Oki C9650hn SIGNAGE SOLUTION Color Printer Configuration Guide

Oki C9650hn SIGNAGE SOLUTION Color Printer Configuration Guide
Configuration Guide
C9650n
C9650dn
C9650hdn
C9650hdtn
C910n
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TM
PREFACE
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is complete,
accurate, and up-to-date. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for the results of
errors beyond its control. The manufacturer also cannot guarantee that changes in software
and equipment made by other manufacturers and referred to in this guide will not affect
the applicability of the information in it. Mention of software products manufactured by
other companies does not necessarily constitute endorsement by the manufacturer.
While all reasonable efforts have been made to make this document as accurate and helpful
as possible, we make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or
completeness of the information contained herein.
The most up-to-date drivers and manuals are available from the Oki web site:
http://www.okiprintingsolutions.com
07086901 iss. 5; Copyright © 2011 Oki Europe Ltd. All rights reserved.
Oki is a registered trademark of Oki Electric Industry Company, Ltd.
Oki Printing Solutions is a trademark of Oki Data Corporation.
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Apple, Macintosh, Mac and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Other product names and brand names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their
proprietors.
Preface > 2
CONTENTS
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Notes, cautions and warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network summary printout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration methods. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 1: configuring the print server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Using the adminmanager quick setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Using quick setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Using adminmanager standard setup . . . . . . . . .
Installing AdminManager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The AdminManager interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pull-down menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
File menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Help menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using a web browser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Launching the web browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Changing the password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Using TELNET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Example TELNET configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Section 2: utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
PrintSuperVision management utility (Windows only). . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
PrintSuperVision’s main functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
System requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Installing PrintSuperVision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Running PrintSuperVision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
To run PrintSuperVision server (machine on which it is installed) . . . . . .38
To run PrintSuperVision from a client pc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Help. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Oki LPR printing utility (Windows only) . . . . . . . .
System requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Oki LPR utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Oki LPR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Uninstalling the Oki LPR utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 3: printing from Windows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Installing a network printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the oki driver installer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Why use the oki driver installer? . . . . . . . . . .
Using the add printer wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Method summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the different methods . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 4: printing using MacOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Setting up a network printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Network summary printout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Contents > 3
MacOS printer setup utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the printer setup utility . . . . . . . . . . .
The printer setup utility interface . . . . . . . . . . .
menu options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Discover printers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer status monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer NIC card summary/system status . . . .
Change settings/Oki device setup . . . . . . . . .
Open web browser/configuration via http . . . .
Change utility preferences/environment setup
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Connecting to your printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Snow leopard (10.6) and leopard (10.5) . . . . . .
USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bonjour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AppleTalk (Leopard only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TCP/IP connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tiger (10.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bonjour, AppleTalk or USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TCP/IP connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Panther (10.3) and Jaguar (10.2) . . . . . . . . . . .
Rendezvous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IP connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AppleTalk connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USB connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Configuring printer hardware options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Section 5: troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Network summary printout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network summary does not print . . . . . . . . . .
An error is printed in the network summary . . .
EEPROM check registers an error. . . . . . . . . . .
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TCP/IP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer cannot find the network interface card. . .
Cannot print with lpr and ftp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Incorrect user name on the banner page . . . . . .
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NetBEUI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
The network interface card is not identified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Error writing to prn1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Web browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Microsoft internet explorer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Mozilla Firefox. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Appendix: printer menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Menu basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Top level functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Special menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Table conventions used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Functions menu tree: admin setup, calibration, print statistics . . . . . . . .66
Boot menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Printer menu: making changes in the menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Making changes in the function menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Making changes in the boot menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Printer menu: functions list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
Admin setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
Calibration menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Print statistics menu (C9650 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
Contents > 4
Printer menu: print statistics menu
Printer menu: boot menu . . . . . . .
Parallel setup . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USB setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security setup. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storage setup . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language setup. . . . . . . . . . . .
(C910 only)
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Contents > 5
NOTES, CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
NOTE
A note provides additional information to supplement the main text.
CAUTION!
A caution provides additional information which, if ignored, may
result in equipment malfunction or damage.
WARNING!
A warning provides additional information which, if ignored, may
result in a risk of personal injury.
Specifications subject to change without notice. All trademarks acknowledged.
Notes, cautions and warnings > 6
INTRODUCTION
NOTE
The network addresses used in this manual are shown for example only.
Network addresses used in your installation should be within in the
appropriate address range and have the correct subnet mask for your network
segment.
The OkiLAN Internal Print Server is a fast 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000Base-T network
interface.
This network print server supports IEEE 802.2, IEEE 802.3, Ethernet-II and SNAP, and can
detect those frame types automatically.
It supports major protocols such as TCP/IP, EtherTalk (Mac) and NetBEUI (Windows).
The print server has a number of security features, including SSL/TLS, IP Filtering,
disabling unused protocols, etc.
Password protection ensures that the print server is safe from unauthorised changes in
settings. You can also restrict access by disabling network services, protocols, and ports
you are not using. You can limit access to specific authorised IP addresses as well.
The SMTP feature allows you to have an E-mail sent to designated addresses when certain
errors occur.
NOTE
Change the emulation in the Printer Menu settings to Auto or PS before
printing the network summary.
SECTIONS
This book is divided into the following sections:
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“Section 1: configuring the print server” on page 11
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“Section 2: utilities” on page 36
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“Section 3: printing from Windows” on page 41
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“Section 4: printing using MacOS” on page 44
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“Section 5: troubleshooting” on page 60
Introduction > 7
SPECIFICATIONS
Frame types
IEEE 802.2
IEEE 802.3
Ethernet-II, SNAP, AUTO
Network
interface
1000BASE-T
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
Network
protocols
TCP/IP
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Network layer: ARP, RARP, IP, ICMP, PnP
Session layer: TCP, UDP
Application layer: PR, FTP, TELNET, HTTP, IPP, BOOTP, DHCP,
SNMP, DNS, SMTP, POP3
IPX/SPX (NetWare)
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Remote printer mode (up to eight file servers and 32 queues)
Print server mode (up to eight print servers)
Encrypted password supported in print server mode
SNMP
EtherTalk: ELAP, AARP, DDP, AEP, NBP, ZIP, RTMP, ATP, PAP
AppleTalk
Bonjour
NetBEUI: SMB, NetBIOS
Supported
Operating
Systems
Windows
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2000
XP
Vista
Server 2003
Server 2008
Windows 7
Mac OS X 10.3 or later
Print Service
LPR
FTP
Port 9100
Web Direct Printing
QSERVER Binder
QSERVER NDS
Functions
Self-diagnostic test printing
Banner supported
Monitoring/configure by Web browser
Printer status notification by E-Mail
Introduction > 8
NETWORK SUMMARY PRINTOUT
The printer server’s network summary reports the printer’s MAC Address (Ethernet
address).
1.
Turn the printer on.
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Press the print server Test button for more than three seconds and release.
The printer’s MAC Address (Ethernet address) appears on the first page under General
Information.
The first six digits of the MAC Address are the same for all OkiLAN print servers.
The last six digits of the MAC Address are unique to each OkiLAN and are required to set
up the print server.
The hub link status results are also printed (normally “OK”).
NOTE
If anything other than “OK” is displayed see page 61.
Introduction > 9
CONFIGURATION METHODS
You can configure the print server by using one of the following methods:
UTILITY
FEATURES
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Quick Setup
Configure the print server easily and
simply without installing any
software packages into your system.
Refer to “Supported Operating
Systems” on page 8.
(see page 12)
You can set the following:
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Enable/disable TCP/IP, EtherTalk,
NetBEUI protocols.
Set IP address, Subnet Mask and
Gateway for TCP/IP manually or by
using DHCP.
Zone name and Port name for
EtherTalk.
AdminManager
Configure the print server in detail.
Web Browser
Configure the print server and
printer by using a Web browser.
Microsoft Internet Explorer or
similar.
Operating system that supports
the Web browser.
TELNET
Configure the print server using
TELNET.
Third-party vendor developed
TELNET client package.
A TELNET Application is
standard in Windows.
SNMP
The printer and network card can be
controlled using a third-party vendor
developed SNMP application.
Introduction > 10
Third-party vendor developed
SNMP application.
SECTION 1: CONFIGURING THE PRINT SERVER
This section explains the various ways you can configure your print server.
It consists of the following:
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“Using the adminmanager quick setup” on page 12
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“Using a web browser” on page 31
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“Using adminmanager standard setup” on page 14
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“Using TELNET” on page 34
Section 1: configuring the print server > 11
USING THE ADMINMANAGER QUICK SETUP
INTRODUCTION
NOTE
> This utility can only be used on a PC that can be connected to the network
with TCP/IP or IPX/SPX.
> This utility must be used on a PC that is located in the same segment as
the printer.
The AdminManager Quick Setup utility allows you to configure the print server easily and
simply without installing any software packages.
You can configure the following:
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Enable/disable TCP/IP, EtherTalk, NetBEUI protocols.
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Set IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway for TCP/IP manually or by using DHCP.
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Set NetWare mode and create Queue/Print Server/Printer objects.
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Zone name and Port name for EtherTalk.
USING QUICK SETUP
1.
Insert the Network & Utilities CD/DVD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive and wait for it to
autorun.
If the installer does not start automatically, click Start > Run and enter E:\Setup
(where E is your CD/DVD-ROM drive) in the Open field, then click OK.
2.
Select the appropriate language.
3.
Accept the Software License Agreement if you have not previously accepted it.
NOTE
Installation enables the user to create network queues and perform other
functions.
4.
C9650: Select Network Card Setup tab (a).
C910: Select Software Utilities 2 (a).
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5.
C9650: Select Install Network Card Setup (b).
C910: Under Network Card Setup, click Install (b).
a
b
a
b
6.
If required, select the appropriate language.
7.
Select Oki Device Quick Setup and follow the on-screen instructions.
8.
When you are done making your selections, review them and if they are correct,
click Execute.
The new settings are transmitted to the network card, but the network card is still
operating with pre-transmission settings.
9.
Click Finish to validate the new settings.
The print server re-initialises.
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USING ADMINMANAGER STANDARD SETUP
AdminManager Standard Setup is a powerful Microsoft Windows-based utility for
configuring all print server functions using a graphical user interface.
NOTE
> This utility can only be used on a PC that can be connected to the network
with TCP/IP or IPX/SPX.
> This utility must be used on a PC that is located in the same segment as
the printer.
INSTALLING ADMINMANAGER
1.
Insert the Network & Utilities CD/DVD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive and wait for it to
autorun.
If the installer does not start automatically, click Start > Run and enter E:\Setup
(where E is your CD/DVD-ROM drive) in the Open field, then click OK.
2.
Select the appropriate language.
3.
Accept the Software License Agreement if you have not previously accepted it, then
select Network Card Standard Setup.
4.
C9650: Select the Network Card Setup tab (a).
C910: Select Software Utilities 2 (a).
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5.
C9650: Select Install Network Card Setup (b).
C910: Under Network Card Setup, click Install (b).
a
b
a
b
6.
If required, select the appropriate language.
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7.
Click Oki Device Standard Setup.
The Welcome window displays.
Here you can choose:
> run the utility from the CD/DVD Execute from CD-ROM
> load the utility onto your hard drive and run it from there Install and Execute
8.
Click Next.
(a)
If you selected Install and Execute, follow the on-screen instructions to install
AdminManager, then see the “The AdminManager interface” on page 17.
(b)
If you selected Execute from CD-ROM, see the “The AdminManager interface”
on page 17.
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THE ADMINMANAGER INTERFACE
NOTE
To open the standard version of AdminManager from your desktop, click
Start > Programs > OKI Setup Utility > Admin Manager.
PULL-DOWN MENUS
FILE MENU
>
Search
Locates and lists all printers in your network which have an Oki compatible network
card installed.
>
Exit
Exit the program.
STATUS MENU
>
Printer Status
Displays the current status of the printer.
>
System Status
Displays the current network card configuration. The configuration data can be
saved as a log file.
>
List of Configuration Items
Displays current configuration. Configuration data can be saved as a log file.
SETUP MENU
>
Oki Device Setup
Use this to configure the print server card.
General Tab (Oki Device Setup)
The General tab allows you to change the admin password.
1.
Click Change.
2.
Enter the current value, then enter the new value and re-enter it under Confirm ….
NOTE
The default admin password is the last six digits of the MAC Address, minus
any punctuation marks. e.g., for a MAC (Ethernet) Address of
00:80:87:A4:55:79, the password would be A45579.
3.
Click OK.
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TCP/IP Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use TCP/IP Protocol
Enable/disable TCP/IP protocol.
Use DHCP/BOOTP
Click to select this item if the IP address, subnet mask, default
gateway and IP addresses for DNS primary server and
secondary servers are retrieved from the DHCP or BOOTP
server.
Use IPv6
Use to enable/disable IPv6.
Use Windows Rally
Windows Vista and above only: Use to discover and
configure devices over a network.
IP Address
Set the IP address of the selected network interface card.
Subnet Mask
Set the subnet mask of the selected network interface card.
Default Gateway
Set the default gateway of the selected network interface card.
Auto Discovery…
Use to enable/disable Network PnP and Bonjour, and to set the
Device Name.
DNS Server…
Set IP addresses for DNS primary and secondary servers.
WINS Server…
Use to set IP addresses for primary and secondary servers,
and to enter a Scope ID.
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Netware Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use NetWare Protocol
Enable/disable NetWare protocol.
Use IPX Protocol
Click to deselect if you do not wish to use IPX.
Use TCP/IP Protocol
Click this to select TCP/IP protocol.
Print Server Name
Set a Print Server name.
Frame Type
Set the primary NetWare frame type.
Operation Mode
Select the NetWare mode:
PSERVER Mode (the default)
RPRINTER Mode
Bindery Setup check
box.
Click to deselect Bindery. When Bindery Setup is deselected,
the Bindery Setup… button is greyed out.
Bindery Setup
Configure Bindery mode items, including:
File Server to be connected.
Specify up to 8 file servers to
connect.
Password.
Set a password for the Print
Server.
Job Polling Time
Set the print job polling
interval in seconds.
NDS Setup
Set the NDS Tree and Context where the Print Server was
created.
RPRINTER Setup
Appears if you select RPRINTER mode under Operation Mode.
The following can be configured:
Printer Name
Print server to be connected.
Specify up to 8 file servers to
connect.
Time Out
Set the duration from the
last data’s arrival to freeing
of the port, in seconds.
Set the NetWare printer object name.
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EtherTalk Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use EtherTalk Protocol
Enable/disable EtherTalk protocol.
Printer Name
Set the EtherTalk Printer object name.
Zone Name
Set the name of the zone to which the print server belongs.
NetBEUI Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use NetBEUI Protocol
Enable/disable NetBEUI protocol.
Short Printer Name
Set a name for the print server.
Workgroup
Set a name for the work group to which the print server
belongs.
Comment
Set the comments for the print server.
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SNMP Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use SNMP Service
Enable/disable
SNMPv1 settings
SNMP Write community
Change
SNMP Read community
Change
User name
Set a user name.
Authorization settings
Options to Setup and Delete.
Privacy (encryption) settings
Options to Setup and Delete.
SNMPv3 settings
SysContact
Set the printer manager name.
SysName
Set the printer model name.
SysLocation
Set the location where the printer is installed.
Printer Trap Setup…
The following items can be configured:
Printer Trap Community Name
This community name is assigned to
outgoing printer status traps such as
off-line, paper out, etc.
TCP #1 through TCP #5
Set up to five IP addresses to which a
Trap packet will be sent.
Detail…
[for TCP #1 through TCP #5]
Click to enable sending a Trap packet
for any or all of the following selectable
conditions:
Printer Reboot
Receive Illegal
Online
Offline
Paper Out
Paper Jam
Cover Open
Printer Error
IPX
Set node address and network address
to which a Trap packet will be sent.
Detail… [for IPX]
Click to enable sending a Trap packet
for any or all of the following selectable
conditions:
Online
Offline
Paper Out
Paper Jam
Cover Open
Printer Error
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E-mail(Send) Tab
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use SMTP Transmit
Enable/disable sending E-mail using SMTP.
SMTP Server Name
Set the host name of the SMTP server.
Printer E-mail Address
Set the E-mail address that is used in the From field in the mail
header.
Destination Address 1…
through 5…
Set the following parameters:
Destination
Address
Set E-mail address to which E-mail should be
sent.
Notify Mode
Select PERIOD or EVENT.
When PERIOD is selected:
Check Time
Used to set the interval at which the selected
events are checked. E-mail will be sent at that
interval for each selected event which has
occurred.
Period Mode
Set ON/OFF for the events listed.
When EVENT is selected
Event Mode
Select Enable (ON), Disable (OFF) or Immediate
(NoWait, e-mail is sent as soon as the event
occurs) for the listed events. If Enable is
selected, the check interval is settable in hours
and/or minutes (0, 15, 30, or 45).
Attach Info…
Select whichever information is to be included in the E-mail.
Comment…
Set up to four lines of text to be included with the E-mail as
comments.
Authentication…
Used to set the following security information:
Others…
Use SMTP
Authentication
Enable/disable SMTP authentication.
User ID
Set the user ID for authentication.
User Password
Set a password for authentication.
Set the following items:
SMTP Port
Number
Set the port number of SMTP (default is 25).
Reply-To Address
Set the E-mail address used for the Reply-To
field in the mail header
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E-mail(Receive) Tab (Oki Device Setup)
The print server supports an e-mail reception function (POP3) allowing the printer to print
PDF and text files attached to e-mails.
Not all printers support this function. If the email receive tab is not displayed, your printer
does not support this function.
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use POP Receive
Enable/disable receiving E-Mail via POP3.
POP3 Server
Set the IP address or host name of the POP3 server.
POP3 Server UserID
Set User ID for POP3 server.
POP3 Server Password
Set a password for the POP3 server.
POP Detail…
Set the following:
Use SMTP Receive
Domain Filter…
Use APOP
Select if you want to use APOP.
POP3 Port Number
Set the port number for APOP (default is
110).
Mail Polling Time
Set interval to retrieve E-Mail(s) from the
POP3 server. Selectable values, OFF, 1min,
5min (default), 10min, 30 min, 60 min.
Enable/disable SMTP receive.
Set the following:
Use Domain Filter
Enable/disable domain filtering.
Filter Policy
Select ACCEPT (the default) or DENY.
Domain Filter
Define up to five domain filters.
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SNTP Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use SNTP
Enable/disable SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol).
NTP Server 1 Address
Set the IP address or host name for NTP Server 1.
NTP Server 2 Address
Set the IP address or host name for NTP Server 2.
Adjust Interval
Set the interval for sending time update requests to the server.
Select 1 hour (the default), 12 hours or 24 hours.
Local Time Zone
Set the local time zone from -12:00 to +13:00. Minute interval
is selectable from 00 (the default), 15, 30 or 45.
Daylight Saving
When this is selected, one hour is added to the local time.
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Maintenance Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
LAN Scale
Select NORMAL (the default) or SMALL.
IP Filter Setup…
The following items can be configured:
Service…
Use IP FIlter
Enable/disable IP Filtering. Default is disabled.
Admin IP Address
Enter the printer’s IP Address.
IP Address Range
Set up to 10 IP Filter address ranges: IP
FIlter Range 1 through IIP Filter Range
10.
Printing
Enable/disable printing of the specified IP
address range. Default is disabled.
Configuration
Enable/disable changing IP address ranges.
Default is disabled.
The following features can be selected by clicking their check box.
TCP/IP Protocol
NetBEUI Protocol
NetWare Protocol
EtherTalk Protocol
FTP Service
Use Telnet Service
Use Web Service
Use SNMP Service
Use POP3 Protocol
Use SNTP
Use encrypted communication for configuration data
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SSL/TLS Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Encryption
Strength
Set the strength of encryption:
Strong = highest security, slowest speed
Standard = medium security, medium speed
Weak = least security, fastest speed
Self-signed
Certificate
For IPP encryption within an organisation’s internal network (intranet).
Create
Certificate…
When Self-signed Certificate is selected, the following items are configured:
Common Name
The printer’s IP Address appears here.
Organisation
Enter the name of your organization.
Organisation Unit
Optional. Allows you to enter a subdivision or department
name.
Locality
Enter the name of the city where the organization is located.
State/Province
Enter the state or province where the organisation is located.
Country/Region
Enter the country or region where the organisation is
located.
Key Exchange Method
Select RSA (the default) or Diffie-Hellman(DSS).
Key size
Select 512, 1024 (the default), or 2048 bits.
Term of Validity
Enter a starting and ending date (month/date/year) for
which the certificate is valid.
CA-signed
Certificate…
Used for web encryption to provide security when printing over the internet. Requires
an outside certification service which must be purchased separately.
Create
Certificate…
When CA-signed Certificate is selected, the following items are configured:
Common Name
The printer’s IP Address appears here.
Organisation
Enter the name of your organisation.
Organisation Unit
Optional. Allows you to enter a subdivision or department
name.
Locality
Enter the name of the city where the organization is located.
State/Province
Enter the state or province where the organisation is located.
Country/Region
Enter the country or region where the organisation is
located.
Key Exchange Method
Select RSA (the default) or Diffie-Hellman(DSS).
Key size
Select 1024 (the default) or 2048 bits.
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IEEE802.1X Tab (Oki Device Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use IEEE802.1X
Enable/disable
EAP Type
The following items can be configured:
EAP-TLS
Use EAP-TLS protocol
PEAP
Use EAP-TLS protocol
Use SSL/TLS
Certificate
Enable/disable
Authenticate server
Enable/disable
Certificate
Client certificate
File:
Password:
Options to Import, Delete, View
CA certificate
File:
Password:
Options to Import, Delete, View
>
Setup by HTTP
Launches the default browser in your environment to access the selected printer’s
web page.
>
Setup by TELNET
Launches the TELNET application in your environment to access the selected
printer’s TELNET port.
NOTE
The TELNET application is not included as part of the print server package.
Install the TELNET package on to your system. For further information, see
your Windows manual.
>
Reset
Resets the selected network interface card.
>
Test Print
Prints the network summary details (see page 9).
>
IP Address Setup
Sets the static IP address of the network interface card manually. If you only use
TCP/IP and the print server has not yet been configured, occasionally it may not be
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displayed on AdminManager. You can configure the IP address of the print server by
this function.
(a)
Enter the Ethernet Address (MAC Address) and the IP Address, then click
OK.
NOTE
The Ethernet (MAC) Address is displayed under “General Information” on the
network summary printout (see page 9).
(b)
AdminManager asks whether you want to initialise the network interface card or
not. Select Yes.
NOTE
Even if you select No here, the IP address that you set can be used after
turning the printer OFF and ON. The requirement to turn your printer OFF and
ON is dependent on the network interface card.
OPTION MENU
>
Use TCP/IP Protocol
If this item is selected, AdminManager uses TCP/IP protocol to search/configure
network interface cards.
>
Use IPX/SPX Protocol
If this item is selected, AdminManager uses IPX/SPX protocol to search/configure
network interface cards.
>
Environment Setup
Set environment items such as broadcast addresses for TCP/IP protocol, network
addresses for NetWare protocol and Time Out.
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TCP/IP Tab (Environmental Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use TCPP/IP
Protocol
Enable/disable TCP/IP protocol. The default is
enabled. If disabled, the search will not be
carried out using TCP/IP.
Set Broadcast
Address
Set broadcast addresses that are used to search
Oki network interface cards using the TCP/IP
protocol.
Add
Click Add to add the address to the list in the
box.
Delete
Select an address in the box, then click Delete
to remove it.
NetWare Tab (Environmental Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use NetWare
Protocol
Enable/disable NetWare protocol. The default is
enabled. If disabled, the search will not be
carried out using NetWare.
Auto Search
If Auto Search is selected (the default),
AdminManager will search all networks that it
can detect.
Set Network
Number
Set network addresses that are used to search
Oki network interface cards via NetWare
protocol. If there any many NetWare file servers
on your network, specify the network address to
which the network card belongs.
Add
Click to add the network number you have
entered to the list box.
Delete
Select a network number in the list box, then
click Delete to remove it.
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SNMP Tab (Environmental Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Obtain the
printer name via
SNMP
Enable/disable.
Community
name
Set a community name.
Add
Click to add the entry to the list box.
Delete
Select an entry in the list box, then click Delete
to remove it.
Timeout Tab (Environmental Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Set Timeout:
Printer Search
Search Every (20-180sec)
Set the response waiting time from the
network card in seconds. Default is 30
seconds.
Set Timeout:
Data Send/
Receive
Time Outs (1-60sec)
Set time out between AdminManager and the
network interface card in seconds. Default is 5
seconds.
Retry (1-5)
Sets how many times AdminManager will retry
to transmit/receive data to/from the network
interface card. Default is 3 retries.
HELP MENU
About
Provides software Version and copyright information.
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USING A WEB BROWSER
If the print server is connected to the network using TCP/IP, its settings and the printer
menu settings can be configured using a Web browser.
NOTE
The network addresses used in this manual are shown for example only.
Network addresses used in your installation should be within in the
appropriate address range and have the correct subnet mask for your network
segment.
To apply configuration changes using a Web browser, you will be prompted for
a username and password:
username = root
default password = the last six digits of the MAC address. Note the password
is case sensitive, use uppercase.
LAUNCHING THE WEB BROWSER
NOTE
The following illustrations are from Microsoft Internet Explorer.
1.
Have a copy of the network summary printout to hand (see page 9).
> The MAC address is listed under “General Information.” You will use the last six
digits of the MAC Address (minus punctuation marks) as the password when
logging in for the first time.
> The IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway are listed under “TCP/IP
Configuration.”
2.
Launch the Web browser.
3.
Enter the print server’s IP Address.
4.
Press the Enter key.
The Printer Status window displays.
NOTE
You can also launch the web browser from within the AdminManager utility.
To do this, highlight the appropriate print server, then click Setup > Setup
by HTTP:
5.
To ensure correct operation, change the browser cache or temporary internet
settings to ensure the latest version is viewed at each session. For example, using
Internet Explorer:
(a)
In the Tools pull-down menu, select Internet Options.
(b)
On the General tab, under Temporary Internet files, click Settings….
(c)
Under Check for newer versions of stored programs, select Every visit to
the page.
(d)
Click OK.
NOTE
If you change the window size of the browser immediately after changing the
configuration, Security information may appear. Uncheck Display this
message next time.
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6.
Click OK.
7.
Click Administrator Login.
The Connect to window displays.
8.
Enter “root” for the User Name and your password—the default is the last six digits
of the MAC address (case sensitive, use uppercase)—under Password.
9.
Click OK.
10.
Click Skip to navigate to the main menu page.
11.
In the left column, click the category for which you wish to make changes.
12.
When you are finished, click Submit to send the changes to the print server.
NOTE
For information on setting up security features using the web browser refer to
the Security Guide.
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CHANGING THE PASSWORD
1.
Open the browser and enter the IP Address for the print server, then login with your
current password.
2.
Click Security >
3.
Under Administrator (root/admin) Password Configuration, enter the new
password, then enter it again under Confirm New Admin Password.
Password Configuration.
NOTE
Maximum 15 characters.
4.
Click Submit to save the changes or Cancel to exit.
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USING TELNET
CAUTION!
Please ensure that a valid IP address for your network
environment is used. Use of an incorrect IP address can cause
serious problems on your network.
EXAMPLE TELNET CONFIGURATION
TELNET requires the print server to have a valid IP address configured. If the NIC already
has an IP address configured, skip steps 1 to 3 below.
NOTE
The method of configuring commands may differ between workstations. Refer
to the workstation’s manual.
1.
Use the PING command to confirm the connection with the network card.
Example
For IP address 172.168.20.127:
PING 172.168.20.127
If there is no reply, there is a problem with the configuration of the IP address (the
IP address has been already set manually or by the DHCP/RARP server), or with the
network. Reset the network interface card settings to the default and try to set a
temporary IP address. If you still have the problem after resetting the network
interface card, consult the network manager.
2.
Login to the network card using TELNET.
Example
For IP address 172.168.20.127
TELNET 172.168.20.127
You should see a sequence similar to the following example:
Trying 172.168.20.127
Connected to 172.168.20.127
Escape character is ‘^]’.
EthernetBoard OkiLAN PRINTER".
login: root
‘root’ user needs password to login.
password:
User ‘root’ logged in.
No. MENU (level.1)
-----------------------------------1:Status / Information
2:Printer Config
3:Network Config
4:Security Config
5:Maintenance
99:Exit setup
Please select (1-99)?
3.
Enter the number of the item to be changed.
The details window for that item displays.
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4.
When the configuration is complete, click Exit Setup to save your change. To exit
without saving your modification, select Quit.
5.
Turn the printer off and on again.
NOTE
The network card continues to use pre-transmission settings until the printer
is turned off and back on again.
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SECTION 2: UTILITIES
This section covers the following:
>
“PrintSuperVision management utility (Windows only)” on page 37
>
“Oki LPR printing utility (Windows only)” on page 39
Section 2: utilities > 36
PRINTSUPERVISION MANAGEMENT UTILITY (WINDOWS ONLY)
NOTE
Not all utilities, features or protocols are supported by every product. Please
check with your User’s Guide and support website for latest information.
PrintSuperVision (PSV) is a Windows application designed for managing and monitoring
printing devices connected to a network. It consists of two parts:
>
A web application based on Microsoft web server (Internet Information Server, IIS
or Personal WEB Server, PWS), that provides the user interface.
>
A monitoring program (PrintSuperVisor) that runs all the time, collecting data and
saving it in a database for statistical reports and sending E-mail alerts based on the
saved configuration.
PrintSuperVision requires the .NET environment to be installed on the PC on which it runs.
The supplied installer will install this if necessary.
PRINTSUPERVISION’S MAIN FUNCTIONS
>
Maintaining the list of printing devices and organizing them in logical groups.
>
Initially discovering and configuring printers connected to the network.
>
Locating printers visually on maps.
>
Monitoring devices over time and saving data for statistical reports.
>
Sending email alerts when selected events occur that affect the functionality of
printers.
>
Creating statistical reports about usage of printers.
>
Tracking maintenance data related to printers.
>
Identifying part numbers of consumable items for use with your printer.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Refer to the PSV readme file for details.
SUPPORTED PRINTERS
PrintSuperVision provides general management information for Oki and non-Oki printers
connected to the network.
For Oki printers additional details, reports and added features are available.
While the printer properties are displayed in PrintSuperVision, only a few of the printer
settings can be set. For setting any other printer settings, a hyperlink to the printer’s web
page is provided in PrintSuperVision.
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INSTALLING PRINTSUPERVISION
NOTE
Installation requires administrator privileges.
1.
Insert the Network & Utilities CD into the CD-ROM drive and wait for it to autorun.
If the installer does not start automatically, click Start > Run and enter E:\Setup
(where E is your CD-ROM drive) in the Open field, then click OK.
2.
Accept the Software License Agreement if you have not previously accepted it and
select Software Utilities.
3.
Click Install PrintSuperVision.NET to begin installation.
4.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
When the installation ends, the Setup complete window is displayed.
5.
Click Finish.
RUNNING PRINTSUPERVISION
TO RUN PRINTSUPERVISION SERVER (MACHINE ON WHICH IT IS INSTALLED)
Either:
>
Click Start > Programs > PrintSuperVision > PrintSuperVision
>
Double-click the PrintSuperVision icon on the desktop for the PrintSuperVision
server
TO RUN PRINTSUPERVISION FROM A CLIENT PC
1.
Open your web browser.
2.
Enter the address
http://fill in the server IP address or host name/PrintSuperVision.
Or, if you changed the port number, enter the address with the port number included, e.g.:
http://172.168.20.127/PrintSuperVision:8080.
HELP
PrintSuperVision has an on-line help facility.
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OKI LPR PRINTING UTILITY (WINDOWS ONLY)
NOTE
Not all utilities, features or protocols are supported by every product. Please
check with your User’s Guide and support website for latest information.
Oki LPR is a utility that allows printing data to printers connected to the network via TCP/
IP. It is an alternative method of connecting printers instead of using the Microsoft TCP/IP
port; however, the Oki LPR utility offers some additional and very useful features:
>
Displays printer status - print job status can be viewed, paused or cancelled.
>
Download files directly to the printer - send PRN or PostScript files directly to
the printer.
>
Redirect print jobs - send print jobs to other printers if the original printer is busy
or has an error.
>
Multicast printing - send the same print job to many printers simultaneously1.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Operating systems with TCP/IP support and Oki printers that support TCP/IP.
INSTALLING THE OKI LPR UTILITY
NOTE
Some Operating Systems require administrator privileges in order to make
changes.
1.
Insert the CD/DVD-ROM into the CD/DVD-ROM drive. The Setup Utility starts
automatically. If it does not start, double-click setup.exe on the CD/DVD-ROM.
2.
Select the appropriate setup language and click I agree to accept the terms of the
Software Licence Agreement.
3.
Select Software Utilities > Install LPR utility.
4.
In the Choose Setup Language dialog, select the appropriate language and click
OK.
The Oki LPR utility is displayed.
5.
Click Next.
6.
Click Yes to accept the Software Licence Agreement.
7.
Verify Destination Folder and Spool Folder and click Next.
8.
Select Register in Startup if you want automatic startup as Windows boots up.
Select Launch as minimized if you want to startup in the Icon state. Click Next.
9.
Verify the program folder name and click Next.
The installation starts.
10.
When the installation ends, the Setup complete screen is displayed.
NOTE
If you wish to view the readme file, check Yes, I want to view the ReadMe
File before proceeding.
1. The printers all have to be of the same model.
Oki LPR printing utility (Windows only) > 39
11.
Check Yes, I want to launch Oki LPR Utility now and click Finish.
The Oki LPR utility starts.
12.
You may be asked whether it is OK to change write permissions for the spool
directory. Click Yes to allow the utility to be correctly installed.
13.
Select Remote Print > Add Printer.
14.
Click Discover… to search for the IP address of a suitable machine on your
network.
15.
Highlight the machine you will use and click OK.
16.
If your machine is not discovered, click Cancel and type the IP address directly at
IP Address:.
17.
Click OK. A machine is added to the main window.
Refer to the On-line Help for information on how to use the utility.
USING OKI LPR
Refer to the on-line Help for information on how to use the utility.
UNINSTALLING THE OKI LPR UTILITY
1.
To exit the Oki LPR Utility, select File > Exit.
2.
Select Start > Programs > Okidata > Oki LPR Utility > Uninstall Oki LPR
Utility.
You may find this under Start > All Programs on Windows XP.
3.
Click Yes when the “Confirm File Deletion” dialog is displayed.
Deletion of the Oki LPR utility starts.
4.
You may be asked whether you want to remove shared files. Click Yes.
5.
When the deletion has finished, the “Uninstall Successfully Completed” screen is
displayed. Click OK.
If a file that has been added after installation exists in the folder to install the OkiLPR utility
or the folder to spool, you cannot delete the folder. Delete any unwanted files before
running Uninstall OkiLPR Utility.
Oki LPR printing utility (Windows only) > 40
SECTION 3: PRINTING FROM WINDOWS
This section provides guidelines on how to print over the network from various Microsoft
Windows operating systems. There are numerous ways of printing from Windows and the
exact set-up will vary depending upon your environment. There are also numerous versions
of Windows, which can be configured as either a client, server or both.
Although there are many variants of Windows, the principles of network printing are the
same. Microsoft provides on-line help with all of their operating systems and this is a good
reference point for the exact details of each configuration option within Windows.
The network printer supports TCP/IP protocols that can be used in conjunction with the
Windows operating system.
NOTE
Not all utilities are supported by every operating system. Please check with
your User’s Guide and your support website for latest information.
Section 3: printing from Windows > 41
INSTALLING A NETWORK PRINTER
There are two ways to set up a network printer:
>
Install automatically, using the Oki Driver Installer
>
Install it yourself using the Add Printer Wizard
USING THE OKI DRIVER INSTALLER
The Oki driver installer program searches for compatible printers on the network and
installs and configures the printer drivers with the correct port settings automatically.
Using the Oki driver installer program, you can install to the following connected printer
types:
>
Locally connected printers
> USB port
> Parallel port
>
Networked printers
> Directly connected (i.e. Peer-to-peer) printers via TCP/IP. The Microsoft Standard
TCP/IP is installed and configured to use Port 9100 with the printer’s IP address.
> Printers not directly connected, but shared via a PC (i.e. Client-Server)
WHY USE THE OKI DRIVER INSTALLER?
>
Automatically discovers printers on the network (TCP/IP)
>
Installs driver and correctly assigns the appropriate port and IP address
>
Allows easy configuration of sharing the printer with other network users
>
Automatically configures the printer drivers with the appropriate hardware device
options such as hard disk drive, duplex unit (via Oki Network Extension software)
USING THE ADD PRINTER WIZARD
METHOD SUMMARY
The following table shows the different ways to connect to the printer (i.e. port types).
WINDOWS 2000
WINDOWS XP
WINDOWS VISTA
AND ABOVE
Use Web Services
On Devices
(Windows Rally)
No
No
Yes
Windows Standard
TCP/IP Port
Yes
Yes
Yes
OkiLPR
Yes
Yes
Yes
IPP
Yes
Yes
Yes
NetBEUI
Yes
Yes
No
Installing a network printer > 42
ABOUT THE DIFFERENT METHODS
Windows Rally
Windows Rally is an automated “plug and play” type utility that allows users to discover
and configure network devices effortlessly.
Windows standard TCP/IP port
The standard TCP/IP port simplifies connecting to remote printers using the TCP/IP
protocol. A computer that acts as a print server must run the TCP/IP protocol in order to
print.
You can configure this to use either LPR or Raw (e.g. Port 9100).
OkiLPR
Used to connect your printer over TCP/IP using an LPR port.
OkiLPR also includes useful tools enabling you to download PS and PRN files directly to your
printer, and automatically redirect jobs to other printers on the network.
IPP
The IPP (Internet Printing Protocol), defines a standard protocol for printing as well as
managing print jobs, media size, resolution, and such like.
NetBEUI
NetBEUI (NetBios Extended User Interface) is a protocol that was designed for use on small
workgroups or LANs. Within Windows, NetBEUI is used for file and printer sharing between
computers. It provides a simple method of printing, but the protocol does have limitations
and is not as robust as TCP/IP or IPX. Typically it is employed in small business networks
or home networks.
Installing a network printer > 43
SECTION 4: PRINTING USING MACOS
This section covers the following:
>
“Overview” on page 45
>
“Network summary printout” on page 46
>
“MacOS printer setup utility” on page 47
>
“Connecting to your printer” on page 54
>
“Configuring printer hardware options” on page 59
Section 4: printing using MacOS > 44
OVERVIEW
This guide is for administrators and it should be read in conjunction with the relevant
Mac OS X manual.
To get the best results from your printer, install the Postscript Printer Description (PPD) file
supplied with your printer and use this to customise the Apple PostScript driver that is builtin to the OS X. Features provided by the PPD file includes:
>
Supported paper types
>
Paper trays
>
Printer resolution
>
Printer colour matching
NOTE
> The PPD file must be installed using the Oki Driver Installer to ensure that
all essential files are copied.
> Not all utilities, features or protocols are supported by every operating
system. Please check with your support website for the latest information.
SETTING UP A NETWORK PRINTER
1.
If the printer does not already have an IP address, use the Printer Setup Utility to
assign an IP address. See “The printer setup utility interface” on page 48.
To do this, you will need to know the printer's MAC address. This can be found on the
print server's network summary printout. See “Network summary printout” on
page 46.
2.
Install the printer driver software. This copies the printer driver files to the correct
location on your Mac OS X system.
3.
Make a connection to the printer by USB, TCP/IP, Bonjour or AppleTalk. See
“Connecting to your printer” on page 54.
4.
If required, enable hardware device options such as duplex unit or printer hard disk.
See “Configuring printer hardware options” on page 59.
Overview > 45
NETWORK SUMMARY PRINTOUT
The printer’s configuration page reports information that is required for Mac OS X
configuration. Refer to “Network summary printout” on page 9 for details on how to print
a configuration map.
The first six characters of the Ethernet address are the same for all OkiLAN type network
cards. The last six characters of the Ethernet address are unique to each card.
Network summary printout > 46
MACOS PRINTER SETUP UTILITY
The Printer Setup Utility is a powerful MacOS-based utility for configuring all print server
functions using a graphical user interface.
INSTALLING THE PRINTER SETUP UTILITY
1.
Insert the Network & Utilities CD/DVD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive.
2.
Open the Printer Setup Utility folder and double-click Installer.
3.
Select the destination directory, then click Next.
4.
Ensure the Yes option is selected to activate the utility, then click Finish.
MacOS printer setup utility > 47
THE PRINTER SETUP UTILITY INTERFACE
The Printer Setup Utility auto-discovers Oki compatible network cards.
1.
Select the correct printer NIC to configure, click Setup menu then choose Oki
Device Setup.
2.
At the prompt, enter the Admin password.
NOTE
The default admin password is the last six digits of the MAC Address, minus
any punctuation marks. e.g., for a MAC (Ethernet) Address of
00:80:87:A4:55:79, the password would be A45579.
3.
Select the TCP/IP tab and assign your printer’s IP address.
4.
Click Apply.
MENU OPTIONS
DISCOVER PRINTERS
Locates and lists all printers in your network which have an Oki compatible network
card installed.
PRINTER STATUS MONITOR
Displays the current status of the printer.
MacOS printer setup utility > 48
PRINTER NIC CARD SUMMARY/SYSTEM STATUS
Displays the network card summary details.
CHANGE SETTINGS/OKI DEVICE SETUP
Use this to configure the network card settings (requires Admin password).
General Tab
The General tab allows you to change the admin password.
1.
Click Change.
2.
Enter the current value, then enter the new value and re-enter it under Confirm ….
NOTE
The default admin password is the last six digits of the MAC Address, minus
any punctuation marks. e.g., for a MAC (Ethernet) Address of
00:80:87:A4:55:79, the password would be A45579.
3.
Click OK.
4.
Click Apply.
MacOS printer setup utility > 49
TCP/IP Tab
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use TCP/IP Protocol
Enable/disable TCP/IP protocol.
Use DHCP/BOOTP
Click to select this item if the IP address, subnet mask,
default gateway and IP addresses for DNS primary server
and secondary servers are retrieved from the DHCP or
BOOTP server.
IP Address
Set the IP address of the selected network interface card.
Subnet Mask
Set the subnet mask of the selected network interface card.
Default Gateway
Set the default gateway of the selected network interface
card.
Use IPv6 Function
Use to enable/disable IPv6.
Netware Tab
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use NetWare Protocol
Enable/disable NetWare protocol.
Print Server Name
Set a Print Server name.
Frame Type
Set the primary NetWare frame type.
Operation Mode
Select the NetWare mode:
PSERVER Mode (the default)
RPRINTER Mode
MacOS printer setup utility > 50
ITEM
COMMENTS
Bindery Setup
Configure Bindery mode items, including:
File Server to be
connected.
Specify up to 8 file
servers to connect.
Password.
Set a password for the
Print Server.
Job Polling Time
Set the print job polling
interval in seconds.
NDS Setup
Set the NDS Tree and Context where the Print
Server was created.
Printer Name
Set the NetWare printer object name.
EtherTalk Tab
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use EtherTalk
Protocol
Enable/disable EtherTalk protocol.
Printer Name
Set the EtherTalk Printer object name.
Zone Name
Set the name of the zone to which the print server belongs.
MacOS printer setup utility > 51
NetBEUI Tab
ITEM
COMMENTS
Use NetBEUI Protocol
Enable/disable NetBEUI protocol.
Short Printer Name
Set a name for the print server.
Workgroup
Set a name for the work group to which the
print server belongs.
Comment
Set the comments for the print server.
SNMP Tab
ITEM
COMMENTS
SysContact
Set the printer manager name.
SysName
Set the printer model name.
SysLocation
Set the location where the printer is installed.
OPEN WEB BROWSER/CONFIGURATION VIA HTTP
Displays the printer web page.
CHANGE UTILITY PREFERENCES/ENVIRONMENT SETUP
Use this to configure the utility preferences for broadcast addresses for TCP/IP
protocol and Time Out.
MacOS printer setup utility > 52
TCP/IP Tab (Environmental Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Set Broadcast Address
Set broadcast addresses that are used to search Oki
network interface cards using the TCP/IP protocol.
Add
Click Add to add the address to the list in the box.
Delete
Select an address in the box, then click Delete to
remove it.
Timeout Tab (Environmental Setup)
ITEM
COMMENTS
Set Timeout: Printer
Search
Search Every (20-180sec)
Set the response waiting time from the network card
in seconds. Default is 30 seconds.
Set Timeout:
Data Send/Receive
Time Outs (1-60sec)
Set time out between AdminManager and the
network interface card in seconds. Default is 5
seconds.
Retry (1-5)
Sets how many times AdminManager will retry to
transmit/receive data to/from the network interface
card. Default is 3 retries.
MacOS printer setup utility > 53
CONNECTING TO YOUR PRINTER
SNOW LEOPARD (10.6) AND LEOPARD (10.5)
USB
1.
Choose Apple Menu > System Preferences > Print & Fax.
2.
If the printer is already in the list of printers, click “-” to remove it.
3.
Click “+” to add a new printer.
4.
Ensure the Default tab is selected and select your printer from the list.
> >Your printer is displayed as type USB in the list of available printers.
> >Ensure that the Print Using: selection matches your printer. If Generic
PostScript Printer is displayed, select a driver that matches.
5.
Click Add.
6.
Click Configure... and ensure the hardware options displayed match your
printer.The printer is added to the list of printers.
7.
Restart your computer.
BONJOUR
1.
Choose Apple Menu > System Preferences > Print & Fax.
2.
Click “+”.
3.
Select your printer model from the Default Browser.
4.
Click Add….
5.
Depending on the connection type, you may be prompted to configure any additional
printer hardware options. If your printer has options such as a storage device or
second tray, switch on the relevant options.
APPLETALK (LEOPARD ONLY)
NOTE
AppleTalk is not supported in Snow Leopard.
1.
Choose Apple Menu > System Preferences > Print & Fax.
2.
Click “+”.
3.
Select your printer model from the Default Browser.
4.
Click Add….
5.
Depending on the connection type, you may be prompted to configure any additional
printer hardware options. If your printer has options such as a storage device or
second tray, switch on the relevant options.
TCP/IP CONNECTION
1.
Choose Apple Menu > System Preferences > Print & Fax.
2.
Click “+”.
3.
Click the IP Printer button.
4.
From the Protocol menu, choose Line Printer Daemon – LPD.
Connecting to your printer > 54
5.
Enter the printer's IP address in Address.
To find the printer's IP address, you can print a configuration page from the printer's
operator panel. Refer to “Network summary printout” on page 9.
6.
Check the correct PPD file for your printer is selected in the Print Using menu.
7.
Click Add.
8.
You will be prompted to configure any additional printer hardware options. If your
printer has options such as a storage device or second tray, switch on the relevant
options.
TIGER (10.4)
BONJOUR, APPLETALK OR USB
1.
Launch Printer Setup Utility
This is located in the Applications > Utilities folder.
2.
Click Add….
3.
Select your printer model from the Default Browser.
4.
Click Add.
Depending on the connection type, you may be prompted to configure any additional
printer hardware options. If your printer has options such as a hard disk or second
tray, switch on the relevant options.
5.
Quit Printer Setup Utility.
TCP/IP CONNECTION
1.
Launch Printer Setup Utility
This is located in the Applications > Utilities folder.
2.
Click Add….
3.
Click the IP Printer button.
4.
From the Protocol menu, choose Line Printer Daemon – LPD.
Connecting to your printer > 55
5.
Enter the printer’s IP address in Address.
To find the printer’s IP address, you can print a configuration page from the printer
operator panel. Refer to “Network summary printout” on page 9.
6.
Check the correct PPD file for your printer is selected in the Print Using menu.
7.
Click Add….
8.
You will be prompted to configure any additional printer hardware options. If your
printer has options such as a hard disk or second tray, switch on the relevant
options.
9.
Click Continue.
10.
Quit Printer Setup Utility.
PANTHER (10.3) AND JAGUAR (10.2)
RENDEZVOUS
If you have not already done so, run the Oki software installer before following the steps
below.
1.
Start the Printer Setup Utility.
This is located in the Applications > Utilities folder.
NOTE
> This utility is called Print Center on Mac OS X 10.2.x.
> If your printer is already listed, your Mac may already have discovered the
printer before you installed the Oki software. In this case, the printer may
be using the incorrect PPD file or may not have the correct hardware
options configured. You should delete the printer, quit Printer Setup
Utility, and re-launch the utility before continuing.
2.
Click Add....
3.
From the pop-up menu, choose Rendezvous.
4.
Select the printer to connect to.
5.
Click Add.
6.
Click the Printer Setup Utility menu, and choose Quit Printer Setup Utility.
After adding the printer, you should configure printer hardware options. Refer to
“Configuring printer hardware options” on page 59.
Connecting to your printer > 56
IP CONNECTION
If you have not already done so, run the Oki software installer before following the steps
below.
1.
Start the Printer Setup Utility.
This is located in the Applications > Utilities folder.
NOTE
> This utility is called Print Center on Mac OS X 10.2.x.
> If your printer is already listed, your Mac may already have discovered the
printer before you installed the Oki software. In this case, the printer may
be using the incorrect PPD file or may not have the correct hardware
options configured. You should delete the printer, quit Printer Setup
Utility, and re-launch the utility before continuing.
2.
Click Add....
3.
Click the pop-up menu and choose IP Printing.
4.
Click the Printer Type menu and choose LPD/LPR.
5.
Enter the printer's IP address.
To find the printer’s IP address, you can print a configuration page from the printer’s
operator panel:
(a)
Press the Menu keys until PRINT INFORMATION is displayed.
(b)
Press the Enter button.
(c)
Press the Menu keys until CONFIGURATION is displayed.
(d)
Press the Enter button.
(e)
Confirm that EXECUTE is displayed, then press the Enter button.
The Configuration pages are printed. The printer’s IP address is shown under
the Network section on the left-hand side of the first sheet.
6.
Enter the queue name. If you do not know the queue name, leave it as Use Default
Queue on Server.
7.
Click the pop-up menu and choose your printer model.
8.
Click Add.
9.
Click the Printer Setup Utility menu, and choose Quit Printer Setup Utility.
After adding the printer, you should configure printer hardware options. Refer to
“Configuring printer hardware options” on page 59.
APPLETALK CONNECTION
If you have not already done so, run the Oki software installer before following the steps
below.
1.
Start the Printer Setup Utility.
This is located in the Applications > Utilities folder.
NOTE
This utility is called Print Center on Mac OS X 10.2.x.
2.
Click Add....
3.
From the pop-up menu, choose AppleTalk.
Connecting to your printer > 57
4.
Choose a printer to connect to.
5.
Click Add.
6.
Click the Printer Setup Utility menu, and choose Quit Printer Setup Utility.
USB CONNECTION
If you have not already done so, run the Oki software installer before following the steps
below.
1.
Start the Printer Setup Utility.
This is located in the Applications > Utilities folder.
NOTE
> This utility is called Print Center on Mac OS X 10.2.x.
> If your printer is already listed, your Mac may already have discovered the
printer before you installed the Oki software. In this case, the printer may
be using the incorrect PPD file or may not have the correct hardware
options configured. You should delete the printer, quit Printer Setup
Utility, and re-launch the utility before continuing.
2.
Click Add Printer....
3.
From the pop-up menu, choose USB.
4.
Choose a printer to connect to.
5.
Click Add.
6.
Click the Printer Setup Utility menu, and choose Quit Printer Setup Utility.
Connecting to your printer > 58
CONFIGURING PRINTER HARDWARE OPTIONS
If you have added additional hardware, for example additional paper trays, to your printer
these must be enabled in the printer driver.
NOTE
Applies to IP and Bonjour connections only; USB and AppleTalk connections
are normally configured automatically.
SNOW LEOPARD (10.6) AND LEOPARD (10.5)
1.
Open the Mac OS X Print & Fax Preferences.
Ensure that your printer model is selected.
2.
Click Options & Supplies.
3.
Click Driver.
4.
Select any options appropriate to your hardware, and click OK.
TIGER (10.4)
1.
Open the Mac OS X Print & Fax Preferences.
Ensure that your printer model is selected.
2.
Click Printer Setup….
3.
From the popup menu, select Installable Options….
4.
Select any options appropriate to your hardware, and click Apply Changes….
PANTHER (10.3)
1.
Open the Mac OS X Print & Fax Preferences.
2.
Click Printing.
3.
Click Set Up Printers….
4.
Ensure that your printer model is selected and click Show Info….
5.
From the popup menu, select Installable Options….
6.
Select any options appropriate to your hardware, and click Apply Changes….
JAGUAR (10.2)
1.
Start the Printer Setup Utility.
This is located in the Applications > Utilities folder.
NOTE
This utility is called Print Center on Mac OS X 10.2.x.
Ensure that your printer model is selected.
2.
Click the Printers menu, and choose Show Info.
3.
From the popup menu, select Installable Options.
4.
Select any options appropriate to your hardware, and click Apply Changes.
Configuring printer hardware options > 59
SECTION 5: TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTE
The network addresses used in this manual are shown for example only.
Network addresses used in your installation should be within in the
appropriate address range and have the correct subnet mask for your network
segment.
This section covers the following:
>
“Network summary printout” on page 61
>
“TCP/IP” on page 62
>
“NetBEUI” on page 63
>
“Web browser” on page 64
Section 5: troubleshooting > 60
NETWORK SUMMARY PRINTOUT
NETWORK SUMMARY DOES NOT PRINT
Ensure the printer emulation is set to PS (if available) or Automatic.
AN ERROR IS PRINTED IN THE NETWORK SUMMARY
>
Confirm that the NIC is installed correctly and turn the printer off and on again.
>
Ensure the network cable is correctly connected.
>
Connect to a different network segment, re-print the summary and see if this fixes
the problem.
EEPROM CHECK REGISTERS AN ERROR
>
Confirm that the NIC is installed correctly and turn the printer off and on again.
>
Initialise the NIC.
Network summary printout > 61
TCP/IP
PRINTER CANNOT FIND THE NETWORK INTERFACE CARD
>
Turn the printer off for 15 seconds and then on again.
>
Confirm that the network interface is enabled on the printer.
>
Make sure there is a response to the ping command.
>
Make sure the network cable is correctly connected and that the green LED close to
the printer’s network interface is lit. If not, change the cable and try again.
>
Run the Self-diagnostic test (with printer on, press and hold the Test button on the
print server for 3 seconds, then release it).
>
Make sure that the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway are correct.
>
Make sure that the TCP/IP protocol is set to Enable.
>
Reset the network interface card to the factory default settings.
>
If DHCP, BOOTP and RARP are not used, ensure they have been set to Disable.
CANNOT PRINT WITH LPR AND FTP
>
Turn the printer off for 15 seconds and then on again.
>
Make sure there is a response to the ping command.
>
Make sure the network cable is correctly connected.
>
Change the cable and try again.
>
Make sure the host name and IP address are configured in the workstation.
>
Make sure the printer port name is configured in the workstation.
>
There are three port names: lp, euc and sjis. Use lp by default as euc and sjis are
specific to printers with PostScript available.
INCORRECT USER NAME ON THE BANNER PAGE
If printing with lpr, the user name printed is unknown and the Filename printed is the Spool
file name.
If printing with FTP, the user name printed is the user name entered during FTP login and
the file name printed is the transmitted file name. If the print directory name is indicated
in the put command, the file name is not printed. The printer name printed is the logical
directory name.
TCP/IP > 62
NETBEUI
THE NETWORK INTERFACE CARD IS NOT IDENTIFIED
>
Turn the printer off for 15 seconds and then on again.
>
Make sure the network cable is correctly connected.
>
Change the cable and try again.
>
Make sure that Microsoft network client and NetBEUI have been added to the
network section of the control panel.
>
Make sure the NetBEUI protocol is set to Enable.
>
Make sure the factory setting of the workgroup name is PrintServer and the
computer name is ML+ the last six digits of the MAC address.
>
Make sure the computer name of the NIC is different from the computer name on
the network.
ERROR WRITING TO PRN1
>
Make sure the printer is online.
>
If there is an error message indicating the paper has run out, add more paper and
cancel the error.
>
Check whether another user is printing. Print after the other user has finished.
NetBEUI > 63
WEB BROWSER
If you find that the most recent settings are not shown on the printer web pages, you
should temporarily switch off your browser's page caching. To prevent your web browser
caching the printer web pages, carry out the following steps as appropriate for your web
browser.
NOTE
Keeping this setting enabled all the time may slow down web browsing. You
may want to revert back to the browser default setting once you have finished
using the printer web page.
MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER
1.
Select Tools > Internet Options.
2.
Select the General tab and, in Temporary Internet files, click Settings.
3.
Under Check for newer versions of stored pages, select Every visit to the
page.
4.
Click OK.
MOZILLA FIREFOX
1.
In the Firefox address bar, type about:config.
2.
In the Filter field, type frequency.
3.
Double click on the entry browser.cache.check_doc_frequency.
4.
Change the Value to 1.
> 0: Check once per browser session
> 1: Check every time I view the page
> 2: Never check (always use cached page)
> 3 (default): Check when the page is out of date (automatically determined)
5.
Click OK.
Web browser > 64
APPENDIX: PRINTER MENUS
MENU BASICS
TOP LEVEL FUNCTIONS
The top-level Functions menus are:
>
Configuration (refer to Appendix B in the User’s Guide)
>
Print Information (refer to Appendix B in the User’s Guide)
>
Print Secure Job (refer to Appendix B in the User’s Guide)
>
Menus (refer to Appendix B in the User’s Guide)
>
Admin Setup: password protected (see page 71)
>
Calibration (see page 82)
>
C9650: Print Statistics: password protected (see page 83)
SPECIAL MENU
>
C910: Print Statistics: password protected (see page 84)
>
Boot Menu (see page 84)
OVERVIEW
The following tables summarise the Admin Setup, Calibration, Print Statistics and Boot
Menu trees.
The remainder of the menus above are described in Appendix B of the on-line printer User’s
Guide.
TABLE CONVENTIONS USED
>
The menu trees are given to the lowest menu item level. Typically, this can be a
parameter that can be set by selecting from a range of values provided or a
command that can be executed to display or print a status or setting value.
>
Emboldened values are the defaults.
>
Certain menus and items associated with, for example, the Finisher appear only if
the associated hardware is installed or under certain conditions, as specified.
Appendix: printer menus > 65
FUNCTIONS MENU TREE: ADMIN SETUP, CALIBRATION, PRINT STATISTICS
NOTE
The Statistics menu listed in this section is applicable to the C9650 only. Refer
to page 84 for the C910 Statistics menu.
FUNCTION
SUBMENU 1
SUBMENU 2
Admin Setup
(password protected)
Enter Password
(see page 71)
–
Network Setup
(see page 71)
TCP/IP
IP Version
NetBEUI
NetWare
EtherTalk
Frame Type
IP Address Set
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
Web
Telnet
FTP
SNMP
Network Scale
Hub Link Setting
Factory Defaults?
Print Setup
(see page 73)
Personality
Copies
Duplex
Binding
Job Offset
Output Bin
Finisher Setup
Media Check
Transparency Detect
Resolution
Toner Save Mode
Mono-Print Speed
Default Orientation
Form Length
Edit Size
Trapping
X Dimension
Y Dimension
PS Setup
(see page 75)
Network Protocol
Parallel Protocol
USB Protocol
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FUNCTION
SUBMENU 1
SUBMENU 2
Admin Setup (cont.)
PCL Setup
(see page 75)
Font Source
Font Number
Font Pitch
Font Height
Symbol Set
A4 Print Width
White Page Skip
CR Function
LF Function
Print Margin
True Black
Pen Width Adjust
Tray ID#
IBM PPR Setup
(see page 77)
Character Pitch
Font Condense
Character Set
Symbol Set
Letter O Style
Zero Character
Line Pitch
White Page Skip
CR Function
LF Function
Line Length
Form Length
TOF Position
Left Margin
Fit to Letter
Text Height
Continuous Paper Mode
EPSON FX Setup
(see page 79)
Character Pitch
Character Set
Symbol Set
Letter O Style
Zero Character
Line Pitch
White Page Skip
CR Function
Line Length
Form Length
TOF Position
Left Margin
Fit to Letter
Text Height
Continuous Paper Mode
Color Setup
(see page 80)
Ink Simulation
UCR
CMY 100% Density
CMYK Conversion
Memory Setup
(see page 80)
Receive Buffer Size
Resource Save
Flash Memory Setup
(see page 80)
Initialize
Resize PS Area
HDD Setup
(see page 81)
Initialize
Resize Partition
Format Partition
System Setup
(see page 81)
Near Life LED
Change Password
(see page 81)
New Password
Verify Password
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FUNCTION
SUBMENU 1
SUBMENU 2
Admin Setup (cont.)
Settings
(see page 81)
Reset Settings
Save Settings
Restore Settings
Calibration
(see page 82)
Auto Density Mode
On
Off
Auto BG Adjust
Mode
Off, -1, 0, +1, +2
Adjust Density
Execute
Adjust Registration
Execute
Heavy Media Adjust
Off
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
Print Tuning Pattern
Execute
Cyan Tuning
Highlight
Mid-Tone
Dark
Magenta Tuning
Highlight
Mid-Tone
Dark
Yellow Tuning
Highlight
Mid-Tone
Dark
Black Tuning
Highlight
Mid-Tone
Dark
Cyan Darkness
0, +1, +2, +3, -3, -2, -1
Magenta Darkness
0, +1, +2, +3, -3, -2, -1
Yellow Darkness
0, +1, +2, +3, -3, -2, -1
Black Darkness
0, +1, +2, +3, -3, -2, -1
Enter Password
–
Statistics Log
Enable
Disable
Log Size
1 ~ 30 ~ 100
Reset Counter
Execute
Change Password
–
New Password
–
Verify Password
–
Print Statisticsa
(see page 83)
a. The Statistics menu listed in this section is applicable to the C9650 only.
Refer to page 84 for the C910 Statistics menu.
Appendix: printer menus > 68
BOOT MENU TREE
USB Setup
Security Setup
Storage Setup
CATEGORY
ITEM
Parallel Setup
(see page 85)
Parallel
Bi-Direction
ECP
Ack Width
ACK Busy Timing
I-Prime
Offline Receive
USB Setup
(see page 85)
USB
Speed
Soft Reset
Offline Receive
Serial Number
Security Setup
(see page 86)
Job Limitation
Reset Cipher Key
Storage Setup
(see page 86)
Check File System
Check All Sectors
Enable HDD
Erase HDD
Enable Initialization
Power Setup
(see page 87)
Peak Power Control
Power Save
Moisture Control
Language Setup
(see page 87)
Language Initialize
PRINTER MENU: MAKING CHANGES IN THE MENU
MAKING CHANGES IN THE FUNCTION MENU
1.
Ensure that the LCD panel indicates that the printer is ready to print.
2.
Press the Enter button to switch to the Menu mode.
3.
Press the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons to scroll down to the Function you
wish to change, then press the Enter button.
4.
Continue to use the Up-arrow, Down-arrow and Enter buttons in a similar
manner to drill down to the item you wish to change.
5.
Use the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons to scroll down to the setting you wish to
engage, then press Enter.
An asterisk (*) appears next to the new setting.
6.
Press the Online button to exit menu mode and return to the Ready to print status.
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Example: Enabling FTP
1.
Ensure that the LCD panel indicates that the printer is ready to print.
2.
Press the Enter button to switch to the Menu mode.
3.
With Configuration highlighted, press the Enter button to select this menu.
4.
Press the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons repeatedly until Admin Setup is
highlighted.
5.
Press the Enter button to select this item.
6.
Press the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons to enter the first digit of the
password, then press the Enter button.
7.
Repeat the previous step for each digit of the password.
8.
Press the Enter button to go into the Admin Setup menu.
9.
With Network Setup highlighted, press the Enter button.
10.
Press the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons repeatedly until FTP is highlighted.
11.
Use the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons to highlight Enable.
12.
Press the Enter button to engage the setting.
An asterisk (*) appears next to the new setting.
13.
Press the Online button to exit menu mode and return to the Ready to print status.
MAKING CHANGES IN THE BOOT MENU
1.
Turn the printer OFF.
2.
Press and hold the Enter button while turning the printer back on.
NOTE
Keep pressing the Enter button until INITIALISING appears on the display.
3.
Use the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons to scroll to an entry and the Enter
button to select the entry, until you reach the item you wish to change.
4.
Use the Up-arrow or Down-arrow buttons to scroll down to the setting you wish to
engage, then press the Enter button.
An asterisk (*) appears next to the new setting.
5.
Press the Online button to exit menu mode and return to the Ready to print status.
Appendix: printer menus > 70
PRINTER MENU: FUNCTIONS LIST
ADMIN SETUP
Password
ITEM
VALUE
Enter password
******
DESCRIPTION
Enter a password to enter the Administrator menu.
The default password is aaaaaa.
Network setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
TCP/IP
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the TCP/IP protocol.
IP Version
IP v4
IP v4+v6
IP v6
Set up the IP Version.
NetBEUI
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the NETBEUI protocol.
NetWare
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the NetWare protocol.
EtherTalk
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the EtherTalk protocol.
Frame Type
Auto
802.2
802.3
Ethernet II
SNAP
Sets the frame type (NetWare).
IP Address Set
Auto
Manual
Sets IP address setup method (TCP/IP).
IP Address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Sets the IP address (TCP/IP).
Subnet Mask
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Sets the Subnet Mask (TCP/IP).
Gateway Address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Sets the Gateway (default router) address (TCP/IP).
Web
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the Web/IPP (TCP/IP).
Telnet
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables Telnet (TCP/IP).
FTP
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables FTP (TCP/IP).
SNMP
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables SNMP of FTP (TCP/IP or NetWare).
Network Scale
Normal
Small
Normal: Can work effectively even when connected
to a HUB that has a spanning tree feature. However,
printer start up time gets longer when computers are
connected to two or three small LANs.
Display condition: TCP/IP protocol must be enabled.
Small: Computers can cover from two or three small
LANs to a large LAN, but it may not work effectively
when it is connected to a HUB with a spanning tree
feature.
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ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Hub Link Setting
Auto
Negotiate
Sets the hub linking method.
1000Base-T Full
100Base-TX Full
100Base-TX
Half
10Base-T Full
10Base-T Half
Factory Defaults?
Execute
Specifies whether to initialise the network menu.
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Print setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Personality
Auto
PostScript
PCL
IBM PPR
EPSON FX
Selects a printer language.
Copies
1 ~ 999
Sets number of copies. Disabled for
local print, except for demo data.
Duplex
On
Off
Specifies duplex printing.
Binding
LongEdge
ShortEdge
Specifies how to bind duplex
printing.
Job Offset
On
Off
Enables/Disables Job offset.
Output Bin
Face Down
Face Up
Specifies where to eject prints.
Face Down
Finisher
Specifies where to eject prints when
a Finisher is installed.
Finisher Setup
This appears only if the optional finisher is installed. See the documentation supplied
with the finisher for information on setting it up.
Media Check
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables whether the printer
checks that paper size required by
the print data matches that of the
tray. Only standard sizes can be
checked.
Transparency
Detect
Auto
Disable
Enables/Disables the automatic
detection of transparencies. (Use it
while detecting sensor mistakes).
Resolution
600dpi
600x1200dpi
600dpi multi-level
Sets the resolution.
Toner Save
Mode
ON
OFF
Sets toner saving mode.
Mono-Print
Speed
Auto
Color Speed
Normal Speed
Sets the monochrome print speed.
Auto: prints at most appropriate
speed for page.
Color Speed: always prints at colour
speed.
Normal Speed: always prints at
monochrome speed.
Default
Orientation
Portrait
Landscape
Sets printing orientation (only for
PCL, IBMPPR, EPSONFX). Invalid for
PS.
Form Length
5 ~ 60 (L) ~ 64 (A) ~
128 lines
Sets the number of lines printable on
one page (only for PCL). Invalid for
PS.
The emboldened default values given
are for Letter (L) and A4 (A). In
practice, the values change
corresponding to the size of paper in
the tray.
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ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Edit Size
Cassette size
Letter Short Edge
Letter Long Edge
Executive
Legal14
Legal13.5
Legal13
Tabloid Extra
Tabloid
A3Nobi
A3Wide
A3
A4 Short Edge
A4 Long Edge
A5
A6
B4
B5 short edge
B5 long edge
Custom
Com-9 Envelope
Com-10 Envelope
Monarch Envelope
DL Envelope
C5
C4
Index Card
Specifies the size of an area to draw
when there is no specification of a
size by predefined paper edit size
command from a host PC (only valid
for PCL). Invalid for PS.
Trapping
Off
Narrow
Wide
Sets trapping.
X Dimension
76 ~ 210 ~ 328 mm
(3.0 ~ 12.9 inch)
Sets default Custom paper width,
perpendicular to the direction of
motion of paper.
Y Dimension
90 ~ 297 ~ 1200 mm
(3.5 ~ 47.2 inch)
Sets default Custom paper length, in
the same direction as the direction of
motion of paper.
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PS setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Network
Protocol
ASCII
RAW
Specifies PS transmission protocol for network
data. It does not appear for Non-PS type.
Parallel Protocol
ASCII
RAW
Specifies PS transmission protocol for Centronics
data. It does not appear for Non-PS type.
USB Protocol
ASCII
RAW
Specifies PS transmission protocol for USB data.
It does not appear for Non-PS type.
PCL setup
ITEM
SUBMENU
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Font Source
Resident
Resident2
Downloaded
Specifies the location of the
PCL default font.
RESIDENT2: displayed only
when Heisei Font is installed.
DOWNLOADED: displayed
when software font is
downloaded to RAM as
permanent designation.
Fonts downloaded to Flash
and HDD by PJL command
are not displayed in this
menu.
Font Number
10
C0
S1
Sets the PCL font number.
Font Pitch
0.44 ~ 10.00 ~ 99.99 CPI
Sets the width of the PCL
default fonts.
Font Height
4.00 ~12.00 ~ 999.75
point
Sets the height of the PCL
default font.
Symbol Set
PC-8, PC-8 Dan/Nor, PC-8 TK, PC-775, PC-850, PC-852, PC855, PC-857 TK, PC-858, PC-864L/A, PC-866, PC-869, PC1004, Pi Font, Plska Mazvia, PS Math, PS Text, Roman-8,
Roman-9, Roman Ext, Serbo Croat1, Serbo Croat2, Spanish
Ukrainian, VN Int'l, VN Math, VN US, Win 3.0, Win 3.1 Blt,
Win 3.1 Cyr, Win 3.1 Grk, Win 3.1 Heb, Win 3.1 L1, Win 3.1
L2, Win 3.1 L5, Wingdings Dingbats MS, Symbol, OCR-A,
OCR-B, HP ZIP, USPSFIM, USPSSTP, USPSZIP, Bulgarian,
CWI Hung DeskTop, German, Greek-437, Greek-437 Cy,
Greek-737, Greek-928, Hebrew NC, Hebrew OC, IBM-437,
IBM-850, IBM-860, IBM-863, IBM-865, ISO Dutch, ISO L1,
ISO L2, ISO L5, ISO L6, ISO L9, ISO Swedish1, ISO
Swedish2, ISO Swedish3, ISO-2 IRV, ISO-4 UK, ISO-6 ASC,
ISO-10 S/F, ISO-11 Swe, ISO-14 JASC, ISO-15 Ita, ISO-16
Por, ISO-17 Spa, ISO-21 Ger, ISO-25 Fre, ISO-57 Chi, ISO60 Nor, ISO-61 Nor, ISO-69 Fre, ISO-84 Por, ISO-85 Spa,
Kamenicky, Legal, Math-8, MC Text, MS Publish, PC Ext D/N,
PC Ext US, PC Set1, PC Set2 D/N , PC Set2 US, WIN3.1J
A4 Print Width
78 column
80 column
Sets line width subject to
Auto LF with A4 paper in PCL.
White Page Skip
ON
OFF
Sets to eject a page with
non-print data (blank page)
on receipt of the FF
command (0CH) in PCL.
Set to OFF for ejection.
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ITEM
SUBMENU
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
CR Function
CR
CR+LF
Sets the operation on receipt
of a CR code in PCL.
(NL means new line).
LF Function
LF
LF+CR
Sets the operation on receipt
of a LF code in PCL.
(NL means new line).
Print Margin
Normal
1/5 inch
1/6 inch
Sets the margin for paper
printable area.
True Black
ON
OFF
Sets use in PCL of Composite
Black (mixed colour of CMKY)
or Pure Black (only K) for
black (100%).
OFF: Sets Composite Black.
ON: Sets Pure Black.
Invalid for PS.
Pen Width Adjust
ON
OFF
The thinnest line width in
PCL, a 1-dot line, may look
broken.
ON: when the thinnest line
width is specified, line width
is emphasized to look wider.
OFF: the line appears as
specified.
Tray
ID#
Tray2
1 ~ 5 ~ 59
Tray3
1 ~ 20 ~ 59
Sets the number to specify
Tray2, Tray3, Tray4, and
Tray5 for the paper feed
destination command in
PCL5e emulation.
Tray4
1 ~ 21 ~ 59
Tray5
1 ~ 22 ~ 59
MP Tray
1 ~ 4 ~ 59
Sets the number to specify
MP Tray for the paper feed
destination command in
PCL5e emulation.
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IBM PPR setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Character Pitch
10CPI
12CPI
17CPI
20CPI
Proportional
Sets the character pitch.
Font Condense
12CPI to 20CPI
12CPI to 12CPI
Sets the 12CPI pitch for
Condensed printing mode.
Character Set
SET-2
SET-1
Sets the character set to be
used.
Symbol Set
IBM-437, IBM-850, IBM-860, IBM-863, IBM-865, PC Set1, PC Ext
US, PC Ext D/N, PC Set2 US, PC Set2 D/N, Roman-8, ISO L1,
PC-8, PC-8 Dan/Nor, PC-850, Legal, ISO-2 IRV, ISO-4 UK, ISO-6
ASC, ISO-10 S/F, ISO-11 Swe, ISO-14 JASC
ISO-15 Ita. ISO-16 Por. ISO-17 Spa. ISO-21 Ger. ISO-25 Fre. ISO57 Chi. ISO-60 Nor, ISO-61 Nor, ISO-69 Fre, ISO-84 Por, ISO-85
Spa, German, Spanish, ISO Dutch, Roman Ext, ISO Swedish1, ISO
Swedish2, ISO Swedish3, VN Math, VN Int'l, VN US, PS Math, PS
Text, Math-8, Pi Font, MS Publish, Win 3.0, DeskTop, Win 3.1 L1,
MC Text, PC-852, Win 3.1 L5, Win 3.1 L2, CWI Hung, PC-857 TK,
ISO L2, ISO L5, PC-8 TK, Kamenicky, Hebrew NC, Hebrew OC,
Plska Mazvia, ISO L6, Win 3.1 Heb, Win 3.1 Cyr, PC-866, Win 3.1
Grk, PC-869, PC-855, Greek-437, Greek-437 Cy, Greek-737,
Greek-928, Serbo Croat2, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, PC-1004, Win 3.1
Blt, PC-775, Serbo Croat1, PC-858, Roman-9, ISO L9
Letter O Style
Enable
Disable
Sets the letter O style.
Zero Character
Normal
Slashed
Sets the 0 style.
Line Pitch
6LPI
8LPI
Sets the line pitch.
White Page Skip
Off
On
Sets whether a blank sheet is
ejected.
CR Function
CR
CR+LF
Sets the action when the CR
code is received.
LF Function
LF
LF+CR
Sets the action when the LF
code is received.
Line Length
80 column
136 column
Sets the number of characters
per line.
Form Length
11 inch
11.7 inch
12 inch
Sets the paper length.
TOF Position
0.0 inch
0.1 ~ 1.0 inch
Sets the print position from the
top edge of the paper.
Left Margin
0.0 inch
0.1 ~ 1.0 inch
Sets the print position from the
left edge of the paper.
Fit to Letter
Enable
Disable
Sets the print mode that fits
print data equivalent to 11 inch
(66 lines) into Letter size
printable area.
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ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Text height
Same
Diff
Sets character height.
Same: same height, regardless
of CPI.
Diff: character heights vary
according to CPI.
Continuous Paper
Mode
On
Off
Sets the edit direction of paper
supported by A3 printer to
landscape.
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Epson FX setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Character Pitch
10CPI
12CPI
17CPI
20CPI
Proportional
Sets the character pitch.
Character Set
SET-2
SET-1
Sets the character set to be
used.
Symbol Set
IBM-437, IBM-850, IBM-860, IBM-863, IBM-865, PC Set1, PC Ext
US, PC Ext D/N, PC Set2 US, PC Set2 D/N, Roman-8, ISO L1, PC-8,
PC-8 Dan/Nor, PC-850, Legal, ISO-2 IRV, ISO-4 UK, ISO-6 ASC,
ISO-10 S/F, ISO-11 Swe, ISO-14 JASC, ISO-15 Ita, ISO-16 Por, ISO17 Spa, ISO-21 Ger, ISO-25 Fre, ISO-57 Chi, ISO-60 Nor, ISO-61
Nor, ISO-69 Fre, ISO-84 Por, ISO-85 Spa, German, Spanish, ISO
Dutch, Roman Ext, ISO Swedish1, ISO Swedish2, ISO Swedish3, VN
Math, VN Int'l, VN US, PS Math, PS Text, Math-8, Pi Font, MS
Publish, Win 3.0, DeskTop, Win 3.1 L1, MC Text, PC-852, Win 3.1 L5,
Win 3.1 L2, CWI Hung, PC-857 TK, ISO L2, ISO L5, PC-8 TK,
Kamenicky, Hebrew NC, Hebrew OC, Plska Mazvia, ISO L6, Win 3.1
Heb, Win 3.1 Cyr, PC-866, Win 3.1 Grk, PC-869, PC-855, Greek-437,
Greek-437 Cy, Greek-737, Greek-928, Serbo Croat2, Ukrainian,
Bulgarian, PC-1004, Win 3.1 Blt, PC-775, Serbo Croat1, PC-858,
Roman-9, ISO L9
Letter O Style
Enable
Disable
Sets the letter O style.
Zero Character
Normal
Slashed
Sets the 0 style.
Line Pitch
6 LPI
8 LPI
Sets the line pitch.
White Page Skip
On
Off
Sets whether a blank sheet is
ejected.
CR Function
CR
CR+LF
Sets the action when the CR
code is received.
Line Length
80 column
136 column
Sets the number of characters
per line.
Form Length
11 inch
11.7 inch
12 inch
Sets the paper length.
TOF Position
0.0 inch
0.1 ~ 1.0 inch
Sets the print position from the
top edge of the paper.
Left Margin
0.0 inch
0.1 ~ 1.0 inch
Sets the print position from the
left edge of the paper.
Fit to Letter
Enable
Disable
Sets the print mode that fits
print data equivalent to 11 inch
(66 lines) into Letter size
printable area.
Text Height
Same
Diff
Sets character height.
Same: same height, regardless
of CPI.
Diff: character heights vary
according to CPI.
Continuous Paper
Mode
On
Off
Sets the edit direction of paper
supported by A3 printer to
landscape.
Appendix: printer menus > 79
Color setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Ink Simulation
OFF
SWOP Euroscale
Japan
Simulates a standard printing colour by the printer.
The function is valid only for jobs using PS
languages.
UCR
Low
Medium
High
Sets toner layer thickness. (Medium or Low may
help reduce any paper curl that occurs.)
CMY 100%
Density
Enable
Disable
Enable/disable 100% output against CMY100% TRC
compensation. Ordinarily, the TRC compensation
function produces appropriate print density, so
100% output is not always enabled.
Selecting ENABLE will enable 100% output in
individual colour. The actual print, including the
TRC compensation function is limited to an
appropriate area. This function is for a special
purpose such as specification in CMYK colour
diminution of PS.
CMYK
Conversion
On
Off
Set to OFF to simplify the conversion process of
CMYK data and reduce the processing time.
This setting is ignored when the Ink Simulation
function is used.
Memory setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Receive Buffer Size
Auto
0.5 megabyte
1 megabyte
2 megabyte
4 megabyte
8 megabyte
16 megabyte
32 megabyte
Sets the size of the receive buffer.
Resource Save
Auto
OFF
0.5 megabyte
1 megabyte
2 megabyte
4 megabyte
8 megabyte
16 megabyte
32 megabyte
Sets the size of the resource saving area.
Flash memory setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Initialize
Execute
Initializes resident flash memory.
Resize PS Area
nn% [n.n megabyte]
Sets the size of the PS area in resident
flash memory.
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HDD setup
ITEM
SUBMENU
ITEM
Initialize
Execute
Resize Partition
PCL
Common
PS
Format Partition
PCL
Common
PS
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Initializes the HDD to the
factory default state.
nn%
mm%
ll%
Sets partition size.
Sets the format of a specified
partition.
System setup
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Near Life LED
Enable
Disable
Enables the Attention LED to be turned on when a
warning for NEAR LIFE of a toner, a drum, a fuser,
or a belt occurs.
Change password
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
New Password
******
Sets a new password to enter Admin Setup.
Verify Password
******
Lets a user verify the new password to be used to
enter Admin Setup.
Settings
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Reset Settings
Execute
Resets EEPROM of the CU. Returns a user’s menu
setup to the factory default state.
Save Settings
Execute
Saves the current menu settings.
Restore Settings
Execute
Changes the menu settings saved.
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CALIBRATION MENU
ITEM
VALUE OR
SUBMENU
ENTRY
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Auto density mode
ON
OFF
–
Sets whether density adjustment
and TRC compensation is
automatically performed.
ON: density adjustment is
automatically run under the printer
specified conditions and reflected in
TRC compensation.
OFF: the printer does not carry out
density adjustment automatically.
Auto BG adjust
mode
Off
-1
0
+1
+2
-
Prevents dirty print backgrounds
caused by unstable toner-charging
conditions. The print density sensor
detects the toner electric potentials
and automatically adjusts supply
voltage (SB) and charging voltage
(CH). The menu does not appear
when auto density mode is set to
OFF.
Adjust density
Execute
–
When Execute is selected, the
printer carries out density
compensation immediately and
reflects it in TRC compensation.
Density adjustment must be
carried out when the printer is
idling.
Adjust registration
Execute
–
When Execute is selected, the
printer carries out registration
adjustment automatically.
Registration adjustment must be
carried out when the printer is
idling.
Heavy media
adjust
Off
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
-
Adjusts the fusing speeds for
printing on heavy media.
Execute
–
Print tuning
pattern
A value other than OFF adjusts the
speed based on the automaticadjustment value that has been
set.
Allows you to print a pattern to
help you adjust TRC manually.
(Normally, TRC is automatically
adjusted to the recommended
levels through density adjustment
and TRC compensation.)
Appendix: printer menus > 82
ITEM
VALUE OR
SUBMENU
ENTRY
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Cyan Tuning
Highlight
0
+1
+2
+3
-3
-2
-1
Adjusts highlight (light area) of
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, or Black
TRC.
0
+1
+2
+3
-3
-2
-1
Adjusts mid tone of Cyan, Magenta,
Yellow, or Black TRC.
0
+1
+2
+3
-3
-2
-1
Adjusts dark (dense area) of Cyan,
Magenta, Yellow, or Black TRC.
-
Adjusts the engine density.
Magenta Tuning
Yellow Tuning
Black Tuning
Mid-Tone
Dark
Cyan Darkness
Magenta Darkness
Yellow Darkness
Black Darkness
0
+1
+2
+3
-3
-2
-1
Plus indicates adjustment towards
darker and minus towards lighter.
Plus indicates adjustment towards
darker and minus towards lighter.
Plus indicates adjustment towards
darker and minus towards lighter.
The darkness settings are offset
(additional) values on the results of
the adjustments made with the
Adjust Density or Tuning functions.
PRINT STATISTICS MENU (C9650 ONLY)
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Password entry
nnnn
Enter password. The default password is 0000
(four zeroes).
When there is no support for the print statistics
function, Print Statistics is not displayed.
Statistics log
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the print statistics function.
Log size
1 ~ 30 ~
100
Sets the log size.
Execute
Clears the counter back to zero.
Reset counter
Conditions for display:
- HDD is installed.
- Enable is selected in Functions > Print
Statistics > Statistics Log.
Conditions for display:
Enable is selected in Functions > Print
Statistics > Statistics Log.
Change password
-
Changes a password.
Conditions for display:
Enable is selected in Functions > Print
Statistics > Statistics Log.
New password
nnnn
Sets a new password to enter the Print Statistics
menu.
Verify password
nnnn
Input the new password again to confirm.
Appendix: printer menus > 83
PRINTER MENU: PRINT STATISTICS MENU (C910 ONLY)
To access to the Print Statistics Menu:
1.
Turn the printer off.
2.
Press and hold the BACK key while turning the printer back on.
NOTE
Keep pressing the Back button until INITIALISING appears on the display.
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Password entry
nnnn
Enter password. The default password is 0000
(four zeroes).
When there is no support for the print statistics
function, Print Statistics is not displayed.
Statistics log
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the print statistics function.
Log size
1 ~ 30 ~
100
Sets the log size.
Execute
Clears the counter back to zero.
Reset counter
Conditions for display:
- HDD is installed.
- Enable is selected in Print Statistics >
Statistics Log.
Conditions for display:
Enable is selected in Print Statistics >
Statistics Log.
Change password
-
Changes a password.
Conditions for display:
Enable is selected in Print Statistics >
Statistics Log.
New password
nnnn
Sets a new password to enter the Print Statistics
menu.
Verify password
nnnn
Input the new password again to confirm.
PRINTER MENU: BOOT MENU
To access the Boot Menu:
1.
Turn the printer off.
2.
Press and hold the ENTER key while turning the printer back on.
NOTE
Keep pressing the Enter button until INITIALISING appears on the display.
Appendix: printer menus > 84
PARALLEL SETUP
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Parallel
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the Centronics
interface.
Bi-Direction
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the bi-directional
Centronics interface.
ECP
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the ECP mode.
Ack Width
Narrow
Medium
Wide
Sets the ACK width for compatible
reception.
Narrow = 0.5µs
Medium = 1.0µs
Wide = 3.0µs
Ack/Busy Timing
Ack in Busy
Ack while Busy
Sets the order to output the BUSY signal
and ACK signal for compatible reception.
I-Prime
3 microseconds
50 microseconds
Disable
Sets the time to enable/disable the
I-PRIME signal.
Offline Receive
Enable
Disable
Enables/disables a function that
maintains the receive-possible state
without changing an interface signal even
though an alarm occurs. When this is set
to Enable, the interface keeps the
receive-possible state even when you
press the Off-line operating panel switch.
The interface sends the BUSY signal only
when the reception buffer is full or a
service call occurs.
This menu is not displayed on a Non-PS
machine.
USB SETUP
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
USB
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the USB interface.
Speed
480Mbps
12Mbps
Sets the maximum USB interface transfer
speed.
Soft Reset
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the Soft Reset command.
Offline Receive
Enable
Disable
Enables/disables a function that maintains
the receive-possible state without changing
an interface signal even though an alarm
occurs. When this is set to Enable, the
interface keeps the receive-possible state
even when you press the Off-line operating
panel switch. The interface sends the BUSY
signal only when the reception buffer is full
or a service call occurs.
This menu is not displayed on a Non-PS
machine.
Serial Number
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the USB serial number,
used to identify a USB device to which a PC
is connected.
Appendix: printer menus > 85
SECURITY SETUP
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Job Limitation
Off
Encrypted Job
Controls the job limitation mode. If
Encrypted Job is selected the printer will
only allow this type of job to be printed
and will discard all others.
Reset Cipher Key
Execute
Resets the cipher key used for the
encrypted hard disk. The data on the drive
before the operation performed with this
menu cannot be restored after the
operation. Execute displays the following
confirmation message:
Are Your Sure?
- Yes
- No
By selecting No, the display returns to the
previous, menu screen. Selecting Yes
reboots the printer automatically, resetting
the cipher key.
Display condition:
- An applicable HDD has been installed in
the printer.
- The encrypted hard disk function is
enabled.
STORAGE SETUP
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Check File
System
Execute
Resolves any mismatch between actual
memory and displayed memory available
in a file system and performs
administration data (FAT information)
recovery. Performs these by file system.
This function takes several tens of seconds
to complete.
HDD: Performs recovery only for an HDD.
Check All Sectors
Execute
Performs recovery of a defective HDD
sector information and a file system
mismatch as mentioned above.
It takes 30 to 40 minutes to complete this
function for an HDD of 10GB.
Enable HDD
No
Yes
Even if a machine is inoperable at
installation because an HDD has been
damaged, you can make the machine
operable by setting to NO to signify that
no HDD is attached, regardless of the
existence of an HDD. While NO is set,
access to an HDD results in FAIL because
the HDD is regarded as not attached even
if the HDD is operating normally.
Appendix: printer menus > 86
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Erase HDD
Execute
Appears only when an HDD has been
installed in the printer.
This function erases all data from the disk
so that the data cannot be restored.
Exiting the menu after a setting is made
restarts the printer, starting erasing the
disk. The percent progress of the erasing
is displayed on the operation panel.
Pressing Enter displays the following
confirmation message:
Are You Sure?
- Yes
- No
Selecting No returns the display to the
previous menu screen. By selecting Yes,
the menu is immediately exited, the
printer reboots, and the erasing operation
starts. Pressing and holding the Cancel
button during erasing displays the
following confirmation message for
cancellation of the erasing:
Do You Cancel?
- Yes
- No
Selecting No continues the erasing.
Selecting Yes cancels the erasing, formats
the disk and restarts the printer.
Enable
Initialization
No
Yes
Prevents a setup change accompanying
initialization of Block Device (HDD,
FLASH).
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Peak Power
Control
Normal
Low
The fuser of the printer has two lamps.
When the lamps turn on, the printer’s
power draw increases dramatically.
POWER SETUP
Normal: Both lamps light at the same
time. When this happens, the printer’s
power draw increases dramatically.
Low: The lamps do NOT light at the same
time. The printer’s electrical draw
increases, but not as dramatically.
Power Save
Enable
Disable
Enables/Disables the power save mode.
Moisture Control
On
Off
Sets Off/On of Moisture Control mode.
When On, the printer may take some time
to complete printing the first-off sheet.
ITEM
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Language
Initialize
Execute
LANGUAGE SETUP
Appendix: printer menus > 87
INDEX
A
N
T
Admin Setup menu ..........71–81
AdminManager
quick setup ....................... 12
standard setup ............14–16
APOP
enable/disable .................. 23
port number ..................... 23
Auto Discovery ...................... 18
NDS setup
AdminManager ................. 19
Mac printer setup utility ... 51
Network number ................... 29
Network Setup menu ....... 71–72
Oki LPR ............................ 39–40
Option menu .................... 28–30
TCP/IP
troubleshooting ................ 62
TELNET
configuration .................... 34
setup by AdminManager... 27
Test button
network summary .............. 9
Troubleshooting
TCP/IP .............................. 62
P
U
Utilities
Oki LPR ............................. 39
PrintSuperVision ............... 37
DNS server ............................ 18
Domain filter ......................... 23
Passwords
administrator (root) ......... 33
menu ................................ 71
POP3 server ...................... 23
PCL Setup menu .............. 75–76
POP
POP3 server ...................... 23
Power
Minimizing power drain .... 87
Print Setup menu ............. 73–74
Printer menu
making changes .......... 69–70
Printer menus ....... 65–83, 84–87
making changes .......... 69–70
Printer trap setup .................. 21
PrintSuperVision .............. 37–38
PS Setup menu ..................... 75
E
R
Encryption strength .............. 26
Epson FX Setup menu ........... 79
Rendezvous........................... 18
RPRINTER mode.................... 19
Mac printer setup utility ... 50
setup ................................ 19
B
Bindery setup
AdminManager .................. 19
Mac printer setup utility ... 51
Boot menu
making changes ............... 70
tree ................................... 69
Broadcast address............29, 53
C
Colour Setup menu ............... 80
Community name
SNMP read ........................ 17
SNMP write ....................... 17
trap ................................... 21
D
F
FIle menu .............................. 17
Functions menu
making changes ..........69–70
tree ..............................66–68
G
Gateway
AdminManager .................. 18
Mac printer setup utility ... 50
H
Help menu
AdminManager .................. 30
I
IBM PPR Setup menu .......77–78
IP Address
AdminManager .................. 18
Mac printer setup utility ... 50
IP filter, AdminManager ........ 25
IPX protocol .......................... 19
M
Mac printer setup utility ... 47–53
Mac printing
network summary ............ 46
O
S
Self-signed certificate ........... 26
Setup menu ..................... 17–27
SMTP
server name ..................... 22
SNMP
community names ............ 17
Specifications .......................... 8
Standard setup
AdminManager ............ 14–16
Status menu
AdminManager ................. 17
Subnet mask
AdminManager ................. 18
Mac printer setup utility ... 50
quick setup ....................... 12
SysContact
AdminManager ................. 21
Mac printer setup utility ... 52
SysLocation
AdminManager ................. 21
Mac printer setup utility ... 52
SysName
AdminManager ................. 21
Mac printer setup utility ... 52
Index > 88
W
Web browser .................... 31–33
changing password ........... 33
launching ..................... 31–32
using ........................... 31–32
WINS server ......................... 18
Z
Zone name, EtherTalk
AdminManager ................. 20
Mac printer setup utility ... 51
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