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    1- Port Print Server (USB 2.0) Users Manual Model #: APS-U2001[...]

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION......... .................................... ....................[...]

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    IPX/SPX-COMPATIBLE PROTOCOL INSTALLATION .......... ............. ................. ............... [...]

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    Trademarks NetWare is a registered trademark of Novell Inc and Windows 95/98/Me and Windows NT/2000/[...]

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    1. Introduction Product Overvie w The external print servers enhan ce capability by letting you plac[...]

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    Status Blinking for POST (Yellow) When power switched on, the Status indicator will flash five times[...]

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    Network Environment Wired Network w ith Print Serv er: 2. Print Server Installation Preparation To m[...]

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    Setup Operating System Function Remarks PSAdmin utility / Setup Wizard Windows 95/98/Me Windows NT/2[...]

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    3. Software Installation The PSAdmin is a proprietary Windows-based m anagement program that can ass[...]

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    Note: The setup CD will install the print server’s driver , PS Admin and Setup Wizar d into your c[...]

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    6. On the Change Settings screen, select No or Yes : Click No if you want the print server to keep u[...]

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    8. Click Add New Printer to launch Windows Add Printer Wizard . 9. Click Next and select Local Print[...]

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    10. Make sure the Use the follo w ing port radio-button is clic ked and select LPT1: (recommended Pr[...]

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    12. If you already have the printer’s driver installed, you will be asked whether to keep it or to[...]

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    15. From Windows system, go to start -> Printers and Faxes and highlight your newly installed pri[...]

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    17. Go to General; click Print Test P age to verify the configuration. 18. Done. Note: If you want t[...]

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    All print server(s) feature Novell NetWare functi on on the LAN will be displayed al ong with their [...]

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    2 Select “Obtain an IP addre ss from DHCP serv er”. If there is a DHCP server on yo ur network. [...]

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    3. Select the NetWare File Server to whic h the print server device will be attached. 4. Type in a P[...]

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    7. (Optional) In NDS Settings, Select NetWare file server(s), NetWare 4.x or later that print server[...]

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    Gateway: This option shows the print server’s curr ent gateway address may be obtained from the DH[...]

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    Multiple Print Queues Configuration To configure the print server to service multiple print queues, [...]

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    4. Internet Printer Connection and HP Web JetAdmin IPP Overview Print server(s) support the Internet[...]

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    ** lp1 is the queue name for print port-1, lp2 for print port-2 and lp3 for print port-3. 7.It will [...]

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    HP Web JetAdmin Overview HP Web JetAdmin allows y ou to use a Web browse to revise, view, manage and[...]

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    Note: You can also substitute the se rver domain with TCP/IP addre ss. Removing HP Web JetAdmin Util[...]

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    2.Click System, it then as show n in the following picture. Print Server Name: This option allows yo[...]

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    Printer Status 1.Click Status, it then appears the sub-menu. 2.Click Printer, it then as shown in th[...]

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    Use DHCP/BOOTP: This option allows you to view DHCP/ BOOT P status. If there is a DHCP/BOOTP server [...]

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    General Settings: Print Server Name : This option allows you to view pri n t server’s name would b[...]

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    AppleTalk Status 1.Click Status, it then appears the sub-menu. 2.Click AppleTalk, it then as sh own [...]

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    SNMP Communities: This option allows you to view SNMP communities from the print server. There are t[...]

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    Setup Menu Meanwhile, you have finished the IP address confi g uration with print server. You should[...]

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    Administrator E-mail Address: This option allows y ou to input your Email address that you want to r[...]

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    Bi-directional Settings : This option allows you to sel ect the bi-directional of the print server. [...]

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    3.Click Setup, it then appears the sub-menu. 4.Click NetWare, it then as sh own in the following pic[...]

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    Installing Print Server on NetWare 4.x/5.x Due to its architecture and functio nality, the pr int se[...]

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    8. Run NetWare’s PCONSOLE and add users to the “Queue Users” list. 9. From your NetWare client[...]

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    <ATALK_PS>-xxxxxx -1 , where xxxxxx represents the last si x digits of the device’s Node ID.[...]

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    Management Systems are available from many th ird-pa rty vendors, such as Hewlett-Packard's Ope[...]

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    SNMP Community : The print server suppo rts up to two community names. The default community name is[...]

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    3. Workgroup Name: This option allows you to as sign a workgrou p name to print server on the Networ[...]

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    6. Network Print Monitor Preparation The print server supports TCP/IP, IPX/SPX and NetBEUI prot ocol[...]

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    IPX/SPX-compatible Prot ocol Installation 1. Click Start, point to Settings , and select Control Pan[...]

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    10. A message reading, “After your printer i s inst alled, Windows can print a test page so you ca[...]

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    • If the IPX/SPX protocol i s not installed, no print server will be shown in the display box. The[...]

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    7. TCP/IP LPR Port Printing Installation Basic TCP/IP Installation Overview When installing your pri[...]

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    6. The Add LPR compatible printers bo x will then appear as shown in the following picture. Type in [...]

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    5. The Add Standard TCP/IP Printe r Port Wizard box will then appear as sh own the picture as below,[...]

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    7. In the Configure Standard T CP/IP Port Monito r box as shown in the following pictu re, select LP[...]

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    UNIX Installation After the static IP address is as signe d, the Print Server is ready to be configu[...]

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    5. Click “OK”. 6. Enter /Printer / Make Default. System V Release 4 Unix 1. For example: the pri[...]

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    6. Click New button. 7. Click Forward button. 8. In the Name field, type a us er-defined name, cl ic[...]

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    9. In the Queue Type field, choose Networked UNIX. 10. In the Server field, type t he IP address of [...]

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    8. Upgrading Print Server Overview Upgrading print serve r will allow you to upgrade its firmware in[...]

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    2. Ensure binary file is located in your current working directory. 3. Type “tftp <print se rve[...]

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    9. Troubleshooting General Troubleshooting Overview The most common problems, which ca use the print[...]

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    Print Port Related Problems Printing data failure may be cau sed by a loose connection of the print [...]

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    5. Select Properties. 6. Select your (first) network interface ca rd and select Manual Frame Type De[...]

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    4. Click Ports tab. 5. Click Configure Port. The print se rver will be shown on the next screen. 6. [...]

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    If this is the case, please ensure the Node ID fiel d in the corresponding entry of the print server[...]

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    For the purpose of explana tion, we assume the NT se rver is on Segment A and its IP address is 192.[...]

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    Appendix: SMB Printing with Windows XP 1. Enable the SMB settings from the p rint server ’s WEB co[...]

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    3. Double click it again. 4. Now you have to install the printer’s driver.[...]

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    5. Choose it from the “Add Printer Wizard”. 6. Install printer su ccessfully.[...]

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    7. Now, you can find your printer’s icon and you can use the SMB p rinting mode. Reset Button Rebo[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions Question A Print jobs are sent to the print queue succe ssf ully, but fai[...]

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    2. Run the PSAdmin and upgrade the print se rver again. Question D The Status LED light keeps blinki[...]

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    Additional Installation Instructions Panasonic KX-P6100/6300/6500 If you are using a Panasonic KX-P6[...]