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AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide

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AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide

USER’S GUIDE AXIS 540+/AXIS 560| R1.0| Part nr: 21376 |Copyright © Axis Communications 2004

AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Regulatory Information 3 Hardware Inventory 5 Quick Overview 6 Physical Description 7 Connect the Hardware 8 Assign an IP address 9 Automatic IP address assignment 9 Manual IP address assignment 9 Verify access to the print server’s web pages 12 Make Network Printers available for printing 13 Install Printers in Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 and NT 13 Install Printers in Windows 98 and Windows Me 18 Install Printers in UNIX/Linux 20 Install Printers in Mac OS X 22 Print Server Management and Configuration 24 Web-based Print Server Management 25 Managing multiple print servers with AXIS ThinWizard software 26 Using the Test Button 27 Technical Specifications 28

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Regulatory Information
Safety Notices: take some time to read through the safety notices before installing the print server. Please observe all safety markings and instructions when using this product. Observe “Important:” in the text to avoid operational impairment. Do not proceed until you have fully understood the implications. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) USA This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - reorient or relocate the receiving antenna - increase the separation between the equipment and receiver - connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected - consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Shielded (STP) network cables must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the class B limits. Europe This digital equipment fulfils the requirements for radiated emission according to limit B of EN55022, and the requirements for immunity according to EN55024 residential, commercial, and light industry. Compliance is not valid for unshielded network cables. Japan This is a class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference from Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according to the instruction manual. Compliance is not valid for unshielded network cables. Australia This electronic device meets the requirements of the Radio communications (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Standard 1998 AS/NZS 3548. Compliance is not valid for unshielded network cables. Liability: Every care has been taken in the preparation of this manual; if you detect any inaccuracies or omissions, please inform your local Axis office, which can be found on the cover of this document. Axis Communications AB cannot be held responsible for any technical or typographical errors and reserves the right to make changes to the product and manuals without prior notice. Axis Communications AB makes no warranty of any kind with regard to the material contained within this document, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Axis Communications AB shall not be liable nor responsible for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this material. Axis’ Trademarks: AXIS IP JumpStarter, AXIS ThinWizard, axinstall, AXIS Print Monitor. Other Trademark Acknowledgments: Adobe Acrobat Reader, Aix, Apple, ARP, BOOTP, Debian, Ethernet, EtherTalk, IBM, LAN Manager, LAN Server, Macintosh, Microsoft, Novell NetWare, OS/2, OS/400, AS/400, Red Hat, Solaris, SuSe, UNIX/Linux, Windows, are registered trademarks of the respective holders. Support Services: should you require technical assistance, please contact your Axis dealer. If your questions cannot be answered immediately, your Axis dealer will forward your queries through the appropriate channels to ensure you a rapid response. On the Internet you can find on-line manuals, technical support, software updates, application software, corporate information, etc. Patent information: Axis AB has intellectual property rights relating to technology embodied in the product that is described in this document. In particular, and without limitation, these intellectual property rights may include one or more of the patents listed at http://www.axis.com/patent.htm and one or more additional patents or pending patent applications in the US and other countries.

USER’S GUIDE AXIS 540+/AXIS 560| R1.0| Part nr: 21376 |Copyright © Axis Communications 2004

To reload the default parameters. Windows 2000. . Windows XP. See Using the Test Button on page 27 for instructions. See the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Manual. you can perform a Factory Default. Windows Server 2003 • Mac OS X • UNIX/Linux Note: Installation instructions in this book cover the above operating systems over TCP/IP.4 Before You Start AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide This guide applies to the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 with firmware version 6. located on www.com for installation instructions regarding • • • Windows over NetBIOS/NetBEUI NetWare over IPX/SPX and TCP/IP MacOS over Appletalk The instructions in this guide describe settings found in a new and unconfigured AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 with firmware version 6.axis. The following operating systems are covered in this guide: • Windows 98. Windows Me. Windows NT. which will restore all settings to their default values.48 and higher.48 and higher.

All packing materials are recyclable. To determine which version you have.0 and higher PS-H Korea UK USA / Japan Media CD Printed Material Title AXIS Network Product CD AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide Optional accessories (not included in Description package) Parallel Printer Cable for AXIS 560 Cables Part Number 13360 Centronics to Mini Centronics Cable for 16453 AXIS 540+ Parallel Printer Cable for AXIS 540+ 13522 .0053-xxx-02 version 1 .AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 5 Hardware Inventory Unpack and check all the items using the following check list.3 and up rev 1.0058-xxx-01 AXIS 560 version 2 . Contact your dealer if anything is missing or damaged. please check the product number located on the label on the print server: AXIS 540+ version 2 . Hardware Axis Print Server Model AXIS 560 AXIS 540+ Part number 0053-xxx-02 0058-xxx-02 Power Adapter PS-H PS-H There are different versions of this product depending on the hardware platform.0058-xxx-02 version 1 .0053-xxx-01 Power Adapter Model Australia Europe PS-H Part No. 19111 19108 19112 19109 19110 Part Number rev 1.

the print server must be configured with an IP address. See “Web-based Print Server Management” on page 25. Before you can use the embedded web server.6 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide Quick Overview Print Server Installation Follow these steps in order to get your Axis print server up and running: 1. * Firmware is internal print server software that determines its functionality. Axis Network Print Server Internal web page Upgrading the Print Server’s Firmware The print server’s firmware* is stored in its Flash memory. Make Network Printers available for printing. page 26. information and management pages for the print server and the connected printer.axis. 8 2. 9 3. Assign an IP address. New firmware can simply be loaded into the print server via ftp or AXIS ThinWizard software.com or your local dealer. which is why you can install firmware updates in your print server as they become available. You can obtain all print server firmware free of charge from www. Connect the Hardware. . 13 Web-based Print Server Management All Axis print servers contain an embedded web server that can be accessed with a standard web browser. The embedded web server provides access to configuration. Flash memory allows data to be erased and re-written.

g. e.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 7 Physical Description AXIS 540+ Ethernet connector Power Adapter connector Parallel printer port (LPT1) Network indicator Power indicator Test button AXIS 560 Power Network Indicator indicator Serial printer port (COM1) Parallel printer port (LPT1) Parallel printer port (LPT2) Ethernet connector Power Adapter connector Test button Backside label of print server Serial number same as MAC/Ethernet address. 00408c181cf0 = 00-40-8c-18-1c-f0 (Windows) 00:40:8c:18:1c:f0 (Unix/Mac) .

4.8 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 1. Connect the print server directly to the printer’s printer port or use a printer cable. firmware number. A test page will be printed on the connected printer — keep it handy during the installation. found on the underside label of the print server. Connect the Power Adapter to the print server. MAC address. 6. Connect the Hardware 1. Print server’s IP address Test page . Make sure that the printer is switched off and that the Power Adapter is disconnected from the print server. etc. Switch on the printer and make sure it is ready for use. The test page will show the print server’s IP address. Connect the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 to your network (Ethernet Connector). using a twisted pair RJ45 category 5 cable. Wait 1 minute and press the test button once. 2. The Network Indicator will start flashing when the print server is correctly connected to the network. 5. 7. and write it down. Example: S/N: 00408c181cf0 3. Locate the serial number.

Assign an IP address 2. choose one of these methods: • AXIS IP JumpStarter . Recommended for large organizations and enterprise networks. Auto-IP). Recommended for small offices and local networks.use this alternative method to set the IP address for each print server individually. your print server will obtain an IP address automatically when you connect it to the network. Refer to Alternative method for setting the IP address manually: ARP/Ping on page 11 for instructions. go to Verify access to the print server’s web pages.1 Automatic IP address assignment If you are working in a network with automatic IP address assignment (e. You will find the print server’s IP address on the test page you printed out on page 8.Axis software that locates print servers on your network and allows you to assign an IP address to them. on page 12 2. on page 26 .AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 9 2. • ARP/Ping .2 Manual IP address assignment If you wish to set the IP address manually. • AXIS ThinWizard for Windows 2000. Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Refer to Set the IP address manually using AXIS IP JumpStarter software on page 10 for instructions.g. DHCP. AXIS ThinWizard is Axis software that assists in setting the IP address of several print servers. RARP. BOOTP. Refer to Managing multiple print servers with AXIS ThinWizard software.

4. Click here to access the print server’s internal web pages.1 Set the IP address manually using AXIS IP JumpStarter software AXIS IP JumpStarter software is used for locating print servers on your LAN and assigning IP addresses to them. Click OK to save your settings. refer to the AXIS IP JumpStarter online help files! .com 2. Enter the server root password (by default set to pass). 6. The AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 will appear in the list with the assigned IP address. Click the radio button that corresponds to your choice of IP setting method.axis. 1. 5. From the Server menu. 8. 3. select Set IP Address. highlight the print server in the list and select Server Home Page from the Server menu. 7. Select a print server from the serial number list in the IP JumpStarter dialog window. You must define the Subnet Mask and Default Gateway when assigning a static IP address. To verify that you have access to the print server’s web pages. and click OK.10 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 2. The serial number of the print server is displayed on the printed label on its backside and on the printed test page. Install AXIS IP JumpStarter.2. Note: If your print server does not appear in the serial number list. It is available free of charge on www.

168.168.191 2.Enabled) must first be set to No! UNIX/Linux.168. The host will return reply from 192. 3.168.168. Next. log in to the print server’s web pages (page 12) and define the Default Router and Subnet Mask of your network: choose Admin | Network Settings | Detailed View | TCP/IP.168. Use the command man arp to get a list of arp commands in UNIX/Linux.. When you execute the ping command for the first time. Enter the Ethernet Address in the same format as in the examples above.Enabled) must first be set to No! Notes: • • • • • The Ethernet Address/MAC address is the same as the serial number.3. you may experience a significantly longer response time than usual..191 00:40:8c:18:1c:f0 temp ping 192.191 is alive. found on the print server’s underside label. Setting the IP address with arp and ping is only possible during the first ten minutes after re-booting the print server.191 00-40-8c-18-1c-f0 ping 192. Mac OS X 1.3. Auto-IP.2.. Re-boot the print server by disconnecting and then re-connecting its power supply. arp -s <IP address> <Ethernet address> 2. 2.3.3. This indicates that the address has been set and that communication is established.191. log in to the print server’s web pages (page 12) and define the Default Router and Subnet Mask of your network: choose Admin | Network Settings | Detailed View | TCP/IP.191 2. or a similar message. The host will return 192. BOOTP and RARP (. Syntax arp -s <IP address> <Ethernet address> temp ping <IP address> Example arp -s 192. Open a Command Prompt and enter the following commands: Syntax 1.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 11 2. Auto-IP.3.. DHCP.3. ping <IP address> Example arp -s 192. DHCP. Next. This indicates that the IP address has been set and that communication is established.2 Alternative method for setting the IP address manually: ARP/Ping Refer to the appropriate section below to assign an IP address to your AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 using ARP/Ping: Windows 1. . 3. You need root privileges on your UNIX/Linux and Mac system in order to execute the arp command (refer to the User’s Manual for more information). Open a Terminal window and enter the following commands: 1. BOOTP and RARP (. or a similar message.

Internet Explorer. 3. In the web browser’s Location/Address field. Netscape). . on page 25 for more information on the print server’s internal web pages.g. enter the print server’s IP address (displayed on the test page or manually configured) and press Enter. 2.3 Verify access to the print server’s web pages Follow these instructions to verify that the IP address has been set and that you can access the print server’s web pages: 1. Proceed to Make Network Printers available for printing. Open a web browser (e. If the Network Print Server page appears in your web browser. See Web-based Print Server Management. on page 13.12 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 2. the IP address has been set correctly. Note: Use a web browser with JavaScript support.

see the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Manual on www. on page 20 Note: For printing from other platforms and protocols. Click Next.com 3. Click Next. select Local Printer attached to this computer. Make sure the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer check box is not checked. In the wizard.1 Install Printers in Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 and NT Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 1. on page 18 Install Printers in Mac OS X.axis. Click Next. proceed with making your network printer available for printing: Install Printers in Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 and NT. Make Network Printers available for printing When you have assigned an IP address to your AXIS 540+/AXIS 560. on page 22 Install Printers in UNIX/Linux.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 13 3. Windows 2000: Go to Start | Settings | Printers and click the Add Printer icon to start the Add Printer Wizard. on page 13 Install Printers in Windows 98 and Windows Me. 2. . Windows XP/Windows Server 2003: Go to Start | Printers and Faxes and click the Add a Printer icon to start the Add Printer Wizard.

168.3.3. Click Next. Optionally. add the port you want to use as a suffix: _LPT1.191) The Port Name field will be filled in automatically when you enter the IP address.168.191_LPT1) Click Next. Click Next and the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard starts. Enter the IP address of the print server in the Printer Name or IP Address field (Example: 192. _LPT2 or _COM1 (Example: 192. Optional: Add _Port as a suffix .14 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 3. Click the Create a new port radio button and select Standard TCP/IP Port from the list. 4.

In the Additional Port Information Required window. you will be asked whether to keep it or replace it.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 5. Click Next then Finish. Click Next. . LPT1. If you already have the printer’s driver installed. Click Next. Supply a name for the printer and choose whether you want to make it your default printer. 7. Select Manufacturer and Printer from the driver list. select the Device Port you want to use. 15 6. Click Next. LPT2 or COM1.

16 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 8. etc. Print a test page to verify your installation. Choose whether you want to share the printer with other network users. Select the appropriate radio button and click Next and Finish. 9. . You have now completed the installation. print a test page.

delivered with the Windows NT4 OS. Click OK and then Close. If it doesn’t appear in the list. choose the appropriate printer port. . Click Next. Go to Start | Settings | Printers | Add Printer. From the Available Ports list. Choose LPR Port from Available Printer Ports and click New Port. 2. Select My Computer and click Next. Type the print server’s IP address (or host name) in the field Name or address of server providing lpd (IP address example: 192. which will appear as the IP address or host name of the print server.168. 5.3. choose a driver and finish the installation as usual. Enter which port to use in the field Name of printer or print queue on that server (Example: LPT1). install the Windows TCP/IP Printing Service. click Add Port.191). Tip: If the LPR Port doesn’t appear. 3. The added print server will now appear in the Available Ports list.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide Install Printers in Windows NT 4: 17 1. 4.

14.6 if your printer does not feature in the model list. 13. 1. Click the Details tab within the Properties page and then click Add Port to display the available monitors. Click the Have Disk. Right-click the printer object and select Properties. button. 11. The printer you have defined will now be displayed in the Printers Folder. Select LPR (TCP/IP) as your choice of protocol and click OK. 5.2 Install Printers in Windows 98 and Windows Me AXIS Print Monitor is the recommended tool to use for network printing in Windows 98 and Windows Me. You must select Local Printer as the print server emulates a local printer port. highlight your selection. 4. Choose the appropriate print driver for your printer. click Next and proceed directly to step 7. Note: AXIS Print Monitor must be installed on all printing clients. If you already have the printer’s driver installed. 3. . Next. Click the radio button “other”. After clicking Next in the first dialog. do not order a Test Page to be written. Insert the printer driver diskette/CD into the appropriate disk drive of your computer. Install AXIS PrintMonitor on all workstations that will print via the Axis print server..com 2. Select AXIS Port and then click OK.axis. just click Finish. Click Next. the Wizard asks you to select between Local Printer and Network Printer. 9. you will be asked whether to keep it or to replace it. Follow the instructions below to use the standard Windows method (TCP/IP over LPR) with AXIS Print Monitor. Select the type of printer you want to install from the diskette/CD and click Next. 7. 10. AXIS PrintMonitor is available free of charge on www. 12. Click Next.18 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 3. 6. Select the Printers@TCP/IP Port and click Next. In the next window. It is only necessary to perform steps 5. 8. If the desired print driver already appears within the displayed Manufacturers and printers lists. start the Windows Add Printer Wizard: select Settings | Printers from the Start menu and double-click the Add Printer icon. Enter an appropriate name for your printer and choose whether you want it to be the default printer..

. refer to the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Manual on www. 17. you are advised to use the print driver provided with the printer.168. This assures you of the latest driver software.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 15. Select File | Properties | Details and click Port Settings.axis. Click Apply and OK. Enter the IP address or host name of your print server (Example: 192. The TCP/IP port will then be added automatically to the list of available ports. Define the frequency at which the error messages should be displayed after retry. You may now configure the port. 2. Select Settings | Printers from the Start menu and highlight the printer you wish to configure.191) In the Logical Printer Name field. LPT1. as described below.3. Click OK. enter the port you wish to use.com Proceed to Print Server Management and Configuration on page 24 for information on supported management and configuration tools. Click OK. 16. Note: Even if the desired printer is available in the Manufacturers and Printers lists. LPT2 or COM1. The Axis Printer Port is now installed. If you need additional information. 19 Configure the Port (optional): 1. Choose whether error condition pop-up messages are to be displayed by checking the box in the Configure AXIS Ports dialog.

Type the command printtool in a Terminal window to start the graphical version. . From the Desktop.3 Install Printers in UNIX/Linux The following printing tools are recommended for lpd printer configuration: Operating system AIX Debian HP UX Recommended printing tool SMIT printtool Sam Instructions Type the command smit in a Terminal window. select YaST2 | In Yast Control Center | Hardware | Edit Printers Red Hat printconf Solaris 9 SuSE Printer Administrator YaST2 AXIS axinstall script The axinstall script is an installation and management utility for Axis print servers that supports lpd. log in as root and type the command /usr/sbin/printconf-tui from a shell prompt. Enter root as the default user id and pass as the default Administrator password. or perform a manual integration. ftp. . Follow these instructions to download axinstall to your host: 1. Type the command /usr/sadm/admin/bin/printmgr in a Terminal window.Type the command printconf-gui in a Terminal window to start the graphical version. then click Print Spooling. If you want to integrate your AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 into your host spooler. PROS A and PROS B print methods. For more advanced printing functionality.20 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 3. Type the command sam in a Terminal window. use the PROS filter or named pipe methods. . you can use the Axis installation script axinstall. click Printers and Plotters and then click Actions and Add_Remote Printer/Plotter. With this installation script. Open a Terminal window and log in to the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 by typing: ftp <IP address> or ftp <host name> 2. the printer connected to the print server will appear as though it is directly connected to the host print spooler.For a text-based application where the X Window System isn’t installed.

AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 3. named pipe (PROS A) and filter (PROS B).axis. sh axinstall (or sh . It comes in two versions. Enter the following command to download the axinstall script (make sure you use the ASCII transfer mode): get axinstall 4. Exit from the ftp program and enter the following command to install the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 using the axinstall script.com Proceed to Print Server Management and Configuration on page 24 for information on supported management and configuration tools. Follow the instructions that appear when the script has started./axinstall depending on your system) Note: • • • LPRng is not supported by axinstall You need root privileges on your UNIX/Linux in order to run axinstall PROS is a protocol developed by Axis Communications. . please refer to the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Manual which is available on www. 21 If you need additional instructions.

select AppleTalk.. Example: AXIS181cf0_LPT1 Select the print server port you want to use. You can also browse for a printer driver on your computer or network by selecting Other. Click Add to complete the installation. select Generic. 5. 6. from the list.. Select Printers | Add Printer. From the Printer List dialog.. .axis. If it is not available in the list.com 1.axis. Select an appropriate printer driver for your printer from the Printer Model drop-down list.com Proceed to Print Server Management and Configuration on page 24 for information on supported management and configuration tools.22 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 3. If you need additional instructions.4 Install Printers in Mac OS X This section describes setting up your AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 for printing in the Macintosh environment (Mac OS X). Each port is shown as <host name>_<port>. Start Print Center (from Go | Applications | Utilities | Print Center) 2. AppleTalk Printing (MacOSX) Note: For installation on an older Mac OS. the port (or ports) of your AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 will appear in the list of available printers. 3. please refer to the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Manual on www.. refer to the User’s Manual on www. 4. Now.

In the Printer’s Address field. Making sure the Use default queue on server checkbox is unchecked.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide IP Printing (MacOSX) 1. LPT2 or COM1 in the Queue name field: 23 6. From the Printer Model drop-down list. If you need additional instructions. 4. 7.axis. please refer to the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Manual on www. Click Add in the Printer List. select the printer manufacturer and model. and enter LPT1.com Proceed to Print Server Management and Configuration on page 24 for information on supported management and configuration tools. From the Apple menu. Your newly added printer will appear in the Printer List as the default printer (bold). Test the installation by printing a test page. select Go | Applications | Utilities and start the Print Center. Click Add. 5. enter the print server’s IP address or DNS name. Select IP Printing from the top drop-down menu. 3. 2. .

Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 compatible.0 is Windows 2000.24 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 4. Novell Utilities NetBIOS/NetBEUI AXIS NetPilot * Described in this guide. Telnet IPX/SPX AXIS NetPilot. FTP. AXIS ThinWizard**. See the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Manual for all other protocols. . ** AXIS ThinWizard 3. Protocol Operating System Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 UNIX/Linux Mac OS X NetWare Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT Windows 2000 Configuration/Management method TCP/IP Web browser*. operating systems and tools. Print Server Management and Configuration The following table shows the management and configuration tools that are available for the AXIS 540+/AXIS 560.

Use a Web browser with JavaScript support and make sure Java is enabled. Admin | General Settings | Change=> General root pass **** The AXIS 540+ Web interface 2. Enter the print server’s IP address (or host name) in the Location or Address field of your web browser (Example: http://192.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 25 4. • . Notes: • It is highly recommended that you change the default password to prevent unauthorized access to the print server’s configuration pages. Click the Admin button to access the Administration Web pages. 1. The Printer Overview page will appear.1 Web-based Print Server Management Follow the instructions below to access the built-in Web pages of your AXIS 540+/AXIS 560. 3. Click OK. This is done from Admin | General Settings => Change.168.191) and press Enter. Go to the Root Password field. enter the default user name root and the default password pass.3. You may be prompted for a password.

2. Caution! The following parameters must be enabled in the print server’s web interface for AXIS ThinWizard to function properly: .com. you must first create a group. AXIS ThinWizard 3. . If the list is empty.2 Managing multiple print servers with AXIS ThinWizard software AXIS ThinWizard software allows you to manage and upgrade multiple Axis products. You can find. How to use AXIS ThinWizard: 1. The first time you use ThinWizard. you can access it via any standard web browser. 4. . When you want to use AXIS ThinWizard for management purposes. To install. Start a web browser on a computer in your network. configure and upgrade your Axis print servers remotely in any TCP/IP network using a standard web browser. Enter the IP address (or host name) of the computer where you installed AXIS ThinWizard.axis. 3. Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 compatible. Enter the user id and password.SNMP: click Admin | Network Settings | Detailed View | SNMPv1 Enabled => Yes. specified during the installation of AXIS ThinWizard (see above) and click the Log in button. follow the instructions in the Installation Wizard. these will be used when logging in to AXIS ThinWizard. Select a network group from the list on the Manage Network page. you will be asked to enter a user id and a password. During the installation. Install AXIS ThinWizard: AXIS ThinWizard software is available free of charge on www. Click the Network Groups tab and follow the instructions.0 and higher is Windows 2000. set the Preferences to reflect your network environment. install. These parameters are enabled by default in the print server.26 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 4. monitor. Install AXIS ThinWizard on a designated computer on your network.FTP: click Admin| Network Settings| Detailed view | TCP/IP | FTP Enabled => Yes. please take a note of them.

Press the test button twice to print a list of all parameters. Restart the print server by disconnecting and reconnecting the external power supply. Remove the external power supply to switch off the print server. Print a Parameter List: . a Factory Default will reset all AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 parameters and settings to their default values and erase all configuration. Perform a Factory Default: 1. Press and hold down the test button.3 Using the Test Button The following operations can be performed by pressing the test button on the print server in different sequences.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide 27 4. while you reconnect the external power supply. Important! For print servers with firmware version 6.Press the test button once to print a test page.43 and higher. Continue to hold down the test button until the network indicator remains constantly lit. Print a Test Page: . . 2. 3. This should take about 20 seconds. 4.

4. Supports user messages. TCP/IP. Silicon Graphics IRIX. SCO. BULL (BOS.Interactive.0 and above. NDPS supported by versions 4. SAP.2. AIX). DEC Ultrix etc. including BSD systems: BSD 4. HP-UX.12. Print Methods: NetBEUI. RIP2.10. SunOS4 (SOLARIS 1. Novell NetWare: NetWare 3. Windows 2000. Supported Systems: Microsoft Windows: Windows NT4. LIP. DIAG. Up to 16 bindery file servers and 96 print queues are served.11. 4.0 and above. PPA or Windows-based printers). and NCP (extended with NDS). IBM AIX. Mozilla 1. 5 and above.3. Windows Me. . NLSP.7 and above. Windows Server 2003. System V systems: R3. 4. UDP. OSPF. Additional Systems: All computers supporting the TCP/IP suite of protocols. Print Methods: NDPS. DEC Alpha OSF/1. Linux. R4. DNS/DHCP. PSERVER. SUNOS5 (Solaris 2. Supports bindery emulation and NDS.x). Raw TCP. LPR. Raw TCP. Windows 98. Supported Protocols: Windows : NetBIOS/NetBEUI. AT&T. WWW: Netscape Communicator 4. 4. RIP. 4.x). RPRINTER/NPRINTER. Internet Explorer 4. NLSP.28 AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide Technical Specifications Supported Printers: All printers except host-based printers (also known as GDI. Windows XP. LPR. Apple EtherTalk: Print Method: AppleTalk Phase 2. 3. WINS.11.11 and above. NetWare: IPX/SPX.

Highspeed IEEE 1284 compliant with ECP support and throughput of 1 MB/sec. ZIP. Available languages in print server’s web interface: English. configuration and firmware upgrade. SNAP and Ethernet II frame types simultaneously. string before and after job. Spanish. alternative output and character set conversion. PAP. User access list and printer access.AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide TCP/IP: DNS/DHCP. Supports IEEE802. ARP. IGMP. XON/ XOFF or RTS/CTS. ICMP. HTTP. DDP. RARP. data rates up to 115. UDP. Logical Printers: Logical printer ports can be programmed to perform auto ASCII-to-PostScript conversion. Telnet. RTMP. Italian. Highspeed IEEE 1284 compliant with ECP support and throughput of 1 MB/sec. default password = pass). LDP. PROS. sheilded twisted pair cable) for 10 baseT Ethernet with full duplex. Network Connection: All standard Ethernet networks: RJ-45 connector (Category 5 or 6. NetWare: Encrypted passwords. BOOTP. Apple EtherTalk: AAPR. • AXIS 560: Parallel port: Two 25-pin DSUB connector. German. IEEE802. DHCP. Serial port: 9-pin DSUB connector. NetWare Packet Signature Level 1. ATP. RS-232. French. AXIS ThinWizard for monitoring. 3. NBP. Network Management: Print server/job/printer status presentation and management via NWAdmin/PCONSOLE. TCP/IP. string substitution. 2. Printer Ports: • AXIS 540+: Parallel port: One 36-pin Centronics connector.200 baud 29 . Japanese.2. UNIX/Linux: Root password (default user = root. FTP. Reverse Telnet.3.

All specifications are subject to change without prior notice. 4. . 2 MB Flash memory. 5.30 Power Consumption: AXIS 540+: Maximum 3W AXIS 540+/AXIS 560 User’s Guide AXIS 560: Maximum 5W Power provided by Power Adapter type PS-H: 5.7in (118 mm) AXIS 560: 1.1in (29 mm). Hardware 32-bit 100 MHz AXIS ETRAX 100 LX RISC Controller.1in (27 mm).105 °F (5 .3in (160 mm). Test button for information printouts.22 lb (100g) AXIS 560: 0. Front Panel 2 LED indicators for Power and Network.2in (56 mm).64 lb (280g) Environmental: Temperature: 40 .1V DC 2000 mA Dimensions: Height x Width x Depth AXIS 540+: 1. approved power supplies for all countries. 6. 8 MB RAM.40 °C) Safety: EN 60950. 2.1in (129 mm) Weight AXIS 540+: 0.