IP set via ARP
BAnner [EN/DI]
LPD banner printing
CHKSUM [EN/DI]
IP receive checksum
BOot
n
Number of DHCP/BOOTP tries
ENable/DISable
Enable or Disable IP Processing
FTIme [EN/DI]
Fast timeout
FTP
[EN/DI]
FTP protocol
HTTP
[EN/DI]
HTTP protocol
KEepalive n
Keepalive interval (min)
LPD
[EN/DI]
LPD protocol
MEthod <type>
Set method of getting IP address
PIng
aa.bb.cc.dd
Test connection to IP host
PRObe [EN/DI]
TCP connection probes
RANge [EN/DI/ALL] aa.bb.cc.dd {MAx ee.ff.gg.hh}
RARp flags nn
1=no subnet, 2=no router, 3=neither
REtry [EN/DI]
LPD retry continuation
ROuter aa.bb.cc.dd
Default router address
SUbnet aa.bb.cc.dd
Subnet mask
TCP
[EN/DI]
Raw TCP (9100) protocol
TELnet [EN/DI]
TELNET protocol
TFTP
[EN/DI]
TFTP protocol
TImeout n
Inactivity timeout (minutes)
TRAP n [ADDR/PORT/TRIG] TRAP configuration
WIndow nn
LPD/TCP maximum window size
Displays a list of the available help commands for “Set IP.”
6-4 Ethernet Operating Instructions
General Commands
From the list of commands, the brackets - [] indicate to pick one of the
options listed, the items inside curly braces - {} are optional and do not need
to be specified.
CHange
Changes configuration items.
CLear FATal
Deletes fatal error log.
CLear POrt portname JOB
Clears current entry in the print server's internal queue for the specified portname
(P1 for the first parallel port).
CLear PROTect
Sets the update password to “null.”
CLear SERVEr STRing n
Removes BOT/EOT string.
DEfine
Defines configuration items.
DElete
Removes configuration item.
EXIT
Exits console mode.
HELP
Displays the list of available commands.
INIT
Saves settings and initializes unit.
PUrge
Removes configuration item.
SAVE
Saves configuration settings.
Telnet Console Commands 6-5
SET DEFAULT
Sets print server to factory defaults.
SET LOAD [EN/DI]
Enables or disables firmware reload after exit.
SET LOAD HOst <name>
Sets node name of boot host (NetWare firmware load).
SET LOAD IP aa.bb.cc.dd
Sets IP address of load host (TCP/IP firmware load).
SET LOAD SOftware <filename>
Sets print server’s firmware filename to load.
SET PAssword
Sets console password. The user is prompted for old password, new password,
and to verify new password. The default password is access.
Note:
The password is case-sensitive.
SET PROTect <password>
Sets the update password.
SET SERVEr DEscription
Sets mode description to string displayed with SHOW SERVER command.
SET SERVEr NAme <name>
Sets server node name.
SET SERVIce <servicename> <protocol> [EN/DI]
Enables or disables specified protocol on specified service.
SET SERVIce <servicename> NAme <newname>
Changes service name.
SET SERVIce <servicename> REceive [EN/DI]
Sets receive only mode on specified service.
SET SERVIce <servicename> TCP nn
Sets TCP port number of service.
SHow FATal
Shows the fatal error log.
6-6 Ethernet Operating Instructions
SHow LOAd
Shows the print server’s firmware update parameters.
SHow PORt <name> STA
Shows the current port status.
SHow SERVEr
Shows the server parameters.
SHow SERVEr COunters
Shows the server statistics.
SHow SERVEr QUeue
Shows the print server internal queue.
SHow TEstpage
Prints a test page.
SHow VErsion
Shows the server firmware version.
UNPROTect
Allows the user to enter the update password (if one has been defined). Once the
update password is entered correctly, SET commands can be used to modify the
configuration until the console session is closed with EXIT.
ZEro
Zeros statistical counts.
Telnet Console Commands 6-7
802.11b/g Wireless Commands
In the following commands, EN and NW (network settings) are
interchangeable.
CLear EN SSid
Clears the SSID, so the server connects to any access point.
SET EN
Sets 802.11b/g Wireless Settings.
SET EN APDEN [LOW/MED/HI]
Sets 802.11b/g access point density.
SET EN AUTHtype [OPEN/SHARED/TTLS/LEAP/PEAP/WPA-PSK]
Sets the authentication type. See Chapter 4, “Using the Web Interface” for more
information.
SET EN CERTCN <name>
Sets the EAP common name. If no value is set (null), all host certificates are
accepted.
SET EN CERTCN2 <name>
Sets the second EAP common name. If no value is set (null), all host certificates
are accepted.
SET EN CERTEXP <value>
Sets the EAP certificate exponent value.
SET EN CERTKEY <keyvalue>
Sets the EAP root key value.
SET EN CHannel nn
Sets 802.11b/g wireless channel.
SET EN ENC [DIsable/64/128/WPA/WPA2/WPA2-WPA/
Dynamic WEP]
Sets the encryption mode. See Chapter 4, “Using the Web Interface” for more
information.
SET EN ID <userID>
Sets the authentication user ID. It may include the realm, separated with the at
(“@”) character.
6-8 Ethernet Operating Instructions
SET EN INAP [PAP/MSCHAP_V2]
Sets the EAP inner authentication protocol.
SET EN IROAM [DISable/STRICT/FLEXible]
Controls whether the radio frequencies are set based on the radio configuration or
from its access point. Disabled uses the radio defaults. When in Ad-Hoc mode, you
must set the region of operation. See “ SET EN REGDOMain ”. Flexible uses
access point settings if present; otherwise the radio defaults are used. When in AdHoc mode, you must set the region of operation. See “ SET EN REGDOMain ”.
Strict the access point regulatory frequency information. When using an access
point, there is no need to set the region of operation.
SET EN PW <password>
Sets the password for 802.11b/g EAP authentication.
SET EN KEY# <1/2/3/4>
Sets which WEP key number to use (default is 1).
SET EN KEYVAL <WEPkey>
Sets WEP key value. Must be hexadecimal.
SET EN MODE [IN/AD]
Sets 802.11b/g wireless mode to infrastructure or Ad-Hoc mode.
SET EN RAdio [802.11b/802.11b-g]
Sets the radio type.
SET EN REALM <realm>
Sets the realm portion of the 802.11b/g EAP authentication ID.
Telnet Console Commands 6-9
SET EN REGDOMain <countrycode>
Sets the region of operation for the print server using the following table. The list
of supported countries varies based on the radio type (802.11b or 802.11b/g).
Country
Code
Description
Country
Code
Description
AL
ALBANIA
LV
LATVIA
DZ
ALGERIA
LB
LEBANON
AR
ARGENTINA
LI
LIECHTENSTEIN
AM
ARMENIA
LT
LITHUANIA
AT
AUSTRIA
LU
LUXEMBOURG
AU
AUSTRALIA
MO
MACAO
AZ
AZERBAIJAN
MK
MACEDONIA
BH
BAHRAIN
MY
MALAYSIA
BY
BELARUS
MT
MALTA
BE
BELGIUM
MX
MEXICO
BZ
BELIZE
MC
MONACO
BO
BOLIVIA
MA
MOROCCO
BA
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
NA
NAMIBIA
BR
BRAZIL
NL
NETHERLANDS
BN
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
NZ
NEW ZEALAND
BG
BULGARIA
NO
NORWAY
CA
CANADA
OM
OMAN
CL
CHILE
PK
PAKISTAN
CN
CHINA
PS
PALESTINIAN TERRITORY
CO
COLUMBIA
PA
PANAMA
CR
COSTA RICA
PE
PERU
HR
CROATIA
PH
PHILIPPINES
CY
CYPRUS
PL
POLAND
CZ
CZECH REPUBLIC
PT
PORTUGAL
6-10 Ethernet Operating Instructions
Country
Code
Description
Country
Code
Description
DK
DENMARK
PR
PUERTO RICO
DO
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
QA
QATAR
EC
ECUADOR
RO
ROMANIA
EG
EGYPT
RU
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
SV
EL SALVADOR
SA
SAUDI ARABIA
EE
ESTONIA
SG
SINGAPORE
FI
FINLAND
SK
SLOVAKIA
FR
FRANCE
SI
SLOVENIA
GE
GEORGIA
ZA
SOUTH AFRICA
DE
GERMANY
ES
SPAIN
GR
GREECE
LK
SRI LANKA
GT
GUATEMALA
SE
SWEDEN
HN
HONDURAS
CH
SWITZERLAND
HK
HONG KONG
SY
SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC
HU
HUNGARY
TW
TAIWAN
IS
ICELAND
TH
THAILAND
IN
INDIA
TT
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
ID
INDONESIA
TN
TUNISIA
IR
IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF
TR
TURKEY
IE
IRELAND
UA
UKRAINE
IL
ISRAEL
AE
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
IT
ITALY
GB
UNITED KINGDOM
JP
JAPAN
US
UNITED STATES
JO
JORDAN
UY
URUGUAY
KZ
KAZAKHSTAN
UZ
UZBEKISTAN
KE
KENYA
VE
VENEZUELA
KP
KOREA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC
VN
VIETNAM
KR
KOREA, REPUBLIC
YE
YEMEN
KW
KUWAIT
ZW
ZIMBABWE
Telnet Console Commands 6-11
SET EN SPeed <1/2/5.5/6/9/11/12/18/24/48/54>
Sets 802.11b/g wireless speed in megabits per second (Mpbs).
SET EN SSID “<ssid>”
Sets 802.11b/g wireless SSID. Use quotes if there is a space in SSID. This is
case sensitive.
SH EN STATS
Shows the network I/O statistics.
SET EN WEP [DI/64/128]
Sets wired equivalent privacy encryption level to disabled, 64-bit, or 128-bit.
SET EN WIRED [AUTO/10BASE/100BASE]
Sets the Ethernet speed.
SET EN WPAGROUP [ENABLE/DISABLE]
Selects whether to use the WPA group key mode. When enabled, group keys are
used for data link encryption.
SET EN WPAPSK <WPAkey>
Sets the WPA pre-shared key or pass-phrase. Use 64 hex characters for the PSK
or 8-63 characters for the pass-phrase. This is only valid when authentication
mode is WPA-PSK.
6-12 Ethernet Operating Instructions
TCP/IP Commands
SET IP [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use IP-based protocols.
SET IP ACcess [EN/DI/ALL] aa.bb.cc.dd
[Mask ee.ff.gg.hh]
Allows or prevents specified IP address from accessing print server.
SET IP ADdress
Sets IP address of print server.
SET IP ARP [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use an IP address with an ARP packet.
SET IP BANNER [EN/DI]
Sets printing of LPD job banners.
SET IP BOot n
Sets number of retries (n) for DHCP, BOOTP, RARP
SET IP CHKSum [EN/DI]
Enables or disables IP receive checksum.
SET IP FTime [EN/DI]
Enables or disables fast timeout.
SET IP FTP [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use the FTP protocol.
SET IP HTTP [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use the HTTP protocol.
SET IP KEepalive n
Sets keep alive interval (n) in minutes.
SET IP LPD [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use the LPD protocol.
SET IP MEthod [AUTO/BOOTP/RARP/DHCP/STATIC]
Sets method of getting IP address.
SET IP PING aa.bb.cc.dd
Sends IP ping packets to test the host connection.
Telnet Console Commands 6-13
SET IP PRObe [EN/DI]
Enables or disables the TCP connection probe.
SET IP RArp nn
0 Both
1 no subnet
2 no router
3 neither
Default (0) - IP address is set with subnet mask and router that is the same
address as host.
SET IP RANGE [EN/DI/ALL]
Sets the valid range of IP addresses.
SET IP REtry [EN/DI]
Enables or disables LPD retry continuation
SET IP ROuter aa.bb.cc.dd
Sets default Router/Gateway address (or access point).
SET IP SUBnet aa.bb.cc.dd
Sets default subnet mask.
SET SERVIce <servicename> IP [EN/DI]
Enables or disables TCP/IP jobs on specified service.
SET SERVIce <servicename> TCP nn
Sets TCP port number (>1023 on service).
SET IP TCP [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use the raw TCP (port 9100) protocol.
SET IP TELNET [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use the Telnet protocol.
SET IP TFTP [EN/DI]
Selects whether to use the TFTP protocol.
SET IP TImeout n
Sets timeout (n) in minutes.
SET IP WIndow nn
Sets the LPD/TCP maximum window size
6-14 Ethernet Operating Instructions
SNMP Commands
CLear SNMP CONtact <string>
Removes SNMP SysContact.
CLear SNMP LOCation <string>
Removes SNMP SysLocation.
SET SNMP GETCOMM
<string>
Gets SNMP community.
SET SNMP SETCOMM1 <string> or SET SNMP SETCOMM2 <string>
Set SNMP community 1 or community 2 name.
Note:
An incoming set request can use either name for comm1 or comm2.
SET SNMP CONtact
<string>
Set SNMP SysContact.
SET SNMP LOCation <string>
Sets SNMP SysLocation.
SET SNMP JETADmin [EN|DIS]
Selects whether to use the JetAdmin protocol.
Telnet Console Commands 6-15
6-16 Ethernet Operating Instructions
A
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Link Layer:
802.3 or optional 802.11b/g
Protocols:
TCP/IP
Passthru
BOOTP
DHCP
RARP
LPD/LPR
Telnet
RSH or REMSH (remote shell)
FTP
SNMP
NetWare
HP Jet Admin
802.3 Specifications
Communication
Rate:
10 Mbps or 100 Mbps
Optional 802.11b/g Specifications
Frequency:
2.4 GHz range, direct sequence
Communication Rate:
1, 2, 5.5, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54 Mbps
Channels
1 to 11
Mode:
Ad-Hoc or infrastructure
Encryption:
WEP 64 or WEP 128
WPA or WPA2
Authentication:
EAP-FAST
LEAP
PEAP
TLS
TTLS
PSK
Specifications A-1
Options
Wireless 802.11b/g communications are available. However, check with
International Sales for an approved list of countries or regions where these
devices can be used.
A-2 Ethernet Operating Instructions
GLOSSARY
Absolute Pathname
G
BSS or
Basic Service Set
The full path of a file, including the computer system and
any directories or subdirectories. For example,
c:\program files\monarch softw are\mpcl
toolbox\9855.phu
An interface between a wireless network and a wired
network. Access points can be used with Ethernet or
other communications to enable roaming throughout a
facility.
A wireless network composed of devices that contain a
network interface card and no access point.
Ad-Hoc mode is also called peer-to-peer (point-to-point)
communications or BSS network. As long as the devices
are in range and are on the same channel and SSID, they
connect and communicate. Use this mode if a wireless
infrastructure does not exist or where services are not
required.
Identifies users on a network, based on a username and
password. There are two types: open and shared.
Authentication protocols include LEAP, PEAP, TLS, TTLS,
EAP-FAST, and PSK.
One of the available boot methods. Auto tries DHCP,
BOOTP, and RARP, then sets to the last IP address used
if the IP address is not automatically set using any of the
previous methods.
One of the available boot methods. It is a protocol used
by devices that know their MAC address, but do not know
their IP address. The device broadcasts its hardware
address and the BOOTP server responds with the IP
address for it. The network administrator must enter the
MAC address in the BOOTP Config file to obtain the IP
address from the server.
The wireless print server uses this method to obtain an IP
address. Can be set to Auto, DHCP, BOOTP, RARP, or
Static.
The number of times the device tries to get an IP address
from the server when using the BOOTP and DHCP
methods.
A set of 802.11b/g devices operating as a fully connected
wireless network.
BSSID
See MAC Address.
Access Point
Ad-Hoc
Netw ork/Mode
Authentication
Method
Auto Method
BOOTP or
Bootstrap Protocol
Boot Method
Boot Tries
Glossary G-1
Channel or
RF Channel
DHCP or
Dynamic Host
Configuration
Protocol
EAP (Extensible
Authentication
Protocol)
FAST (Flexible
Authentication via
Secure Tunneling)
Gatew ay
Infrastructure
Mode
IP Address
LAN or
Local Area
Netw ork
LEAP (Lightw eight
Extensible
Authentication
Protocol)
You can select which channel your network devices use to
communicate. All devices must be on the same channel to
communicate in Ad-Hoc mode. Other radio devices such
as Bluetooth® wireless devices, microwave ovens, or 2.4GHz cordless phones may operate/interfere if they are on
the same channel as your network.
One of the available boot methods. It is a protocol that
issues IP addresses automatically within a specified range
to devices (such as printers) when they are first turned on.
The device keeps the IP address for a defined period of
time set by your System Administrator; however, a device
could have a different IP address every time it connects to
the network.
Defines how to pass authentication information between
the device and authentication server. The authentication
is handled by the EAP type: FAST, TLS, TTLS, etc.
Cisco Systems® developed this authentication protocol. It
does not use certificates to authenticate, but a PAC
(Protected Access Credential), which is managed
dynamically by the server. The PAC is distributed one at
a time to the client manually or automatically.
Allows connections (communications) between different
subnets on a network.
Requires an access point to communicate with other
devices on the network. In infrastructure mode, wireless
devices can communicate with each other or with a wired
network.
An Internet Protocol identifier for a device on a network.
It consists of four 3-digit numeric fields, separated by
periods. Each number can be zero to 255. An IP address
has two components, the network address and the host
address. Most company networks have ranges for their IP
addresses.
A computer network that connects personal computers,
workstations, servers, and printers. This allows each user
on the network the ability to share devices, such as
printers, and communicate with each other via email, etc.
LANs can be connected to each other by telephone lines
or radio waves. See WLAN.
Cisco Systems® introduced this authentication protocol
and provides mutual authentication with unique WEP keys
for each user. New keys are issued based on a time limit.
Changing the WEP key time limits provides additional
security.
G-2 Ethernet Operating Instructions
LPD/LPR
MAC Address or
Media Access
Control
MSCHAPv2
(Challenge
Handshake
Authentication
Protocol)
NIC or
Netw ork Interface
Card
Node
Open
Authentication
PAP (Password
Authentication
Protocol)
Pathname
PEAP (Protected
Extensible
Authentication
Protocol)
Ping
Protocol
A printer protocol that uses TCP/IP to establish
connections between printers on a network. Also known
as Line Printer Daemon/Line Printer Remote.
A hardware address (6-byte) that uniquely identifies each
node of a network. The MAC address is set during
manufacturing and does not change. Also, two Network
Interface Cards (NIC) w ill not have the same value.
The Microsoft® version of CHAP. It is a three-way
handshake protocol that is more secure than PAP. It
provides mutual authentication between devices.
An adapter (board or card) that can be inserted into a
device, so the device can be connected to a network. The
NIC converts data from the device into the form transmitted
or received from the network
A processing location on a network. The location can be a
workstation, computer, or printer. Each Node has a unique
MAC address.
This allows any device to authenticate and then attempt to
communicate with the access point. Any wireless device
can authenticate with the access point, but if WEP is used,
the device can communicate only if its WEP keys match the
access point's. There is no challenge that occurs, you
either have the correct key or not when you communicate
with the access point. By eliminating the challenge
process, it actually makes this more secure than shared
key authentication.
A simple authentication protocol used with PPP (Point-toPoint Protocol). It is a plain text password system, which
is not very secure.
The location of a particular file or directory that includes
the full path to the needed filename or directory. This is a
combination of path and filename.
Authenticates clients into a network using only server-side
certificates, which makes implementing and administering a
wireless LAN easier.
A way to determine if a device is accessible. It sends a
packet to the specified address and waits for a reply.
This is the way two devices transmit data between each
other, including error checking, data compression, and how
messages start and end.
Glossary G-3
PSK
(Pre-Shared Key)
Authentication mode of WPA used in SOHO environments.
The key value (or pass-phrase) is used for network
authentication only (not data encryption). It does not use a
RADIUS server like the other modes, but uses a shared key
to provide the initial authentication with the access point or
host.
RADIUS (Remote
Authentication DialIn Server)
RARP or
Reverse Address
Resolution Protocol
This is an authentication server, such as the Cisco® ACS,
Microsoft® IAS, etc.
Relative
Pathname
The file or directory location on the user’s system relative
to the user’s current location on the system (what directory
the user is currently in). For example, mpcl
toolbox\9855.phu
Any device that forwards data along networks. Routers are
located at gateways.
The access point sends an unencrypted challenge text
string to any device attempting to communicate with it. The
device requesting authentication encrypts the challenge
text and sends it back to the access point. If the challenge
text is encrypted correctly, the access point allows the
requesting device to authenticate. Both the unencrypted
challenge and the encrypted challenge can be monitored;
however, this leaves the access point open to attack.
Because of this weakness, shared key authentication can
be less secure than open authentication.
A percentage (1 to 100) of the connection between the
device and access point. If the signal strength is 0, there
is no connection with the access point; 30 or less indicates
you may be experiencing interference or close to being out
of access point range, and below 50, printing performance
could be affected. To improve the signal strength, try
moving the printer closer to the access point and away
from other radio devices such as Bluetooth® wireless
devices, microwave ovens, or 2.4-GHz cordless phones.
Sets the maximum rate of communication between the
devices on the network. It is also called transmit rate. The
speeds are in megabits per second (Mbps) and include: 1,
2, 5.5, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54.
Router
Shared
Authentication
Signal Strength
Speed or
Transmit Rate
One of the available boot methods. The device sends an
RARP request and the RARP server responds with an IP
address. The device knows its MAC address and the
server responds with the IP address for it.
G-4 Ethernet Operating Instructions
SSID or
Service Set
Identifier
A unique identifier that must match for all nodes on a
subnetwork to communicate with each other. It consists of
up to 32 characters (any printable character, including
spaces). If using the space character, it must be enclosed
in quotation marks. It is case-sensitive.
Static
Method
One of the available boot methods. Use static if your
network uses fixed configuration. The IP address remains
the same every time the device connects to the network.
Subnet
A portion of a network that shares a common address
component. On TCP/IP networks, subnets are all devices
with the same prefix. For example, all devices that start
with 192.192.192 are part of the same subnet. Dividing a
network into subnets is useful for both security and
performance reasons.
Subnet Mask
A mask is used to determine what subnet an IP address
belongs to. Companies often have ranges of IP addresses
that can be described by one or more masks. For example,
a mask of 255.255.255.0 allows variation in the last
position only, because the first three positions are fixed.
Telnet
A Terminal Emulation program for TCP/IP networks that
runs on your computer and connects your PC to a server on
the network. You enter commands through the Telnet
program and they run as if you were entering them directly
on the server console.
TCP/IP
A way that two devices can transmit data between each
other. TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet
Protocol) is generally the standard for transmitting data
over a network.
Changes the encryption keys regularly and has time limits
before new keys are created. Changing the key
periodically provides additional security.
TKIP (Temporal Key
Integrity Protocol)
TLS (Transport
Layer Security)
A cryptographic protocol that uses client-side and serverside certificates to authenticate users on the Web. It can
dynamically create user-based and session-based keys.
TTLS (Tunneled
Transport Layer
Security)
Provides certificate-based, server-side, mutual
authentication of the client and network through an
encrypted channel (or tunnel). It can dynamically create
user-based and session-based keys.
Transmit Rate
See Speed.
Glossary G-5
WEP or
Wired Equivalent
Privacy
A security protocol for wireless local area networks. WEP
was designed to provide the same level of security as that
of a wired network, which is inherently more secure than a
wireless network because wired networks are easily
protected against unauthorized access. Wireless networks
use radio waves to communicate and can be vulnerable to
unauthorized users.
WEP provides security by encrypting data over radio waves
so that it is protected as it is transmitted. However, it has
been found that WEP is not as secure as once believed.
Note:
If one part of a wireless network has WEP enabled,
they all must have it enabled with the same key or
they cannot communicate.
128 Bit / 64 Bit
WEP Key
This is the 64 or 128 bit WEP key that must match other
Nodes’ encryption keys in order to communicate: 10 hex
characters for 64 bit (40 user-specified characters), or 26
hex characters for 128 bit (104 user-specified characters).
You must use the same key values for devices to
communicate with each other.
WLAN or Wireless
Local Area Netw ork
A LAN that uses high-frequency radio waves to
communicate between nodes, rather than telephone wires,
etc.
A network security protocol that uses improved
authentication and temporal keys. It was created to
address the weaknesses of WEP encryption.
WPA (Wi-Fi
Protected Access)
WPA2
(or IEEE 802.11i)
A network security protocol with stronger encryption than
WPA. It was created to address the weaknesses of WEP
encryption.
G-6 Ethernet Operating Instructions
INDEX
A
alerts
network 3-11, 3-13, 3-14
authentication
EAP-FAST 3-28
LEAP 3-28
PEAP 3-28
PSK 3-28
TLS 3-28
TTLS 3-28
authentication type 3-28
C
command
console 5-1
general 5-5
help 5-3
SNMP 5-15
TCPIP 5-13
Telnet 5-1
wireless 5-8
configuration
label 1-6
console commands 5-1
E
EAP-FAST
authentication 3-28
L
label
configuration 1-6
LEAP
authentication 3-28
LED
operation 1-5
login password 3-2
N
network
alerts 3-11, 3-13, 3-14
protocols 1-2
P
page
test 1-6
password 3-2
changing 3-16, 3-17, 3-18
setting 3-16, 3-17, 3-18
PEAP
authentication 3-28
printer
settings 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 3-8, 319, 3-20
protocols 1-2
PSK
authentication 3-28
F
firmware
update 3-25
R
requirements
system 1-2
G
general commands 5-5
H
help commands 5-3
I
installing
software 1-2
Index i
S
security 3-22
settings 3-22
server
settings 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 3-8, 319, 3-20
setting
password 3-16, 3-17, 3-18
settings
printer 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 3-8, 3-19,
3-20
security 3-22
server 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 3-8, 3-19,
3-20
SNMP 3-14, 3-15
TCPIP 3-7
wireless 3-10
setup
network 3-11, 3-14, 3-15
printer 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 3-8, 3-19,
3-20
wireless 3-10
SNMP
commands 5-15
settings 3-14, 3-15
software
installing 1-2
system
requirements 1-2
ii Ethernet Operating Instructions
T
TCPIP
commands 5-13
settings 3-7
Telnet
commands 5-1, 5-3, 5-5, 5-8
test
button 1-5
page 1-6
TFTP server 3-25
TLS
authentication 3-28
TTLS
authentication 3-28
type
authentication 3-28
U
update
firmware 3-25
W
wireless
settings 3-10
wireless commands 5-8
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