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USER’S GUIDE KN-304 Please read this guide before using the board and keep readily available
USER’S GUIDE KN-304 Please read this guide before using the board and keep readily available
USER’S GUIDE KN-304 Please read this guide before using the board and keep readily available
USER’S GUIDE KN-304 Please read this guide before using the board and keep readily available
USER’S GUIDE KN-304 Please read this guide before using the board and keep readily available
USER’S GUIDE KN-304 Please read this guide before using the board and keep readily available

USER’S GUIDE

KN-304

Please read this guide before using the board and keep readily available for reference.

Thank you very much for your purchase of the KN-304. This Guide deals with making prints, correct handling of the machine, and precautions for safety. Please read before printing. In order to maintain a satisfactory printing performance, please keep this Guide readily available for reference.

Preface

The KN-304 Network Board is a network interface board for the Konica IP-011 Printer Control- ler.

When the KN-304 Network Board is installed in the Konica IP-011 Printer Controller, the Konica 7020 can be used as a network printer.

The printer itself and the printer controller are provided with instruction manuals individually (Konica 7020 instruction manual and Konica IP-011 Printer Controller user’s guide).

FCC Regulations

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from the circuit to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Canadian Department of Communications Regulations

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Registered trademarks

Microsoft, MS and MS-DOS are registered trademarks of U.S. Microsoft Corporation.

Windows is a registered trademark of U.S. Microsoft Corporation.

Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of U.S. Novel, Inc.

Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of U.S. Adobe Systems Incorporated.

AppleTalk is a registered trademark of U.S. Apple Computer Inc.

The other company names and trademarks used in this document are the trade names and trademarks of the associated companies.

About this manual

This manual describes the procedures of installing, operating and setting up the software used to print using the KN-304 Network Board through the Konica 7020 mounted with the IP- 011 Printer Controller from a Windows 95/98/NT/2000 (2000 is still to be supported) or Novell NetWare system that composes a network. Be sure to read the contents of Readme.txt provided for each program contained in the CD-ROM. For more detail on operation of the associated applications, refer to the individual instruction manuals.

Konica Co., Ltd. is not responsible for the results of use of the Konica 7020 + IP-011 Printer Controller + KN-304 Network Board system and this manual.

Use and reproduction of this manual, partly or wholly, without permission is not permitted.

Information included in this manual is subject to change without prior notice.

CONTENTS

Preface

i

Voluntary Regulations against Electromagnetic Interference

i

Registered trademarks

i

About this manual

ii

Chapter 1 KN-304 Network Board overview

1-1

Features of the KN-304 Network Board

1-2

Installation of the KN-304 Network Board

1-2

Package contents

1-2

How to use the CD-ROM provided

1-3

Network setting procedures

1-3

For peer-to-peer printing from Windows 95/98

1-3

For lpr/lpd printing from Windows NT

1-3

Use of NetWare

1-4

Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

Basic operations from the LCD panel

Network setup procedure

TCP/IP setup

2-1

2-2

2-2

2-4

Choice of IP mode

2-5

IP setup

2-5

To use LPD banner

2-6

Setup for NetWare

2-7

Server

name

2-7

Server password

2-7

Polling interval

2-7

Ethernet frame type

2-7

KN-304 Network Board Contents-1

To disable bindery

2-8

NDS context name

2-8

NDS tree name

2-8

Defining the password

2-8

Defining/changing the password

2-8

Disabling the password

2-8

Confirming the current network setup information

2-9

Displaying the network setup information

2-9

Printing the network setup information

2-9

Chapter 3 Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98) 3-1

Basic TCP/IP setup

3-2

Use of IP Peer-to-Peer

3-3

Installing IP Peer-to-Peer

3-3

Setting IP Peer-to-Peer

3-3

Printer driver setup

3-5

Chapter 4 Printing by lpd/lpr (Windows NT)

4-1

Basic TCP/IP setup

4-2

lpd/lpr setup

4-3

Installing Microsoft TCP/IP Print Service

4-3

Adding a printer port and installing the printer driver

4-3

Printer Driver Setup from Client

4-4

Chapter 5 NetWare Setup

5-1

Setup for NetWare 2.x/3.x

5-2

Setup for NetWare 4.x

5-3

Setup information

5-3

NDS setup

5-4

Setup for Bindery Emulation

5-5

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Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

6-1

MAP (Management Access Program) overview

6-2

Requirements for installation

6-2

Installing MAP

6-2

MAP setup

6-3

Web utility

6-4

Choice of printer

6-4

TCP/IP

setup

6-5

NetWare setup

6-7

Setup/indications - other

6-10

Restarting the network card

6-10

Restoring the default values

6-10

Confirming the settings

6-10

Network address

6-11

Changing the password

6-11

Test printer

6-11

Configure Status Page

6-11

Printer status

6-11

Unit Info information

6-12

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

7-1

LED Status Indicator

7-2

Status Page

7-3

Resetting the KN-304 Factory Default

7-5

How to Diagnose Problems

7-6

Troubleshooting Network Hardware Connections

7-7

Troubleshooting NetWare Protocol

7-7

NetWare Checklist

7-7

File Server Checklist

7-8

Workstation

Checklist

7-8

Print Server Card Configuration Checklist

7-8

Printer Server/File Server/Printer Checklist

7-9

Workstation to Print Server Card

Connection Checklist

7-9

KN-304 Loses Its File Server Connection

7-9

Unable to Print from a Different Context

7-10

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Appendices

KN-304 Network Board specifications

10/100BaseT UTP cable specifications

Information for the TCP/IP network administrator

Appendices-1

Appendices-2

Appendices-3

Appendices-4

Use of DHCP

Appendices-4

Naming by WINS

Appendices-4

FTP printing

Appendices-4

Index

Contents-4 KN-304 Network Board

Index-1

Chapter 1 KN-304 Network Board overview

Features of the KN-304 Network Board

1-2

Installation of the KN-304 Network Board

1-2

Package contents

1-2

How to use the CD-ROM provided

1-3

Network setting procedures

1-3

For peer-to-peer printing from Windows 95/98

1-3

For lpr/lpd printing from Windows NT

1-3

Use of NetWare

1-4

Chapter 1 KN-304 Network Board overview

Features of the KN-304 Network Board

The KN-304 Network Board enables the 7020 fitted with the IP-011 Printer Controller to connect to the Ethernet.

The KN-304 offers the following features:

Automatic Selection of 100Base-T (Fast Ethernet) or 10Base-T

Supports peer-to-peer printing by TCP/IP from Microsoft Windows 95 or 98 (by using a dedicated utility)

Supports Ipr/Ipd on TCP/IP for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 or later (to be referred to as Windows NT).

Supports both the bindery mode of Novell NetWare and Novell Directory Service (NDS)

Built-in HTTP server enables printer and network board management by linking with the management Access Program (MAP) provided and a standard web browser

Automatic IP address acquisition by DHCP

Use of flash memory allows upgrading of firmware through network

Installation of the KN-304 Network Board

The KN-304 Network Board should be fitted to the IP-011 Printer Controller. Request installation of the KN- 304 to your Konica service representative.

Package contents

The package of the KN-304 Network Board contains the following.

KN-304 Network Board

KN-304 Quick Configuration Guide

KN-304 Installation Procedure

Connection cable

CD-ROM

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How to use the CD-ROM provided

Chapter 1 KN-304 Network Board overview

The CD-ROM contains some utility programs used for the KN-304 Network Board and the instruction manual (same as this) in the form of PDF (Portable Document Format). The CD-ROM is compatible with Windows 95/98/NT. The software of English language version contained in the CD-ROM includes the following.

MAP (Management Access Program)

This allows to detect the network printers connected by IP/IPX and enables access to Web utilities incorporated in the KN-304 Network Board to set up the network and printers with the aid of the Web browser.

IP-P2P

This enables peer-to-peer printing by TCP/IP from Windows 95/98.

Network setting procedures

Before you use the KN-304 Network Board, it is needed to set up the system and perform some preparatory tasks. The procedures depend on the system environment.

For peer-to-peer printing from Windows 95/98

A printer can be connected in the form of so-called “peer-to-peer” to produce printout without using a print server in a LAN (Local Area Network) consisting only of Windows 95/98. The setup procedure is as follows. See Chapter 2, Setting up from the LCD Panel, for more detail of Step 1, and Chapter 3, Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98), for Steps 2-4.

Set up the KN-304 Network Board for TCP/IP from the Konica Sitios 7020’s LCD panel.3, Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98), for Steps 2-4. Set up your computer (Windows 95/98) for TCP/IP.

Set up your computer (Windows 95/98) for TCP/IP.Board for TCP/IP from the Konica Sitios 7020’s LCD panel. Install “IP-P2P” from the CD-ROM provided.

Install “IP-P2P” from the CD-ROM provided.LCD panel. Set up your computer (Windows 95/98) for TCP/IP. Install the printer driver. ● For

Install the printer driver.for TCP/IP. Install “IP-P2P” from the CD-ROM provided. ● For lpr/lpd printing from Windows NT To

For lpr/lpd printing from Windows NT

To produce printout by lpr/lpd from Windows NT, the setup procedure is as follows. See Chapter 2, Setting up from the LCD Panel, for more detail of Step 1, and Chapter 4, Printing by lpd/lpr, for Steps 2-4.

Set up the KN-304 Network Board for TCP/IP from the Konica 7020’s LCD panel.Step 1, and Chapter 4, Printing by lpd/lpr, for Steps 2-4. Set up your computer (Windows

Set up your computer (Windows NT) for TCP/IP.Network Board for TCP/IP from the Konica 7020’s LCD panel. Install “Microsoft TCP/IP Print” if not

Install “Microsoft TCP/IP Print” if not installed yet.7020’s LCD panel. Set up your computer (Windows NT) for TCP/IP. Install the printer driver. KN-304

Install the printer driver.your computer (Windows NT) for TCP/IP. Install “Microsoft TCP/IP Print” if not installed yet. KN-304 Network

Chapter 1 KN-304 Network Board overview

Use of NetWare

To produce printout in a network of Novell NetWare, the setup procedures depend on the NetWare version and resource management. See Chapter 2, Setting up from the LCD Panel, for more detail of Step 1, and Chapter 4, NetWare Setup, for Step 2.

With NetWare 2.x or 3.x

Define the server name, etc. of the KN-304 Network Board from the Konica 7020’s LCD panel.4, NetWare Setup, for Step 2. With NetWare 2.x or 3.x Set up the print server

Set up the print server functions by PCONSOLE.the KN-304 Network Board from the Konica 7020’s LCD panel. By NDS with NetWare 4.x Define

By NDS with NetWare 4.x

Define the server name, etc. of the KN-304 Network Board from the Konica 7020’s LCD panel.print server functions by PCONSOLE. By NDS with NetWare 4.x Set up the print server functions

Set up the print server functions by NWADMIN.the KN-304 Network Board from the Konica 7020’s LCD panel. By bindery emulation with NetWare 4.x

By bindery emulation with NetWare 4.x

Define the server name, etc. of the KN-304 Network Board from the Konica 7020’s LCD panel.functions by NWADMIN. By bindery emulation with NetWare 4.x Set up the print server functions by

Set up the print server functions by PCONSOLE.4.x Define the server name, etc. of the KN-304 Network Board from the Konica 7020’s LCD

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Chapter 2 Setting up from the LCD Panel

Basic operations from the LCD panel

2-2

Network setup procedure

2-2

TCP/IP setup

2-4

Choice of IP mode

2-5

IP setup

2-5

To use LPD banner

2-6

Setup for NetWare

2-7

Server name

2-7

Server password

2-7

Queue Scan Rate

2-7

Frame Type

2-7

Disable Bindery

2-8

NDS Context

2-8

NDS Tree

2-8

Defining the password

2-8

Defining/changing the password

2-8

Disabling the password

2-8

Confirming the current network setup information

2-9

Displaying the network setup information

2-9

Printing the network setup information

2-9

Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

Basic operations from the LCD panel

After the KN-304 Network Board is installed physically, you can set it up from the control panel of the Konica 7020 for networking. On the liquid crystal display (LCD) screen that is a touch panel, you select a menu item by touching the associated number key. To enter a numeric data or character string, use numeric keys or character keys displayed. The character keys are laid out on two windows and you go from one to the other by using the << or >> key.

See the instruction manual of the Konica IP-011 Printer Controller for information except network setup.

Network setup procedure

You can set up the KN-304 Network Board from the LCD panel by the following procedure for networking.

Press the [Scanner/Printer] button next to the LCD panel: the [Printer Mode Basic] windowthe LCD panel by the following procedure for networking. appears. Press the [SETTING] key on the

appears.

to the LCD panel: the [Printer Mode Basic] window appears. Press the [SETTING] key on the

Press the [SETTING] key on the LCD panel: the [Main Menu] window appears.the [Scanner/Printer] button next to the LCD panel: the [Printer Mode Basic] window appears. 2-2 KN-304

Basic] window appears. Press the [SETTING] key on the LCD panel: the [Main Menu] window appears.

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Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

Press the numeric key “1” to select [1. Setting].Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel The setup mode starts and the [Setting] menu

Panel Press the numeric key “1” to select [1. Setting]. The setup mode starts and the

The setup mode starts and the [Setting] menu appears.

Press the numeric key “1” to select [1. Network Setup].The setup mode starts and the [Setting] menu appears. Press the numeric key identifying the desired

Press the numeric key “1” to select [1. Network Setup]. Press the numeric key identifying the

Press the numeric key identifying the desired menu item displayed on the window and go on with the setup procedure.Press the numeric key “1” to select [1. Network Setup]. Press [Previous] to go back to

Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu window.

Press [Main] to return to the Printer Mode Basic window.

Press [Update NIC] on completion of setup.Press [Main] to return to the Printer Mode Basic window. If a password is already defined,

If a password is already defined, a prompt will urge you to enter the right password. Enter the right password. As a message appears to confirm if you really want to update NIC, select [Yes].

Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

You can change the password by selecting [3. Password Protection]. You can also disable the

password so that no password be used. No password is defined by default.

that no password be used. No password is defined by default. On completion of setup, turn

On completion of setup, turn off the main power of the Konica 7020 and wait for about 6

seconds. Then turn on power again, and the settings you have entered are effective.

(It may take 2-3 minutes after power-on until the KN-304 is ready to work.)

TCP/IP setup

TCP/IP must be set up to print peer-to-peer by Windows 95/98 or to print by lpd/lpr of Windows NT.

You select [1. TCP/IP Setup] from the [Network Setup] menu, and the [TCP/IP Setup] menu appears as shown below. Press the number key associated with the desired menu item. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu.

menu item. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu. 1. Set IP mode You

1. Set IP mode

You select the mode of assigning the IP address, dynamic by DHCP (Dynamic Configuration Protocol) or static (manual).

2. IP setup

You set up when the static mode of assigning the IP address is selected. You cannot select this option if “Enable DHCP” is selected.

3. LPD Banner Enable

To print by lpd/lpr, you designate whether to use LPD banner or not. The LPD banner is a piece of information on printout made by lpd/lpr, printed on a banner page. LPD banner is not used by default.

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Set IP mode

Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

Select [1. Choice of IP mode] from the TCP/IP Setup menu: the [DHCP Menu] window appears.

from the TCP/IP Setup menu: the [DHCP Menu] window appears. Select [1. Enable DHCP] to use

Select [1. Enable DHCP] to use DHCP and [2. Static IP Address] otherwise. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu.

IP setup

If you have selected [2.Static IP Address] in the DHCP Menu, it is needed to define an IP address, sub net mask and gateway and to enable the IP address defined.

As you select [2. IP Setup] in the TCP/IP Setup menu, the screen will appear as follows. You have to define all of the four items. Press the number key associated with the corresponding menu item and enter a value. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu.

the corresponding menu item and enter a value. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous

Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

1. IP address

Designate the IP address assigned to the KN-304 Network Board. The IP address is a set of

four numbers (0-255 each) delimited with a dot (.), like “192.168.0.10”. The mark “+” indicates

a digit which can be entered or changed. If a value you have entered is out of range, a

message will say “Illegal input, try this part again!” The default is “0.0.0.0”. Press [Previous] to

go back to the previous menu.

2. Subnet mask

Designate the subnet mask. The subnet mask is a set of four numbers (0-255 each) delimited with a dot (.), like “255.255.255.0”. The mark “+” indicates a digit which can be entered or changed. If a value you have entered is out of range, a message will say “Illegal input, try this part again!” The default is “0.0.0.0”. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu.

3. Gateway

Designate the IP address of the gateway; a set of four numbers (0-255 each) delimited with a dot (.), like “192.168.0.1”. The mark “+” indicates a digit which can be entered or changed. If

a value you have entered is out of range, a message will say “Illegal input, try this part again!” The default is “0.0.0.0”.

4. To enable the IP address defined

Select [1. Yes] to enable the IP address defined and [2. No] to disable. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu. The default choice is [1. Yes].

To use LPD banner

Select “3. To use LPD banner” from the TCP/IP Setup menu, and the following window appears.

the TCP/IP Setup menu, and the following window appears. Select [1. Yes] to print LPD banner

Select [1. Yes] to print LPD banner and [2. No] otherwise. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu. The default choice is [2. No].

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Setup for NetWare

Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

To set up for printing by NetWare, you select “2. NetWare Setup” from the Network Setup menu.

Select “2. NetWare Setup” from the Network Setup menu, and the NetWare Setup menu appears as shown below. Press the number key associated with the desired menu item. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu.

item. Press [Previous] to go back to the previous menu. ● Server name Define the name

Server name

Define the name of the NetWare print server given to the KN-304 Network Board. The default is “KON_nnnnnn (nnnnnn indicates its serial number)”.

Server password

Define the password of the NetWare print server. The default is void.

Queue Scan Rate

Enter a value, 1-255 (seconds), to designate the intervals in which the KN-304 Network Board looks for a new print queue. The default value is 1 (second).

Frame Type

Select one out of the following as the frame type used in the LAN. The default is [1. Auto].

1. Auto

2. Ethernet 802.3

3. Ethernet II

4. Ethernet SNAP

5. Ethernet 802.2

Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

Disable Bindery

You can enable/disable the Bindery Service of NetWare 4.x and up. Select Yes to enable and No otherwise. The default is No.

NDS Context

Designate the NDS context name (e.g. ou=standard.ou=organization_1).

NDS Tree

Designate the NDS tree name.

Defining the password

Select [3. Password Protection] from the [Network Setup] menu to define the password. If the password is already defined, you have to type the right password in the window where you are urged to do that, after pressing [Update NIC]. If you fail to respond with the right password (a number of 1-6 digits), you cannot change network settings.

number of 1-6 digits), you cannot change network settings. ● Defining/changing the password To define the

Defining/changing the password

To define the password for the first time, type the password following [New password:] (you cannot enter information following [Current password:]) and press the [Enter] button. Then type the same password following “Confirm password:” and press the [Enter] button.

To change the current password defined earlier, type the current password following [Current password:]and press the [Enter] button. Then type the new password following [New password:] and press the [Enter] button. Finally type again the new password following [Confirm password:] and press the [Enter] button.

Disabling the password

To disable use of the password, press the [Disable] button in the [Password Protection] window.

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Chapter 2 Setting up from the Control Panel

Confirming the current network setup information

You can look at the current network setup information displayed on the LCD screen and even printed out.

Displaying the network setup information

To look at the network setup information on the LCD screen, select [3. Detail Message] from the [Main menu] and press the [NIC] button.

Message] from the [Main menu] and press the [NIC] button. ● Printing the network setup information
Message] from the [Main menu] and press the [NIC] button. ● Printing the network setup information

Printing the network setup information

To have the network setup information printed out as status page, select [5. Test Print] - [2. NIC Configura- tion] from the [Setting] menu. See Printout of status page in Chapter 7, Troubleshooting, for an example of the printout of network setup information.

Chapter 3 Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/

98)

Basic TCP/IP setup

3-2

Use of IP Peer-to-Peer

3-3

Installing IP Peer-to-Peer

3-3

Setting IP Peer-to-Peer

3-3

Printer driver setup

3-5

Chapter 3 Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98)

In a LAN, which has no print server but consists only of Windows 95/98 computers, those computers and printers can be connected in the form called “peer-to-peer”.

As peer-to-peer printing uses the network protocol TCP/IP, the KN-304 Network Board must be set up for TCP/IP in advance. For each of the Windows 95/98 computers that perform peer-to-peer printing, it is needed to set up TCP/IP, install and set up [IP-P2P] included in the CD-ROM provided, and set up the printer driver.

Basic TCP/IP setup

Select [Network] from the [Control Panel] of a Windows 95/98 computer that uses the Konica 7020 printer via the KN-304 Network Board. Then the [Network] dialog box appears. Click the [Configuration] tab and make sure that [TCP/IP] exists in the list of Current Network Components. If it is not found, add TCP/IP. See Windows 95/98 Help or something else for how to add TCP/IP.

When [TCP/IP]exists in the [Current Network Components] list, make sure of the values of IP address, etc. Select [TCP/IP] and click the [Properties] button. The [TCP/IP Properties] dialog box appears. Click the [IP Address] tab and confirm or define the TCP/IP address and subnet mask assigned to the computer. Set up on another panel as necessary. Click the [OK] button to return to the Network dialog box.

Next, click the [Identification] tab in the [Network] dialog box and confirm the name given to the computer.

Click the [OK] button to finish the setup procedure.

Take care to determine the values of parameters. Consult the network administrator to determine the
Take care to determine the values of parameters.
Consult the network administrator to determine the values of parameters like the IP address. If
the IP address is inadequate, failures may occur in various locations in the network.

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Use of IP Peer-to-Peer

Chapter 3 Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98)

The program IP Peer-to-Peer contained in the CD-ROM provided is required to print out from a Windows 95/98 computer by TCP/IP.

Installing IP Peer-to-Peer

Click Setup.exe in the [IP-P2P] folder of the CD-ROM. The installer will start up. Install the program according to the instructions displayed on the screen.

Setting IP Peer-to-Peer

On completion of installation, select [Start] - [Programs] - [Ip-p2p] - [IP-P2P] to start up IP Peer-to-Peer.

- [Ip-p2p] - [IP-P2P] to start up IP Peer-to-Peer. Setting IP Peer-to-Peer Once IP Peer-to-Peer starts,

Setting IP Peer-to-Peer

Once IP Peer-to-Peer starts, the IP Peer-to-Peer Setup dialog box appears. In this screen, you define the Max Hops for, IP Port and Printer Names.

you define the Max Hops for, IP Port and Printer Names. Max Hops for IP Peer-to-Peer

Max Hops for

IP Peer-to-Peer broadcasts to search the printer on the network.

The dafault of Max Hops for (0-15) is 2. When the value is set to 0, search will be exercised only in the segment to which the computer that has activated IP Peer-to-Peer belongs. When the value is 2, the network will be searched everywhere accessible via up to two routers. Note that the greater the value of Maximum Hop Count, the more traffics generated.

Chapter 3 Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98)

[IP Port]

The KN-304 Network Board has a definite port number assigned. The default is 10000 and you can change the value as necessary. It is required that the port number assigned to the KN-304 must be used for IP Peer-to-Peer.

Printer Names

You designate the printer name indicated when you select the printer port during printer driver setup. You may use the serial number of the KN-304, IP address, DNS name or anything else as the printer name.

IP address, DNS name or anything else as the printer name. Adding a printer Click the

Adding a printer

Click the [Printers] button in the [IP Peer-to-Peer Setup], and the Printers dialog box appears. Enter required information and click the [Add] button. Now the new printer is added to the list of [Available Printers]. To delete one out of the printer list, select it and click the Delete button.

of the printer list, select it and click the Delete button. [IP Address] Enter the IP

[IP Address]

Enter the IP address assigned to the printer.

[Name]

Enter the printer name indicated when you select the printer port during printer driver setup.

[Port]

The port number indicated is the base port number plus one. Do not change this value unless necessary.

[Description]

Enter a character string of description, which will be displayed after the port number when you select the printer port during printer driver setup.

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Printer driver setup

Chapter 3 Peer-to-Peer Printing (Windows 95/98)

On completion of printer driver setup, you install the printer driver (Konica IP-011 Nozomi) by using Konica IP-011 Nozomi Setup. The printer driver is comtained in the CD-ROM provided with the Konica IP-011.

The setup program allows to install not only the printer driver but the Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tools and Readme.txt. Use the Printer Tools from a computer connected in parallel with the printer. The Printer Tools cannot be used when connection is made by TCP/IP.

For more detail of the printer driver, refer to the instruction manual of the Konica IP-011 Printer Controller.

The procedure of printer driver installation is as follows.

Set the CD-ROM containing the printer driver in the CD-ROM drive.The procedure of printer driver installation is as follows. Double-click [Setup.exe] in the [nozomi] folder to

Double-click [Setup.exe] in the [nozomi] folder to start the installer.CD-ROM containing the printer driver in the CD-ROM drive. When the startup screen of the installer

When the startup screen of the installer has appeared, click the Next button.[Setup.exe] in the [nozomi] folder to start the installer. The [Software License Agreement] screen appears. Click

The [Software License Agreement] screen appears. Click [Yes] if you agree.screen of the installer has appeared, click the Next button. Designate the form of printer connection.

Designate the form of printer connection. Here you select [Local] and click the [Next button].License Agreement] screen appears. Click [Yes] if you agree. Designate the printer port. Here you select

Designate the printer port. Here you select the printer name defined for IP Peer-to-Peer andHere you select [Local] and click the [Next button]. click the Next button. Designate the printer

click the Next button.

Designate the printer name and click the [Next] button.name defined for IP Peer-to-Peer and click the Next button. The folder where the printer driver

The folder where the printer driver is to be installed is indicated. You may change the folder asDesignate the printer name and click the [Next] button. necessary. Click the Next button. Designate the

necessary. Click the Next button.

Designate the components to be installed. The [Konica IP-011 Nozomi driver] must be in-may change the folder as necessary. Click the Next button. cluded. Click the [Next] button. If

cluded. Click the [Next] button.

If the [Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tools] is included in the components to be installed, aNozomi driver] must be in- cluded. Click the [Next] button. prompt will ask you saying [Do

prompt will ask you saying [Do you Start Status Monitor automatically?] Click Yes to select

automatic startup and No otherwise.

Confirm the list of the components to be installed. Click the [Next] button.Click Yes to select automatic startup and No otherwise. Installation starts actually with the required files

Installation starts actually with the required files copied.of the components to be installed. Click the [Next] button. On completion of installation, a prompt

On completion of installation, a prompt asks you whether to restart Windows immediately orInstallation starts actually with the required files copied. not. You may select No as restarting is

not. You may select No as restarting is not necessary. Click the [Finish] button finally.

To enable the Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tool, you have to restart the system.
To enable the Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tool, you have to restart the system.

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Basic TCP/IP setup

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lpd/lpr setup

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Installing Microsoft TCP/IP Print Service

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Printer Driver Setup from Client

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Chapter 4 Printing by lpd/lpr (Windows NT)

The KN-304 Network Board is provided with the standard print server protocol (lpd) for TCP/IP. So, you can use TCP/IP print service (lpr) from a computer of Windows NT 4.0 and up (hereafter noted as Windows NT).

The network protocol used for printing by lpd/lpr is TCP/IP and therefore the KN-304 Network Board must be set up for TCP/IP in advance.

For each of the Windows NT computers that perform printing by lpd/lpr, it is needed to set up TCP/IP, Microsoft TCP/IP printing and printer driver.

Basic TCP/IP setup

Select [Network] from the [Control Panel] of a Windows NT computer that uses a printer via the KN-304 Network Board. Then the [Network] dialog box appears. Click the [Configuration] tab and make sure that [TCP/IP Protocol] exists in the list of Network Protocols. If it is not found, add TCP/IP. See Windows NT Help or something else for how to add TCP/IP.

When “TCP/IP” exists in the [Network Protocols] list, make sure of the values of IP address, etc. Select [TCP/IP] and click the Properties button. The [Microsoft TCP/IP Properties] dialog box appears. Click the [IP Address] tab and confirm or define the TCP/IP address and subnet mask assigned to the computer. Set up on another panel as necessary. Click the [OK] button to return to the [Network] dialog box.

Next, click the [Identification] tab in the [Network] dialog box and confirm the name given to the computer.

Click the [OK] button to finish the setup procedure.

Take care to determine the values of parameters. Consult the network administrator to determine the
Take care to determine the values of parameters.
Consult the network administrator to determine the values of parameters like the IP address. If
the IP address is inadequate, failures may occur in various locations in the network.

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Installing Microsoft TCP/IP Print Service

Chapter 4 Printing by lpd/lpr (Windows NT)

Select [Network] from the [Control Panel] of a Windows NT computer, and the [Network] dialog box ap- pears. Click the [Services] tab and make sure that [Microsoft TCP/IP Printing] exists in the list of Network Services. If it is not found, add TCP/IP. See Windows NT Help or something else for how to add TCP/IP Printing service.

Adding a printer port and installing the printer driver

On completion of installing Microsoft TCP/IP Print Service, you add a printer port and install the printer driver [Konica IP-011 Nozomi] by using the [Add Printer] feature of Windows NT. The CD-ROM containing the printer driver must be prepared.

For more detail of the printer driver, refer to the instruction manual of the Konica IP-011 Printer Controller. See the following section, Printer Driver Setup from Client, for setup to use as a client the KONICA 7020 that is set up as a printer shared by Windows computers on the network.

The procedure of adding a printer port and installing the printer driver is as follows.

Click the [Start] button and select [Printers] from [Settings].port and installing the printer driver is as follows. Double-click [Add Printer] to activate [Add Printer

Double-click [Add Printer] to activate [Add Printer wizard].the [Start] button and select [Printers] from [Settings]. Select [My Computer] and click [Next]. Click the

Select [My Computer] and click [Next].Double-click [Add Printer] to activate [Add Printer wizard]. Click the [Add Port] button. Select [LPR Port]

Click the [Add Port] button.[Add Printer wizard]. Select [My Computer] and click [Next]. Select [LPR Port] from [Available Printer Ports]

Select [LPR Port] from [Available Printer Ports] in the [Printer Ports] dialog box. Click the[My Computer] and click [Next]. Click the [Add Port] button. [New Port] button. Type the IP

[New Port] button.

Type the IP address assigned to the KN-304 Network Board for [Name or Address of Serverthe [Printer Ports] dialog box. Click the [New Port] button. providing lpd] in the [Add LPR-Compatible

providing lpd] in the [Add LPR-Compatible Printer] dialog box.

Type [PORT1] for [Server Printer Name or Printer Cue Name], and click the OK button.lpd] in the [Add LPR-Compatible Printer] dialog box. Close the [Printer Ports] dialog box. Click [Next]

Close the [Printer Ports] dialog box.Printer Name or Printer Cue Name], and click the OK button. Click [Next] of the [Add

Click [Next] of the [Add Printer wizard], and you come to the step of installing the printer driver.click the OK button. Close the [Printer Ports] dialog box. You select the printer manufacturer and

You select the printer manufacturer and model on the window displayed.

Set the CD-ROM containing the printer driver in the CD-ROM drive and click the [Have Disk ]the printer manufacturer and model on the window displayed. button. The [Install from Disk] dialog box

button. The [Install from Disk] dialog box appears.

Chapter 4 Printing by lpd/lpr (Windows NT)

Designate the CD-ROM drive as [Copy manufacturer’s files from] and click the [BrowseChapter 4 Printing by lpd/lpr (Windows NT) button. ] Open the [Ntnozomi] folder in the [Locate]

button.

]

Open the [Ntnozomi] folder in the [Locate] dialog box and click the [Open] button.manufacturer’s files from] and click the [Browse button. ] Select [oemsetup] and click the [Open] button.

Select [oemsetup] and click the [Open] button.in the [Locate] dialog box and click the [Open] button. Click the [OK] button in the

Click the [OK] button in the [Install from Disk] dialog box.button. Select [oemsetup] and click the [Open] button. Click the [Next] button of the [Add Printer

Click the [Next] button of the [Add Printer wizard].Click the [OK] button in the [Install from Disk] dialog box. Enter [Printer Name] as necessary

Enter [Printer Name] as necessary and click the [Next] button.box. Click the [Next] button of the [Add Printer wizard]. Designate whether or not to share

Designate whether or not to share the printer with other network computers. If shared, enter[Printer Name] as necessary and click the [Next] button. an adequate shared printer name. A prompt

an adequate shared printer name.

A prompt asks you saying [Print Test Page?] Select [Yes] to print a test page and [No] other-computers. If shared, enter an adequate shared printer name. wise, and then click the [Finish] button.

wise, and then click the [Finish] button. Now the printer driver is copied and the printer added.

A test page will be printed out if so designated.

Printer Driver Setup from Client

When the printer connected for Microsoft TCP/IP Print Service is set up as a shared printer, a Windows computer set up as a Microsoft network client can be connected to the printer.

To use a shared printer, each client should install the printer driver (Konica IP-011 Nozomi) and, for this purpose, use [setup.exe] held in the [95 nozomi] or [Ntnozomi] folder. The setup program allows to install not only the printer driver but the Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tools and Readme.txt. Use the Printer Tools from a computer connected in parallel with the printer. The Printer Tools cannot be used when connection is made by TCP/IP.

For more detail of the printer driver, refer to the instruction manual of the Konica IP-011 Printer Controller.

Set the CD-ROM containing the printer driver in the CD-ROM drive.instruction manual of the Konica IP-011 Printer Controller. Double-click [Setup.exe] in the [95nozomi] folder if the

Double-click [Setup.exe] in the [95nozomi] folder if the client’s OS is Windows 95/98, or in theCD-ROM containing the printer driver in the CD-ROM drive. [Ntnozomi] folder if the OS is Windows

[Ntnozomi] folder if the OS is Windows NT, to start the installer.

When the startup screen of the installer has appeared, click the [Next] button.folder if the OS is Windows NT, to start the installer. The [Software License Agreement] screen

The [Software License Agreement] screen appears. Click [Yes] if you agree.the installer. When the startup screen of the installer has appeared, click the [Next] button. 4-4

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Chapter 4 Printing by lpd/lpr (Windows NT)

Select [Network] as the form of printer connection and click the [Next] button.Chapter 4 Printing by lpd/lpr (Windows NT) Designate the Network Board in the form of “\\computer

Designate the Network Board in the form of “\\computer name\ shared printer name”. Alterna-the form of printer connection and click the [Next] button. button and look for the printer

button and look for the printer from the Printer Reference

tively, click the the Reference window. Click the Next button.

Designate the printer name and click the [Next] button.click the the Reference window. Click the Next button. The folder where the printer driver is

The folder where the printer driver is to be installed is indicated. You may change the folder as necessary. Click the [Next] button.Designate the printer name and click the [Next] button. Designate the components to be installed. The

Designate the components to be installed. The [Konica IP-011 Nozomi driver] must be in- cluded. Click the [Next] button. cluded. Click the [Next] button.

If the [Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tools] is included in the components to be installed, a prompt will ask you saying “Start up Status Monitor automatically?” Click [Yes] to select automatic prompt will ask you saying “Start up Status Monitor automatically?” Click [Yes] to select automatic startup and No otherwise.

Confirm the list of the components to be installed. Click the [Next] button.Click [Yes] to select automatic startup and No otherwise. Installation starts actually with the required files

Installation starts actually with the required files copied.of the components to be installed. Click the [Next] button. On completion of installation, a prompt

On completion of installation, a prompt asks you whether to restart Windows immediately or not. You may select No as restarting is not necessary. Click the [Finish] button finally.Installation starts actually with the required files copied. To enable the Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tool,

To enable the Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tool, you have to restart the system.
To enable the Konica IP-011 Nozomi Printer Tool, you have to restart the system.

Chapter 5 NetWare Setup

Setup for NetWare 2.x/3.x

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Setup for NetWare 4.x

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Setup information

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NDS setup

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Setup for Bindery Emulation

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Chapter 5 NetWare Setup

To print with the Konica 7020 fitted with the KN-304 Network Board by using Novell NetWare, the setup procedures depend on the NetWare version and the method of resource management.

Setup for NetWare 2.x/3.x

Before setting up NetWare, you have to define the print server name, etc., from the 7020’s control panel or MAP (Web utility). See Chapter 6, Setup Utility MAP, for setting up NetWare by MAP. See the manual of Novell NetWare for setting up with PCONSOLE.

The setup procedure of NetWare 2.x/3.x is as follows. To perform this procedure, you must be autorized as supervisor.

Start up PCONSOLE and select the file server to use.perform this procedure, you must be autorized as supervisor. Generate and assign a print queue. Define

Generate and assign a print queue.Start up PCONSOLE and select the file server to use. Define KN-304 as the print server.

Define KN-304 as the print server.the file server to use. Generate and assign a print queue. Define the notification list/password as

Define the notification list/password as necessary.and assign a print queue. Define KN-304 as the print server. Set up the primary file

Set up the primary file server as necessary.server. Define the notification list/password as necessary. On completion of setup, turn off printer’s main power

On completion of setup, turn off printer’s main power and turn it on again. The printer will print out a network setup list indicating the file servers fitted with KN-304 and the queues that the file servers will service.

MEMOMEMO The primary file sever must be defined if the network is of a large
MEMOMEMO
The primary file sever must be defined if the network is of a large scale and connects many sites
having more than one file server. PCONSOLE should be used to set up the primary file sever.

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Setup for NetWare 4.x

Chapter 5 NetWare Setup

Novell NetWare 4.x can operate in two modes, NetWare Directory Service (NDS) and Bindery Emulation Service (Bindery Emulation). Bindery Emulation Service and NDS will be executed simultaneously. It is also possible to set up the print server so that it operates only in Bindery Emulation Service mode or in NDS mode.

The print server set up for NDS mode will also service the file server of an old version operating in Bindery mode.

If NDS is not set up properly for the print server card and Bindery Service
If NDS is not set up properly for the print server card and Bindery Service mode is not operating,
the print server card cannot find the file server and Novell NetWare protocol will be indicated as
inactive in the network setup list.

Setup information

NDS

NetWare Directory Service (NDS) offers a different, more advanced approach to network management than previous NetWare versions. Generally, it stores and tracks all network objects. As a rule, all 4.x servers must have NDS loaded in order to function. In this way, every NetWare 4.x server is a Directory server, because it services named Directory objects such as printers, print server and print queues. With the appropriate privileges, you can create a print server object, which, once configured in its context (or location) on the network, eliminates the cumbersome setup of print servers on every network server. NDS provides true enterprise networking based on a shared network database rather than a individually defined physical sites. The result is greatly improved print server setup and management.

Bindery emulation

The Directory Information Base (DIB) is used to store information about servers and services, users, printers, gateways, etc. It is a distributed database, allowing access to data anywhere on the network wherever it is stored. Pre-4.x NetWare versions provide the same data found in the DIB but thte data is stored in the NetWare Binery. The DIB was designed with more flexible access, more specific security, and, since it is distributed, it was designed to be parti- tioned.

The Directory uses an object-oriented structure, rather than the flat-file structure of the Bind- ery, and offers network-oriented access, rather than server-oriented access found in the Bind- ery.

Chapter 5 NetWare Setup

The Directory is backward-compatible with the NetWare Bindery through Bindery emulation mode. Section 4.3 describes Print Server Operation with a 4.x NetWare system in bindery emulation mode. When Bindery emulation is enabled, Directory Services will accept Bindery requests and respond just as if a Bindery existed on the NetWare server being accessed. Be aware that information obtained from the Bindery query may not be stored in the server since the Directory is a partitioned and distributed database. Even though the NetWare 4.x server is not operating from a Bindery, the applications making Bindery requests will not know the difference.

NDS setup

Web utility

This is used for context setup of the KN-304 print server. See “Chapter 6, Setup Utility MAP”, for more detail.

Novell NWADMIN

Novell NWADMIN (NetWare Administration) is used to generate a directory tree and print queue objects in the print server, printer and tree.

The KN-304 is provided with a plug-and-play feature to support NetWare administration utility (NWADMIN) that enables the NDS administrator to perform centralized management of print servers.

Refer to the Novell NetWare manual for details of Setup with NWADMIN.

PCONSOLE

NetWare allows of the use of PCONSOLE as an alternative of NWADMIN. PCONSOLE is used to set up static information of print servers, like which of the queues to service, to whom information is to be given in case of trouble.

Refer to the Novell NetWare manual for details of setup with PCONSOLE of NDS.

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Setup for Bindery Emulation

Make sure of the Bindery Context.

Chapter 5 NetWare Setup

Before connecting the KN-304 print server to the Novell NetWare 4.x server of bindery mode, make sure that the NetWare server contains the bindery context.

If the bindery context does not exist, the network administrator should modify the AUTOEXEC.NCF file to add an adequate SET command and restart the NetWare server or enter a SET command from the console prompt to make changes.

Note that any command entered following the console prompt is effective immediately but the definition
Note that any command entered following the console prompt is effective immediately but the
definition of the autoexec file becomes effective only after turning off power and on again.

Perform the following procedure to check if the contains the bindery context.

Log-in to the file server by the name of ADMIN.procedure to check if the contains the bindery context. Respond to the MS-DOS prompt with TYPE

Respond to the MS-DOS prompt with TYPE Z:\SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF.context. Log-in to the file server by the name of ADMIN. When the file contents are

When the file contents are displayed, see if a line exists that is something as follows.to the MS-DOS prompt with TYPE Z:\SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF. SET BINDERY CONTEXT=0=<Name> =0= denotes the file

SET BINDERY CONTEXT=0=<Name>

=0= denotes the file server context. Use the actual file server context. <Name> identifies the server context and can be found when PCONSOLE is activated as it is indicated at top left in the Available Items menu window.

If no name is defined, the KN-304 does not work. A name must be defined first of all. For thisis indicated at top left in the Available Items menu window. purpose, terminate PCONSOLE and add

purpose, terminate PCONSOLE and add the following line in the AUTOEXEC file by using a

text editor.

SET BINDERY CONTEXT=0=KONICA_CORP

After adding the line, turn off power and restart the server. Now the modification is effective.by using a text editor. SET BINDERY CONTEXT=0=KONICA_CORP Alternatively, the network administrator can enter a SET

Alternatively, the network administrator can enter a SET command from the console prompt

to make immediate modifications. At this time, all modifications are lost once the server is

turned off and restarted.

Note that any command following the console prompt is effective immediately but the definition of
Note that any command following the console prompt is effective immediately but the definition
of the autoexec file becomes effective only after the system is restarted after turning off power.

Chapter 5 NetWare Setup

Setup with PCONSOLE in bindery mode

If it is sure that the bindery context exists in the file server, you set up the KN-304 with PCONSOLE.

Refer to the Novell NetWare manual for details of setup with PCONSOLE.

In Bindery mode, only upper-case letters are valid for the printer server password.
In Bindery mode, only upper-case letters are valid for the printer server password.

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Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

MAP (Management Access Program) overview

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Requirements for installation

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Installing MAP

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MAP setup

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Web utility

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Choice of printer

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TCP/IP setup

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NetWare setup

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Setup/indications - other

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Restarting the network card

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Restoring the default values

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Confirming the settings

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Network address

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Changing the password

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Test printer

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Configure Status Page

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Printer status

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Unit Info information

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Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

MAP (Management Access Program) overview

It is possible to change printer settings through access to the HTTP server, incorporating a Web utility, mounted on the KN-304 Network Board. The CD-ROM provided contains a utility named MAP. MAP allows to detect KN-304 Network Boards on the network and list them up by using a Web browser. You can select one out of the list of the KN-304s to change its settings and operate the Web utility from the Web browser.

Requirements for installation

MAP is a utility operating on Windows 95/98/NT/2000. It detects KN-304s existing in the network and establishes connection with the HTTP server mounted on a KN-304. One of the following Web browsers is needed for interface as MAP does not have a means of interface.

Netscape Navigator (version 4.x and up)

Internet Explorer (version 4.x and up)

Therefore TCP/IP must be set up for both the KN-304 and Windows computer. The IPX protocol must also be set up to search KN-304s that use IPX.

Installing MAP

Install MAP by the following procedure.

Set the CD-ROM provided in the CD-ROM drive and double-click [Setup.exe] in the [Map]● Installing MAP Install MAP by the following procedure. folder. The setup program starts. Confirm the

folder.

The setup program starts. Confirm the information displayed and click the [Next] button.drive and double-click [Setup.exe] in the [Map] folder. Confirm the folder in which MAP is to

Confirm the folder in which MAP is to be installed. The default is C:\Program Files\MAP. Clickthe information displayed and click the [Next] button. the [Next] button, and installation will proceed with

the [Next] button, and installation will proceed with the associated files copied.

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Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

The MAP setup program installs two programs, MAP Setup and MAP. MAP Setup is the program used to set up the environment for MAP to detect KN-304. Execute MAP Setup first.

To start MAP Setup, select [Start] - [Programs] - [Map] - [MAP Setup]. Once MAP Setup starts, the following window appears.

Setup]. Once MAP Setup starts, the following window appears. In MAP setup, the protocol used by

In MAP setup, the protocol used by the KN-304 detected on startup of MAP, and the IP maximum hop count, should be designated. To detect the KN-304 that uses IPX, check the “Search IPX printer” box. To detect the KN-304 that uses IP, check the “Search IP printer” box.

To use IP as the network protocol, the Max Hops for IP Search should be designated. The default of Max Hops for IP Search (0-15) is 2. When the value is set at 0, search will be exercised only in the segment to which the computer that has activated MAP belongs. When the value is 2, the network will be searched everywhere accessible via up to two routers. Note that the greater the value of maximum hop count, the more traffics generated.

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Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

Web utility

Select [Start] - [Program] - [Map] - [MAP] to start up MAP. On starting, MAP looks for KN-304s on the network according to the contents of MAP setup. When KN-304s are found, the available KN-304s are listed in the window of the Web browser selected as the standard browser.

window of the Web browser selected as the standard browser. ● Choice of printer You select

Choice of printer

You select the printer to be set up out of the list of printers by using the Web utility. [Network Administration menu] appears.

System

Protocols

Others

Reset

Setup NetWare

Test Printer

Factory Defaults

Setup TCP/IP

Configure Status Page

Unit Status Network Address Change Password

Setup IPP

Printer Status

Address Change Password Setup IPP Printer Status If you want to change the language currently used,

If you want to change the language currently used, perform the following procedure.

[Procedure of selecting language]

1)Add “/local” to the URL of the Web browser on the main screen, and press Enter.

Example: http://10.12.10.19/local

The window to select a language appears.

2)Click the language you want.

The language you have selected is used on the screen.

3) Click Home.

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Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

Select [SetupTCP/IP] from [Protocols] of the [Network Administration menu]● TCP/IP setup Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP Set the parameters as necessary. Enable TCP/IP Check

Set the parameters as necessary.from [Protocols] of the [Network Administration menu] Enable TCP/IP Check this box to allow the KN-304

Enable TCP/IP

Check this box to allow the KN-304 to automatically get the IP address from the DHCP server. When this box is checked, define the IP address as “0.0.0.0” and remove the check mark in the “Set IP address” box.

IP address

Enter the print server’s IP address if it is not shown. Consult the system administrator for the value of IP address.

Subnet mask

Enter the sub net mask if it is not shown.

Default Gateway

Enter as necessary. You may leave it void unless necessary.

Base Port Number

Enter the base port number assigned to the print server. The default is 10000. The base port number is used in IP peer-to-peer setup.

Enable DHCP

Check this box to allow the KN-304 to automatically get the IP address from the DHCP server. When this box is checked, define the IP address as "0.0.0.0" or clear the "IP Address in NVRAM" box.

IP Address in NVRAM

Check this box to allow the KN-304 to keep the IP address in NVRAM for access after then.

Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

NetBIOS Name

Define the NetBIOS name. The default is KON-(serial number).

Primary NetBIOS Name Server

The IP address of the primary NetBIOS name server can be entered/displayed.

Secondary NetBIOS Name Server

The IP address of the secondary NetBIOS name server can be entered/displayed.

Primary Server Registration

If the primary server is defined, a message appears.

Secondary Server Registration

If the secondary server is defined, a message appears.

Enable LPD banner

Check this box to allow the printer to print the LPD banner page in every print job (only in lpd/ lpr printing).

If the password is not yet entered, you have to enter the password to enter or change settings. Initially the password is defined as “sysadm”.

Initially the password is defined as “sysadm”. On completion of entry, click [Accept Settings]. Now the

On completion of entry, click [Accept Settings]. Now the values entered are effective. To

restore the original values, click [Clear Input].

To enable the KN-304's new parameter values for the IP-011 printer controller, turn on and
To enable the KN-304's new parameter values for the IP-011 printer controller, turn on and off
power of the 7020.

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NetWare setup

Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

Select [Setup NetWare] from [Protocols] of the [Network Administration menu]● NetWare setup Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP Set the parameters as necessary. Enable Network Check

Set the parameters as necessary.from [Protocols] of the [Network Administration menu] Enable Network Check this box to enable Novell NetWare

Enable Network

Check this box to enable Novell NetWare (IPX/SPX) as the print server protocol. Click and cross out the check mark unless the primary protocol of the print server is Novell NetWare. This box is not checked by default.

Print Server Name

Every Novell print server has its own name assigned. The default name of the KN-304 print server is “KON_(serial number)”. The serial number is shown on the label placed on the KN- 304 Network Board.

If you want to change the current print server name whether it is default or not, enter the new name of up to 63 (1-byte) characters in this field. The same name must be registered for PCONSOLE: otherwise the new name is invalid.

Print Server Password

The network administrator assigns a password to the Novell print server. If the password has been assigned through NetWare PCONSOLE or NWADMIN, the password must be set in the print server. Only upper-case letters are valid for the print server password if used in bindery mode.

Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

The password entered in this field must be the same as that assigned through NetWare PCONSOLE or NWADMIN. The password typed is saved in the print server setup memory. See the Novell manual for assigning passwords to print servers by PCONSOLE.

When entering a print server password, you type the password in the filed of [Print Server Password] and type the same password again in the field of [Retype Password]. The pass- word is common to all file serves assigned to the print server.

If you click the Save button when the values entered in the fields of [Print Server Password] and [Retype Password] are not the same, the information entered is not effective.

Retype Password

Type the password again for confirmation.

Preferred File Server

Enter the print server’s primary file server name in this field. The primary file server is that to which you want the print server to be connected first. When file servers are searched, a server you don’t want may be found. This feature allows connecting to the desired server.

Preferred NDS Context

The user of Novell NetWare 4.x Directory Service should enter a preference NDS context. The preference NDS context, with or without type, must be a complete context name. The context path must not be preceded with a period (.). It is not necessary to enter the container name (print server name) as it is in the name field. An example of context with type is as follows.

Complete context

o=standard.ou=organization_1

Or,

standard.organization_1

Context name

(Konica)

Consult the system administrator if you have any question.

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Preferred NDS Tree

Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

For Novell NetWare 4.x Directory Service, enter the preference tree in this field. If you don’t know the tree, type “WHOAMI” on the MS-DOS command line and press the Enter key.

Print Queue Scan Rate

This option allows adjusting the polling intervals in which the KN-304 print server polls the network to find a new print queue. The permissible range is 1-255 seconds.

Ethernet Frame Type

This option allows selecting the frame type suitable for the network. If you select “Auto- Sense”, the frame type will be selected automatically. Click the radio button of the frame type of the network or of “Auto-Sense”.

Disable Bindery

Click this check box to enable/disable the Bindery Service of NetWare 4.x and up. Check off the box to disable bindery. When disabled, the print server does not support the print servers connected to the bindery file server.

If the password is not yet entered, you have to enter the password to enter or change settings. Initially the password is defined as “sysadm”.

Initially the password is defined as “sysadm”. On completion of entry, click [Accept Settings]. Now the

On completion of entry, click [Accept Settings]. Now the values entered are effective. To

restore the original values, click [Clear Input].

To enable the KN-304's new parameter values for the IP-011 printer controller, turn on and
To enable the KN-304's new parameter values for the IP-011 printer controller, turn on and off
power of the 7020.

Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

Setup/indications - other

Restarting the network card

Select [Reset] from [System] of the Network Administration menu.Setup/indications - other ● Restarting the network card Enter the password (default is "sysadm") and click

Enter the password (default is "sysadm") and click [Reset Unit].[Reset] from [System] of the Network Administration menu. Restarting will be completed in about 2 minutes.

Restarting will be completed in about 2 minutes. On completion of restarting, the newly defined parameter values are effective.

To enable the KN-304's new parameter values for the IP-011 printer controller, turn on and
To enable the KN-304's new parameter values for the IP-011 printer controller, turn on and off
power of the 7020 after restarting.

Restoring the default values

Select [Factory Defaults] from [System] of the Network Administration menu.the 7020 after restarting. ● Restoring the default values Enter the password (default is "sysadm") and

Enter the password (default is "sysadm") and click [Factory Defaults].Defaults] from [System] of the Network Administration menu. The KN-304's parameters will be reset to the

The KN-304's parameters will be reset to the default values.

Note that the values you have set are lost after the parameters are reset to
Note that the values you have set are lost after the parameters are reset to the default values.
lost after the parameters are reset to the default values. This feature allows restoring the default
This feature allows restoring the default settings, facilitating to redefine the parameters. This may be
This feature allows restoring the default settings, facilitating to redefine the parameters. This
may be convenient when you move the printer or correct inadequate settings.
• The default settings and the values you have set are ineffective until you restart
• The default settings and the values you have set are ineffective until you restart (reset) the
network.
• To enable the KN-304's new parameter values for the IP-011 printer controller, turn on and off
power of the 7020 after restarting.

Confirming the settings

Select [Unit Status] from [System] of the [Network Administration menu].

The protocols and the status of enabled/disabled will be indicated.

and the status of enabled/disabled will be indicated. To change settings, select Protocol Setup from Protocols.
To change settings, select Protocol Setup from Protocols.
To change settings, select Protocol Setup from Protocols.

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Network address

Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

Select [Network Address] from [System] of the [Network Administration menu].

The serial number and MAC address will be indicated.

Changing the password

Select [Change Password] from [System] of the [Network Administration menu].

You can change the password. The default (defined at shipment time) is "sysadm".

Test printer

Printer test will be sent to the printer. Enter the password (default is “sysadm”) and click [Start Test].

Configure Status Page

You select whether or not network environment information should be printed out at printer power-on time or restarting of the KN-304. • If you check [Status Page on Startup], it will be printed when the KN-304’s startup is com- pleted at power-on time. • “Execute Immediately” button: Click this button to print out the environment information immediately. After selecting, enter the password and click the Set button. Now the new settings are effec- tive. To cancel the new settings and restore the previous ones, click the Clear button.

Printer status

The current printer status will be indicated.

(Example)

Ready

Off line

Warming Up

Self Test

Resetting

Toner Low

Printing

No Error

Idle

Waiting

Energy Saving

Chapter 6 Setup Utility MAP

Unit Info information 5

The ROM version, etc., will be indicated.

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Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

LED Status Indicator

7-2

Status Page

7-3

Resetting the KN-304 Factory Default

7-5

How to Diagnose Problems

7-6

Troubleshooting Network Hardware Connections

7-7

Troubleshooting NetWare Protocol

7-7

NetWare Checklist

7-7

File Server Checklist

7-8

Workstation Checklist

7-8

Print Server Card Configuration Checklist

7-8

Printer Server/File Server/Printer Checklist

7-9

Workstation to Print Server Card

Connection Checklist

7-9

KN-304 Loses Its File Server Connection

7-9

Unable to Print from a Different Context

7-10

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

LED Status Indicator

The KN-304 has two LED status indicators: amber and green. The amber LED generally indicates job

activity; it flashes when a print job is being communicated to the Print Server Card; it is off when no activity

is occurring.

The green LED indicates the operating condition of the KN-304 when it is powered on during normal opera-

tion. The following table provides the conditions that this LED may indicate.

LED Patterns

And the printer is

THEN THE KN-304

Operating

Condition

Green LED is ON solid.

First powered on.

Is performing self-tests.

Normal

Awaiting print jobs.

Is functioning properly.

Normal

Green LED - blinks 3 times and stays on.

Finished with self-tests.

Prints out status report

Normal

Green LED blinks rapidly.

Performing self-tests.

Detects bad RAM chip.

Error

Green LED blinks rapidly 4 Times then pauses.

Performing self-tests.

Failed the Ethernet hardware self-test. Check the network.

Error

Amber LED blinks short foR 10 seconds. Amber LED goes off and the Green LED blinks continuously.

Performing flash

Did not pass the check-sum test. Unit automatically goes into download mode and awaits flash update.

Error

memory self-tests

Green LED blinks slowly.

Awaiting print jobs sometime after power- on completes.

Some printer interface error.

Error

Green LED blinks rapidly.

Awaiting print jobs.

Has lost its NetWare connection to file server.

Error

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Status Page

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

The Status page is sent as a print job to the printer when the KN-304 is powered on. For example, the report on the next page shows the configuration of the KN-304 immediately before the report is printed. Konica 7020 printer also allows you to use a command from the LCD panel that will produce a status report.

it is strongly recommended that you review this report immediately after installation and any time the setup has been changed. If the report does not include a protocol that was configured, check that the procedure was done properly.

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

An example of network setup list

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Unit Serial No: 995289 Network Address: 00:40:af:78:d9:b8 Network Topology: Ethernet Network Speed: 100 Megabits Novell Network Information

Version: 09.00

Connector: RJ45

enabled

Print Server Name: KON_260121 Password Defined: no Preferred File Server not defined Directory Services Context not defined Frame Type: 802.2 On 802.3

Peer-to-Peer Information

enabled

Frame Type: 802.2 On 802.3 Network ID: 0 TCP/IP Network Information Frame Type: Ethernet II Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 IPP Network Information

enabled Protocol Address: 192.102.51.100 Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0 enabled

Internet Printing Protocol

http://192.102.51.100:631/Print

AppleTalk Network Information

enabled

Frame Type: 802.2 SNAP On 802.3 Preferred AppleTalk Zone: *

Default Zone

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Novell Connection Information Printer Name: Printer 0 File Server: PS280 Queue: 3500_NIC No Notify Defined File Server: 55SX Queue: 3500_NIC

Notify (Job Owner) Peer-to-Peer Connection Information Printer Name: KON_260121 AppleTalk Connection Information

AppleTalk Printer Name: KON_260121 TCP/IP Connection Information Port Number : 10001

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Priority: 1 Attached: Yes

Priority: 1 Attached: Yes First: 60 Repeat: 60

The KN-304 does not support Apple Talk
The KN-304 does not support Apple Talk

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Resetting the KN-304 Factory Default

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

You can cause the KN-304 to restore all parameters to factory default values, so the Print Server Card appears just as it came from the factory. You may choose to do this when the Print Server Card is moved to a new location where the environment (NetWare file servers, IP subnets, and so on) is different.

This process is called “Reset to Factory”. It can be done with MAP or a Web Browser. However, if network access is not possible, the following method may be used.

Note: Resetting to factory default means that the print server loses all data such as names and IP ad- dresses. It does not lose its serial number or MAC address.

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

How to Diagnose Problems

Use the following list to determine the cause of printing problems:

1.

Verify that the printer is functioning properly.

Is the printer printing? Make sure the printer is operating properly by causing it to generate a test page. See your printer’s owner’s manual for instructions on generating a test page.

Is the printer on-line (green LED should light)*? Verify that the printer is on-line or else nothing will print. *Status at about 2 minutes after power-on.

Does the LCD panel of Konica 7020 display an error message? Review Konica 7020 manual.

Did you get a KN-304 status page? On power-up, the KN-304 sends a status page which may contain information that can be useful for troubleshooting. Keep the status page available until a problem is resolved.

2.

Check the KN-304’s LED status indicator to ensure that there is no error condition. See LED Status Indicator, for more information.

3.

Check the status report to see what protocols are enabled and active. See the appropriate chapter to confirm that you have installed and configured your network protocol correctly for the KN-304. See Status Page for an example of the status page.

4.

Determine if other users can print. If they can’t and they are all on the same NOS, go to the troubleshoot- ing section for that NOS.

5.

When you have determined the nature of the problem, use the checklists in the next section.

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Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Network Hardware Connections

• For 100BaseT or 10BaseT, check that the network connector is plugged into the RJ connector on the

KN-304.

• Try another cable to make sure you do not have a bad cable.

Troubleshooting NetWare Protocol

It is recommended you use MAP to get the NetWare setup and parameter values. If you have not resolved the problem after running MAP, go through the checklists in this section.

NetWare Checklist

• Is the print server name entered correctly? The factor-default name is KON_serial number. The serial number is located on the card.

• Did you assign print queues to the printer? It is recommended you assign each print queue to only one Print Server Card-connected printer. If print queues are assigned to other network printers, the print jobs may be going to an other network printer.

• Did you assign the printer to the type Remote Other /Unknown?

• If the PCONSOLE settings are correct, the connection between the printer and network may have been broken. Turn the printer off and, using PCONSOLE, wait for the status message Not Con- nected. Turn the printer on and the status should change to Waiting for Job.

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

File Server Checklist

• Is there enough disk space on the file server and is it running?

• Is the correct file server associated with the printer? Use PCONSOLE to check this.

• Did you have the proper rights to configure the printer? (supervisor or administrator)

• Are the File Server and the KN-304 communicating? Run NetWare’s COMCHECK utility from any network workstation to check this.

• Are there enough user positions on the File Server? The Print Server function logs on as a user.

Workstation Checklist

• Is the network loaded onto the workstation? See the NetWare documentation.

• Is the application set up to print to the printer? For instance, are you using the correct driver?

• Is the workstation connected to the correct print queue? Print a file and verify that the file goes to the queue.

• Are the print queues assigned to the KN-304-connected printer also assigned to another network printer? If they are, the print jobs may be going to that printer.

• From PCONSOLE, enter a sample print job directly into an assigned queue. Does the job become Active? Is job printed?

• Is AUTO ENDCAP enabled? Auto Endcap lets you send data to a network printer. Use PRINTCON to check. If not, enable it.

Print Server Card Configuration Checklist

If all your hardware connections are correct, check the following:

• Use MAP to check the status of the print server. The Unit Status screen shows the status for the selected network interface card. This report includes a status of file servers and queues assigned to a printer along with a description of any problems.

• The printer may not be assigned to the correct print queues. Use PCONSOLE to direct print jobs to the correct queues, then check to see if the print job is in the queue.

• If devices were added or changed, use PCONSOLE to make sure you configured the new devices correctly.

• Make sure the KN-304’s name has been entered correctly. If you changed the name in MAP, you must

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Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

also change the name in PCONSOLE before you can print.

• Use PCONSOLE to check the Printer Status. Make sure it is not stopped or paused.

• You cannot use PCONSOLE Version 1.0 to configure the network interface card. Connect Novell for an upgrade.

Printer Server/File Server/Printer Checklist

Check the following to see if:

• The KN-304 Print Server can log into the file server, and can service jobs from a File Server.

• The KN-304 Print Server name is listed on that File Server.

• The password assigned to the Print Server Card through PCONSOLE matches the password assigned through MAP. Use MAP to update the password stored in the network Print Server’s memory.

• The print job is in the print queue and waiting to be printed. Use PCONSOLE to check if the print jobs are being sent to the printer.

Workstation to Print Server Card Connection Checklist

To make sure the workstation is communicating with the Print Server Card, check the following:

• Print a file from the workstation and make sure the print job gets to the print queue using PCONSOLE. If the print job does get to the queue, the problem is not with the workstation/print server connection.

• Use CAPTURE to send data to the printer from a workstation software application. See your NetWare print server manual for information.

• Make sure another printer is not taking the print jobs from the queues BEFORE the Print Server Card can service the job. To do this, disable the other printer until you can verify the Print Server Card- connected printer setup.

KN-304 Loses Its File Server Connection

If the KN-304 loses its connection to the file server, it can take approximately 5 to 10 minutes to reconnect. If the connection is not made after a reasonable amount of time, check the error conditions to troubleshoot the problem.

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

Unable to Print from a Different Context

The KN-304 does not support printing from a context different from the context you are installed upon. If you want to do this, you must create an alias queue. See your NetWare Manual for more information.

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Appendices

KN-304 Network Board specifications

10/100BaseT UTP cable specifications

Information for the TCP/IP network

administrator

Use of DHCP

Naming by WINS

FTP printing

Appendices-2

Appendices-3

Appendices-4

Appendices-4

Appendices-4

Appendices-5

KN-304 Network Board Appendices-1

Appendices

KN-304 Network Board specifications

KN-304 specifications

Size:

123.7 mm x 95 mm

Weight:

240g

Operating conditions:

0-50 C, 5-80%r.h.

Status indicators:

Green LED, yellow (amber) LED (one each)

Settings:

Saved in non-volatile memory

Connector:

Ethernet: 8-wire RJ45 10/100BaseT

Appendices-2 KN-304 Network Board

10/100BaseT UTP cable specifications

Appendices

Use the Ethernet standards shown below to connect the 10/100BaseT UTPcable to the RJ45 connector on the print server card. The cable should beof category type 3 or more (it depends on the length).

Pin No.

Color

Ethernet

8

Blue/white

 

7

Blue

 

6

Orange/white

Receive-

5

Green/white

 

4

Green

 

3

Orange

Receive+

2

Brown/white

Transmit-

1

Brown

Tr ansmit+

KN-304 Network Board Appendices-3

Appendices

Information for the TCP/IP network administrator

Use of DHCP

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a service that provides IPaddress assignment and mainte- nance procedures. The KN-304 can get IPinformation from the service.

There are two user-definable variables related with the DHCP functions.You can set up those variables from [Setup TCP/IP] of [Network Administration]provided by the Web utility.

Enable DHCP

IP address in NOVRAM

a. If you select [Not enable DHCP], the KN-304 does not call for the DHCPservice. If no IP address is defined for the KN-304 or “Enable IP addressdefined” is OFF, the KN-304 attempts to get an IP address by BOOTP requestor some other means.

b. If DHCP can be used and no IP address is defined for the KN-304 or[IP address in NOVRAM] is OFF, the KN-304 calls for the DHCP when resetor power has turned on.

c. If DHCP can be used but an IP address is defined for the KN-304 and[IP address in NOVRAM] is ON, the KN-304 gets IP information from NVRAMand does not use DHCP service.

Both of the options [Enable DHCP] and [IP address in NOVRAM] are ON by default (employed at shipment time). In this case, if the IP identificationinformation stored in NVRAM is not available, the KN-304 gener- ates a DHCPrequest.

When DHCP can be used and the default values are set for the KN-304, itis
When DHCP can be used and the default values are set for the KN-304, itis needed to set up
(reserve) so that the KN-304’s IP address be usedcontinually on the DHCP server, because
otherwise the same address might begiven to other hosts.

Naming by WINS

Use of WINS for the KN-304

Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) allows registering the current IP address and NetBIOS name to the KN-304. A client who wishes to communicate with the printer can use the WINS server to match the IP address and NetBIOS name. For most users, it is easier to remember the printer’s NetBIOS name than the IP address.

To use WINS for the KN-304, it is needed to enter the IP address of the WINS server by “TCP/IP Setup” of the Web utility.

Setting for the WINS server

You set up the DHCP server to provide the KN-304 with WINS server information automatically. Otherwise you can enter the required information in “TCP/IP Setup” of the KN-304. See the instruction manual of the DHCP server for details of automatic setup for the DHCP server.

Perform the following steps in order that the WINS server should work for the KN-304.

Appendices-4 KN-304 Network Board

Appendices

Assign an IP address to the KN-304. You may use DHCP.Appendices Initiate access to the desired KN-304 by using the Web utility. Select “TCP/IP Setup” from

Initiate access to the desired KN-304 by using the Web utility.Assign an IP address to the KN-304. You may use DHCP. Select “TCP/IP Setup” from the

Select “TCP/IP Setup” from the main menu.access to the desired KN-304 by using the Web utility. The NetBIOS name for the KN-304

The NetBIOS name for the KN-304 is shown on the screen. The NetBIOS name is the KN-Web utility. Select “TCP/IP Setup” from the main menu. 304’s serial number (for example, KON_993011). You

304’s serial number (for example, KON_993011).

You can enter a new name to change the current NetBIOS name. It should be a string of up to

15 1-byte characters.

If the DHCP server is set up so that the address of the primary WINS server be supplied to thename. It should be a string of up to 15 1-byte characters. KN-304, the address is

KN-304, the address is shown in the TCP/IP Setup menu. If it is not shown, enter the IP

address of the primary WINS server. You can also enter the IP address of the secondary

WINS server if you like. If the DHCP server is set up so that the address of the secondary

WINS server be supplied to the KN-304, the address is automatically filled.

Restart the printer (KN-304).supplied to the KN-304, the address is automatically filled. The printer’s status page should now show

The printer’s status page should now show that the KN-304’s name has been successfullyis automatically filled. Restart the printer (KN-304). registered in the WINS server. ● FTP printing FTP

registered in the WINS server.

FTP printing

FTP printing by Netscape

Connect to the KN-304’s port through which print jobs are sent. For example, perform the follow- ing steps to print through the KN-304 by Netscape.

Type [ftp://port1@<KN-304’s IP address].follow- ing steps to print through the KN-304 by Netscape. Select [File] from the menu bar.

Select [File] from the menu bar.by Netscape. Type [ftp://port1@<KN-304’s IP address]. Select [Upload File]. More than one file cannot be selected

Select [Upload File].IP address]. Select [File] from the menu bar. More than one file cannot be selected for

Select [File] from the menu bar. Select [Upload File]. More than one file cannot be selected
More than one file cannot be selected for FTP printing.
More than one file cannot be selected for FTP printing.

KN-304 Network Board Appendices-5

Appendices

The selected file will be sent to the printer.Appendices By Netscape and Drag & Drop You can print out the contents of a file

By Netscape and Drag & Drop

You can print out the contents of a file by Netscape and Drag & Drop.For example, perform the following steps to print out a file through theKN-304 by Netscape.

Type [ftp://port1@<KN-304’s IP address]. A message says [Current directory is ].steps to print out a file through theKN-304 by Netscape. Drag the file existing on the

Drag the file existing on the system to the Web browser’s window.IP address]. A message says [Current directory is ]. A prompt asks you “Do you want

A prompt asks you “Do you want to upload the dragged file to the FTP server?” Click “OK”.file existing on the system to the Web browser’s window. The file you just dragged will

The file you just dragged will be sent to the printer.

The file you just dragged will be sent to the printer. More than one file cannot
More than one file cannot be selected for FTP printing. Only one can log in
More than one file cannot be selected for FTP printing. Only one can log in the port.

Use of FTP client

Perform the following to print from FTP Client.

Type [ftp<KN-304’s IP address].FTP client Perform the following to print from FTP Client. Enter “port1” as the log-in name.

Enter “port1” as the log-in name.print from FTP Client. Type [ftp<KN-304’s IP address]. Select binary mode. Type [put<filename>]. The

Select binary mode.IP address]. Enter “port1” as the log-in name. Type [put<filename>]. The selected file will be sent

Type [put<filename>].Enter “port1” as the log-in name. Select binary mode. The selected file will be sent to

The selected file will be sent to the printer.

Appendices-6 KN-304 Network Board

Index

INDEX

Symbol

95nozomi

3-5

B

Base port number

6-5

Basic TCP/IP setup

3-2, 4-2

Bindery Context

5-5

Bindery emulation

5-3

Bindery Emulation, Setup for

5-5

bindery, disable

2-8, 6-9

C

CD-ROM provided

1-3

control panel

2-2

D

Default gateway

6-5

default settings, Restoring

7-3

Description

3-4

DHCP

6-6

E

Ethernet Frame Type

6-9

F

File Server Name

6-8

G

Gateway

2-6

I

IP address

2-6, 3-4

IP address defined, enable the

2-6

IP Base Port

3-4

IP mode, Choice of

2-5

IP Peer-to-Peer

3-3

IP Peer-to-Peer Setup

3-3

IP setup

2-5

L

LPD banner, Use

2-6, 6-6

M

MAP (Management Access Program)

6-2

MAP setup

6-3

Maximum Hop Count

3-3

Microsoft TCP/IP Print Service

4-3

N

NDS

5-3

NDS Context Name

6-8

NDS setup

5-4

NDS Tree Name

6-8

NDS tree name

2-8

NetWare 2.x/3.x

5-2

NetWare 4.x

5-3

NDS context name

2-8

NetWare, Setup

2-7, 6-7

Network Management menu

6-4

Network Setup

2-3

network setup information, Confirming

2-9

Nozomi

4-3

Ntnozomi

4-4

NWADMIN

5-4

P

password

2-8

PCONSOLE

5-2, 5-4, 5-6

pd/lpr

4-3

KN-304 Network Board Index-1

Index

Polling Interval

6-9

Polling interval

2-7

Port

3-4

Print Server Name

6-7

Print Server Password

6-7

Printer driver

3-5, 4-3

Printer Menu window

2-2

Printer Mode Basic window

2-2

Printer Name

3-4

Printer port

4-3

Printer Setup

2-3

printer, adding

3-4

S

Server name

2-7

Server password

2-7

Status indicator (LED)

7-2

Sub net mask

2-6, 6-5

T

TCP/IP setup

2-4, 6-5

TCP/IP, enable

6-5

trouble, Locating the cause of

7-5, 7-6

W

Web browser

6-2

Web utility

5-4, 6-2

Index-2 KN-304 Network Board

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