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SERVICE MANUAL

DIGITAL PLAIN PAPER COPIER DP 2570/3580


FOR PRINTER & NETWORKING FUNCTIONS

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Copyright TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION 1999


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Software

Contents

Chapter 1 Features and Specifications

Chapter 2 Setup

Chapter 3 Setting NOS

Chapter 4 Utility

Chapter 5 Status Display and the Solutions

Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
Chapter 1 Features and Specifications

1. Summary ......................................................................... 1-1

2. Features .......................................................................... 1-1

3. Specifications ................................................................. 1-2


1. Summary
The printer board is connected to the system board with an ISA bus. The printer functions are provided as corresponding
with the system board. The printer board receives the print data from computers connected in local or network. The print
data are converted to compressed graphic data and sent to the system board. If the printer is connected in network, it can
be used in conjunction with the NIC, Network Interface Controller.

2. Features
(1) High-speed printing
The 64-bit RISC microprocessor “PowerPC603e-100MHz” is installed as the CPU, enabling high-speed processing
and printing of complex print data at 25ppm (DP2570) or 35ppm (DP3580).

(2) Printing up to A3 size


Printable page size range from A5 to A3 sized pages. A3 sized drawings and diagrams can be printed at full size.

(3) High-quality printing


The print resolution of 600 dpi meets the requirements of high-quality images created by wordprocessor, DTP, CAD
applications, etc. Even in the high-speed print mode with 300 dpi, the outline of characters, graphics, etc. is smooth-
processed for printing.

(4) Supporting PDL, PCL-5e, and PCL-XL.


PDL, PCL-5e, and PCL-XL are provided as standard printer drivers. Therefore, a printer driver suitable to the print
contents can be used for printing. PDL is compatible with PostScript level2 printer so that the printer can be used for
professional DTP document printing.

(5) Variety of Resident Fonts


45 fonts for PCL-5e, and 35 fonts for PDL are installed in the printer.

(6) Sort Mode, Stapling (Optional)


In this mode, printed documents can be sorted and stapled.

(7) Duplex Printing (Optional)


Printing on both sides of paper can be performed automatically to reduce paper consumption.

(8) Supporting Network (Optional)


This supports 100BASE-TX, 10BASE-T/2 of Ethernet, and Token Ring as the varieties of selection for network
interface. The printer is compatible with TCP/IP and IPX/SPX protocols. The printer can be used as a network
printer in the environments of NetWare, Windows 3.1, and Windows 95/98/NT4.0. In Windows 95/98/NT network
the environments, data can be output to the printer even in a peer-to-peer network based on an exclusive utility
without going through a server.

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3. Specifications
Printer Board
Product Name KR-7009 / KR-7015
Applicable Product DP2570 / DP3580
Print Method Indirect Electrostatic Photographic (Dry Method)
Print Speed 24.5 ppm / 34.5 ppm
Resolution 600dpi
Paper Size FOLIO, LEDGER, LEGAL, LETTER, STATEMENT, COMPUTER, A3, A4, A5, B4, B5
Emulation PCL-5e, PCL-XL, PDL (PostScript level 2)
CPU PowerPC 603e-100MHz
First cache instruction 16KB
Data 16KB
RAM Standard SDRAM: 16MB
Option SDRAM DIMM x 1: 32MB
Bank x 1, Clock x 1

ROM Program Flash ROM SIMM x 1: 18MB


Font OTP ROM SIMM x 1: 16MB
Interface Standard Parallel Interface (IEEE-1284, Centronics-type 36 pins)
Nible mode, ECP Mode, DPO (Ethernet, Token Ring)
Compression Support PM-2m (MH/MR/MMR/JBIG)
Size 230mm x 190mm

Operable Condition Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32F. to 122F. )


Humidity: 5 to 95% (No condensation)
Power Supply: 3.3V±5%, 5.0V±5%
Power Consumption Max. 2A (3.3V)
Min. 1A (5.0V)

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Network Interface Card
Product Name KR-7010 KR-7011 KR-7012
Applicable Machines Max. 25 pages/minutes machine: DP2570
Max. 35 pages/minutes machine: DP3580
Network Type 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX 100BASE-T/2 Token Ring
Trans. Speed 10/100Mbps 10Mbps 4/16Mbps
Interface 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX: 10BASE-T: Token Ring:
RJ-45 Connector x 1 RJ-45 Connector x 1 RJ-45 Connector x 1
10BASE-2: BNC Connector x 1 D-sub 9 Connector x 1
Indicator Lamp LED (Green) x 1
LED (Amber) x 1
Size 127mm x 127mm
Operable Conditions Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32F.~122F.)
Humidity: 5 to 80% (No condensation)

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Chapter 2 Setup

1. Unpacking and Installation Procedure ......................... 2-1

2. Example of Connecting the Printer .............................. 2-6

2.1 Example of Connecting in Local Mode


(Parallel connection) ................................................................. 2-6
2.2 Example of Connection in a Client-server Type Network ...... 2-6
2.3 Example of Connecting in a Peer-to-peer Type Network ....... 2-7

3. Setup Flow ...................................................................... 2-8

3.1 Setup Flow List .......................................................................... 2-8


3.2 Utility List ................................................................................... 2-9
1. Unpacking and Installation Procedure
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KR-7009
KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012
ATTENTION
WARNUNG
ADVERTENCIA

●The unpacking and set-up procedure shall be done by


a qualified service technician.
1 DEBRANCHER
HERAUSZIEHEN
DESENCHUFAR


KR-7013 ●La procédure de déballage et de mise en route doit
étre exécutée par un technicien d'entretien qualifié.
●Auspacken und Einrichten muß von einem
qualifizierten Service-Techniker durchgeführt werden.
●El desempaquetamiento, ajuste y conexión deberán
ser ejecutados por un técnico calificado.

OUVRIR ABRIR ENLEVER QUITAR


2 ÖFFNEN 3-1 ENTFERNEN

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KR-7009/KR-7009J/KR-7009E
9 9
9 10
KR-7009
12 11
13
KR-7013
KR-7010/
KR-7011/ 7 8 18
KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012 KR-7012 KR-7013 19 KR-7009

ENLEVER QUITAR ENLEVER QUITAR ENLEVER QUITAR


3-2 ENTFERNEN 4 ENTFERNEN 5 ENTFERNEN

KR-7010/
KR-7011/
11 KR-7012
14

KR-7013

ENLEVER QUITAR INSTALLER INSTALAR INSTALLER INSTALAR


6 ENTFERNEN 7 EINBAUEN 8 EINBAUEN

7 1

9 INSTALLER
EINBAUEN
INSTALAR
10 INSTALLER
EINBAUEN
INSTALAR
PLEASE SEE THE BACK SIDE.

PRIERE DE REGARDER A L’ARRIERE.


10 SIEHE RÜCKSEITE.
POR FAVOR MIRE EN LA PARTE TRASERA.

●According to the application PPC models, there is possibility of changing these figures.

●Selon les modèles PPC d'application, il est possible de changer ces figures.
●Je nach PPC-Modell sind die Abbildungen möglicherweise unterschiedlich.
●De acuerdo a los modelos de PPC a plicarse, hay posibilidad de cambiarse estas figuras.

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INSTALLER INSTALAR INSTALLER INSTALAR INSTALLER INSTALAR
11 EINBAUEN 12 EINBAUEN 13 EINBAUEN

for KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012 for KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012 for KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012

12 13

INSTALLER INSTALAR ENLEVER QUITAR ENLEVER QUITAR


14 EINBAUEN 15 ENTFERNEN 16 ENTFERNEN

for KR-7013 for KR-7010/


KR-7011/KR-7012

17 INSTALLER
EINBAUEN
INSTALAR
18 INSTALLER
EINBAUEN
INSTALAR
19 INSTALLER
EINBAUEN
INSTALAR

for KR-7010KR-7011/KR-7012

ENLEVER QUITAR INSTALLER INSTALAR


20 ENLEVER
ENTFERNEN
QUITAR
21 ENTFERNEN 22 EINBAUEN

for KR-7010/
KR-7011/KR-7012

CONFIRMATION CONFIRMAR
23 BESTÄTIGEN 24 FIN
ENDE
FIN

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Réferez-vous à la page (CONFIRMATION)


Siehe anderes Blatt (BESTÄTIGEN)
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CONFIRM ADJUSTMENT
(1) Turn on the copier while pressing keys 0 and 8 simultaneously. Note: Carrying out this procedure will format HDD and delete any data
(2) After making sure that "TEST MODE" is displayed, enter code 6 9 1 . contained inside it.
Then press START , enter code 1 and press INTERRUPT . (1) Turn on the copier while pressing keys 0 and 8 simultaneously.
(3) Confirm that "1" is displayed, then turn the switch to OFF. (2) After making sure that "TEST MODE" is displayed, enter code 6 9 0 .
Note: If "1" is not displayed, set to "1" following the adjustment procedure. Then press START , enter code 1 and press INTERRUPT .
(3) "WAIT" is displayed for a while.
(4) If the display changes from "WAIT" to "SYSTEM MODE" , turn the main
switch of the copier off.

CONFIRMATION AJUSTEMENT
(1) Mettre le copieur sous tension tout en tenant les touches 0 et 8 Note: Noter que cet ajustement formatera l'unité de disque dur et effacera ses
enfoncées. données.
(2) Après avoir vérifié que "TEST MODE" est affiché, programmer le code 6 9 (1) Mettre le copieur sous tension tout en tenant les touches 0 et 8
1 . enfoncées.
Puis appuyer sur START , programmer le code 1 et appuyer sur (2) Après avoir vérifié que "TEST MODE" est affiché, programmer le code 6 9 0 .
INTERRUPTION . Puis appuyer sur START , programmer le code 1 et appuyer sur
(3) Vérifier que l'écran de réglage indique "1" avant de mettre l'interrupteur INTERRUPTION .
d'énergie hors tension. (3) "WAIT" sera affiché.
Note: Si l'écran de réglage n'indique pas "1", régler sur "1" en suivant la (4) Si I'affichage change de "WAIT" à "SYSTEM MODE" , mettre I'interrupteur
procédure d'adjustement. d'énergie du copieur hors tension.

BESTÄTIGEN JUSTIERUNG
(1) Das Gerät einschalten, indem die Tasten 0 und 8 gleichzeitig gedrückt Anmerkung: Mit dieser Justierung wird die HDD Diskette initialisiert und somit
gehalten werden. die Daten auf dieser HDD Diskette gelöscht.
(2) Prüfen, daß "TEST MODE" angezeigt ist und den Code 6 9 1 eingeben. (1) Das Gerät einschalten, indem die Tasten 0 und 8 gleichzeitig gedrückt
Danach START drücken, Code 1 eingeben und UNTERBRECHEN gehalten werden.
drücken. (2) Prüfen, daß "TEST MODE" angezeigt ist und den Code 6 9 0 eingeben.
(3) Prüfen, ob "1" angezeigt ist und den Hauptschalter des Kopierers Danach START drücken, Code 1 eingeben und UNTERBRECHEN
ausschalten. drücken.
Anmerkung: Falls nicht "1" angezeigt ist, nach dem Justierungsverfahren auf (3) "WAIT" wird angezeigt.
"1" umstellen. (4) Falls sich die Anzeige von "WAIT" auf "SYSTEM MODE" ändert, den
Hauptschalter des Kopierers ausschalten.

CONFIRMAR CÓMO REALIZAR EL AJUSTE


(1) Presione simultáneamente las teclas 0 y 8 y active el interruptor de la Nota: Tenga en cuenta que este ajuste formateará el disco duro y borrará los
alimentación a la posición ON. datos que se encuentren en él.
(2) Despuées de comprobar que aparece la visualización "Modo de prueba", (1) Presione simultáneamente las teclas 0 y 8 y active el interruptor de la
entre el código 6 9 1 , y presione el botón START . alimentación a la posición ON.
(3) Después de comprobar que "1" aparece en la visualización, desactive el (2) Despuées de comprobar que aparece la visualización "Modo de prueba",
interruptor de la alimentación. entre el código 6 9 0 , y presione el botón START .
Nota: Si "1" no aparece en la visualización, póngalo en "1" siguiendo el (3) Seguidamente entre 1 y presione el botón de introducción .
procedimiento de ajuste. (4) En la pantalla aparecerá la visualización "Espere".
(5) Despuées que la visualización cambie de "Espere" a"Modo de sistema",
desactive el interruptor de la alimentación a la posición OFF.

(1)
(2) TEST MODE (1)
(3) (2) TEST MODE
(3)
(4) WAIT
(5) WAIT SYSTEM MODE

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KR-7015
KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012
ATTENTION
WARNUNG
ADVERTENCIA

●The unpacking and set-up procedure shall be done by


a qualified service technician.
1 DEBRANCHER DESENCHUFAR
HERAUSZIEHEN


KR-7013 ●La procédure de déballage et de mise en route doit
étre exécutée par un technicien d'entretien qualifié.
●Auspacken und Einrichten muß von einem
qualifizierten Service-Techniker durchgeführt werden.
●El desempaquetamiento, ajuste y conexión deberán
ser ejecutados por un técnico calificado.

OUVRIR ABRIR ENLEVER QUITAR


2 ÖFFNEN 3-1 ENTFERNEN

19 13 12
KR-7015/KR-7015J/KR-7015E
7
KR-7015
17
KR-7013
KR-7010/ 13
KR-7011/ 12 16
KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012 KR-7012 KR-7013 19
KR-7015

ENLEVER QUITAR ENLEVER QUITAR ENLEVER QUITAR


3-2 ENTFERNEN 4 ENTFERNEN 5 ENTFERNEN

KR-7010/
KR-7011/
16 KR-7012
14

KR-7013

ENLEVER QUITAR INSTALLER INSTALAR


6 ENTFERNEN 7 EINBAUEN 8 INSTALLER
EINBAUEN
INSTALAR

INSTALLER INSTALAR INSTALLER INSTALAR


9 EINBAUEN 10 EINBAUEN PLEASE SEE THE BACK SIDE.

PRIERE DE REGARDER A L’ARRIERE.


SIEHE RÜCKSEITE.
POR FAVOR MIRE EN LA PARTE TRASERA.

●According to the application PPC models, there is possibility of changing these figures.

●Selon les modèles PPC d'application, il est possible de changer ces figures.
●Je nach PPC-Modell sind die Abbildungen möglicherweise unterschiedlich.
●De acuerdo a los modelos de PPC a plicarse, hay posibilidad de cambiarse estas figuras.

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INSTALLER INSTALAR INSTALLER INSTALAR
11 ENLEVER
ENTFERNEN
QUITAR
12 EINBAUEN 13 EINBAUEN

INSTALLER INSTALAR ENLEVER QUITAR INSTALLER INSTALAR


14 EINBAUEN 15 ENTFERNEN 16 EINBAUEN
for KR-7013 for KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012 for KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012

16

18

INSTALLER INSTALAR INSTALLER INSTALAR


17 EINBAUEN 18 EINBAUEN 19 INSTALLER
EINBAUEN
INSTALAR

for KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012 for KR-7010/KR-7011/KR-7012

18

CONFIRMATION CONFIRMAR FIN FIN


20 BESTÄTIGEN 21 ENDE

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Siehe anderes Blatt (BESTÄTIGEN)
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2. Examples of Connecting the Printer
The printer can be used in local connection (parallel connection), client-server type network, and peer-to-peer type network.
The optional network interface card is necessary when the printer is connected in client-server type or peer-to-peer type
network.

2.1 Example of Connecting in Local Mode (Parallel Connection)

The printer is connected directly to a computer using a parallel interface on-board as the default interface. An optional parallel
cable is necessary.

2.2 Example of Connection in a Client-server Type Network

The printer is shared with more than one computer connected though a server computer (NetWare server and Windows NT
server.)
→ NetWare 3.x
→ NetWare 4.x (NDS mode or a bindery emulation mode)
→ Windows NT 4.0 (TCP/IP printing service)

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2.3 Example of Connecting in a Peer-to-peer Type Network

The printer is shared with Windows95/98/NT computers connected in a peer-to-peer network environment, without going
through a server computer. The peer-to-peer utility should be installed in each computer connected to the printer.
→ Peer-to-peer utility for TCP/IP
→ Peer-to-peer utility for IPX/SPX

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Local Peer-to-peer Server 3.

3.1
Procedure Utility Connection for TCP/IP for IPX/SPX NetWare 3.x NetWare 4.x NetWare 4.x WindowsNT
(NDS) (Bindery) (TCP/IP
Printing)

Open the package --- O O O O O O O

Install the printer board --- O O O O O O O

Install the network board --- --- O O O O O O

Setting IP address, Subnet mask, Control panel --- O O O (---) O (---) O (---) O
Gateway address
Setup Flow

Network settings TCP/IP Top Access --- O --- --- --- --- O
Setup Flow List
to the network condition of the computer.

NetWare Top Access --- --- O O (---) O (---) O (---) ---

Install the MAP MAP --- --- --- --- (O) --- (O) --- (O) ---

MAP Setup MAP --- --- --- --- (O) --- (O) --- (O) ---

Server settings (Print server, Queue, NOS --- --- --- O O O ---
and Printer)

Install the peer-to- TCP/IP The peer-to-peer --- O --- --- --- --- ---

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peer utility utility for TCP/IP

IPX/SPX The peer-to-peer --- --- O --- --- --- ---


utility for IPX/SPX

Install the printer PCL-5e PCL-5e O O O --- --- --- O

driver PCL-XL PCL-XL O O O --- --- --- O

PDL PDL O O O --- --- --- O

Install Font Navigator Font Navigator O O O --- --- --- O

Printer driver PCL-5e PCL-5e --- --- --- O O O O

Setup for clients PCL-XL PCL-XL --- --- --- O O O O

PDL PDL --- --- --- O O O O

Install Font Navigator for clients Font Navigator --- --- --- O O O O

The units in brackets have no TCP/IP environment and apply to the NetWare environment.
The setup flow is different depending on the network condition. Please refer to the Setup Flow List below for the setup suited
3.2 Utility List

Stored Installing in Start Client Peer-


Utility Local Description
Location Computers Control Server to-peer
Control Panel System-board Unnecessary Control Panel --- O O Setting IP address, subnet mask and gateway ad-
ROM dress, setting emulation, administering print jobs,
test printing, and switching on-line/off-line.

Top Access Printer-board Unnecessary Computer --- O O Custom setting in network, default setting for
ROM (Necessary printer, administering print jobs, and displaying
setting in a com- the print information.
puter)

Peer-to-peer CD-ROM Necessary Computer --- --- O Making the printer usable in peer-to-peer.
utility for
IPX/SPX

Printer Driver CD-ROM Necessary Computer O O O Making the printer usable with various functions.
Selection of printer drivers for printing conditions.

MAP CD-ROM Necessary Computer --- O --- Operating the MAP when there is not the TCP/IP
protocol in the NetWare network.
Setting the NetWare instead of Top Access.

Font Navigator CD-ROM Necessary Computer O O O Installing the bit-map fonts to the computer to dis-
play the resident fonts on the screen clearly.

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Chapter 3 Setting NOS

1. NetWare 3.x Setup .......................................................... 3-1

1.1 Setting up NetWare with Top Access or MAP ......................... 3-1


1.2 Setting up with PCONSOLE ...................................................... 3-1
1.2.1 Selecting File Server ................................................................................... 3-1
1.2.2 Creating a Print Queue ................................................................................ 3-1
1.2.3 Creating the Print Server ............................................................................. 3-2
1.2.4 Creating the Printer ..................................................................................... 3-2
1.2.5 Assigning a Print Queue .............................................................................. 3-2
1.3 Notify Option .............................................................................. 3-3
1.3.1 Setting Procedure ........................................................................................ 3-3
1.4 Identify the Preferred File Server ............................................. 3-3
1.5 Identify the Primary File Server ................................................ 3-4
1.5.1 Setting Procedure ........................................................................................ 3-4
2. NetWare 4.x Set up in NDS Mode .................................. 3-5

2.1 Setting up NetWare with Top Access or MAP ......................... 3-5


2.2 Setting up NetWare Administrator ........................................... 3-5
2.2.1 Starting the NetWare Administrator ............................................................. 3-5
2.2.2 Creating a Print Queue ................................................................................ 3-6
2.2.3 Creating the Printer ..................................................................................... 3-6
2.2.4 Assigning a Print Queue .............................................................................. 3-6
2.2.5 Creating the Print Server ............................................................................. 3-6
2.2.6 Allocating the Printer ................................................................................... 3-7
3. NetWare 4.x Set up in Bindery Mode ............................ 3-8

3.1 Confirming Bindery Context ..................................................... 3-8


3.2 Setting up NetWare with Top Access or MAP ......................... 3-8
3.3 Setting up with PCONSOLE ...................................................... 3-8
3.3.1 Starting PCONSOLE ................................................................................... 3-8
3.3.2 Creating a Print Queue ................................................................................ 3-9
3.3.3 Creating the Print Server ............................................................................. 3-9
3.3.4 Creating the Printer ..................................................................................... 3-9
3.3.5 Assigning the Print Queue ........................................................................... 3-9
3.4 Changing the File Server ........................................................ 3-10
3.5 Changing the Print Queue ...................................................... 3-10
3.6 Setting with Notify Options ..................................................... 3-11

4. Using Windows NT4.0 .................................................. 3-12

4.1 Before Setting up ..................................................................... 3-12


4.2 Setting up the TCP/IP Printing Service .................................. 3-12
1. NetWare 3.x Setup
When utilized together with NetWare 3.x, this machine is set up by using Top Access or MAP, and NetWare 3.x by using
PCONSOLE.

NOTE:

Set them up in the print server mode. They cannot be used in the remote printer mode.

1.1 Setting up NetWare with Top Access or MAP

The following contents for NetWare 3.x must be set up:


When Top Access is used:
• Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created.
• Preferred File Server Name Enter the name of the file server to be logged in.
• Bindery Mode Be sure to set to “Enable”.
When MAP is used:
• Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created.
• Preferred File Server Name Enter the name of the file server to be logged in.
• Disable Bindery Be sure to set to “OFF”.
Set other items corresponding to requirements.

1.2 Setting up with PCONSOLE

Work on the workstation.

1.2.1 Selecting File Server


Select the file server when the print server will be created.
(1) Log in for the NetWare server with “Supervisor.”
(2) Type “PCONSOLE” in DOS prompt and press the [Enter] key.
(3) Choose [Change Current File Server] from the [Available Options] menu.
• If you do not have to change the File Server, skip to “Creating a print queue.”
(4) A list of file servers is displayed.
(5) Select the file server on which you want to install the print server and press the [Enter] key.
• If the name of the file server you want is not displayed, press the [Insert] key to get a list of file servers.
(6) Log into the file server.
(7) Press the [Esc] key to return to the [Available Options] menu.

1.2.2 Creating a Print Queue


(1) Choose [Print Queue Information] from the [Available Options] menu and press the [Enter] key.
(2) Print Queue appears.
(3) Press the [Insert] key.
(4) Enter the print queue name at [New Print Queue Name] and press the [Enter] key.
(5) Press the [Esc] key.
(6) The display returns to showing the [Available Options] menu.

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1.2.3 Creating the Print Server
(1) Choose [Print Server Information] from the [Available Options] menu and press the [Enter] key.
(2) Print Server appears.
(3) Press the [Insert] key.
(4) Enter print server name at [New Print Server Name] and press the [Enter] key.

1.2.4 Creating the Printer


(1) Choose the created print server and press the [Enter] key.
(2) The [Print Server Information] menu appears.
(3) Choose [Print Server Configuration] from the [Print Server Information] menu and press the [Enter] key.
(4) The [Print Server Configuration] menu appears.
(5) Choose [Printer Configuration] from the [Printer Server Configuration] menu and press the [Enter] key.
(6) Configured Printers appears.
(7) Select a printer number, for which [Not Installed] is displayed, from the [Configured Printers] and press the [Enter] key.
(8) Printer X Configuration appears. (X is the printer number selected.)
(9) Enter the printer name and press the [Enter] key.
(10) Confirm the [Type] is set up to [Defined], then press [Esc] key.
(11) Choose [Yes] and press the [Enter] key.
(12) The printer is added to [Configured Printers].
(13) Press the [Esc] key.
(14) The display returns to showing the [Print Server Configuration] menu.

1.2.5 Assigning a Print Queue


(1) Choose [Queues Serviced by Printer] from the [Print Server Configuration] menu.
(2) Defined Printers appears.
(3) Select a created printer from [Defined Printers] and press the [Enter] key.
(4) The assigning queue screen appears.
(5) Press the [Insert] key.
(6) Available Queues appears.
(7) Select a created queue.
• Up to 10 queues can be selected. When more than one queue is to be selected, the priority must be decided in
advance.
(8) Enter the priority and press the [Enter] key.
(9) The queue is assigned.
• When assigning more than one queue, repeat steps 5 through 9.
(10) Press the [Esc] key six times.
(11) When [End?] appears, choose [Yes] and press the [Enter] key.

SUPPLEMENT:

To install a print server on more than one file server, perform the procedures of NetWare 3.x
Set up: Creating the print queue, Creating the print server, Creating the printer, and Assigning
a print queue for each file server. You must use the same name and password for the print
server (or not password) on all file servers. If you use a password, specify it on each file server
using the Change Password option on the Print Server Information menu of the PCONSOLE
utility.

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1.3 Notify Option

The print server enables the notification of users or user groups with Notify options if a problem occurs with the printer.
The print server supports the enhanced Notify options for printers, including informing users when:
• The printer is off-line.
• Paper jamming occurs or the cover is opened.
• The printer is out of paper or manual feeding is required.
• A form change is required or the printer has an engine failure.

1.3.1 Setting Procedure


(1) Select the [Print Server Information] from the [Available Options] menu.
(2) Select the print server you want to set “NOTIFY” from the [Print Server] menu.
(3) Choose the [Notify List for Printer] in the [Print Server Configuration] menu.
(4) Select the printer from the [Defined Printer] list.
(5) The Screen appears (which is blank for an initial installation.)
(6) Press the [Insert] key.
(7) View a list of the [Notify Candidates].
(8) Select the user or group from the list.
(9) Set the [First] and the [Next] intervals in the [Notify Intervals] screen.
• It is recommended that you use the default. The [First] intervals is the number of seconds the network waits
before it notifies candidates about a print job problem occurs. The [Next] interval specifies how often in seconds
candidates are notified. Enter a number for each interval and press the [Enter] key.
(10) Press the [Esc] key and then choose [Yes] after asked “Save Changes.” Press the [Esc] key at each screen until you
reach the [Print Server Configuration] menu. If you have finished the configuration, press the [Esc] key to save
changes.

1.4 Identify the Preferred File Server

File server auto-searching is omitted and the time for starting up the printer is shortened by appointing the preferred file
sever.
When the Network Interface Card comes up, it automatically searches for and is attached to the file servers. The extent of
automatic searching is limited as follows extents:
• Hops Up to four hops
• Ticks Up to eight ticks

The preferred file server can be identified at [Preferred File Server] of Top Access. If a preferred file server is identified, the
Network Interface Card will attach to this identified file server instead of initiating the automatic search. If the preferred file
server is also a primary file server (for example, has file servers listed under file servers to be serviced), the Network
Interface Card will attach directly to these file servers.

NOTE:

If the setting items of [Preferred File Server] are mistaken, problems may occur during printing
in NetWare.

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1.5 Identify the Primary File Server

The benefits of identifying the primary file server are:


• A file server not in the available extent for automatic search can be connected.
• A faster setup for starting the printer is performed. A computer will access to the primary file server and search the list
of file servers to be serviced. After searching is complete, the computer will connect directly to the file servers in the
list.

1.5.1 Setting Procedure


(1) Select [File Server To Be Serviced] from the [Print Server Configuration] menu. The list of the file servers to be
serviced by the primary server appears.
(2) Press the [Insert] key, then the [Available File Servers] list appears.
(3) Select the name of the file server to be serviced and press the [Enter] key, then the selected name of the file server is
added to the [File Server To Be Serviced] list.
(4) After adding the desired file server to the list, press the [Esc] key to go back to the menu.
(5) Install the Network Interface Card to each of the primary file servers.

SUPPLEMENTS:

• The primary server can appoint file servers within the limitation for automatic search.
It is recommended to appoint the file servers as close as possible.
• After the primary file server and the list of the file servers to be serviced are found, auto-
matic search is dropped and the print server will go to those file servers listed and to no
others.

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2. NetWare 4.x Set up in NDS Mode
When being utilized with NetWare 4.x, this machine is set up by using Top Access or MAP, and NetWare 4.x by using
NetWare Administrator. When setting up from MS-DOS, use PCONSOLE instead of NetWare Administrator.

NOTE:

Set them up in the print server mode. They cannot be used in the remote printer mode.

2.1 Setting up NetWare with Top Access or MAP

The following contents for NetWare 4.x must be setup.


When Top Access is used:
• Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created.
• Preferred NDS Context Enter the NDS context (full path) to be connected.
• Preferred NDS Tree Enter the NDS tree to be connected.
• Bindery Mode Be sure to set “Disable.”
When MAP is used:
• Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created.
• Preferred NDS Context Enter the NDS context (full path) to be connected.
• Preferred NDS Tree Enter the NDS tree to be connected.
• Disable Bindery Be sure to set “ON.”
Set other items corresponding to requirements.

2.2 Setting up NetWare Administrator

Work on the workstation.

2.2.1 Starting the NetWare Administrator


(1) Log into the NetWare servers as the “Admin.”
(2) Start the NetWare Administrator.
• The NetWare Administrator is found in the Public directory of the SYS volume. Open the Public directory with Explorer
and start “Nwadmn3x.exe.”
• If you are using the IntranetWare on Windows 95 or Windows 98, start “Nwadmin95.exe” found in the Win95 directory
of the Public directory.

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2.2.2 Creating a Print Queue
(1) Click on the container object to create the printer.
(2) Choose [Create] in the [Object] menu.
(3) The Class of New Object window appears.
(4) Choose [Print Queues] and click on [OK].
(5) Create Print Queues appears.
(6) Enter the name of the print queue at [Print Queue Name].
(7) Click on Browse of [Print Queue Volume].
(8) The Select Object window appears.
(9) Select a volume to create a print queue from [Available objects] and click on [OK].
(10) Click on [Create].
(11) The print queue is created.

2.2.3 Creating the Printer


(1) Click on the container object to create the printer.
(2) Choose [Create] in the [Object] menu.
(3) The Class of New Object window appears.
(4) Choose Printer and click on [OK].
(5) The Create Printer window appears.
(6) Enter the name of the printer at [Printer name].
(7) Turn on the check box for [Define additional properties] and click on [Create].
(8) The details of the created printer are displayed.

2.2.4 Assigning the Print Queue


(1) Click on [Assignments].
(2) The screen switches to Assignments.
(3) Click on [Add].
(4) The Select Object window appears.
(5) Select a created queue from [Available objects] and click on [OK].
(6) Click on [Environmental Settings].
(7) The screen switches to Environmental Settings.
(8) Click on “ ” of [Printer type] and choose [Other/Unknown].
(9) Click on [OK].
(10) The printer is created.

2.2.5 Creating the Print Server


(1) Click on the container object to create the printer.
(2) Choose [Create] in the [Object] menu.
(3) The Class of New Object window appears.
(4) Choose [Print Server] and click on [OK].
(5) The Create Print Server window appears.
(6) Enter the name of the print server at [Print Server name].
(7) Turn on the check box for [Define additional properties] and click on [Create].
(8) The details of the created print server are displayed.

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2.2.6 Allocating the Printer
(1) Click on [Assignments].
(2) The screen switches to Assignments.
(3) Click on [Add].
(4) The Select Object window appears.
(5) Select a created printer from [Available objects] and click on [OK].
(6) The printer name is displayed at [Printer].
(7) Click on [OK].
(8) The print server is created.

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3. NetWare 4.x Set up in Bindery Mode
The setup for the printer is performed at Top Access or MAP and the setup for the file server is performed at the PCONSOLE
of the NetWare utility.
The print server is set in the bindery mode when you want to preserve the environment of the existing NetWare 3.x or also
allow clients of NetWare 3.x to use the print server.

NOTE:

Set them up in the print server mode. They cannot be used in the remote printer mode.

3.1 Confirming Bindery Context

Before using the print server in the bindery mode, the bindery context must be stored in the NetWare 4.x server. Check if
the bindery context exists there. For the bindery mode, refer to the Operator’s Manual for NetWare.

3.2 Setting up NetWare with Top Access or MAP

The following contents for NetWare 4.x must be setup:


When Top Access is used:
• Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created.
• Prefferred File Server Name Enter the name of the file server to be logged in.
• Bindery Mode Be sure to Set “Enable.”
When MAP is used:
• Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created.
• Prefferred File Server Name Enter the name of the file server to be logged in.
• Disable Bindery Be sure to Set “OFF.”
Set other items corresponding to requirements.

3.3 Setting up with PCONSOLE

3.3.1 Starting PCONSOLE

Work on the workstation.


(1) Log in for the NetWare server with “Admin.”
(2) Type “PCONSOLE” at the DOS prompt and press the [Enter] key.

SUPPLEMENTS:

• To use the bindery service, log in through bindery connection.


• When you have logged in the NDS mode, press [F4] key to switch to the bindery mode.

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3.3.2 Creating a Print Queue
(1) Choose [Print Queues] and press the [Enter] key.
(2) Print Queues appears.
(3) Press the [Insert] key.
(4) Enter print queue name at [New Print Queue Name] and press the [Enter] key.
(5) Press the [Esc] key.
(6) The display returns to showing the [Available Options] menu.

3.3.3 Creating the Print Server


(1) Choose [Print Servers] from the [Available Options] menu and press the [Enter] key.
(2) The message “Bindery Emulation is used in NetWare 4 server...” is displayed.
(3) Press the [Enter] key.
(4) Print Servers appears.
(5) Press the [Insert] key.
(6) Enter the print server name at [New Print Server Name] and press the [Enter] key.

3.3.4 Creating the Printer


(1) Choose the created print server and press the [Enter] key.
(2) The [Print Server Information] menu appears.
(3) Choose the printer from the [Printer Server Information] menu and press the [Enter] key.
(4) Defined Printers appears.
(5) Press the [Insert] key.
(6) Enter the printer name at Printer and press the [Enter] key.

3.3.5 Assigning the Print Queue


(1) Select a created printer and press the [Enter] key.
(2) Printer XXXXX Configuration (XXXXX is the name of the printer created) appears.
(3) Enter printer number at [Printer number].
(4) Select the Parallel at [Printer Type] and press [Enter] key.
(5) Choose [Other/Unknown] from Printer Type and press the [Enter] key.
(6) Choose [See List of Assign Print Queues] and press the [Enter] key.
(7) NetWare Server\Print Queue appears.
(8) Press the [Insert] key.
(9) Select a created queue from [Available Print Queues] and press the [Enter] key.
• Up to 10 queues can be selected. When more than one queue is to be selected, the priority must be decided in
advance.
(10) Enter the priority and press the [Enter] key.
(11) The queue is assigned.
• When assigning more than one queue, repeat steps 5 through 9.
(12) Press the [Esc] key twice.
(13) When [Save Changes?] appears, choose [Yes] and press the [Enter] key.
(14) Press the [Esc] key four times.
(15) When [End?] appears, choose [Yes] and press the [Enter] key.

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3.4 Changing the File Server

A file server can be specified as the current file server. To change the file server, use the following procedures:

(1) Log into the current file server and start the PCONSOLE utility.
(2) Select the [Change Current File Server] at the [Available Options] menu.
(3) Press the [Insert] key to display the list of available file servers.
(4) Select the file server to be set as the current file server, then press [Enter].
(5) Enter your user name and press the [Enter] key. If the user name requires a password, the Password screen is
displayed. Enter the password and press [Enter].
(6) Select [Change Current File Server] at [Available Options] menu. The list of connected file servers is displayed.
(7) Select the current file server from the [File server/Username] screen.

3.5 Changing the Print Queue

When you print a file, your system sends the file to a print queue. The print server assigned to that queue extracts the print
job and sends it to the assigned printer. If a print server is serving queues on multiple file servers, you must assign queues
to the printer on each file server. To change the print queues, use the following procedures:

(1) Start the PCONSOLE utility.


(2) Select [Print Server] in the [Available Options] menu.
(3) Select the [Print Server] from the list.
(4) Select [Print Server Information] from the menu.
(5) Select [Queues Serviced by Printer] from the menu.
(6) Select a printer from the [Defined Printers] list.
(7) Press the [Insert] key on the [File Server/Queue/Priority] screen.
(8) The [Available Queues] list appears.
(9) Select a queue from the list.
(10) Press the [Enter] key at the [Priority] screen to leave the priority setting with “1.”
• The highest priority queue is 1; 10 is the least.
• To change the priority of a queue, press the [Enter] key at the [File Server/Queues/Priority] screen to display the
Priority setting screen. Press the back-arrow key to delete the current setting. Type a new number from 1 to 10
and press [Enter].
(11) Repeat steps 9 and 10 to assign others to the printer.
(12) Press the [Esc] key and save all changes.

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3.6 Setting with Notify Options

You can specify users or groups of users to be notified if a print job problem occurs. If a print server is serving queues on
multiple file servers, you must set up a Notify list for each file server. To set up Notify, follow the procedures below.
(1) Start PCONSOLE utility.
(2) Select [Print Server Information] from the [Available Options] menu.
(3) Select a print server from the menu.
(4) Select [Print Server Configuration] from the menu.
(5) Select [Notify List for Printer] from the menu.
(6) Press the [Esc] key on the [File Server/Notify Name/Notify Type/First/Next] screen.
(7) The [Notify Candidates] screen appears.
(8) Select the user or user group from the [Notify Candidates] screen.
(9) The [Notify Intervals] screen appears.
(10) Set the [First] and [Next] intervals on the [Notify Intervals] screen, then press [Enter].
• [First] Set how long the network has waited to notify candidates since the occurrence of a print job
problem.
• [Next] Set the interval time how often the print server notifies candidates.
(11) Press the [Esc] key and save all changes.
(12) Press the [Esc] key until you see the prompt to exit PCONSOLE, then select [Yes] and press the [Enter] key.

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4. Using Windows NT4.0

4.1 Before Setting up

• Connect this machine and the computer to the network.


• Turn on the power of this machine.
• Assign the IP address to this machine.
• Check that TCP/IP Protocol and Microsoft TCP/IP Printing are installed in Windows NT. If not, install them.
• Set up the TCP/IP network setting at Top Access.

4.2 Setting up the TCP/IP Printing Services

Log in for Windows NT with Administrator or PowerUsers.


(1) Click on the Start button and choose [Settings].
(2) Choose [Printers].
(3) Double-click on [Add Printer].
(4) Add Printer Wizard is started.
(5) Make sure that [My computer] is selected and click on the [Next] button.
(6) Click on [Add Port...].
(7) Choose [LPR Port] from [Available Printer Ports].
(8) Click on [New Port...].
(9) Enter at fields as following:
• Name or address of server providing Ipd: IP address for this machine
• Name or printer or print queue on that server: PORT1(Must be entered in the capital letter.)
(10) Click on [OK].
(11) Click on [Close].
(12) The IP address of this machine is added to [Available Ports] of Add Printer Wizard.
(13) Make sure that the check box for the added port (IP address of this machine) is turned on, then click on [Next].
(14) Click on [Have Disk...].
(15) Insert the CD-ROM.
(16) Specify the folder that contains the driver for Windows NT4.0 at [Copy manufacturer’s files from].
• When the PCL-5e driver is installed and CD-ROM drive is D drive, enter “D:\DRIVER\ENGLISH\NT4_0\PCL5E.”
• Refer to Readme file in CD-ROM for the configuration of CD-ROM contents.
(17) Click on [OK].
(18) Select the printer driver to be installed.
(19) Click on [Next].
(20) Change Printer name if necessary, and click on [Next].
(21) Click on [Next].
(22) Choose [Yes] or [No] as your choise if you wish to perform test printing or not, and click on [Finish].
(23) The setup program of the printer driver is started.
• For the printer driver setup procedures, refer to the “5. Printer Driver of Chapter 4.”
(24) The printer is created.

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Chapter 4 Utility

1. Control Panel .................................................................. 4-1

1.1 Function List of Control Panel ................................................. 4-2


1.2 Control Panel Screen Transition Tree ...................................... 4-6
1.2.1 When the Printer is on-line .......................................................................... 4-6
1.2.2 When the Printer is off-line .......................................................................... 4-7

2. Top Access Setting ........................................................ 4-9

2.1 Requirements ............................................................................. 4-9


2.2 How to Start ............................................................................. 4-10
2.3 Password .................................................................................. 4-10
2.4 Description of Screen .............................................................. 4-11
2.5 Selecting the Language .......................................................... 4-12
2.6 Function List ............................................................................ 4-12
2.6.1 Menu List ................................................................................................... 4-12
2.6.2 Function List for Administrator Menu ......................................................... 4-13
2.6.3 Function List for Serviceman Menu ........................................................... 4-18
2.6.4 Function List for User Menu ...................................................................... 4-19

3. MAP ............................................................................... 4-21

3.1 Install MAP ............................................................................... 4-21


3.1.1 Requirements ............................................................................................ 4-21
3.1.2 Installing MAP ............................................................................................ 4-21
3.2 Setup NetWare at MAP ............................................................ 4-22
3.2.1 Start MAP .................................................................................................. 4-22
3.2.2 NetWare Setup .......................................................................................... 4-23
3.3 The Setting List of MAP .......................................................... 4-24
3.3.1 System ....................................................................................................... 4-24
3.3.2 Protocols .................................................................................................... 4-25
3.3.3 Printer ........................................................................................................ 4-25
4. Peer-to-peer Utility ....................................................... 4-26

4.1 Requirements ........................................................................... 4-26


4.2 Installation ................................................................................ 4-26
4.2.1 Before Installing ......................................................................................... 4-26
4.2.2 Installing the Peer-to-peer Utility for IPX/SPX ........................................... 4-26
4.2.3 Installing the Peer-to-peer Utility for TCP/IP .............................................. 4-27
4.3 Peer-to-peer Utility Settings ................................................... 4-27
4.3.1 Changing the Port Name ........................................................................... 4-28
4.3.2 Manual Setting of a Port ............................................................................ 4-29
4.4 Uninstalling .............................................................................. 4-29
4.4.1 Uninstalling the Peer-to-peer Utility for IPX/SPX ....................................... 4-29
4.4.2 Uninstalling the Peer-to-peer Utility for TCP/IP ......................................... 4-29

5. Printer Driver ................................................................ 4-30

5.1 Requirements ........................................................................... 4-30


5.2 Installation ................................................................................ 4-31
5.2.1 Installer ...................................................................................................... 4-31
5.2.2 Plug-and-Play ............................................................................................ 4-31
5.2.3 Installation Procedure ................................................................................ 4-31
5.3 Printer Driver Setting .............................................................. 4-33
5.4 List of Resident Fonts ............................................................. 4-37
6. Font Navigator .............................................................. 4-38

6.1 Installing Font Navigator ........................................................ 4-38


6.2 Uninstalling Font Navigator .................................................... 4-39
6.3 Run Font Navigator ................................................................. 4-39
6.4 Description of Screen ............................................................. 4-40
6.5 Getting Started with Font Navigator ...................................... 4-40
6.5.1 Installing Fonts .......................................................................................... 4-40
6.5.2 View Font Samples .................................................................................... 4-41
6.5.3 Printing Font Samples ............................................................................... 4-41
6.5.4 Search for Fonts ........................................................................................ 4-41
6.5.5 Uninstalling Fonts ...................................................................................... 4-41
6.5.6 Using Help ................................................................................................. 4-41

7. Updating Firmware ....................................................... 4-42

7.1 Updating the Firmware on Printer Board .............................. 4-42


7.1.1 Before Updating the Firmware ................................................................... 4-42
7.1.2 Updating from Top Access ......................................................................... 4-41
7.1.3 Updating from Local Computer .................................................................. 4-43
7.2 Updating the Firmware on Network Interface Card .............. 4-44
7.2.1 Flash Update v1.21 for IPX connection ..................................................... 4-44
7.2.2 FTP Download Utility v1.20 for FTP connection ........................................ 4-44

8. Status Report ................................................................ 4-45


1. Control Panel
Some basic printer functions are performed on the control panel of this machine.
Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK] button on the control panel to display the printer functions screen on the display panel.

SUPPLEMENTS:

• Assign the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address on the Control Panel first when
the printer is used in network, Top Access to be available.
• Top Access is the Web utility installed on printer board. TCP/IP custom settings, NetWare
settings, and the printer functions settings are operated at Top Access.

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Function Menu ON OFF Screen Tab / Icon Description
1.1

JOB LIST O O JOB LIST PRINT JOB LIST The job status list. This list of up to 5 jobs can be displayed on one screen. Up to 100 print jobs are
listed starting with a job which is being currently printed. Status fields are described as “Printing,”
“Waiting,” or “Paused.”

XX / XX The page number of job list /the number of all pages of the job list

[Next] When the job list is more than one page, the [Next] button appears. The next page is displayed
when [Next] is pressed.

[Prev] When the job list is more than one page, the [Prev] button appears. The previous page is displayed
when [Prev] is pressed.

[DELETE] When pressing any print job and the print job is selected, [DELETE] button appears. Deleting a
print job by pressing the [DELETE] button. When pressing [DELETE], the “Delete?” screen ap-
pears.

Delete? [Delete] Deleting a selected print job and returning to the JOB LIST screen.
The print job deleted is wiped out from the JOB LIST.

[Cancel] Deleting a print job is canceled and the display returns to the JOB LIST screen.

ON/OFF O O ON/OFF [On Line] Switch to on-line. When the printer is on-line, the button is shaded.

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[Off Line] Switch to off-line, and SETTING and UTILITY tabs are displayed. When the printer is off-line, the
button is shaded. The print job cannot be received from computers in network and parallel.
Functions List of Control Panel

SETTING --- O SETTING [Emulation] The display turns to the Emulation screen.

[IP Address] The IP Address currently set up is mentioned on ICON. IP Address screen is made to appear
when the button is pressed. Unable to set up 0.0.0.0 for IP Address.

[Subnet Mask] The Subnet Mask currently set up is mentioned on ICON. The Subnet Mask screen appears
when the button is pressed. Unable to set up 255.255.255.255 and 0.0.0.0 for Subnet Mask.

[Gateway] The Gateway address currently set up is mentioned on ICON. The Gateway address screen ap-
pears when the button is pressed.
Function Menu ON OFF Screen Tab / Icon Description

SETTING --- O Emulation [Auto] Select this for auto-distinction for using either PCL or PDL. This is set as the default.
The button is shaded when selected.

[PDL] Select this when using PDL mode only for printing. The button is shaded when selected.

[PCL] Select this when using PCL mode only for printing. The button is shaded when selected.

[HEX Dump] Select this when printing HEX code for received print jobs is required.
The button is shaded when selected.

[CANCEL] Cancel the setup and return to the SETTING screen.

[SET] Set the selected emulation mode. This is not displayed while performing hardware reseting.

IP Address Address Field Enter IP Address by numeric keys. Unable to set up 0.0.0.0 for IP Address.

[ ] Move the cursor to the left.


[→] Move the cursor to the right.

[CANCEL] Cancel the setup and return to the SETTING screen.

[SET] Assign the entered IP Address to the printer board. This is not displayed while performing hardware
resetting.

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Subnet Mask Address Field Enter Subnet Mask by numeric keys. Unable to set up 255.255.255.255 and 0.0.0.0 for Subnet
Mask.

[ ] Move the cursor to the left.


[→] Move the cursor to the right.

[CANCEL] Cancel the setup and return to the SETTING screen.

[SET] Assign the entered Subnet Mask to the printer board. This is not displayed while performing hard-
ware resetting.
Function Menu ON OFF Screen Tab / Icon Description
SETTING --- O Gateway Address Field Enter Gateway by numeric keys. Unable to set up 255.255.255.255 for Gateway address.

[ ] Move the cursor to the left.


[→] Move the cursor to the right.

[CANCEL] Cancel the setup and return to the SETTING screen.

[SET] Assign the entered Gateway address to the printer board. This is not displayed while performing
hardware resetting.

UTILITY --- O UTILITY [Test Printing] Test Printing screen appears.

[Function] Function screen appears.

Test Printing [Setting List] Print Setting List, then the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

[PDL Test] Print PDL Test, then the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

[PCL Test] Print PCL Test, then the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

[Job List] Print Job List, then the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

[Fonts List] Print Fonts List, then the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

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[CANCEL] Cancel the Test Printing, then display returns to the UTILITY screen.

Function [Force-Print] Select this for compulsory printing of a print job currently received. The “Execute?” screen
appears.

[Force-Delete] Select this for compulsory deleting of a print job currently received. The “Execute?” screen
appears.

[Reset] Select this when performing hardware resetting for the printer board. The Emulation and IP
Address buttons become invisible, and the printer will be made compulsorily be off-line. “Execute?”
screen appears.

[CANCEL] Cancel executing function and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

Execute? [Execute] Execute Function and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

[Cancel] Cancel executing function and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.
SUPPLEMENTS:

[Manual-Setting for IP Address]


Where there is a DHCP server, set the IP address before connecting the network cable.

[Hardware Reset]
After setting the network setup, the hardware resetting (or restarting) should be performed for
the setting to be effective.
During resetting, print jobs from both parallel and network computers cannot be spooled and
SET button disappears from the Control Panel.

[Auto-Assigning for IP Address]


When the IP address for this machine is assigned at DHCP server, please assign same IP ad-
dress every time.
The way of auto-assigning is the following:
• Set the IP address at DHCP server and assign the same IP address everytime.
• Set the IP address at Top Access and save the IP address assigned to the machine itself.
• Set the default setting. (Refer to the chapter for Top Access.)

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1.2 Control Panel Screen Transition Tree

1.2.1 When the Printer is on-line:

Press the [PRINTER/NETOWORK] button.

[Delete] ............... Selected print job is deleted and the display returns to the JOB LIST screen.
[Cancel] .............. Cancel deletion and the display returns to the JOB LIST screen.

Receiving print jobs. Selecting a print job. [DELETE]

[Next] [Prev]

[DELETE]

Selecting a print job.


[ON/OFF] [JOB LIST]
[Next] [Prev]

[DELETE]

Selecting a print job.

[On Line]

Refer to “When the printer is off-line.”

[Off Line]

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1.2.2 When the Printer is off-line:

JOB LIST screen is the same as when the printer is on-line.

Refer to “When the Printer is on-line.”

[SETTING] [ON/OFF] [SET] .................. Save new IP Address and the display returns to the SETTING screen.
[CANCEL] .......... Cancel the setup of new IP Address and the display returns to the SETTING screen.

[IP Address]

If the IP Address is set as 0.0.0.0, the [SET]


button disappears.
[SET] .................. Save new Subnet Mask and the display returns to the SETTING screen.
[CANCEL] .......... Cancel the setup of new Subnet Mask and the display returns to the SETTING screen.

[Subnet Mask]

If the Subnet Mask is set as 255.255.255.255 or


0.0.0.0, the [SET] button disappears.
[SET] .................. Save new Gateway address and the display returns to the SETTING screen.
[CANCEL] .......... Cancel the setup of new Gateway address and the display returns to the SETTING screen.

[Gateway]

[SET] .................. Save new Emulation mode and the display returns to the SETTING screen.
[CANCEL] .......... Cancel the setup of new Emulation and the display returns to the SETTING screen.

[Emulation]

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[Execute] ............ Execute Function and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.
[Cancel] .............. Cancel executing Function and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

[Function]

[Force-Print]
[Force-Delete]
[Reset]

[Test Printing]

[Setting List] ...................... Prints the Setting List and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.
[PDL Test] .......................... Prints the PDL Test and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.
[PCL Test] .......................... Prints the PCL Test and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.
[Job List] ............................ Prints the Job List and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.
[Font List] .......................... Prints the Font List and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.
[CANCEL] ......................... Cancel the Test Print and the display returns to the UTILITY screen.

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2. Top Access Setting
Top Access is the Web utility installed on the printer board.
Settings for printer functions, confirming print job status, and custom network settings are performed from the WWW browser.

SUPPLEMENT:

Use Top Access to perform custom network settings and confirming optional functions set at
printer drivers.

2.1 Requirements

• OS Windows 3.1, Windows95/98/NT4.0


• WWW browser Netscape Navigator 3.0 or later version
Internet Explorer 3.0 or later version
• Protocol TCP/IP

SUPPLEMENTS:

• To use Top Access, assigning an IP address to this machine is necessary.


• In order to access this machine from computers not connected in the same network as
this machine in (the assigned IP address for this machine is different from the network
address), it is necessary to set up the Gateway at TCP/IP settings.

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2.2 How to Start

Start the WWW browser and enter URL for Top Access. Several URLs are prepared for each user depending on usage.
”xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” is the IP Address assigned to this machine. URL for Serviceman is available only when the machine is
started up in the serviceman mode.

USERS URL Available Function

Customer http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Confirmation of printer status


Confirmation and canceling of print job

Administrator http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/adm Confirmation of printer status


Confirmation and canceling of print job
Settings for printer function
Settings for network
Settings for Top Access

Serviceman http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/srv Confirmation of printer status


Confirmation and canceling of print job
Settings for printer function
Settings for network
Settings for Top Access
Resetting the counter
Updating Firmware

NOTE:

To start up the machine in the serviceman mode, hold down both “0” and “5” keys at the Control
Panel, and then turn the machine power on. The machine starts up in the test mode. Then
press both the “0” and “9” keys at the same time and the machine will enter serviceman mode.

2.3 Password

Administrators and Servicemen need to enter the password to restrict the access when changing the setup.
• Administrator’s password can be edited at will.
• When the administrator forgets the password, the password can be renewed using the Master password.
• When changing the settings at Serviceman menu, the Serviceman password is necessary.

USERS PASSWORD
Administrator (Default) password
Master password 1048f799
Serviceman sysadm

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2.4 Description of Screen

(4)

(1)

(2)

(3)
(5)

(1) TOSHIBA Logo Go to the TOSHIBA homepage by clicking here.

(2) Select Language Top Access is expressed in the selected language. The default language for Top Ac-
cess can be set at the System Setting in the Administrator menu.

(3) Menu Menu is listed. Once clicking on the menu, the details of each menu are displayed in
Control Panel. The [Administrator] menu is displayed at URL for Administrators and
Servicemen, and the [Serviceman] menu is displayed at URL for Servicemen. About
descriptions of each menu, refer to Function List.

(4) Status Display Status: Indicates the status as either On-line or Off-line for this machine.
Switching On/Off-line can be operated at the Control Panel of the
machine.
State: Indicates the state of this machine and shows error messages.

(5) Control Panel Displays the details and information for each menu.

SUPPLEMENT:

To update the displays, click on the frame to be updated and click on the updating button of the
WWW browser.

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2.5 Selecting the Language

Select the language in which Top Access is to be expressed.


(1) Select the desired language from the list box.
(2) Click on [Change].
(3) Top Access will be expressed in the selected language.

• The language on starting Top Access can be set in System Setting in the Administrator menu. English is set as the
default language.
• English and Japanese are installed as the standards for the language. To display in any other language, language files
must be downloaded to Flash ROM on the printer board.

2.6 Function List

2.6.1 Menu List


The menu is different on each URL for Customers, Administrators, and Servicemen.
URL for Servicemen is available only when the machine is started up in the serviceman mode.

Customer Administrator Serviceman Menu Details


O O O System The state of optional equipment for the printer is dis-
Configuration played in graphics and lists. The paper size on a tray,
the location, and the Administrator name are also
displayed.

O O O Printing Job A list of up to 100 print jobs currently spooled is displayed.

O O O Printer Information about the settings for printer functions are dis-
Information played.

— O O Administrator The menu for Administrator is displayed, such as the set-


tings of the printer function, network and Top Access.

— — O Service The menu for Servicemen is displayed, such as print


counter resetting and updating Firmware.

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2.6.2 Function List for Administrator Menu

Submenu Items Description

Printing history Printing history of newest 100 jobs is displayed.

(newest 100 job) User name User name set at printer driver is informed.

Group Group name set at printer driver is informed.

Document name The document name requested for printing is informed.

Date The date of receiving the print job is informed.

Time The time of receiving the print job is informed.

Paper size Paper size for print jobs is informed.

The number of pages The number of pages for print jobs is informed.

Job state The job status is informed. “Printing,” “Waiting” , “Error occuring” ,
“Complete” or “Deleted” is informed.

Delete Click on this to delete a print job. The Delete Job screen appears. Delete
buttons are not displayed for the print jobs whose printing is already com-
pleted or deleted.

Back Return to top page.

Delete Job The selected print job is deleted.

User name User name set at the printer driver is informed.

Group Group name set at the printer driver is informed.

Document name The document name requested for printing is informed.

Date The date of receiving the print job is informed.

Time The time of receiving the print job is informed.

Paper size Paper size for print jobs is informed.

The number of pages The number of pages for print jobs is informed.

Job state The job status is informed.

Delete The print job is deleted by clicking. The Job state of the deleted print job is
changed to “Delete.”

Back Return to Printing Job Screen.

System Setting Settings for Top Access and System Information.

Location Enter the location for this machine. The input characters are limited to 32
bytes.

Administrator Enter the administrator name.The input characters are limited to 32 bytes.

Refresh Interval The status monitor and updating interval are set here.
The interval can be set from 10 to 600 sec.

Language Select the described language. Top Access is displayed in the selected
language every time it is opened.

Banner Print Available when this machine is connected in LPR before a print job is
sent.

Start Page print Set this to print starting page or not.

Print Hist Order Select “Right” or “Reverse” to decide the display order of the Job history.

Administrator Password Enter the administrator password. The password described with “*.”

Setup Set up the entered information as conclusion.

Back Return to Administrator menu.

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Submenu Items Description
Printer Setting Settings for printer functions. This applies only for print jobs received without print style data. Printer
driver settings are usually applied.

Printer Setting Printing number of Set the number of printing copies. Sets the extent of 1 to 999 pieces. “1”
copies is set as the default.

Paper Size Set the printing paper size. “LT” is set as the default.

Paper source Select the tray from which paper is fed. “Automatic” is set as the default.

Sort mode Set the sort and staple functions. “None” is set as the default.

Exit tray Set the location where copies are output. “Standard” is set as the default.

Duplex printing Set Duplex printing and the binding method. “Nothing” is set as the de-
fault.

Orientation Set the printing direction. “Portrait” is set as the default.

Printing order Set the printing order of pages. “Reverse” is set as the default.

Resolution Set the printing resolution. “300 dpi” is set as the default.

Emulation Mode Select Emulation Mode. “Auto” is set as the default.

PCL Setting Symbol Set Set Symbol Set. “ROMAN-8” is set as the default.

Font No. Set PCL font number in extent of 0 to 999. “0” is set as the default.

Font pitch (inch) Set PCL font pitch in extent of 0.44 to 99.99 inches.
“10.00” is set as the default.

Font size (point) Set PCL font size in extent of 4.00 to 999.75 points.
“12.00” is set as the default.

Page length (line) Set the number of lines for a page in extent of 5 to 128 lines.
“60” is set as default.

Parallel Setting Timeout value Set the Timeout value in extent of 0 to 300 sec. for when printing is per-
(sec.) formed from the computers connected in parallel port. If the time that
sending print job is paused is over the set time, the print job will be can-
celed. “30” is set as the default.

Administrator Password Enter the administrator password. The password described with “*.”

Setup Setup the entered information as conclusion.

Default Set it to default settings.

Back Return to Administrator menu.

Printer reset Perform hardware resetting. Restart the printer board.

Administrator Password Enter the administrator password. The password described with “*.”

Submit Submit the printer reset.

Back Return to Administrator menu.

Device status Up to 8 device status history lists are displayed.

history Status Code -

Date -

Time -

Detail -

Back Return to Administrator menu.

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Submenu Items Description
Printing The printing number of sheets of printer outputs is informed. The counter in each group can be reset at will.

Counter Printer Counter The printing number of sheets of printer outputs, not of copies, is informed.
Only Servicemen can reset the counters.

Copier Total Counter The total copying number of sheets, printer outputs and copies, is in-
formed. This cannot be reset.

Group Counter Group No. The printing number of sheets in each group is informed. Resetting can
be performed by clicking [Reset]. The number of sheets printed from un-
specified group users and system printing such as test printing is informed
in an undefined group.

Printer Counter Count the number of printing sheets for each group.

Reset Reset the counter for each group.

Reset all group counter Reset the counter for all groups.

Reset group Resetting the group counter. The printing number-of-sheets and the total printing number of sheets are
counter not changed if the group counters are reset.

Group counter The group counter is set when installing printer drivers is informed.

The printing number of sheets The printing number of sheets is informed.

Administrator Password Enter the administrator password. The password described with "*."

Submit Reset a group counter.

Back Return to the Printing Counter menu.

Reset all group All group counters are reset. The printing number-of-sheets and the total printing number of sheets are not
counter changed if the all group counters are reset.

Administrator Password Enter the administrator password. The password described with "*."

Submit Reset all group counters.

Back Return to the Printing Counter menu.

Network Setup Performing network settings.

Network type The network type of NIC being used, Token Ring or Ethernet, is informed.

MAC address The MAC address of NIC is informed.

TCP/IP SETUP Set the TCP/IP for this machine. TCP/IP SETUP screen appears.

NetWare SETUP Set the NetWare for this machine. NetWare SETUP screen appears.

Back Return to Administrator menu.

TCP/IP SETUP Set the TCP/IP for this machine.

Use DHCP An effective DHCP server is necessary. Assign the IP address for this
machine automatically.

Save IP Address Available when the DHCP server is active. Save the IP address assigned
at the DHCP server. Setting it "On" is recommended.

IP Address Enter the IP address of this machine. 0.0.0.0 cannot be set for the IP
address.

Subnet mask Enter the subnet mask. 255.255.255.255 and 0.0.0.0 cannot be set for the
subnet mask.

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Submenu Items Description
TCP/IP SETUP Gateway Address Enter the router address when using a router in network.

Peer To Peer Port No. Using the default setting is recommended in general.

Administrator Password Enter the administrator password. The password described with “*.”

Setup Set up the entered information as the conclusion. Hardware resetting is


necessary to be performed for the settings to be effective.

Back Return to Administrator menu.

NetWare SETUP Set the NetWare for this machine.

NetWare Effective NetWare and IPX/SPX protocol.

Print Server Name Enter the print server name.

Preferred File Server Set this only when setting is perfomed in the bindery mode.
Entering the preferred file server name. When starting NIC, connect to
the preferred file server without auto-searching for file servers.

Preferred NDS Context Set this only when setting is performed in the NDS mode.
Enter the context for a print server.

Preferred NDS Tree Set this only when setting is performed in the NDS mode.
Enter the directories where the print server is located.

Print Queue Scan Rate Set the time interval for the print server to scan the print queues in the
range of 1 to 255 seconds.

Ethernet Frame Type Select the frame type you want to retrieve preferentially when more than
one frame type of NetWare is used.
“AUTO” is set in general.

Bindery Mode Set “Disable” the bindery mode to be ineffective.

Administrator Password Enter the administrator password. The password described with “*.”

Setup Set up the entered information as conclusion. Hardware resetting is nec-


essary to be performed for the settings to be effective.

Back Return to Administrator menu.

Test printing Printout the reports about this machine.

Setting List Print out the setting reports for the printer function and network.

Font List Print out the Font list in each font that can be confirmed at the Resident
Font of the Printer Information menu.

Device status history Print out the Device Status Log that can be confirmed at the Device
status history of the Administrator menu.

Printing history Print out up to 100 print records.

PCL Test Print out a sample in the PCL mode.

PDL Test Print out a sample in the PDL mode.

Print Print out the details checked.

Back Return to Administrator menu.

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Submenu Items Description
Change password Change the Administrator Password.

Current password Enter the current administrator password. The password is described as
“*.”

New password Enter new administrator password. The password is described as “*.”

Confirmation Enter the new administrator password again for confirmation. The pass-
word is described as “*.”

Change Change to the entered new Administrator Password.

Back Return to the Administrator menu.

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2.6.3 Function List for Serviceman Menu

Serviceman menu Items Description

Reset Print counter Reset the printer counter. Available when the machine is in the serviceman mode.

The printing number of sheets The current printing number of sheets is displayed.

Serviceman Password Enter the Serviceman Password.

Submit Reset the printing number of sheets.

Back Return to Serviceman menu.

Update Download the firmware from computers or FTP servers.

FTP Address Enter the FTP address whrere the firmware is.

FTP User ID Enter the name to log into the FTP server.

FTP Password Enter the FTP password.

FTP File Name Enter the file name to be downloaded from the FTP
server.

Serviceman Password Enter the Serviceman Password. The password is de-


scribed as “*.”

Submit Submit downloading of the firmware.

Local File Name Enter the file name to be downloaded.

Serviceman Password Enter the Serviceman Password. The password is de-


scribed as “*.”

Submit Update the firmware.

Back Return to the Serviceman menu.

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2.6.4 Function List for User Menu

Menu Screen Items Description


System System The state of optional equipment is displayed in an image and a list, and the composition
Configurations Configurations of optional equipment and paper size are automatically perceived.

Tray Available trays are perceived automatically and


displayed.

Paper Size The paper size placed on each tray is automatically


perceived and displayed.

Option The configuration of options of the paper transport


system is displayed. The option installed state is
displayed in the form of an image.

Location The location of this machine is informed. The details


set in System Setting at Administrator menu are
informed. The Location and Administrator are set in
System Setting at Administrator menu.

Administrator Administrator of this machine is informed. The details


set in System Setting at Administrator menu are
informed. The Location and Administrator are set in
System Setting at Administrator menu.

Printing Job Printing Job The print job status spooled in HDD of this machine is listed. Up to 100 print jobs can be
spooled.

User name User name set at printer driver is informed.

Group Group name set at printer driver is informed.

Document name The document name requested for printing is informed.

Date The date of receiving print job is informed.

Time The time of receiving print job is informed.

Paper size Paper size for print jobs is informed.

The number of The number of pages for print jobs is informed.


pages

Job state The job status is informed. “Printing,” “Waiting for print-
ing,” or “Error occuring” is informed.

Delete Click on this to delete a print job. The Delete Job screen
appears.

Delete Job The selected print job is deleted.

User name User name set at printer driver is informed.

Group Group name set at printer driver is informed.

Document name The document name requested for printing is informed.

Date The date of receiving print job is informed.

Time The time of receiving print job is informed.

Paper size Paper size for print jobs is informed.

The number of The number of pages for print jobs is informed.


pages

Job state The job status is informed.

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Menu Screen Items Description
Printing Job Delete Job Delete The print job is deleted by clicking. The [Delete] button
disappears once it has been clicked.

Back Return to Printing Job Screen.

Printer Printer The status of printer function settings is informed. Settings are performed at Printer
Information Information Setting in Administrator menu.

Printer Number of The number of printing copies.


printing

Paper Size The size of paper selected.

Paper source The selected tray from which paper is fed.

Sort mode Setting of sort and staple functions.

Exit tray The location of where copies are output.

Duplex printing Duplex printing and binding method.

Orientation The printing direction.

Printing order The printing order of pages.

Resolution Printing resolution.

Emulation Mode Selected Emulation.

PCL Symbol Set Setting of Symbol Set.

Font No. PCL font number.

Font pitch (inch) PCL font pitch.

Font size (point) PCL font size.

Page length The number of lines for a page.


(lines)

Parallel Setting Timeout (sec.) Timeout is informed when the printing is performed from
the computers connected in parallel ports. If the time
that sending a print job is paused is over the set time,
the print job will be canceled.

Resident Font The list of Resident Font is displayed.

Resident Font The sorted list in each emulation of Resident Font installed in this machine is displayed.

Emulation Emulation Mode which can use Resident Font.

Resident Font The list of Resident Font can be used in each Emula-
tion Mode.

Back Return to Printer Information Screen.

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3. MAP

3.1 Install MAP

The MAP, Management Access Program, is an utility that searches the Network Interface Card (NIC) of this machine and
makes the NetWare setting by the HTML for the Web browser can be functioned in the NIC applicable in use. It can link to
the NIC using the exclusive alternating the IPX channel even if the network is not in the TCP/IP protocol environment.
To use MAP, it is necessary that the Web browser and the TCP/IP protocol are installed in your computer.

NOTE:

• Use Top Access when your computer and the printer are connected in network with the
TCP/IP protocol.
• There are some different items can be setup at the MAP and Top Access.
Please do not change any other items except the items at the NetWare Setup page of the
MAP.

3.1.1 Requirements

OS Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT4.0


Protocols IPX/SPX and TCP/IP must be installed.
*TCP/IP must be installed but it is unnecessary to set up.
WWW Browser Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator

3.1.2 Installing MAP

1. Start Windows on a personal computer or a workstation.


2. Insert the provided CD-ROM into CD-ROM drive. (CD-ROM drive is described as “D:” in the rest of paragraphs.)
3. Select “Run...” at Start menu.
4. Enter “D:\UTILITY\MAP\SETUP.EXE” on [Open] field and click on [OK].
5. Read the description displayed on Setup Program screen for MAP, then click on [Next].
• The Setup Program will be interrupted and exit the program being operated by clicking on [Cancel].
• The Setup Program will forward to next step of installation by clinking on [Next].
6. Read “MAP Installation Notes” and click on [Yes].
7. Assign the path where you want to install, then click on [Next].
8. Assign the name of the Program Folder of MAP to be placed on Start menu, then click on [Next].
• Installation begins.
9. Click on [OK] after the message that the installation is completed is displayed.
• Remove the CD-ROM from the drive after the installation is completed.

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3.2 Setup NetWare at MAP

3.2.1 Start MAP


When you want change the NetWare setting, you should enter the password. The password is “sysadm.”

1. Select [Programs] from [Start] menu.


2. Select [MAP], and click on [MAP].
• MAP starts, and the lists of print servers discriminated by SAP and IP print servers discriminated by the serial
number are displayed on Web browser.
3. Select this machine from the lists.
• The name of assigned print server is displayed. The print server name can be confirmed at “Setup NetWare.”
(→P4-23) The default name of a print server is “TOS_XXXXXX.” (XXXXXX is the unit No. of the Network board.)
• Your computer is now connected to the printer in network, and “Network Configuration” menu screen is displayed
on Web browser.

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3.2.2 NetWare Setup
Start MAP and open the Setup NetWare page and setup the NetWare to make the printer operable in the NetWare environ-
ment.

1. Select the “Setup NetWare” from the “Network Configuration” menu screen.
2. Enter each field.
Enable NetWare To use the printer under the operation of the NetWare server or the Peer-to-Peer Utility
(IPX/SPX), check it on.
Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created. It must match the setting of the
NetWare. “TOS_XXXXXX” is set as default name. This is assigned for the port name
printed to when the Peer-to-Peer Utility (IPX/SPX) is used.
Print Server Password Please do not change the setting in general.
Password Retype Please do not change the setting in general.
Preferred File Server Enter the file server name to be prior. It is available only in bindery mode.
Preferred NDS Context Enter the NDS Context to be prior. It is available only in NDS mode.
Preferred NDS Tree Enter the tree name of NDS to be prior. It is available only in NDS mode.
Print Queue Scan Rate Set the time interval for the print server to scan the print queues in the range of 1 to 255
seconds. It is set to 1 second as default setting.
Ethernet Frame Type Select a frame type you want to preferentially retrieve when more than one frame type
of NetWare are used. Usually, use the default setting.
Disable Bindery Check it on only when using in the NDS mode of NetWare 4.x. Check it off when using
NetWare 3.x or NetWare 4.x in the bindery mode.
3. Enter the password.
• The password is described as “*”.
4. Click on “Accept Setting.”
• Click on “Clear Inputs” if you want to cancel the entered settings and re-enter them.
5. The entered settings are applied and the message “Update Successful” is displayed.
6. Turn the machine OFF, and then turn the power ON again to restart the machine.

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3.3 The Setting List of MAP

There are some different items can be setup at MAP and Top Access. Please do not change any other items except the
items at NetWare Setup page of MAP.

3.3.1 System
Setup Items of System

Reset Initialize the Network Interface Card. This makes the setting effective. (The machine is not initialized.)

Factory Defaults The settings can be turned to factory defaults.

Unit Status The settings can be confirmed as classified in each protocol. (Novell NetWare, TCP/IP, or AppleTalk.)
The settings for each protocol can be changed at “Protocol group.”
Novell NetWare
File Server Inform the File server currently connected.
File Server Status Inform the status of connection to the file server.
Queue Name Inform the Queue Name supported.
Queue Status Inform the status of the Queue currently connected.
TCP/IP
IP Address Inform the IP Address assigned.
Subnet Mask Inform the Subnet Mask assigned.
Default Gateway Address (if needed)
Inform the Gateway Address assigned.
Base Port Number Please do not change this item.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Inform either Enable/Disable DHCP.
Banner Please do not change this item.
AppleTalk
Not used for this machine.

Change Password Change the password setting.

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3.3.2 Protocols
Describe the settings for each protocol here.

Setup NetWare Enable NetWare To use the printer under the operation of NetWare server or Peer-to-Peer
Utility (IPX/SPX), check it on.
Print Server Name Enter the name of the print server to be created. It must match the setting
of NetWare. “TOS_XXXXXX” is set as default name. This is assigned for
the port name printed to when the Peer-to-Peer Utility (IPX/SPX) is used.
Print Server Password Please do not change the setting in general.
Password Retype Please do not change the setting in general.
Preferred File Server Enter the file server name to be prior. It is available only in bindery mode.
Preferred NDS Context Enter the NDS Context to be prior. It is available only in NDS mode.
Preferred NDS Tree Enter the tree name of NDS to be prior. It is available only in NDS mode.
Print Queue Scan Rate Set the time interval for the print server to scan the print queues in the range
of 1 to 255 seconds. It is set to 1 second as default setting.
Ethernet Frame Type Select a frame type you want to preferentially retrieve when more than one
frame type of NetWare are used.
Usually, use the default setting.
Disable Bindery Check it on only when using in the NDS mode of NetWare 4.x. Check it off
when using NetWare 3.x or NetWare 4.x in the bindery mode.

Setup TCP/IP IP Address Assign the IP Address.


Subnet Mask Assign the Subnet Mask.
Default Gateway Assign the Default Gateway Address.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Set the DHCP is valid or not. (DHCP is valid as default setting)
Base Port Number Please do not change the setting in general.
Enable LPD Banner Operate the setting for output of banner pages when lpr printing is performed.
NIC Port or Parallel Port Please do not change the setting in general.

AppleTalk Not used for this machine.

3.3.3 Printer

Communication Test can be performed.

Test Printer Select “ASCII” in general, then enter the password and click on “Start Test.”
Test data are printed out.

Configure Status Page Setting of the printout of Status page.


The Status page is printed out when starting the printer ON if “Printer Status Page on Startup” is checked
on.

Printer Status The printer status can be confirmed.

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4. Peer-to-peer Utility
When this machine is used in a peer-to-peer type LAN network with Windows 95/98/NT4.0, The Peer-to-Peer utility is
necessary. Printing can be performed without servers in this environment. There is Peer-to-Peer utility for TCP/IP protocol
and IPX/SPX protocol. Select one of these utilities depending on the network environment.

4.1 Requirements

• OS Windows95/98/NT4.0
• Protocol TCP/IP or IPX/SPX

NOTE:

When using IPX/SPX protocol, select “USE” for “NetWare” at the NetWare Setting of Network
Setting, Administrator menu, Top Access.

4.2 Installation

4.2.1 Before Installing


Confirm the following before starting the installation.
• Be sure the computer is connected to this machine in network.
• Turn on the power of this machine.
• Make sure that either IPX/SPX compatible protocol or TCP/IP protocol has been installed in Windows. If not,
install one of them.
• When using TCP/IP protocol, the IP address for the computer and this machine must be assigned.
• After the CD-ROM is inserted into the drive, the exclusive installer for the printer driver automatically starts. Cancel
and exit the installation and follow the procedure.

4.2.2 Installation of the Peer-to-peer Utility for IPX/SPX


(1) Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
(2) Click on [Start], then select [Run...].
(3) Enter in “D:\UTILITY\P2P\IPX_SPX\SETUP.EXE” in [Open] field (when the CD-ROM drive in the drive D).
(4) Click on [OK].
(5) The setup program starts.
(6) Click on [Next].
(7) Installation Notes are displayed.
(8) Read the details carefully, then click on [Yes].
(9) Installing begins.
(10) Check or do not check the box for [Display README file] to display the README.txt or not at will, then click on [Finish].
• If you check the box, the README file is displayed.

SUPPLEMENT:

Even if Peer-to-Peer utility for IPX/SPX is installed, it will not be registered in the Start Menu.

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4.2.3 Installation of the Peer-to-peer Utility for TCP/IP
(1) Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
(2) Click on [Start], then select [Run...].
(3) Enter in “D:\UTILITY\P2P\TCP_IP\SETUP.EXE” in [Open] field (when the CD-ROM drive in the drive D).
(4) The setup program starts.
(5) Click on [Next].
(6) Installation Notes are displayed.
(7) Read the details carefully, then click on [OK].
• The [Choose Destination Directory] screen appears.
(8) Change the Destination Directories if necessary, then click on [Next].
(9) Click on [Next].
(10) Installing begins.
(11) The completion message is displayed.
(12) Click on [OK].

SUPPLEMENT:

After the Peer-to-Peer utility for TCP/IP is installed, “Ip-p2p” is added to the Start Menu.

4.3 Peer-to-peer Utility Settings

When a Peer-to-Peer utility has been installed, a port is automatically added. The default name of the port is “TOS_XXXXXX.”
(XXXXXX indicates the default unit name of the Network Interface Card.) Appoint this port name when installing printer
drivers.

SUPPLEMENT:

• If a port cannot be added automatically, restart the computer.


• When using the Peer-to-Peer utility for IPX/SPX, and if a port cannot be added even when
the computer is restarted, use the Peer-to-Peer utility for TCP/IP.

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4.3.1 Changing the Port Name
The port name can be changed when using the utility for TCP/IP. The default printer name is set with “based on unit name”
and displayed as “TOS_XXXXXX.”

IMPORTANT:

Perform the settings before installing printer drivers for this printer.

(1) Click on [Start], then select [Programs].


(2) Select [Ip-p2p], and click on [Ip-p2p].
(3) “IP-PeerToPeer Setup” begins.
(4) In the field of “Max Hops for Search,” input a value of 0 to 15, to specify the extent for the printer to be searched.
• 0:
Search only the network to which the workstation is directly connected.
• 2 to 14:
Search the network to which the workstation is directly connected and the networks which are accessible within
2 routers.
• 15:
Search all the networks that are connected.
(5) Use the “IP Port Base” as it is in general. It is the port number for starting the print server.
(6) Select the preferred port name to be displayed from “Printer Names.”
• [based on Serial Number]
To be displayed with the serial number of the network interface.
• [based on IP Address]
To be displayed with the IP address of this printer.
• [based on DNS Name]
To be displayed with the domain name assigned to this printer when the Domain Server is activated.
• [based on unit name]
To be displayed with the unit name (printer name), which is the default selection.
(7) Click on [OK].

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4.3.2 Manual Setting of a Port
When the port is not automatically added even after the Peer-to-Peer utility for TCP/IP has been installed, and when you
prefer to set the port name in custom, perform the following procedure.

(1) Start [Ip-p2p](IP-PeerToPeer Setup) from the [Start] menu.


(2) Click on [Printers].
(3) Enter the necessary items in each field.
• [IP Address]
Input the IP address of this machine.
• [Name]
Input any name you prefer. The port name will be that filled here.
• [Port]
This does not need to be set in general. Input the same number as the “Peer To Peer Port No.” at the Top
Access, “TCP/IP” in the Network Setting of Administrator menu.
• [Description]
Input a comment for the printer if necessary.
(4) Click on [Add].
(5) The new port is added to the list of [Available Printers].
• If you add a new port by mistake, select the printer added by mistake and click on [Remove].
(6) Click on [OK] to close the [Printers] window.
(7) Click on [OK].

4.4 Uninstalling

If it is necessary to delete the Peer-to-Peer utility, perform the followings.

4.4.1 Uninstalling the Peer-to-peer Utility for IPX/SPX


Run the “Uninstal.exe” in the CD-ROM to uninstall.

4.4.2 Uninstalling the Peer-to-peer Utility for TCP/IP


Uninstall by performing [Add/Remove Programs] on the Control Panel.

NOTE:

Make sure to change to “LPT1” for [Print to the following port] at the [Details] tab of the printer
driver property. Uninstalling may not be completed correctly if the port is appointed at the port
for the Peer-to-Peer utility.

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5. Printer Driver
There are selections of printer drivers depending on the printing purposes.
This machine automatically selects the printer driver suited to the print job when the Emulation Mode is set with “Auto.”
Install one of or several printer drivers according to your needs from the printer drivers described below.

• PDL This printer driver is compatible with Postscript Level 2. Use this printer driver when printing
with the applications corresponding to Postscript, such as Adobe PageMaker, Quark XPress,
and Adobe Illustrator, and when it is necessary to be compatible with a Postscript Level 2 printer.
• PCL-5e This driver is recommended for those who perform large volumns of text printing and regard the
print speed as important.
• PCL-XL This is used when mainly graphics are printed and the best use of the printer capabilities is
desired by the user.

SUPPLEMENT:

Refer to “Control Panel” concerning the Emulation Mode.

5.1 Requirements

• OS Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT4.0


• Display Resolution 640 x 480 dots, or more

NOTE:

There are different printer drivers compatible with each OS. Be sure to install the right drivers
compatible with your OS. If not, the printer driver may not work normally. There is a “Readme”
file which contains information and precautions about the printer driver. Please read this before
starting.

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5.2 Installation

5.2.1 Installer
Use the attached installer to install printer drivers. Insert the CD-ROM and the “SETUP.EXE” automatically starts.
The procedure to install differs depending on the environment in which the printer is connected to the computer.

Environments Install as Available ports Note


Local connection Local Printer LPT1 Plug and Play
(Windows3.1/95/98/NT)

Peer-to-Peer connection Local Printer Created ports at the Peer-to- Install the Peer-to-Peer utility
(Windows95/98/NT) Peer utility. before installing the printer driver.

Clients-Server connection Network Printer Shared printer at Windows NT Server Setup


(Windows3.1/95/98/NT clients) server, or the print queue at
NetWare server.

Windows NT TCP/IP Print Local Printer PORT1(LPR port) TCP/IP Print

5.2.2 Plug-and-Play
If the printer is connected in Local, it is automatically recognized and Plug-and-Play will be activated:
• When computers are corresponding to Plug-and-Play.
• When computers are set in interactive communication.
• When using interactive interface cables.
• When turning on the power of the printer before turning on the power of the computer.

5.2.3 Installation Procedure


(1) Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
• The exclusive installer automatically starts.
(2) Click on [Next].
(3) The [Software License Agreement] screen appears.
(4) Read the contents of the [Software License Agreement], then click on [Yes].
(5) The [User Information] screen appears.
(6) Enter the details in each field.
• Group number Select the values from 1 to 20. The printing information displayed at “Printing Counter,”
“Printing Job,” and “Printing history” of Top Access will be informed in selected groups.
• User name Enter the voluntary user name. Up to 32 characters can be entered. The printing information
displayed at “Printing Counter,” Printing Job,” and “Printing history” of Top Access
will be informed under an identified name.
(7) Click on [Next].
(8) The [Setup type] screen appears.
• Type Select the type of this machine.
• Emulation Select the printer driver to be installed. If several printer drivers are needed to
be installed, install them one by one.
• Default Paper Select the paper size system to be mainly used. The selected paper size sys-
tem will be a prior paper size.
“A” system: “A” system has the priority in paper size if selected. The default paper size will
be “A4.”
“LT” system: “LT” system has the priority in paper size if selected. The default paper size will
be “Letter.”
• To install Font Navigator Install the Font Navigator. Install fonts to display the Resident Font on the desk
top screen. It helps to edit documents as they are displayed on the screen in the
same way as the printing outputs.

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(9) Click on [Next].
(10) Installing begins.

SUPPLEMENT:

• Whe the installation is performed with the exclusive installer, “LPT1” (the parallel port of
the computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It is necessary to designate your
actual printer port when this printer is used in the network connection.
• There is the folder named “SERVICE” in the attached CD-ROM. The compressed files of
the printer drivers for each language, OS and emulation are in the folder. The FD can be
created instead of the CD-ROM as these compressed files are copied to the FD when the
user’s computer has no CD-ROM drive and when the user requests the FD rather than the
CD-ROM.
• After installing the printer driver, setup of the optional equipment installed to this
machine at the driver properties at first. The details can be set at drivers are different
depending on what optional equipment is installed to this machine. The configuration of
optional equipment can be confirmed at System Configuration menu of Top Access.

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5.3 Printer Driver Setting
Tabs Items Functions PDL PCL-5e PCL-XL

Details Print to the follow- Select “LPT1” if the printer is connected in Local. Select O O O
ing port “TOS_XXXXXX” if the Peer-to-Peer utility is installed and
the port is added automatically. When assigning the
shared printer or the print queues, select such as
“\\SERVER_NAME\PRINT_QUE.” When deleting the
Peer-to-Peer utility, change the port to “LPT1” before un-
installing.

*Refer to Windows Help for other items.

Option Option Set the details in accordance with the System O O O


configuration at Top Access. The details are changed
depending on the System composition. The optional
equipment set is displayed as an image.

Destination The destination bin can be specified. O O O

Paper Paper Size Select the paper size. LEDGER, LEGAL, LETTER, O O O
STATEMENT, COMPUTER, FOLIO, A3, A4, A5, B4, and
B5 can be selected. When setting Enlarge/Reduce
Printing, this will be done in the printer size set for enlarge
/reduce printing.

Location Default location of feeder O O O

Number of Copies Default number of copies to be printed O O O

Orientation Set “ “Portrait” or “Landscape.” O O O

Printing Order Select “ “Normal” for printing from page 1 and “Reverse” O O O
for printing from last page.

Enlarge/Reduce Enlarges/reduces the composition in print. The Enlarge/ O O O


Printing Reduce Printing screen appears. This is not available with
PCL-5e if the Graphic mode is set with Raster at Print
Quality tab.

Enlarge/Reduce Paper Size The paper size set for the document to be printed. O O O

Printing Output Paper Size The document is enlarged or reduced according to the O O O
size selected here.

Zoom The document is enlarged or reduced according to the O O O


entered ratio.

Information Entered details are informed. O O O

Margin Binding Margin Set the direction and width of the binding margin. O O O

Paper Margin Set the margin space around paper. O O O

Output Sort Mode Check this to use sort mode and set the pattern of sorting O O O
and stapling. This is available only with a finisher installed.

Duplex Printing Check this to operate duplex printing and select the way of O O O
binding duplex-printed pages. Duplex printing is available
when the optional equipment for Duplex printing is install-
ed.

Layout Printing Check this to print multiple pages on one page and select O O O
the pattern.

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Tabs Items Functions PDL PCL-5e PCL-XL
Output Special Printing Rotation, Mirror image, and Negative image can be O
printed. A special printing screen appears.

Special printing Rotation Printing Printing the rotated composition. O

Mirror Image Printing the reversed image vertically. O


Printing

Negative Image Printing the reversed image in black and white. O


Printing

Watermark Watermark Print the specified text on the first page or all pages of the O O O
document. Available watermarks are “COPY, Company
Confidential, Confidential, Company Private, Company
Proprietary, Draft, Copyright, File Copy, Final, Preliminary,
For Internal Use Only, Proof, Sample, Review Copy, Top
Secret and Urgent.”

New Register the new Watermark. Up to 29 Watermarks can O O O


be registered. Not for NT Not for NT

Edit Edit the registered Watermark. O O O


Not for NT Not for NT

Delete Delete the registered Watermark. Having clicking once on O O O


Delete the confirmation message appears, and the Not for NT Not for NT
Watermark will be deleted by clicking on Delete at the
confirmation dialogue.

Watermark Detail Create or edit Watermarks by clicking on [New] or [Edit]. O O O


Register the new or edited Watermark by clicking on
[Save]. Avoid creating new or editing Watermarks by
clicking on [Cancel].

Print Quality Gray Scale Print the color documents on the gray scale. O O O
•PDL
[Use Printer Settings] Use the printer default setting.
[Use Settings Below] Set the number of screen lines and
angles at will.
•PCL-5e
Select [None], [Coarse], or [Fine]. An output image is
displayed.
•PCL-XL
Select [Normal] or [Lineart].
An output image is displayed.

Graphics This designates which configuration is to be used for O


sending the graphics information to the printer.
[Raster]
Printing all the graphics as raster images. Layout Printing
is not possible.
[HPGL/2]
Printing some geometrical patterns faster. Print Text as
Graphics is not possible.

Bitmap This compresses and transfers bitmaps. When O


Compression compressed, the transfer time may be shortened.

Printing Speed Select [High-speed (300dpi)] or [Quality (600dpi)]. O O O

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Tabs Items Functions PDL PCL-5e PCL-XL
Print Quality TrueType Options Set them using TrueType fonts. O O
•PDL
[Always use Printer Fonts]
The printing time will be shortened, but the output may be
different from the display. (Not for NT)
[Always use TrueType Fonts]
Check this to substitute all TrueType fonts into images for
printing.
[Use Font Substitution Table]
Check this to apply the setting in the substitution table for
printing to substitute the TrueType fonts for resident fonts.
•PCL-5e
[Download as TrueType]
Download the TrueType fonts as soft fonts.
[Download as Bit Image]
Download the TrueType fonts as images. Printing may
take a longer time.

Edit Font Make the correspondence between TrueType font and O


Substitution Table Resident Font when you select [Use Font Substitution
Table]. The font substitution table appears.

Run Font Manager Start Font manager and install fonts in the computer to O O O
display the Resident Font on the screen.

Print Text as This can be checked on when the Graphics is set as O


Graphics “Raster”.

Font Subsititution For this TrueType Display the current substitution table. Select the items to O
Table font / Use Printer be changed.
font

Printer font for Select the printer font to correspond to selected TrueType O
font at [For this TrueType font / Use Printer font]. Select
[Send as Bitmaps] or [Send as Outlines] for each printer
font.

PDL Print PDL Print the error information when printing is finished. O
Information

Job Timeout Set the time interval for sending a print job from the com- O
puter to the printer. If the sending time is greater than the
time interlval set, printing the document is avoided.
Do not set at “0” when the printers in used in the network
connection.

Output to Select “Printer” to send print data and print them out, and O
select “Encapsulated PDL file” to save as PDL file without
any printing out.

Include Header- Set whether or not to send the header data for every job. O
page With Each The printing time will be shortened if header data are sent
Job only once, but the printer must be in Local. The header is
always available wherever the printer is connected if it is
sent for every job. It is recommended to send header
data for every job if the printer is connected in network
and to save as a PDL file.

Send now Send header data immediately. O

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Tabs Items Functions PDL PCL-5e PCL-XL
Other Group Number The identified group number for such as printing informa- O O O
tion at Top Access. It can be changed if it has not been
set yet or if it is set at “0.”

User Name The identified user name for such as printing information O O O
at Top Access. It can be changed if it has not been set
yet or if it is left blank.

Registration Define the the entered values. This button appears only O O O
when the Group number and User name have not been
set. The confirmation screen appears by clicking.
To define the entered values, click on [OK] on the confir-
mation screen.

Version Information Display the version information for the printer driver. O O O

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5.4 List of Resident Fonts
Emulation Font Name Emulation Font Name
PDL Dutch 801 SWA PCL Dutch™ 801 Roman SWC
Dutch 801 SWA Italic Dutch 801 Italic SWC
Dutch 801 SWA Bold Dutch 801 Bold SWC
Dutch 801 SWA Bold Italic Dutch 801 Bold Italic SWC
Swiss 721 SWA Swiss™ 742 SWC
Swiss 721 SWA Italic Swiss 742 Italic SWC
Swiss 721 SWA Bold Swiss 742 Bold SWC
Swiss 721 SWA Bold Italic Swiss 742 Bold Italic SWC
Courier SWA Swiss 742 Condensed SWC
Courier SWA Italic Swiss 742 Condensed Italic SWC
Courier SWA Bold Swiss 742 Condensed Bold SWC
Courier SWA Bold Italic Swiss 742 Condensed Bold Itallic SWC
Symbol Set SWA Incised 901 SWC
Zapf Calligraphic 801 SWA Incised 901 Italic SWC
Zapf Calligraphic 801 SWA Italic Incised 901 Bold SWC
Zapf Calligraphic 801 SWA Bold Zapf Humanist 601 SWC
Zapf Calligraphic 801 SWA Bold Italic Zapf Humanist 601 Italic SWC
ITC Bookman SWA Zapf Humanist 601 Bold SWC
ITC Bookman SWA Italic Zapf Humanist 601 Bold Italic SWC
ITC Bookman SWA Bold Aldine 430 Original Garamond SWC
ITC Bookman SWA Bold Italic Aldine 430 Original Garamond Italic SWC
Swiss 721 Narrow SWA Aldine 430 Original Garamond Bold SWC
Swiss 721 Narrow SWA Italic Aldine 430 Original Garamond Bold Italic SWC
Swiss 721 Narrow SWA Bold Fixed Pitch 810 Courier Roman SWC
Swiss 721 Narrow SWA Bold Italic Fixed Pitch 810 Courier Bold SWC
Century Schoolbook SWA Fixed Pitch 810 Courier Italic SWC
Century Schoolbook SWA Italic Fixed Pitch 810 Courier Bold Italic SWC
Century Schoolbook SWA Bold Fixed Pitch 850 Letter Gothic 12 pitch/text SWC
Century Schoolbook SWA Bold Italic Fixed Pitch 850 Letter Gothic Bold 12 pitch/text
ITC Avant Garde SWA SWC

ITC Avant Garde SWA Italic Fixed Pitch 850 Letter Gothic Italic 12 pitch/text
SWC
ITC Avant Garde SWA Bold
Flareserif 821 SWC
ITC Avant Garde SWA Bold Italic
Flareserif 821 Extra Bold SWC
ITC Zapf Chancery SWA Italic
Clarendon 701 Clarendon Condensed SWC
ITC Zapf Dingbats SWA
Ribbon 131 SWC
Audrey Two SWC
Swiss721 SWM
Swiss721 SWM Italic
Swiss721 SWM Bold
Swiss721 SWM Bold Italic
Dutch801 SWM
Dutch801 SWM Italic
Dutch801 SWM Bold
Dutch801 SWM Bold Italic
Symbol Set SWA
MoreWingbats SWM

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6. Font Navigator
Font Navigator is a font manager for Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1, and Windows NT, that gives you a quick and
easy way to find fonts to install, installs those fonts, and views and prints font samples.

SUPPLEMENTS:

• With Font Navigator, you receive a set of fonts, which Font Navigator installs when you
run the setup. Typically, the fonts are TrueType fonts that match the fonts in your printer.
Other TrueType fonts, which you can use for both the screen and printer, may come with
Font Navigator.
• WYSIWYG Support makes what you see on the screen match what you get from your
printer. It ensures that the same line breaks, page breaks, and appearance of your
documents will be the same both on the screen and in your printouts.

6.1 Installing Font Navigator

Installing Font Navigator starts after installing the printer driver.


(1) Select the language to be installed, then click on [Next].
• English, Deutsch, and Français.
(2) [Welcome] screen appears.
(3) Click on [Next].
(4) [License Agreement] screen appears.
(5) Read carefully the text, then click on [I Agree].
(6) [Destination Directory] screen appears.
(7) Enter the destination directories and click on [Finish].
(8) Font Navigator is installed.
(9) Click on [Finish].
• The installing is completed.

SUPPLEMENT:

After installing the printer driver, set up the optional equipment installed with this machine at
the driver properties at first. The details which can be set at the drivers are different depending
on what optional equipment is installed. The configuration of optional equipment can be
confirmed in the System Configuration menu of Top Access.

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6.2 Uninstalling Font Navigator

There is no attached uninstaller.

NOTE:

Do not delete the Font Navigator folder. Also, do not delete the Fonts and Cache folders in the
Font Navigator folder. If you do, you will remove fonts from your disk, and you may have to
reformat any documents that use these fonts.

6.3 Run Font Navigator

Follow the instructions below when you run Font Navigator for the first time.
(1) Double-click the Font Navigator icon.
(2) The Font Navigator Wizard appears.
(3) Select the drives that Font Navigator uses to search for fonts.
• This runs only the very first time you use Font Navigator.
(4) Click on [Next].
• Font Navigator automatically searches for fonts in the selected drives.
(5) Click on [Finish].

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6.4 Description of Screen

Go to a different folder
list box

Contents of
[Selected Files] List of Installed Fonts

Font Sample
Viewer

• Go to a different folder list box The current font’s catalog name displayed. Change this to view a different
catalog of font’s lists or font’s lists in other folders.
• Contents of [Selected File] List of the contents is displayed. Only folders and fonts can be displayed.
Installed fonts are checkmarked on icons.
• List of Installed Fonts The list of fonts has already been installed.
• Font Sample Viewer Displays the font sample.

6.5 Getting Started with Font Navigator

6.5.1 Installing Fonts


• Select one or more fonts to install from the List of Contents (the list box on the left).
• Then drag the selected fonts to the List of Installed Fonts (the list box on the right).

SUPPLEMENTS:

You can also install fonts:


• Selecting a font from the List of Contents (the list box on the left) and click [Install Font] to
install.
• Selecting a font from the List of Contents (the list box on the right) and press the [Insert]
key.

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6.5.2 View Font Samples
• Click a font in the List of Contents or List of Installed Fonts list.
This lets you view up to four samples in the Font Sample viewer (the window at the bottom of Font Navigator).

6.5.3 Printing Font Samples


• Click a font in the List of Contents or List of Installed Fonts.
• Choose [Print Samples] in the [File] menu.
• Click [OK] in the [Print Samples] dialog box to print the samples.

6.5.4 Search for Fonts


You can search for fonts on floppy disks, CD-ROMs, your hard disk, or network.
There are two ways to search for fonts.

• Use the [Find Fonts] option in the [File] menu.


• Use the [Go to a different folder list box] in the toolbar.

SUPPLEMENTS:

Each method of searching for fonts has its own advantages. In both cases, you search for fonts
so that you can install them, view them, or print samples of them. The fonts you search for
appear in the List of Contents.
• Use the [Find Fonts] option in the [File] menu to find fonts and update the Font Catalog.
The Font Catalog includes all the available fonts that you can install (or view and print
samples of).
• Use the [Go to a different folder list box] to display fonts in a single folder, rather than all
the fonts in the Font Catalog.

6.5.5 Uninstalling Fonts


• Select a font or more fonts to be uninstalled from the [Installed Fonts].
• Choose [Uninstall Font] in the [File] menu or press the [Delete] key to uninstall selected fonts.

6.5.6 Using Help


For more information about Font Navigator, choose Help Topics in the Help menu.

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7. Update Firmware

7.1 Updating the Firmware on Printer Board

7.1.1 Before Updating the Firmware


Before updating the firmware in Printer Board, the machine has to be started in the serviceman mode.
The procedure for starting the machine in the serviceman mode is following:

1. Hold down “0” and “5” buttons at the same time and turn the machine ON. “Test mode” is displayed on the Control
Panel.
2. Hold down “0” and “9” buttons at the same time. The “Test mode” message disappears and now the machine is in the
serviceman mode.

7.1.2 Updating from Top Access


The firmware can be updated from Top Access when the printer is connected in network and set up for Top Access appli-
cable. The procedure for updating the firmware from Top Access is the following. The machine has to be in the serviceman
mode to perform the updating of the firmware. (Refer to 7.1.1 “Before Updating the Firmware”)

1. Start the machine in the serviceman mode.


2. Open the URL for serviceman at Top Access on Web browser.
• URL for serviceman is “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/srv/”. (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP Address assigned to the machine.)
3. Click on “Update.” The Update screen appears.
• Update form FTP server.
Enter Serviceman password, FTP Address, FTP User ID, FTP Password, and FTP file name, and then press
“Update.” Updating firmware is started and the message “F-ROM updating” is displayed on the Control Panel
and Top Access.
• Update from Local File
Enter Serviceman password and Local File Name, and then press the “Update.” Updating firmware is started and
the message “F-ROM updating” is displayed on the Control Panel and Top Access.
4. The message “F-ROM update completed” is displayed on the Control Panel and Top Access after updating the firm-
ware is completed.
5. Perform Printer Reset, or turn the machine OFF, then ON to restart it.

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7.1.3 Updating from Local Computer
Update the firmware from the computer connected in Parallel. The machine has to be in the serviceman mode to perform
the updating of the firmware. (Refer to 7.1.1 “Before Updating the Firmware”)

1. Set to “Standard (Output Only), EPP, EPC” at Parallel Port setting of BIOS on your workstation if not.
2. Copy the update file to the local hard disk of the workstation if it is in other devices.
3. Start DOS prompt.
4. Change the directory to where the copy of the update file is located, and then enter “copy /b xxx.up lpt1:” at DOS
prompt. Updating firmware is start and the message “F-ROM updaing” is displayed on Control Panel.
• xxx is the update file name.
5. The message “F-ROM update completed” is displayed on Control Panel after updating the firmware is completed.
6. Perform the Printer Reset, or turn the machine OFF, then ON to restart it.

SUPPLEMENT:

• The updating results can be confirmed by the Setting List printed out at Top Access or
Control Panel.
• After the updating is completed and performing the Printer Reset, or turning the power
OFF then ON, the “Printer error (Error code: P52)” error may occur.
Please restart the machine again if this error occurs.

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7.2 Updating the Firmware on Network Interface Card

Updating of the firmware is performed on a computer connected in network with Network Interface Card. Install the F-ROM
utility to perform updating of the firmware. There are 2 attached utilities, for IPX and FTP connection to update the firmware.

7.2.1 Flash Update v1.21 for IPX connection


This program uses an IPX connection to download and install a new executable code version into the your print server or
Network Interface Card. To run this program, both your workstation and the NIC must have IPX (Novell) enabled.

1. Double-click on the icon of “Flash_up.exe” to start Flash Update utility.


• You must have supervisor rights on a Novell Server to use this program.
2. Select the NIC from the list showed all the print server and NIC units on your network.
• The units are listed by 3-letter code, follows by a 6-digit serial number.
3. Locate and then select the update file you want to use to update the firmware.
4. Click on [OK].
• Updating firmware is started.
5. The result of the download to the NIC is listed.
6. “Successful” appears next to the NIC’s serial number if the updating is successfully completed.

7.2.2 FTP Download Utility v1.20 for FTP connection


This program uses an FTP connection to download and install a new executable code version into your print server or
Network Interface Card. To run this program, both your workstation and the NIC must have TCP/IP enabled and must have
been assigned a valid IP address.

1. Double-click on the icon of “Ftpdl.exe” to start FTP Download utility.


2. Go to the File menu and click on [Download].
• The Select a file to download screen appears.
3. Locate and then select the update file you want to use to update the firmware.
4. Click on [OK].
• The IP Address screen appears.
5. Enter the IP Address assigned to the machine, and then click on [OK].
• If the workstation and printer are on different subnets, subnet masks and default routers (gateway address) may
also need to be entered.
• The Password screen appears.
6. Enter the serviceman password, then click on [OK].
• The serviceman password is “sysadm.” The entered password is described with “*”.
7. Updating firmware is start.

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8. Status Report
The Status/Configuration report is sent as a print job to the printer when the print server is turned on, if it is set ON with
“Printing a start page” at the System setting of Top Access.
It is strongly recommended that you review this report immediately after installation and any time the setup has been
changed. If the report does not include a protocol that was configured, check that the procedure was done properly.

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Chapter 5 Status Display and the Solutions

1. Control Panel .................................................................. 5-1

2. Top Access (Status Message) ....................................... 5-2

3. Top Access (Message Displayed Area) ........................ 5-4


1. Control Panel

Error Message Error Type Description of Causes Solution


Displayed

Printer is being started Printer is being started The printer is under warm-up. Waiting to finish warm-up.

Printer error DMA Buffer Error The necessary buffer cannot be Turn OFF the power of this machine and restart
(Error code : P05) maintained when accessing DMA. again.

Printer error Command Submit Error The command cannnot be submitted. Turn OFF the power of this machine and restart again.
(Error code : P09)

Printer error Detect Timeout The system detects ISA timeout. H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this machine and
(Error code : P00) restart again.

Printer error Detect Timeout The printer detects ISA timeout. H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this machine and
(Error code : P50) restart again.

Printer error Fatal Error The printer board detects a fatal H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this machine and
(Error code : P56) error. restart again.

Printer error ISA Interface Error The sequence ISA timeout error H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this machine and
(Error code : P55) occurs three times. restart again.

Printer error NIC Error NIC error is detected (only when H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this machine and
(Error code : P54) the NIC is in use.) restart again.

Printer error NvRAM Error NvRAM error in the printer board H/W reset. All settings are revised to defaults except
(Error code: P52) is detected. IP Address.

Printer error Deficiency of Memory Failed to maintain the memory while The error is automatically cleared. The message is
(Error code: P51) rasterizing. restored with H/W reset.

Printer error Expanded Memory When an error occurs in the expanded H/W reset or replace the memory.
(Error code : P57) Error memory of the printer board.

F-ROM update error Fail F-ROM update Updating F-ROM has failed. Retry the operation referring to “7. Update Firmware of
of Chapter 4.”

F-ROM update completed Complete F-ROM Updating F-ROM is completed. H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this machine and
restart again.

F-ROM updating Start F-ROM update Updating F-ROM has started. —

Please wait. Warm-up is Warm-up is underway. It will be recovered automatically.


underway.

Please wait a while. — It will be recovered automatically.

Add paper When there is no paper on the Add paper.


pedestals.

Add toner When toner has run out. Add toner.

Close Sheet Bypass When the Sheet Bypass Cover is open. Close the sheet bypass cover.
Cover.

Close Top Cover. When the Top Cover is open. Close the top cover.

Close Bottom Cover. When the Bottom Cover is open. Close the bottom cover.

Set Large-capacity When the Large Capacity Feeder Set the Large-capacity Cassette.
Cassette. (LCF) is not installed.

Close Door of Large- When the door of the LCF is open. Close the door of Large-capacity Cassette.
capacity Cassette.

Close the Door of When the ADU cassette is open. Close the door of Duplex Unit.
Duplex Unit.

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2. Top Access (Status Message)

Message Displayed ISA Information Status Solution

It is normal. Following errors cannot be applied. —

Serviceman call (SCR06,0Bh,D4) Errors that cannot be Contact the maintenance service.
recovered

:P05 which the printer error generated (STER-D0~D6=04h) DMA Buffer Error Turn OFF the power of this machine and
restart again.

:P09 which the printer error generated (STER-D0~D6=08h) Command Submit Turn OFF the power of this machine and
Error restart again.

:P50 which the printer error generated (SS04-06h) ISA Timeout Error H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this
machine and restart again.

:P56 which the printer error generated (SS04,05h) Fetal Error H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this
machine and restart again.

Printer starting (SCR06,09h,D0) The printer is under Waiting to finish warm-up.


warm-up.

:P55 which the printer error generated (SS04-04h) ISA Interface Error H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this
machine and restart again.

:P54 which the printer error generated (SS04-03h) NIC Error H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this
machine and restart again.

:P52 which the printer error generated (SS04-01h) NvRAM Error H/W reset. All settings are reviced to defaults
except IP Address.

:P57 which the printer error generated (SS04-07h) Expanded Memory Error H/W reset or replace the memory.

It has not equipped with the (SCR06,04h,D0) No development Install the development machine correctly.
development machine. machine

It has not equipped with electrification (SCR06,04h,D1) No electrification Install the electrification charger correctly.
charger. charger

The toner bag is exchanged. (SCR06,04h,D3) Toner bag full Replace the toner bag.

It is a paper jam. (SCR06,00h,D0~D4) Jam Status Remove the jammed paper referring to [HELP]
on the Control Panel.

It has not been ready for finisher. (SCR06,05h,D1,D2) Finisher Error The tray capacity is exceeded. Remove paper
from the finisher and make sure that the
finisher installed correctly.

It has not been ready for Stapler. (SCR06,0Bh,D3) No Stapler Install the Stapler correctly.

Please confirm Stapler. (SCR06,06h,D0) Staples Jam Remove jammed staples.

The needle of Stapler is supplied. (SCR06,0Bh,D2) No Staples Supply staples.

Toner is supplied. (SCR06,04h,D2) No toner Supply toner.

A cover is closed. (SCR06,01h,D0,D1,D3,D4 & SCR06, Close the cover of the machine.
0Bh,D0,D1) Cover Open

A copy paper is supplied. (SCR06,02h &03h) No Paper Supply paper.

Service is connected with for a (SCR06,0Bh,D4) Scheduled inspection Contact the maintenance service for periodic
scheduled inspection. is necessary. inspection.

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Displayed only Serviceman menu

Message Displayed ISA Information Status Solution

F-ROM Up-date failure (SS04-53h) F-ROM Update Failure Retry the operation referring to “7. Update
Firmware of Chapter 4.”

The completion of an F-ROM Up-date (SS04-52h) Complete F-ROM Update H/W reset or turn OFF the power of this
machine and restart again.

F-ROM Up-date start (SS04-51h) Start F-ROM Update ---

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3. Top Access (Message Displayed Area)
The messages are displayed when anything is changed in at Top Access and any buttons are clicked. The list of the
messages is as follows.

Item Submit Message displayed Conclusion

Test printing Print Request has been Received Print

ERROR Unable to print

Password change Change Password has been changed Password change complete

Invalid Password Wrong password

ERROR Incomplete change

System Setting Setup Request has been Received Setup complete

Invalid Password Wrong password

Invalid Setting There is an invalid setting.

ERROR Incomplete setting.

Printer Setting Setup Request has been Received Setup complete

Invalid Password Wrong password

Invalid Setting There is invalid setting.

ERROR Incomplete setting.

Default Restore to Default Settings Change to default settings.

Invalid Password Wrong password

ERROR Incomplete default settings.

Printer reset Submit Invalid Password Wrong password

ERROR Incomplete admitting

Network Setup Setup Reset the Printer for Enable Setup complete
(TCP/IP•NetWare) Setting

Invalid Password Wrong password

Invalid Setting There is an invalid setting.

ERROR Incomplete setting

Group Counter Reset Submit Request has been Received Request admitted

Invalid Password Wrong password

ERROR Incomplete admitting

Reset all group counter Submit Request has been Received Request admitted

Invalid Password Wrong password

ERROR Incomplete admitting

Reset Print counter Submit Request has been Received Request admitted

Invalid Password Wrong password

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Chapter 6 Troubleshooting

1. Troubleshooting ............................................................. 6-1

2. Limitations ...................................................................... 6-2

2.1 When using the machine in both parallel connection .................


and network connection ........................................................... 6-2
2.2 Limitation on the printer functions .......................................... 6-2
2.3 When printing by manual feeding ............................................ 6-2
2.4 Using the printer function concurrently with the ................... 6-2
copying function
1. Troubleshooting
Trouble Causes Solution
Unable to print The printer power is turned OFF. Turn ON the printer power.

The cables are not connected properly. Connect the printer cable and the network able
properly.

The cable is inappropriate. Use the appropriate cable. Change the cable
if the cable is considered to be broken.

Network is Off-Line. Change to On-Line on control panel.

Out of paper Add paper.

Forced to pause errors. Confirm the error type and follow the solution.

Unable to print in net- The network setting in Top Access is incorrect. Set the network setting in Top Access correctly.

work environment. The network setting in computers is incorrect. Set the network setting in computers correctly.

IP Address for the printer is incorrect. Assign the IP Address for the printer correctly.

Unable to access Top Wrong URL. Enter the correct URL.

Access Setting for proxy is wrong. Confirm the network settings for the WWW browser
are correct.

Network cables are not connected properly to the Confirm the network cables connected correctly.
printer or computers.

Printer resetting has been performed. Wait for the printer reset is completed.

Wrong network settings for the computer. Set the network settings properly.

IP Address is not assigned to the printer. Assign the IP Address on control panel.

IP Address assigned to the printer is inappropriate. Confirm the IP Address has been assigned wrong
or same as one that has already been used.
If so, change to an appropriate address.

Unable to operate Printing can be performed in TCP/IP printing Banner printing is available only for LPR printing
banner printing (LPR printing). in TCP/IP of Windows NT.

“There is not enough There is not enough free space in HDD. Create some more free space in the HDD and try
space to install these installation again.
option(s). Please free
up some disk space
or modify your
selection.” message is
displayed and
installation
cannot be operated.

“The selected printer An appointed driver is already installed for the A driver is already installed for the printer. If you
driver has already been printer. would like to update the driver to the latest version,
installed. After deleting install a new one after deleting the existing driver.
the current printer driver,
install again.” message
is displayed.

Unable to add a port This is not checked with [Use NetWare] at the NetWare Check with [Use NetWare] at the NetWare
(TOS_XXXXXX) for Setup in Network Setup in Top Access. Setup in Network Setup in Top Access.
Peer-to-Peer Utility for
IPX/SPX.

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2. Limitations

2.1 When using the machine in both parallel connection and


network connection

• While one print job is spooled, another print job cannot be accepted. Wait for a while and then start again from
the beginning.

2.2 Limitation on the printer functions

• A print job exceeding 200 pages will be divided.


• A print job specifying a different paper size for each page will be divided into the respective paper size.
• Up to 100 print jobs can be spooled in this machine.
• When the bottom margin value set in the copier is greater than the margin value set in the printer driver, the whole
image is not printed in a print job. To prevent it, the bottom margin should be set to a value smaller than the minimum
margin value (3.3 mm) set in the printer driver. To change the bottom margin value, refer to the service manual for the
copier.

2.3 When printing by manual feeding

• When printing by manual feeding, printing does not start until the Start key of the machine is pressed.
• When the message “Place paper on the bypass tray” is displayed on the message display panel, press the Start
key.
• Manual feeding is available in portrait only.

2.4 Using the printer function concurrently with the copying func-
tion

• If an error such as running out of paper occurs in the copying function mode, the printer function cannot be used until
the copying function error is solved.
• During copying, printing cannot be performed in the printer function mode.

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Hardware

Contents

Chapter 1 Summary

Chapter 2 Circuit Description

Chapter 3 Print Data Flow

Chapter 4 The Arrangement Plan of


Principal Elements

Chapter 5 Interface Signal

Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
Chapter 1 Summary
1. Summary
The summaries of the printer boards (KR-7009,7015) and the Network Interface Card (KR-7010,7011,7012) are presented
in this chapter.

Printer Board
• Transmitting, compressing, and converting print data.
• Printer Utility Function • Control of the Network Interface Card.
• HTTP Server Function • Parallel Interface (comply with IEEE-1284)

Computer Printer Board DP2570/3580

Network Interface Card


Network • Administration of Network Setting
Interface • Network Interface Card
Card KR-7010: 10/100BASE-TX
KR-7011: 10BASE-T/2
KR-7012: Token Ring

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Chapter 2 Circuit Description

1. Circuit Description ......................................................... 2-1


1. Circuit Description
The electric circuits of the printer function are described in this chapter.

Pritner Board

U41 MA0~7,9~12,
BA0,MAD8
CPU
PowerPC PD0~63 SDRAM

J10
603e DIMM
32Mbyte
PA0~31
PD0~63

MA0~12,BA0

U49~56
PD0~63
SDRAM
16Mbyte
Local Data bus

PA0~31 U24~26
SA0~31 SA8~29
System
Address SD0~31

J4
Buffer Not used

PD0~31
U43,46 SD0~31

Data bus
System Data bus

Transceiver SA8~29
PD0~63

PA0~31

Program
SD0~31
ROM

J5
SIMM
8Mbyte

SA15~31
U31
ND0~15 Network
J7

DOUBLE FINGER Interface


Card

Ethernet

SA25~31

U17
SD0~15 IEEE-1284
J8

Computer
PARALLEL
CONTROLLER

U11

EEPROM
4Kbit
DP2570/3580

SA6,7,15,
22,28~31

U8
SD0~15 ISA Bus
J11

System Board
PLD

SA30 PMRA0~14

U7 U5,6
SD0~15 PMRD0~15
VIDEO SRAM
ENCODER 512Kbyte

Control Signals

Data Bus

Address Bus

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The Printer Board is mainly composed of PowerPC 603e (U41) and Double Finger (U31).

The data bus in the Printer Board branches off to a local data bus and a system data bus. These are connected in alternating
connection with a Bus Transceiver.
The local data bus is a 64-bit data bus directly connected to the PowerPC 603e. Double Finger, SDRAM (U49~56), and
SDRAM DIMM are connected to this bus.
The system data bus is a 32-bit data bus connected to Program ROM SIMM, Parallel Controller (U17), PLD (U8), Video
Encoder (U7), and the Network Card Interface (J7).

SDRAM and SDRAM DIMM are used as main memories for the system and are controlled by Double Finger.

Program ROM SIMM stores the operating programs of the system and some parts of the standard font data and is controlled by
Double Finger.

The Parallel Interface circuit is composed of Parallel Controller, Parallel Interface (J8), and other peripheral ICs, and controls
parallel communication with computers and operates the sending and receiving of print data, command signals and status
signals. The Parallel Interface is corresponding to Compatible mode, Nibble mode, and ECP mode in compliance with IEEE-
1284.

Engine Interface circuit is composed of the PLD, Engine Interface (J11) and other peripheral ICs, and it controls the ISA bus
communication with System Board installed in the machine itself and operates the sending and receiving of print data, com-
mand signals and status signals. The sending/receiving of print data, and command/status signals are operated in DMA
transfer.

EEPROM (U11) stores the setting information for the printer designated by the users and in controlled by the PLD.

The Compressing Data circuit is composed of the Video Encoder (U7), SRAM (U5, 6), and other peripheral ICs, and it converts
the print data to MH, MR, MMR, and JBIG format-compressed data.

The Network Interface Card is composed of the Network Control IC and other peripheral ICs, and operates the transmitting of
print data and command/status signals through the Local Area Network.

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Chapter 3 Print Data Flow

1. Print Data Flow ............................................................... 3-1


1.1 Local (Parallel) Connection ..................................................... 3-1
1.2 Network Connection ................................................................ 3-2
1. Print Data Flow
The flow of print data sent from computers is presented in this chapter classified by the ways of connection.

1.1 Local (Parallel) Connection

Printer Board

U11

EEPROM
4Kbit

2 U17 1
J4

J8
Not used
PARALLEL
Computer
CONTROLLER

U41

PowerPC 603e

Program
J5

ROM SIMM
8Mbyte

U31

J7
DOUBLE FINGER

DP2570/3580

4 U7 5 U8 6
U49~56
System
J11

VIDEO PLD Board


SDRAM
ENCODER
16Mbyte

U5,6
Printer
SRAM Engine
512Kbyte

(1) The Parallel Controller (U17) receives the print data and command signals transmitted through the Parallel Interface (J8)
from a computer.
(2) The print data and command signals are transmitted to the PowerPC 603e (U41) by Double Finger (U31).
(3) The PowerPC 603e processes and analyzes the print data relying on the command signals and the print settings saved in
EEPROM (U11). When printing with Resident Font, the font data are retrieved from Program ROM SIMM.
The analyzed print data are transmitted and saved in SDRAM (U49~56) by Double Finger.
(4) The saved data are transmitted to the Video Encoder (U7) by Double Finger.
(5) The Video Encoder (U7) compresses the print data. The compressed data are transmitted to PLD (U8) by Double Finger.
(6) PLD transmits the print data to the System Board of the machine in DMA through the Engine Interface (J11). The System
Board comes into operation to activate the Printer Engine and the transmitted print data are printed.

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1.2 Network Connection

Printer Board

U11

EEPROM
4Kbit

U17
J4

J8
Not used Computer
PARALLEL
CONTROLLER

U41
2
PowerPC 603e 1

Program
J5

ROM SIMM
8Mbyte

U31 Network

J7
Interface
DOUBLE FINGER Card

DP2570/3580

U49~56 4 U7 5 U8 6
System

J11
SDRAM VIDEO PLD Board
16Mbyte ENCODER

U5,6
Printer
SRAM Engine
512Kbyte

(1) The Network Interface Card receives the print data and command signals from a computer through LAN Interface. A
transmitting request is sent to Double Finger (U31) through the Network Card Interface (J7).
(2) The received print data and command signals are transmitted to PowerPC 603e (U41) through the Network Card Interface
by Double Finger.
(3) PowerPC 603e processes and analyzes the print data relying on the command signals and the print settings saved in
EEPROM (U11). When printing with Resident Font, the font data are retrieved from Program ROM SIMM.
The analyzed print data are transmitted and saved in SDRAM (U49~56) by Double Finger.
(4) The saved data are transmitted to the Video Encoder (U7) by Double Finger.
(5) The Video Encoder (U7) compresses the print data. The compressed data are transmitted to the PLD (U8) by Double
Finger.
(6) The PLD transmits the print data to the System Board of the machine in DMA through the Engine Interface (J11). System
Board comes into operation to activate the Printer Engine and the transmitted print data are printed.

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Chapter 4 The Arrangement Plan of Principal
Elements

1. The Arrangement Plan of Principal Elements.............. 4-1


1.1 Printer Board ............................................................................ 4-1
1.1.1 Control Integrated Circuit ................................................................. 4-1
1.1.2 IC Configuration ad Assigning ......................................................... 4-2
1.1.3 Memory .......................................................................................... 4-11
1.1.4 Interface ......................................................................................... 4-12
1.1.5 DIP Switch, LED ............................................................................ 4-13
1.2 Network Interface Card .......................................................... 4-15
1.2.1 KR-7010......................................................................................... 4-15
1.2.2 KR-7011 ......................................................................................... 4-18
1.2.3 KR-7012......................................................................................... 4-22
1. The Arrangement Plan of Principal Elements
The arrangement and function of the principal elements in each substrate are described in this chapter.

1.1 Printer Board

1.1.1 Control Integrated Circuit

U7
Video
Encoder U8
PLD

U17

Parallel
Controller

U31
Double
Finger
U41
PowerPC
603e

• PowerPC 603e (U41)


100MHz, 64-bit microcomputer
This is the main element in the printer board, and this controls most of the following programs of the printer function
following programs.

• Double Finger (U31)


The Control Integrated Circuit for printer function.
Control of the bus interface, memory, DMA, UART function, timer function, and interruption.

• Parallel Controller (U17)


This controls the communication with the computers connected in parallel.
This performs communication of print data and status signals in conformity to the IEEE-1284 compatible mode, Nible mode,
and ECP mode.

• Video Encoder (U7)


This performs the conversion of print data (image data).

• PLD (U8)
This controls the communications to the copier, DP2570/3580.
It operates the communication of video signals and status signals with the ISA bus.

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1.1.2 IC Configuration and Assigning
• Power PC 603e (U41)
180 121

181 120

Pin240 61

Pin1 60
• Power PC 603e Pin Assign 1/2

Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
1 GBL# I/O 31 QREQ# O 61 OVDD - 91 DH12 -
2 A1 I/O 32 ARTRY# I/O 62 DL29 I/O 92 DH11 -
3 A3 I/O 33 OGND - 63 DL30 I/O 93 DH10 -
4 VDD - 34 VDD - 64 DL31 I/O 94 DH9 I/O
5 A5 I/O 35 OVDD - 65 GND - 95 OGND I/O
6 A7 I/O 36 ABB# I/O 66 DH31 I/O 96 OVDD I
7 A9 I/O 37 A31 I/O 67 DH30 I/O 97 DH8 I
8 OGND - 38 DP0 I/O 68 DH29 I/O 98 DH7 I
9 GND - 39 GND - 69 OGND - 99 DH6 I
10 OVDD - 40 DP1 I/O 70 OVDD - 100 DL22 I/O
11 A11 I/O 41 DP2 I/O 71 DH28 I/O 101 DL21 I/O
12 A13 I/O 42 DP3 I/O 72 DH27 I/O 102 DL20 I/O
13 A15 I/O 43 OGND - 73 DH26 I/O 103 OGND -
14 VDD - 44 VDD - 74 DH25 I/O 104 OVDD -
15 A17 I/O 45 OVDD - 75 DH24 I/O 105 DL19 O
16 A19 I/O 46 DP4 I/O 76 DH23 I/O 106 DL18 O
17 A21 I/O 47 DP5 I/O 77 OGND - 107 DL17 O
18 OGND - 48 DP6 I/O 78 DH22 I/O 108 DH5 O
19 GND - 49 GND - 79 OVDD - 109 DH4 I
20 OVDD - 50 DP7 I/O 80 DH21 I/O 110 DH3 I
21 A23 I/O 51 DL23 I/O 81 DH20 I/O 111 OGND I
22 A25 I/O 52 DL24 I/O 82 DH19 I/O 112 OVDD I
23 A27 I/O 53 OGND - 83 DH18 I/O 113 DH2 I
24 VDD - 54 OVDD - 84 DH17 I/O 114 DH1 I
25 DBWO# I 55 DL25 I/O 85 DH16 I/O 115 DH0 I
26 DBG# I 56 DL26 I/O 86 OGND - 116 GND -
27 BG# I 57 DL27 I/O 87 DH15 I/O 117 DL16 -
28 AACK# I 58 DL28 I/O 88 OVDD - 118 DL15 I
29 GND - 59 VDD - 89 DH14 I/O 119 DL14 -
30 A29 I/O 60 OGND - 90 DH13 I/O 120 OGND I

4-2
• Power PC 603e Pin Assign 2/2
Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
121 OVDD - 151 A28 I/O 181 OGND - 211 PLL_CFG1 I
122 VDD - 152 GND - 182 GND - 212 SYSCLK I
123 DL13 I/O 153 DBDIS# I 183 OVDD - 213 PLL_CFG0 I
124 DL12 I/O 154 TEA# I 184 TT3 I/O 214 HRESET# I
125 DL11 I/O 155 TA# I 185 TT2 I/O 215 CKSTP_IN# I
126 DL10 I/O 156 DRTRY# I 186 MCP# I 216 CKSTP_OUT# O
127 OGND - 157 VDD - 187 SMI# I 217 DPE# O
128 OVDD - 158 A26 I/O 188 INT# I 218 APE# O
129 DL9 I/O 159 A24 I/O 189 SRESET# I 219 BR# O
130 DL8 I/O 160 A22 I/O 190 TT1 I/O 220 OGND -
131 DL7 I/O 161 OGND - 191 TT0 I/O 221 CLK_OUT O
132 GND - 162 GND - 192 TBST# I/O 222 OVDD -
133 DL6 I/O 163 OVDD - 193 OGND - 223 TC1 O
134 DL5 I/O 164 A20 I/O 194 OVDD - 224 TC0 O
135 DL4 I/O 165 A18 I/O 195 TSIZ2 O 225 CSE0 O
136 OGND - 166 A16 I/O 196 TSIZ1 O 226 AP3 I/O
137 VDD - 167 VDD - 197 TSIZ0 O 227 AP2 I/O
138 OVDD - 168 A14 I/O 198 TDO O 228 OGND -
139 DL3 I/O 169 A12 I/O 199 TDI I 229 OVDD -
140 DL2 I/O 170 A10 I/O 200 TMS I 230 AP1 I/O
141 DL1 I/O 171 OGND - 201 TCK I 231 AP0 I/O
142 GND - 172 GND - 202 TRST# I 232 RSRV# O
143 DL0 I/O 173 OVDD - 203 L2_TSTCL K I 233 TLBISYNC# I
144 A30 I/O 174 A8 I/O 204 L1_TSTCL K I 234 TBEN I
145 DBB# I/O 175 A6 I/O 205 LSSD_MOD E I 235 QACK# I
146 OGND - 176 A4 I/O 206 GND - 236 WT# O
147 VDD - 177 VDD - 207 VDD - 237 CI# O
148 OVDD - 178 A2 I/O 208 PLL_CFG3 I 238 OGND -
149 TS# I/O 179 A0 I/O 209 AVDD - 239 GND -
150 CSE1 O 180 TT4 I/O 210 PLL_CFG2 I 240 OVDD -

4-3
• Double finger (U31)
180 121

181 120

Pin240 61

Pin1 60

• Double finger Pin Assign 1/2

Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
1 PD52 I/O 31 P_NSELIN I 61 RXD1 I 91 DQM4 O
2 PD53 I/O 32 BR_603 I 62 TXD1 O 92 DMAR4 I
3 PD54 I/O 33 CS_OPTION1 O 63 DSR1 I 93 DMAR5 I
4 PD55 I/O 34 CS_OPTION0 O 64 DTR1 O 94 CS_ROM4 O
5 PD56 I/O 35 PLL_SEL0 I 65 RXD2 I 95 DQM5 O
6 PD_DIR O 36 PLL_SEL1 I 66 TXD2 O 96 VDD -
7 EXT_INT1 I 37 PORT_OE O 67 DSR2 I 97 GND -
8 VDD - 38 VDD - 68 DTR2 O 98 DQM6 O
9 GND - 39 GND - 69 INT603 O 99 DQM7 O
10 PD57 I/O 40 PORT_WE O 70 VDD - 100 TT1 I/O
11 PD58 I/O 41 XCVR_DIR O 71 GND - 101 TBST I/O
12 PD59 I/O 42 VDO O 72 ROW_OE O 102 TSIZ0 I/O
13 PD60 I/O 43 XCVR_OE O 73 COLUMN_ OE O 103 VDD -
14 PD61 I/O 44 VSYNC O 74 TT3 I 104 GND -
15 PD62 I/O 45 BD I 75 MA10 O 105 TSIZ1 I/O
16 PD63 I/O 46 VSREQ I 76 DQM0 O 106 TSIZ2 I/O
17 VDD - 47 CBSY O 77 VDD - 107 AACK O
18 GND - 48 CMD O 78 GND - 108 CS_OPTION2 O
19 TS I/O 49 CCLK O 79 DQM1 O 109 BG_603 O
20 TA O 50 SBSY I 80 DQM2 O 110 VDD -
21 ABB I/O 51 STS I 81 DQM3 O 111 GND -
22 VDD - 52 VDD - 82 RAS O 112 PD_CPAB O
23 GND - 53 GND - 83 CAS O 113 DBG O
24 WBE0 O 54 PD_OEB O 84 VDD - 114 CS_DRAM0 O
25 WBE1 O 55 PD_CPBA O 85 GND - 115 CS_DRAM1 O
26 EOT4 I/O 56 GND - 86 DRAM_WE O 116 CS_DRAM2 O
27 READY_IN I 57 SYSCLK I 87 CS_ROM1 O 117 CS_PROM O
28 RESET_B I/O 58 PLL_TEST0 I 88 CS_ROM2 O 118 CS_ROM0 O
29 TEST_MOD E I 59 PLL_TEST1 I 89 CS_ROM3 O 119 VDD -
30 EOT5 I/O 60 AVDD - 90 CKE O 120 GND -

4-4
• Double finger Pin Assign 2/2

Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
121 PA0 I/O 151 GND - 181 PD18 I/O 211 PD31 I/O
122 PA1 I/O 152 P_PERROR O 182 PD19 I/O 212 EXT_INT7 I
123 PA2 I/O 153 P_BUSY O 183 PD20 I/O 213 P_NFAULT O
124 PA3 I/O 154 OE_B O 184 PD21 I/O 214 PRNT O
125 PA4 I/O 155 PA12 I/O 185 PD22 I/O 215 PD32 I/O
126 P_NSTRB I 156 PA13 I/O 186 PD23 I/O 216 VDD -
127 P_NAUTOF D I 157 PA14 I/O 187 PA24 I/O 217 GND -
128 VDD - 158 PA15 I/O 188 EXT_INT2 I 218 PD33 I/O
129 GND - 159 PD8 I/O 189 EXT_INT3 I 219 PD34 I/O
130 PA5 I/O 160 PD9 I/O 190 VDD - 220 PD35 I/O
131 PA6 I/O 161 PD10 I/O 191 GND - 221 PD36 I/O
132 PA7 I/O 162 PD11 I/O 192 PA25 I/O 222 PD37 I/O
133 PD0 I/O 163 PD12 I/O 193 PA26 I/O 223 PD38 I/O
134 PD1 I/O 164 PD13 I/O 194 PA27 I/O 224 PD39 I/O
135 PD2 I/O 165 PD14 I/O 195 PA28 I/O 225 PD40 I/O
136 PD3 I/O 166 PD15 I/O 196 PA29 I/O 226 PD41 I/O
137 PD4 I/O 167 PA16 I/O 197 PA30 I/O 227 PD42 I/O
138 PD5 I/O 168 PA17 I/O 198 PA31 I/O 228 PD43 I/O
139 PD6 I/O 169 PA18 I/O 199 PD24 I/O 229 PD44 I/O
140 PD7 I/O 170 PA19 I/O 200 PD25 I/O 230 VDD -
141 PA8 I/O 171 PA20 I/O 201 PD26 I/O 231 GND -
142 VDD - 172 VDD - 202 PD27 I/O 232 DMAA4 O
143 GND - 173 GND - 203 PD28 I/O 233 DMAA5 O
144 PA9 I/O 174 EXT_INT0 I 204 VDD - 234 PD45 I/O
145 PA10 I/O 175 BOOTW I 205 GND - 235 PD46 I/O
146 PA11 I/O 176 PA21 I/O 206 PD29 I/O 236 PD47 I/O
147 P_NINIT I 177 PA22 I/O 207 EXT_INT4 I 237 PD48 I/O
148 P_NACK O 178 PA23 I/O 208 EXT_INT5 I 238 PD49 I/O
149 P_SELECT O 179 PD16 I/O 209 EXT_INT6 I 239 PD50 I/O
150 VDD - 180 PD17 I/O 210 PD30 I/O 240 PD51 I/O

4-5
• Parallel Controller (U17)

80 51

81 50

Pin100 31

Pin1 30

• Parallel Controller Pin Assign

Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
1 GND - 26 N/C - 51 PDBEN O 76 R/W# I
2 DB7 I/O 27 N/C - 52 GND - 77 DS# I
3 DB6 I/O 28 N/C - 53 GP7 I/O 78 CS# I
4 DB5 I/O 29 N/C - 54 GP6 I/O 79 RESET# I
5 DB4 I/O 30 GND - 55 GP5 I/O 80 CLK/2 O
6 DB3 I/O 31 SLCTIN# I 56 GP4 I/O 81 VCC -
7 DB2 I/O 32 AUTOFD# I 57 GP3 I/O 82 BYTESWAP I
8 DB1 I/O 33 STROBE# I 58 GP2 I/O 83 OUTEN I
9 DB0 I/O 34 INIT# I 59 GP1 I/O 84 A6 I
10 GND - 35 PERROR O 60 GP0 I/O 85 A5 I
11 VCC - 36 BUSY O 61 PULLUP I 86 A4 I
12 DMAACK# I 37 ACK# O 62 PULLUP I 87 A3 I
13 DMAREQ# O 38 FAULT# O 63 PULLUP I 88 A2 I
14 N/C - 39 SELECT O 64 PULLUP I 89 A1 I
15 N/C - 40 GND - 65 VCC - 90 A0 I
16 N/C - 41 PD7 I/O 66 PULLUP I 91 GND -
17 N/C - 42 PD6 I/O 67 PULLUP I 92 DB15 I/O
18 N/C - 43 PD5 I/O 68 SVCREQP# O 93 DB14 I/O
19 N/C - 44 PD4 I/O 69 SVCACKP# I 94 DB13 I/O
20 N/C - 45 PD3 I/O 70 DGRANT# I 95 DB12 I/O
21 N/C - 46 PD2 I/O 71 DPASS# O 96 DB11 I/O
22 N/C - 47 PD1 I/O 72 GND - 97 DB10 I/O
23 N/C - 48 PD0 I/O 73 CLK I 98 DB9 I/O
24 N/C - 49 EBDIR O 74 N/C - 99 DB8 I/O
25 N/C - 50 VCC - 75 DTACK# O 100 VCC -

4-6
• Video Encoder (U7)
120 81

121 80

Pin160 41

Pin1 40

• Video Encoder Pin Assign 1/2

Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
1 N/C - 31 VDD - 61 OD7 O 91 GND -
2 N/C - 32 VDD - 62 OD8 O 92 CD13 I/O
3 RA14 O 33 RD3 I/O 63 GND - 93 CD12 I/O
4 RA13 O 34 RD2 I/O 64 OD9 O 94 VDD -
5 RA12 O 35 RD1 I/O 65 OD10 O 95 CD11 I/O
6 GND - 36 RD0 I/O 66 VDD - 96 CD10 I/O
7 RA11 O 37 GND - 67 OD11 O 97 GND -
8 RA10 O 38 ALD0 I/O 68 OD12 O 98 CD9 I/O
9 RA9 O 39 N/C - 69 OD13 O 99 CD8 I/O
10 RA8 O 40 N/C - 70 GND - 100 VDD -
11 RA7 O 41 N/C - 71 OD14 0 101 CD7 I/O
12 RA6 O 42 N/C - 72 OD15 0 102 CD6 I/O
13 RA5 O 43 ALD1 I/O 73 GND - 103 GND -
14 RA4 O 44 ALD2 I/O 74 OFRDY I 104 CD5 I/O
15 GND - 45 ALD3 I/O 75 OSTRB# O 105 CD4 I/O
16 RA3 O 46 VDD - 76 ODACK# I 106 VDD -
17 RA2 O 47 ALD4 I/O 77 ODREQ O 107 CD3 I/O
18 RA1 O 48 ALD5 I/O 78 LSYNC O 108 CD2 I/O
19 RA0 O 49 ALD6 I/O 79 OBACK# I 109 GND -
20 VDD - 50 GND - 80 N/C - 110 GND -
21 RE1# O 51 ALD7 I/O 81 N/C - 111 CD1 I/O
22 RE0# O 52 OD0 O 82 N/C - 112 CD I/O
23 RAMWR# O 53 OD1 O 83 VDD - 113 RD# I
24 RAMOE# O 54 OD2 O 84 N/C - 114 WR# I
25 GND - 55 VDD - 85 N/C - 115 I/D I
26 GND - 56 OD3 O 86 N/C - 116 CS# I
27 RD7 I/O 57 OD4 O 87 N/C - 117 GND -
28 RD6 I/O 58 GND - 88 CD15 I/O 118 GND -
29 RD5 I/O 59 OD5 O 89 CD14 I/O 119 N/C -
30 RD4 I/O 60 OD6 O 90 GND - 120 N/C -

4-7
• Video Encoder Pin Assign 2/2
Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
121 N/C - 131 GND - 141 ID12 I 151 GND -
122 N/C - 132 IFRDY I 142 GND - 152 ID5 I
123 VDD - 133 ISTRB# O 143 ID11 I 153 ID4 I
124 DONE O 134 IN_OVR# I 144 ID10 I 154 ID3 I
125 INT# O 135 RESET# I 145 ID9 I 155 ID2 I
126 N/C - 136 CLK I 146 ID8 I 156 ID1 I
127 IBACK# I 137 TESTI I 147 VDD - 157 ID0 I
128 IDREQ O 138 ID15 I 148 ID7 I 158 VDD -
129 IDACK# I 139 ID14 I 149 ID6 I 159 N/C -
130 GND - 140 ID13 I 150 GND - 160 N/C -

4-8
• PLD (U8)
120 81

121 80

Pin160 41

Pin1 40
• PLD Pin Assign 1/2

Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
1 VCC - 31 GND - 61 VCC - 91 OD8 I/O
2 PULLUP I 32 SA22 I 62 IBACK O 92 OD9 I/O
3 PULLUP I 33 SYSCLK I 63 IDACK O 93 OD10 I/O
4 PULLUP I 34 SA28 I 64 ODREQ I 94 VCC -
5 PULLUP I 35 TIE I 65 OBACK O 95 OD11 I/O
6 PULLUP I 36 SA29 I 66 ODACK O 96 OD12 I/O
7 PULLUP I 37 SA30 I 67 SDLE O 97 OD13 I/O
8 PULLUP I 38 SA31 I 68 IDHOE O 98 OD14 I/O
9 PULLUP I 39 DMAA4 O 69 IDLOE O 99 GND -
10 VCC - 40 GND - 70 GND - 100 GND -
11 SD0 I/O 41 VCC GND 71 TDI I 101 OD15 I/O
12 SD1 I/O 42 WBE1 I 72 ISAOE O 102 ISAA0 I
13 SD2 I/O 43 CS_OPTIO I 73 TMS I 103 ISAA1 I
14 SD3 I/O 44 CS_OPTIO I 74 ISADIR O 104 ISAA2 I
15 SD4 I/O 45 CS_OPTIO I 75 TCK I 105 ISAA3 I
16 SD5 I/O 46 VCC - 76 ISAAEN I 106 ISAA4 I
17 SD6 I/O 47 WBE0 I 77 ISAIOR I 107 ISAA5 I
18 SD7 I/O 48 OE_B I 78 ISAIOW I 108 ISAA6 I
19 SD8 I/O 49 EXT_INT0 I 79 ISAIO16 O 109 ISAA7 I
20 GND - 50 XCVR_DIR I 80 GND - 110 GND -
21 SD9 I/O 51 GND - 81 VCC - 111 ISAA8 I
22 SD10 I/O 52 EXT_INT7 I 82 TIE I 112 ISAA9 I
23 SD11 I/O 53 DMAR0 O 83 OD0 I/O 113 ISADMAR O
24 SD12 I/O 54 DMAA0 I 84 OD1 I/O 114 ISADMAA I
25 SD13 I/O 55 DMAR5 O 85 OD2 I/O 115 ISAIRQ O
26 SD14 I/O 56 DMAA5 I 86 OD3 I/O 116 SW0 I
27 SD15 I/O 57 DMAR4 O 87 OD4 I/O 117 SW1 I
28 SA6 I 58 DMAA1 I 88 OD5 I/O 118 SW2 I
29 SA7 I 59 PM2CS O 89 OD6 I/O 119 SW3 I
30 SA15 I 60 IDREQ I 90 OD7 I/O 120 GND -

4-9
• PLD Pin Assign

Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O
121 VCC - 131 PD_SDA I/O 141 VCC - 151 CS1_NIC O
122 LED0 O 132 PD_SCL O 142 DIOR O 152 TIE I
123 LED1 O 133 BYTESWAP O 143 DIOW O 153 SEL_NIC_MEM O
124 LED2 O 134 BRDIN_NIC I 144 IDE_DMAR I 154 SEL_NIC_REG O
125 LED3 O 135 IDE_CS0 O 145 IDE_DMAA O 155 RW_NIC O
126 XICOR_CS O 136 TDO O 146 CS_1284 O 156 INT1_NIC I
127 GND - 137 GND - 147 EBDIR I 157 VCC -
128 XICOR_SI I 138 IDE_CS1 O 148 PDIR O 158 INT2_NIC I
129 XICOR_SCK O 139 NEL O 149 DTACK_2184 I 159 RST I
130 XICOR_OUT O 140 NEH O 150 WAIT_1284 O 160 GND -

4-10
1.1.3 Memory

U5 U6 U11
EEPROM
256Kb 4Kbit
SRAM x 2

Program ROM SIMM 8Mb Flash ROM

16Mb SDRAM x 8
U49 U50 U51 U52 U53 U54 U55 U56

SDRAM DIMM (Option) 32Mb

• Program ROM SIMM


8Mbyte Flash ROM
This memory houses the operating programs for printer functions and standard font data.

• SDRAM (U49~56)
8Mbyte x 8 units=16Mbyte SDRAM
This is controlled by Double Finger and is used as the main memory for the printer board.

• SRAM (U5, 6)
256Kbyte x 2=512Kbyte SRAM
This is used as a work memory for the Video Encoder.

• EEPROM (U11)
4Kbit EEPROM
This memory stores the setting details for the printer environment set by the user. This is a non-volatile memory in which
data can be written and deleted. The details saved in it are preserved even if the power of the machine is turned off.

• SDRAM DIMM (Option)


Optional 32Mbyte SDRAM
This is controlled by Double Finger and is used as the main memory for the printer board.

4-11
1.1.4 Interface

J1 Serial Interface (for debugging)

J5 Program ROM SIMM Interface

J7 Network Card Interface


J11 Engine Interface
(Solder Side)
Parallel Interface
J8

J10 SDRAM DIMM (Option) Interface

• Engine Interface (J11)


This is the ISA bus connector of the printer board to the machine.
• This connector is located on the back side of the printer board.

• Program ROM SIMM Interface (J5)


This is the connector of the Program ROM SIMM memory that stores operating programs.

• Network Card Interface (J7)


This is the connector of Network Interface Card, KR-7010, 7011, and 7012, for LAN connection.
The machine can be used as a network printer connecting LAN with the Network Interface Card.

• Parallel Interface (J8)


This is the connector of the Centronics interface cable for local (parallel) connection in conformity to IEEE-1284.

• SDRAM DIMM Interface (J10)


This is the connector of the optional printer memory, KR-7013.
The capacity of the printing performance is increased by installing the optional printer memory and printing will become
even more efficient.

• Serial Interface (J1)


This is the connector for debugging the printer board.

4-12
1.1.5 DIP Switch, LED

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
S1
DIP Switch

• DIP Switch (S1)


The 4 switches to setup whether Operating Serial outputting or not and formatting the NVRAM or not.

Setting Contents Injection


D1 D2 D3 D4

Serial Output ON Not used Not used

Format NVRAM Not used Not used ON

• Status Indicator LED (D1~D5)


The LED indicates the operating status of the printer board.
The 5 LED indicates the status by its light coming on or flashing.

• LED indicator at Start up

Operation Status LED


D1 D2 D3 D4 D5
Power ON O

Finish Primary Memory Test O O O

Load RAM O O O

Fail Load RAM O O

Start up OS O O O O O

Start Engine IF Formatting O O

Finish Engine IF Formatting O

O: Light ON : Flashing Blank: No Response

4-13
• LED indicator after Start up

LED OPERATION

D1 ISA Command Status


The LED blinks in 1 second intervals when the status polling is under way during idling.
The LED rapidly flashes when transmitting data to the machine.

D2 ISA Command DMA


The LED lights when transmitting the parameters of the commands.

D3 ISA Image DMA


The LED lights when transmitting image data.

D4 Receiving print data.


The LED lights when receiving the network, parallel, test printing, and ROM update data.

4-14
1.2 Network Interface Card

1.2.1 KR-7010

512Kbyte DRAM x 2
U400
1Mbyte
Flash ROM

U300

U600
J3
Printer
Board
Interface U900
8Kbyte
U100 EEPROM

CPU 10/100BASE-TX
Interface

U220 J2A
U6
Ethernet IC 10/100BASE-TX
TRANS

• CPU (U100)
33 MHz, 32-bit microcomputer
This is the main element for Network Interface Card and controls most of the printer actions.

• Ethernet IC (U220)
This controls the data communication with computers.
Communication is in LAN connection of 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX.

• 10/100BASE-TX TRANS (U12)


This operates the converting data of between Ethernet IC and LAN.

• EEPROM (U900)
8Kbyte EEPROM
This stores the setting details of the network environments. This is a fixed memory in which the data can be saved and
deleted. The details saved in it are preserved even if the power of the machine is turned off.

• Flash ROM (U400)


1Mbyte Flash ROM
This houses the operating programs for the Network Interface Card.

• DRAM (U300, 600)


512Kbyte x 2=1Mbyte DRAM
Work Memory for the CPU

• 10/100BASE-TX Interface (J2A)


This is the connector of LAN cable for 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX.

• Printer Board Interface (J3)


This is the connector connects the Network Interface Card to the printer board.

4-15
• Jumper Switch, LED

P.ACK
BYPASS
FACT

T.B.
ON
ON
DL1
TEST

CS1
DL2
JP2

OP1
OP6
OP2
OP3
OP4
OP5
OP7
CS2

are the factory default pin positions.

• Jumper Switch (OP2)


Jumper switch is to set up the operation settings of Network Interface Card.
• Setup the Jumper Switch

JUMPER OPERATION

OP2 Restore the default at NVRAM


• How to restore the default at NVRAM
1. Replace the OP2 jumper to the FACT side.
2. Turn ON the machine.
* When the power is turned ON, the Green LED indicator flashes 3 times, then the Green
and Amber LED indicators flashes alternately. This indicates the NVRAM restores the
default.
3. Turn OFF the machine.
4. Replace the OP2 jumper to default side.

* Do not replace any other jumpers (JP2, OP1, OP3~OP7) except OP2. It will not be operated normally if you make any
change in those jumpers.

4-16
• LED Status Indicator

The Network Interface Card has two LED status indicators: amber and green. The green LED (DL1) indicates the normal
operation such as the Network Interface Card is turned on. The amber LED (DL2) indicates job activity such as print job is
being communicated.

• The following table provides the conditions that these LEDs may indicate.

LED Patterns And the printer is... THEN THE NIC...


Green LED is ON solidly. First turned on. Is performing self-tests.
Awaiting print jobs. Is functioning properly.
Green LED - flashes 3 times Finished with self-tests. Prints out status report.
and stays on.
Green LED flashes rapidly. Performing self-tests. Detects bad RAM chip.
Amber LED flashes short for Performing flash memory self-tests. Did not pass the checksum test. Unit automatically goes
10 seconds. Amber LED goes into download mode and awaits flash update.
off and the Green LED flashes
continuously.
Green LED flashes slowly. Awaiting print jobs sometime after Some printer interface error.
power-on completes.
Green LED alternately flashes Finished with power-on sequence. Has been reset to factory defaults.
with amber indicator.

4-17
1.2.2 KR-7011

512Kbyte DRAM x 2
U400
1Mbyte
Flash ROM

U300

U600
J3
Printer
Board
Interface J1

10BASE-2
U3A Interface
U100
10BASE-2
TRANS
CPU 10BASE-T
Interface

J2A

U340A U350
U900
8Kbyte
Ethernet IC 10BASE-T
EEPROM
TRANS

• CPU (U100)
33 MHz, 32-bit microcomputer
This is the main element for Network Interface Card and controls most of the printer actions.

• Ethernet IC (U340A)
This controls the data communication with computers.
Communication is in LAN connection of 10BASE-T/2.

• 10BASE-T TRANS (U350)


This operates the converting of data between Ethernet IC and LAN (10BASE-T).

• 10BASE-2 TRANS (U3A)


This operates the converting of data between Ethernet IC and LAN (10BASE-2).

• EEPROM (U900)
8Kbyte EEPROM
This stores the setting details of the network environments. This is a non-volatile memory in which data can be written and
deleted. The details saved in it are preserved even if the power of the machine is turned off.

• Flash ROM (U400)


1Mbyte Flash ROM
This stores the operating programs for the Network Interface Card.

• DRAM (U300, 600)


512Kbyte x 2=1Mbyte DRAM
This is the Work Memory for the CPU.

4-18
• 10BASE-2 Interface (J1)
This is the connector of the LAN cable for 10BASE-2.

• 10BASE-T Interface (J2A)


This is the connector of the LAN cable for 10BASE-T.

• Printer Board Interface (J3)


This is the connector which connects the Network Interface Card to the printer board.

4-19
• Jumper Switch, LED

OP1 TEST
OP6 BYPASS
CUS OP2
P.W. OP3 DL1
CS1

S.R. OP4
OP5

OFF
DL2
JP2

OP7
CS2

JP3
AUTO MAN
JP4
10BT THIN

are the factory default pin positions.

• Jumper Switch (OP2, JP3, JP4)


Jumper switch is to set up the operation settings of Network Interface Card.
• Setup the Jumper Switch

JUMPER OPERATION

OP2 Restore the default at NVRAM


• How to restore the default at NVRAM
1. Replace the OP2 jumper to the blank side.
2. Turn ON the machine.
* When the power is turned ON, the Green LED indicator flashes 3 times, then the Green
and Amber LED indicators flashes alternately. This indicates the NVRAM restores the
default.
3. Turn OFF the machine.
4. Replace the OP2 jumper to CUS side.
JP3 Network Select Type
Set up whether the Ethernet Network type is automatically selected or not. The Network type is se-
lected automatically when the jumper is placed on AUTO side, and the Manual selecting is available
when the jumper is placed on MAN side.
* The manual selection type of Network type by JP4 jumper is available only when this jumper is
replaced on MAN side.
JP4 Manual selection of Network Type (only when JP3 is set for manual selection.)
Select the Network type preferred to be used.
Place the jumper on 10BT side to use 10BASE-T, and place it on THIN side to use 10BASE-2.

• Do not replace any other jumpers (JP2, OP1, OP3~OP7) except OP2, JP3 or JP4. It will not be operated normally if you
make any change in those jumpers.

4-20
• LED Status Indicator
The Network Interface Card has two LED status indicators: amber and green. The green LED (DL1) indicates the normal
operation such as the Network Interface Card is turned on. The amber LED (DL2) indicates job activity such as print job is
being communicated.

• The following table provides the conditions that these LEDs may indicate.

LED Patterns And the printer is... THEN THE NIC...


Green LED is ON solidly. First turned on. Is performing self-tests.
Awaiting print jobs. Is functioning properly.
Green LED - flashes 3 times Finished with self-tests. Prints out status report.
and stays on.
Green LED flashes rapidly. Performing self-tests. Detects bad RAM chip.
Amber LED flashes short for Performing flash memory self-tests. Did not pass the checksum test. Unit automatically goes
10 seconds. Amber LED goes into download mode and awaits flash update.
off and the Green LED flashes
continuously.
Green LED flashes slowly. Awaiting print jobs sometime after Some printer interface error.
power-on completes.
Green LED alternately flashes Finished with power-on sequence. Has been reset to factory defaults.
with amber indicator.

4-21
1.2.3 KR-7012

2Mbyte
DRAM U130
1Mbyte
U100

U300
Flash ROM
x2
J3 CPU
Printer U160
Board
Interface
U25A U8
8Kbyte U12
EEPROM PAL
Token Ring J13
D-sub 9- pin
32Kbyte U26A Female
SRAM x 2 Interface
(Solder Side) U310
512Kbyte U250
DRAM
U280 J12
Token Ring IC Token Ring Token Ring
U120 Filter RJ-45
Token Ring Interface
FPGA

• CPU (U100)
22 MHz, 16-bit microcomputer
This is the main element for the Network Interface Card, and this controls most of the printer actions.

• Token Ring IC (U250)


This controls the data communication with computers.
Communication is in LAN connection of Token Ring.

• Token Ring FPGA (U120)


This is to control the bus transmission.

• Token Ring Filter (U280)


This operates the converting of data between Token Ring IC and LAN.

• PAL (U12)
This has the memory interface.

• EEPROM (U8)
8Kbyte EEPROM
This stores the setting details of network environments. This is a non-volatile memory in which data can be written and
deleted. The details saved in it are preserved even if the power of the machine is turned off.

• Flash ROM (U130, 160)


1Mbyte Flash ROM
This houses the operating programs for the Network Interface Card.

• DRAM (U300)
2Mbyte DRAM
This is the Work Memory for the CPU.

4-22
• SRAM (U25A, 26A)
2Mbyte DRAM
This is used for the shared memory that consists of the controller and the interface.
• This is located on the back side of the Network Interface Card.

• Token Ring RJ-45 Interface (J12)


This is the connector of the LAN cable for the Token Ring, RJ-45.

• Token Ring D-sub Interface (J13)


This is the connector of the LAN cable for the Token Ring, D-sub 9 pin.

• Printer Board Interface (J3)


This is the connector to connect the Network Interface Card to the printer board.

4-23
• Jumper Switch, LED

JP2

CS2 CS1

SOURCE ROUTING
AUTO
DL2

16MB
DL1

JP3

JP4

CUST
WAIT

OFF
MAN
4MB
TEST

OP1
OP6
OP2
OP3
OP4
OP5
BYPASS
FACT
ACK
TB
are the factory default pin positions.

• Jumper Switch (OP2, JP3, JP4)


Jumper switch is to set up the operation settings of Network Interface Card.

JUMPER OPERATION

OP2 Restore the default at NVRAM


• How to restore the default at NVRAM
1. Replace the OP2 jumper to the FACT side.
2. Turn ON the machine.
* When the power is turned ON, the Green LED indicator flashes 3 times, then the Green
and Amber LED indicators flashes alternately. This indicates the NVRAM restores the
default.
3. Turn OFF the machine.
4. Replace the OP2 jumper to CUST side.
JP3 Network Select Type
Set up whether the Ethernet Network type is automatically selected or not. The Network type is se-
lected automatically when the jumper is placed on AUTO side, and the Manual selecting is available
when the jumper is placed on MAN side.
* The manual selection type of Network type by JP4 jumper is available only when this jumper is
replaced on MAN side.
JP4 Manual selection of Network Type (only when JP3 is set for manual selection.)
Select the Network type preferred to be used.
Place the jumper on 4MB side to use 4Mbps Token Ring, and place it on 16MB side to use 16Mbps
Token Ring.

* Do not replace any other jumpers (JP2, OP1, OP3~OP6) except OP2, JP3 or JP4. It will not be operated normally if you
make any change in those jumpers.

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• LED Status Indicator
The Network Interface Card has two LED status indicators: amber and green. The green LED (DL1) indicates the normal
operation such as the Network Interface Card is turned on. The amber LED (DL2) indicates job activity such as print job is
being communicated.

• The following table provides the conditions that these LEDs may indicate.

LED Patterns And the printer is... THEN THE NIC...


Green LED is ON solidly. First turned on. Is performing self-tests.
Awaiting print jobs. Is functioning properly.
Green LED - flashes 3 times Finished with self-tests. Prints out status report.
and stays on.
Green LED flashes rapidly. Performing self-tests. Detects bad RAM chip.
Amber LED flashes short for Performing flash memory self-tests. Did not pass the checksum test. Unit automatically goes
10 seconds. Amber LED goes into download mode and awaits flash update.
off and the Green LED flashes
continuously.
Green LED flashes slowly. Awaiting print jobs sometime after Some printer interface error.
power-on completes.
Green LED alternately flashes Finished with power-on sequence. Has been reset to factory defaults.
with amber indicator.

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Chapter 5 Interface Signal

1. Interface Signal............................................................... 5-1


1.1 Parallel Interface (J8: Computer ↔ Printer Board) ............. 5-2
1.2 Engine Interface (J11: Printer Board ↔ System Board).... 5-3
1.3 Network Card Interface (J7: Printer Board ↔ NIC) ............. 5-4
1.4 Program ROM SIMM Interface ................................................. 5-5
(J5: Printer Board ↔ Program ROM SIMM)
1.5 SDRAM DIMM Interface ........................................................... 5-6
(J10: Printer Board ↔ SDRAM DIMM)
1. Interface Signal
The Interface signals between each board are described in this chapter.

The communicating direction is abbreviated to the following characters.


C: Computer N: Network Interface Card
S: System Board PR: Program ROM SIMM
P: Printer Board OR: SDRAM DIMM (OPTION)

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1.1 Parallel Interface (J8: Computer ↔ Printer Board)

Pin No. Signal Name Direction Note


Compatible Nibble ECP

1 nStrobe HostClk HostClk C → P Data Strobe signal (Compatible)


Host clock signal (Nibble)
Host clock signal (ECP)
2-9 Data1-8 C ↔ P Parallel data signal (Compatible)
Not used (Nibble)
Parallel data signal (ECP)
10 nAck PtrClk PeriphClk C P Acknowledge signal (Compatible)
Peripheral clock signal (Nibble)
Peripheral clock signal (ECP)
11 Busy PtrBusy PeriphAck C P Busy signal (Compatible)
Busy-Data bit 1-Data bit 5 (Nibble)
Acknowledge/Commnad signal (ECP)
12 PError AckDataReq nAckReverse C P Paper error signal (Compatible)
Data request-Data bit 2-Data bit 6 (Nibble)
Reverse transfer acknowledge signal (ECP)
13 Select Xflag Xflag C P Online signal (Compatible)
Data bit 1-Data bit 5 (Nibble)
ECP mode signal (ECP)
14 nAutoFd HostBusy HostAck C → P Auto line feed signal (Compatible)
Busy signal (Nibble)
Command/Acknowledge signal (ECP)
15 Not used
16 Logic GND - Connect to GND
17 Frame GND - Connect to Frame GND
18 Peripheral Logic High - Connect to +5V power
19-30 GND - GND
31 nInit nInit nReverse C → P Initialize signal (Compatible)
Request Always high (Nibble)
Reverse transfer request signal (ECP)
32 nFault nDataAvail nPeriph C P Error signal (Compatible)
Request Data ready-Data bit 0-Data bit 4 (Nibble)
Request signal (ECP)
33-35 Not used
36 NSelectln IEEE1284 IEEE 1284 C → P Select signal (Compatible)
active active 1284 mode signal (Nibble)
1284 mode signal (ECP)

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1.2 Engine Interface (J11: Printer Board ↔ System Board)
Pin No. Signal Name Direction Note
1 GND - GND
2-9 D7-0 P → S Data signal
10 IORDY - Not connected
11 GND - GND
12 AEN P S Address enable signal
13 BHE P S Bus hold enable signal
14-23 Not used
24-27 A9-6 P S Address signal
28 GND - GND
29-34 A5-0 P → S Address signal
35-38 Not used
39 +5V - +5V power
40-41 GND - GND
42-49 D15-8 P → S Data signal
50 GND - GND
51-55 +5V - +5V power
56 RST P S Reset signal
57 GND - GND
58 Not used
59 GND - GND
60 IOW P S I/O write signal
61 IOR P S I/O read signal
62 GND - GND
63 IRQ P → S Interrupt request signal
64 DACK P S DMA request acknowledge signal
65 DREQ P → S DMA request signal
66 GND - GND
67-69 +3.3V - +3.3V power
70 Not used
71 +3.3V - +3.3V power
72-73 Not used
74 I016 P → S 16-bit I/O cycle signal
75-79 Not used
80 GND - GND

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1.3 Network Card Interface (J7: Printer Board ↔ NIC)
Pin No. Signal Name Direction Note
A1-3 VCC - VCC (+5V) Power
A4 -CSP2 P → N Card select signal (Not used)
A5-7 D15-13 P ↔ N Data signal
A8 GND - GND
A9-11 D12-10 P ↔ N Data signal
A12 GND - GND
A13-14 D9-8 P ↔ N Data signal
A15 -INTPRT1 P N Interrupt signal
A16 GND - GND
A17-19 A3-1 P → N Address signal
A20 Not used
A21 A0 P → N Address signal
A22-23 D7-6 P ↔ N Data signal
A24 A15 P → N Address signal
A25 D5 P ↔ N Data signal
A26 A14 P → N Address signal
A27 D4 P ↔ N Data signal
A28 A13 P → N Address signal
A29 D3 P ↔ N Data signal
A30 A12 P → N Address signal
B1 D2 P ↔ N Data signal
B2 A11 P → N Address signal
B3 D1 P ↔ N Data signal
B4 A10 P → N Address signal
B5 D0 P ↔ N Data signal
B6-8 A9,4,8 P → N Address signal
B9 -RESET P → N Reset signal
B10 A7 P → N Address signal
B11 -WAIT P N Wait signal
B12 A6 P → N Address signal
B13 -CSP1 P → N Card select signal
B14 A5 P → N Address signal
B15 Not used
B16 Not used
B17 -RW P → N Read/Write select signal
B18 GND - GND
B19 A16 P → N Address signal
B20-21 Not used
B22 GND - GND
B23-24 Not used
B25 -INTPRT2 P N Interrupt signal
B26 GND - GND
B27 -BRDIN P N Card detect signal
B28-30 VCC - VCC (+5V) Power

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1.4 Program ROM SIMM Interface
(J5: Printer Board ↔ Program ROM SIMM)
Pin No. Signal Name Direction Note
1 GND - GND
2-9 D0, 16, 1, 17, 2, 18, 3, 19 P ↔ PR Data signal
10 +5V - +5V power
11-19 A8, 9, 10, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 P → PR Address signal
20-27 D4, 20, 5, 21, 6, 22, 7, 23 P ↔ PR Data signal
28-29 A5, 12 P → PR Address signal
30 +5V - +5V power
31-32 A6-7 P → PR Address signal
33-38 Not used
39 GND - GND
40 -0E P → PR Read data signal
41 A18 P → PR Address signal
42-43 Not used
44-45 -CS1-0 P → PR Chip select signal
46-48 A13-15 P → PR Address signal
49-58 D8, 24, 9, 25, 10, 26, 11, 27, 12, 28 P ↔ PR Data signal
59 +5V - +5V power
60-65 D29, 13, 30, 14, 31, 15 P ↔ PR Data signal
66 A16 P → PR Address signal
67 -WE P → PR Write data signal
68-71 A21, 20, 19, 17 P → PR Address signal
72 GND - GND

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1.5 SDRAM DIMM Interface
(J10: Printer Board ↔ SDRAM DIMM)
Pin No. Signal Name Direction Note
1 GND - GND
2-5 DQ0-3 P ↔ OR Data signal
6 +3.3V - +3.3V power
7-11 DQ4-8 P ↔ OR Data signal
12 GND - GND
13-17 DQ9-13 P ↔ OR Data signal
18 +3.3V - +3.3V power
19-20 DQ14-15 P ↔ OR Data signal
21-22 Not used
23 GND - GND
24-25 Not used
26 +3.3V - +3.3V power
27 -WE P → OR Write enable signal
28-29 DQM0-1 P → OR Data input/output mask signal
30 -CS0 P → OR Chip select signal
31 Not used
32 GND - GND
33-39 A0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 P → OR Address bus
40-41 +3.3V - +3.3V power
42 CLK0 P → OR 50MHz clock
43 GND - GND
44 Not used
45 -CS2 P → OR Chip select signal
46-47 DQM2-3 P → OR Data input/output mask signal
48 Not used
49 +3.3V - +3.3V power
50-53 Not used
54 GND - GND
55-58 DQ16-19 P ↔ OR Data signal
59 +3.3V - +3.3V power
60 DQ20 P ↔ OR Data signal
61-62 Not used
63 CKE1 P → OR Clock enable signal
64 GND - GND
65-67 DQ21-23 P ↔ OR Data signal
68 GND - GND
69-72 DQ24-27 P ↔ OR Data signal
73 +3.3V - +3.3V power
74-77 DQ28-31 P ↔ OR Data signal
78 GND - GND
79 CLK2 P → OR 50MHz clock
80-81 Not used
82 SDA P ↔ OR Serial input/output signal
83 SCL P → OR Serial clock

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Pin No. Signal Name Direction Note
84 +3.3V - +3.3V power
85 GND - GND
86-89 DQ32-35 P ↔ OR Data signal
90 +3.3V - +3.3V power
91-95 DQ36-40 P ↔ OR Data signal
96 GND - GND
97-101 DQ41-45 P ↔ OR Data signal
102 +3.3V - +3.3V power
103-104 DQ46-47 P ↔ OR Data signal
105-106 Not used
107 GND - GND
108-109 Not used
110 +3.3V - +3.3V power
111 -CAS P → OR Column address select signal
112-113 DQM4-5 P ↔ OR Data input/output mask signal
114 Not used
115 -RAS P → OR Row address select signal
116 GND - GND
117-121 A1, 3, 5, 7, 9 P → OR Address signal
122 BA0 P → OR Address signal
123 Not used
124 +3.3V - +3.3V power
125 CLK1 P → OR 50MHz clock
126 Not used
127 GND - GND
128 CKE0 P → OR Clock enable signal
129 Not used
130-131 DQM6-7 P → OR Data input/output mask signal
132 Not used
133 +3.3V - +3.3V power
134-137 Not used
138 GND - GND
139-142 DQ48-51 P ↔ OR Data signal
143 +3.3V - +3.3V power
144 DQ52 P ↔ OR Data signal
145-147 Not used
148 GND - GND
149-151 DQ53-55 P ↔ OR Data signal
152 GND - GND
153-156 DQ56-59 P ↔ OR Data signal
157 +3.3V - +3.3V power
158-161 DQ60-63 P ↔ OR Data signal
162 GND - GND
163 CLK3 P → OR 50MHz clock
164 Not used
165-167 SA0-2 P → OR Connect to GND
168 +3.3V - +3.3V power

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Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
1. Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting for Network Interface Card


Use the checklists to identify and solve problems.

Troubleshooting Item Identification and Solution


Troubleshooting Network Be sure that the Network Interface Card has properly selected the connector type that you are using.
Hardware Connections The connector type is listed on the status/confirmation report.
Troubleshooting NetWare It is recommended you use Top Access to get the NetWare setup and parameter values. If you have
Protocol not resolved the problem after running Top Access, see the checklists below.
NetWare Checklist Is the print server name entered correctly?
Did you assign print queues to the printer? Assign each print queue to only
one Network Interface Card-connected printer.
Did you assign the printer to the type “Remote Other/Unknown”? If the
PCONSOLE settings are correct, the connection between the printer and
network may have been broken. Turn the printer off and, using PCONSOLE,
wait for the status message “Not Connected.” Turn the printer on and the
status should change to “Waiting for Job.”
File Server Checklist Is there enough disk space on the file server and is it running?
Is the correct file server associated with the printer? Use PCONSOLE to
check this.
Did you have the proper rights to configure the printer?
Run a NetWare utility such as COMCHECK from any network workstation to
check this. (Refer to NetWare’s manual about NetWare utility.)
Are there enough user positions on the File Server? The Print Server func-
tion logs on as a user.
Workstation Checklist Is the network loaded onto the workstation? See the NetWare’s manual.
Is the printing setup applied to the printer? For instance, verify the use of
the correct driver.
Is the workstation connected to the correct print queue?
Print a file and verify that the file goes to the queue.
Are the print queues assigned to the Network Interface Card-connected printer
also assigned to another network printer? If they are, the print jobs may be
going to that printer.
Does the print job become active and the print-out exit when a sample print
job is entered directly into an assigned queue from PCONSOLE.
Is AUTO ENDCAP enabled? Auto Endcap lets you send data to a network
printer. Use PRINTCON to check. If not, enable it. (Refer to NetWare’s
manual about NetWare utility.)
Network The printer may not be assigned to the correct print queues.
Interface Card Use PCONSOLE to direct print jobs to the correct queues, then check to
Configuration see if the print job is in the queue.
Checklist
If devices were added or changed, use PCONSOLE to make sure you con-
figured the new devices correctly.
Make sure the Network Interface Card’s name has been entered correctly.
If you changed the name in Top Access, you must also change the name in
PCONSOLE before you can print.
Use PCONSOLE to check the Printer Status. Make sure it is not stopped or
paused.
You cannot use PCONSOLE Version 1.0 to configure the Network Interface
Card. Contact Novell for an upgrade.

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Checklists Continued.

Troubleshooting Item Identification and Solution


Printer Server/ The Network Interface Card cannot log into the File server, or cannot ser-
File Server/ vice jobs from a File Server.
Printer Checklist The Print Server name is listed on that File Server, or cannot service jobs
from a File Server.
The password assigned to the Network Interface Card through PCONSOLE
matches the password assigned through Top Access. Use Top Access to
update the password stored in the network Print Server’s memory.
The print job is in the print queue and waiting to be printed.
Use PCONSOLE to check if the print jobs are being sent to the printer.
Workstation to Print a file from the workstation and make sure the print job gets to the print
Network queue using PCONSOLE. If the print job does get to the queue, the prob-
Interface Card lem is not with the workstation/print server connection.
Connection Checklist Use CAPTURE to send data to the printer from a workstation software appli-
cation. See your NetWare printer service the job. To do this, disable the
other printer until you can verify the Network Interface Card-connected
printer setup. (Refer to NetWare’s manual about NetWare utility.)
Network If the Network Interface Card loses its connection to the file server, it can
Interface Card take approximately 5 to 10 minutes to reconnect. If the connection is not
Loses Its File made after a reasonable amount of time, check the error conditions in order
Server Connection to diagnose and treat the problem.
Unable to Print from a The Network Interface Card does not support printing from a context differ-
Different Context ent from that you are installed upon. If you want to do this, you must create
an alias queue. See your NetWare’s manual for more information.

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