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|Wasabi||6:14pm on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|bought the unit on sale for $ 9.99, which clearly was worth it. I bought this for my mixed OS home network.|
|anywho||3:57pm on Sunday, October 17th, 2010|
|PS 101 works fine on a mixed network with non-approved printers NETGEAR PS101 Mini Print Server I started out going by the book by installing th...|
|TeRG||3:25am on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|approach with caution - a system specific lucky dip Okay so i have tried six or seven Netgear products. Most have been fine. approach with caution - a system specific lucky dip Okay so i have tried six or seven Netgear products. Most have been fine. Good Idea Sounds good, easy to install but that is where it ends. Software is a nightmare.|
|mosfet||12:44am on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010|
|Apparently I had signed in and registered the unit. I have no idea what the sign-in was and none of those I would use for such works. As stated per product Will not sustain connection beyond printing first test page ; It worked on XP PC after extensive tweaking but could not on 7 64b... Installation was simple and straightforward.|
|iodotoluene||5:36pm on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|Installed it without using the Netgear software (I hate installing superfluous software to configure routers and devices like this).|
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TABLE OF CONTENT
PREFACE....I PURPOSE..... I AUDIENCE..... I CONVENTIONS.... II Special Message Formats..... ii Use of Enter, Type, and Press.... ii Other Conventions.... ii RELATED PUBLICATION.... II CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION.... 1 1-1 PS111W W IRELESS READY PRINT SERVER FEATURES... 1 Front Panel and LEDs of PS111W.... 2 Rear Panel of PS111W.... 3 1-2 PS110/PS113 2/3-PORT PRINT SERVER FEATURES.. 4 Front Panel and LEDs of PS110 and PS113... 4 Rear Panel of PS110 and PS113.... 5 1-3 PS101 MINI PRINT SERVER FEATURES.... 6 Outlooks for PS101 Mini Print Servers.... 7 CHAPTER 2 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 INSTALLATION.... 8 PREPARING THE SITE.... 8 VERIFYING PACKAGE CONTENTS... 8 CONNECTING DEVICES TO THE PRINT SERVER... 9 VERIFYING POWER..... 10 WEB MANAGEMENT FOR PRINT SERVER.. 11
3-1 CONFIGURING PRINT SERVER FOR TCP/IP... 11 3-2 CONNECTING TO THE PRINT SERVER... 11 3-3 BROWSER MENU SELECTIONS AND CONFIGURATION SCREENS.. 13 Server Status..... 13 Configure Server.... 14 TCP/IP.... 16 AppleTalk..... 17 Wireless..... 18 Wireless Link Info.... 21 Printer Port.... 22 Logical Printer.... 23 NetWare General.... 25 NetWare Print Server.... 25 NetWare Remote Printer.... 27 Reset..... 28 CHAPTER 4 4-1 MICROSOFT WINDOWS SYSTEM PRINTING.. 29 PRINTING IN W INDOWS.... 29 iii
NetGear Print Server Manual 4-2 NETGEAR PRINT SERVER SOFTWARE INSTALLATION... 30 4-3 SETTING UP YOUR PC TO RECOGNIZE THE PRINT SERVER.. 37 Auto-IP..... 41 Wireless Configuration.... 43 NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard - Write Down the Port Name.. 46 4-4 ADD A PRINTER TO YOUR SYSTEM TO PRINT... 49 CHAPTER 5 UNIX PRINTING USING TCP/IP... 56 5-1 TEMPORARY IP ADDRESS RESOLUTION... 57 Assigning an IP Address to the Print Server Using DHCP.. 57 Assigning an IP Address to the Print Server Using BootP.. 58 Assigning an IP Address to the Print Server Using RARP.. 60 Assigning an IP Address to the Print Server Using ARP.. 62 5-2 CONFIGURING YOUR PRINT SERVER USING FTP... 64 Configuration Example.... 64 List of FTP Files and Commands Supported by the Print Server.. 66 5-3 SETTING THE PRINT METHOD.... 67 LPD Configuration and Printing.... 67 Printing Using LPD.... 70 Printing Using FTP.... 70 Printing Using DSI.... 70 CHAPTER 6 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 APPLETALK PRINTING.... 71 SETTING UP PRINT SERVER FOR APPLETALK.. 71 SETTING UP HOST COMPUTER.... 72 USING PSTOOL UTILITY.... 73 PSTOOL UTILITY CONFIG FILE FORMAT.... 74 NOVELL NETWARE PRINTING... 75
7-1 CONFIGURATION OVERVIEW.... 75 Configuring the NetWare File Server... 76 Configuring Your Print Server.... 76 Determining a Device Name for Your Print Server... 76 7-2 USING YOUR PRINT SERVER IN A NETW ARE 3.X NETWORK.. 77 Setting PSERVER Mode in NetWare 3.x (Bindery Mode).. 77 Setting RPRINTER Mode in NetWare 3.x (Bindery Mode)... 80 7-3 USING YOUR PRINT SERVER IN A NETW ARE 4.X NETWORK.. 84 Setting PSERVER Mode in a NetWare 4.x NDS Mode Network... 84 Setting PSERVER Mode in a NetWare 4.x Bindery Emulation Network.. 87 Setting RPRINTER Mode in a NetWare 4.x NDS Mode Network.. 89 Setting PSERVER Mode in NetWare 5.x NDS Mode Network.. 92 USING ADVANCED FUNCTIONS.... 93 7-4 Servicing Multiple NetWare Bindery File Servers.. 93 Attaching to More Than One NetWare Print Server... 94 Using Logical Ports..... 95 CHAPTER 8 USING ADVANCED MANAGEMENT TOOLS.. 96 8-1 CONFIGURATION USING THE NETGEAR PRINT SERVER ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM. 96 Buttons..... 97 iv
4-2 NETGEAR Print Server Software Installation
NETGEAR Print Server software works for PS100 series Print Severs in a Microsoft Windows networking environment. To install and set up your network and the NETGEAR Print Server, you may use a PC with a Microsoft Windows (95, 98, NT 4.0, ME, 2000, or XP) operating system and with either the TCP/IP protocol or the NetBEUI protocol enabled. 1. Turn on the power to your PC. Before proceeding with these instructions, be sure to assign a name to your workgroup on your PC. NETGEAR strongly recommends that you exit all Windows programs before running the Setup program. It is also necessary to install the NETGEAR Print Server software on every PC in the network that will use the printers attached to the PS100 series Print Sever. Insert the CD ROM into the CDROM drive. The program should start automatically. If not, please double click on setup.exe under the CDROM root directory. The first screen is shown below. Click on Next button.
Figure 4-1 Print Server Installation
2. The second screen provides you an important message as shown below. Click on Next button.
Figure 4-2 Information
NetGear Print Server Manual 3. As the next graphics, the third screen shows you a couple options.
Figure 4-3 Components
NETGEAR Print Server Setup Wizard An easy to use for the configuration of the print server wizard program NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard A step-by-step guide program to configure the printer to print from your Microsoft Windows You MUST install the NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard so you can use the print server to print from Windows. Administrative Tools Advance administrative tools including admin and IPSetup Use admin to manage the print servers on LAN. Use IPSetup to manually assign IP address for the print servers. Note that the print server default is a DHCP client. If there is a DHCP server, you do not need to set up IP address. (Normally a home router comes with a DHCP server). User Manual Adobe Acrobat format (PDF) A reference manual that goes the detail as you see now. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader in the PC. You can install it from the directory Acroread in the CD if you do not have it in the system.
NetGear Print Server Manual 4. After make the proper selections, click on Next button. You can choose the location of the program.
Figure 4-13 Set up TCP/IP for Print Server to get an IP address
NetGear Print Server Manual 7. Click on Next.
The next Printer Server Setup Wizard window, Figure 4-14, shows wireless settings for the print server. If there is no NETGEAR 802.11b MA401 Wireless PC card in the slot, and not planning for now, you can simply skip this step by going directly to the next step.
Station Name is not changeable. It is the MAC address of the Ethernet of the print server. SSID is Service Set Identifier, which should be the same for the entire wireless LAN. Get it from the network administrator. If the Encryption is disabled and the Authentication using Open system, this field can be empty. Depends on the country area, you can choose one from 11 to 13 channels for the wireless communication. Please note, when the wireless network type is in infrastructure mode, the channel is selected automatically same as with the Access Point. For the Network Type, if you have an Access Point, you MUST use Infrastructure mode to communicate wirelessly. Please note, if plan to use the PS100 Series Wireless Ready Print Server in infrastructure mode with Access Point, you MUST NOT connect it with Ethernet network, or it will disable the wireless communication. You can secure your wireless communication by using wired equivalent privacy (WEP) encryption. The default encryption is disabled as WEP Disabled selected. By selecting WEP Enabled, you can enable the 64bit or 128-bit encryption. If you choose 64-bit WEP Keys, you have the choice of Key 1 to Key 4 for the Default key. All the key fields are hexadecimal from 00 to FF. You need to enter five hexadecimal values as a set for 64-bit encryption and 13 for 128-bit. You also need to choose WEP Authentication method from one of Open System and Shared Key. The WEP Authentication is associated with the SSID. For the Open System, the wireless device without SSID is accepted to the Access Point, if no encryption. Some wireless devices can even browse the SSID from Access Point. If use Shared Key for WEP Authentication, the wireless device must use the same SSID to get access to the Access Point. If you plan to use encryption, please make sure all the wireless communicating devices sharing the same authentication, default key, and encryption keys.
Figure 4-14 Wireless Configuration
NetGear Print Server Manual 8. Click on Next.
Figure 4-15 Configuration Completed shows the completion of the print server configuration.
Figure 4-15 Configuration completed
9. Click on Finish.
The PS100 Series Print Server is ready to be used. If you have installed NETGAER Add Printer Wizard, youll be able to install the printer driver and configure it. Click No, if you dont need to add a printer to your system now. You can add a printer at a later time by opening the NETGEAR Print Server group and running NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard.
Figure 4-16 Add a Printer
NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard - Write Down the Port Name
1. You can reach this setup procedure by answering Yes to the previous Figure 4-16 Information. Or open NETGEAR Print Server group and run NEYGEAR Add Printer Wizard. 2. Make sure that the NETGEAR Print Server and the printer that connects to it are both powered on. 3. Make sure that the cable connections between them are properly connected.
Figure 4-17 Set up printer
4. Click on OK.
The Printer Select window, as illustrated in See Figure 4-18 Printer Select Window (Add Port), opens.
Figure 4-18 Printer Select Window (Add Port)
If the cables are not properly connected, your PC screen will appear empty when the Printer Select window opens. If so, check the cable connections and click on the Refresh button, which will initiate the PC to browse again for a port.
5. Click on the printer port you want to use with the print server, and click on Add.
The ADDPORT window for Epson print connection, as illustrated in below.
ADDPORT Window (Epson Connection)
6. Click on No if you do not have an Epson Stylus Color printer attached to the port, and continue to step 8.
Or Click on Yes if you do have an Epson Stylus Color printer (or plan to install one). You must disable the Epson printer. To disable: a. Click on the Program Files folder on your hard drive. b. Start the Epson Spool Manager. The Queue Setup window opens, as illustrated below. See Figure 4-19 Epson Spool Manager Queue Setup Window.
Figure 4-19 Epson Spool Manager Queue Setup Window
c. Select Queue Setup, and click on Use Print Manager for this port. d. Click on OK to exit the Queue Setup window. The ADD PORT window, as illustrated in Figure 4-20 Add Port message, opens. This window informs you that you have successfully added the port.
ADD PORT Window
If this is not an Epson printer, skip the above procedure. The Add Port should be added successfully. See Figure 4-20 Add Port message.
Figure 4-20 Add Port message
7. Write Down the Port Name
It is very important to remember and write down the port name. You will need this information later when prompted to select a printer port. See Figure 4-20 Add Port message. The port name, here for example, is IP_192.168.1.108_P1. You should write it down in the Quick Installation Guide in the line Now, write down the printer port name: ___________________________________________________
IP_Address NAME # Comment
Use these definitions for entering the information: IP_Address is the IP address of your print server. NAME is the name of your print server. A sample entry is:
188.8.131.52 PS_Rm203 #Default name PS123456
In the example, a print server with an IP address of 184.108.40.206 is called PS_Rm203 and has a default name of PS123456. 4. Add to the Boot Table in the /etc/booptab file:
Use these definitions for entering the information:
NAME is the name of your print server. PA is the physical address of your print server. IP is the IP address of your print server. SM is the Subnet Mask IP address. Refer to Appendix B Understanding IP Addresses, for additional information about assigning a Subnet Mask IP address. GW is the Gateway IP address. Refer to Appendix B Understanding IP Addresses, for additional information about assigning a Gateway IP address. 5. Start the BootP daemon (the usual command is BOOTPd) if the command in step 2 did not start the BootP process, and then reset the print server so that it obtains an IP address using BootP.
6. Compare the IP address to MAC address association to assure that an IP address has been assigned, using the ping command:
NAME is the name of the print server. You should receive a response. If you get a timeout message, the BootP procedure has failed. You can either follow the steps again for using BootP or use one of the other methods for assigning an IP address. 7. Proceed to Configuring Your Print Server Using FTP to configure the print server, if it has not yet been configured.
Assigning an IP Address to the Print Server Using RARP
To assign an IP address using the Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP):
In the example, a print server with an IP address of 220.127.116.11 is called PS_Rm203 and has a default name of PS123456. 4. Add to the Ethernet Address table /etc/ethers:
00:c0:02:xx:yy:zz is the location of your print server. NAME is the name of your print server. 5. Reset the print server by turning the power off and then on again. When the print server reboots, it acquires an IP address using RARP. 6. To assure that an IP address has been assigned, check the IP address to MAC address association using the ping command:
NAME is the name of the print server. You should receive a response. If you get a timeout message, the RARP procedure has failed. You can either follow the steps again for using RARP or use one of the other methods for assigning an IP address.
7. Proceed to Configuring Your Print Server Using FTP to configure the print server, if it has not yet been configured.
Assigning an IP Address to the Print Server Using ARP
To assign an IP address using the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP):
printer_name is the name of the print queue serviced by the print server. Spooler_directory is the name of the directory used to spool the print jobs.
Sample Commands for Using LPD on System V
Action Stop Print Services Add a System Printer Restart the Print Services Enable printing to the new printer device Start accepting jobs for the new printer device Create a spooling directory Make spooling daemon the owner of this directory Create read/write permissions Give permissions to LPD processes Sample Command /usr/lib/lpshut /usr/lib/lpadmin -p printer_name -v /dev/null /usr/lib/lpsched enable printer_name accept printer_name mkdir /usr/spool/Spooler_directory chown daemon /usr/spool/Spooler_directory chmod 775 /usr/spool/Spooler_directory chgrp daemon /usr/spool/Spooler_directory Add to the /etc/printcap file: printer_name|Remote_Printer_Alias:\ [Tab] :lp=:\ [Tab] :rm=PS_NAME:\ [Tab] :rp=Logical_Printer_name:\ Add remote printer(s). (Repeat this process for [Tab] :sd=Spooler_directory:\ each logical printer/print queue combination that [Tab] :mx#0 you want to create.) Use these definitions for entering the information: Sample command should be entered as one line, printer_name is the print queue name used to store jobs for the using a tab character where shown. corresponding logical printer. PS_NAME is the print server name defined in /etc/hosts. Logical_Printer_name is the logical printer name on the print server (L1 to L3 or L1 to L8, depending on the print server that you are using). Spooler_directory is the directory you created.
Configuring LPD on BSD
Make sure that an IP address has been assigned to the print server and the following statements apply:
The remote host name is the name of the print server. The remote printer name is the logical printer (L1 to L3 or L1 to L8). You identify the service type as BSD if your UNIX system asks for the LPD type. The LPD protocol that the print server uses meets BSD system standards. Enter the service type as BSD if asked for the LPD type.
Table Sample Commands for Using LPD on BSD shows sample commands when using LPD. The definitions used in the sample commands are:
printer_name is the print queue serviced by the logical printer on the print server. Spooler_dir is the name of the directory used to spool the print jobs.
Sample Commands for Using LPD on BSD
Print queue Print server Print
Configuring Your Print Server
There are two methods for configuring the print server in a NetWare environment: the NETGEAR Print Server Administration Program based on Windows, or the PSCONFIG program based on MSDOS. Both programs are on the Model PS110/PS113 Print Server Resource CD that comes with your print server. Additionally, you can also run the QUICKSET configuration program to configure the print server and the current Novell server in a single operation. This chapter provides step-by-step instructions to set up the file server and the print server using PCONSOLE and PSCONFIG programs. For detailed descriptions on the various options of PSCONFIG, the NETGEAR Print Server Administration Program, and QUICKSET, refer to Chapter 8 Using Advanced Management Tools.
Determining a Device Name for Your Print Server
The Model PS110/PS113 print server is capable of servicing multiple protocols simultaneously. However, you must always use the same name for the print server when you are using more than one protocol. When the print server name is changed, the print operations in all protocols are affected; therefore, it is important that you decide on a permanent print server name before setting up the device. Also make sure that you decide on and assign a different name for each of the print servers on the network. 76
7-2 Using Your Print Server in a NetWare 3.x Network
When configuring using the PSCONFIG utility, copy all files in \DOS directory on the Model PS110/PS113 Print Server Resource CD to the hard disk of your workstation. The PSCONFIG program is in this directory.
Setting PSERVER Mode in NetWare 3.x (Bindery Mode)
To set up the NetWare file server to connect to the Model PS110/PS113 print server in the NetWare PSERVER mode, first designate a NetWare file server that your print server will log on to retrieve print jobs. Log on to the file server as SUPERVISOR or as a user with SUPERVISOR privileges. The print server can be configured to service multiple NetWare Bindery file servers as described in Chapter 8 Using Advanced Functions. However, one of the NetWare file servers has to be designated as the master file server, and this file server is the one that must be configured and logged on to. To set up the NetWare file server:
1. Execute the PCONSOLE program from the system volume of the file server. 2. Create queues. To create queues: a. Select Print Queue Information in the Available Options window. b. Press the [Ins] key to add a new queue. c. Type in a queue name and press [Enter]. d. Repeat steps b and c until you have the number of queues you want. e. Press [Esc] to return to the PCONSOLE Main Menu. 3. Add the print server. To inform the NetWare file server that a print server exists: a. Select Print Server Information from the PCONSOLE Main Menu. b. Press [Ins] to add a new print server. c. Type the print server name. The factory default name for the print server is PSxxxxxx (shown on the label on the bottom of the device). 4. Assign printers. To associate a NetWare printer object with each printer port of the print server: a. Select the print server you added in step 3.
Using Advanced Management Tools
8-1 Configuration Using the NETGEAR Print Server Administration Program
Before you begin this section, you must first install the NETGEAR Print Server software on your PC, using the supplied CD-ROM. To start the NetGear Administration Program: Click on Start Move along the program folders to highlight the NetGear program folder Click on the icon for the Print Server Administration program As illustrated below, the main screen of the NetGear print server setup utility opens and searches the network for NETGEAR print servers.
Figure 8-1 NETGEAR Print Server Administration Program
All active NETGEAR print servers are listed on the screen as shown. If there is any print server missing from the screen, you may click on the Browse button to scan the network one more time. By default, the NetGear Administration Program only browses the network with NetBEUI to minimize unnecessary packets on the network. If you still do not see all the print servers, the print server that you are trying to configure might have the default NetBEUI protocol disabled. If the protocol is disabled, click on the Protocol button to enable browsing with IPX/SPX and TCP/IP. Make sure that the IPX/SPX and TCP/IP protocols are 96
NetGear Print Server Manual also enabled and bound to the network adapter card in your Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, or Windows 2000 system.
Click on the Advanced button for detailed full configuration of the selected Print Server. See the later section 8-2 Advanced Print Server Configuration for more information about the Advanced option.
Click on the Quick button to open the Quick Setup Screen to perform a quick configuration of the print server in a Microsoft network running the NetBEUI protocol. Clicking the Quick Setup button will reveal a screen like the following.
Figure 8-2 Quick Setup Screen
Enter the required Device Name, and click "OK". The Device Name is how users on the network will see this Print Server on the network.
This screen allows you to disable protocols which are not used on your network. An example screen is shown below.
Figure 8-3 Protocol Screen
The System tab contains the fields to change the print server name and activate or disable the various networking protocols supported by the print server.
Figure 8-4 System Tab Window
System Tab Fields
Field Device Name Description Choose a descriptive name for the router for identification purposes (for example, EngPrsv). This name is used in all protocols to identify the specific print server. There is a factory default name. For any change, NETGEAR recommends that a name be determined before setting the print server in any network. This name should be no more than 16 characters with at least a non numeric letter. Spaces are not allowed, but dashes (-) and underscore marks (_) are accepted. Choose to enable or disable the IPX/SPX protocol used in the NetWare environment. This selection is always shadowed to indicate that the IPX/SPX protocol is always active and cannot be disabled. Choose to enable or disable the TCP/IP protocol. TCP/IP is used for UNIX networking and Microsoft networking. The factory default is Enable. Choose to enable or disable the NetBEUI protocol. NetBEUI is primarily used in a small-scale Microsoft networking environment. Choose to enable or disable the AppleTalk Protocol. AppleTalk is used in small networks of Apple
IPX/SPX Protocol TCP/IP Protocol NetBEUI Protocol AppleTalk
Protocol computers. The factory default is enable.
This tab allows configuration for the TCP/IP network protocol. For further information about TCP/IP, refer to Chapter
Figure 8-5 TCP/IP Tab Window TCP/IP Tab Fields
Field DHCP Description This field allows you to enable or disable the print server's ability to get its IP address from a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server. When disabled, you can provide a fixed IP address in the following fields. This IP address is assigned to the print server. If you have a private LAN and do not plan to connect to the TCP/IP-based internet, NETGEAR recommends that you use the address from the IETP-designated private addresses (for example, 192.168.x.x or 10.x.x.x).
Subnet Mask Gateway Address This subnet mask defines the range of addresses that are reachable on your local LAN. This IP address is what the print server uses for stations with IP addresses not reachable on your local LAN.
NetWare PServer Menu Tab
The NetWare PServer menu tab sets the NetWare server (Bindery mode) or tree (NetWare Directory Services mode) that the print server should service. Figure 8-6 NetWare PServer Tab Window shows the menu and its fields, and table NetWare PSERVER Menu Tab Fields describes the functions and explains how to provide information in each field.
This function is provided only in Print Server Model PS110 and PS113.
Figure 8-6 NetWare PServer Tab Window
NetWare PSERVER Menu Tab Fields
Field Print Server Mode Remote Printer Mode NDS Tree Name Print Server NDS Context Master file server (Binary Mode Only) Polling Interval Job Notification by Connection ID Frame Type Description Indicates if the print server is in NetWare PSERVER mode. If this button is not selected, you will not be able to modify the following PSERVER parameters. When selected, the print server operates in RPRINTER mode. The print server can operate only in one of the two modes. For use in NetWare 4.X NetWare Directory Services (NDS) mode only. This is the NDS tree that the print server logs on. The name must not exceed 19 characters or contain any space. NetWare 4.X NDS mode only. Enter the Print Server NDS Context. The entry should contain the path to the context but not the context itself, and each OU should be separated by a period (for example, department.company). When operating in Bindery mode, the print server logs on to a file server and services the queue set up on that particular file server. Enter the name of the master file server of the print server. Defines how often the print server will poll the queues to be serviced. The control unit is in seconds. Set to Yes to receive a job notification at only the workstation where the print job originated. Set to No to receive a job notification at all workstations that you have logged on. Select the frame types used by your network (Ethernet 802.2, Ethernet 802.3, Ethernet SNAP, and Ethernet II). Click on this button to open the password control window for the print server when operating in NetWare PSERVER mode. The print server uses this password to log on to the NetWare server or NDS tree. Click on this button to open the change password window. Type in the same password twice and click the Save to Device button to confirm the password entry. When a print server object is created in the file server, the password for the print server is set to Null (no password protection). The factory default password for the print server is also set to Null. When changing the password, both passwords in the print server and the file server need to be modified for the two servers to communicate properly. The print server password can be changed through this popup window, but PCONSOLE or NWADMIN needs to be executed to provide the proper password setting to the file server.
NetWare RPrinter Menu Tab
Figure 8-7 NetWare RPrinter Tab Window shows the menu and its fields, and table NetWare RPrinter Menu Tab Fields lists the fields of the NetWare RPrinter Menu Tab, describes the functions, and explains how to provide information in each field.
Figure 8-7 NetWare RPrinter Tab Window
NetWare RPrinter Menu Tab Fields
18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124. 192.0.1.x to 223.255.254.x.
128.1.x.x to 191.254.x.x.
In each of the above address classes, the size of the two parts (network address and host address) is implied by the class. This partitioning scheme can also be expressed by a netmask associated with the IP address. A netmask is a 32-bit quantity that, when logically ANDed with an IP address, yields the network address. For instance, the netmasks for Class A, B, and C addresses are 255.0.0.0, 255.255.0.0, and 255.255.255.0, respectively. For example, the address 192.168.170.237 is a Class C IP address whose network portion is the upper 24 bits. When ANDed with the Class C netmask, as shown here, only the network portion of the address remains:
ANDed with: Equals:
As a shorter alternative to dotted-decimal notation, the netmask may also be expressed in terms of the number of ones from the left. This number is appended to the IP address, following a backward slash ( / ), as "/n." In the example, the address could be written as 192.168.170.237/24, indicating that the netmask is 24 ones followed by 8 zeros.
By looking at the addressing structures, you can see that even with a Class C address there are a large number of hosts per network. Such a structure is an inefficient use of addresses if each end of a routed link requires a different network number. It is unlikely that the smaller office LANs would have that many devices. You can resolve this problem by using a technique known as subnet addressing. Subnet addressing allows us to split one IP network address into smaller multiple physical networks known as subnetworks. Some of the node numbers are used as a subnet number instead. A Class B address gives us 16 bits of node numbers translating to 64,000 nodes. Most organizations do not use 64,000 nodes, so there are free bits that can be reassigned. Subnet addressing makes use of those bits that are free, as illustrated below.
Example of Subnetting a Class B Address
A Class B address can be effectively translated into multiple Class C addresses. For example, the IP address of 172.16.0.0 is assigned, but node addresses are limited to 255 maximum, allowing 8 extra bits to use as a subnet address. The IP address of 172.16.97.235 would be interpreted as IP network address 172.16, subnet number 97, and node number 235. In addition to extending the number of addresses available, subnet addressing provides other benefits. Subnet addressing allows a network manager to construct an address scheme for the network by using different subnets for other geographical locations in the network or for other departments in the organization. Although the preceding example uses the entire third octet for a subnet address, note that you are not restricted to octet boundaries in subnetting. To create more network numbers, you need only shift some bits from the host address to the network address. For instance, to partition a Class C network number (126.96.36.199) into two, you shift 1 bit from the host address to the network address. The new netmask (or subnet mask) is 255.255.255.128. The first subnet has network number 188.8.131.52 with hosts 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11, and the second subnet has network number 18.104.22.168 with hosts 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199.
Appendix C CONFIG File
This appendix provides information for editing a CONFIG file. CONFIG files are stored in the flash EEPROM of the NETGEAR PS100 series Print Sever and used for configuring the device using the FTP method. For more information about using the CONFIG file and to see an example of FTP commands, refer to the table of FTP Commands"on chapter 5 Unix. Only the parameters related to TCP/IP operation of the print server are listed. For modification of the various NetWare IPX/SPX and NetBEUI settings, NETGEAR recommends that you use the included NETGEAR Print Server Administration Program or the PSCONFIG program.
CONFIG File TCP/IP Settings
When modifying the CONFIG file, use the configuration settings outlined below.
Parameter and Command Device Name (0001 BOX_NAME) TCP/IP Protocol (0012 TCPIP_P) IP Address (4000 IP_ADDR) Device IP Address (4001 GATEWAY) Subnet Mask (4002 MASK) TCP Session Retry Interval (4010 TCP_INT) Retry Count (4011 TCP_CNT) L1 Logical Printer Mapping (0100 L1_PROUT) Definition The default name of the print server is PSxxxxxx (PS followed by 6 numbers). You can change this, but the new name must not exceed 19 characters and must not include any spaces. Enables or disables reception or transmission of TCP/IP packets. This is the IP address for your print server. For more information about IP addressing, refer to See Understanding IP Addresses." If your network segment has a router, enter the router address here. If there is no router, leave the address as 0.0.0.0. If the Gateway Address is 0.0.0.0, leave the Subnet Mask at 0.0.0.0. If you have a router, enter the Subnet mask for the segment to which the print server is attached. Sets how long the print server should wait before retrying a TCP/IP connection that is lost. Allowable values are from 0 to 255 seconds, with 2 as the default. Sets how many attempts for reconnection will be made. After attempting the set number, the TCP/IP session is terminated. Allowable values are from 0 to 255, with 254 as the default. The physical port that this L1 logical printer maps to. The L1 logical printer control string (in hex) to be sent to the printer before each print job. Note: A printer control string is limited to 15 characters. Examples are: ASCII = [Esc]&l0O Hexadecimal = 1B266C304F ASCII = [Esc]&l1O Hexadecimal = 1B266C314F The L1 logical printer control string (in hex) to be sent to the printer after each print job. Note: A printer control string is limited to 15 characters. Examples are: ASCII = [Esc]&l0O Hexadecimal = 1B266C304F ASCII = [Esc]&l1O Hexadecimal = 1B266C314F If On, LF (line feed) characters are changed to CR+LF (carriage return + line feed). If off, no conversion is done.
Creating an NDPS Printer Agent
To create Public Access Printers using the NDPS Manager Object in NetWare Administrator, follow these instructions. You will need to repeat the procedure for any other ports on the print server or for any other logical printers you want to use. To create an NDPS printer agent:
Start the NDPS Manager object you will be using to control the Printer Agent. At the Identification page, click on the Printer Agent List. Click on New to see the Create Printer Agent window, as illustrated below.
Create Printer Agent Create Printer Agent Window
Enter the name you want for the Printer Agent (PA) Name. The NDPS Manager will be the NDPS Manager object you are using. Select Novell Printer Gateway In the Gateway Type. Click on OK, and then select the available printer. Select Remote (LPR on IP) in the Connection Type.
Click on Next to view the Configure Port Handler Screen. In the Host Address IP field, enter the IP address previously assigned to the Print Server device, as illustrated below.
Configure Port Handler Configure Port Handler Window
In the Printer Name field, enter the Logical Port name on the Print Server (for example, L1).
For print servers with one parallel port, the logical ports are named L1, L2, and L3. For devices with two or three parallel ports, the logical ports are named L1 to L8.
Click Finish; then select appropriate drivers for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4, and Windows 2000. The new printer agent will now appear in the Printer Agent List window.
Before installation and configuration of the Public Access Printers on your workstation, ensure that the following statements apply:
Novell IntranetWare Client v2.2 (or later) is installed on your PC. You have access to the Novell Printer Manager utility (Nwpmw32.exe).
Installing and Configuring the Public Access Printers
To install and configure public access printers:
Start the Novell Printer Manager utility. Select Printer>New from the menu, and click on Add. Select the required printer and click on Install. Click on Close.
Mini Print Ser ver MODEL PS101
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Thank you for purchasing a NETGEAR PS101 Mini Print Server. With this print server you can share your printer with all the computers in your home or office that run Microsoft Windows 95 OSR2, 98, 2000, NT 4.x, Me, or XP operating system. This installation guide shows you how to connect the print server to your printer and configure it to use with your computers. Setup is easy if you follow the instructions in this guide, the print server will soon be up and running for your computers. If you have problems, there is a troubleshooting section on page 9 to help you. You can get more detailed troubleshooting information from the Reference Manual on the CD or online at www.NETGEAR.com in our Support section.
Installation Procedure Overview
Estimated time: 30 minutes 1. 2. 3. 4. Unpack the box and verify the contents. Connect the print server to the printer and to the network. Configure the print server to be recognized on the network. Configure each computer to print through the print server.
Note: You only need to go through procedures 1 through 3 once. Repeat procedure 4 for each computer that will share the printer with the print server. It takes less than 5 minutes to configure and test each computer.
On the PS101 Resource CD, you will find a Reference Manual containing more detailed information about installation, troubleshooting and configuration.
Unpack the Box and Verify the Contents
PS101 Mini Print Server
Power adapter PS101 Mini Print Server Resource CD, installation guide, support information card & warranty/registration card
When you open the box, verify that you received everything. The package includes: PS101 Mini Print Server AC power adapter PS101 Resource CD, including a full Reference Guide and print server software PS101 Installation Guide (this document) Warranty and registration card Support information card
Connect the Print Server
The PS101 Mini Print Server connects directly to the Centronics parallel port on your printer. After connecting it to your printer, you then connect the print server to a network device (like a hub, router, or switch). Before you share the printer with the NETGEAR PS101 Mini Print Server, you should have at least one computer connected to an Ethernet network and have one unused port on an Ethernet hub, switch, or router.
Centronics parallel port on the printer
Not Compatible with Mini Centronics-C Printers
Note: For printers with a MiniCentronics C port, you will need to use one of the other NETGEAR Print Servers such as the PS111W, PS110 or PS113 along with the correct cable.
Note: The procedures described in this guide are for a TCP/IP-based network environment. For NetBEUI protocol printing, please see the Reference Manual.
Printer with PS101 attached
With the printer turned off, connect the print server to the Centronics connector on the printer. Insert one end of an Ethernet patch (or straight-through) cable into an open Ethernet port in the network device (hub, switch, or router) and insert the other end into the Ethernet port on the print server.
Note: You may use a Category 3 (or higher) Ethernet cable.
3. Turn the printer on. 4. Connect the power adapters cord into the back of the print server and then plug the adapter into a power source (such as a wall socket or power strip). When power has been applied to the print server:
Printer with PS101 attached Netgear Router
The LINK light (green) should light up and may blink to show network activity. The ALERT light (yellow) should be off.
Note: If any light does not operate as indicated, go to the Troubleshooting section on page 9.
The PS101 comes with several software components that allow you to set up the print server and use administrative tools. You should install all the software onto one Windows computer to act as the print server administrator. For the other computers, only install the NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard as described in procedure 4. To install the NETGEAR Print Server software: 1. Insert the PS101 Printer Server Resource CD in the CD-ROM drive. NETGEAR Print Server Software Installation wizard starts up automatically. If it doesnt, double-click My Computer, double-click your CD-ROM drive, and double-click Setup.exe. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard to install the software.
Install Printer Server Software and Setup the Print Server
For the administrative computer, install all components.
Note: If this computer will just use the printer, only select the NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard. See procedure 4: Configure a Computer To Access the Print Server for details.
4. 1. 2.
Click Finish. Click Start. Point to Programs and click NETGEAR Print Server>NETGEAR Print Server
To set up the print server:
Follow the instructions in the installation wizard to set up the print server. \If you have questions, click Help for information about a specific screen.
Note: The PS101 Print Server, by default, automatically obtains an IP address from the network. However, NETGEAR recommends you use a fixed IP address to be able to use a Web browser to print a test page or to make configuration changes later. For a home or small office, use IP address information compatible with your router setup. The IP address for the print server needs to be unique in the network. If you dont know what to use, you may click Suggest New Values to get a useable IP address. If you are using a NETGEAR router with default settings, the following settings should work: IP address: 192.168.0.150 (The first three numbers should match the numbers for the network device. Make sure the last 3 digits are unique on your network.) Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Gateway IP address: 192.168.0.1 (the address of your router)
When complete, click Finish. When asked if you want to set up a printer right away, click Yes and continue to procedure 4: Confirgure a Computer To Access the Print Server. You have already completed the software installation and are running the NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard.
Advanced users may want to change the default name of the Print Server or make other changes in the settings. There are 2 ways to administer your NETGEAR Print Server. The Reference Manual on the Resource CD has full instructions. a. b. Open a Web browser and go to the IP address for the print server. (For example, type http://192.168.0.150 and click Go.) or
You can use the NETGEAR Print Server Administration program. Click Start. Point to and click NETGEAR Print Server>NETGEAR Print Server Administration.
Configure a Computer To Access the Print Server
Before using the PS101 on your network, each computer that needs to access the print server must have: A connection to the network. The printer added using the NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard. Either the printer driver software already installed or, if this is a new printer, access to the printer driver software (either on a CD or downladed to a disk).
To install the Add Printer Wizard (for a non-administrative computer):
Note: You can skip ahead To configure computers. if you have already installed the NETGEAR software on this computer.
1. Insert the PS101 Printer Server Resource CD in the CD-ROM drive. NETGEAR Print Server Software Installation wizard starts up automatically. If it doesnt, double-click My Computer, double-click your CD-ROM drive, and double-click Setup.exe. 2. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard to install the software. 3. 4. When asked, select only the NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard. Click Finish.
To configure computers running Windows NT, 2000, and XP:
1. 2. 3. Click Start, point to Programs> NETGEAR Print Server and click NETGEAR Add Printer Wizard. Read, follow the instructions, and click OK in the Setup message window. In the list, select the print server port with the printer you want to add to this computer and click Add. When you see the AddPort screen, write down the port name (such as PSFF0091_P1). Printer port name:_____________________________. 4. Scroll down in Add Printer Wizard screen. Select the Print Server port with port name as written above. Click Next.
Note: Do NOT select the default port LPT1.
Select the printer manufacturer on the left and the model on the right or, if you need to install the printer driver, click Have Disk and follow the instructions. If you have installed the printer driver for this printer, you will be asked to keep the existing driver or replace it. Select either one and click Next. Follow the instruction on screen if any. Type a name for this printer and determine whether you want this as the default printer. Click Next. Select No when asked about sharing the printer and click Next.
Note: The print server will perform this function.
Select Yes when asked about printing a test page and click Next.
10. Click Finish. If you cannot print the test page, go to Troubleshooting on page 9. If you successfully printed the test page, you can configure other computers to access this printer by repeating procedure 4 on each computer.
To configure computers running Windows 95, 98, and Me:
1. 2. 3. Click Start, point to Programs> NETGEAR Print Server and click NETGEAR Add Printer
Read, follow the instructions, and click OK in the Setup message window. Select the port with the printer you connect and click Add in the Printer Select screen. When the AddPort screen shows, write down the port name ( such as PSFF0091_P1). Printer port name: _____________________________. Select the printer manufacturer on the left and the model on the right or, if you need to install the printer driver, click Have Disk and follow the instructions. Click Next and select the print server in the Available ports list. This should match the port name from step 3. Then click Next.
6. 7. 8.
Type a name for this printer and determine whether you want this as the default printer. Select Yes when asked about printing a test page. Click Finish.
If you cannot print the test page, go to Troubleshooting on page 9. If you successfully printed the test page, you can configure other computers to access this printer by repeating procedure 4 on each computer.
The LINK light is not lit
The print server has no power. Make sure the power adapter is properly connected to the print server. Make sure the power adapter is properly connected to a functioning power outlet. If it is in a power strip, make sure the power strip is turned on. If it is plugged directly into the wall, verify that it is not a switched outlet. Make sure you are using the correct NETGEAR power adapter supplied with your print server. Make sure the printer is turned on. Make sure the connector is securely plugged in at the print server and the printer. Make sure the connectors are securely plugged in at the print server and the network device (hub, switch, or router). Make sure the network device is turned on. Be sure the correct cable is used. In most instances, use a Category 3 (or higher) Ethernet patch cable. If the network device has Auto Uplink (MDI/MDIX) ports, you may use a cross-over cable.
The printer is not on or there is a connection problem.
There is a network hardware connection problem.
The ALERT light is lit.
Turn the printer off and unplug the print servers power adapter. Turn the printer on and then plug in the print servers power adapter. Contact NETGEAR if this doesnt solve the problem.
I can not print from my computer
You may not have selected the correct printer in the Print dialog box. You may not have configured the computer to work with the print server. Go through procedure 4 on page 6 for each computer that will use the print server. The computer may not be communicating to the print server. To test for printing directly from the print server: 1. Open a browser and go to the IP address for the print server. (For example, type http://192.168.0.150 and click Go.)
Note: If you do not know the IP address, you use the NETGEAR Print Server Administration program. Click Start. Point to Programs and click NETGEAR Print Server>NETGEAR Print Server Administration. The Reference Manual on the Resource CD has full instructions.
2. Click Printer Ports on the left. 3. Click Print Test Page. 4. After the test page prints, click Logout. 5. Click Yes (or OK) if asked about closing the browser window.
Could print previously but can no longer print from my computer
If the print server is set up to obtain IP address automatically, the IP address may have changed. Restart your computer. You may also use the IP Setup program on the administrative computer to assign a fixed IP address to the print server. Click Start. Point to Programs and click NETGEAR Print Server>IPSetup. The print server may be overheated. Unplug the power adapter and then plug it in again. Remove any paper or other material that may be restricting ventilation. Lower the temperature in the surrounding environment.
Glossary of Terms
Category 3 (CAT3): Category 5 (CAT5):
A twisted pair cable that meets specified requirements for 10 Mbps networking up to 328 ft. (100m). A shielded twisted pair cable that meets requirements for 10 and 100 Mbps networking up to 328 ft. (100m). A communications network within a limited area, such as one
Local Area Network (LAN):
Control Protocol (TCP) with Internet Protocol (IP). The main internetworking protocol used in the Internet.
Mini Print Server System Requirements
Windows 95 OSR2, 98, Me, NT 4.x, 2000, XP A printer with a Centronics parallel port Network software
Mini Print Server Specifications
Network Protocols: IEEE
802.3i, 10BASE-T CSMA/CD Interface, NetBEUI and TCP/IP
Electromagnetic Emissions: Safety Agency Approvals: Dimensions
CE mark, commercial; FCC Part 15, Class A; EN (CISPR 22), Class A; VCCI Class A ITE; EN50082-1, C-Tick N10947 CE mark, commercial, UL listed, CSA certified, TUV licensed, T-Mark
Width 1.3 in. (6.2 cm) Height 0.8 in. (2.0 cm) Depth 2.3 in. (6.0 cm) Weight 0.4 lb. (0.1 kg)
Status LEDs Power Adapter
Link and Alert lights 9 V DC, 0.50A (customized power plug for individual countries)
Operating temperature Operating humidity Warranty
32 to 104 F (0 to 40 C) 10 to 90%, noncondensing Limited 2-year warranty
Statement of Conditions In the interest of improving internal design, operational function, and/or reliability, NETGEAR reserves the right to make changes to the products described in this document without notice. NETGEAR does not assume any liability that may occur due to the use or application of the product(s) or circuit layout(s) described herein. Certificate of the Manufacturer/Importer It is hereby certified that the Model PS101 Mini Print Server has been suppressed in accordance with the conditions set out in the BMPT-AmtsblVfg 243/1991 and Vfg 46/1992.The operation of some equipment (for example, test transmitters) in accordance with the regulations may, however, be subject to certain restrictions. Please refer to the notes in the operating instructions. Federal Office for Telecommunications Approvals has been notified of the placing of this equipment on the market and has been granted the right to test the series for compliance with the regulations. VCCI Statement This equipment is in the Class A category (information equipment to be used in a residential area or an adjacent area thereto) and conforms to the standards set by the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Data Processing Equipment and Electronic Office Machines aimed at preventing radio interference in such residential areas. When used near a radio or TV receiver, it may become the cause of radio interference. Read instructions for correct handling. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance Notice: Radio Frequency Notice This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A 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: (1) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna, (2) Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver, (3) Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected, (4) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. EN Statement This is to certify that the Model PS101 Mini Print Server is shielded against the generation of radio interference in accordance with the application of Council Directive 89/336/EEC, Article 4a. Conformity is declared by the application of EN Class A (CISPR 22). Compliance is dependent upon the use of shielded data cables. Canadian Department of Communications Radio Interference Regulations This digital apparatus (Model PS101 Mini Print Server) does not exceed the Class A limits for radio-noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. Rglement sur le brouillage radiolectrique du ministre des Communications Cet appareil numrique (Model PS101 Mini Print Server) respecte les limites de bruits radiolectriques visant les appareils numriques de classe A prescrites dans le Rglement sur le brouillage radiolectrique du ministre des Communications du Canada. April 2002
Multi-user access to your printer is now simpler than ever. NETGEAR's USB Mini Print Server does away with the hassles of sharing your printer among multiple PCs. Its easy external USB connection links one USB printer to as many as three PCs, so different network users can run multiple print jobs at the same time from anywhere on a home or office network. The attractive case design looks great in any environment, and its compact size allows you to place it close at hand or out of the way to open up your work area. Easy setup with NETGEAR's Smart Wizard install assistant saves you time and effort so you're up and running in minutes. Since no parallel printer cable is needed, it saves you money too.
|Device Type||Print server|
|Interface (Bus) Type||USB|
|Cabling Type||Ethernet 10Base-T, Ethernet 100Base-TX|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet, Fast Ethernet|
|Data Transfer Rate||100 Mbps|
|Network / Transport Protocol||TCP/IP|
|Status Indicators||Link activity, power, alert|
|Processor / Memory|
|Flash Memory||1 MB|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Interfaces||1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45|
|Connections||1 x USB|
|Cables Included||1 x USB cable ( external ) - 5 ft|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||5 - 95%|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||PS121, PS121NA|
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