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KN-302

Network Interface Card

User's Guide
for the Network Administrator
Konica KN-302
© 1999 by Konica Business Technologies, Inc.

Manual Version
OP-KN302-01

Correspondence

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Konica KN-302

Welcome to the User's Guide for the KN-302 Network Interface Card.

The User's Guide provides instructions on installing network software Utilities on network systems such as Novell
NetWare; TCP/IP for the UNIX operating system; Ethertalk; AppleTalk for Macintosh system; or a network system that
combines any of these protocols.

Included are configuration procedures and instructions for setting up the KN-302 as a print server on a network.

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Konica KN-302
FCC Regulations

The Konica KN-302 generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in accor-
dance with the instruction manual, interference with radio communications may result.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device, pursuant to
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Compliance is dependent upon the use of shielded data cables.

Canadian Department of Communications Regulations

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This equipment does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions as set out in the radio interference
regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Contents
Section 1: Introduction
Features Of KN-302 ........................................................................................................................... 1-2
Benefits With Each Protocol ............................................................................................................... 1-3
Configuration .......................................................................................................................................1-3
About Installation ................................................................................................................................ 1-4
Troubleshooting Software For Workstations .......................................................................................1-4
What's In Your Package .......................................................................................................................1-4
Installation Requirements ....................................................................................................................1-5
Basic Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 1-6

Section 2: Installation
Network Protocols .............................................................................................................................. 2-2
About The KN-302 Board .................................................................................................................. 2-3
Connectors .......................................................................................................................................... 2-3
Hardware Installation .......................................................................................................................... 2-4
Configuring the Network Protocol ..................................................................................................... 2-5
About Passwords ................................................................................................................................ 2-5
Installing Konica Network Management Utility ................................................................................. 2-6

Section 3: NetWare Configuration


NetWare Utilities Overview ................................................................................................................ 3-2
How To Access The HTTP Server With An IP Browser .................................................................... 3-5
Using Konica Network Management Utility ...................................................................................... 3-6
Overview .............................................................................................................................. 3-6
Using MAP (Management Access Program) ....................................................................... 3-6
MAP Setup Program ............................................................................................................ 3-6
MAP Program ...................................................................................................................... 3-8
Using The MAP Utility ........................................................................................................ 3-9
Configure KN-302 For Use With Novell NetWare ............................................................................ 3-21
Overview .............................................................................................................................. 3-21
Configure Using NetWare 2.15 and 3.1x ............................................................................................ 3-22
Setting Up Print Queues ...................................................................................................... 3-22
Using PCONSOLE ............................................................................................................... 3-23
Configure Using NetWare 4.x NetWare Directory Services ................................................................ 3-33
Overview ...............................................................................................................................3-33
Using The Konica Network Management Utility ................................................................. 3-35
NetWare Configuration Menu .............................................................................................. 3-37
Using the NWADMIN Utility ............................................................................................... 3-40
Configure Using NetWare 4.x Bindery Emulation .............................................................................. 3-47
Overview ...............................................................................................................................3-47
Using PCONSOLE ............................................................................................................... 3-48
Primary File Server ............................................................................................................................. 3-54
When To Define A Primary File Server ............................................................................... 3-54
How To Define A Primary File Server ................................................................................. 3-55
Contents
Section 4: AppleTalk Configuration and Administration
Overview ............................................................................................................................................ 4-2
Enabling The AppleTalk Protocol ...................................................................................................... 4-2
Configuration For AppleTalk ............................................................................................................. 4-2
Choosing The Printer .......................................................................................................................... 4-3
How To Access The AppleTalk Administration Program .................................................................. 4-4
Configuring The KN-302 Print Server ............................................................................................... 4-5
Error Log .............................................................................................................................. 4-6
Printer Setup ....................................................................................................................................... 4-7
Protocol Setup For TCP/IP Users ........................................................................................ 4-8
How To Access The HTTP Server With An IP Browser ................................................................... 4-9
Control Options .................................................................................................................................. 4-9

Section 5: Unix Printing Through TCP/IP


Overview ............................................................................................................................................. 5-2
Installation in a Windows Environment ................................................................................ 5-2
Windows for Workgroups ................................................................................................................... 5-3
Installing TCP/IP .................................................................................................................. 5-4
Loading The lpr Spooler ....................................................................................................... 5-4
Setting Up The Konica Print Server ..................................................................................... 5-4
Assigning IP Address With BOOTP Lite ............................................................................. 5-5
Assigning IP Address With ARP .......................................................................................... 5-6
Creating An lpr Queue On The Workstation ........................................................................ 5-7
Microsoft Windows 95 ....................................................................................................................... 5-8
Loading The lpr Spooler ...................................................................................................... 5-8
Setting Up The Konica Print Server ..................................................................................... 5-8
Assigning IP Address With ntBOOTP ................................................................................. 5-9
Assigning IP Address With ARP ......................................................................................... 5-10
Setting Up lpr on the Workstation ........................................................................................ 5-10
Windows NT Instructions ................................................................................................................... 5-11
Setting Up The Konica Print Server ..................................................................................... 5-11
Assigning IP Address With ntBOOTP ................................................................................. 5-12
Assigning IP Address With ARP ......................................................................................... 5-13
Setting Up lpr On The Workstation ..................................................................................... 5-14
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol ............................................................................................... 5-15
FTP UNIX Printing ...............................................................................................................5-15
FTP Client .............................................................................................................................5-16
Printing Overview ............................................................................................................................... 5-17
Configuring the IP Address On the KN-302 Print Server .................................................................. 5-19
lpd UNIX Printing .............................................................................................................................. 5-25
Installing TCP/IP If Not Running lpd ................................................................................................ 5-34
Contents
Section 6: Troubleshooting
Diagnosing Problems ......................................................................................................................... 6-2
LED Conditions (Green & Amber Indicator Lights) ......................................................................... 6-3
Status Page ......................................................................................................................................... 6-4
Error Page ........................................................................................................................................... 6-6
How To Determine The Cause Of A Problem .................................................................................... 6-7
Printer Basic Checklist ........................................................................................................................ 6-8
Network Connections .......................................................................................................................... 6-8
KN-301 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................... 6-9
Novell Protocol ................................................................................................................................... 6-10
Novell File Server Checklist ............................................................................................................... 6-11
If KN-302 Loses Its Novell File Server Connection ........................................................................... 6-11
KN-302 Workstation Checklist ........................................................................................................... 6-11
Print Server/File Server/Printer Connection Check List ..................................................................... 6-11
KN-302 Configuration Checklist .........................................................................................................6-12
Workstation To KN-302 Connection Checklist .................................................................................. 6-13
AppleTalk Protocol ............................................................................................................................. 6-14
Macintosh>AppleTalk Connectors>Ethertalk Driver ........................................................... 6-14
Macintosh>KN-302>KN-302 .............................................................................................. 6-14
Printer Checklist ................................................................................................................... 6-14
Multiple Zones ..................................................................................................................... 6-14
UNIX (TCP/IP) .................................................................................................................................. 6-15

Appendix
APPENDIX A:
Web Utilities - HTTP Server .............................................................................................................. A-2
Main Page ........................................................................................................................................... A-3
Printer Status ...................................................................................................................................... A-4
Advanced Features .............................................................................................................................. A-7
Network Setup .................................................................................................................................... A-8
Printer Setup ....................................................................................................................................... A-9
Language Select ................................................................................................................................. A-10

APPENDIX B:
Cable Specifications ............................................................................................................................ B-2
Assigning Multiple File Servers ......................................................................................................... B-3
Jumper Settings ................................................................................................................................... B-5
Windows 95 PeerToPeer Printing ...................................................................................................... B-8

Index
Section 1: KN-302 Introduction
KN-302 Introduction

Features of KN-302

q Network operating systems (NOS) & Protocol support for Novell NetWare versions 2.15, 3.10,
4.0 and above (Bindery and Network Directory Services)

AppleTalk

TCP/IP-UNIX for SUN (Solaris 1.x, 2.x), BSD System V Rel. 4, DEC ULTRIX 4.3 RISC,
OSF1/ALPHA, HP/UX, SCO UNIX and Windows NT systems

q Flash read-only memory (ROM) for easily upgrading the KN-302 with new protocols and future
product enhancements

q Ethernet interface connection - 10BaseT/100BaseT

q Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) and Shielded Twisted Pair (STP).

q Windows 95 PeerToPeer Printing allows Windows 95 workstations to print to KN-302 printers.


Refer to Appendix, Windows 95 PeerToPeer Printing, for details.

q The KN-302 is both flexible and easy to install.


Flexibility of the KN-302 is provided with automatic network switching between network proto
cols. Print jobs can be sent from each NOS that is KN-302 configured.

q The KN-302 has an integral HTTP Server to allow you to monitor and manage the KN-302 and its
associated printer from a standard IP Web Browser program.

q IP and IPX SNMP support MIB-2. SNMP supports standard MIB.

The KN-302 supports multiple active protocols. You can activate the protocols and troubleshoot
printing problems using the Konica Network Management Utility or Apple Administration
Program utilities.

Installation is easy because each network protocol requires a simple network or Konica utility in
order to configure the KN-302 printers for the NOS.

1-2 KN-302 Introduction


KN-302 Introduction

Benefits With Each Protocol

q High performance - Send data as fast as your printer can receive it.

q Easy installation

q Full Print Server Support - Supports all print server features defined for Novell NetWare and
TCP/IP-UNIX.

q Put printers anywhere. Directly connect a printer anywhere on the network.


The KN-302 connects one printer.

Configuration

q For Novell NetWare


Use NetWare’s PCONSOLE utility for NetWare versions 2.15, 3.10 and 4.x (Bindery Services);
Konica Network Management Utility or NWADMIN for NetWare 4.x (Directory Services).

q For TCP/IP
Use lpd to print directly from KN-302 without using KONICA software on your host.
If you require host-side printing with broader filtering and banner options, then use KONICA’s
install script.

q For AppleTalk
The KN-302 is pre-configured. If you have different requirements or wish to assign a different
name to the printer, you can use Konica’s AppleTalk Administration program to configure the
KN-302.

KN-302 Introduction

KN-302 Introduction 1-3


About Installation

q For detailed hardware instructions, see Section 2.


For detailed configuration instructions, see Sections 3 and 4.

Troubleshooting Software for Workstations

q Novell NetWare: The KN-302 Network Management Utility for Windows lets you troubleshoot
problems by sending test prints or viewing status reports or error logs on the KN-302 print server;
check or modify any configuration option not directly tied to the print server; and change the print
server name and the password it uses to login.

q TCP/IP: KONICA’s software provides error messages and a status page to alert you to incorrectly
entered data.

q AppleTalk: AppleTalk Administration Program provides functions that let you reset the KN-302,
view the KN-302 configuration or an error log, and change the printer setup.
KN-302 Network Management Utility for Macintosh lets you troubleshoot problems

What’s In Your Package

q KN-302 Network Interface Card (board)

q Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseT connector and Ribbon Cable

q One CD-ROM containing the Konica Network Management Utility for Windows program;
the Apple Administration program; the TCP/IP installation script; and the User's Guide (this
manual) in electronic PDF format.

KN-302 Introduction

Installation Requirements

1-4 KN-302 Introduction


Version of Protocol or NOS

q Novell NetWare Version 2.15, 3.1x, or 4.x

q UNIX/Windows/LAN Server systems supporting lpr over TCP/IP.

q Macintosh System 7.x

q DEC ULTRIX 4.3 or 4.4, DEC OSF/1 2.0 or 3.0, Solaris 1.1.3 or 2.3, (SUNOS 4.1.3 or 5.3),
System V Release 4, HP-UX 9.01, IBM AIX 3.2.5, or SCO UNIX 2 for KONICA TCP/IP

Software

q Novell NetWare printing requires NetWare Capture, NPRINT or PCONSOLE (later than 1.0)
utilities.

q The KN-302 Network Management Utility for Windows utility requires Windows 3.1 or later;
Windows for Workgroups 3.11; Windows 95; or Windows NT 3.5 or later.

q The Apple Administration program utility.

q TCP/IP setup and maintenance requires the Konica Network Management Utility.

Hardware

q Support for 10 & 100 megabit Ethernet networks: 10BaseT/100BaseT cables and hardware.

q CD-ROM drive on the workstation to accept Windows, Macintosh or UNIX utilities.

KN-302 Introduction 1-5


KN-302 Introduction

Basic Specifications
Ethernet Network Interface Controller/Internal Print Server
(NIC/IEEE 1284)

Firmware
Novell, TCP/IP, Apple, HTTP/HTML

Protocols
Novell: NetWare 2.15, 3.x, 4.x (NDS and Bindery based); (IPX/SPX supports Windows
compatible browser utility) TCP/IP: ARP, RARP, BootP, ICMP, SNMP Ethertalk: Transparent
implementation Ver.1

Administration & Management


HTTP server providing access to HTML pages over IP & IPX Konica Network Management
Utility for Windows via the MAP (Management Access Program) Browser

Konica Network Management Utility for Macintosh BootP Lite for Windows and NT

Printer Interface
IEEE 1284 via 26 pin Connector
Instruction Store Download:
Entire program can be updated from Windows program operating through Novell network.

Compatible w/FTP transmission of properly formatted core image operating through TCP/IP
network supporting FTP.

Hardware
10BaseT and 100BaseT
4 MB of RAM
1 MB Flash Memory

Support Software
Management Access Program For Windows (MAP)
Konica Network Management Utility for Windows
(NetWare specific)
BootP (Lite) and NTBootP (for Windows & NT)
Unix Host Based Software

1-6 KN-302 Introduction


Section 2: Installation
Installation
The KN-302 Ethernet Network Interface Card is a 4"x7" board that inserts into a designated slot of your
Konica print controller device.

Network Protocols

q Novell NetWare 2.15, 3.10, and later, or 4.x (Bindery and Network Directory Services - NDS).

q TCP/IP-UNIX networks with lpd capabilities or systems compatible with SUN (Solaris 1.x, 2.x),
BSD System V Release 4, OSF1/Alpha, DEC ULTRIX 4.3 RISC, HP/UX, and SCO UNIX.

Status Light Indicators

q Status light indicators display as green and amber LEDs on the print controller to enable you to
monitor the power-on status and to diagnose problems.

q You can easily troubleshoot the conditions indicated by the lights.

See Section 6, Troubleshooting.

2-2 Installation
Installation

About the KN-302 Board

The two labels shown below are attached to the KN-302 board to identify the model name, manufacture
date code, serial number MAC address number and initial firmware version.

PN:6097000 P/N: ROM: Code:


FO:024205
REV:A/2-PROTO PCUA 950-772 0. 0 0 017

S/N: LAN Address:


990461 00-40-AF-78-E7-E8
Made in the USA

Connectors

The Ethernet connectors are illustrated below.

q Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseT uses a RJ45 cable to connect the


KN-302 to the network.

10BaseT/100BaseT

Installation 2-3
Installation
Hardware Installation

DO NOT apply power to the KN-302 until all hardware installation and software configuration steps are
completed. Use the following steps to connect the Konica printer controller to the KN-302 print server.

Connecting the Ethernet Network to the KN-302

Connect your Ethernet network by using the 10BaseT or 100BaseT Ethernet interface.

Using the 10BaseT/100BaseT Ethernet Interface

This network connection uses a 4-wire RJ cable to plug into the RJ45 network connector located on the
back panel of the print controller. Once you make the connection, you are ready to configure the network
protocol (see instructions on the next page).

2-4 Installation
Installation
Configuring the Network Protocol

After installation is completed, configure and activate your network protocol to work with the KN-302.

• For NetWare configuration, refer to Section 3, NetWare Configuration, which shows you how to
use the Konica Printer Management System with MAP (Management Access Program).
(See next page for Utility Installation instructions.)

• For AppleTalk configuration, refer to Section 4, which shows you how to use the AppleTalk
Configuration and Administration Program.

• For TCP/IP configuration information, refer to Section 5, Unix Printing Through TCP/IP.

About Passwords

The default password is sysadm. It is case-sensitive and must be entered in lowercase.

Installation 2-5
Installation

Konica Network Management Utility

Installation Procedure

This Windows based utility can be installed on any workstation hard drive or network drive. It is recom-
mended that you install the utility program onto an area of the file server restricted to users with Supervisor/
Administrator rights; however this is not a requirement.

When you install the Konica Network Management Utility CD-ROM, the MAP (Management Access
Program) browser installs automatically.

1. Start Windows on your PC or workstation.

2. Insert the Konica Network Management Utility CD in the CD drive.

3. In the Windows Program Manager, select File.


The CD should run automatically while installing ACROBAT READER or while accessing the table of
contents for ACROBAT READER.

4. Select RUN from the menu.


Should the CD not run automatically, execute the file OSICOM16.EXE for the Windows 3.11 system;
or execute the file OSICOM32.EXE for the Windows 95/NT/98 system.

5. Read the information screen and click on Continue.

6. Identify a path for the program.


The path default is C:\MAP
You can change the path or use the default. The installation begins.

7. When installation is completed, remove the CD from the CD drive.


To use the Konica Network Management Utility, see information starting on p. 3-6.

2-6 Installation
Section 3: NetWare Configuration
NetWare Configuration
NetWare Utilities Overview

This section provides information on the various NetWare utility programs that are available to you, with
emphasis on the Novell PCONSOLE utility that is used to perform all KN-302 print server functions.

As an alternative to using PCONSOLE, the procedure using the NWADMIN utility is provided for configur-
ing NetWare 4.0x (NDS).

PCONSOLE is an integral part of the Konica Network Management Utility. Separate procedures are provided
to show how to configure the KN-302 for the NetWare version you are using.

Before users of the Novell NetWare Network Operating System can print, the KN-302 print server must be
configured according to the instructions included in this section.

Highlights of this section are outlined below.

q How to Access the HTTP Server with an IP browser other than the MAP Utility.

q Konica Management Access Program (MAP) is a Windows based browser utility. The MAP utility
allows you to access the KN-302 and can be used to activate network protocols, configure the print server
and printer port, reset KN-302 from a remote location, and troubleshoot problems. Help screen information is
included to show you how to use the MAP Utility.

q Configure Using NetWare 2.15 and 3.1x describes how to use PCONSOLE to configure and set up KN-
302 printers for printing and to set up the Notify option.

q Configure Using NetWare 4.0x Directory Services (NDS) describes how to use the Konica Network
Management Utility as well as the NWADMIN utility to configure and set up the KN-302 print Server for
use with version 4.0x Directory Services.

q Configure Using NetWare 4.0x Bindery Emulation describes how to use PCONSOLE to configure and
set up the KN-302 Print Server for use with Version 4.0x Bindery Services.

q Primary File Server explains how to define a Primary File Server and gives you guidelines beforehand
about the effect it has on your network system.

3-2 NetWare Configuration


NetWare Configuration
NetWare Utilities Overview

The following is a list of Novell NetWare utilities.

PCONSOLE

• Use PCONSOLE to set up the KN-302 print server and set the print queues. This utility helps you
control network printing and allows you to view information about network printing.

PRINTDEF

• Use to set up a database of printer definitions. Define device drivers for network printers, plotters,
and other devices. The information defined with the utility is then used by CAPTURE, NPRINT,
PCONSOLE, and PRINTCON.

PRINTCON

• Use to define the preferred print options and set the options up as standard configurations.
PRINTCON serves as a database for printing with CAPTURE, NPRINT, and PCONSOLE.

• The tasks include edit print job configurations, select default print job configurations, and copy
print job configurations from one user to another.

CAPTURE

• Use to print screen displays, save data to a network file, and print to a network printer from a non-
network software application.

NPRINT

• Use to print files from outside an application to a network printer. The files must be DOS text files,
or files that are formatted by the application for a specific printer type (for example, HP Laser).

NetWare Configuration 3-3


NetWare Configuration
NetWare Utilities Overview

Basic Steps for Making Changes To KN-302

CHANGE REQUIRED ACTION STEP REQUIRED


To move the Konica printing Relocate the printing system to the new
system to another location location and make hardware connections
on the same network . . . explained in Section 2. You do not need
to configure with PCONSOLE.

To move the Konica printing Perform hardware installation and


system from its current software configuration procedures in
network to a new network . . . Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.

To attach new file servers to Use the PCONSOLE utility.


KN-302 unit . . .

To remove a file server Use the PCONSOLE utility.


attached to the KN-302. . .

To add new queues to the Use the PCONSOLE utility. See Print
KN-302 unit . . . Queue Functions in this Section.

To remove queues from the Use the PCONSOLE utility. See Print
KN-302 unit . . . Queue Functions in this Section.

To change the KN-302 print Use the Konica MAP utility that is on
server name . . . your Konica Network Management
Utility CD-ROM.

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How To Access The HTTP Server With An IP Browser


Use the following procedure to access the HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) with your favorite IP
Browser, such as Netscape. This access allows you to perform all print server functions.

Option: If you have the MAP (Konica Management Access Program) Utility, use instructions on p. 3-7.
MAP gives you access to the Konica Network Management Utility, which allows you to perform all print
server functions.

If you do not have the MAP Utility, perform the following steps:

1. Assign an IP address to the KN-302.


See instructions for Assigning IP Address, starting on p. 5-5.

2. Start the IP Browser you normally use.

3. When the browser is up and running, type http:// followed by the IP address of the unit in the
Location field at the top of the browser screen, or by going to File at the menu bar and choosing
Open Location.

Example: For a unit with an IP address of 199.9.200.200, type:

http://199.9.200.200

At this point, the IP Browser works the same as the Konica MAP Utility
(see Network Setup screen on p. 3-8).

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Using Konica Network Management Utility
Overview
The Konica Network Management Utility is a Windows based HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) utility
that enables you to configure network protocols for the KN-302 print server; remotely reset the KN-302 print
server to clear an error or to return the print server to factory settings; troubleshoot problems; enable/
disable the status sheet printout; and access context-sensitive Help.

While the Konica Network Management Utility can be accessed with any browser, such as Netscape, you
can also use the MAP (Konica Management Access Program) Utility to access and configure the KN-302.
The MAP Utility automatically installs when you install the Konica Network Management Utility CD-ROM.

If you have not already done so, install the Konica Network Management Utility program using the installa-
tion procedure on p. 2-6.

NOTE: The Konica Network Management Utility CANNOT be installed from DOS.

Using MAP (Management Access Program)

The MAP utility consists of the MAP Setup program and the MAP program. (See sample screens on next
page.)

MAP Setup Program


The MAP Setup program allows you to configure the MAP program to search for IP or IPX based printers.

You may also configure the maximum number of hops for the IP searches. The hop count number determines
how many sub-networks the program will search to find the print server units. An entry of zero [0] on the
screen searches only the current subnet. An entry of [2] searches a wire that is directly connected to the
workstation and all networks accessible through two routers. An entry of 15 or higher automatically
searches every connected network; but such a high number is not recommended due to the amount of traffic
it would generate.

MAP Program
The MAP program lets you utilize the default browser for viewing and changing the Print Server configura-
tion settings. To do so, click on any active KN-302 Print Server unit (see next page).

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Using MAP (Management Access Program)


MAP Setup Screen

MAP Program Screen

SN-49667 Konica KN-201 Running Novell NetWare (NDS), AppleTalk and TCP/IP
SN-992380 Konica KN-302 Running Novell NetWare (NDS), AppleTalk and TCP/IP
SN-992384 Konica KN-302 Running Novell NetWare (NDS), AppleTalk and TCP/IP

KN3 992380 Konica Ethernet Option Supporting Novell (NDS), TCP/IP and AppleTalk

KN3 992384 Konica Ethernet Option Supporting Novell (NDS), TCP/IP and AppleTalk

After clicking on any one of the active KN-302 Print Server units listed in the MAP Program, the Network
Setup screen displays (see next page) to allow you to select any function related to the printer system. (See
APPENDIX A for a full description of the resident HTTP Server).

NOTE: Menus and function items are explained in Using The MAP Utility (see p. 3-9) .

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Using MAP (Management Access Program)
Select the Network Setup button on the left of the Main Screen to display the Network Setup screen, which
allows the selection of functions related to the KN-302 Print Server.
The MAP Network Setup allows you to access the Konica program and use the functions relating to the
System, Protocols and Printer. Simply click on the menu item you require, and the easy-to-use screens will
guide you through each procedure.
The bottom of your screen displays Home and Unit Info. Clicking on Home gets you back to the basic menu.
Clicking on Unit Info displays the current Ethernet option associated with this Printer Server.
To learn more about using the MAP Utility, see Using the MAP Utility which begins on the next page.
To configure the KN-302 Print Server for use with NetWare, see Configure KN-302 for Use With Novell
NetWare p. 3-21.

NOTE: You will be required to enter a password to perform most of the functions.
The default password is sysadm. It is case-sensitive and must be entered in lowercase.

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Using Konica Network Management Utility

Using The MAP Utility

System Functions

Reset

Factory Defaults

Unit Status
Novell NetWare
TCP/IP
AppleTalk

Network Address

Change Password

Protocols

Setup NetWare

Setup TCP/IP

Setup AppleTalk

Ports

Test Printer

Configure Status Page

Status Information

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Using The MAP Utility

System Functions

System Functions allow you to reset the unit when an error condition occurs; reset the unit to download a
new version of the print server software; return the unit to its factory defaults before configuring; check the
unit status on Novell NetWare, TCP/IP, or AppleTalk protocols; update the Ethernet network; change the
password assigned to the unit.

Reset

Two functions are available: Reset Unit lets you reset the print server to clear an error condition that is
preventing you from printing. Reset simply recycles the unit and leaves all current print server settings
intact. Typical error conditions that would require resetting the unit include the situation where the printer
port does not accept data for a print job, or the printer is printing codes instead of the desired text. When
you reset the unit, you may need to recycle the printer power Off, then On again to correct the problem.

Reset the Unit for Download lets you reset the print server in to download mode to enable you to update the
unit's flash read-only memory (ROM) with a new or updated software release. A software release normally
includes new features or fixes for the print server.

Factory Defaults

This function resets the print server to the factory default settings that came with the unit. This feature is
useful in the event you are moving the print server to a new location, or if the unit was set up improperly
and you need to start over again. Remember that this option clears any settings already defined for the print
server.

Unit Status
The Unit Status screen displays the current state for each protocol and print server port available on your
print server model. For each supported protocol (Novell NetWare, TCP/IP, AppleTalk), the top line displays
the protocols supported and indicates whether the protocol is currently enabled or disabled.

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Using The MAP Utility

System Functions

Unit Status

Novell NetWare
For Novell NetWare, the file server status for each print server post is displayed as explained in the follow-
ing field descriptions:

File Server: The name of the file server(s) to which the print server is connected.

File Server Status: These status messages inform you of whether the server is connected or disconnected to
the print server. It also lets you know when the server is shutting down its connection to the print server.

Queue Name: The queue name assigned to the print server printer port.

Queue Status: This field displays the status of the queues servicing the print server printers. If there is a
problem printing, e.g., the queue is not available, the problem will be listed here.

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System Functions
Unit Status

TCP/IP
The internet protocol (IP) and line printer daemon (LPD) settings are displayed for the print server and the
printer server printer ports. IP field settings are described below.

IP Address: The network address for the print server.

Subnet Mask: This address identifies the number of bits used for the subnet and host portions of the
address.

Default Gateway Address (if needed): This address is used if the routers on your network have a default
gateway address that needs to be listed for accessing the print server printers.

Base Port Number: The base number assigned to the print server port. For example, port [1] would be 100001.

DHCP: DHCP displays on the screen whether the function is On or Off. When DHCP is On, the KN-
302automatically obtains the IP address from the DHCP Server.

IP Address in NVRAM: This displays on the screen whether or not the IP Address is to be retained between
power cycles.

Banner: This displays whether the banner page option is turned On or Off.

The LPD settings are displayed for each print server port. This information includes the type of print jobs
supported for each print server printer. For example, if PCL and PS are displayed, this means that the printer
supports PCL and PS compatible print jobs.

AppleTalk
The print server unit name and the AppleTalk zone in which the print server resides are displayed. The name
will either be the default name KN3_(serial_number) or a user-defined name. The Port Status has a default
assigned printer name of Unit # (serial_number) 1. You cannot print to any printer with a disabled port
status.

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Using The MAP Utility

System Functions

Network Address

Important: This field is for display only.

The network address screen displays the print server unit serial number and the Ethernet address for the
unit.

Change Password

To change an existing password, you need to enter the new password in the New Password field, then
retype the new password in the Retype New Password field to confirm it.

Once you have confirmed the new password, then click on [Change Password] to make the change perma-
nent. Your existing password will be in the Old Password field.

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Using The MAP Utility

Protocols

This section lets you set up configuration parameters for each protocol supported by your print server unit.

The following functions can be performed.

Setup Novell NetWare

Novell NetWare Setup includes assigning a new name and password to the KN-302 Novell Print Server,
identifying the preferred file server connection, setting up for Novell Directory Services (NDS), identifying
the Ethernet frame type, and disabling Bindery Services.

Setup TCP/IP

TCP/IP Setup includes setting the Internet Protocol [IP] and line printer daemon (LPD) settings.

Setup AppleTalk

AppleTalk Setup includes identifying the AppleTalk zone where the print server resides, and assigning a
new name to the print server.

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Protocols

Setup NetWare

The following information explains how you can change each field or make entries on the NetWare Configu-
ration Menu.

Enable NetWare
When checked, Novell NetWare is enabled as a protocol for the print server. If Novell NetWare is a perma-
nent protocol, then the box cannot be unchecked. For print servers where Novell NetWare is not the primary
protocol, click this box to either enable or disable the protocol.

Print Server Name


Each Novell print server has a unique name assigned to it. The print server uses the default name of
KN3_(serial_number). The serial number is located on a label attached to the KN-302 board.

If you want to change the default name or the existing name, enter the new print server name in this field.
The name can be up to 63 characters in length. You must also remember to change the name in PCONSOLE;
otherwise the name change will not take effect.

Print Server Password


The network administrator assigns a password to the Novell print server. When a password is assigned
through NetWare's PCONSOLE, you need to inform the print server of the assigned password.

When you enter the password in this field, make sure it is the same password that was assigned through
PCONSOLE. The password is stored in the print server configuration memory.

To assign a password to the print server in PCONSOLE, refer to your Novell documentation. Using this
program, first type in the password in the Print Server Password field, then retype the password in the
Password Retype field. The password is the same for all file servers assigned to the print server.

Password Retype
See above.

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Protocols

Setup NetWare (continued)

Preferred File Server


In this field, enter the name of the preferred file server for the print server. The preferred file server is the
server you want the unit to connect to first. This function lets you connect to the file server of choice rather
that having it search for a file server, which might bring up a server that is not your choice.

Preferred NDS Context


For Novell NetWare 4.x Directory Services users, enter the preferred NDS context. The preferred NDS
Context is only the Context name, whether typed or non-typed. Do not begin the context path with a trailing
period (.). You do not need to write a container name (print server name) because it was provided in the
name field above. A typed context example name is as follows:

Entire Context Context Name

ou=standard. ou=organization_1
or
ou=standard. ou=organization_1 (Konica)

Should you need help with this entry, see your system administrator.

Preferred NDS Tree


For Novell NetWare 4.x Directory Services, enter the preferred tree in this field. If you do not know the tree,
type WHOAMI at the DOS command line, then press Enter.

Print Queue Scan Rate


This option lets you modulate the time it takes for the Konica Network Management Utility to poll the
network for fresh print queues, by permitting polling in selected intervals. Enter an interval from 1 to 255
seconds.

Ethernet Frame Type


Use this option to select the appropriate frame type for your network. If you choose Auto-Sense, then the
frame type is automatically selected. Click on the radio button that matches your frame type or click on
Auto-Sense.

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Protocols

Setup NetWare (continued)

Disable Bindery
Click on this box to enable or disable Bindery Services for Novell NetWare 4.x and above. Bindery is
disabled when the check box is marked. When you disable Bindery, the print server will not support any of
the print servers on the Bindery file server.

If you have not entered a password already, you will need to enter one now in order to make any entries or
changes to this screen. The factory default password is "sysadm."

Click on [Accept Settings] when you are finished making your entries. This puts your new entries into
effect. Click on [Clear Inputs] to clear the entries you made or to revert to the previous settings.

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Using The MAP Utility


Protocols
Setup TCP/IP
This screen lets you update or change the TCP/IP configuration settings you entered for the print server.
Each field is described below.
IP Address
Type in the IP address for the print server if one is not listed on this screen. You can also enter the IP
address here if you do not have access to a rarp server. See your system administrator for the address.
Subnet Mask
Type in the Subnet mask for the print server if one is not listed on this screen. Enter the Subnet Mask here if
you have no access to a rarp server.
Default Gateway
Type in the default Gateway address, if required, to allow the print server to communicate with other
subnets. If you have no address, leave the field blank. See your system administrator for the Default
Gateway address.
Base Port Number
Enter the base number assigned to the print server. The default No. is 10000.
Enable DHCP
When the box is marked, KN-302 can obtain an IP address from a DHCP server automatically. (DHCP -
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.)
IP Address in NVRAM
When the box is marked, the KN-302 retains its IP address in RAM for future access.
Enable LPD Banner
When the box is marked, printers print out a banner page for each print job.
NIC Port

• PCL: PCL and compatible print jobs.

• PS: For PostScript print jobs.

• ASCII: For all ASCII and text print jobs.

Click on [Accept Settings] when you are finished making your entries. This puts your new entries into
effect. Click on [Clear Inputs] to clear the entries you made or to revert to the previous settings.

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Using The MAP Utility

Protocols

Setup AppleTalk

This screen lets you update or change the AppleTalk configuration settings you entered for the print server.
Each field on the configuration menu is described below.

Enable AppleTalk
Click on the check box to enable or disable AppleTalk as a print server protocol. When the check box is
marked, AppleTalk is enabled.

Printer Name
This is the name assigned to the print server on the AppleTalk network. By default, the name is
KN3_(serial_number). You can change the name to identify the print server for your network.

Zone Name
Identifies the zone in which the print server is located. Be sure to identify the correct zone; otherwise,
printing will not be possible.

Click on [Accept Settings] when you are finished making your entries. This puts your new entries into
effect. Click on [Clear Inputs] to clear the entries you made or to revert to the previous settings.

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Using The MAP Utility

Other
This section describes all the settings that are required to send test print jobs to the print server printer and
configure the print server status page.

Test Printer

The Test Printer menu lets you send a printer test to the print server port. If you want to send a printer test,
then choose the type of print job you want to send to the printer - PostScript or ASCII. Once you select the
print job type, click on [Start Test] to send the test print job. If you have not done so already, you will need
to enter a password before performing this function. The factory default password is "SYSADM."

Configure Status Page

The Status Page menu lets you select whether you want to send a status page to the printer each time you
power on the print server.

• When the check box for [Print Status Page on Startup] is marked, a status page will be sent to the printer each time you
power on the print server.

• When the check box is empty, a status page is not sent at power up.

• You also need to select the type of print job you want sent to the printer - a PostScript or ASCII print job. Click on the
appropriate radio button. If you want to send a status page to the printer immediately, then click on [Generate Now].

Click on [Accept Settings] when you are finished making your entries. This puts your new entries into
effect. Click on [Clear Inputs] to clear the entries you made or to revert to the previous settings.

Printer Status
The Printer Status page lets you view the current status of the printer and printer messages regardless of
whether an error was detected.

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Overview

Basically, the configuration function tells the Print Server which printers it is supporting. Configuration
procedures are performed using the PCONSOLE utility. To use the PCONSOLE utility, you must have
supervisor privileges.

Make sure your PCONSOLE version is not version 1.0, as the KN-302 cannot be configured with version 1.0.
Contact Novell if you need to upgrade your version of PCONSOLE.

• To configure the KN-302 for use with NetWare 4.x NetWare Directory Services, see p. 3-36.

• To configure the KN-302 for use with NetWare 4.x Bindery Emulation, see p. 3-49.

• To configure the KN-302 for use with NetWare 2.15 and 3.1x, see procedure starting on the next
page. Configuration on NetWare 2.15 or 3.1x requires the following basic steps:
1. Login to the network as Supervisor.

2. Start PCONSOLE.

3. Create a Print Queue to be serviced by the KN-302 (see next page).


This step may be skipped if you intend to use an already existing queue.

4. Create a new print server and enter the KN-302 print server name.

5. Configure the KN-302 print server.

6. Assign print queues to the KN-302 printer.

7. Set up the NOTIFY options for the KN-302 printer (optional).

Repeat the procedure for other file servers. When you are finished, turn the printer off and on
again. The printer creates a status report that indicates the file servers to which the unit is attached
and the queues which it services.

See the detailed procedure starting on the next page.

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Setting Up Print Queues

In the PCONSOLE Available Options menu you can make selections to display the list of current print
queues or create a new print queue to be served by the KN-302.

Display the list of Current Print Queues

1. From the Available Options menu shown below, select the Print Queue Information option.

Print Server Information

2. Press Enter to display the list of existing print queues.

Create A New Print Queue

1. From the Available Options menu, select Print Queue Information.

2. Press Enter to display the Print Queues list.

3. Press Insert to open the New Queue Name entry box.

4. Type the name you want to give the new queue, such as:

KN-302_Queue

5. Press Enter to add it to the list. Repeat the procedure to create as many queues as you need.

6. Press Esc when completed to back out to the Available Options Menu.

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Using PCONSOLE

Create and Enter the KN-302 Print Server Name


A print server takes the print jobs from queues and sends them to a KN-302 printer. Create a Print Server
name for the KN-302.

1. From the Available Options menu, select the Print Server Information option, then press Enter.

2. When the Print Servers menu displays, press the [INS] key to display the New Print Server Name entry
box, as shown in the illustration below.

3. Type the name of the KN-302 Print Server into the entry box.
First type KN3_, then type in the 6-digit serial number printed on the label on the network interface board,
then press Enter.
Example: KN3_317483

The KN-302 Print Server name is added to the list of Print Servers.

NOTE: If you wish to change the KN-302's default Novell Print Server name from "KN3_<serial number>" to a more
descriptive user-defined name, such as "My_Printer" you may do so now.

KN3_000009
KN3_000008
KN3_000007
KN3_000006
KN3_000005
KN3_317483
KN3_000004
KN3_000003
KN3_000002
KN3_000001
KN3_900000
KN3_900001

IMPORTANT: The Print Server name indicated above must match the name assigned to the KN-302 Novell
Print Server. (See Using The Konica MAP Utility on p. 3-28 to verify or edit the KN-302 Print Server Name.)

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Using PCONSOLE

Configure the KN-302 Print Server


4. Select the newly created KN-302 Novell Print Server (or a Print Server you wish to configure) from the
Print Servers box, then press Enter.

5. Select Print Server Configuration, then press Enter to display the Printer Server Configuration menu.

KN3_000009
KN3_000008
KN3_000007
KN3_000006
KN3_000005
KN3_000004
KN3_000003
KN3_000002

6. Select Printer Configuration from the Print Server Configuration Menu, then press Enter. The Config-
ured Printers menu displays.

Assign the KN-302 printer to Printer 0


in PCONSOLE.
Not Installed 0

7. Select "Not Installed [0]", then press Enter to


display the Printer 0 configuration screen
shown below.

8. Select "Name: 0
Printer 0", then press Printer 0
Enter. Backspace to
erase that default
printer name and assign
a descriptive name for
the printer, such as
IP-301, then press Enter.

9. Select "Type: Defined elsewhere"


then press Enter to display the next screen (see next page).

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Using PCONSOLE

Configure the KN-302 Print Server

10. When the Printer Types menu displays, select "Remote Other/Unknown" then press Enter. Make no
other changes unless you have the knowledge to do so.

11. When you have finished configuring each printer, then press [Esc] to exit, and when prompted, choose
Yes to save changes (see screen below). Make sure you return to the Print Server Configuration Menu.

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Using PCONSOLE

Assign Print Queues to KN-302 Printers

When you assign queues to the defined printers, you authorize the KN-302 Print Server to service these
queues.

Important: It is recommended that you assign print queues only to the KN-302 print server. Do not assign
one queue to two different print servers. If a queue is assigned to multiple print servers, print jobs may not
go to the KN-302 printer(s).

12. Choose Queues Serviced by Printer from the Print Server Configuration menu.

13. Select the appropriate printer from the list of Defined Printers, then press Enter. A screen (which should
be blank for the initial installation) appears.

Press the [INS] key to bring up a list of Available Queues for the KN-302 printer. See screen example below:

KN3_000009
KN3_000008
KN3_000007
KN3_000006
KN3_000005
KN3_000004

14. Choose a queue, and assign a priority level (from 1-high to 10-low) to the queue. It is recommended that
you accept the default priority level displayed.

15. Press Enter. The queue appears on the list for the selected printer.

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Using PCONSOLE

Assign Print Queues to KN-302 Printers

16. Press [INS] to enter additional queues. See screen example below.

17. When you have finished assigning the queues, press [Esc] and then choose YES to save the changes.

18. Continue pressing [Esc] to go back to the Print Server Configuration Menu.

If you do not want to set up Notify functions, press [Esc] and choose YES to save changes. You may repeat
the above procedure for other file servers.

If you wish to set up Notify functions, see Setting Up Notify Options for KN-302 Printer(s) on p. 3-30.

To verify that the KN-302 Print Server Name you just created matches the Novell Print Server Name,
continue to the next page.

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Using PCONSOLE

Using the Konica MAP Utility to Verify or Edit the KN-302 Print Server Name
Continuing from the previous page, verify that the New Novell Print Server Name is also the name indicated
on theKN-302's Print Server Name field for Novell NetWare.

1. First, select Setup NetWare from the Network Setup shown below.

Management Access Program KN3_317483

Network Setup

Server KN3_317483

System Protocols Printer

Reset Setup NetWare Test Printer

Factory Defaults Setup TCP/IP Configure Status Page

Unit Status Setup AppleTalk Printer Status

Network Address

Change Password

Home | Help | Unit Information

After selecting Setup NetWare, NetWare Configuration Menu displays.

2. Check the Print Server Name field. This field should match the Print Server name you created in
PCONSOLE. Edit as necessary.

(continue on next page)

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Using PCONSOLE
Using the Konica MAP Utility to Verify or Edit the KN-302 Print Server Name

3. When this is completed, edit the password and click on Accept Settings to store the new Configuration
settings in the KN-302 nonvolatile memory.
4. Power down the Konica Printing System and then power it back up to make the new settings effective.

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Using PCONSOLE

Setting Up Notify Options for KN-302 Printer(s) - Optional

The KN-302 supports enhanced Notify feature for printers, which notifies users or user groups of problems
occurring with a KN-302 print job, such as when the printer is off-line, jammed, open, out of paper, in need of
a reset, low on toner; or when it requires manual paper feed. Notify also informs users of a wrong form
loaded in the printer, and when there is a memory error, engine failure, or a higher priority print job from
another source.

1. Choose Notify List for Printer on the Print Server Configuration menu.
2. Select a printer from the Defined Printers list. The notification screen appears (which should be blank for
the initial installation).
3. Press [INS] to view a list of Notify Candidates.

KN-302

4. Select the user or group from the Notify Candidate list.


5. Set the first and next intervals in the Notify Intervals screen.
(It is recommended that you use the default settings.)

The first and next intervals determine how many seconds the network will wait before it notifies candidates
about a print job problem. The intervals specify how often, after the first notification, candidates will be
notified. Type in the number in seconds only for each interval, then press Enter.

6. Press [Esc] to exit the program.


7. Select YES when prompted to save changes. You may exit the PCONSOLE function or make changes to
your KN-302 configuration.

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Using PCONSOLE

Supporting Multiple File Servers

See Appendix for information on supporting multiple file servers. This includes information on passwords
for multiple file servers assigned to the KN-302 print server.

Status Page

The status page is formatted for PostScript printers and prints after self-tests and after power up of the KN-
302 print server. For text-based printers such as HP LaserJet, the status page prints the information shown
on the sample on the next page, as well as any PostScript codes.

If after the self-tests, the KN-302 unit cannot log into the file server or find a password, the status page
prints details of the problem and the solution.

Use the status page to check if the protocols you are using are defined for each KN-302 printer port. If a
protocol is not defined, first make sure the protocol is enabled. Protocols are enabled and disabled in the
Konica Network Management Utility.

Definition of Terms listed on the Status Page

1. Unit Serial Number - Serial number listed on the KN-302 board label.
Version - Version number of the KN-302 firmware.
2. Network Address - KN-302 physical address, used to install and configure KN-302 in a TCP/IP environ
ment and identify the unit Ethernet traces.
3. Network Topology - Ethernet Connector 10BaseT.
4. Network Speed - The speed of the connection, 10 vx. 100 Mega Bits.
5. Novell Network Information - Displays print server name, whether a password is defined, preferred file
server, directory services context and frame type.
6. Peer-to-Peer Information - Includes frame type and netword ID.
7. AppleTalk Network Information - KN-302 frame type, protocol address,
node number, and preferred AppleTalk Zone.
8. TCP/IP Network Information - Includes the frame type, protocol address (default is not configured, IP is
not assignied), subnet mask default is 255.0.0.0, and default gateway is 0.0.0.0.
9. Connection Information - The type of Ethernet connection you are using.

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Using PCONSOLE

(Sample Status Page)


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unit Serial Number: 841001 Version: 04.23

Network Address: 00:40:af:66:a9:48

Network Topology: Ethernet Connector: 10 Base T

Network Speed: 10 Mega Bits

Novell Network Information enabled

Print Server Name: OLD


Password Defined: no
Preferred File Server not defined
Directory Services Context not defined
Frame Type: Novell 802.3

Peer-to-Peer Information enabled

Frame Type: Novell 802.3


Network ID: 68

AppleTalk Network Information enabled

Frame Type: 802.2 SNAP ON 802.3


Protocol Address: NET Number 010 NodeNumber 19 SocketNumber 128
Preferred AppleTalk Zone: *

TCP/IP Network Information enabled

Frame Type: Ethernet II Protocol Address: 192.92.187.128


Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0 Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Novell Connection Information

Printer Name: QA2_0


File Server: QA2A
Queue: QA2 Priority: 1 Attached: Yes
No Notify Defined:
File Server: QA2B
Queue: QA2 Priority: 1 Attached: Yes
Notify (Job Owner) First: 60 Repeat: 60

AppleTalk Connection Information

AppleTalk Printer Name: OTS_841001

TCP/IP Connection Information


Port Number: 10001

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Overview

NetWare Directory Services (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 servers 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 on individually
defined physical sites. The result is greatly improved print server setup and management.

NetWare 4.x also provides backward compatibility for 2.x, 3.x and 4.x print service in Bindery emulation.

The Directory Information Base (DIB) is used to store information about servers and services, users,
printers, gateways, etc., and is a distributed database, allowing access to data anywhere on the network
wherever it is stored.

NetWare versions prior to 4.x provide the same data found in the DIB but the data is stored in the NetWare
Bindery. DIB was designed with more flexible access, more specific security, and, since it is distributed, it
was designed to be partitioned.

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

The Directory is backward-compatible with the NetWare Bindery through 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.

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Overview (continued)

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.

Konica Network Management Utility

The Konica Network Management Utility program provided with the KN-302 is used to configure the
context of the KN-302 Print Server.

Novell NWADMIN

The Novell NWADMIN (NetWare Administration) program is used to create the directory tree, print server,
printer and print queue objects within the tree. See procedure on p. 3-43.

Snap-in support for the NetWare administrator (NWADMIN) utility is provided for the print server. This
offers a single point of control for Administrators for NetWare Directory Services (NDS).

NWADMIN lets administrators manage the print server from a central location.

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Management Access Program - Management Access Program Home Page

File View Go Options Help

Server ò
KN3-317483 Ver. 1.04 IP-301 Konica KN-302
KN3-317690 Ver. 1.05 IP-301M Konica KN-302

Welcome to the Print Server Management Access


Program

This program uses IPX/SPX to communicate with the Print Servers.

To select a unit, click on a Print Server Identification in the drop down Server list.

To get the Print Server name (if different from the default ID), highlight the Print Server Identification and then
select "Show Detail" under the Options menu.

To get the detailed information for all listed Print Servers, select "Show All" under the Options menu. If there are
many Print Servers, this operation may take some time to complete.

For Help, press F1


NUM

The MAP Welcome Screen shown above is for your reference while configuring NetWare Directory
Services. The procedure starts on p. 3-40.

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Using the Konica Network Management Utility

Management Access Program KN3_317483

Network Setup

Server KN3_317483

System Protocols Printer

Reset Setup NetWare Test Printer

Factory Defaults Setup TCP/IP Configure Status Page

Unit Status Setup AppleTalk Printer Status

Network Address

Change Password

Home | Help | Unit Information

NOTE: you will be required to enter a password to perform most of the functions. The default factory password is "sysadm"
entered in lowercase.

The Network Setup shown above is for your reference while configuring NetWare Directory Services. The
procedure starts on p. 3-38.

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Using the Konica Network Management Utility

The NetWare Configuration Menu shown above is for your reference while configuring NetWare Directory
Services. The procedure starts on the next page.

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Using the Konica Network Management Utility


Follow the steps below to complete the configuration procedure using the Konica Network Management
Utility:

1. If you have not already done so, install the Konica Network Management Utility on your system (see
Installing the Konica Network Management Utility, p. 2-6). Make sure the Konica Printing system is
powered up and connected to the network.

2. Start the Konica MAP utility at a Windows workstation.


The “WELCOME” screen displays (see p. 3-35).

3. Select the KN-302 device you want to configure.

The displayed KN-302 device names are KN3_<serial Number>.

NOTE: The serial number is the 6-digit number located on the label attached to the KN-302 circuit board.

To display detailed information about the individual KN-302 device(s), select “Options” from the Network
Setup menu and then select “Show All”).

The selected KN-302 unit’s Network Setup menu appears. See p. 3-36.

4. Under the “Protocols” section of the Network Setup menu, click on “Setup NetWare.” The NetWare
Configuration Menu displays.

Refer to the menu screen illustration shown on the previous page, as you follow the steps shown below.

5. Make sure that the “Enable Netware” checkbox is checked. X


6. To change the default Novell Print Server name from “KN3_<serial number> to a more descriptive name,
edit the “Print Server Name” field. This name must match the Novell Print Server Object Name you will define
when creating the object with NWADMIN or PCONSOLE.

7. Leave “Print Server Password” and “Password Retype” fields blank, unless you plan to assign a pass-
word to the Novell Print Server. The password entered here must match the password you define when
creating the print server object in NWADMIN or PCONSOLE.

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8. In the “Preferred File Server:” field, enter the name of the Preferred File Server that you want the KN-302
Print Server to attach to first. This operation, in conjunction with listing all the file servers to be serviced on
this preferred file server, lets you connect directly to the file servers of choice rather than having the KN-302
search for all file servers it is to service (which may take a long time).

9. In the “Preferred NDS Context:” field, enter the preferred NDS context. The Preferred NDS Context refers
only to the context name, whether typed or non-typed. Do not begin the context path with a trailing period
(.). You do not need to write a container name (KN-302 Print Server Name) because it was provided in the
field above. See example below:

ou=standard.o=organization_1 (KONICA)

10. In the “Preferred NDS Tree” field, enter the preferred NDS tree name. If you don’t know what the tree
name is, type WHOAMI at the DOS prompt.

11. The “Print Queue Scan Rate” lets you select how often the KN-302 polls the Novell Netware queues to
see if any new print jobs need to be serviced. The default is one (1) second. Enter in the “Print Queue Scan
Rate” field a value between 1 and 255 seconds.

12. Select the “Ethernet Frame Type:” you want the KN-302 to use. If you select Auto-Sense, the correct
frame type is automatically selected.

13. Click on the “Disable Bindery:” checkbox if you want to disable Bindery Services. Bindery services is
disabled if the checkbox is marked. When you disable Bindery Services, the KN-302 will not support any of
the print servers on any Bindery file servers.

14. After completing the above steps, enter the password in the password field, using lowercase letters, then
click on “Accept Settings" to store the new configuration settings in the KN-302’s nonvolatile memory.
NOTE: The default password is “sysadm.”

These changes will not take effect until you power down the Konica Printing System, and then power it back
on.

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Using the NWADMIN Utility


See the steps below to complete the NWADMIN configuration. You will create printer, print server and print
queue objects; and assign, or associate, those objects with each other. You can keep Bindery resources on
any server under NetWare 4.x by declaring a SET statement in your AUTOEXEC.NCF file.

As an alternative to NWADMIN, NetWare offers PCONSOLE for those who prefer it. PCONSOLE can be
used to set up static information about print servers such as, which queues to service, and whom to notify
in the event of a problem. See Novell NetWare documentation for more information about the use of
PCONSOLE for NDS.

Create Printer Object


1. Click the NWADMIN icon in NetWare Tools group in Windows. NetWare Administrator window displays.
To bring up your Directory Tree, open a Browser window by clicking the Tools menu item and selecting
Browse.

2. Highlight the Organizational Unit or Organization where you want to create the print service in the
Directory Tree, select the Object item from Network Setup and choose Create.

NOTE: In NWADMIN, you can create objects another way by selecting an Organizational Unit, clicking on the right
mouse button to display a pop-up menu, clicking on Create, then using the left mouse button to display the New Object
window.

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3. When the New Object window appears, scroll down the Class of New Object icon list, select the Printer
icon and click on the OK button.

KBM

4. When the Create Printer window appears, type a value in the Printer Name field and click on the Create
button.

Create Print Server Object

1. Again, highlight the Organizational Unit, select the Object item from the menu and choose Create.

2. At the New Object window, scroll down the Class of New Object icon list, select the Print Server icon,
and click on the OK button.

3. At the Create Print Server window, type a value in the Print Server Name field and click on the Create
button. The Print Server Name must match the name that is entered in the KN-302's Print Server Name field
(see Step 6, p. 3-50).

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Using the NWADMIN Utility

Create Print Queue Object

1. Once again, highlight the Organizational Unit, select the Object item from the menu and choose Create.

2. At the New Object window, scroll down the Class of New Object icon list, select the Print Queue icon,
and click on the OK button.

3. At the Create Print Queue screen, click on the Directory Service Queue button, then type in values for
Print Queue Name and Print Queue Volume and click on the Create button.

If you do not know the Print Queue Volume name (the hard drive you will be accessing), click on the icon to
the right of the volume field. The Select Object window will appear with the volume listed in Objects. If the
volume is not listed, scroll the Directory Context items until you find the volume where you want the queue
to reside.

Click on the object (hard drive) of your choice and it will appear in the Selected Object field. Click on the OK
button. The full volume will now appear in the Print Queue Volume field. Finally, click on the Create button.

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Assign Printer Object


1. Go to the Directory Tree.

2. Double click on the printer object just created and bring up the Printer window. See below.

3. Find the Assignments button on the right-side of the window.

4. When the screen appears, click the Add button.

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5. When the Select Object window appears, find the print queue object just created among the choices
listed in the Objects box and select it.

6. Click on the OK button and the print queue just created is added to the Print Queues box in the Printer
window. Click on the OK button again.

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Assign Print Server Object


1. At the Directory Tree, double click on the print server object you just created and bring up the Print
Server window.

2. At the Print Server window, click on the Assignments button and Add button to bring up the Select
Object window.

3. Select the printer object created from the Objects box and click on OK. The printer (with its context)
appears in Printers box of the Print Server window.

4. Click on the OK button.

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Check Assignments
1. At the Directory Tree, double click the Print Queue object just created.

2. At the Print Queue window, click on Assignments.

If you configured the print queue and printer correctly they will appear in the proper boxes on the Print
Queue window.

3. Press the Cancel button.

Power Cycle the Printer

NWADMIN configuration is complete. Before you can begin printing, be sure to power cycle the Konica
Printing System.

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Overview

Novell’s NetWare 4.0x can operate in the Bindery Services Emulation mode and NetWare Directory Services
(NDS) mode (see NetWare Directory Services to configure the print server in this mode).

While Bindery Emulation services and NDS services run simultaneously and transparently to each other, the
print server may be configured to operate with Bindery Services mode only, as described in this section; or
with NDS only. When configured under NDS, the print server will also service older file servers operating in
bindery mode.

NOTE: If the Bindery Services mode is not running, the print server will be unable to find its file servers, and the status page
will indicate that the Novell NetWare protocol is not active.

Before installing the print server on a Novell NetWare 4.x server in Bindery Emulation mode, first check to be
sure the server has Bindery Context by using the Confirming Bindery Context procedure on the next page.

If the server does not have Bindery Context, the Novell administrator must execute either a SET command
from the console prompt, or, modify the AUTOEXEC.NCF file to include the proper SET command and
restart the server.

NOTE: The command entered from the console prompt takes effect immediately, whereas, the definition in the autoexec
file takes effect only when the server is shut down and then restarted.

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Using PCONSOLE

Confirming Bindery Context

Perform the following steps to determine if the server has Bindery Context:

1. Login to the server as ADMIN.

2. At the prompt, perform a DOS TYPE of Z:\SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF.

3. When the file displays, look to see if you have a statement similar to

SET BINDERY CONTEXT=O=<Name>

Where =O=<Name> is a sample name for the file server context.


Use your own file server context in place of =O=<Name>.

<Name> is the designation for the Server Context, and is obtained by starting PCONSOLE. The Server
Context name is displayed in the upper left corner of the Available Options menu screen.

4. If no such name statement in on the screen, you must add that statement to enable the KN-302 to work. In
that case, exit from PCONSOLE and use a DOS text editor to add the following statement to the
AUTOEXEC.NCF file:

SET BINDERY CONTEXT =O=KONICA_CORP

5. After adding the statement to the AUTOEXEC.NCF file, you must power down the server and restart it for
the changes to take effect.

Or, as an alternative method, the network administrator can type the SET command at the Server console
to make changes immediately. In this case, any changes will be in effect until the server is powered down
and restarted again.

Important: The command at the console prompt takes effect immediately, whereas, the definition in the
autoexec file takes effect only when the server is shut down and then restarted.

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Using PCONSOLE

Once you confirm the server has Bindery Context, you can configure the KN-302 using the PCONSOLE
procedure shown below. Use the function keys located at the bottom of the screen to configure the KN-302.

Configuring NetWare 4.0x Bindery Emulation requires the following steps:

1. Start PCONSOLE.
2. Select Bindery Mode.
3. Select Quick Setup option.
4. Enter the print server, printer, and queue names.
5. Enter the printer TYPE name.
6. Add to the print server and queue lists.

Note: If you encounter any errors during installation, try logging out and logging in again.

Start PCONSOLE

1. Login to the network as ADMIN, type PCONSOLE, then press Enter. The screen below appears.

Available Options

Print Queues
Printers
Print Drivers
Quick Setup
Change Context

Select Bindery Mode

2. When the Available Options menu appears, press the [F4] key for the Bindery Mode.

NOTE: If you receive a message asking you to login to a server with Bindery connections, that server may not have its
Bindery Mode enabled. To confirm the enabled condition, use the Confirm Bindery Context procedure; otherwise, log
onto a server that you know has Bindery Services activated.

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Select Quick Setup Option

3. From the Available Options screen, select Quick Setup and press Enter.

Available Options

Print Queues
Printers
Print Drivers
Quick Setup
Change Context

NOTE: Use Quick Setup to connect your print server, print queue and printer correctly. You can modify these later, if
necessary.

Enter Print Server, Printer and Queue Names

4. When Print Services Quick Setup window appears, enter the print server name using the [F3] key.

5. Type in the Print Server name using the format KN-3_<serial number>.
The serial number is located on the label attached to the KN-302 board.

6. Press Enter to display the screen shown below. Tab down to the New Printer name field, enter a name, and
press Enter. Then tab down to the New print queue name field, enter a name, and press Enter.

KN3_123456

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Enter Printer Type Name

7. Tab down to the Printer type field, and press Enter.

8. When the pop-up window appears, select the Other/Unknown option.

9. Press Enter to select your choice. With all your choices now selected, press the [F10] (Save) key to save
your configuration.

Follow the previous steps to configure all the servers connected to KN-302 units on the network.

Add to Print Server and Queue Lists

10. If you need to view, add, delete or modify print servers or print queues after your initial setup, select
either Print Queues or Print Servers from the Available Options screen. Either selection will call up informa-
tion screens from which you can view or modify more choices.

• On the Print Queues Information screen you can select from Print Jobs, Status, Attached Print Servers,
Information, Users, Operators, and Print Server choices.

• On the Print Server Information screen, you can select from Printers, Information and Status, Users,
Operators, Description, Password and Audit items.

In about 15 seconds, the network software initializes, and you are ready to print. If the green LED does not
go on at any time, try plugging the power cord into another wall outlet. If it still does not power on, phone
the Konica Digital Lab at 1 (800) 825-5664.

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Supporting Multiple File Servers

See Appendix section for information on supporting multiple file servers. This includes information on
passwords for multiple file servers assigned to the KN-302 print server.

Status Page

The status page is formatted for PostScript printers and prints after self-tests and after power up of the KN-
302 print server. For text-based printers such as HP LaserJet, the status page prints the information shown
on the sample on the next page, as well as any PostScript codes. If after the self-tests, the KN-302 unit
cannot log into the file server or find a password, the status page prints details of the problem and the
solution.

Use the status page to check if the protocols you are using are defined for each KN-302 printer port. If a
protocol is not defined, first make sure the protocol is enabled. Protocols are enabled and disabled in the
Konica Network Management Utility.

Definition of Terms listed on the Status Page

1. Unit Serial Number - Serial number listed on the KN-302 board label.
Version - Version number of the KN-302 firmware.
2. Network Address - KN-302 physical address, used to install and config
ure KN-302 in a TCP/IP environment and identify the unit Ethernet traces.
3. Network Topology - Ethernet Connector 10BaseT.
4. Network Speed - The speed of the connection, 10 vx. 100 Mega Bits.
5. Novell Network Information - Displays print server name, whether a
password is defined, preferred file server, directory services context and
frame type.
6. Peer-to-Peer Information - Includes frame type and netword ID.
7. AppleTalk Network Information - KN-302 frame type, protocol address,
node number, and preferred AppleTalk Zone.
8. TCP/IP Network Information - Includes the frame type, protocol address
(default is not configured, IP is not assignied), subnet mask default is
255.0.0.0, and default gateway is 0.0.0.0.
9. Connection Information - The type of Ethernet connection you are using.

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(Sample Status Page)


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unit Serial Number: 841001 Version: 04.23

Network Address: 00:40:af:66:a9:48

Network Topology: Ethernet Connector: 10 Base T

Network Speed: 10 Mega Bits

Novell Network Information enabled

Print Server Name: OLD


Password Defined: no
Preferred File Server not defined
Directory Services Context not defined
Frame Type: Novell 802.3

Peer-to-Peer Information enabled

Frame Type: Novell 802.3


Network ID: 68

AppleTalk Network Information enabled

Frame Type: 802.2 SNAP ON 802.3


Protocol Address: NET Number 010 NodeNumber 19 SocketNumber 128
Preferred AppleTalk Zone: *

TCP/IP Network Information enabled

Frame Type: Ethernet II Protocol Address: 192.92.187.128


Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0 Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Novell Connection Information

Printer Name: QA2_0


File Server: QA2A
Queue: QA2 Priority: 1 Attached: Yes
No Notify Defined:
File Server: QA2B
Queue: QA2 Priority: 1 Attached: Yes
Notify (Job Owner) First: 60 Repeat: 60

AppleTalk Connection Information

AppleTalk Printer Name: OTS_841001

TCP/IP Connection Information

Port Number: 10001

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When To Define A Primary File Server

The procedure for defining a primary file server starts on the next page. A primary file server should be
defined only if you have a very large network tied into many different sites with several file servers. This
procedure is performed with the PCONSOLE utility in the File Servers To Be Serviced option, details of
which start on the next page.

If you do not wish to define a primary file server, go directly to the PCONSOLE configuration procedure for
your particular NetWare version.

The following information describes the effect on your system when a primary file server is defined and not
defined.

When a primary file server is defined -

• File servers require no more than a 1/4 second propagation delay.

• Minimum of two file servers can be placed on the file server list.

• The KN-302 searches for the primary server, starting with the servers that are closest (0 hops), and
works its way outward to amaximum of four hops.

When the KN-302 finds a primary file server, the print server -

• Stops searching for other servers.

• Reads the list of servers in NetWare’s PCONSOLE

• Attempts to attach to every server on the list, wherever located.

When a primary file server is not defined -

• File servers require no more that a 1/4 second propagation delay

• The KN-302 has a maximum limit of 16 file servers

• The KN-302 searches for file servers that are four hops or less away. The four hops that KN-302
searches are the four LAN segments directly connected to the first workstation or server.

NOTES:
1. The propagation delay is the time it takes for a packet of data to go from the file
server to the KN-302 unit.
2. A hop is a step in the data transmission from one node (a workstation or server)
through an intermediate node.

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How To Define A Primary File Server

Before performing the following procedure, please read the information on the previous page.

To use PCONSOLE you must have supervisor or administrator rights.

1. To start PCONSOLE, login to the network as Supervisor or ADMIN.

2. Type PCONSOLE, then press Enter.

3. Choose Print Server Information on the Available Options menu or Print Servers (for NetWare 4.0 users),
then press Enter to display the Print servers menu.

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4. When the list of Print Servers appears, highlight the KN-302 Print Server you are configuring, then press
Enter.

5. When the Print Server Information menu appears, choose Print Server Configuration, then press Enter.

KN3_100001
KN3_100002
KN3_100003
KN3_100004
KN3_100005
KN3_100006
KN3_100007
KN3_100008
KN3_100009
KN3_100000

6. Choose File Servers to be Serviced, then press Enter.


For NetWare 4.0 users, select Serviced NetWare Servers, then press Enter.

KN3_100001
KN3_100002
KN3_100003
KN3_100004
KN3_100005
KN3_100006
KN3_100007
KN3_100008
KN3_100009
KN3_100000

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NetWare Configuration

Primary File Server

How To Define A Primary File Server

7. When the File Servers To Be Serviced (or Serviced NetWare Servers for NetWare 4.0) menu appears,
select the file server you want as the primary file server.

If the file servers (minimum of 2) displayed under the File Servers To Be Serviced menu are the ones you
want to use as your primary file server, then this step is completed. You may now configure the KN-302 print
server using the configuration procedure for your NetWare version.

8. If the file servers displayed under the File Servers To Be Serviced menu are not the ones you want to use
as your primary file server, press the Enter key for all selections and then press the [Esc] key to save these
choices.

Once you have chosen your primary file server(s), you are ready to configure the KN-302 print server using
the configuration procedure for your NetWare version.

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Section 4: AppleTalk Configuration
and Administration Program
AppleTalk Configuration & Administration Program
Overview
This section explains how to configure and use the AppleTalk Administration Program so that printing can
be performed from a Macintosh system.

The AppleTalk Administration Program is used to perform the following functions:

q Change the network zone and/or change printer names for KN-302 printers.

q Assist Konica Customer Support diagnose problems.

Enabling the AppleTalk Protocol


The AppleTalk protocol must be enabled before printing can be performed.

Use the Konica Network Management Utility for Windows to check or to enable the AppleTalk protocol.

Refer to Chapter 3, NetWare Configuration for more details.

Configuration for AppleTalk


q Print to the Konica Printing System by using Chooser to select the network and printer.

q The Konica Printing System is found in Chooser as KN-302<serial_number> 1, where 1 stands for
the printer connected to parallel [port 1].

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Choosing the Printer

The following procedure describes how to choose the printer using Apple's Chooser utility.

1. Click on the Apple icon.

2. Select Chooser to display the Chooser screen.


Chooser

Select a LaserWriter:

&& KN2_123456
#xxxxxx 1
LaserWriter 8 #xxxxxx 2
#xxxxxx1
#xxxxxx 2
AppleTalk Zones: #xxxxxx 1
#xxxxxx 2
App_TEST
Corporate
Konica
Engineering Background Printing
Setup--- On Off

NOTE: The Chooser screen above will show AppleTalk zones only if your network has more than one zone.

3. Select LaserWriter 8, then choose KN2_123456 from the list of available printers.

4. Click on Setup AppleTalk, then click on Select PPD . . . .

5. Highlight the proper PPD file for your Konica Printer.

Example: 7050_US.PPD

6. Click on Select.

7. When finished, click on OK, then close the Chooser Utility.

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How To Access the AppleTalk Administration Program

The Macintosh AppleTalk Administration Program CDROM is supplied with the KN-302.

1. Copy the NIManage Program on the Macintosh AppleTalk Administration Program CDROM to a folder.
For example, place the program in a folder called Utility.

2. Double click on the NIManage Program icon when it appears on the desktop. The Zone and KN-302
Device Dialog menu appears.

If your network has no zones, choose only from the KN-302 Device field, as no Zone field is displayed.

3. Select the Zone that has the KN-302 device you want to administer.
Available KN-302 devices on that Zone appear in the KN-302 Device field.

4. Select the KN-302 Device you want to use.

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AppleTalk Configuration & Administration Program

Configuring the KN-302 Print Server

Use the options added to the menu bar to configure the print server. Depending on your printer, certain
functions may appear grayed out, which indicates that they cannot be selected.

q Use Printer Setup to configure your KN-302 for PostScript printers.

q Use Reset to perform a full reset of the KN-302 unit. When you select Reset from the KN-302
menu, the KN-302 resets automatically.

q Use Configuration to change the KN-302 device name, and the AppleTalk Zone name; and also
view the KN-302 configuration features. You can change the KN-302 default name to another one
you may prefer. Be sure to recycle the power to the KN-302 Off, then On; otherwise, the changes
you made will not occur.

When you choose Configuration the following screen appears:


Configuration
Device Type: KN-302

Serial Number: 123456

Name: KN-302

AppleTalk Zone: Konica

1. To change the print server device name, click on the name displayed, then enter the new name.

2. To change the AppleTalk Zone, click on the zone displayed. A menu displays all available zones.

3. Select the new zone from the menu.

4. Click on OK when you have finished viewing this screen or when you are done making changes.

5. Turn off the printer and then turn it on again to make the changes take effect. The status sheet should
identify the new printer name and the new zone preference.

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Configuring the KN-302 Print Server

Error Log

The Error Log function is used to view a log of events that the KN-302 unit has registered. The log contains
information as well as errors.

Customer Support may need the information on this screen if your Print Server encounters problems.

When you choose the Error Log function, a screen containing the text of the log is displayed. You can print
the error log contents by using the Print option under the File menu.

To save the contents of the error log, do one of the following:

q Use Save As option from the File menu to save the entire log file.

q Use Edit option to cut, copy, and paste some or all of the log file.

NOTE: This does not enter data into the error log itself. The data is cleared each time the printer is power cycled.

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Printer Setup

When you choose this option, the following screen appears:

KN-302 #123456 1

KN-302
This Port Not Available

KN-302
This Port Not Available

KN-302
This Port Not Available

This Port Not Available

Port Number
Identifies the KN-302 port.

PostScript
Identifies whether the printer connected to the port is PostScript or not.
If the printer is PostScript, YES is chosen. Only PostScript printers appear in the Chooser. Non-PostScript
printers cannot be used by AppleTalk users.

Printer Name
The Name assigned to the KN-302 printer. If there is no entry or if you want to change the name, then click
on the box and type in the printer name.

1. Click on OK when you finish viewing the configuration or making changes.

2. After making your selections, recycle power to the KN-302 by turning it Off, then On; otherwise changes
will not occur.

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Printer Setup

Protocol Setup For TCP/IP Users


Protocol Setup is used to set up the protocols on the unit when you do not have access to a Novell NetWare
server or workstation.

q Be sure to turn On the protocols you want to use. It is recom-


mended that you turn Off the protocols you are not using.

q TCP/IP users must also enter the IP address, Subnet Mask, and
Default Gateway. Entering a value for the Default Gateway enables
the KN-302 to communicate with other Subnets.

q If KN-302 does not have an IP Address/Subnet Mask established when you display
the Protocol Setup screen, the information in the IP Address and Subnet Mask fields will be
incorrect.

q Enter the correct IP Address and Subnet Mask.


If incorrect values are supplied, TCP/IP will not be enabled.
In that case, you will not be alerted with an error message.

q After you select protocols, be sure to recycle the KN-302 power by


turning it Off, then On; otherwise changes will not be made. After
choosing the item on the menu, the following screen displays.

Protocol Setup

Protocol On Off IP Address :

NetWare • o
Subnet Mask :
TCP/IP • o
Vines o •
Default Gateway :
DEC Lat o •

NOTE: The default values for the IP address and Subnet Mask are shown as zeros. However, this represents a “no IP Address”
condition, not an IP Address.

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How To Access The HTTP Server With An IP Browser

Access to the HTTP Server allows you to perform all print server functions.

Use the following procedure to access HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) with your favorite IP Browser,
such as Netscape or Microsoft Internet Explorer.

1. Assign an IP address to the KN-302.


(See TCP/IP Users on the previous page.

2. Start the IP Browser you normally use.

When the Browser is up and running, type http:// followed by the IP address of the unit in the Location
field at the top of the Browser screen, or by going to File at the menu bar and choosing Open Location.
Example: For a unit with an IP address of 199.9.200.200, type:
http://199.9.200.200

Control Options

When you have no access to Novell NetWare, Control Options can be used to enable or disable the display
of the Power-on Status Page.

q When enabled, the Power-on Status Page prints after your


KN-302-attached printer is turned on. The default is the ON
(enable) position.

q When you choose Options from the KN-302 menu, the following
Control Options screen appears:

Control Options

Status Sheets:

• Enable Powerup Display


O Disable Display

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Section 5: UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP

Overview

The following pages explain how to configure the Konica Print Server and your network for use with TCP/
IP communication in various environments.

Independent setup and installation procedures are provided for Windows systems and for most popular
UNIX systems.

The Konica Print Server TCP/IP capability will also operate with lpr spoolers on other systems, and with
spooler/supervisor capabilities that communicate raw print jobs to the Print Server TCP/IP Port.

This port number defaults to 10001, but may be changed to any desired number using the Konica Network
Management Utility.

You can use Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol for delivering IP addresses to hosts through an IP
network.

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a protocol for network management services.

SNMP is supported for Management Information Base (MIB) II over IP for the print servers. This support
allows you to query MIB II to get system information about the print server.

Installation in a Windows Environment

Several versions and variations of Microsoft Windows may be used on NetWare and/or TCP/IP networks,
as well as on native Microsoft Windows network. This flexibility allows various options for setting up the
network printing system even though this Konica Print Server does not support Netbeui.

• If the Windows workstations are connected to a NetWare network, configure the printer interfaces for
NetWare, and use standard Windows/NetWare utilities to provide access to the printer.

• If NetWare is not to be used, the users may access the printer using TCP/IP. This section describes
installation under Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95, and Windows NT.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP

Windows for Workgroups

UNIX Printing with TCP/IP requires that the workstation have TCP/IP capability; or that the workstation
can share an lpr queue on a Windows NT server (for example) that has one. In general, if printers are not
shared, an lpr queue must be created on each workstation from which printing is initiated. See Windows
documentation about sharing printers.

Windows for Workgroups does not normally come with TCP/IP. However, various TCP/IP facilities are
available for Windows for Workgroups workstations, including a free TCP/ IP stack provided by Microsoft.
Third party lpr spoolers are available.

The following instructions are based on the Microsoft TCP/IP stack and a shareware lpr application that is
available from various sources, including the Konica Print Server manufacturer.

• You will need files WFWTCP32.zip and WFWTCP32.txt for TCP/IP, and files WLPRS41.zip and
wlprspl.txt for lpr.

• You will need the BOOTPL.exe file if you wish to use the BOOTP Lite program to set up IP parameters.
The BOOTPL.exe file is located on the Konica Network Management Utility CDROM.

• WFWTCP32.zip, WLPRS41.zip, and BOOTPL.exe are both available for downloading from the Konica
WEB server located at: http://www.kbm.com.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Windows for Workgroups

Installing TCP/IP

To set up TCP/IP on the workstations, follow the instructions in the text file for the TCP/IP stack. These
instructions are part of the self-exploding files that you downloaded from the Web site. They are the
copyright of Microsoft and cannot be included here.

Loading the lpr Spooler

The Windows lpr Spooler Version 4.1 (wlprspl.txt), provides detailed instructions for decompressing and
installing the shareware lpr spooler.

Setting Up The Konica Print Server

The Konica Print Server must be given an IP address and routing information before being used with TCP/
IP.

This can be accomplished with Konica Printer Management for Windows if you have a NetWare connection
on your network, or with Apple Administration Program for Macintosh if there is an Apple Macintosh on
the network.
Follow the instructions for these programs provided in Section 3 or Section 4 (see Note).

NOTE: If you cannot use these programs, you can use either the BOOTP Lite program described on p. 5-5 or the ARP procedure
described on p. 5- 6.

Procedure prior to running these programs:

1. Install the Konica Print Server in your printer.

2. Power -up the printer.

3. Keep the status sheet handy for the Ethernet (MAC) address.
It should show that TCP/IP is enabled, but that the Protocol address is not configured.

NOTE: If the unit already has an IP address, the IP Address procedures on the following pages will not be required.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP

Windows for Workgroups

Assigning IP Address with BOOTP Lite

This procedure uses the BOOTP protocol. The Konica Print Server must be on the same network segment
as the workstation that you are using to configure it. The TCP/IP stack must be installed and operating.

The BOOTPL.exe program works with a 16 Bit TCP/IP Stack (FTP, NetManage, B&W, or WFWG).

1. Reset the print server.

NOTE: The BOOTP request is for a finite period of time. The print server must be freshly reset for this to work.

2. From Program Manager under File, select Run \windows\ BOOTPL.exe.

3. Pull down the Admin menu to Configure option.

4. Enter the IP address (you want to assign to the Konica Print Server);
the Subnet Mask ( matching what you are using on your subnet); the Default Gateway (your router's IP
address); the MAC address of the Konica Print Server (Hardware Address, listed on the Status sheet as
Ethernet Address). Use colons as delimiters as shown on the status sheet rather than the dashes that Win-
dows uses.

5. Click on Go. You will get a message that the program is Verifying, and then it will tell you whether the
unit is active or not.

6. Wait for about five minutes for the Konica Print Server to reset. The Status sheet should report the
newly entered IP information.

7. Enter the MS/DOS box. At the command prompt enter:

ping [IP address of Konica Print Server]

Continue until you get a reply. If you get no response, verify that TCP/IP is enabled on the status sheet. If
the IP information is not displayed on the sheet, then repeat the above procedure.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP

Windows for Workgroups

Assigning IP Address with ARP

Use the following procedure to use ARP to configure the IP address.

1. From Windows, enter the MS/DOS box.

2. At the command prompt enter:

(a) ping [any valid IP address on your network - not the print server].
The identified unit should reply. If you do not ping the network, the
arp cache will be empty (no static entries), and you will receive an
error 2 message (after performing the next step).

(b) arp -s [IP address of Konica Print Server]


[MAC Address of Konica Print Server]
The entry should be accepted. You will receive an error 3 message
if Konica's Remote Access Software (RAS) is installed.

(c) ping [IP address of Konica Print Server].


The request should time out.

3. Recycle the power on the print server. The Konica Print Server will produce a status page that should
include the entered IP address.

4. When the Konica Print Server is up again, type the following at the command prompt:

(a) ping [IP address of Konica Print Server]


Continue until you get a reply.

NOTE: This only enters the IP address. You must use the Konica Network Management Utility to enter the other IP parameters.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Windows for Workgroups

Creating an lpr Queue on the Workstation

Once you install the spooler onto the workstation, the setup program will create a group and icon.

1. Double click on the spooler icon.

2. Click on setup, and define a new queue.

3. At the Remote Host Name prompt, enter the Konica Print Server IP Address, and enter PORT1 for the
Remote Printer Name.

4. Go to Control Panel, Printers, and choose Connect.

5. Select your driver and click on Next.


At this point, you should see an entry for your Windows lpr Spooler's printer in the “Available ports”
listing. For example:

C:\SPOOL\PRINTER_NAME.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Microsoft Windows 95

Windows 95 comes with a TCP/IP stack. To print with this protocol, a client also requires an lpr utility.
This program is available from various sources. The lpr queue can be created on each workstation or the lpr
queue can be created on one workstation and shared on the network. Windows 95 workstations can also
share a lpr printer installed on an Windows NT server on the network.

The following instructions are based on a shareware lpr application that is available from various sources,
including the Konica Print Server manufacturer. You will need the wlprs41.zip and wlprspl.txt for the lpr.

If you wish to use the BOOTP Lite program, you will also need the ntBOOTP.exe file. The ntBOOTP.exe
files provided on the Konica Network Management Utility CDROM. ntBOOTP.exe and WLPRS41.zip are
also available for downloading from the Konica WEB server located at http://www.kbm.com.

Loading the lpr Spooler

The Windows lpr Spooler Version 4.1 (wlprspl.txt), provides detailed instructions for decompressing and
installing the shareware lpr spooler.

Setting up the Konica Print Server

The Konica Print Server must be given an IP address and routing information to be used with TCP/IP. This
can be done with Konica Network Management Utility for Windows if you have a NetWare connection on
your network, or with Apple Administration Program for Macintosh if there is an Apple Macintosh on the
network. Instructions for these programs are in Section 3 or Section 4. If you cannot use these programs,
you can use either thentBOOTP program or the ARP procedure.

1. Install the Konica Print Server in your printer.

2. Power up the printer.

Keep the status sheet handy for the Ethernet (MAC) address. It should show that TCP/IP is enabled but that
the Protocol address is not configured. If the unit already has an IP address, these procedures will not work.
Use the ntBOOTP Program or any standard Internet Web Browser to change the IP parameters.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP

Microsoft Windows 95

Assigning IP Address with ntBOOTP

This procedure uses the BOOTP protocol. The Konica Print Server must be on the same network segment
as the workstation that you are using to configure it, and the TCP/IP stack must be installed and operating.
Use ntBootp instead of ARP to configure the IP address.

You may provide the IP address and other IP parameters to the Konica Print Server on 32 Bit TCP/IP Stack
(Windows NT & Windows 95) using the ntBOOTP.exe program. You must store the file in the Windows
directory.

1. Reset the print server.

NOTE: The BOOTP request is for a finite period of time. The print server must be freshly reset for this to work.

2. From Program Manager under File, select Run ntBOOTP.exe.

3. Pull down the Admin menu to Configure option.

4. Enter the IP address that you want to assign to the Konica Print Server, its Subnet Mask (make sure it
matches what you are using on your subnet), Default Gateway (your router's IP address), and the MAC
address of the Konica Print Server (Hardware Address, listed on the Status sheet as Ethernet Address). Use
colons as delimiters as shown on the status sheet rather than the dashes Windows uses.

5. Click on Go.

6. Wait about five minutes. The Konica Print Server should recycle and produce a status sheet showing the
IP parameters you have just entered.

7. Pull down the Admin menu to Verify. You should get a message back stating that the Unit is Active. If you
do not get this message, verify that TCP/IP is enabled on the status sheet.

8. When you get a response that your unit is active, you should be able to ping the Konica Print Server.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Microsoft Windows 95

Assigning IP Address With ARP


1. From Windows, enter the MS/DOS box. At the command prompt enter:

(a) ping [any valid IP address on your network - not the print server].
The identified unit should reply.
(b) arp -s [IP address of Konica Print Server] and [MAC Address].
The entry should be accepted.
(c) ping [IP address of the Konica Print Server].
Request should time out.

2. Recycle the power on the printer, or let the Konica Print Server reset itself. The Konica Print Server will
produce a status page that should include the entered IP address.

3. When the Konica Print Server is up again, at the command prompt, enter:
ping [IP address of Konica Print Server]
Continue until you get a reply.

NOTE: This only enters the IP address. Use the ntBOOTP Program or any standard Internet Web Browser to change the IP
parameters.

Setting up lpr on the Workstation

Once the spooler is installed on the workstation, the setup program will create a group and icon.

1. Double click on the spooler icon.


2. Click on setup, and define a new queue.
3. For Remote Host Name, enter the IP Address; for Remote Printer Name, enter PORT1. You should be
able to print via the spooler.

4. Go to Settings.
5. Select Printers.
6. Choose Add Printer.
7. Click on Next.
8. Select your driver, and click on Next.

At this point, you should see an entry for your Windows lpr Spooler's printer in the “Available ports” listing
displayed as, for example:

C:\SPOOL\PRINTER_NAME

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Windows NT Instructions

Windows NT (version 3.5 or higher) comes with TCP/IP and lpr capabilities, although these must be
installed when the unit is configured. You must install the TCP/IP Protocol, Simple TCP/IP Services, and
Microsoft TCP/IP UNIX Printing prior to entering the network printer on the workstation.

NOTE: Once you have lpr installed on a Windows NT Server workstation and have allowed printer sharing,
other workstations may use the printer through the Microsoft Windows Network without having to have
separate lpr queues installed on each workstation.

Setting Up the Konica Print Server

The Konica Print Server must be given an IP address and routing information before being used with TCP/
IP.

This can be done with Konica Network Management Utility for Windows if you have a NetWare connection
on your network, or with Apple Administration Program for Macintosh if there is an Apple Macintosh on
the network.

If you cannot use these programs, you can use either the ntBOOTP program or the ARP procedure. To use
ntBOOTP, you will need the ntBOOTP.exe file. This file is on the Konica Network Management Utility for
Windows CDROM supplied with the Konica Print Server, and can be downloaded from Konica's WEB
Server located at the following address:
http://www.konicabt.com

1. Install the Konica Print Server in your printer.

2. Power up the printer.

NOTE: Keep the status sheet handy for the Ethernet (MAC) address. It should show that TCP/IP is enabled but that the Protocol
address is not configured. If the unit already has an IP address, these procedures will not work. Use the ntBOOTP Program or any
standard Internet Web Browser to change the IP parameters.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Windows NT Instructions

Assigning IP Address with ntBOOTP

This procedure uses the BOOTP protocol. The Konica Print Server must be on the same network segment
as the workstation that you are using to configure it, and the TCP/IP stack must be installed and operating.

You may provide the IP address and other IP parameters to the printer's Konica Print Server on 32-Bit
TCP/IP Stack (Windows NT & Windows 95) using the ntBOOTP.exe program. You will have to store the
file in the Windows directory. You can use ntBOOTP Lite to configure the IP address instead of ARP.

1. Reset the print server.

NOTE: The BOOTP request is for a finite period of time. The print server must be freshly reset for this to work.

2. From Windows Program Manager under File, select Run ntBOOTP.exe.

3. Pull down the Admin menu to Configure option.

4. Enter the IP address that you want to assign to the Konica Print Server; its Subnet Mask (make sure it
matches what you are using on your subnet); Default Gateway (your router's IP address); and the MAC
address of the Konica Print Server (Hardware Address, listed on the Status sheet as Ethernet Address). Use
colons as delimiters as shown on the status sheet rather than the dashes Windows uses.

5. Click on Go.

6. Wait about five minutes. The Konica Print Server should recycle and produce a status sheet showing the
IP parameters you have just entered.

7. Pull down Admin menu to Verify. You should get a message back stating that the Unit is Active. If you do
not get this message, check that TCP/IP is enabled on the status sheet

8. When you get a response that your unit is active, you should be able to ping the Konica Print Server.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Windows NT Instructions

Assigning IP Address With ARP


1. From Windows, enter the MS/DOS box. At the command prompt enter:

ping [any valid IP address on your network - not the print server]
The identified unit should reply.

NOTE: You need to ping something on your network prior to using the arp -s command. Windows NT will not allow you to add
an entry to an empty arp cache.

arp -s [IP address of the Konica Print Server] [MAC Address of


the Konica Print Server]. The entry should be accepted.

ping [IP address of the Konica Print Server].


Request should time out.

2. Recycle the power on the printer or let the Konica Print Server reset itself. The Konica Print Server will
produce a status page that should include the entered IP address.

3. When the Konica Print Server is up again, at the command prompt, enter:

ping [IP address of Konica Print Server]


Continue until you get a reply.

NOTE: This only enters the IP address. Use the ntBOOTP Program or any standard Internet Web Browser to change the IP
parameters.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Windows NT Instructions

Setting Up lpr on the Workstation

Use this procedure to set up the lpr spooler on the Windows NT server.
1. Open Control Panel.
2. Go to Printers.
3. Choose Printer Menu.
4. Choose Create Printer.
5. Enter a printer name (For example, lprprinter).
6. Select the proper printer driver.
7. Enter a description. This is optional.
8. In the Print To dialog, choose Other.
9. In Print Destinations window, select lpr port.
10. When the add lpr compatible printer window is displayed, enter:

IP address [Line 1: Address of host providing lpd (Print server)]


PORT1 [Line 2: Name of printer] (the word PORT must be in uppercase format followed directly
by the number 1).

11. Choose OK to exit.

Your Konica Print Server is now configured to operate Windows NT.


You may print from any application by following the normal print instructions for that application.

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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) provides a mechanism for delivering IP addresses to hosts
through an IP network, and, for the delivery of other configuration parameters, such as a subnet mask or
gateway address.

Important: When configuring a DHCP server, you need to establish a permanent lease or reservation for the
print server. Failure to do this may cause the same address to be given out to another host.

On power-up of the print server, a DHCP request is broadcast. Based on the tables established on the DHCP
server, the reserved IP address information will be returned, the print server will automatically be reset and
restarted using the reserved address information.

FTP UNIX Printing

FTP printing allows users several ways to print files through the internet directly from their favorite IP
browser or other FTP client.

To print from Netscape (only Netscape 2.0 or greater), use the following procedure:

1. Type: ftp://port1@<destination server IP address>

2. Select File.

3. Select Upload File.

NOTE: FTP printing does not support selecting multiple file names.
The selected file is now sent to the printer.

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UNIX Printing Through TCP/IP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

FTP UNIX Printing

ASCII to PostScript (A2PS) Method

If you wish to send text-based files to the PostScript printer on your print server, connect to that port. For
example, to print to A2PSx (ascii to postscript) on your print server from Netscape 2.0 (or greater):

1. Type: ftp://a2ps1@<destination server IP address>

2. Select File.

3. Select Upload File.


The selected file is now sent to the printer.

Drag and Drop Method

From Netscape 2.0 (or greater), use the drag and drop method of printing a file on your print server, as
follows:

1. Type: ftp://port1@<destination server IP address>

2. Click and hold on the file that is on your system and drag it to your IP browser's window.

3. Click on OK to upload the file.


The selected file is now sent to the printer.

NOTES:
1. FTP printing does not support selecting multiple file names.
2. Only one person can be logged on to a port at any particular time.

FTP Client

To print from a FTP Client, perform the following procedure:

1. Type: ftp <destination server ID>


2. Type: port1 (login using username of PORT1)
3. Type: put <filename>

The selected file is now sent to the printer.

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Printing Overview

The Konica Print Server can support UNIX TCP/IP printing in two modes:

• Host-based where a supplied line printer daemon is run on one or more workstations and print data
is communicated to the Konica Print Server via a TCP/IP port
or

• Printer-based lpd where the printer appears as a host running a line printer daemon.

Many operating systems provide the option of using host-resident printing or print server-resident printing.

In general, printer-based lpd is easier to use on BSD UNIX systems. This requires an entry in the printcap
file once the Konica Print Server has its IP information. Some UNIX System V systems have restrictions on
support of remote lpd printers, requiring that the host-based lpd approach be used.

Each printing mode has certain advantages over the other mode, as follows:

• The host-resident method can print the username and filename on its banner page; whereas the
print server-resident method prints a banner page with the host’s name.

• The print server-resident method requires you to configure the printer only one time, when you
install the print server.; whereas, the host-resident method requires that a printing daemon be
installed on every host that you want to be able to print jobs.

NOTE: The Konica Print Server will also operate with other host-resident print supervisor/spooler programs that present a print
image to the printer over a TCP/IP port.

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Printing Overview

Considering both the host-based and printer-based TCP/IP printing capabilities, the Konica Print Server
works with the following systems:

• All UNIX systems that support lpd

• System V Rel. 4 (on 386 platforms)

• DEC ULTRIX RISC Versions 4.3 and 4.4

• DEC OSF/1 Versions 2.0 and 3.0

• Solaris:

Version 1.1.3 (SunOS 4.1.3),

Version 2.3 (SunOS 5.3),

Version 2.4, and

Version 2.5

• HP-UX Series 700 and 800 Version 9.01 and Version 10.0

• IBM AIX Version 3.2.5 and Version 4.0

• SCO UNIX Version 3.2

• AS400

The TCP/IP CDROM also includes source code so that you can recompose host-based code for configuring
on other System V platforms.

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Configuring the IP Address on the KN-302 Print Server

Regardless of the printing mode selected, the Konica Print Server must be given IP address and routing
parameters. You can configure the IP address for the Konica Print Server in one of the following ways:

• Use Konica Network Management Utility for Windows.


• Use Apple Administration Program for Macintosh.
• Use the Internet Boot Protocol (BOOTP).
• Use reverse ARP (rarp) capability (Ethernet II frame type only).
• Use arp and ping capability.

Depending on the topology, you need to provide the MAC address of the Konica Print Server.

The MAC address is the 12-character code that is printed on the configuration status report each time the
printer is turned on.

You can use the BOOTP, rarp, or ping procedures only when the print server is in its factory default state
(when no IP information has been entered.)

After the print server has an IP address, you must use the Konica Network Management Utility, or the
Apple Administration Program (for Macintosh) to change an IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway.

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Configuring the IP Address on the KN-302 Print Server

Using BOOTP

The BOOTP daemon is a native TCP/IP option for configuring the IP address of a non-disk network device.
To communicate the IP address, use the following procedure:

1. Turn off the print server.

2. Log in as superuser on a host that is attached on the same network segment as the print server. Confirm
the subnet mask is the one you intend to use. However, if the server resides on another subnet, complete this
procedure to store the IP address in the print server.

3. Find the LAN address of the Konica Print Server. The address is printed on the configuration status
report each time you turn the printer on.

4. Edit the hosts file (usually /etc/hosts) or use NIS or DIS to add the IP address and Konica Print Server’s
node name. See the network administrator for the IP address. For example, a Konica Print Server named
printfast with an IP address of 192.9.200.200 has the following entry:
192.9.200.200 printfast

5. Stop the BOOTP daemon if it is running.

6. Edit the /etc/bootptab file and add the following information:


Konica_host:\
:ht = hardware type:\
:ha = ethernet address:\
:ip = IP address:\
:sm = subnet mask:\
:gw = gateway address:
Example, for an RFC 1048 system:
printfast:\
:ht = ether:\
:ha= 0040AF03AF6E:\
:ip = 192.9.200.200:\
:sm = 255.0.0.0:\
:gw =192.9.200.10:\
(If running SCO UNIX, add:)
:vm = rfc1048:

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Configuring the IP Address on the KN-302 Print Server

Using BOOTP (continued)

The same information uses the following format on an RFC 951 system:

host htype haddr iaddr bootfile

printfast 1 00:40:af:03:af:6e 192.9.200.200 default boot

7. Start the BOOTP daemon by typing: bootpd -s

8. Check the printer to verify that the Konica Print Server is connected to the network. Turn on the printer.

9. Wait until the printer powers up and finishes initializing to allow enough time for the IP address to
become known and to be saved in nonvolatile memory. The Konica Print Server should re-initialize itself.

10. After the Konica Print Server has re-initialized, send a ping command to verify that the print server
obtained its IP address. For example:
ping 192.9.200.200
If the print server has the address, a confirmation message displays:
192.9.200.200 is alive

11. Remove your changes to the /etc/bootptab file.

12. Stop the BOOTP daemon and, if you want it to run, restart it.

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Configuring the IP Address on the KN-302 Print Server

Using rarp

The Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (rarp) allows network devices to query a server for their IP
addresses on start-up. This procedure requires a workstation with a rarp server.

To store the IP address, use the following procedure:

1. Turn the printer off.

2. Log in as superuser on the rarp server.

If the server resides on another subnet, complete this procedure to store the IP address in the print server.
Reconnect the print server anywhere on the network.

3. Find the Ethernet address of the Konica Print Server. The address is printed on the configuration status
report when you power on the printer.

4. Edit the hosts file (usually /etc/hosts) or use NIS or DIS to add the IP Address and Konica Print Server's
node name.

See the network administrator for the IP address. For example, a print server with the name of printfast has
the following entry:

192.9.200.200 printfast

5. Edit the /etc/ethers file or use NIS or DIS to add the Ethernet address.

To continue the example, for the printfast card with an Ethernet address of 00:40:c8:00:00:ff, make the
following entry:

0:40:c8:0:0:ff printfast

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Using rarp (continued)

6. If the rarp daemon is running, stop it and restart it. Verify that the daemon is running.

7. Check the printer to see that the print server is connected to the network. Turn on the printer.

8. Wait until the printer powers up and finishes initializing to allow enough time for the IP address to
become known and to be saved in nonvolatile memory. The Konica Print Server should then reset itself.

9. After the Konica Print Server has reset, send a ping command to verify that the print server obtained its
IP address. For example:
ping 192.9.200.200
If the print server has the address, a confirmation message displays:
192.9.200.200 is alive

10. Remove your changes to the /etc/ethers file.

11. Stop the rarp daemon and, if you want it to run, restart it.

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Configuring the IP Address on the KN-302 Print Server

Using ping
Use the following procedure to enter the IP address:
1. Turn off the printer.

2. Log in as superuser on a host on the same subnet as the print server. However, if the server resides on
another subnet, complete this procedure to store the IP address in the print server.

3. Find the Ethernet address of the Konica Print Server. The address is printed on the configuration status
report each time you turn the printer on.

4. Edit the hosts file (usually /etc/hosts) or use NIS or DIS to add the IP address and print server’s node
name. See the network administrator for the IP address. For example, a print server with a name of printfast
and an IP address of 192.9.200.200 has the entry:
192.9.200.200 printfast
5. Add an entry to the arp cache for the print server’s IP address and Ethernet address, as:
arp -s 192.9.200.200 0:40:c8:0:0:ff

RS6000 (AIX) requires the ether option after arp -s.


For example: arp -s ether 192.9.200.200 0:40:c8:0:0:ff

6. Check the printer to see that the print server is connected to the network. Turn on the printer.

7. Send a ping command the Konica Print Server to verify it is running on the network, as for example:
ping 192.9.200.200 or ping printfast

The Konica Print Server will not respond to this ping command but it will read its IP address from the
packets.
8. Turn the printer off and back on again and then send the ping command again to verify that the print
server obtained its IP address. A confirmation message displays as:
192.9.200.200 is alive

9. Remove the entry from the arp cache using the following command. Specify the print server either by its
IP address or by its name, for example:
arp -d printfast

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lpd UNIX Printing

lpd is an implementation of the standard UNIX line printer daemon that lets you print across a TCP/IP
network without the need to install software on your workstation, with all filtering and banners done by
Konica Print Server.

Remote printing uses the same commands (lpr, lpq, lpc) as local printing.

The process begins when the lpr call finds a printer on a remote system by looking at the remote (rm) entry
in the /etc/printcap file for that printer.

lpr handles a print job for a remote printer by opening a connection with the lpd process on the remote
system and sending the data file (followed by the control file containing control information for this job) to
the remote system.

The printer-based lpd then filters the data and prints the job according to information contained in the
control file and its own printcap file.

The Konica Print Server lpd recognizes the format of a certain printer emulation and filters the data, if
possible, so it can be printed on the printer type you specify.

You can indicate to the Konica Print Server lpd what type of printer is attached to by either:

1. Accepting the default port setting (PCL, PostScript and other), or


2. Changing the listed emulations via a standard IP based Web Browser.

The sections that follow give specific lpd setup instructions for various systems.

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lpd UNIX Printing

Setting Up a BSD Remote Printer to Use lpd

To set up a remote printer on the host that sends jobs to Konica Print Server using printer resident lpd, add
an entry to the /etc/printcap file on your host for each printer you use. The procedure is described below.

1. Open the /etc/printcap file.


Make an entry naming the Konica Print Server as the remote host and PORT1 as the remote printer name. A
typical printcap entry is as follows:
<printer_name>\ (for example, lprprinter)
:lp=:\
:rm=<remote_host>:\ (
for example, name as entered in /etc/hosts)
:rp=PORT1:\
:sd=/usr/spool/lpd/<printer_name>:
(for example, spool directory on system used to spool
data and control files)

This entry will send jobs spooled at /usr/spool/lpd/<printer_name> to the printer designated
<printer_name> to be printed at port 1 (the internal connection to the printer) of the Konica Print Server
designated as <remote_host>.

2. Create the spooling directory. For example, type:


mkdir /usr/spool/lpd/<printer_name>

3. To print via the spooler, use the lpr command. Type:


lpr-P <printer_name>< file_name>

Installation and testing are done. You are now ready to print.

Setting Up an AIX Remote Printer to Use lpd

Use the following procedure to set up a remote printer on the host that sends jobs to the Konica Print
Server using the Konica Print Server's lpd.

1. At the prompt, type: #smit spooler <cr>


2. When a window appears, select Manage Remote Printers.
3. When a menu appears, select Client Services.
4. Another menu appears, select Remote Printer Queues.
5. Another menu appears, select Add a Remote Queue.

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lpd UNIX Printing

Setting Up an AIX Remote Printer to Use lpd (continued)

6. When a window appears, change the values shown to configure the Konica Print Server. The values
displayed are default values. You must replace the short and long form filter values with the values shown in
the following table.

Data Requested Example Data Description

Name of queue to add print1 Name of local printer

queue Destination Host printfast Print Server IP hostname

Short Form Filter /usr/lpd/bsdshort Required value

Long Form Filter /usr/lpd/bsdlong Required value

Name of remote printer queue PORT1 Konica Print Server

Name of device to add print1 Name of local queue

7. After you have supplied all values, press Enter.

You can now print.

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lpd UNIX Printing

Setting Up an AIX 4.0 System

Use these procedures to install a Konica Print Server in a AIX 4.0 system:

1. Run SMIT Printer.

2. Select Print Spooling.

3. Select Add a Print Queue.

4. Select Remote.

5. Use Standard Processing.

6. Assign a queue name.

7. Use the host address of the Konica Print Server for the Remote System.

8. Use PORT1 for the queue on the remote system.

9. Add a description (optional).

10. Press Enter to generate.

Installation is complete.

Test your printer by executing the following command:

lp -d<queue_name> <file_name>

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lpd UNIX Printing

Setting Up an HP/UX Remote Printer to Use lpd

Set up a remote printer on the host that sends jobs to a Konica Print Server using the Konica Print Server
lpd. To do this:

1. At the prompt, type: sam

2. When a window appears, select Printer/Plotter Manager.

3. When the menu appears, select List printer and plotters.

4. When a list appears, select Actions in the title bar.

5. From the pull-down menu, select Add Remote Printer.

6. When a window appears, add values to configure Konica Print Server. See example below.

Data Requested Example Description of Input Data

Printer Name myprinter name to be used in lp command

Remote System Name fastprint Print Server hostname as in /etc/hosts

Remote printer Name PORT1 lpd queue name

7. At the bottom of the screen, select Remote Printer is on BSD system from the three choices available.

8. Click on the OK button.

9. Ping the unit to test communications. Type:


ping <Konica Print Server IP address>

10. Ping should confirm your IP address with the message:


<Konica Print Server IP address> is alive

11. If the connection is confirmed, you can now print.

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lpd UNIX Printing

Setting Up an AS/400 System to Use lpd

When working with the output queue description (WORKOUTQD), there are several fields that must be
defined for the Konica Print Server to function properly as a remote printer device.

Use the following procedure to define fields for the print server to make it function as a remote printer:

1. When prompted for the remote system, type INTNETADR so the AS/400 recognizes the device as an IP
device.

2. Type: PORT1

3. Connection type must be IP.

4. Internet address must be the IP address of the Konica Print Server device.

5. Destination type must be OTHER.

6. When prompted for transforming SCS to ASCII, type YES to allow the AS/400 do the character transla-
tion.

7. Manufacturer type and model must be the print driver that goes with your printer. For example,
OKI320IBM.

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lpd UNIX Printing

Setting Up a DEC ULTRIX 4.3 RISC


or OSF1/ALPHA Remote Printer

Use the following procedure to set up a remote printer on the host that sends jobs to a Konica Print Server.

1. At the prompt, type: lprsetup, then select add.

2. Enter a name for your printer, then press Enter.

3. “Do you want more information on specific printer types?” Press Enter.
A list of ULTRIX-supported printers is listed.

4. Type remote and press Enter.

5. Enter a printer synonym (alias) and press Enter.

6. Designate a spooler directory and press Enter, or accept the default spooler directory displayed and press
Enter.

7. Designate a remote system name and press Enter.

8. Designate PORT1 as the remote system printer name and press Enter.

9. You are asked to enter the name of a printcap symbol from a displayed list. Type Q and press Enter.

10. Your configuration is displayed. You are asked whether these values are final. Type Y or N and press
Enter. An example is shown below.

Printer #7 Symbol Type Representative Value

lp (line printer) STR


rm (remote host) STR Printer Server Card_host
rp (remote printer) STR PORT1
sd (spooler directory) STR /usr/spool/lpd7

11. Add comments to the printcap file. For example, you can type:
Lois' printer down the hall <Enter>

12. Select exit to save your configuration, then press Enter.


You are now prepared to print.

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Setting Up a SCO UNIX Remote Printer to Use lpd

Use the following procedure to set up a remote printer on the host that sends jobs to a Konica Print Server
using lpd.

1. At the prompt, type: mkdev rlp


You cannot run mkdev rlp twice. If you have other printers that need to be configured, use the rlpconf
command.

Respond to the series of questions as follows:


2. Do you want to install or remove a remote printer? Type: I

3. Do you want to change printer description file /etc/printcap? Type: Y

4. Write a printer name. For example, type: lprprinter1

5. Is lprprinter1 a remote printer or a local printer? Type: R

6. Enter remote host name: type host name entered in printcap for Konica Print Server. For example, type:
Lprprinter

7. Confirm the information you have entered. Type: Y

8. Confirm the preceding connection as your system default. Type: Y or N

9. Do you want to start the remote daemon now? Type: Y

10. Enter another printer name or quit setup. Type: Q

11. Using a line editor of your choice, edit the /etc/printcap file by changing :rp= entry to :rp= PORT1.
(See example below.)

printer1:\

:lp=:\ (used to specify device name for a local printer; field must be empty)

:rm=lprprinter:\ (remote machine name or network name of print server)

:rp=PORT1:\ (remote printer name or the name of the print server)

:sd=/usr/spool/lpd/printer1: (name of the spool directory on the client)

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lpd UNIX Printing

Setting Up System V Release 4 and Solaris 2.X to Use lpd

If your system recognizes the LPSYSTEM command, you do not need to install Konica's host-side software.
Another option is the admintool if your system supports it.

LPSYSTEM Installation
The following procedure must be executed from the Bourne Shell.
Type: SH then press Enter to enter the Bourne Shell program.

Use the following procedures to install LPSYSTEM:

1. lpsystem -t bsd

Print server host name in /etc/hosts file. Your system may want its IP address instead of the remote host
name.

2. lpadmin -p <local printername> -s <remote host name or IP address>!PORT1

NOTES:
1. There is no space between the remote host name and !PORT.
2. Enable <local printername>
3. Accept <local printername>

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The TCP/IP CDROM provided with the KN-302 Print Server includes install scripts for various UNIX
systems.

This section describes how to install TCP/IP printing on the KN-302 Print Server for any of the following
operating systems:

• DEC ULTRIX 4.3 RISC

• System V Rel. 4

• Solaris (Ver. 1.x, 2.x)

• SCO UNIX

• OSF1/ALPHA

• IBM AIX

• HP/UX

Once the Konica Print Server has its IP information loaded, the following steps are necessary for host-side
TCP/IP printing:

1. Load the print server software on your workstation.


It is presented as a tar file on the TCP/IP CDROM.

2. Run the appropriate installation script, if available.

3. Complete the configuration for your operating system.

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Loading the Software

The following procedures are only necessary when using the supplied host-based lpr capability.

Loading the software is not necessary if printer-based lpr is used.

1. Log in as superuser to the system that spools directly to the print server.

2. Insert the print server’s TCP/IP CDROM in the host drive.

3. Go to or create the directory in which you want to install the software.


For example:

mkdir /usr/PSC_install

NOTE: If you already have a Konica Print Server printer at your site and you are now installing another one, delete the files in the
installation directory not (/usr/Konica). If these files remain, they can prevent the installation of a subsequent print server.

4. Use the tar command to load the software from the CDROM. Choose your UNIX version from the
example from the following table, or if not shown, consult the man page for your system:

UNIX Version Example

BSD/ULTRIX/AIX/SCO tar -xvf/dev/rfd0


System V tar -xvf/dev/rdsk/f13ht
System V/Solaris 2.3 tar -xvf/dev/rCDROM

NOTE: The device name varies depending on the computer and its peripheral designations. The first BSD floppy device is often
called rfd0.

5. After performing the tar, the system will display a list of Konica Print Server files copied by the tar. At
this point, go to the appropriate section in this manual for instructions on running the installation script on
your system.

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Filters

There will be certain options in executing the script for various systems.

PostScript UNIX Printing

The installation script can create an entry in the /etc/printcap file for your printer:
ASCII, PCLfiles

If your printer is not a PostScript printer, the install script uses an input filter (infilter) that supplies CR/LF
translation to print ASCII files on a PCL printer.

If your printer is a PostScript printer, your printcap file will reference psfilter which offers easy ASCII-to-
PostScript conversion. Normal PostScript format files are not affected. Proprietary and public domain filters
are available for broader filtering capabilities.

PSBanner

The Konica Print Server ships with an input filter called psbanner, an output filter to print PostScript
banners.

You may change infilter or outfilter entries in the /etc/printcap file.

The following is a sample printcap entry using these filters:

<print_name> | Konica Print Server printer:\

:lp=/dev/nic/<printer_name>:\

:if=/usr/nic/psfilter:\

:of=/usr/nic/psbanner:\

:sd=/usr/spool/<printer_name>:

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Installing and Printing on Ver. 1 Solaris and OSF1 Systems

1. Run the Installation script by typing: nicinst.

The script automatically downloads the correct Konica Print Server utilities for your particular system and
prompts you for information as needed.

2. What is the node name of the Print Server unit?


Type the node name entered in /etc/hosts.
For example, type: printfast, then press Enter.

3. What is the printer name? Type desired printer name, then press Enter.

4. The screen displays install script information you provided, as for example:

Node name of the Konica Print Server: printfast

Printer name to be used: <printer_name>

The printer is attached on: PORT1

When asked to OK this configuration, type yes or no, then press Enter.

5. The script creates a printcap entry for the printer just configured.
The screen displays the entry and asks if you want the script to append it to your /etc/printcap file. See
below for a sample printcap file.

Type yes or no, then press Enter.


If you type no, you may perform manual edits.

In your /etc/printcap file, be sure not to change the name of the device given Konica Print Server in Step
2. You must reference the same lp: entry you wrote on the lp command line of the printcap file. For ex-
ample:

<printer_name> | Konica Print Server printer:\

:lp=/dev/<printer_name>:\

:if=/usr/nic/infilter:\

:sd=/usr/spool/<printer_name>:

Except for the first line, all printcap entries must be prefaced with a tab.

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Installing and Printing on Ver. 1 Solaris and OSF1 Systems (continued)

6. The Installation script creates a spool directory in /usr/spool and starts the daemon for the newly config-
ured printer.

It also displays the path used in case you need to restart the daemon.
For example:

/usr/nic/nic_print /dev/nic/<printer_name> printfast 10001 &

7. Run the ps command so that you can view all your lpd processes.

Type: ps -ax | grep lpd

8. To stop ALL printing, use the kill command on your lpd processes.

Type: kill -9 <Process ID>

9. Restart the daemon.

Type: /usr/lib/lpd

10. Installation for the system is completed.


When prompted to configure additional printers:

Type yes or no, then press Enter.

It is recommended that you ping the Konica Print Server to test communications.

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Installing and Printing on DEC ULTRIX 4.3 System

1. Run the Installation script by typing: nicinst.


The script automatically downloads the correct Konica Print Server utilities for your particular system and
prompts you for information as needed.

2. What is the node name of the Print Server unit?


Type the node name entered in /etc/hosts. For example,
type printfast, then press Enter.

3. What is the printer name?


Type the desired printer name, then press Enter.

4. The screen displays your install script information, as, for example:

Node name of the Konica Print Server: printfast


Printer name to be used: <printer_name>
The printer is attached on: PORT1

You are asked to OK this configuration. Type yes or no, then press Enter.

5. The script creates a printcap entry for the printer just configured.
The screen displays the entry (see sample printcap file below) and asks if you want the script to append it to
your /etc/printcap file.

Type yes or no, then press Enter. Type no to perform manual edits.

<printer_name> | Konica Print Server printer:\


:lp=/dev/<printer_name>:\
:if=/usr/nic/infilter:\
:sd=/usr/spool/<printer_name>:

6. Installation for the system is completed. When prompted to configure additional printers, type yes or no,
then press Enter. It is recommended that you ping the Konica Print Server to test communications.

Like all BSD systems, ULTRIX uses the /etc/printcap file to configure a printer. The interface to the
installation script is the same for all BSD systems, however, the printcap entry is different.

If you use the printcap entry generated automatically by the installation script, this will be transparent to
you.

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Installing and Printing on HP/UX System

1. Run the Installation script by typing: nicinst.


The script automatically downloads the correct Konica Print Server utilities for your particular system and
prompts you for information as needed.

2. What is the node name of the Print Server unit?


Type the node name entered in /etc/hosts. For example,
type printfast, then press Enter.

3. What is the printer name?


Type the desired printer name, then press Enter.

4. Your screen displays your install script information, as for example:

Node name of the Konica Print Server: printfast


Printer name to be used: <printer_name>
The printer is attached on: PORT1

When asked to OK this configuration, type yes or no, then press Enter.

5. The script starts the daemon for the newly configured printer automatically. It also displays the path used
should you ever need to restart the daemon. In the following example, the path would be:

/usr/nic/nic_print /dev/Konica/printer_name printfast 10001 &

This example reflects names supplied to the script earlier.

When the installation script is completed, you must configure the printer and make it known to the lp
system. The HP/UX lp system uses the lpadmin maintenance command to configure a printer (there is no /
etc/printcap file).

Use the following specific commands to configure the printer:

lpadmin -p printer_name -v /dev/nic/printer_name


enable printer_name
accept printer_name

See HP's alternative SAM method for configuring the printer on next page.

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Installing and Printing on HP/UX System (continued)

Using the SAM Program to Configure the Printer

HP supplies the sam program as an alternative method for configuring the printer. The printer name must be
the same as the one you entered during the Konica Print Server installation.

When using sam, specify everything as if the printer were directly connected to /dev/lprprinter/
printer_name.

The software installed with your HP system can satisfy most of your printing needs. HP supplies ASCII-to-
PostScript filters, and the system will invoke the filters automatically if you define the content type of the
printer as PostScript.

The HP/UX lp system also supplies interface scripts that produce PostScript banners. Use the lpfilter
command to define new filters and content types if necessary.

The full power and flexibility of the lp print service is now available to you. The fact that you are printing
across the network is completely transparent.

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Installing and Printing on System V (Solaris Ver. 2)/System V Rel. 4 386-based Machine

Installation and setup is exactly the same for System V Solaris and SVR4 i386-based machines.

Solution uses a network direct filter called nicfilter. The system invokes nicfilter directly from the printer
interface file.

After completing the software download in Loading the Software, you must configure the printer and make
it known to the lp system.

1. Run the Installation script by typing: nicinst.


The script automatically downloads the correct Konica Print Server utilities for your particular system and
prompts you for information as needed.

2. Select your system by choosing one of the following options:

1) AT&T/SVR4; 386
2) SCO UNIX System V
3) None of the above

Type 1, 2, or 3, then press Enter.

3. You have now installed TCP/IP on the Konica Print Server.

Copy your interface file.


(/usr/nic is a good place to keep your copy).

4. Edit the printer interface program this printer uses to redirect output to the Konica Print Server. Then,
configure your printer using lpadmin.

In most cases you would use the default interface script named standard (usually found in the /usr/spool/
lp/admins/lp/model directory).

If you wish to use an interface tuned to a specific printer, you must have a copy of the interface file for the
port you want to initialize. For example:

cp /usr/spool/lp/model/standard /usr/nic/port1_interface

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Installing and Printing on System V (Solaris Ver. 2)/System V Rel. 4 386-based Machine
(continued)

Most Version 2 Solaris machines have a shell variable called FILTER that can be changed to invoke
nicfilter.

A typical example is:

FILTER=" /usr/nic/infilter | /usr/nic/nicfilter \

PSC_name 10001 ${nobanner} \

${user_name} ${request_id} ${files} "

You must specify the Konica Print Server name (PSC_name) and the Konica Print Server port (10001)
indicated above to enable the nicfilter to connect to the Konica Print Server unit. The name must be the
same as the one you entered in /etc/hosts for this Konica Print Server.

The remaining arguments are optional. nicfilter uses them to produce a high quality banner. The lp print
service user name, request id, file names and options always pass to the interface file. They will be available
in any interface script as shell variables, although they may have different names.

If you disable banners in the lp command, the system will set the ${nobanner} option to yes. This will
suppress the Konica Print Server banner generation.

If you don’t define the FILTER shell variable in your interface file, you can usually modify it to pipe data to
nicfilter. The simplest way to accomplish this is to enclose the entire script in parentheses and pipe it to
nicfilter, using the arguments described above.

If you wish to use the banner generated by the interface file, simply omit the last four arguments.

NOTE: These arguments are shell variables from the interface file. They may have different names (names used above are from the
standard interface file supplied with most Version 2 and i386 systems).

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Installing and Printing on SCO UNIX System

Installation and setup is similar for HP/UX and SCO UNIX systems.

The Konica Print Server solution uses a network direct filter called nicfilter. The system invokes nicfilter
directly from the printer interface file.

After completing software download in Loading the Software, you must configure the printer and make it
known to the lp system. Use the following steps:

1. Run the Installation script by typing: nicinst.


The script automatically downloads the correct Konica Print Server utilities for your particular system and
prompts you for information as needed.

2. Select your system. Choose one from these options:

1) AT&T/SVR4; 386
2) SCO UNIX System V
3) None of the above

Type 1, 2, or 3 and press Enter.

3. What is the node name of the Konica Print Server?

Type the name assigned in the /etc/hosts file, then press Enter.
For example, type: printfast

4. What is the printer name for this Konica Print Server-linked printer?
Type a printer name, then press Enter.

5. The screen displays your install script information. For example:

Node name of the Konica Print Server: printfast

Printer name to be used: <printer_name>

The printer is attached on: PORT1

Do you want to accept this configuration? Type yes or no, then press Enter.

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Installing and Printing on SCO UNIX System (continued)

6. The script automatically starts the daemon for the newly configured printer. It also displays the path used
should you ever need to restart the daemon. In the preceding example, the path would be:

/usr/nic/nic_print /dev/nic/printer_name printfast 10001 &

This example reflects names supplied to the script earlier. When the installation script is complete, you must
still configure the printer and make it known to the lp system.

The SCO UNIX lp system uses the lpadmin maintenance command to configure a printer (there is no /etc/
printcap file).

The specific commands to do this are:


lpadmin -p printer_name -v /dev/nic/printer_name

NOTE: Your host may require you to specify the model by using the -i command.

enable printer_name
accept printer_name

You can also use other options for the lpadmin command. See your system documentation for details. Note
that the printer name must be the same as the one you entered during Konica Print Server installation.

The software installed with your SCO system can satisfy most of your printing needs. SCO supplies ASCII-
to-PostScript filters and the system will invoke them automatically if you define the content type of the
printer as PostScript.

The SCO UNIX lp system also supplies interface scripts that produce PostScript banners. Use the lpfilter
command to define new filters and content types if necessary. The full power and flexibility of the lp print
service is now apparent. Your printing across the network is completely transparent.

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Installing and Printing on AIX RISC System/6000

The AIX printing subsystem is driven by the qdaemon program.

The qdaemon uses configuration information stored in the /usr/lpd/qconfig file to manage queues and
route jobs to the proper devices. This information includes entries for each virtual printer and physical
device known to the system.

An AIX virtual printer is simply a high level software view of a data stream, queue, and device that controls
how a given job will be processed. A different virtual printer should be defined for each data stream that a
real printer supports. For example, you would use different virtual printers for PostScript and PCL jobs even
though they are destined for the same physical printer.

Configuring a Konica Print Server printer on an AIX system approximates configuration of a local printer as
closely as possible. The only difference is that the physical device associated with your Konica Print Server
printer must be a named pipe used by the print daemon to route data to Konica Print Server.

The following procedure shows the most straightforward way to add a printer to your system:

1. Run the Install script by typing: nicinst.


The script automatically downloads the correct Konica Print Server utilities for your particular system and
prompts you for information as needed.

2. What is the node name of the Print Server unit?


Type the node name entered in /etc/hosts, for example,

type: printfast, then press Enter.

3. What is the printer name?

Type: the desired printer name, then press Enter.

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Installing and Printing on AIX RISC System/6000 (continued)

4. The screen will display the install script information you provided, as for example:

Node name of the Konica Print Server: printfast

Printer name to be used: <printer_name>

The printer is attached on: PORT1

When asked to OK this configuration, type yes or no, then press Enter.

5. Configure a virtual printer using printer_name as the physical device, where printer_name is the same
printer name chosen during install.

6. Use the following command to shut down the qdaemon and stop all printing:
stopsrc -s qdaemon

7. Edit /etc/qconfig to change the special file for device printer_name

from: /dev/printer_name

to: /dev/nic/printer_name.

8. Restart the daemon with:


startsrc -s daemon

The installation script creates the named pipe and starts the supplied print daemon using the printer name
and Konica Print Server information you supplied.

Since the AIX System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) cannot accept a named pipe as a printer device,
the installation script creates a null character device in /dev/printer_name.

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Virtual Printer Commands

By entering the device name printer_name for configuration purposes, virtual printers can be added either
through SMIT or through the mkvirprt command.

During this process you also select a particular printer type for the new printer, which inherits the set of
predefined attributes for that printer type.

In most cases, this set of attributes will be sufficient, but it can be changed either through SMIT or by using
the chvirprt command. If you need to make more extensive changes on your printer, see the AIX RISC
System/6000 documentation for information.

Before you edit the files, be sure that the following daemon is running:

/usr/nic/nic_print /dev/nic/printer_name printfast 10001 &

Use the following procedures to add or change virtual printers:

1. Run nicinst.

When prompted, enter information for the following questions:

• Nodename (host name in the /etc/hosts file)


• Printer name
• Unit type
• Port number - Enter 1 for parallel port 1

Answer y to accept the configuration and n when prompted to configure


another printer.

2. At the prompt, type smit, then press Enter.

3. Choose Devices.

4. Choose Printer/Plotter.

5. Choose Manage Local Printer Subsystem.

6. Choose 1. Printer or Plotter attached to Host.

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Virtual Printer Commands (continued)

7. Enter the Device name.


Use the same name entered during the install for printer name.

8. For Type of Printer, enter a number from the printers list, then press Enter.

9. Header pages wanted? Type n for none.

10. Trailer pages wanted? Type n for none.

11. Enter Print Queue name. Type ! to bypass configuration.

12. Should this be the default queue?


Enter y for yes or n for no, then press Enter.

13. Exit smit.

14. Type cd/etc, then press Enter.


After the virtual printer has been added, there will be a stanza in /etc/qconfig for device printer_name
that looks like the following:

printer_name:
file=/dev/printer_name
backend=/usr/lpd/probe

Edit /usr/qconfig and change the following:


file=/dev/printer_name to file=/dev/nic/printer_name

15. Type stopsrc -s qdaemon.

16. Type startsrc -s daemon. Now you can print using the lp command.

AIX Print Commands

The AIX lp command works slightly differently from the lp command for other System V Release 4
systems. The following lp commands can be used to print files:

lp -d <queue_name> <filename> or
lp -d <queue_name>:<device_name> <file_name>

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Section 6: Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting

This section describes how to troubleshoot any problems you might have with the Konica print server, the
printer, or any network operating system (NOS). First, go to Diagnosing Problems below, then go to the
appropriate hardware or network protocol section to troubleshoot the problem.

Should you be unable to correct a problem that is network related, call the
Konica Digital Lab at 1(800) 825-5664.

For routine service requirements or questions, contact your Konica Service representative.

Diagnosing Problems

Many problems can be resolved simply by checking the following items to help narrow down your focus:

• Blinking Green or amber status LEDs:


Check Green and Amber LED conditions starting on this page,
and check status page to confirm setup.

• Error Page is output:


Follow instruction on the printed Error Page.

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LED Status Indicator

The KN-302 has two LED status indicators: amber and green. The Amber LED generally indicates job
activity by flashing when a print job is being communicated to the card. When the amber LED light is Off,
no activity is occurring. The green LED indicates the operating condition of the card when it is powered on
during normal operation. The following table provides the conditions indicated by the green and/or amber
LED.

LED Status Print Controller Meaning User Action


Activity

Steady green Powering Up Normal, self-test None


mode

Steady green Awaiting print jobs Functioning OK None

Green blinks 3 Finished self tests Status page None


times, then steady will print

Green blinks rapidly Performing self test Failed Ethernet Check network
4 times, then steady hardware test

Green blinks rapidly Performing self test Detects bad Error


RAM chip

Green blinks rapidly Awaiting print jobs Lost NetWare Error


Connection

Green blinks slowly Awaiting print jobs Printer interface Error


Error
Green LED blinks Power-On sequence KN-302 reset to Power Off &
alternately with completed factory defaults move jumper
amber LED to Off position

Green LED blinks Performing flash memory Did not pass the Unit goes into
continuously after self-tests checksum test download mode
Amber LED blinks automatically
shortly for 10 sec. and awaits
then goes off. flash update

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Status Page
Below is the status page that is printed when KN-302 is first powered on and after it passes all self-tests.
See Definition of Terms on next page.

Sample Status Page


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Unit Serial Number: 841001 Version: 04.23

Network Address: 00:40:af:66:a9:48

Network Topology: Ethernet Connector: 10 Base T

Network Speed: 10 Mega Bits

Novell Network Information enabled

Print Server Name: OLD


Password Defined: no
Preferred File Server not defined
Directory Services Context not defined
Frame Type: Novell 802.3

Peer-to-Peer Information enabled

Frame Type: Novell 802.3


Network ID: 68

AppleTalk Network Information enabled

Frame Type: 802.2 SNAP ON 802.3


Protocol Address: NET Number 010 NodeNumber 19 SocketNumber 128
Preferred AppleTalk Zone: *

TCP/IP Network Information enabled

Frame Type: Ethernet II Protocol Address: 192.92.187.128


Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0 Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Novell Connection Information

Printer Name: QA2_0


File Server: QA2A
Queue: QA2 Priority: 1 Attached: Yes
No Notify Defined:
File Server: QA2B
Queue: QA2 Priority: 1 Attached: Yes
Notify (Job Owner) First: 60 Repeat: 60

AppleTalk Connection Information

AppleTalk Printer Name: OTS_841001

TCP/IP Connection Information

Port Number: 10001

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Status Page

Definition of Terms

The terms displayed on the Status Page (see previous page) are defined below.

1. Unit Serial Number - Serial number listed on the KN-302 board label.
Version - Version number of the KN-302 firmware.
2. Network Address - KN-302 physical address, used to install and config
ure KN-302 in a TCP/IP environment and identify the unit Ethernet
traces.
3. Network Topology - Ethernet Connector 10BaseT.
4. Network Speed - The speed of the connection, 10 vx. 100 Mega Bits.
5. Novell Network Information - Displays print server name, whether a
password is defined, preferred file server, directory services context and
frame type.
6. Peer-to-Peer Information - Includes frame type and netword ID.
7. AppleTalk Network Information - KN-302 frame type, protocol address,
node number, and preferred AppleTalk Zone.
8. TCP/IP Network Information - Includes the frame type, protocol address
(default is not configured, IP is not assignied), subnet mask default is
255.0.0.0, and default gateway is 0.0.0.0.
9. Connection Information - The type of Ethernet connection you are using.

Use the status page to check if the protocols you are using are defined. If a protocol is not defined, first
make sure the protocol is enabled. Protocols are enabled and disabled in Konica Network Management
Utility. (Refer to Section 3 NetWare Configuration)

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Error Page
An error page prints if either one of the following occurs with the Novell NetWare protocol:

• KN-302 is unable to login to any active file server, or


• KN-302 is unable to communicate with any Novell file servers.

Examples of each error page are shown on the following pages.


This error page prints when you are unable to communicate to any active Novell file servers.

Errors For The Ethernet Version


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Unit Serial Number: 841001 Version 2.00
Print Server Name: OLD Password Defined: No
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The KN-302 was unable to login to any active NOVELL file servers due to one of the following conditions:

a) The file servers may not have been configured with a print server.

b) The print server name setting may be incorrect.

c) The Novell password for the print server may not have been configured properly.

d) The print server password setting may be incorrect.

e) The file server is not connected to the KN-302.

The following are solutions to resolve each condition listed above:

a) Configure a print server using the print server name setting on each active file server with PCONSOLE.

b) Verify the print server name with the supplied management utility.
Change the setting if incorrect.

c) Change the password of the print server configured in each active file server to the setting in PCONSOLE.

d) Verify the print server password with the supplied management utility.
Change the setting if incorrect.

e) Make connections available on file servers by freeing up any unnecessary user connection on the system.

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How to Determine the Cause of a Problem

To determine the cause of your printing problems, check the following:

• CHECK PRINT SERVER STATUS PAGE(S) TO CONFIRM THAT EACH NETWORK PROTOCOL IS INSTALLED
AND CONFIGURED CORRECTLY.

Unit Serial No: 123456 Version: 00


Network Address: 00:40:af:02:71:50
Novell Print Server Name: KN3_123456

• IF YOU MADE CHANGES TO YOUR NETWORK, BE SURE THE CHANGES DID NOT AFFECT THE PRINT
SERVER PRINTER(S) CONFIGURATION.

Check to see if you installed and configured the Print Server correctly. See section 3 for Novell or
section 5 for TCP/IP.

• CHECK TO SEE IF OTHER PRINT SERVER USERS CAN PRINT.

If you added, changed or removed any network hardware, check to see if it is installed correctly.

• CHECK TO SEE IF THE USERS ARE ON THE SAME NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEM. IF YES, REFER TO
TROUBLESHOOTING INFORMATION FOR NOVELL OR TCP/IP.

If you added or updated software, make sure the version is compatible and installed correctly.
Go to your Novell NetWare manual to confirm Setup.

• PRINT SERVER AND PRINTER

Check the printer connections for the printer.


If each user is using a different NOS, go to the sectionfor the specific NOS. If users are trying to
print to different printers, check all cables and connections.

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Troubleshooting

Printer Basic Checklist

• An error on your printer control panel may indicate a break in communication from the network to
the printer. This may be a result of the network server going down, or from cables that are loose or
disconnected.

• Check to see if the printer control panel displays printer status, and be sure the printer is on-line.
If the control panel displays an error, check error conditions and jam conditions in the printer
manual.

• If the printer is plugged into the power outlet and the printer is turned ON, try using another outlet.

• Make sure that all your connections are securely fastened.

• Make sure the file server is up and on-line.

Network Connections to the KN-302

• Make sure you are using the correct network interface port and that each connection is secure.

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

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KN-302 Troubleshooting

Make sure you have properly configured the KN-302 for each network protocol you are using, i.e., Novell,
AppleTalk, and TCP/IP.

• Enable all protocols you are using.

• Use the Konica Network Management Utility to enable the protocols that you are using with
KN-302.

Novell

• For Novell, make sure you configure all KN-302 printers usingPCONSOLE.
You need to configure each printer you want to use.

AppleTalk

• For AppleTalk, make sure the KN-302 printer(s) are listed in Chooser.
This printer appears as the KN3#<Serial number> 1 in Chooser (unless you changed it).

All Protocols

• Check the KN-302 status page to make sure your network protocol is enabled.

• Check the KN-302 status page to make sure there is no error message.
If there is an error page, follow the instructions on the page to make your corrections and then try
printing again.

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Troubleshooting
Novell Protocol

It is recommended that you first run the Konica Network Management Utility for Windows to try and
troubleshoot your NetWare problem. If you still cannot resolved the problem, then go through the checklist
below.

Print Server

• Check that the print Server name is entered correctly as KN3_<serial number>

• If the printer is serviced by more than one Print Server make sure the print jobs are directed
correctly through PCONSOLE.

Printer

• Check print queue assignment to be sure that print queues are assigned ONLY to the Print Server
printers; otherwise print jobs will go to other network printers.

• Check the PCONSOLE configuration to be sure the KN-302 printer(s) are assigned in
PCONSOLE to the printer type REMOTE OTHER/UNKNOWN.

• Check PCONSOLE configuration to be sure the correct form is enabled.

• If you are printing graphics that may require two minutes or longer to print out, increase the
timeout using NetWare's PRINTCON or CAPTURE utility.

NOTE: If the PCONSOLE settings are correct, the connection between the printer and the network may have been broken. Turn
the printer off and wait for a status message that indicates the printer is Not Connected (using PCONSOLE). When printer power
is resumed the status should change to Waiting for Job.

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Novell File Server Checklist

• First, check to be sure the File Server has enough Hard Disk space and is up and running.

• Use PCONSOLE to verify that the correct File Server is associated with the Print Server.

If the KN-302 Loses Its Novell File Server Connection

• If the KN-302 loses its connection to the file server, it can take approximately five to ten minutes
to reconnect. No action is required, since it will automatically try to reconnect on its own.

• If the connection is not made after a reasonable amount of time, you should check the other error
conditions listed in this chapter to help troubleshoot the problem.

KN-302 Workstation Checklist

• Be sure you have Supervisor/Administrator rights to configure the Print Server using PCONSOLE.

• From any workstation, run NetWare's COMCHECK to verify that the File Server and the Print
Server are communicating.

• Make sure the network is loaded on every workstation that is trying to access Print Server printers.
See Novell NetWare documentation.

• Make sure the workstation's programs are set up to print to the Print Server printer; and you are
using the connect printer driver.

• Verify that the workstation is connected to the correct print queue by printing a file.

• Make sure the print queues assigned to the Print Server printers are not assigned to other network
printers.

• Use NetWare's PRINTCON to enable AUTOENDCAP.

• Use PRINTCON or CAPTURE to set a longer print job timeout. A setting of two minutes or more
is recommended for printing graphics.

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Troubleshooting
KN-302 Configuration Checklist

Workstation > Queue > File Server > Print Server > Printer
• Using the MAP browser from the workstation, look under Protocols and Protocol Status to check
the Print Server status, or to display the server's queue status.

• Using PCONSOLE from the workstation, direct the print jobs to the correct queues, then check to
see if the print job is in the queue. Use PCONSOLE to be sure you correctly configured any
devices you may have changed or added.

• Make sure the Print Server name is entered correctly as KN3_<serial number>. If you changed
the name using the MAP browser, be sure to change the name in PCONSOLE to make the
change effective.

• PCONSOLE Version 1.0 cannot be used to configure the Print Server. To upgrade PCONSOLE,
contact Novell.

• Use the MAP browser to access the Konica Printer Management System and check the Uniport
configuration. If this port is being used as an output port, it must be enabled to receive print jobs.

Print Server/File Server/Printer Connection Checklist

Workstation > File Server > Print Server > Printer


• If the Print Server cannot log into the File Server or cannot service jobs from the server, check the
following:

• Check to see if the Print Server is configured for the file server. If it is not, use PCONSOLE to
configure it.

• Use the MAP browser to access the Konica Printer Management System and update the password
stored in the Print Server. The password assigned to the Print Server through PCONSOLE must
match the one assigned through MAP.

• Use PCONSOLE to verify that print jobs are being sent to the Print Server printer. Be sure the
print jobs are in the print queue and are waiting to be printed. To check this, PCONSOLE must be
in the Remote Printer mode.

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Workstation to KN-302 Connection Checklist
Workstation > Print Server > Printer
• Using PCONSOLE from the Workstation print a file to be sure the print job gets to the Print Server
print queue. If it is successful, the problem is not in the Workstation to Print Server connection.

• Use NetWare's CAPTURE utility to send data from a Workstation software application to the Print
Server Printer. See NetWare Print Server manual.

• Verify that another printer is not taking the print jobs from the queue(s) BEFORE the Print Server
can service the job. Disable the other printer until you can verify the Print Server printer setup.

• Be sure that serial connected printers match the baud rate, flow, word size, parity and stops of the
Print Server units.

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Troubleshooting
AppleTalk Protocol
Macintosh> Appletalk Connectors> EtherTalk Driver
• Go to the Control Panel and choose Network to verify if the Macintosh is connected to the network
through Ethernet, and if the Macintosh EtherTalk driver is selected.
Macintosh> KN-302> KN-302
• Use the AppleTalk Administration Program in Section 4 to verify if you selected the correct
KN-302 and the correct zone.
Printer Checklist
• From the Macintosh workstation, use chooser to see if there are other printers with similar names,
and choose the correct KN-302.
• If background printing is enabled, select Print Monitor to see ifthere is an error in printing.
• If you used the AppleTalk Administration Program, check to see if you configured the KN-302
printers correctly.
• The printer name must appear in Chooser. If you did not use the AppleTalk Administration
Program to configure the KN-302, look for the printer named KN3_<serial number> in Chooser.
• Use Chooser to confirm that AppleTalk is On.
• If the network has multiple zones, be sure to choose the correct zone. See Section 4.
• If you renamed the printer in the AppleTalk Administration Program, you must reselect the printer
under the new name.
• If you placed the printer in a new zone, you must select the new zone in order to select the printer.

Multiple Zones
• If the network has multiple zones, be sure to choose the correct zone. See Section 4.
• If you renamed the printer in the AppleTalk Administration Program, you must re-select the printer
under the new name.
• If you placed the printer in a new zone, you must select the new zone in order to select the printer.

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Troubleshooting

UNIX (TCP/IP)

Normally, the KN-302 will work transparently in a UNIX TCP/IP environment. At this time, the following
UNIX versions and hardware platforms are supported:

• All UNIX systems that support lpd


• System V Rel. 4 (on 386 platforms)
• DEC ULTRIX RISC Versions 4.3 and 4.4
• DEC OSF/1 Versions 2.0 and 3.0
• Solaris:
Version 1.1.3 (SunOS 4.1.3),
Version 2.3 (SunOS 5.3),
Version 2.4, and
Version 2.5
• HP-UX Series 700 and 800 Version 9.01 and Version 10.0
• IBM AIX Version 3.2.5 and Version 4.0
• SCO UNIX Version 3.2
• AS400

More platforms and versions are being added all the time. If you are having difficulty printing, first make
sure you followed the installation procedures in Chapter 5, TCP/IP Configuration. Briefly, these steps are:

1. Configure the host by adding a node name and the assigned IP address to the local hosts database to each
host that will spool jobs directly to the Print Server.

2. Configure the KN-302 IP address using the MAP utility, Bootp Lite, rarp, or ping.

Finally, if you are still experiencing difficulties, please contact the Konica Digital Lab or Technical Support.
Different platforms, version, and network combinations sometimes require analysis by our technicians
before we can recommend a solution.

Please have the following information available when you call:


• Platform type
• UNIX version
• Network Operating System
• Konica Printing System

Troubleshooting 6-15
Appendix A

Web Utilities

The HTTP Server


Web Utilities

The HTTP Server


The HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) Server is integrated in the KN-302 network interface card to allow
you to monitor and manage both the network card and its associated printer from a standard IP Web
Browser program.

Board-Specific Display
Certain board-specific information will be displayed on your screen when assigning an IP Address for your
specific network or when monitoring the network interface to the KN-302. In addition, six printer-specific
screens will be available to you for setting up and monitoring the printer system, as described below.

Printer-Specific Display
When setting up and monitoring the printer system, the following six printer-specific pages display:

• Main Page
• Printer Status
• Advanced Features
• Network Setup
• Printer Setup
• Language Select

Screen Description and Functionality


Each page displays the Konica logo in the upper left corner of the screen.

Buttons appear under the Konica logo to enable you to access all of the pages, as well as the
Konica Home Page.

On each page, the Refresh button is available to allow you to make quick updates to the current
page.

All buttons have black text, except for the button associated with the current page, which displays
yellow text.

Illustrations of the six printer-specific pages can be found starting on the next page.

A-2 Appendix
Web Utilities

The HTTP Server

Main Page

The Main Page is a greeting page that displays basic current printer status. "Ready" or "Offline" will be
highlighted.

If the printer is "Ready," an accompanying "Ready To Print" message will be highlighted in the Message
block on the right.

If the printer is "Offline," an accompanying message will be highlighted to describe the condition, such as,
"No Paper."

Appendix A-3
Web Utilities
The HTTP Server

Printer Status
Printer Status displays detailed status of the printer by focusing on the following three separate areas of the
system:

• IP Controller
• Printer Engine
• Print Job

By viewing this page, you will quickly know whether the status of the printer is related to the controller, the
engine, or the previous print job.

Should you require additional information about the controller, for example, click on the name "IP- Print
Controller" which links you to a sub-page that displays information about the controller's configuration.

Similarly, the name "Engine" is linked to the sub-page that displays additional information on the printer
engine.

A-4 Appendix
Web Utilities
The HTTP Server

Printer Status (continued)


IP - Print Controller
The sub-page of the IP - Print Controller displays the current configuration of the print controller, including
the hardware and software version/revision number, as well as the RAM and Hard Disk size and the amount
of free space available on the the Hard Disk.

NOTE: While this page can only be accessed from the Printer Status page, it follows the convention of the other pages by
providing direct access to all six pages as well as to Konica's home page via the buttons on the left.

Appendix A-5
Web Utilities
The HTTP Server
Printer Status (continued)
Engine
The sub-page of the Engine displays the current configuration of the printer engine, including engine type,
finisher type, code version, country code, display language, tray configurations and paper count informa-
tion. The User's Manual that comes with the printer engine describes this in detail.

NOTE: While this page can only be accessed from the Printer Status page, it follows the convention of the other pages by
providing direct access to all six pages as well as to Konica's home page via the buttons on the left.

A-6 Appendix
Web Utilities

The HTTP Server

Advanced Features

Access to the Advanced Features page is available only to the printer Administrator who may need to
perform the following advanced functions:

• Re-program the IP/Engine software via Telnet

• Send and receive files via FTP

• View and edit IP Spool Queue

• Send and receive E-mail jobs

• Other administrative functions

NOTE: You must have an Administrator Password to access the features listed above.

Appendix A-7
Web Utilities

The HTTP Server

Network Setup

The Network Setup page provides access to board-specific pages that are used for setting up and monitor-
ing the printer system.

A-8 Appendix
Web Utilities
The HTTP Server
Printer Setup
The Printer Setup page provides access to the printer options page, which allows you to configure the
following:
• Printer Controller
• Print Job
• Print Finishing
Printer Controller controls hardware items, such as, timeouts, baud rate, and parity. Print Job controls paper
size, print resolution, number of copies, etc. Print Finishing controls finishing selections, such as stapling
and sorting.

Appendix A-9
Web Utilities

The HTTP Server

Language Select

The Language Select page allows you to change the current web page language setting.

When the current language is selected, the Main Page displays.

When you choose a languge other than the current language, a new page prompts you to enter an Adminis-
trator Password before proceeding with language switching.

NOTE: Available languages include English, Japanese, German, French, and Spanish.

A-10 Appendix
Appendix B
Cable Specifications
KN-302 Specifications
Assigning Multiple File Servers to Novell KN-302 Print Server
Jumper Settings
Windows 95 Peer Printing
Cable Specifications

10BaseT/100BaseT Cables

Use the following universal Ethernet standard when configuring your 10BaseT/100BaseT cables to connect
to the RJ45 connector on the KN-302 print server.

Pin Number 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 Transmit +

B-2 Appendix
Assigning Multiple File Servers
Assign multiple file servers to the KN-302 print server using NetWare's PCONSOLE utility during initial
installation or afterward.

• During initial installation, assign multiple file servers to the KN-302 print server as part of the
software installation.

• Or, after initial installation is completed, use PCONSOLE to assign file servers to the KN-302
print server. To enable the print server to service the newly assigned file servers, turn the KN-302
print server power off, then on.

How to Assign Multiple File Servers

STEP 1
(a) Go to each selected File Server and create a KN-302 print server as described in Section 2,
Installation.

(b) Choose Print Server Information on the Available Options menu.

STEP 2
(a) When the Print Server menu displays, press the [INS] key to display the new Print Server
Name entry box.

(b) Type in the name of the KN-302 print server using the serial number printed on the label
located on the KN-302 board.

(c) Type in the name as follows: KN3_<serial number>

STEP 3
(a) After typing in the KN-302 print server name, press Enter. The Print Server Information
menu appears.

(b) Choose Print Server Configuration on that menu.

(c) Choose Printer Configuration on the Print Server Configuration menu. A list of printers
appears.

(d) Assign the KN-302 to Printer 0. After you assign each printer a number, a Printer Configura
tion menu appears for the printer.

(e) Under the field name TYPE, select Remote Other/Unknown as the printer type.

(f) After you configure each printer, save your changes (when you receive the prompt) and escape
back to the Print Server Configuration menu.

Appendix B-3
Assigning Multiple File Servers

STEP 4: How to Assign Multiple File Servers (continued)


(a) Select Queues Serviced by Printer from the Print Server Configuration menu.

(b) Select the appropriate printer from the list of Defined Printers. The screen that appears should
be blank for the initial installation procedure.

(c) Press [INS] key to display a list of Available Queues for your printer.

(d) Choose a queue and assign a priority level to the queue (from 1 to 10), then press Enter. The
queue appears on the previous screen.

(e) Press [INS] to enter additional queues.

(f) When you finish assigning queues, escape back to the Print Server Configuration menu.

If you do not want to set up NOTIFY functions, go to Step 6.


If you want to set up NOTIFY functions, go to the next step.

STEP 5
(a) Select users or user groups to be notified if a problem occurring with a print job is sent to a
KN-302 printer. (For details, refer to Step 5 of Set Up Notify Options for KN-302 printer(s) in
Section 3.)

If this procedure is part of the initial KN-302 installation, then you are finished. If this procedure is
being used after initial KN-302 installation, then go to Step 6.

STEP 6
Power down the KN-302 unit and power it back on. This will attach the file servers you assigned to
the KN-302 print server.

Using Passwords When Multiple File Servers Are Assigned


With multiple file servers assigned, the same (or no) password is used for all servers when the KN-302 logs
into the network. Set a password for the KN-302 print server using the PCONSOLE utility and the Konica
Network Management Utility for Windows program (see NetWare Configuration, Section 3).

When power is turned on during the initial installation or any time afterward, the KN-302 will log into the
network and specify a password for all file servers assigned to it. If no password is found, no password to
login will be specified.

B-4 Appendix
Jumper Settings
Normally, you do not need to change the jumpers on the KN-302 board. Only in a rare case would you find
that the jumper configuration does not work with your network configuration.

IMPORTANT: Do NOT change any of these jumpers unless you have the technical knowledge to do
so. Any changes to the jumper setting may cause your KN-302 to perform improperly or not at all.

To change specific jumper settings, see procedures below and on the following pages.

Changing Jumper Settings

Step 1: Turn off the Printer Controller Power and unplug the power cord.

Step 2: Remove the KN-302 board from the printer controller.

Step 3: Locate the Jumpers on the KN-302 board. (See the KN-302 board illustration on the
following page.)

Step 4: Change jumpers, as specified on the following pages.

Step 5: Reinsert the KN-302 board into the PCI Bus slot of the printer controller.

Step 6: Plug in the power cord, then turn on power to the Printer Controller.

Appendix B-5
Jumper Settings
Changing Jumper Settings

KN-302 Ethernet Print Server Board and Jumper Locations

The illustration below shows the location of each of the jumpers on the KN-302. The default pin positions
are shown.

KN-302 Board Illustration

TESTBYPASS
0P7
0P2

0P5
0P4
0P3

0P10P6

F T ON ON
A B
C
T

Once you locate the jumper you want to change, use the appropriate procedure to change that jumper.

The procedure for changing the jumpers continues on the next page.

B-6 Appendix
Jumper Settings
Changing Jumper Settings

Factory Default Jumper - OP2

The Reset to Factory Default OP2 jumper allows you to force the KN-302 back to factory default settings

When you change this jumper, the parameters altered by any administrative programs will be restored to
factory default values, losing any special configuration information that may have been entered.

The KN-302 is shipped with the jumper set to NORM (OP2 set to pins 2 and 3) for normal customer
configuration.

To restore the KN-302 factory default setting, you must change the jumper to FACT (for factory default) by
setting OP2 to pins 1 and 2, power up the KN-302, power down the KN-302, then change the jumper back
to NORM.
See the following illustration.

Network Bridging - OP4


This jumper is only used for Token Ring design (not applicable here) to select the setting that is compatible
with the bridge architecture of your network. The setting options are: Source Route Bridging (a default
setting with OP4 set to pins 2 and 3); and Transparent Bridging (with OP4 set to pins 1 and 2).

Appendix B-7
Windows 95 Peer Printing
Windows 95 Peer Printing allows Windows 95 workstations to print to KN-302 printers.
The main features of the Windows 95 Peer Printing are as follows:
• Runs on Windows 95 workstation out of the box.
• Runs on networks which have no NetWare file server.
• Implements peer-to-peer bidirectional printing between
Windows 95 workstations and KN-302 printers.
• Setup is easy. Users can configure network printers the same way they configure printers directly
attached to their workstations.

Installation and Operation


Install the Windows 95 Peer Printing print driver as follows:

1. Insert the Konica Network Management Utility CD in the CD drive.

2. From the Windows 95 main window, click on Start.

3. Click on Run.
The CD should run automatically while installing ACROBAT READER or while accessing the
table of contents for ACROBAT READER.

4. From the Run screen, select the Setup file from the CD-ROM that you placed in your CD drive.

Should the CD not run automatically, execute the file OSICOM16.EXE for the Windows 3.11
system; or execute the file OSICOM32.EXE for the Windows 95/NT/98 system.

5. Click on OK.

6. At the PeerToPeer Setup screen, click on Next.

If setup detects a previous installation of the PeerToPeer Driver, it will prompt you to have Setup delete
the old driver and continue the installation procedure.

7. At this prompt, click on Yes or No.

To use a KN-302 printer, use the Add Printer Wizard in the Windows 95 Printers folder. KN-302-95
printers will appear as local printers.

B-8 Appendix
A
AppleTalk Configuration and Administration 4-2
AppleTalk Protocol Checklist 6-14

B
Benefits With Each Protocol 1-3
Bindery Emulation 3-47
BOOTP Lite 5-5

C
Cable Specifications Appendix B
Configuration 1-3
AppleTalk 4-2, 4-5, 4-7
Dynamic Host Protocol 5-15
Configuration Checklist 6-12
KN-302 For Use With Novell NetWare 3-21
Network Protocol 2-5
Using NetWare 2.15 and 3.1x 3-22
Using NetWare 4.x Bindery Emulation 3-47
Using NetWare 4.x NetWare Directory Services 3-33
UNIX IP Address On The KN-302 Print Server 5-19
Connectors 2-3, 6-2

D
Diagnosing Problems 6-2

E
Error Page 6-6

F
File Server Checklist 6-11
FTP Client 5-16
FTP UNIX Printing 5-15

H
Hardware 2-4
Help 3-7
HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) 3-5, 4-9
HTTP Server Appendix A

I
Installation
About 1-4
Hardware 2-4
Konica Network Management Utility 2-6
Requirements 1-5
TCP/IP For UNIX 5-4
TCP/IP For UNIX (If Not Running lpd) 5-34
IP Address, Assigning
With ARP for Windows for Workgroups 5-6
With BOOTP Lite for Windows for Workgroups 5-5
With ARP for Windows 95 5-10
With ntBOOTP for Windows 95 5-9
With ARP for Windows NT 5-13
With ntBOOTP for Windows NT 5-12
IP Browser 3-5, 4-9

J
Jumper Settings Appendix B

Index
K
KN-302
Board 2-3
Configuration Checklist 6-12
Print Server/File Server/Printer Connection Checklist 6-11
Workstation Checklist 6-11
Workstation to KN-302 Connection Checklist 6-13
Konica Network Management Utility
2-6, 3-6, 3-35

L
lpd UNIX Printing 5-25
lpr Spooler, Loading 5-8
lpr Queue 5-7

M
MAP (Management Access Program) 2-6, 3-6
MAP Main Screen 3-8
MAP Program Screen 3-7
MAP Setup Screen 3-7
Multiple File Servers Appendix B

N
NetWare
Configuration Menu 3-37
NetWare Utilities 3-2
NetWare Directory Services 3-33
Novell NetWare 3-21
ntBOOTP 5-9, 5-12

P
PCONSOLE
NetWare 2.15 and 3.1x 3-23
NetWare 4.x Bindery Emulation 3-48
Novell NetWare 3-21
PeerToPeer Printing (Windows) Appendix B
Print Queues 3-22
Print Server Name 3-23
Primary File Server 3-54
Printer Checklist
AppleTalk 6-14
Basic 6-8

S
Specifications 1-6
Status 6-4
Error Page 6-6

T
Troubleshooting (Section 6)

U
UNIX 5-2
Checklist 6-15

W
Web Utilities (HTTP Server) Appendix A

Index
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