BIXOLON SRP-330II POS Printer Network Connection Manual

BIXOLON SRP-330II POS Printer Network Connection Manual
User's Manual
Network Interface
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http://www.bixolon.com
SRP-330II
SRP-332II
Network Interface
■ Table of Contents
1. Manual Information ........................................................................................................ 3
2. Specifications ................................................................................................................ 3
3. How to Connect.............................................................................................................. 4
4. Ethernet Test by using Windows Test Page ................................................................ 5
5. Factory Reset ................................................................................................................. 9
6. Troubleshooting........................................................................................................... 10
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1. Manual Information
This Network manual provides information on the connection of network with the printer.
We at BIXOLON maintain ongoing efforts to enhance and upgrade the functions and
quality of all our products. In following, product specifications and/or user manual content
may be changed without prior notice.
2. Specifications
CATEGORIES
FEATURE
LAN
Specification
Interface
10/100 Base-T All in one(Auto detection)
Protocol
DHCP Client, HTTP, ARP, ICMP, IPv4 ,TCP, UDP
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3. How to Connect
1) Checking Network Setting
(1) LAN
Function key
Function key
a. Turn on the printer.
b. Wait 10 or more seconds until the LAN interface boots up.
c. Push the function key.
d. The settings will be printed only one time since the printer is turned on.
2) LAN Setting Values
Classification
Item
Remarks
Input Range
TCP connection hold time
0~3600 integer
IP Assignment Method
DHCP/Manual
IP Address
Printer IP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask
IP Address
Gateway
Default Gateway
IP Address
Inactivity Time
IP Assignment
Network
Method
For changing network setting values using Net configuration tool, Refer to „Net
configuration tool manual‟.
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4. Ethernet Test by using Windows Test Page
You can use the Windows printer driver as shown below when there is no test program.
Operating systems that allow you to use the Windows printer driver are Windows, XP,
Server 2003, VISTA, 2008 Server, 7, 8, 10.
[Note]
-The Windows driver is included in the CD, and you can download the latest version
from our home page.
(www.bixolon.com)
1) Double-click the Windows Driver installation file.
2) Click Next.
3) Select Ethernet.
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4) Enter the IP address and port number, and then click Next.
5) Click Yes to reboot the PC.
6) Open the printer properties window in the Windows OS.
(1) Installing on Windows XP / Server 2003
※ Control Panel – Printers and Faxes.
(2) Installing on Windows VISTA / Server 2008 / 7 / 8 / Server 2012 / 10
※ Control Panel – Hardware and Sound – Device and Printers.
7) In the Ports tab, click Configure Port.
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8) Match the communication settings to those of the printer.
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9) Click Print Test Page and check printing status. Proper installation of the driver is
indicated if the test page is printed normally.
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5. Factory Reset
This function changes the WLAN settings of the printer to the initial factory settings.
Follow the instructions shown below to perform the Factory Reset.
1) Default Printer Settings
- Dynamic IP mode(DHCP mode is enabled.)
- Local Port: 9100
- Inactivity Time: 0
2) Procedure
(1) Turn the printer off.
(2) Turn the printer on while pressing the Function key.
[Note]
- Keep holding the Function key for about three seconds.
(3) Wait for about 10 seconds until IP address is assigned.
DHCP mode will be enabled when Factory Reset is performed regardless of the
existing settings.
[Note]
- Dynamic IP network environment
IP address is assigned to the printer and it can connect to web-server using the
assigned IP address.
Newly assigned IP address can be checked with the Function key.
- Fixed IP network environment
IP address is not automatically assigned to the printer.
Wait for 30 seconds and check whether IP address is assigned to the printer by
pressing the Function key. If IP address is 0.0.0.0, it means that IP address has
not been assigned. In this case, disable DHCP mode using the Configure Tool.
(4) Print the settings environment using the Function key.
Check the assigned IP address and connect to the web-server to change the settings.
3) Factory Reset Values
LAN
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0
Inactivity time
IP Assignment Method Automatic(DHCP)
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6. Troubleshooting
When printing doesn‟t work
Check network setting
(Refer to Configuration for checking/changing the printer settings)
- IP Address
Check the band of the IP Address.
Check whether the bands of the printer and the AP(or wireless
terminals) are the same.
The first three digits of the four digit value of the IP address must be
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the same.
Subnet Mask
Check whether the subnet mask of the printer matches the one in AP
(or wireless terminal).
Port
Check whether the port configured in the printer and the host (PC,
PDA) are the same.
PING Check
Checking IP collision
- When entering IP address manually without using DHCP, you must
check whether the corresponding IP address is used by other
equipment. The printer may not work normally when there is a
collision in the IP address.
- When the printer is turned off, carry out the Ping Test to the printer IP.
Ping TEST
- Turn off the printer.
- Select “Run” from the Windows Start menu, and then enter “cmd”.
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Enter “ARP –d” and delete ARP table.
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Enter “ping {printer IP}”.
ARP –d, ping {IP address}
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When you see “Request timed out.” as shown below, it means that there is
no collision. The corresponding IP can be used.
On the other hand, if there is a reply as shown below, then the
corresponding IP is used by another network terminal and it cannot be
used for the printer IP.
Inactivity Time
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If multiple host devices are used with one printer, “Inactivity Time” is
Recommended.(Other host devices are restricted to use a printer if
one host device keep connecting to a printer.) ex) 5sec
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