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Network Administration Guide

  1. 1. MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL COLOR SYSTEMS Network Administration Guide
  2. 2. SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT INSTALLING OR OTHERWISE USING THIS SOFTWARE PRODUCT CONSTITUTES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS (UNLESS A SEPARATE LICENSE IS PROVIDED BY THE SUPPLIER OF APPLICABLE SOFTWARE IN WHICH CASE SUCH SEPARATE LICENSE SHALL APPLY). IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THESE TERMS, YOU MAY NOT INSTALL OR USE THIS SOFTWARE, AND YOU MUST PROMPTLY RETURN THE SOFTWARE TO THE LOCATION WHERE YOU OBTAINED IT. THE SOFTWARE INSTALLED ON THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES NUMEROUS INDIVIDUAL SOFTWARE COMPONENTS, EACH HAVING ITS OWN APPLICABLE END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (“EULA”). INFORMATION RELATING TO THE EULAS MAY BE FOUND IN AN ELECTRONIC FILE INCLUDED ON THE USER DOCUMENTATION CD-ROM INCLUDED HERE- WITH; HOWEVER, ALL SOFTWARE AND DOCUMENTATION DEVELOPED OR CREATED BY OR FOR TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION (“TTEC”) ARE PROPRIETARY PRODUCTS OF TTEC AND ARE PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT LAWS, INTERNATIONAL TREATY PROVISIONS, AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAWS. Grant of License This is a legal agreement between you, the end-user (“You”), and TTEC and its suppliers. This software, fonts (including their typefaces) and related documentation (“Software”) is licensed for use with the system CPU on which it was installed (“System”) in accordance with the terms con- tained in this Agreement. This Software is proprietary to TTEC and/or its suppliers. TTEC and its suppliers disclaim responsibility for the installation and/or use of this Software, and for the results obtained by using this Software. You may use one copy of the Software as installed on a single System, and may not copy the Software for any reason except as necessary to use the Software on a single System. Any copies of the Software shall be subject to the conditions of this Agreement. You may not, nor cause or permit any third party to, modify, adapt, merge, translate, reverse com- pile, reverse assemble, or reverse engineer the Software. You may not use the Software, except in accordance with this license. No title to the intellectual property in the Software is transferred to you and full ownership is retained by TTEC or its suppliers. Source code of the Software is not licensed to you. You will be held legally responsible for any copyright infringement, unauthorized transfer, reproduction or use of the Software or its documentation. Term This license is effective until terminated by TTEC or upon your failure to comply with any term of this Agreement. Upon termination, you agree to destroy all copies of the Software and its docu- mentation. You may terminate this license at any time by destroying the Software and its documentation and all copies. Disclaimer of Warranty THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND NON-INFRINGE- MENT. TTEC AND ITS SUPPLIERS DISCLAIM ANY WARRANTY RELATING TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE. IF THE SOFTWARE PROVES DEFECTIVE, YOU (AND NOT TTEC OR ITS SUPPLIERS) SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ENTIRE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION. TTEC AND ITS SUPPLIERS DO NOT WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTER- RUPTED OR ERROR FREE. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN THAT IS PROVIDED BY TTEC AND ITS AFFILIATES PURSUANT TO A EULA IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. 2 Network Administration Guide — SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
  3. 3. Limitation of Liability IN NO EVENT WILL TTEC OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY DAMAGES, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE (EXCEPT PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH RESULTING FROM NEGLIGENCE ON THE PART OF TTEC OR ITS SUPPLIERS), INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY LOST PROFITS, LOST DATA, LOST SAVINGS OR OTHER INCI- DENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABIL- ITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF TTEC OR ITS SUPPLIERS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, NOR FOR THIRD PARTY CLAIMS. U.S. Government Restricted Rights The Software is provided with RESTRICTED RIGHTS. Use, duplication or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject to restrictions set forth in subdivision (b) (3) (ii) or (c) (i) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software Clause set forth in 252.227-7013, or 52.227-19 (c) (2) of the DOD FAR, as appropriate. Contractor/Manufacturer is TOSHIBA TEC Corporation, 6-78, Minami-cho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka-ken, 411-8520, Japan. General You may not sublicense, lease, rent, assign or transfer this license or the Software. Any attempt to sublicense, lease, rent, assign or transfer any of the rights, duties or obligations hereunder is void. You agree that you do not intend to, and will not ship, transmit (directly or indirectly) the Software, including any copies of the Software, or any technical data contained in the Software or its media, or any direct product thereof, to any country or destination prohibited by the United States Govern- ment. This license shall be governed by the laws of Japan or, at the election of a Supplier of TTEC concerned with a dispute arising from or relating to this Agreement, the laws of the Country desig- nated from time to time by the relevant Supplier of TTEC. If any provision or portion of this Agree- ment shall be found to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions or portions shall remain in full force and effect. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT AND THAT YOU UNDERSTAND ITS PROVISIONS. YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ITS TERMS AND CONDI- TIONS. YOU FURTHER AGREE THAT THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT CONTAINS THE COM- PLETE AND EXCLUSIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND TTEC AND ITS SUPPLIERS AND SUPERSEDES ANY PROPOSAL OR PRIOR AGREEMENT, ORAL OR WRITTEN, OR ANY OTHER COMMUNICATION RELATING TO THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT. TOSHIBA TEC Corporation, 6-78, Minami-cho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka-ken, 411-8520, Japan. Network Administration Guide — SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT 3
  4. 4. TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHT Trademarks • The official name of Windows 98 is Microsoft Windows 98 Operating System. • The official name of Windows Me is Microsoft Windows Me Operating System. • The official name of Windows 2000 is Microsoft Windows 2000 Operating System. • The official name of Windows XP is Microsoft Windows XP Operating System. • The official name of Windows Server 2003 is Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Operating Sys- tem. • Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the brand names and product names of other Microsoft products are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the US and other countries. • Apple, AppleTalk, Macintosh, Mac, TrueType, and LaserWriter are trademarks of Apple Com- puter, Inc. in the US and other countries. • Postscript is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. • Netscape is a trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation. • IBM, AT and AIX are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. • NOVELL, NetWare, and NDS are trademarks of Novell, Inc. • Other company names and product names in this manual are the trademarks of their respec- tive companies. Copyright © 2005 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written per- mission of TTEC. No patent liability is assumed, however, with respect to the use of the informa- tion contained herein. 4 Network Administration Guide — TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHT
  5. 5. Preface Thank you for purchasing e-STUDIO451c Series Multifunctional Digital Color Systems. This Network Administration Guide explains the instructions for administrators to set up and manage the e-STUDIO451c Series. Read this guide before printing to your e- STUDIO451c Series. Keep this guide within easy reach, and use it to configure an envi- ronment that makes best of the e-STUDIO’s functions. About This Guide This manual describes about the guideline of setting up the e-STUDIO451c Series for e-STUDIO’s network functions. For information about initial setup for the e-STUDIO451c Series from the Control Panel, see the User Functions Guide. For information about setting up network clients, see the Printing Guide and TopAccess Guide. For general information on using the copier, your computer, your application software, or your network, see the manuals that accompany those products. Conventions • The term “this equipment” in this manual refers to the e-STUDIO451c Series. • The term “e-Filing” in this manual is an abbreviation of “electronic filing”. About Other Manuals Other guides are included in the User Documentation CD-ROM provided with this sys- tem: Printing Guide—explains how to install user software for the printer functions, includ- ing how to set up and manage print jobs from Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS, and UNIX computers. Scanning Guide—explains how to scan operation such as Scan to e-Filing, Scan to File, and Scan to E-mail. TopAccess Guide—explains how to set up and manage network functions using the TopAccess user functions — such as network job management and template registra- tion — from client computers via a network. e-Filing Guide—explains how to operate the e-Filing features by using the TWAIN driver, File Downloader and e-Filing web utility. Network Fax Guide—explains how to use the network fax features that enable users to operate fax and internet fax sending from a client computer via network. Network Administration Guide — Preface 5
  6. 6. 6 Network Administration Guide — Preface
  7. 7. Table of Contents SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT ...........................................................2 Network Administration Guide TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHT................................................................4 Preface ...........................................................................................................5 About This Guide.......................................................................................5 Conventions ......................................................................................... 5 About Other Manuals.................................................................................5 Table of Contents ...........................................................................................7 1. Easy Setup Flow ..........................................................................................11 Overview for Network Configuration.............................................................12 Connecting to the Local Area Network over TCP/IP ...............................13 Connecting to the Local Area Network over IPX/SPX ............................. 13 Connecting to the Local Area Network over AppleTalk network ............. 13 Connecting to the Internet ..................................................................14 Setup Flow for Printing Features ..................................................................15 Setup Flow for Windows Printing.............................................................15 Setup Flow for Raw TCP or LPR Printing .......................................... 16 Setup Flow for SMB Printing ..............................................................17 Setup Flow for IPP Printing ................................................................19 Setup Flow for Printing via Windows Print Server..............................20 Setup Flow for Novell Printing .................................................................21 Setup Flow for Macintosh Printing...........................................................24 Setup Flow for AppleTalk Printing ......................................................24 Setup Flow for LPR Printing ...............................................................25 Setup Flow for IPP Printing ................................................................26 Setup Flow for Unix Printing ....................................................................28 Setting up for LPR Printing.................................................................28 Setup Flow for IPP Printing ................................................................29 Setup Flow for FTP Printing ....................................................................30 Setup Flow for Email Printing ..................................................................31 Setup Flow for Scanning Features ...............................................................33 Setup Flow for Save as file......................................................................33 Setup Flow for Scan to Email ..................................................................34 Setup Flow for Fax Features ........................................................................36 Setup Flow for Network-Fax ....................................................................36 Setup Flow for Internet Fax .....................................................................39 Setup Flow for Onramp Gateway ............................................................40 Setup Flow for Offramp Gateway ............................................................43 Setup Flow for e-Filing Features ..................................................................46 Setup Flow for e-Filing Web Utility .......................................................... 46 Setup Flow for TWAIN Driver and File Downloader ................................47 Setup Flow for Authentication....................................................................... 49 Setup Flow for Department Management................................................49 Setup Flow for User Authentication .........................................................49 Setup Flow for SMTP Authentication....................................................... 50 2. Setting up Network Server..........................................................................53 About Network Server Setup ........................................................................54 Setting up Windows Print Server..................................................................55 Configuring the Windows Print Server.....................................................55 Installing the Printer Drivers as Shared Printers ................................55 Setting up the Clients .........................................................................56 Network Administration Guide — Table of Contents 7
  8. 8. Setting up NetWare Print Server ..................................................................57 Setting up the NetWare in Bindery Mode ................................................57 Editing the Network Startup File.........................................................57 Setting up the NetWare File Server....................................................57 Setting up the NetWare in NDS Mode.....................................................59 Setting up the NetWare in NDPS Mode ..................................................60 Setting up NDPS Using Novell Printer Gateway ................................60 Setting up NDPS Using TOSHIBA NDPS Gateway ...........................64 Installing the TOSHIBA NDPS Gateway .......................................65 Setting up the equipment as an NDPS Object ..............................66 Removing NDPS Components......................................................68 Setting up the NetWare in iPrint Mode ....................................................69 Setting up DNS and Mail Servers.................................................................72 Tips of Setting up the DNS and Mail Servers for Email...........................73 Tips of Setting up the DNS and Mail Servers for Internet Fax.................73 Tips of Setting up the DNS and Mail Servers for Offramp Gateway........74 Setting up LDAP Authentication Service ......................................................75 Configuring DNS Forward and Reverse Lookup Zones ..........................75 Configuring the Equipment Using TopAccess .........................................79 3. Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................81 Troubleshooting Overview............................................................................82 Network Connectivity Problems...............................................................82 Cannot Discover Device .......................................................................... 86 Cannot Ping the Device...........................................................................88 Cannot Print From Client .........................................................................89 Network or Touch Panel Display Disabled After LDAP Search...............89 Troubleshooting Hardware Errors ................................................................91 Common Errors ....................................................................................... 91 Startup Page Does Not Print ..............................................................91 Print Jobs Not Output .........................................................................91 Device Status Indicators.......................................................................... 92 Copier Maintenance Calls ..................................................................92 TopAccess Error Messages ....................................................................94 Message Log......................................................................................94 Troubleshooting Network Errors...................................................................97 Cannot See This Equipment....................................................................97 Cannot Print To This Equipment .............................................................98 4. Appendix ....................................................................................................101 Default Setting List .....................................................................................102 Default Settings for General Setting ......................................................102 Device Information ...........................................................................102 Energy Save.....................................................................................102 Time Stamp ......................................................................................102 Web General Setting ........................................................................102 Default Settings for Network Setting......................................................102 TCP/IP..............................................................................................102 IPX/SPX ...........................................................................................103 AppleTalk .........................................................................................103 Rendezvous .....................................................................................103 LDAP Session ..................................................................................103 8 Network Administration Guide — Table of Contents
  9. 9. DNS Session ....................................................................................103 DDNS Session .................................................................................103 SMB Session....................................................................................103 NetWare Session .............................................................................103 HTTP Network Service.....................................................................104 SMTP Client .....................................................................................104 SMTP Server....................................................................................104 POP3 Network Service.....................................................................104 FTP Client ........................................................................................104 FTP Server .......................................................................................104 SNMP Network Service....................................................................105 Security Service ...............................................................................105 Default Settings for Copier Setting ........................................................105 Default Settings for Fax Setting (Optional) ............................................105 Default Settings for Save as file Setting ................................................106 Default Settings for Email Setting..........................................................106 Default Settings for Internet Fax Setting................................................106 Default Settings for Printer Setting ........................................................106 General Setting ................................................................................106 Default Raw Job Setting...................................................................107 Raw Job Setting ...............................................................................107 Default Settings for Print Service...........................................................107 Raw TCP Print..................................................................................107 LPD Print ..........................................................................................107 IPP Print ...........................................................................................107 FTP Print ..........................................................................................107 NetWare Print...................................................................................108 Email Print ........................................................................................108 INDEX ................................................................................................................109 Network Administration Guide Network Administration Guide — Table of Contents 9
  10. 10. 10 Network Administration Guide — Table of Contents
  11. 11. 1. Easy Setup Flow EASY SETUP FLOW 1. This section describes the setup flow for enabling the e-STUDIO network features. • Overview for Network Configuration.............................................................................................12 • Setup Flow for Printing Features...................................................................................................15 • Setup Flow for Scanning Features ................................................................................................33 • Setup Flow for Fax Features ..........................................................................................................36 • Setup Flow for e-Filing Features ...................................................................................................46 • Setup Flow for Authentication .......................................................................................................49 Network Administration Guide 11
  12. 12. 1. Easy Setup Flow Overview for Network Configuration This equipment supports the various features of electronic document processing over a network such as network printing, scanning, and sending Email or Internet Fax over the Internet. To enable these features, an administrator has to assign the proper network configuration to client computers, servers, and this equipment. NOTES: • This chapter describes the setup flow for network features. For information about setting up local features such as copy and fax, please see the User Functions Guide. The guide describes how to operate the [User Functions] button that con- tains setup features for users and administrators. Some settings can be assigned from the Touch Panel Display on this equipment. Before setting up from TopAccess, please see the User Functions Guide and perform the initial setup for this equip- ment. • Parallel printing is available only when the Parallel Interface is installed. Following diagram illustrates the common network configurations for this equipment. Windows 98 Windows Me Parallel or USB Connection Windows NT 4.0 * USB Connection is not available Windows 2000 for Windows NT 4.0 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Unix workstation TCP/IP or IPX/SPX Local Area Network Windows Print Server NetWare Print Server Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 AppleTalk or TCP/IP Local Area Network Mac OS 8.6 Mac OS 9.x Mac OS X Internet DNS Server Email Server 12 Network Administration Guide — Overview for Network Configuration
  13. 13. 1. Easy Setup Flow Connecting to the Local Area Network over TCP/IP When this equipment is connected to the local area network over TCP/IP with Windows computers, Unix workstations, and NetWare servers, the following features are avail- able: Printing Features • SMB Printing in the Peer-to-Peer connection from Windows computers P.17 "Setup Flow for SMB Printing" • Raw TCP or LPR Printing in the Peer-to-Peer connection from Windows computers P.16 "Setup Flow for Raw TCP or LPR Printing" • IPP Printing in the Peer-to-Peer connection from Windows computers P.19 "Setup Flow for IPP Printing" • SMB Printing through the Windows Print Server from Windows computers P.20 "Setup Flow for Printing via Windows Print Server" • Novell Printing through the NetWare Print Server from Windows computers P.21 "Setup Flow for Novell Printing" • LPR Printing in the TCP/IP network from Macintosh computers P.25 "Setup Flow for LPR Printing" • IPP Printing in the TCP/IP network from Macintosh computers P.26 "Setup Flow for IPP Printing" • FTP Printing P.30 "Setup Flow for FTP Printing" • LPR Printing from Unix workstation P.28 "Setting up for LPR Printing" • IPP Printing from Unix workstation P.29 "Setup Flow for IPP Printing" • Job Monitoring with TopAccessDocMon from Windows Scanning Features • Save as file feature for saving scanned images or received jobs as files in network folder P.33 "Setup Flow for Save as file" e-Filing Features • Editing the files in the Box using e-Filing web utility P.46 "Setup Flow for e-Filing Web Utility" • Acquiring data from a Box with TWAIN driver or File downloader P.47 "Setup Flow for TWAIN Driver and File Downloader" Network Management Features • Monitoring or managing this equipment using TopAccess Connecting to the Local Area Network over IPX/SPX When this equipment is connected to the local area network over IPX/SPX with Win- dows computers and NetWare servers, the following features are available: Printing Features • Novell Printing through the NetWare Print Server from Windows computers P.21 "Setup Flow for Novell Printing" Connecting to the Local Area Network over AppleTalk network When this equipment is connected to the local area network over AppleTalk with Macin- tosh computers, the following features are available: Network Administration Guide — Overview for Network Configuration 13
  14. 14. 1. Easy Setup Flow Printing Features • AppleTalk Printing in the AppleTalk network from Macintosh computers P.24 "Setup Flow for AppleTalk Printing" Connecting to the Internet When this equipment is connected to the local area network where the Internet access is enabled with DNS server and mail server, the following features are available: Printing Features • IPP Printing in the Internet connection from Windows computers P.19 "Setup Flow for IPP Printing" • IPP Printing in the TCP/IP network from Macintosh computers P.26 "Setup Flow for IPP Printing" • IPP Printing from Unix workstation P.29 "Setup Flow for IPP Printing" • Email Printing in the Internet connection using Email client software P.31 "Setup Flow for Email Printing" Scanning Features • Scan to Email at this equipment P.34 "Setup Flow for Scan to Email" Fax Features • Sending or Receiving Internet Fax at this equipment P.39 "Setup Flow for Internet Fax" • Sending fax or Internet Fax using the N/W-Fax driver from Windows computers P.36 "Setup Flow for Network-Fax" • Onramp gateway (convert a received fax from the public switched telephone line to an Internet Fax and send it to the Internet) P.40 "Setup Flow for Onramp Gateway" • Offramp gateway (convert a received Internet Fax from Internet to a fax and send it to facsimile through the public switched telephone line) P.43 "Setup Flow for Offramp Gateway" NOTE: The N/W-Fax driver, Onramp gateway and Offramp gateway can be operated only when optional fax unit is installed in this equipment. 14 Network Administration Guide — Overview for Network Configuration
  15. 15. 1. Easy Setup Flow Setup Flow for Printing Features This section describes the minimum setup flow to configure this equipment for printing. Setup Flow for Windows Printing This equipment supports SMB printing, Raw TCP printing, LPR printing, and IPP print- ing for Windows computers. The configurations required are different for each printing system. If you are not sure which printing system you will use, choose the proper printing sys- tem according to operating systems of clients in your network: • For Windows 98/Me — SMB Printing • For Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 — Raw TCP or LPR Printing SUPPLEMENTS: • It assumes using SMB printing in a small network. If you can use the Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 as a print server, it is recommended to set up for printing via Windows print server. • This equipment also supports printing via the parallel port. When this equipment is used for parallel printing, there is no need to configure the equipment. To set up for parallel printing, please see the Quick Start Guide. NOTE: Parallel printing is available only when the Parallel Interface is installed. System Requirements Windows printing applies to the following Windows computers. • Display Resolution 1024 x 768 dots or more • Display Color High Color (16bit) or higher is recommended • CPU Pentium 133 MHz minimum (Pentium 266 MHz or faster recommended) • Memory 64MB for Windows 98 96MB for Windows Me and Windows NT 4.0 128MB for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 The applicable computers depend on the printing systems: • Raw TCP or LPR Printing Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 6a Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 Windows XP Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 • SMB Printing Windows 98 (Windows 98 Second Edition Recommended) Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 6a Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 Windows XP Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 • IPP Printing Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 Windows XP Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 15
  16. 16. 1. Easy Setup Flow Setup Flow for Raw TCP or LPR Printing Connecting over TCP/IP Network Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Setting up the Raw TCP or LPR printer connection This equipment can be used with Raw TCP or LPR printer connection for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. Raw TCP or LPR print- ing is the common method to setting up the printer from servers. It is better to use Raw TCP or LPR printing for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 rather than SMB printing because the printing process of Raw TCP or LPR printing is shorter than SMB printing. Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 2. Setting up the Raw TCP if required. If users use Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 for printing, enable the Raw TCP print service. It is recommended to use Raw TCP printing rather than LPR printing. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the Raw TCP Print 3. Setting up the LPD Print Service. If any users use Windows NT 4.0, enable the LPD print service. 16 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  17. 17. 1. Easy Setup Flow TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the LPD Print 4. Advise users to install the Client Software for Raw TCP or LPR printing. Users can install the printer drivers for Raw TCP or LPR printing by installation from the Client Utilities CD-ROM and add the Raw TCP or LPR port. For more information about the Raw TCP or LPR installation, please see the Printing Guide. In the Raw TCP or LPR enabled network, users must install following client software for printing: • Printer Drivers • TopAccessDocMon • Agfa Font Manager Setup Flow for SMB Printing Network Environment over TCP/IP Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Setting up SMB Windows XP Printer Connection Windows Server 2003 Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 This equipment can be used with SMB printer connection that allows you to connect to this equipment using File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks service. SMB printing is the common method to setting up the printer from the Windows 98/Me com- puters. However, SMB printing is not suitable for printing a large amount of docu- ments. NOTE: It assumes using SMB printing in a small network. If you can use the Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 as a print server, it is recom- mended to set up for printing via Windows print server. P.20 "Setup Flow for Printing via Windows Print Server" Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 17
  18. 18. 1. Easy Setup Flow Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 2. Setting up the SMB Session. The NetBIOS name and workgroup should be configured to enable SMB printing. Also if the network system uses the WINS server to provide name resolution for this equipment with the Windows network, you can specify the WINS server to be used. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the SMB Protocol TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the SMB Session 3. Advise users to install the Client Software for SMB printing. Users can install the printer drivers for SMB printing using the following methods: 1) Point and Print installation, 2) installation from the Client Utilities CD-ROM, or 3) Add Printer Wizard installation. It is recommended for an administrator to determine which method should be used for an installation (or allows both installations for users.) For more information about the SMB installation, please see the Printing Guide. In the SMB enabled network, users must install following client software for printing: • Printer Drivers • TopAccessDocMon • Agfa Font Manager 18 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  19. 19. 1. Easy Setup Flow Setup Flow for IPP Printing Connecting over Internet Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Setting up the IPP printer connection This equipment can be used with the IPP printer connection for Windows 2000, Win- dows XP, and Windows Server 2003 in a TCP/IP network. Even though IPP printing can be used in a local area network, this method is commonly used to print over the Inter- net. If you allow IPP printing through the Internet, you must configure the DNS server to enable users to access this equipment over the Internet using the HTTP protocol. This is useful when users want to print to this equipment from outside the local area network. Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 2. Setting up the DNS Session to be available the services that use the DNS name with a DNS server. The DNS Session should be configured when this equipment accesses the services, servers, and clients using the DNS names instead of IP addresses. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the DNS Session 3. Setting up the DDNS Session if required. If the DNS server supports the dynamic DNS service, please configure the DDNS Session to enable the dynamic DNS service. Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 19
  20. 20. 1. Easy Setup Flow TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the DDNS Session 4. Setting up the IPP Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the IPP Print 5. Advise users to install the Client Software for IPP printing. Users can install the printer drivers for IPP printing by installation by Add Printer Wizard. For more information about the IPP installation, please see the Printing Guide. In the IPP enabled network, users must install following client software for printing: • Printer Drivers • TopAccessDocMon • Agfa Font Manager NOTE: TopAccessDocMon is available only when the client computers are connected to this equipment within the same local area network. Also TopAccessDocMon cannot auto- matically find the IP or IPX address of this equipment to connect, if users install the cli- ent software for IPP printing. In that case, users must find the equipment in the network using the Network Discovery feature. For more information about TopAccessDocMon, see the Printing Guide. Setup Flow for Printing via Windows Print Server Connecting to Client Server type of Microsoft network Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Setting up the Raw TCP or LPR connection Setting up the SMB printer connection Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 20 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  21. 21. 1. Easy Setup Flow When you want to manage all print jobs in the print server instead of directly printing to this equipment, the Windows Client Server network solution is helpful. In this case, an administrator sets up the sharing printer using Raw TCP or LPR in Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 print server. Then clients can install the printer driver from the Windows print server using SMB. Setup procedure 1. Setting up this equipment for Raw TCP or LPR printing. Please see the setup flow for Raw TCP or LPR printing. P.16 "Setup Flow for Raw TCP or LPR Printing" NOTE: When installing the printer driver in the server to set up the sharing printer, install the printer driver by the Add Printer Wizard. Do not install the printer driver using the installer. 2. Setting up the Windows print server. P.55 "Setting up Windows Print Server" 3. Advise users to install the Client Software for SMB printing via the Windows print server. Users can install the printer drivers for Windows Client Server network from the queue created in the Windows print server. This installation method is common for Windows print sharing. Please refer to the Windows documentation for information about sharing printers. In the Windows Client Server network, users must install following client software for printing: • Printer Drivers • TopAccessDocMon • Agfa Font Manager Setup Flow for Novell Printing This equipment supports Novell printing for Windows computers. System Requirements Novell printing applies the following NetWare server and client computers: NetWare NetWare 4.x bindery emulation mode NetWare 4.x NDS mode NetWare 5.x and 6.x NDS mode (over IPX/SPX only) NetWare NDPS Printer Agent Client OS: Windows 98 (Windows 98 Second Edition Recommended) Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 5 Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 Windows XP Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 21
  22. 22. 1. Easy Setup Flow Connecting with a NetWare Environment over TCP/IP or IPX/SPX Network NetWare 4.x NetWare 5.x NetWare 6.x Setting up the Novell printer connection Setting up the SMB printer connection to Novell print queue Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 When you want to manage the print jobs in the NetWare print server instead of directly printing to this equipment, an administrator must configure the NetWare print servers and this equipment. This equipment supports the PSERVER in the NetWare 4.x bindery emulation mode, NetWare 4.x NDS mode, NetWare 5.x NDS/NDPS mode, and NetWare 6.x NDS/NDPS mode. This equipment also supports the Novell iPrint that is available for NetWare 6.x. Using Novell iPrint, users can download and install the printer driver from the NetWare server using iPrint Client. Connecting with a Novell iPrint Environment over TCP/IP Network NetWare 6.x Setting up the Novell iPrint connection Setting up the iPrint printer connection using iPrint Client Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 22 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  23. 23. 1. Easy Setup Flow Setup procedure 1. Setting up the NetWare print server. P.57 "Setting up NetWare Print Server" 2. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 3. Setting up the IPX/SPX if this equipment is used in the IPX/ SPX network. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the IPX/SPX Protocol TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the IPX/SPX 4. Setting up the NetWare Session. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the NetWare Session 5. Setting up the SLP Session. If the NetWare file server is connected to the equipment over the TCP/IP network, enable the SLP. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the SLP Session Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 23
  24. 24. 1. Easy Setup Flow 6. Setting up the NetWare Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the NetWare Print 7. Advise users to install the Client Software for Novell printing. Users can install the printer drivers for Novell printing from the Client Utilities CD-ROM and map the queue created in the NetWare server. For more information about the Novell installation, please see the Printing Guide. In the Novell network, users must install following client software for printing: • Printer Drivers • TopAccessDocMon • Agfa Font Manager Setup Flow for Macintosh Printing This equipment supports AppleTalk printing and LPR printing for Macintosh computers. The configurations required are different for each printing system. System Requirements Macintosh printing applies the following Mac OS computers and environments: Display Resolution: 1024 x 768 dots or more OS: Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x, Mac OS X 10.1 (Classic), Mac OS X 10.2 (Classic) Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x Protocol: TCP/IP, or AppleTalk (Ethernet) Printer Driver: LaserWriter 8 printer driver version 8.6.5 or later (not required for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x) NOTE: Macintosh printing from Mac OS X 10.2 and its earlier versions of Mac OS X is sup- ported only in Classic mode using the PPD file for Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x. This equipment also provides the PPD file for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x. Setup Flow for AppleTalk Printing Connecting over AppleTalk Network Mac OS 8.6 Mac OS 9.x Mac OS X Setting up the AppleTalk printer connection This equipment can be used with the AppleTalk printer connection when the Macintosh computers and the equipment are connected over the AppleTalk network. 24 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  25. 25. 1. Easy Setup Flow Setup procedure 1. Setting up the AppleTalk. Please see the User Functions Guide to configure AppleTalk from the Touch Panel Display, or from TopAccess. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the AppleTalk Protocol TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the AppleTalk 2. Advise users to install the Macintosh PPD file. Users can install the Macintosh PPD file from the Client Utilities CD-ROM. For more information about the Macintosh PPD file installation and setting up AppleTalk printing on the Macintosh computer, please see the Printing Guide. Setup Flow for LPR Printing Connecting over TCP/IP Network Mac OS 8.6 Mac OS 9.x Mac OS X Setting up the LPR printer connection This equipment can be used with the LPR printer connection when the Macintosh com- puters and the equipment are connected over the TCP/IP network. Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 25
  26. 26. 1. Easy Setup Flow TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 2. Setting up the LPD Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the LPD Print 3. Advise users to install the Macintosh PPD file. Users can install the Macintosh PPD file from the Client Utilities CD-ROM. For more information about the Macintosh PPD file installation and setting up LPR printing on the Macintosh computer, please see the Printing Guide. Setup Flow for IPP Printing Connecting over Internet Mac OS X Setting up the IPP printer connection This equipment can be used with the IPP printer connection for Mac OS X in a TCP/IP network using CUPS. Even though IPP printing can be used in a local area network, this method is commonly used to print over the Internet. If you allow IPP printing through the Internet, you must configure the DNS server to enable users to access this equipment over the Internet using the HTTP protocol. This is useful when users want to print to this equipment from outside the local area network. NOTE: IPP printing for Macintosh is available only for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x. Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service 26 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  27. 27. 1. Easy Setup Flow TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 2. Setting up the DNS Session to be available the services that use the DNS name with a DNS server. The DNS Session should be configured when this equipment accesses the services, servers, and clients using the DNS names instead of IP addresses. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the DNS Session 3. Setting up the DDNS Session if required. If the DNS server supports the dynamic DNS service, please configure the DDNS Session to enable the dynamic DNS service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the DDNS Session 4. Setting up the IPP Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the IPP Print 5. Advise users to install the Macintosh PPD file. Users can install the Macintosh PPD file from the Client Utilities CD-ROM. For more information about the Macintosh PPD file installation and setting up IPP printing on the Mac OS X computer, please see the Printing Guide. Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 27
  28. 28. 1. Easy Setup Flow Setup Flow for Unix Printing This equipment supports printing for Unix workstations using the Unix Filters. System Requirements Unix printing applies the following Unix workstations: OS: Sun Solaris 2.6/2.7/7.8/8/9 HP-UX ver.10.20/11.x IBM AIX 4.1.5/4.3.3/5L SCO UnixWare 7 SCO OpenUnix 8 Red Hat Linux 6.2/7.1/7.2/7.3/8.0 SuSE Linux ver.7.0/8.1 Mandrake Linux ver.7.1/9 Turbo Linux 8 Setting up for LPR Printing Connecting over TCP/IP Network Unix workstation Setting up the LPR printer connection This equipment can be used with the LPR printer connection when the Unix worksta- tions and the equipment are connected over the TCP/IP network. Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 28 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  29. 29. 1. Easy Setup Flow 2. Setting up the LPD Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the LPD Print 3. Advise users to install the Unix Filters for Unix printing. Users can install the Unix filters for Unix printing from the Client Utilities CD- ROM. For more information about the Unix installation, please see the Printing Guide. Setup Flow for IPP Printing Connecting over Internet Unix workstation Setting up the IPP printer connection using CUPS This equipment can be used with the IPP printer connection for Unix workstation in a TCP/IP network using CUPS. Even though IPP printing can be used in a local area net- work, this method is commonly used to print over the Internet. If you allow IPP printing through the Internet, you must configure the DNS server to enable users to access this equipment over the Internet using the HTTP protocol. This is useful when users want to print to this equipment from outside the local area network. Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 29
  30. 30. 1. Easy Setup Flow 2. Setting up the DNS Session to be available the services that use the DNS name with a DNS server. The DNS Session should be configured when this equipment accesses the services, servers, and clients using the DNS names instead of IP addresses. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the DNS Session 3. Setting up the DDNS Session if required. If the DNS server supports the dynamic DNS service, please configure the DDNS Session to enable the dynamic DNS service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the DDNS Session 4. Setting up the IPP Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the IPP Print 5. Advise users to install the Unix Filters for Unix printing. Users can install the CUPS system for Unix printing from the Client Utilities CD- ROM. For more information about the CUPS installation for Unix, please see the Printing Guide. Setup Flow for FTP Printing This equipment supports FTP printing that enables to print a file sent through FTP pro- tocol. Users can send a print file using the FTP download tools to this equipment from any operating systems. This equipment can print following files using the FTP printing: • PCL format print job file • PostScript Level 3 print job file • Text data file Setup procedure 1. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. 30 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features
  31. 31. 1. Easy Setup Flow User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service 2. Setting up the FTP Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the FTP Print 3. Now any users can download to this equipment using the FTP down-load tools. Users can use any FTP download tools to print through FTP. For more information about FTP printing, please see the Printing Guide. Setup Flow for Email Printing This equipment allows you to print a file sent to it via Email. Users can send a print job by attaching the file that users want to print to an Email. This equipment will receive the message from the POP3 account in the Email server and print the file. This equipment can print the TIFF files only. Setup procedure 1. Setting up the POP3 account for this equipment in the incoming mail server. P.73 "Tips of Setting up the DNS and Mail Servers for Email" 2. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess. You should set the TCP/IP and HTTP Network Service from the Touch Panel Display the first time you use it, to make TopAccess available. User Functions Guide 4. SETTING ITEMS (ADMIN) 3. SETTING NETWORK FUNCTIONS Setting the TCP/IP Protocol Setting the HTTP Network Service TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the TCP/IP Setting up the HTTP Network Service Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features 31
  32. 32. 1. Easy Setup Flow 3. Setting up the POP3 Network Servers to specify the POP3 server. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Network Settings Setting up the POP3 Network Service 4. Setting up the Email Print Service. TopAccess Guide 7. TopAccess Administrator Mode Setting up from TopAccess Setting up Print Service Settings Setting up the Email Print 5. Now any users can print a file by sending an Email message. Any Email client software can be used to send a print job to this equipment. For more information about Email printing, please see the Printing Guide. 32 Network Administration Guide — Setup Flow for Printing Features

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