TRENDnet TE100-PIP Printer User Manual

TRENDnet TE100-PIP Printer User Manual
TABLE OF C ONTENTS
ABOUT THIS GUIDE .............................................................................. 3
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 5
PACKAGE CONTENTS ................................................................................. 6
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 6
GENERAL FEATURES .................................................................................. 7
PRODUCT VIEW ......................................................................................... 8
HARDWARE INSTALLATION ............................................................ 10
NETWORKING APPLICATION..................................................................... 10
INSTALLING THE PRINT SERVER ............................................................... 11
USING THE UTILITIES ........................................................................ 12
AUTO-RUN INSTALLATION ....................................................................... 12
PS-UTILITY............................................................................................. 14
Installing PS-Utility ............................................................................ 14
Using PS-Utility .................................................................................. 15
PS WIZARD ............................................................................................. 18
WEB CONFIGURATION ...................................................................... 26
WEB CONFIGURATION UTILITY ................................................................ 26
HOME ..................................................................................................... 27
SETUP WIZARD........................................................................................ 28
Second HTTP Port .............................................................................. 30
Save to Print Server ............................................................................ 31
CHANGE IP ADDRESS .............................................................................. 32
PRINTER INFORMATION ........................................................................... 33
FACTORY RESET ...................................................................................... 34
FIRMWARE UPGRADE ............................................................................... 35
ABOUT.................................................................................................... 36
PRINTING IN WINDOWS 98SE/ME .................................................... 37
INSTALLING THE LPR FOR TCP/IP PRINTING CLIENT ................................ 38
ADDING LPR PRINTER PORTS .................................................................. 40
PRINTING FROM WINDOWS 98SE/ME ....................................................... 42
SETTING TCP/IP PRINTING SETTINGS ...................................................... 45
PRINTING IN WINDOWS 7/VISTA/XP/2000 ...................................... 47
SETTING UP WINDOWS 7/VISTA TCP/IP PRINTING.................................... 47
SETTING UP WINDOWS XP TCP/IP PRINTING ........................................... 53
SETTING UP WINDOWS 2000 TCP/IP PRINTING ........................................ 61
PRINTING IN MAC OS ......................................................................... 69
MAC 10.6 SNOW LEOPARD USER ...................................................... 69
MAC 10.5 LEOPARD USER .................................................................. 79
MAC OS 10.4 TIGER USER................................................................... 89
MAC OS 10.3 PANTHER USER .......................................................... 100
RENDEZVOUS USES IN MAC OS 10.2 ..................................................... 107
LIMITED WARRANTY ....................................................................... 110
A BOUT THIS G UIDE
This manual provides instructions and illustrations on how to use your
10/100Mbps Parallel Print Server, including:
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Chapter 1, Introduction, provides the general information on the
product.
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Chapter 2, Hardware Installation, describes the hardware
installation procedure for the product.
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Chapter 3, Using the Utilities, helps you to install and use the
software.
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Chapter 4, Web Configuration, completes the configuration
using the web browser.
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Chapter 5, Printing in Windows 98SE/ME, lets you complete
printing task through your print server in Windows 95 and 98SE
environment.
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Chapter 6, Printing in Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000, lets you
complete printing task through your print server in Windows 7,
Vista, XP and 2000 environment.
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Chapter 7, Printing in MAC OS, lets you complete printing task
through your print server in MAC OS environment.
Please note that the illustrations or setting values in this manual are
FOR YOUR REFERENCE ONLY. The actual settings and values
depend on your system and network. If you are not sure about the
respective information, please ask your net work administrator or MIS
staff for help.
1
I NTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing your 10/100Mbps Parallel Print Server,
the easiest and fastest way to deploy printers on your network.
This compact print server can connect your network through a switch
or hub between PC/Notebook and print server anywhere you wish to
locate printer services. It manages the flow of print files from your
workstation or file server to its connected printers, delivering print jobs
to high-performance printers much faster than a file server or a PC
acting as a print server can.
The 10/100Mbps Parallel Print Server features a Web-based
Configuration Utility, which allows you to set up the print server
through the web browser easily and quickly. It also includes a simple
software utility PS-Utility, a user-friendly program that allows you to
complete settings for the print server.
Package Contents
Unpack the package and check all the items carefully, and inspect that
you have the following:
 One TE100-P1P
 One AC Power Adapter suitable for your country’s electric power
service.
 One Multiple-Language Quick Installation Guide.
 One Installation CD-ROM containing the PS-Utility program and
the User’s Guide.
If any item contained is damaged or missing, please contact your local
dealer immediately. Also, keep the box and packing materials in case
you need to ship the unit in the future.
System Requirements
 Operating System:
Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/2003 Server/XP/2000/ME/98SE
Apple Mac OS 10.1~10.6
 For Web Configuration:
Java-enabled web browser, such as Microsoft® Internet
Explorer 5.0 and Netscape Navigator 6.0.
General Features
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Compliant with Bi-directional 36-pin parallel port
Equipped 10/100 auto-MDIX Fast Ethernet LAN port
Multi protocol support is ideal for shared printing in mixed-LAN
environments
Windows-based program makes it possible to set up in a few
minutes.
Offer LPR program for Windows 98SE/ME TCP/IP printing
IP assignment support for DHCP
Support Web configuration
Provide Flash memory for easy firmware upgrade
Support IPP for Windows 7/Vista/2003 Server/XP/2000
Support second http port for remote web configuration.
Product View
This section describes the externally visible features of the print server.
Front View
Parallel Printer Port
connect the print server
to a Printer Port
Rear View
LAN Connector –
plug your LAN cable
to this connector.
LEDs
Power Connector –
plug the AC Power
Adapter to this jack.
* There are three green LED indicators on the rear panel:
LEDs
Description
Power
Steady light confirms that the Print Server is
powered on.
LPT
When it is blinking, the printer connected is
printing.
Link/Act
Steady light confirms that the print server has a good
connection to your network.
When it is blinking (briefly dark), the print server is
receiving/ transmitting data from/to the network.
2
H ARDWARE
I NSTALLATION
Networking Application
The following diagram explains the application of your print server.
Network Print Server Solution
Installing the Print Server
Follow these steps for a trouble-free start of print server operations
with your pocket-sized Print Server.
1. Confirm proper operation of the printer to be connected to the print
server.
2. When you have confirmed proper operation of the printer, turn off
the power.
3. Confirm that your network is operating normally.
4. Connect the print server to the network (through the RJ-45
connector of the print server).
5. While the printer is powered off, connect the print server to the
printer’s port.
6. Turn on the printer’s power.
7. Connect the DC end of the AC Power adapter to the DC power
input socket of the print server and the AC end to the wall outlet.
This will supply power to the print server immediately.
NOTE: This print server is built with a default IP Address. To
prevent from any conflict in your network, it is recommended to
use the PS-Utility program to change the IP setting when there is
some other device’s IP Address is the same as the print server’s
default IP Address.
3
U SING T HE U TILITIES
This chapter describes the software utilities for the print server,
including how to set up your print server with these utility. The PSUtility is designed with a user-friendly interface that allows you to set
up and administer the print server easily.
Auto-Run Installation
Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive
to initiate the Auto-Run program, and the menu screen will appear as
below.
 PS Wizard – click to setup printer port connectivity
 Install Utility – click to install PS-Utility. Please refer to the
next section for detailed information on installing the utility.
 User's Guide – click to preview the User's Guide in PDF format
for detailed information of the Print Server.
 Product Registration– click to register your product on-line
 Exit – click to close the Auto-Run program.
PS-Utility
To avoid the conflict in your network, you can use PS-Utility to change
the related settings of your print server (such as the IP address) after
finishing the installation.
Installing PS-Utility
1. Insert CD-ROM into CD-ROM drive. Click Install Utility > PS
Utility.
2. Click Next >.
3. Choose the destination location. If there is no specific destination,
leave it as the default setting and click Next >.
4. The InstallShield Wizard starts to install the software, and the
Progress bar indicates the installation is proceeding.
5. When completed, click Finish.
After installing the utility, the application program for the print server
is automatically installed to your computer, and creates a folder in
Start\Programs\TRENDnet.
Using PS-Utility
This section describes the operation of PS-Utility.
Utility:
To launch PS-
1. Click Start  Programs  TRENDnet, and then click the
PS-Utility item.
2. The main screen will appear as below, and it starts to search the
connected print server within the network.
Your print server
Component Features:
1. Device List: Display the connected print server within the network.
2. Control Buttons
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Setup Wizard: Click this button to setup the configuration
Update Firmware: Click this button to update the firmware of
the selected print server.
Factory Reset: Click this button to reload the factory settings
of the print server.
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Change IP Address:
Click this button to bring
up the following dialog
box, allowing you to
change the IP Address.
In this dialog box, you can
select either Manually
Assign or DHCP Assign
Automatically. When
completed, click OK.
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Show Web Setup: Click this button to open your web browser
and launch the Configuration Utility. Alternately, you can
double-click the print server in the Device List to launch the
Configuration Utility.
Print Test: Once the printer has been setup, click this button
to test a page
Discover Device: Click this button to search the connected
print server again.
About: Click this button to bring up a window containing the
basic information of PS-Utility.
Close: Click this button to exit PS-Utility.
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3. Information Field: Display the basic information of the selected
print server in the Device List.
4. Status Bar: Display the system status.
PS Wizard
PS Wizard is a convenient utility that allows you to set up the print
server’s port connection.
Windows 7/Vista/2003 Server/2000
1) Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s CDROM drive. Click PS Wizard and then click
Win7/Vista/XP/2000 from the Auto-Run menu screen.
2) Select the print server, select the desired port and then click
Add Printer.
3) Click Select from manufacturer list. Select the appropriate
driver for your printer and then click Next.
4) Click Next.
5) Click Print Test Page.
6) Click OK.
7) Click Finish.
8) Repeat steps 1 to 7 to add the printer to other computers on the
network.
Windows 98SE/ME
1. Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM
drive. Click PS Wizard and then click 98SE/ME from the AutoRun menu screen. The welcome screen appears below. Click
Next >.
NOTE: For some specific printers, you may need to connect the
printer to the computer and install the driver. In this case, connect
it to the computer and install the driver first, and then connect it to
the print server.
2. In the following window, select one printer in the Printer List to set
up port connection, and then click Next >.
Choose one connected
printer within the network.
3. Select the printer port in the Print Server List, and click Next >.
Your print server name
Your printer port name
Choose one connected
printer port.
4. The configuration is completed, click Finish.
5. Click OK to reboot the computer.
After rebooting, PS Wizard will help you to complete the port
connection automatically. You can start your printing task
without any complex configuration.
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W EB C ONFIGURATION
You can access and manage the Print Server through: 1) the enclosed
software PS-Utility, and 2) a web browser. This chapter describes the
second method – the Web Configuration Utility, and explains how to
set up your print server with the web browser.
Web Configuration Utility
First, launch your web browser (such as the Internet Explorer 6.0 used
in this manual). Then, type http://192.168.0.1 (the default IP
address) in the Address bar and press [Enter] to enter the Management
screen of the Configuration Utility.
TIP: The computer’s IP address must correspond with the print
server’s IP address in the same segment for the two devices to
communicate. Extensive knowledge of LAN will be helpful in
configuring the print server.
Home
The Management Screen of the Configuration Utility
The Home screen displays the basic information of the print server. As
shown above, the System displays the status of your print server and
network. Clicking Refresh will update the information.
Setup Wizard
The “Setup Wizard” will hlep you to change all the configurations step
by step. Please follow below steps to finish it
System
In this field, you can configure the basic information of your print
server.
Server Name: Assign a name to the print server. The default server
name is set to PS (the prefix of print server) following by the last 6
digits of the Mac address.
Port Name: Assign the Port Name for the print server
Password: Enter the Administrator password (3-8 characters).
NOTE: Password must within 3-8 characters. Failed to follow it will
not active the password function.
IP Address
This option allows you to set the IP address manually or automatically.
When you choose Manually Assign, you should enter the related
information in the following boxes, including IP Address, Subnet
Mask, and Default Gateway.
Microsoft Network
Enter the name of the Workgroup that you want the print server
associated with in this field.
Second HTTP Port
This field allows settings to open a second port for the remote printing
and IPP printing function. This will permit users to execute printing
jobs through broadband IP router.
Save to Print Server
Please double check all the configurations and click “Yes” to save the
settings.
The Setup Wizard has been completed.
Change IP Address
This feature is helping you to change IP address only. If you have run
the Setup Wizard already, you may skip this procedure. Please type in
IP address that applies to your existing network (i.e. 192.168.X.X)
Type in the Default Gateway (i.e. your router’s local IP address).
Printer Information
“Printer Information” will display all printer information such as
Manufacturer, Model Number, Command Set and Status.
Factory Reset
Please click Yes to restore the factory default setting.
Firmware Upgrade
The firmware can be easily upgrade through “Firmware Upgrade”
feature. Click Browse to get the firmware file, and then click
Upgrade to flash firmware. The new firmware can be downloading
from www.trendnet.com once it is available.
About
This screen displays the information of the print server.
5
P RINTING
IN
W INDOWS
98SE/ME
The Print Server can provide print services to TCP/IP networks using
the lpr/lpd network printing protocol. Most UNIX systems are capable
of supporting lpd, as is Windows 2000.
This LPR for TCP/IP Printing client gives Windows 95/98/Me
workstations the ability to print using the lpr/lpd printing protocol.
Though it is possible to print to Print Servers from Windows
95/98/Me, this capability is useful if primarily administer your network
from UNIX systems, or if you want to print from workstations that are
only accessible through IP routing.
Installing the LPR for TCP/IP
Printing Client
Before your Windows 98SE/Me workstation can print using the LPR
protocol, you will need to install the client program, as follows:
1. Make sure that you have installed the TCP/IP protocol, and have
properly configured the Windows 98SE/Me TCP/IP settings.
You can install the protocol from the Network control panel if
necessary.
2. From the Start menu, choose the Settings submenu, then the
Control Panel item within it.
Control Panel folder.
Windows will display the
3. Double-click on the Network icon in the Control Panel folder.
4. Click on the Add... button on the Configuration tab.
5. Windows will ask for the type of component to add. Select
Client and click Add... to continue.
6. When Windows asks you to select a network client, click the
Have Disk... button.
7. Insert the Print Server installation CD in your computer’s CDROM, enter the proper pathname (for example , D:\ lpr), and
click OK.
8. Select the LPR for TCP/IP Printing client and click OK.
9. Windows will copy the necessary files, and return to the
Network dialog.
Click OK to let Windows restart.
Adding LPR Printer Ports
Once you have installed the client, and have enabled TCP/IP printing
for the Print Servers, then you need to add a printer port for each
printer you will be printing to using the lpr/lpd protocol. To add a
printer port,
1. From the Start menu, choose the Settings submenu, then the
Control Panel item within it.
Control Panel folder.
Windows will display the
2. Double-click on the Network icon in the Control Panel folder.
3. Choose the LPR for TCP/IP Printing client and click the
Properties button.
4. Click the Add Port... button to add a new lpd-accessible printer
port.
5. Enter the IP address of the Print Server and the name of the
printer port that you will be printing to, then press OK.
Hint: You can get the Port name from the print server’s system
information through web browser. Please refer page 21.
6. Click OK to leave the LPR for TCP/IP Printing Properties
window.
Printing from Windows 98SE/ME
After you have added the necessary printer ports, you can add a printer
device for printing to the port. To enable printing to an lpr-accessible
printer port from Windows 98E/ME, please do the following.
1. From the Start menu, choose the Settings submenu, then the
Printers item within it.
folder.
Windows will display the Printers
2. Double-click on the Add Printer icon in the Printers folder.
Windows will start the Add Printer Wizard.
Click the Next > button to continue to the next screen.
3. Choose the Network Printer selection and click the Next >
button to continue.
4. Enter the name of the port, as displayed in the LPR for TCP/IP
Printing Port List.
Alternatively, you can click Browse... and locate the printer port.
TCP/IP printing ports are located under the Entire Network icon,
within the Print Servers - TCP/IP LPR icon.
Press OK when you have located the proper printer port.
Click Next > to continue to the next step.
5. At this point Windows will ask you to choose the correct printer
driver for the printer. Choose you printer’s make and model
from the list, or use the driver disk included with the printer.
When you have chosen the correct printer, click Next > to
continue.
6. Windows will then ask for a name for the new printer, and ask
whether or not you want to set the printer as the Windows
default printer. Click Finish (or Next >) to continue.
7. Windows may ask you whether or not you wish to print a test
page to make sure that the printer will work correctly. When
the test page is done printing, you will be asked whether or not
the test page printed.
Setting TCP/IP Printing Settings
The lpr client’s Properties dialog allows you to change several of the
client’s settings. To change these settings,
1. From the Start menu, choose the Settings submenu, then the
Control Panel item within it.
Control Panel folder.
Windows will display the
2. Double-click on the Network icon in the Control Panel folder.
3. Choose the LPR for TCP/IP Printing client and click the
Properties button.
4. Click on the Settings tab to access the lpr client settings.
Change the settings as necessary, and press OK to let the
changes take effect.
The parameters are as follows:
 Communication Timeout Determines how long, in seconds,
the system will wait before determining that it has lost
connection with lpr/lpd print servers.
 Retry Interval Determines how long, in seconds, the system
will wait before retrying a lost connection.
 Retry Times Determines how many times the system will retry
a lost connection with an lpr/lpd print server. If Infinite is
checked, it will retry indefinitely.
 Spool Path Gives the directory path where the system will
temporarily store lpr/lpd print server job files.
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P RINTING IN W INDOWS
7/VISTA/XP/2000
Setting Up Windows 7/Vista TCP/IP
Printing
Following is the correct procedure for setting up TCP/IP LPR printing
under Windows Vista.
Click Start > Control Panel > Printers
Click “Add a Printer”
Click “Add a local printer”
Select Create a new port, select Standard TCP/IP Port and then
click Next.
Input the IP Address of the Print Server, and the Port name of the Port
that will be printed to, then click “Next”.
Hint: You can get the Port name from the print server’s system
information through web browser. Please refer page 25-26.
Select “Custom”, and click “Settings”.
Select “LPR”, and put the Port name in the field labeled “Queue
Name”. Then Click “OK”.
Click “Next”.
The Printer Install Wizard will now prompt for drivers. Select the
correct Make and Model, or click “Have Disk”, to provide the
Manufacturer’s Driver Disk. Click “Next”.
Select a “Printer Name”.
A Test Page can be printed to confirm proper configuration.
Once a test page has been sent to your printer, click Close.
Click Finish.
Setting Up Windows XP
TCP/IP Printing
Following is the correct procedure for setting up TCP/IP LPR printing
under Windows XP.
Click Start > Printer and Faxes
Double Click “Add a Printer”
Click “Next”
Select “Local Printer”
Create a new “Standard TCP/IP Port”
Click “Next”
Input the IP Address of the Print Server, and the Port name of the Port
that will be printed to, then click “Next”.
Hint: You can get the Port name from the print server’s system
information through web browser. Please refer page 21.
Select “Custom”, and click “Settings”.
Select “LPR”, and put the Port name in the field labeled “Queue
Name”. Then Click “OK”.
Click “Next”.
Click “Finish”
The Printer Install Wizard will now prompt for drivers. Select the
correct Make and Model, or click “Have Disk”, to provide the
Manufacturer’s Driver Disk.
Click “Next”.
Select a “Printer Name”.
A Test Page can be printed to confirm proper configuration.
When testing page is done, click “finish” to complete the installation.
Setting Up Windows 2000 TCP/IP Printing
Following is the correct procedure for setting up TCP/IP LPR printing
under Windows 2000.
Click Start > Settings > Printers.
Double Click “Add Printer”
Select “Local Printer”
Create a new “Standard TCP/IP Port”
Click “Next”
Input the IP Address of the Print Server, and the Port name of the Port
that will be printed to, then click “Next”.
Hint: You can get the Port name from the print server’s system
information through web browser. Please refer page 21.
Select “Custom”, and click “Settings”.
Select “LPR”, and put the Port name in the field labeled “Queue
Name”. Then Click “OK”.
Click “Next”.
Click “Finish”
The Printer Install Wizard will now prompt for drivers. Select the
correct Brand and Model, or click “Have Disk”, to provide the
Manufacturer’s Driver Disk.
Click “Next”.
Select a “Printer Name”.
Sharing can be enabled here.
Also, a Test Page can be printed to confirm proper configuration.
When the Test Page has been printed, click “Finish” to complete the
installation.
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P RINTING IN MAC OS
NOTE: Mac OS printing is supported by Postscript printers only!
Below instruction is for your reference only. The actually
screenshots and port names will differ depending on the print
server. Below is the port name for each print server:
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TE100-P1P/TEW-P1PG =>
TE100-P1U/TEW-P1UG =>
TE100-P21/TEW-P21G =>
=>
=>
PS-XXXXXX-P1
U1
PS-XXXXXX-U1 USB1
PS-XXXXXX-U2 USB2
PS-XXXXXX-P3 Parallel1
MAC 10.6 SNOW LEOPARD USER
With Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6), you can use Bonjour, Internet
Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP
Jetdirect - Socket printing through Print Server.
Click this icon
in your Dock to open your System Preferences,
then click Network icon
Select Ethernet Connection on the left menu bar, it will display your
computer status.
Adding a Printer
Click this icon
window as below.
in your Dock to open your System Preferences
Click the Print & Fax icon in System Preferences menu to view the
menu below.
Click the add button “+” to add a new printer.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6) supports five printing protocols:
1. Bonjour
2. Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)
3. Line Printer Daemon (LPD)
4. HP Jetdirect – Socket
To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon
enabled or HP Jet Direct – Socket enabled printer, click the
button and follow the instructions to add an IP Printer beginning on
“Adding an IP printer” session.
Bonjour-enabled Printers
To add a Bonjour-enabled printer, click the
below.
button in the window
Select the printer model from Printer Name list and Kind type. The
printer name selected should be the same as that appearing listed in
the Printer Server’s web manager. In the example here, the printer
name is PS-116688-P3. By default the Printer Using will use Auto
Select to determine what printer configuration to use. This may also
be manually selected in the Print Using drop-down menu by brand
and model.
Click the Add button to exit the window and implement the new
setting.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List
menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions.
When the printer appears listed it is ready for use. Quite the Printer
Setup Utility then start printing.
Adding an IP Printer
To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon
enabled or HP Jet Direct – Socket enabled printer, click the
button. Select the desired printing protocol from the Protocol dropdown menu.
Type the IP Address of the printer, the name will appear in the Name
field when the printer is found. This window will indicate that it is
verifying the address. If the printer is found, this window will state
“Valid and complete address” under the Address field.
The printer utility is able to detect the printer and may automatically
select the correct printer driver in the Print Using field. Or manually
select the printer-maker from the Print Using drop-down menu, and
then select the printer model from the scroll-down list, or select
Generic PostScrip Printer option from the Print Using drop-down
menu if the model is not listed. To implement the setting, click Add
button.
The setup procedures for these three printing protocols (Internet
Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP Jetdirect
– Socket) are basically the same. Please find the example below.
For set up LPD Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is
attached in Address field.
2. Type the port name in Queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
For set up IPP Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server in Address field. After
that, enable print server’s second port, and type
“: second port”.
NOTE: It is highly recommended to configure second port as
631, or any port from 1024 to 65535.
2. Type the port name in Queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
For set up Socket Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is
attached in Address field. After that, type “: 9100” for port 1, “:
9101” for port 2 or “: 9102” for port 3.
2. Keep the blank in queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List
menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions.
When the printer appears listed it is ready for use. Quite the Printer
Setup Utility then start printing.
MAC 10.5 LEOPARD USER
NOTE: Mac OS printing is supported by Postscript printers only!
With Mac OS X Leopard (10.5), you can use Apple Talk, Bonjour,
Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP
Jetdirect - Socket printing through Print Server.
Click this icon
in your Dock to open your System
Preferences, then click Network icon
Select Ethernet Connection on the left menu bar to review your
computer information.
Click the Advanced button and then the AppleTalk tab as show
below. Select the Make AppleTalk Active option, then click OK and
the Apply button. AppleTalk is now active on the system. Now a
printer can be added.
Adding a Printer
Click this icon
in your Dock to open your System Preferences,
click Print & Fax icon.
The following screen will appear.
Click the add button “+” to add a new printer.
Mac OS X Leopard (10.5) supports five printing protocols:
1. AppleTalk
2.
3.
4.
5.
Bonjour
Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)
Line Printer Daemon (LPD)
HP Jetdirect – Socket
To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon
enabled or HP Jet Direct – Socket enabled printer, click the
button and follow the instructions to add an IP Printer beginning on
“Adding an IP printer” session.
AppleTalk-enabled or Bonjour-enabled Printers
To add an AppleTalk-enabled or Bonjour-enabled printer, click the
button below.
Select the printer model from Printer Name/ Kind. The printer name
selected should be the same as that appearing listed in the Printer
Server’s web manager. In the example here, the printer name is PS116688-P3. By default the Printer Using will use Auto Select to
determine what printer configuration to use. This may also be
manually selected in the Print Using drop-down menu by brand and
model.
Click the Add button to exit the window and implement the new
setting.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List
menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions.
When the printer appears listed it is ready for use. Quite the Printer
Setup Utility and start printing.
Adding an IP Printer
To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon
enabled or HP Jet Direct – Socket enabled printer, click the
button.
Select the desired printing protocol from the Protocol drop-down
menu.
Type the IP Address of the printer, the name will appear in the Name
field when the printer is found. This window will indicate that it is
verifying the address. If the printer is found, this window will state
“Valid and complete address” under the Address field.
The printer utility is able to detect the printer and may automatically
select the correct printer driver in the Print Using field. Or manually
select the printer-maker from the Print Using drop-down menu, and
then select the printer model from the scroll-down list, or select
Generic PostScrip Printer option from the Print Using drop-down
menu if the model is not listed. To implement the setting, click Add
button.
The setup procedures for these three printing protocols (Internet
Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP Jetdirect
– Socket) are basically the same. Illustrated examples are include
below for the sake of reference.
For set up LPD Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server in Address field.
2. Type the port name in Queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
For set up IPP Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server in Address field. After
that, enable print server’s second port, and type
“: second port”.
NOTE: It is highly recommended to configure second port as
631, or any port from 1024 to 65535.
2. Type the port name in Queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
For set up Socket Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server in Address field. After
that, type “: 9100” for port 1, “: 9101” for port 2 or “: 9102” for
port 3.
2. Keep the blank in queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List
menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions.
When the printer appears listed it is ready for use. Quite the Printer
Setup Utility and start printing.
MAC OS 10.4 TIGER USER
NOTE: Mac OS printing is supported by Postscript printers only!
With Mac OS X Tiger (10.4), you can use Apple Talk, Bonjour,
Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP
Jet Direct-Socket printing through Print Server.
Click this icon
in your Dock to open your System
Preferences window as below.
Click the Network icon in System Preferences menu to view the
menu below.
Select the Apple Talk tab in the Network menu. Check to select the
Make Apple TalkActive option. Click the Apply Now button and
close the menu. Apple Talk is now active on the system. Now a
printer can be added.
Adding a Printer
Use the Go menu at the top tool bar and select Applications option
and find the Utilities folder or open the Utilities folder directly in Go
menu.
In the Utilities folder, find and select
to
open Printer List window. If no printer has been set up on your
Macintosh, you will be prompted to add a printer. Click Add button on
the pop-up dialogue box to open Printer Browser window.
Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) supports five printing protocols:
1. AppleTalk
2. Bonjour
3. Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)
4. Line Printer Daemon (LPD)
5. HP Jet Direct – Socket
To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon
enabled or HP Jet Direct – Socket enabled printer, click on the
button and follow the instructions to add an IP Printer
beginning on “Adding an IP printer” session.
AppleTalk-enabled or Bonjour-enabled Printers
To add an AppleTalk-enabled or Bonjour-enabled printer, click the
button in the Printer Browser menu.
Select the printer model from Printer Name list and Connection type
in the Printer Browser menu. The printer name selected should be
the same as that appearing listed in the Printer Server’s web
manager. In the example here, the printer name is PS-C0D26A-U3.
By default the Printer Browser will use the Auto Select for Print
Using to determine what printer configuration to use. This may also
be manually selected in the Print Using drop-down menu by brand
and model. Click the Add button to exit the Printer Browser window
and implement the new setting.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List
menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions.
When the printer appears listed it is ready for use. Quit the Printer
List and start printing.
Adding an IP Printer
To add an Internet Printing Protocol enabled, Line Printer Daemon
enabled or HP Jet Direct – Socket enabled printer, click the IP Printer
button in the Printer Browser window. Select the desired printing
protocol from the Protocol drop-down menu.
Type the IP Address of the printer, the name will appear in the Name
field when the printer is found. The Printer Browser will indicate that
it is verifying the address. If the printer is found, the Printer Browser
will state “Valid and complete address” under the Address field.
he printer utility is able to detect the printer and may automatically
select the correct printer driver in the Print Using field. Or manually
select the printer-maker from the Print Using drop-down menu, and
then select the printer model from the scroll-down list, or select
Generic PostScript Printer option from the Print Using drop-down
menu if the model is not listed. To implement the setting, click Add
button.
The setup procedures for these three printing protocols (Internet
Printing Protocol (IPP), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), and HP Jet
Direct – Socket) are basically the same. Illustrated examples are
include below for the sake of reference.
For set up LPD Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is
attached in Address field.
2. Type the port name in Queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
For set up IPP Printing:
1.
Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is
attached in Address field. After that, type “: 80” or “: second
port” if print server’s second port is enabled.
2.
Type the port name in Queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
For set up Socket Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is
attached in Address field. After that, type “: 9100” for port 1, “:
9101” for port 2 or “: 9102” for port 3.
2.
Keep the blank in Queue field.
Click Add button after done the section of printer model in the Print
Using drop-down menu.
When the Installable Options pop-up window shows up as below,
click Continue button.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List
menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions.
When the printer appears listed it is ready for use. Quit the Printer
Setup Utility and start printing.
MAC OS 10.3 PANTHER USER
NOTE: Mac OS printing is supported by Postscript printers only!
With Mac OS X Panther (10.3), you can use Apple Talk, Line Printer
Daemon (LPD), and Rendezvous, printing through Print Server.
Click this icon
in your Dock to open your System
Preferences window as below.
Click the Network icon in System Preferences menu to view the
menu below.
Select the Apple Talk tab in the Built-in Ethernet menu. Check to
select the Make AppleTalk Active option. Click the Apply Now
button and close the menu. Apple Talk is now active on the system.
Now a printer can be added.
Adding a Printer:
Use the Go menu at the top tool bar and select Applications option
and find the Utilities folder or open the Utilities folder directly in Go
menu.
In the Utilities folder, find and select Printer Setup Utility to open
Printer List
window.
If no printer has been set up on your Macintosh, you will be prompted
to add a printer. Click Add button on the pop-up dialogue box to open
the window below.
Mac OS X Panther (10.3) supports three printing protocols:
1. AppleTalk
2. Rendezvous
3. Line Printer Daemon (LPD)
To add an LPD enabled printer, click IP Printing in the drop-down
menu and follow the instructions to add an IP Printer beginning on
“Adding an IP printer” session.
AppleTalk-enabled or Rendezvous-enabled Printers
To add an AppleTalk-enabled or Rendezvous-enabled printer, click
either AppleTalk or Rendezvous in the drop-down menu.
Select a printer name from the Name list. The printer name selected
should be the same as that appearing listed in the Printer Server’s
web manager. In the example here, the printer name is PS-1168-U1.
By default the Printer Model will use the Auto Select to determine
what printer configuration to use. This may also be manually selected
in the Print Model drop-down menu by brand and model. Click the
Add button to see the newly added printer in the Printer List window.
The printer that has just been added will show up in the Printer List
menu, it might take a few seconds depending on network conditions.
When the printer appears listed it is ready for use.
Adding an IP Printer
To add an LPD enabled printer, click IP Printing in the drop-down
menu in the Printer List window.
After selecting IP Printing, a window displays as follows:
Set up LPD Printing:
1. Enter the IP address of the print server to which the printer is
attached in the Printer Address field.
2. Type the port name in Queue field.
3. The printer utility is able to detect the printer and may
automatically select the correct printer driver in the Print Model
field. Or, manually select the printer-maker from the Print Model
drop-down menu, and then select the printer model from the
scroll-down list, or select Generic option from the Print Model
drop-down menu if the model is not listed.
4. To implement the setting, click Add button.
Rendezvous Uses in MAC OS 10.2
The latest version of MAC OS provides a new feature that is
called Rendezvous. Rendezvous is a revolutionary networking
technology standard that lets you create an instant network of
computers and devices, which can be used throughout Mac OS
10.2 to provide innovative ways to share files and printers and
even contact other people on the network.
For the printer connection, the Mac OS 10.2 Print Center
application uses Rendezvous to discover Rendezvous-enabled
printers on the network. When you add your computer to a
network, Print Center automatically discovers the available
printers. All you have to do is selecting the one you want to
use and then start printing. You can add a new printer to the
network and all the users on the network will see the new printer
automatically appear in their Print Center, without any
configuration.
The following instructions provide a common procedure of
installing the printer:
1. Launch Print Center.
Add button.
Press and hold the Option key, click the
2. Select Rendezvous from the pop-up menu.
3. When clicking the Rendezvous item, the following window
appears to display the connected Rendezvous-enabled printers.
Connected printer(s)
4. Select the desired printer, and the following pop-up menu displays
the printer’s manufacturer. Select Generic.
5. The printer is installed into the system successfully.
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