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  • 1. NETWORK SETUP
  • 2. 1998 © Konica Business Technologies, Inc. and Electronics for Imaging, Inc. The software described in this publication is furnished under license and may only be used or copied in accordance with the terms of such license. Patents: 5,666,436; 5,553,200; 5,543,940; 5,537,516; 5,517,334; 5,506,946;5,424,754; 5,343,311; 5,212,546; 4,941,038; 4,837,722; 4,500,919 Acknowledgments Konica and KL-3015 Force Color Printing System are trademarks of Konica Business Technologies, Inc. Fiery, the Fiery logo, and Rip-While-Print are trademarks registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Fiery Driven, the Fiery Driven logo, Continuous Print, ColorWise, NetWise, and VisualCal are trademarks of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Web Site Address on the Internet http://www.konicabt.com http://www.efi.com Disclaimer Notice Konica Business Technologies, Inc.has made every effort to ensure that information in this manual is complete and accurate. However, constant efforts are also being made to improve and update the product. Therefore, Konica Business Technologies, Inc. shall not be liable for errors in this manual or for any consequential damages resulting from the use of this manual. Information contained herein is subject to change without notice. This publication is protected by copyright, and all rights are reserved. No part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means for any purpose without express prior written consent from Electronics for Imaging, Inc., except as expressly permitted herein. Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. Restricted Rights Legends For defense agencies: Restricted Rights Legend. Use, reproduction, or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at 252.227.7013. For civilian agencies: Restricted Rights Legend. Use, reproduction, or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in subparagraph (a) through (d) of the commercial Computer Software Restricted Rights clause at 52.227-19 and the limitations set forth in Electronics for Imaging, Inc.’s standard commercial agreement for this software. Unpublished rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. Proprietary Rights You acknowledge that the Software, Coded Font Programs, Typefaces, Trademarks and accompanying documentation are proprietary to Electronics for Imaging and its suppliers and that title and other intellectual property rights therein remain with Electronics for Imaging and its suppliers. Except as stated above, this Agreement does not grant you any right to patents, copyrights, trade secrets, trademarks (whether registered or unregistered), or any other rights, franchises or licenses in respect of the Software, Coded Font Programs, Typefaces, Trademarks or accompanying documentation. You may not adapt or use any trademark or trade name which is likely to be similar to or confusing with that of Electronics for Imaging or any of its suppliers or take any other action which impairs or reduces the trademark rights of Electronics for Imaging or its suppliers. The trademarks may only be used to identify printed output produced by the Coded Font Programs. At the reasonable request of Electronics for Imaging, you must supply samples of any Typeface identified with a trademark. Confidentiality You agree to hold the Software and Coded Font Programs in confidence, disclosing the Software and Coded Font Programs only to authorized users having a need to use the Software and Coded Font Programs as permitted by this Agreement and to take all reasonable precautions to prevent disclosure to other parties. Remedies Unauthorized use, copying or disclosure of the Software, Coded Font Programs, Typefaces, Trademarks or accompanying documentation will result in automatic termination of this license and will make available to Electronics for Imaging other legal remedies.
  • 3. Contents Preface Features vii ENERGY STAR compliance vii The documentation viii Conventions viii Chapter 1: Using the Operation Panel Operation panel functions 1-1 Activity lights 1-1 Buttons 1-2 Display window 1-3 Top-level menu 1-3 Chapter 2: Printer Setup Main setup menus 2-1 Specifying system information 2-2 System Setup 2-2 Specifying printer information 2-4 Printer Setup 2-4 PostScript Setup 2-5 PCL Setup 2-5 Specifying network information 2-7 I/O Port Setup 2-7 Ethernet Setup 2-7 Token Ring Setup 2-7 Parallel Port Setup 2-8 Specifying network protocol options 2-9 Network Protocol Setup 2-9
  • 4. vi Contents Network Service Setup 2-12 NDS Setup 2-13 Bindery Setup 2-16 SMB Setup 2-18 Language Setup 2-19 Chapter 3: Printing From Applications Printing 3-1 Chapter 4: Printing Pages From the Operation Panel Printing a Test page 4-1 Printing additional pages 4-2 If you have difficulty printing 4-3 Chapter 5: Setting Up Fiery WebTools Setting up Fiery Web Tools 5-1 Appendix A: Operation Panel Messages Operation panel system messages A-1 Index
  • 5. vii Features Preface The Konica KL-3015™ Printing System delivers a dramatic new level of performance in color printing. Combining EFI's Fiery print quality and document processing power with Konica's advanced imaging technology, the KL-3015 printer sets the standard for affordable, high-quality, table-top color laser printers. Features Ideally suited to adding the power of color to everyday business document— presentations, proposal, newsletters, manuals—the KL-3015 delivers. • Fast 3 ppm full-color and 15 ppm monochrome print speed • Superb 600 dpi x 600 dpi resolution • RIP-While-Print® & Continuous Print™ technologies provide increased throughput and faster processing time. • High performance Fiery Driven controller with 133MHz MIPS processor • Fiery WebTools network printer management software gives you the power to control and manage your print jobs via the Internet or intranets. ENERGY STAR compliance To conserve energy the printer incorporates a power saver mode which can reduce the total power consumption of the printer to less than 45 watts. The International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program is a global program that promotes energy saving through the use of computer and other office equipment. The program backs the development and dissemination of products with functions that effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which businesses can participate voluntarily. The targeted products are office equipment such as computers, monitors, printers, faxes, and copiers. Their standards, and logos are uniform among participating nations. The ENERGY STAR emblem does not represent United States EPA endorsement of any product or service.
  • 6. viii The documentation The documentation This manual is part of a set of printed documentation for the printer that includes the following: • Getting Started provides an overview of the printer and how to operate it. This manual also outlines routine maintenance procedures and explains how to install printer accessories and supplies. • Network Setup provides instructions on using the printer operation panel setting up the printer for parallel or network printing, and printing sample pages. • The User’s Manual provides instructions on how to install the user software, how to print from various computers and workstations, what you need to know about using the printer in a networked environment, and how to use the software provided. Notes on the effective use of color, fonts installed on your printer, and hardware and software feature specifications are also included in appendices. Conventions The following icons are used in this manual: Indicates features and functionality for which the PCL/PostScript ROM DIMM option (PS-101) is required. 32 Indicates features and functionality for which 32MB of RAM is required. 32 Indicates features and functionality for which 32MB of RAM and a hard disk drive (HD-101) are required. Indicates instructions for users working with networked printers.
  • 7. 1 1-1 Operation panel functions Chapter 1: The operation panel on the front of the printer enables you to set options and view the status of the printer and print jobs. Using the Operation Operation panel functions Panel This chapter describes the functions of the operation panel, illustrated below: Online /Enter Menu Cancel/ Online Data Attention Activity lights The activity lights indicate the status of the printer. This light: Indicates: Online Online LED—Lit when the printer is on line (ready to accept and process new jobs); flashing when the user attempts to switch to offline while the printer is receiving data, processing data or printing jobs, and off when the printer is offline or the power is off. Data Data LED—Lit when processing data or data exists in the printer buffer; flashing when receiving data; off when no data is in the printer buffer, or the printer is not receiving or processing data.
  • 8. 1 1-2 Using the Operation Panel This light: Indicates: Attention Attention LED—Lit when the printer requires operator intervention (for example, load paper or replace toner), flashing when a critical error (for example, consumables need to be replaced or paper is out) prevents printing. Off when the printer is functioning normally. Buttons The operation panel’s buttons have the following meanings: This button: Functions this way: Online Online/Enter button—Accepts an option and advances to the next /Menu choice. Switches between Online and Offline states. Menu button—Cancels a setup choice and display a higher level Menu setup menu. Exit/Cancel/Left arrow button—In setup menus, exits menus Cancel/ entirely, returning to Ready. While printing, Cancel stops printing or processing the current job. Down arrow button—In setup menus, scrolls through the list of menus or choices. When entering numbers or text, increments to the next number or character. Hold down the button to increment rapidly. Up arrow button—In setup menus, scrolls through the list of menus or choices. When entering numbers or text, decrements to the previous number or character. Hold down the button to decrement rapidly.
  • 9. 1 1-3 Top-level menu This button: Functions this way: Right arrow button—When entering numbers or text, advances the cursor. Display window The 2-line, 16-character LCD window on the operation panel displays printer status messages. Protecting the LCD display Do not subject the printer to strong shocks. The printer has a liquid crystal display (LCD) that is made of glass and can break. If the display window breaks and the liquid crystal material leaks out, do not inhale, ingest, or touch it. If the material gets on your skin or clothing, wash it off with soap and water immediately. Top-level menu When the printer is not processing or printing a job, the LCD displays READY or POWER SAVER MODE. To view the top-level menu choices, press the Menu button. When you do so, you will cycle through these choices. At this screen: Press Online/Enter: CHECK AND PRINT After you check one copy, prints remaining copies or processed jobs stored on the printer disk. For details, see “Check and Print” on page 1-46 of the User’s Manual. PRINT PAGES FROM LIST Displays the printer’s resident pages. For details, see Chapter 4. CONSUMABLES Displays instructions for replacing consumables, such as toner. For details, see Getting Started. RESETS Clear all jobs, format the hard disk drive (if the HD-101 option is installed), and reset other default settings.
  • 10. 1 1-4 Using the Operation Panel At this screen: Press Online/Enter: SYSTEM SETUP to Advances you to the first option on the menu. NETWORK SERVICES SETUP The Setup menus enable you to specify information about the printer. For complete Setup menus, see Chapter 2. PANEL LANGUAGE Choose the language for the operation panel and the resident pages. N OTE : This version of printer software may not support PANEL LANGUAGE selection.
  • 11. 2 2-1 Main setup menus Chapter 2: This chapter describes how to set up the printer using the operation panel. It describes setting up the printer for parallel printing, and it also describes how to Printer set up the printer for use over a network. Setup To set up the printer, turn on the printer and press the Menu button when the message READY or POWER SAVER MODE appears in the display window. To advance through the list of setup menus, use the Menu button. To view submenu options use the up and down arrow buttons. To accept a selection press Enter. Before you change the setup, it’s a good idea to print the current printer configuration, in case you need to restore the original settings later. For information on printing a Configuration page and other information pages, see “Printing additional pages” on page 4-2. Main setup menus The following table lists the main setup menus and their functions. NETWORK PROTOCOL SETUP and NETWORK SERVICE SETUP appear only for networked printers. PS SETUP appears only if you have the PS-101 option installed. Choose: To do this: See also: SYSTEM SETUP Specify system settings for the printer. Set or page 2-2 change the administrator password.This password is used to limit access to the Setup menus. PRINTER SETUP Specify printer settings for the printer. page 2-4 PCL SETUP Specify PCL settings for the printer. page 2-5 PS SETUP Specify PostScript settings for the printer. page 2-5 I/O PORT SETUP Specify settings for the network connections to page 2-7 the printer.
  • 12. 2 2-2 Printer Setup Choose: To do this: See also: NETWORK PROTOCOL Specify settings for the network protocols. page 2-9 SETUP NETWORK SERVICE Specify settings for network servers. page 2-12 SETUP PANEL LANGUAGE Specify the language used by operation panel. page 2-19 Specifying system information System Setup The System Setup menus enable you to specify information about the printer. (Default values, where applicable, are shown in square brackets.) SYSTEM SETUP To advance to the PRINTER NAME screen, press Online/Enter. KL-3015 Use this option to give the printer a name. The printer name can be up to 16 characters PRINT START PAGE YES/[NO] Use this option to specify whether a Start page is printed when the printer restarts to verify that it is working properly. The Start page contains such information as: printer name, enabled network protocols, amount of memory installed, and options installed on the printer. 32 The following two options are available only on disk based systems. The WebSpooler is available only on disk based systems with a minimum of 32MB of memory.
  • 13. 2 2-3 Specifying system information PUBLISH PRINTED Q YES/NO [NO] Use this option to enable users to print to the Printed queues. The Printed queue is a storage area that stores the most recently printed jobs, making it convenient to reprint those jobs. JOBS TO SAVE 1-99 [10] This option appears only if ENABLE PRINTED Q is set to YES. Use this option to specify the number of jobs to be stored in the Printed Queue. POWER SAVER (M) 10 SEC/ 30 MIN/ 1 HOUR/ 2 HOURS [30 MIN] Use this option to select the length of time during which there is no printer activity before the KL-3015 switches to Power Saver mode. Full power mode is automatically restored when the printer receives a network print job or any button on the operation panel is pressed. CHANGE PASSWORD YES/NO [NO] Use this option to set or change the administrator password for the printer. In most cases, only the system administrator should have access to this password. When you select YES in the Change Password screen, you are prompted to enter the new password. NEW PASSWORD To enter a new password use the up arrow button to scroll through characters and the right arrow button to move from character to character. The password can be any combination of letters and numbers up to 16 characters. When you are finished, press the Online/Enter button. You are then prompted to enter the new password again to verify that you entered it correctly. VERIFY PASSWORD To verify a new or existing password, you must enter the password again. If you make a mistake, you will be prompted to enter the password again.
  • 14. 2 2-4 Printer Setup Specifying printer information Printer Setup The Printer Setup menus are used to set the printer’s page description language (PDL), paper size, and in some models, to specify the ability to print using low toner. (Default values, where applicable, appear in square brackets.) PRINTER SETUP To advance to the PAGE DESC LANG screen, press Online/Enter. PAGE DESC LANG PS/PCL/AUTO [AUTO] Use this option to select a default page description language for your printer. If you select AUTO, the printer will automatically detect and interpret the page description language used by the file. If the PS-101 option is not installed, this option does not appear in the menu. DEFAULT PAPER SIZE LETTER/A4 Use this option to specify the default paper size to print on. Information pages from the PRINT PAGES menu (Menu Help, Configuration page, PS or PCL Fonts List, and Test page) are printed on the default paper size, either LETTER or A4. N OTE : If you select a page size not supported by the paper tray specified in the driver a message will appear on the LCD requesting you to load the correct tray. TONER LOW CONTINUE/STOP [STOP] Use this option to specify the behavior of the printer when toner in a cartridge is low. Select CONTINUE to print even when toner is low; select STOP to stop printing when the toner is low. If stop is selected and a print job is sent while toner is low, the printer goes offline and waits until the Online/Enter button is pressed. When the toner has been replaced and the Online/Enter button is pressed, the job is printed. N OTE : The Toner Low option is available only in some models. If you select CONTINUE is selected and your printer does not support this option, the printer behaves as if STOP was selected.
  • 15. 2 2-5 Specifying printer information PostScript Setup The PostScript setup menus enable you to set Postscript printing options. (Default values, where applicable, appear in square brackets.) N OTE : The following screens appear only if the PS-101 option is installed. PS SETUP To advance to the PRINT TO PS ERR screen, press Online/Enter. PRINT TO PS ERR YES/NO [NO] Use this option to specify whether the portion of a print job processed before encountering a PostScript error is printed. Select YES to print the portion of the job that was processed and a description of the PostScript error, which may help you troubleshoot the error; select NO to cancel printing when a PostScript error is encountered. COVER PAGE ON/OFF [OFF] Use this option to specify whether a Cover (job summary) page will be printed at the end of each print job. Select ON to print a page with the name of the user who sent the job, the document name, the number of pages printed, and the status of the job. If a PostScript error occurred and PRINT TO ERR is set to YES, the error message will be printed on the Cover page, along with the job status. PCL Setup The PCL Setup menus enable you to set PCL printing options. (Default values, where applicable, appear in square brackets.) N OTE : PCL is available only when printing from IBM PC or compatible computers. PCL SETUP To advance to the DEF ORIENTATION screen, press Online/Enter.
  • 16. 2 2-6 Printer Setup DEF ORIENTATION LANDSCAPE/PORTRAIT [PORTRAIT] Use this option to specify the orientation of the print job on the paper. Select PORTRAIT to print horizontally on the page; LANDSCAPE to print vertically. FORM LENGTH 5-128 [60 LINES] Use this option to specify the number of lines of text per page to print. N OTE : This setting applies on a per job basis. FONT NUMBER 0-46 [0] Use this option to specify which PCL font to print. For a complete list of available PCL fonts and their corresponding font numbers see “PCL printer fonts” on page B-1 of the User’s Manual. N OTE : This setting applies on a per job basis. PITCH (CHAR/IN) 44-99.99 [10.00] Use this option to specify the pitch, or number of fixed space, PCL characters per horizontal inch to print. N OTE : This setting applies on a per job basis. FONT SIZE (PT) 4.0-999.75 [12.00] Use this option to specify the point size of the font to print. N OTE : This setting applies on a per job basis. SYMBOL SET ISO-4, ISO-6, ISO-11, ISO-15, ISO-17, ISO-21, ISO-60, ISO-69, PC-8, PWIN 30, ROMAN- 8, WIN-L1, WIN-L2, WIN-L5, DESKTOP, PS TEXT, PCLLEGAL [PC-8] Use this option to specify the PCL Symbol set to print. A symbol set is a specific set of symbols provided by a font. In general, each set is designed with a unique application in mind. The PC-8 symbol set, for example, was designed to support US IBM PC applications. N OTE : This setting applies on a per job basis.
  • 17. 2 2-7 Specifying network information Specifying network information I/O Port Setup The I/O Port Setup menus allow you to specify and set up network port type, including: Ethernet (if the EC-101option is installed), Token Ring (if the TR-101 option is installed), or parallel port. I/O PORT SETUP To advance to the next screen, press Online/Enter. N OTE : Ethernet options appear only if the EC-101 option is installed. Ethernet Setup ENABLE ETHERNET OFF/ON [ON] Select YES to enable Ethernet network communication. ETHERNET SPEED 1O TWISTED PAIR/ 10 AUI/ 10 AUTO/ 100 [AUTO DETECT] Select AUTODETECT to automatically detect the speed at which data can be transferred over the Ethernet network, or optionally specify the speed of your Ethernet network. Token Ring Setup N OTE : Token Ring options appear only if the TR-101 option is installed. TOKEN RING YES/NO [NO] Select YES to enable Token Ring network communication.
  • 18. 2 2-8 Printer Setup TR SPEED 4 MBPS/16 MBPS [AUTO] Select AUTO to automatically detect the speed at which data can be transferred over the Token Ring network, or optionally specify the speed of your Token Ring network. MAX. FRAME SIZE 0.5K, 1K, 2K, 4K [4K] Use the arrow buttons to select a maximum frame size for Token Ring communication. N OTE : The Token Ring frame size must be no greater than the frame size used by any router or Novell file server on the network. SOURCE ROUTING YES/NO [NO] Select YES to allow the packet to travel to its destination through routers on the network. The packet’s source dictates the route that the packet will take. REQ ALL ROUTE YES/NO [NO] If source routing is enabled, select YES to allow all routers on the network to broadcast the presence of the printer, enabling packets from clients on the network to travel to the printer by any route. RESP ALL ROUTE YES/NO [NO] If source routing is enabled, select YES to allow all routers on the network to broadcast the presence of clients to the printer, enabling packets from clients on the network to travel to the printer by any route. Parallel Port Setup In addition to receiving print jobs over Ethernet or Token Ring, the printer can receive print jobs from a computer through its high speed parallel port. If no network card is installed, the printer is connected to a computer via the parallel port.
  • 19. 2 2-9 Specifying network protocol options PARALLEL PORT OFF/ON [ON] Use this option to enable printing through the parallel port. TIMEOUT (SEC) 5-300 [30] If parallel printing is enabled, use this option to specify how long the printer waits without receiving data from the parallel port before deciding that the current job is complete. During the timeout, the printer cannot receive new jobs through the parallel port, but it continues to receive network print jobs. IGNORE EOF YES/NO [YES] This option appears only if PARALLEL PORT is set to ON. Use this option to specify that the printer should ignore end-of-file (EOF) messages in a file. To print PostScript files in binary format (not ASCII), this option must be set to YES. When this option is set to YES, the printer uses the value you entered for the parallel port timeout to determine when it has reached the end of the file. Specifying network protocol options Network Protocol Setup Network Protocol Setup options are used to specify and setup TCP/IP Ethernet, TCP/IP Token Ring, AppleTalk, and IPX (Novell) network protocols. TCP/IP Setup TCP/IP-ETHERNET YES/ NO [NO] Select YES if you have a TCP/IP network connected to the printer over Ethernet cabling. ETH-IP ADDRESS [127.0.0.1] Use the arrow buttons to assign the printer an Ethernet IP address. Press Enter/ Online to accept your selection.
  • 20. 2 2-10 Printer Setup ETH-SUBNET MASK [255.255.255.0] Use this option to modify the subnet mask for printing with TCP/IP over Ethernet. If some, but not all users are able to print to the printer using TCP/IP, you may have to set the printer’s subnet mask. Use the default setting, or see your system administrator for this value. TCP/IP-TOKEN R YES/NO [NO] Select YES if you have TCP/IP network connected to the printer over Token Ring cabling. TR IP ADDRESS [127.0.0.1] Use the arrow buttons to assign the printer a Token Ring IP address. Press Enter/ Online to accept your selection. TR SUBNET MASK [255.255.255.0] Use this option to modify the subnet mask for printing with TCP/IP over Token Ring. If some, but not all users are able to print to the printer using TCP/IP, you may have to set the printer’s subnet mask.Use the default setting, or see your system administrator for this value. N OTE : The following option appears if TCP/IP ETHERNET or TCP/IP TOKEN RING is enabled. GATEWAY ADDRESS [127.0.0.1] Use this option to specify the gateway address for printing with TCP/IP. By default, no gateway address is set. If your TCP/IP network has a gateway and you plan to print using TCP/IP, you must enter the gateway address.
  • 21. 2 2-11 Specifying network protocol options Appletalk Setup ENABLE APPLETALK YES/NO [NO] Select YES if you have an AppleTalk network connected to the printer. You can enable AppleTalk, TCP/IP, and IPX (Novell) communication simultaneously. N OTE : The following option is displayed only if ENABLE APPLETALK is set to YES. APPLETALK ZONE Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the list to select the AppleTalk zone in which you want the printer to appear. If you do not select a zone, the printer is assigned to the default AppleTalk zone. If your network does not have zones, this option does not appear. ENABLE NOVELL YES/NO [NO] Select YES if you have an IPX (Novell) network connected to the printer. You can enable AppleTalk, TCP/IP, and IPX (Novell) communication simultaneously. The following seven options appear only if you selected YES for ENABLE NOVELL. If you select NO, pressing Online/Enter returns you to the Network Protocol setup screen. N OTE : On the LCD and in this descriptive text, the terms IPX, IPX (Novell), and NetWare are used somewhat interchangeably. In fact, IPX refers to the network protocol, NetWare to the network operating system software that uses IPX protocols; Novell has created and trademarked this network operating system. NOVELL FRAME TYPES: Select the Ethernet frame type used for communication between your NetWare file server (or NetWare file servers if you connect to more than one) and the printer. N OTE : Ethernet frame type screens appear only if the EC-101 option is installed, and the Ethernet port is enabled. ETHERNET 802.2 YES/NO [NO] Select YES to enable Ethernet 802.2.
  • 22. 2 2-12 Printer Setup ETHERNET 802.3 YES/NO [NO] Select YES to enable Ethernet 802.3. ETHERNET II YES/NO [NO] Select YES to enable Ethernet II. ETHERNET SNAP YES/NO [NO] Select YES to enable Ethernet SNAP. N OTE : Token Ring frame type screens appear if the TR-101 option is installed and the Token Ring port is enabled. TOKEN RING 802.2 YES/NO [NO] Select YES to enable Token Ring 802.2. TOKEN RING SNAP YES/NO [NO] Select YES to enable Token Ring SNAP. Network Service Setup The Network Service Setup menus allow you to establish network services for your printer. NETWORK SERVICE SETUP To advance to the ENABLE PSERVER screen, press Online/Enter. ENABLE PSERVER YES/NO [NO] Select YES if you have a Novell network connected to the printer and if you have already configured a NetWare printer, a print server, and one or more print queue objects for print jobs. Pserver allows you to enter the names of the Novell objects that are concerned with the print jobs.
  • 23. 2 2-13 Network Service Setup Pserver is a program on the printer that services all the Novell print queues that are assigned to this printer. If you select Yes to enable Pserver, you can proceed to set up NetWare Directory services (NDS) and/or Bindery services. NDS Setup ENABLE NDS YES/NO [NO] NetWare Directory Services (NDS) is used with Netware 4.x. Select YES to enable NDS. N OTE : The following screen appears only if earlier NDS settings exist. CHANGE SETTINGS? YES/NO [NO] Select YES to view a list of NDS trees. NDS TREE Use the up and down arrows to select a tree from the NDS tree list and press Online/Enter. If you select a tree for which earlier NDS settings exist, the following alert screen appears: NEW TREE DELETES BINDRY SETUP! This alert message warns you that the Bindery setup for the tree you selected will be deleted. DELETE BIND SETUP? YES/NO [NO] Select YES if you wish to delete the Bindery setup for the previously selected tree. LOGIN TO BROWSE? YES/NO [NO] Select YES to find the file server on the NDS tree you wish to login to. FIND LOGIN OBJECT Use the up and down arrows to scroll through options. To display path of the selected object, press Online/Enter.
  • 24. 2 2-14 Printer Setup CURRENT PATH The current path of the previously selected object appears in the top line of the LCD display. The first item in the scrollable Object list appears in the second line. Use the arrow buttons to browse the NDS objects listed in the display. The ‘..’ option moves you up one level on the tree; the ‘.’ option selects the same level on the tree. From any screen, press Enter to accept an object, or Menu to escape. LOGIN OBJECT: Use the up and down arrow buttons to select a login name. To accept an option, press Enter. ENTER PASSWORD Use the arrow buttons to enter the password. Press Enter to accept the password. BROWSE TREE TO PRINT SERVER To advance to the NDS TREE NAME OBJECT LIST screen, Press Enter. NDS TREE NAME The NDS tree name appears in the top line of the LCD display. The first item in the scrollable object list appears in the second line. Use the arrow buttons to browse the NDS objects listed in the display. Press Enter to accept an object. CURRENT PATH The current path of the previously selected object appears in the top line of the LCD display. The first item in the scrollable object list appears in the second line. Use the arrow buttons to browse the NDS objects listed in the display. After choosing an object, press Enter to display the print server name. To display another browse window, select the ‘.’ option (the same level on the tree), and press Enter. PRINT SERVER Use the up down arrow buttons to scroll through the list of available print servers. After selecting a server, press Enter. If the print server login requires a password, the ENTER PASSWORD screen appears. If a password is not required, the PRINT Q SEARCH screen appears.
  • 25. 2 2-15 Network Service Setup ENTER PASSWORD Use the arrow buttons to enter the password. Press Enter to accept the password. PRINT Q SEARCH ENTIRE NDS TREE Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through menu options. With ENTIRE NDS TREE selected, press Online/Enter to display the ENABLE BINDERY screen. With Subtree selected, press Online/Enter to display the BROWSE TO PRINT Q SUBTREE ROOT screen. BROWSE TO PRINT Q SUBTREE ROOT To advance to the NDS TREE NAME BROWSE screen, press Online/Enter. NDS TREE NAME The NDS Tree name appears in the top line of the LCD display. The first item in the scrollable object list appears in the second line. Use the arrow buttons to browse the NDS objects listed in the display. The ‘..’ option places you one level higher on the tree; the ‘.’ option selects the same level on the tree. From any screen, press Online/Enter to accept an object, or Menu to escape. CURRENT PATH The current path of the previously selected object appears in the top line of the LCD display. The first item in the scrollable object list appears in the second line. Use the arrow buttons to browse the NDS objects listed in the display. After choosing an object, press Online/Enter to display PRINT Q ROOT. To display another browse window, select the ‘.’ option (the same level on the tree), and press Enter. PRINT Q ROOT: Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through menu options. After choosing an object, press Online/Enter.
  • 26. 2 2-16 Printer Setup Bindery Setup The following screens are used for Bindery setup. Be sure that the printer is connected to the network and that you have already configured one or more NetWare 3.x file servers with a print server and a print queue for print jobs. You can also configure Netware 4.x servers to run in Bindery emulation mode, but you cannot add a 4.x server running in emulation mode that is on the tree you selected in NDS Setup. The NetWare server must be running. You need a login name, and a password, if one has been set. ENABLE BINDERY YES/NO [NO] Use this option to enable bindery emulation mode. N OTE : The following two screens appear only if earlier Bindery settings exist. BINDERY SETTINGS VIEW/CHANGE/SKIP/REMOVE FSERVER [VIEW] Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through menu options. Select VIEW to display a list of servers connected to the network. Select CHANGE to display a list of all available servers. Select REMOVE to display a list of connected servers that you can disconnect. Select SKIP to advance to the POLLING INT. screen. CONNECTED SERVRS Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through the connected servers. After selecting a server, press Online/Enter. REMOVE FSERVER Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through the connected servers. After selecting a server to remove, press Online/Enter. AVAILABLE SERVERS Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through a list of all available servers. After selecting a server, press Online/Enter. If a password is required to login to the server, the FILE SERVER LOGIN screen is displayed.
  • 27. 2 2-17 Network Service Setup FILE SERVR LOGIN Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through options: Supervisor, Administrator, or Enter Login Name. Press Online/Enter to accept an option. ENTER LOGIN NAME This screen is displayed only if Enter Login Name is selected as file server login. Use the arrow buttons to enter the login name. Press Enter to accept the password. FSERVER PASSWORD Use the arrow buttons to enter the password. PRINT SERVER Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through the list of print servers. After selecting a print server, press Online/Enter. If a password is required to login, the PSERVER PASSWORD screen is displayed. PSERVER PASSWORD Use the arrow buttons to enter the password. Press Online/Enter to accept the password. If fewer than eight file servers are connected, the Another FS screen is displayed. If the maximum number of file servers are connected, the POLLING INT screen is displayed. ANOTHER FS? YES/NO [YES] Select YES to redisplay a list of available servers. Select NO to display the POLLING INT screen. Polling interval POLL INT (SEC) 1-999 [15] Use the up and down arrow buttons to specify the interval, in seconds, at which the printer communicates with the Novell server. If you specify 0, the printer polls the server as frequently as possible for your network configuration. N OTE : If you select a short interval, the amount of network traffic increases; this may slow down other network jobs.
  • 28. 2 2-18 Printer Setup SMB Setup Server Message Block (SMB) is a point to point, file sharing and printing protocol, and the default printing method of most Windows applications. SMB runs on top of TCP/IP and does not require IPX. When file and printer sharing for Microsoft clients is enabled, SMB can be run on Windows 3.x, Windows 95, and Windows NT. For information on setting up SMB printing from your computer, see “Setting up SMB printing” on page 1-26. ENABLE SMB YES/NO [YES] Use this option to enable network communication using SMB. USE NAME SERVR? YES/NO [NO] Select YES to designate a specific WINS (Windows Internet Name Server) server as an SMB server. You will then be prompted to enter this server’s IP address. IP ADDRESS [127.0.0.1] Use the arrow buttons to enter the IP address of the WINS server you wish to use. SMB SERVER Use the arrow buttons to enter a name for the printer (SMB server). SERVER COMMENT Use the arrow buttons to enter a comment about the printer (SMB server). This name will identify the printer in the Windows Network Neighborhood. For example, “Production use only.” Once set, this comment will appear in the second line of the LCD when the SERVER COMMENT screen is displayed. When the printer is selected on a client machine, the server comment will appear under the Details section of the Server information window. DOMAIN NAME Use the arrow buttons to enter the domain name or workgroup of the printer (SMB server).
  • 29. 2 2-19 Language Setup Language Setup The Language Setup menus are used to select a language for the operation panel. N OTE : This version of printer software may not support PANEL LANGUAGE selection. PANEL LANGUAGE Press Online/Enter to advance to the panel language screen. SELECT ENGLISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN, GERMAN, SPANISH [ENGLISH] Select a language for the operation panel.
  • 30. 3 3-1 Printing Chapter 3: This chapter describes how to print a file from an application. Printing From Applications Printing Once you have set up your printer to accept print jobs, installed the appropriate PCL or PostScript printer driver on your computer, and specified the KL-3015 as your default printer, you can print to the KL-3015. From within your application, choose Print Setup from the file menu to specify printing to the KL-3015. When you are ready to print, choose Print from your application’s File menu. On computers running Windows 3.1, to select job-specific print options click the Setup button in the application’s Print dialog box, and then click the Options button in the Print Setup dialog box. On computers running Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0, to select job-specific print options click the Printer Properties button in the application’s Print dialog box. On Macintosh computers, select job-specific print options directly from the Print dialog box. When you use the Adobe PostScript driver, you can save the settings you have selected for you print job by clicking the Save Settings button in the Print dialog box. Saved settings will be applied to subsequent print jobs until those settings are changed. For information on installing the appropriate driver for your system and setting up the environment for parallel printing with the KL-3015, see the User’s Manual. That manual also describes how to install and set up networking software for all supported network types, how to connect to the printer over the network, and how to install the KL-3015 user software.
  • 31. 3 3-2 Printing From Applications For information on custom print options you can specify for your print job, see “KL-3015 print options for Windows” on page 1-46 of the User’s Manual. For information on using color in printed documents, see the “Color Notes” chapter in the User’s Manual
  • 32. 4 4-1 Printing a Test page Chapter 4: There are several pages that you can print from the operation panel. Printing Pages From Printing a Test page the Operation This section contains instructions for printing a Test page, and the next section contains instructions for printing additional pages. Panel Page Description Menu Help A one-page overview of the screens you can access from the operation panel. Note that a detailed Menu Help map in PostScript format is also available on the User Software CD. Configuration Gives the current device configuration and lists the selected options for all Setup menus. PCL Font List A list of PCL fonts resident on the printer. PS Font List A list of PS fonts resident on the printer. PS FONT LIST appears in the list of information pages only if the PS-101 option is installed. Test page Enables you to confirm that the printer is properly connected. It also includes samples of color so you can troubleshoot printing problems. The Test page contains such information as: printer name, enabled network protocols, amount of memory installed, and options installed on the printer. You can print a Test page before you set up the KL-3015. You can also print a Test page at other times, from the READY or the POWER SAVER MODE screen. TO PRINT A T EST PAGE : 1. Turn on the printer and allow it to warm up. Messages appear on the operation panel as the KL-3015 printer runs through its power-up tests.
  • 33. 4 4-2 2. Printing Pages From the Operation Panel From the Ready screen, press the Menu button on the operation panel twice. The PRINT PAGES FROM LIST screen is displayed. 3. Press the Online/Enter button to display a list of available pages. 4. Press the up and down arrow buttons until you see “TEST PAGE” in the window and press the Online/Enter button. The KL-3015 prints a Test page. 5. Examine the quality of the Test page. The Test page includes a color sample as well as the printer’s name, enabled network protocols, memory configurations and installed options. Printing additional pages In addition to a Test page, you can also print a Menu Help page, Configuration page, and Font list. The Configuration page lists information about the printer, the setup, and the number of printer fonts. It’s a good idea to print a Configuration page before you make setup changes, in case you need to restore some settings later. TO PRINT A C ONFIGURATION PAGE OR ADDITIONAL PAGES : 1. From the Ready screen, press the Menu button on the operation panel twice. The PRINT PAGES FROM LIST screen is displayed. 2. Press the Online/Enter button to display a list of available pages. 3. Press the arrow buttons until you see “CONFIGURATION PAGE” in the window and press the Online/Enter button. The KL-3015 prints a Configuration page. 4. Alternatively, press the arrow buttons to display the name of the page to print. 5. Press the Online/Enter button. The KL-3015 prints the page you selected.
  • 34. 4 4-3 If you have difficulty printing If you have difficulty printing If you have difficulty printing, check the printer status, take necessary actions according to the table below, and try printing again. Printer status Possible causes Action None of the operation The power switch has not Check the power switch. panel lights are on, and been turned on. For more information, see nothing appears in the Getting Started. LCD. The power cord is not Check the power cord. For securely attached. more information, see Getting Started. There is no power going to Check and see if the outlet is the electrical outlet itself. turned on. The Data light neither The interface cable is not Make sure the network or blinks nor stays on connected properly. parallel cable connector is constantly (it stays off ) properly attached. For more when a print job is sent information, see Getting over the network or the Started. parallel connection. Either the printer driver is Check the settings on the not installed, or the host computer. For more computer has not been information, see Getting correctly set up. Started. For a complete list of error messages and their explanations, see “Getting Started”.
  • 35. 5 5-1 Setting up Fiery Web Tools Chapter 5: Fiery WebTools allow you to manage your KL-3015 remotely from the Internet or from your company’s intranet. The KL-3015 has its own home page, from which Setting Up you are able to select from a variety of functions including Web Status, Fiery WebSpooler, WebLink, Web Downloader and Web Setup. WebTools For information on using Fiery WebTools, see the User’s Manual. Setting up Fiery Web Tools In order for network users to access and use Fiery WebTools, you need to set certain options in I/O Port Setup and Printer Setup on the KL-3015 operation panel. You also need to prepare each user’s workstation to communicate with the KL-3015 over the Internet or intranet. Instructions below apply to IBM PC and Macintosh compatible computers using Token Ring or Ethernet protocols. TO SET UP F IERY W EB T OOLS ON THE KL-3015: 1. From the Ready screen, press the Menu button on the operation panel to access the printer setup menus. 2. Press the up and down arrow buttons until you see NETWORK PROTOCOL SETUP on the LCD and press the Online/Enter button to access the TCP/IP screens. In the next step you will enable TCP/IP network communication according to your network type. If a Token Ring card is installed on your printer, you will enable Token Ring communication; if an Ethernet card is installed on your printer, you will enable Ethernet communication. 3. Use the arrow buttons to advance to the TCP/IP-ETHERNET or TCP/IP-TOKEN RING screens. Select YES to enable the appropriate communication protocol. 4. Use the arrow buttons to advance to the ETH. IP ADDRESS or the T.R. IP ADDRESS screens. Enter a valid, unique IP Address for the KL-3015.
  • 36. 5 5-2 Setting Up Fiery WebTools In order for client workstations to access Fiery WebTools, they must use a web browser. The recommended browser versions that support Java are: • Netscape Communicator 4.0.1 for Macintosh computers, • Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0.2 or Netscape Communicator 4.0.2 for Windows computers. N OTE : Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x does not support the Web Downloader. Note also that Windows NT 4.0 users must download the Windows NT 4.0 Hot Fix dated July 7, 1997 in order to run the Web Downloader with Netscape Communicator 4.x. TO SET UP F IERY W EB T OOLS ON EACH CLIENT WORKSTATION : 1. Enable TCP/IP networking. 2. Make sure the workstation has a valid, unique IP address. 3. Make sure the workstation is installed with an Internet browser. 4. Make sure Java is enabled in your Internet browser. 5. Start your Internet browser application. 6. Enter the IP address or DNS name of the printer in the browser’s URL line. The printer’s home page appears.
  • 37. A A-1 Setup Menus Appendix A: The following system errors cause the Attention LED to flash and the message to be displayed on the operation panel until the problem is addressed. The printer Operation will not print while the warnings are displayed. Panel Messages Operation panel system messages Message Explanation UNEXPECTED PAPER SIZE Paper size incorrect for the selected tray. LOAD MULTI TRAY DISK A disk error occurred. Reformat disk. DEVICE FAILURE OUT OF MEMORY Not enough memory to process and print job. JOB CLEARED Resend print job. MEMORY SHORTAGE Not enough memory to print job. Resend print PAGE SIMPLIFIED job. BUSY ADJUSTING Printer is adjusting toner levels. TONER LEVEL I MPORTANT : Turn off and unplug the printer from the outlet and contact a qualified service representative if the following conditions occur: • The power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. • Liquid has been spilled into the printer. • The printer has been exposed to rain or water. • The printer does not operate normally though the operating instructions are being followed. Adjust only those controls that are described in the operating instructions; improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work to restore the printer to normal operation.
  • 38. Index A D activity lights 1-1 Data LED activity light 1-1 administrator password 2-3 Default Page Orientation option 2-6 Another FS option 2-17 Default Paper Size option 2-4 AppleTalk Delete Bindery Setup option 2-13 enabling 2-11 display screen, handling precautions 1-3 zones 2-11 DNS (Domain Name Server) name 5-2 AppleTalk Zone option 2-11 Domain Name option 2-18 Attention LED activity light 1-2, A-1 Available Servers option 2-16 E Enable AppleTalk option 2-11 B Enable Bindery option 2-16 bindery emulation Enable Ethernet option 2-7 configuring Netware 3.x file Enable NDS option 2-13 servers 2-16 Enable Novell option 2-11 configuring Netware 4.x file Enable Pserver option 2-12 servers 2-16 Enable SMB option 2-18 mode 2-16 ENERGY STAR compliance vii Bindery Settings option 2-16 Enter Login Name option 2-17 bindery setup, options 2-13, 2-16 Enter Password option 2-15 Browse to Print option 2-15 EPA (Environmental Protection Browse Tree to Print Server option 2-14 Agency) vii buttons, operation panel 1-2 error messages A-1 Ethernet C card 2-7, 2-11, 5-1 Change Password option 2-3 enabling 5-1 Change Settings option 2-13 frame type 2-11 Check and Print print option 1-3 port 2-11 Configuration page 4-1 setup options 2-7 printing 4-2 Ethernet 802.2 option 2-11 Connected Servers option 2-16 Ethernet 802.3 option 2-12 Consumables 1-3 Ethernet II option 2-12 Cover Page option 2-5 Ethernet SNAP option 2-12 Current Path option 2-14, 2-15 Ethernet Speed option 2-7 Ethernet-IP Address option 2-9 Ethernet-Subnet Mask option 2-10
  • 39. I-2 Index F Menu Help page 4-1 Fiery Web Tools printing 4-2 setting up 5-1 Web Downloader 5-2 N File Server Login option 2-17 NDS (NetWare Directory Services) file server, setting password for 2-17 changing file server settings 2-16 Find Login option 2-13 options 2-13 Font Size (Pt) option 2-6 setup 2-13 fonts NDS tree PCL 4-1 browsing 2-14, 2-15 printing 4-2 navigating 2-15 symbol set 2-6 option 2-13 Form Length option 2-6 NDS Tree Name option 2-15 FServer Password option 2-17 NDS Tree option 2-13 Netscape Communicator 5-2 G Network Protocol Setup option 2-1 Gateway Address option 2-10 network protocols point to point 2-18 I setup options 2-9 I/O Port Setup menu 2-1, 2-7, 5-1 Network Service Setup menu 2-2, 2-12 icons, used in document viii Network Setup menu 2-7 to 2-9 Ignore EOF (Character) option 2-9 networks Internet browsers 5-2 specifying network information 2-7 IP address 5-1, 5-2 to 2-9 IP Address option 2-18 using printer on viii IPX 2-11, 2-18 New Tree Deletes Bindery Setup option 2-13 J Novell Frame Type option 2-11 Java 5-2 Jobs to Save option 2-3 O Online LED activity light 1-1 L operation panel, see printer operation Language Setup menu 2-19 panel LCD, handling precautions 1-3 lights, on printer operation panel 1-1 P Login to Browse option 2-13 Page Description Language option 2-4 Panel Language option 2-2, 2-19 M Parallel Port option 2-9 Macintosh, printing in 3-1 parallel port setup 2-8 Maximum Frame Size option 2-8 passwords Menu button 2-1 print server login 2-15 verifying 2-3
  • 40. I-3 Index PC-8 symbol set 2-6 Printer Name option 2-2 PCL printer operation panel font size, specifying 2-6 activity lights 1-1 Form Length, specifying 2-6 buttons 1-2 page description language, setting 2-4 display window 1-3 setting font pitch 2-6 Down arrow button 1-2 specifying font 2-6 error messages A-1 specifying settings 2-1 Exit/Cancel/Left arrow button 1-2 Symbol set, specifying 2-6 Menu button 1-2 PCL Font List 4-1 Network Port Setup menu 2-7 PCL Setup menu 2-1, 2-5, 2-6 Network Setup menu 2-9 Pitch (Char/In) 2-6 Online/Enter button 1-2 Poll Interval (Seconds) option 2-17 Right arrow button 1-3 PostScript specifying panel language 2-2 page description language, setting 2-4 specifying PCL settings 2-1 printing up to errors 2-5 specifying printer settings 2-2 PS-101 option 2-5 troubleshooting A-1 setup options 2-5 Up arrow button 1-2 specifying settings 2-1 printer options Power Saver (Minutes) option 2-3 setting 2-1 Power Saver mode 2-3 viewing 2-1 print jobs, viewing information about 2-5 Printer Setup menu 2-1, 2-4, 5-1 Print Pages from List option 1-3 printing Print Q Root option 2-15 Configuration page 2-1 Print Q Search option 2-15 information pages from the print server, selecting on operation LCD 2-1, 4-1 panel 2-14, 2-17 Macintosh 3-1 Print Start Page option 2-2 Menu Help page 4-1, 4-2 Print to PS Error option 2-5 overview 3-1 to 3-2 printer Start page 2-2 enabling AppleTalk option 2-11 troubleshooting 4-3, 5-2 features vii Windows 3.1x 3-1 home page 5-2 Windows 95 3-1 power saver mode vii Windows NT 4.0 3-1 printing speed vii printing a Test page 4-1 printing to 3-1 to 3-2 problems, see troubleshooting remote management 5-1 protocols, see network protocols setting up 2-1 to 2-2 PS Setup option 2-1, 2-5 specifying name 2-2 Pserver Password option 2-17 specifying printer information 2-4 Pserver program 2-12 see also printer operation panel Publish Printed Q option 2-2
  • 41. I-4 Index R Token Ring option 2-7 remote access 5-1 Token Ring SNAP option 2-12 Removing Pserver option 2-16 Token Ring Speed option 2-8 Req. All Routes option 2-8 Token Ring Subnet Mask option 2-10 Resets option 1-3 toner levels. A-1 Resp. All Route option 2-8 Toner Low option 2-4 troubleshooting S printer operation panel A-1 Select (Panel Language) option 2-19 printing problems 4-3, 5-2 Server Comment option 2-18 Server Message Block (SMB), see U Windows (SMB) printing) URL (Uniform Resource Locator) 5-2 SMB Server option 2-18 Use Name Server option 2-18 SMB Setup option 2-18 User Software CD 4-1 Source Routing option 2-8 subnet mask 2-10 V supplies, ordering viii Verify Password option 2-3 Symbol Set option 2-6 System Setup menu 2-1, 2-2, 2-5 W Web Downloader, see Fiery WebTools T WebTools, see Fiery WebTools TCP/IP Windows (SMB) printing 2-18 enabling 5-1 Windows 3.1x, printing in 2-18, 3-1 setup options 2-9 Windows 95 SMB printing with 2-18 printing in 2-18, 3-1 TCP/IP-Ethernet option 2-9 Windows NT 4.0 TCP/IP-Token Ring option 2-10 printing in 3-1 Test page, printing 4-1 running Web Downloader with Timeout in Seconds option 2-9 Netscape Communicator 5-2 Token Ring Windows NT 4.0 Hot Fix 5-2 card 5-1 Windows NT, SMB printing 2-18 enabling 5-1 WINS server 2-18 frame types 2-12 setup 2-7, 2-8 Z zones, AppleTalk 2-11 Token Ring 802.2 option 2-12 Token Ring IP Address option 2-10