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Motorola WPS870G Wireless Print Server

Getting Started

Ethernet Cable Power Supply
Confirm that your box contains these items. Before you begin, we recommend: ! Installing the printer drivers for the printers you intend to use, if not already installed. ! Collecting the Network Name (SSID) and wireless security settings (like WEP or WPA) for your wireless network. ! If you are running Windows XP, you may need to disable your built-in firewall for the installation process, see User Guide (Troubleshooting) for instructions.

Wireles

Parallel

CD-ROM

WPS870G
Reset Power Parallel USB LAN
Connect your Print Server as shown. (See Section 2 of the User Guide for more information) First: Connect the Ethernet cable to the router and then to the Print Server. Second: Connect the power cable to an outlet and then to the Print Server.
WR850G or Wireless Router
Insert the Installation Wizard CD-ROM. Begin the installation by clicking the first step. (See Section 2 of the User Guide for more information)
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DATA 54 Mbps / 802.11g PERFORMANCE

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or WR850G or Wireless Router

Parallel or USB Printer

If you need assistance, call 1-877-466-8646, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Y can also check for the ou latest developments at: www.motorola.com/broadband/consumers MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Wirelessly connect your Print Server to your router or wireless access point, when prompted. (See Section 2 of the User Guide for more information) First: Unplug the Ethernet cable from the router and the Print Server. Then, unplug the power cable from the Print Server. Second: Plug in the power cable for the Print Server. The Print Server will now wirelessly associate with your router or wireless access point. Complete the instructions provided by the Installation Wizard.

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WPS870G
Regulatory, Warranty, and Copyright Information

User Guide

WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. THE UNIT MUST NOT BE EXPOSED TO DRIPPING OR SPLASHING. DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, ON THE UNIT. CAUTION: TO ENSURE REGULATORY COMPLIANCE, USE ONLY THE PROVIDED POWER AND INTERFACE CABLES. CAUTION: DO NOT OPEN THE UNIT. DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN THE INSTALLATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING INSTRUCTIONS. REFER ALL SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. CAUTION: Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation. To comply with the FCC RF exposure compliance agreements, the separation distance between the antenna and any persons body (including hands, wrists, feet, and ankles) must be at least 8 inches (20 cm). This device must be installed and used in strict accordance with the manufacturers instructions as described in the user documentation that comes with the product. Postpone router installation until there is no risk of thunderstorm or lightning activity in the area. Do not overload outlets or extension cords, as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Overloaded AC outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, damaged or cracked wire insulation, and broken plugs are dangerous. They may result in a shock or fire hazard. Route power supply cords so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords where they are attached to plugs and convenience receptacles, and examine the point where they exit from the product. Place this equipment in a location that is close enough to an electrical outlet to accommodate the length of the power cord. Place this equipment on a stable surface. When using this device, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: Read all of the instructions {listed here and/or in the user manual} before you operate this equipment. Give particular attention to all safety precautions. Retain the instructions for future reference. Comply with all warning and caution statements in the instructions. Observe all warning and caution symbols that are affixed to this equipment. Comply with all instructions that accompany this equipment. Avoid using this product during an electrical storm. There may be a risk of electric shock from lightning. For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet, and disconnect the cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power surges. Operate this product only from the type of power source indicated on the products marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local power company. Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in safe operating condition.
It is recommended that the customer install an AC surge protector in the AC outlet to which this device is connected. This is to avoid damaging the equipment by local lightning strikes and other electrical surges. Different types of cord sets may be used for connections to the main supply circuit. Use only a main line cord that complies with all applicable product safety requirements of the country of use. Installation of this product must be in accordance with national wiring codes. Place unit to allow for easy access when disconnecting the power cord/adapter of the device from the AC wall outlet. Wipe the unit with a clean, dry cloth. Never use cleaning fluid or similar chemicals. Do not spray cleaners directly on the unit or use forced air to remove dust. This product was qualified under test conditions that included the use of the supplied cables between system components. To be in compliance with regulations, the user must use these cables and install them properly. Connect the unit to a grounding type AC wall outlet using the power adapter supplied with the unit. Do not cover the device, or block the airflow to the device with any other objects. Keep the device away from excessive heat and humidity and keep the device free from vibration and dust. Installation must at all times conform to local regulations. FCC Compliance Class B Digital Device 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, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 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 environment. 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 of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Wireless Print Server Utility Installation
Refer to the Operating System listed below for details on how to install the Print Server Utility. WPS870G Utility Install for Windows 98SE/Windows ME WPS870G Utility Install for Windows 2000 WPS870G Utility Install for Windows XP
WPS870G Utility Install for Windows 98SE/Windows ME
It is highly recommended that you install the Print Server utility on every client computer that accesses the WPS870G. The next sequence installs the Print Server utility for Windows 98SE/ME.

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Choose one of the following:
Continue with the Installation Wizard to install the Print Server utility by clicking Next. Or, if installing for the first time, insert the CD-ROM and from the main window of the Installation Wizard, click Install the Wireless Print Server Utility. Or, if you have installed already and would like to add a new printer port, click Start > Programs > Motorola Wireless Print Server Utility > Wireless Print Utility Setup.
Once complete, the Printer Port Setup window is displayed:
If you see yellow highlighting, that means the Port has already been added in a previous installation. The name of the print server reflects its MAC address.
After a brief interval, the Printer Port Setup window displays the printers attached to the WPS870G. Select the port and printer you want to install and click Next. The ADDPORT window is displayed, indicating you have successfully added the port.

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Click OK. The Configure Printer Port window is displayed:
If your printer appears in the Existing Printers list, select it and click Connect. Otherwise, click Add New Printer. The Add Printer Wizard window is displayed:

Windows 98

Windows ME
Locate the Manufacturer and your printer, or use the Have Disk option if appropriate, and click Next.

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The Add Printer Wizard window is displayed:
Select the newly added Port. Look for the description of PrintServer because your installation will vary. In the example above, P2 represents the second Port (USB) on the WPS870G. Once selected, click Next. Keep or replace the driver as needed and click Next. The Name Your Printer window is displayed. Motorola recommends changing the Printer name to indicate that this printer is attached to your Wireless Print Server. Click Next and the Printer Sharing window is displayed. Click Do not share this printer and click Next.

Description Select the type of wireless standard for your wireless network if Ad-Hoc is selected: Compatibility (11b/g) Performance (11g only) Legacy (11b only) Select the appropriate mode. If using multiple access points supporting both 802.11b and 802.11g, select Compatibility (11b/g).

Link Info

Click to view the performance of your wireless access or Ethernet connections. From the Link Info window: Click Refresh from the Link Info window to update the connection settings. Click Close to return to the previous window.

Apply Cancel

Click to save your settings. Click to cancel any changes.

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Wireless Security
The Wireless Security window allows you to configure the security settings for your WPS870G. Select the settings necessary to match the encryption used by your wireless network. Click Wireless Settings > Wireless Security to access the window. The Wireless Security window is displayed:

Item Authentication

Description Authentication establishes either an open or secure verification of communication with an access point (AP). This setting does not encrypt your transmission, rather it verifies your identity through a challenge/response system. Match the type of authentication used by the access point. Open System No authentication is used Shared Key Shared Key authentication is used WPA-PSK Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) authentication (802.1X) is used with a pre-shared key (PSK) WPA-PSK is recommended for home users.

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Item Encryption
Description Match the type of wireless encryption used by the wireless network. This security setting encrypts your wireless transmission. Disabled No encryption used WEP 64 Wired Equivalent Privacy - 64-bit strength (provides 4 Keys) WEP 128 Wired Equivalent Privacy - 128-bit strength (provides 2 Keys) TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) - changes the temporal key often (provides 1 Key) TKIP is recommended for home users.

Key Input

Available if WEP or WPA-PSK encryption is selected. Select the type used by the wireless network: Pass Phrase Hexadecimal ASCII

Pass-phrase

If the wireless network uses a pass-phrase for WEP or WPA-PSK, type it here and click Generate Keys. The Key fields are populated with the equivalent of the pass phrase in WEP. In WPA-PSK, there is no need to generate keys as the pass-phrase is shared between the client and the server. The Pass-phrase must be between 8 and 63 characters. There is no guarantee that the pass-phrase option will work with non-Motorola devices.

Key Index

Match the Key Index used by the wireless network. The number you select here determines which field is used below. For example, a Key Index of 2 corresponds to the Key 2 field. If you are not using a WEP pass-phrase for your wireless network, type the networks security WEP key into the appropriate key field (determined by what is selected in the Key Index). Click to save your settings.

Key 1 4

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Item Cancel

Description Click to cancel any changes.

Printer Settings

Printer Settings allows you to update print server parameters to work with different printer networks.

Configure Server

Click Printer Settings to access the window. The Configure Server window is displayed:

Item Print Server Name

AppleTalk
Description Change the name of the Print Server to a recognizable name. Click to use AppleTalk on your network. Click to use NetBEUI on your network. Click to save your settings. Click to cancel any changes.

NetBEUI

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Protocol Settings

Protocol Settings allows you to update print server parameters to work with different printer networks.
Click Protocol Settings to access the AppleTalk window. The AppleTalk window is displayed:

Item AppleTalk zone

Description Type the name of the AppleTalk zone to which you wish to connect. An asterisk * allows you to connect to any AppleTalk zone. Type a name to describe the printer driver used for the port. The Wireless Print Server is designed to work with LaserWriter (or 100% compatible) printers. Sets ASCII or Binary communication protocol for the port. Type a descriptive name to describe the printer driver used for the port. The Wireless Print Server is designed to work with LaserWriter (or 100% compatible) printers. Sets ASCII or Binary communication protocol for the port. Click to return the AppleTalk options to their default settings.
Port 1 (Parallel Port) Printer Object Type Communication Protocol Port 2 (USB Port) Printer Object Type Communication Protocol Get Defaults

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Item Apply Cancel
Description Click to save your settings. Click to cancel any changes.
Click Protocol Settings > NetBEUI to access the NetBEUI window. The NetBEUI window is displayed:

Item Domain Name

Description Type the designated work group to be serviced by the Wireless Print Server. This field is not case sensitive, so identical names with different cases are considered to be the same name. Sets how quickly jobs are sent to the printer. The default value of zero (0) delay should be increased only if your printer cannot cope with no delays. Yes terminates a print job if a printing error occurs. No (default) tries to continue but may cause print errors. If print errors occur, try resetting this value to Yes. Click to save your settings. Click to cancel any changes.

Click OK. Your printing port is now configured for IP Printing. To print from any application, select the printer configured for the port. Run the Epson Spooler Manager. Select Queue Setup from the menu. Click Use Print Manager for this port. Click OK to exit.
Note: If using the Epson Spooler Manager, this program must be disabled, as follows: 3 4

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Windows 2000/XP IP Printer Port Setup
The recommended printing method is to use the LPR protocol for IP printing: 1
Open your Printers folder (usually Start > Settings > Printers), right-click the desired printer and select Properties. The Properties window is displayed:
Select the Ports tab and click Add Port. The Printer Ports window is displayed. Choose Standard TCP/IP Port and then click New Port.

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The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard window is displayed:
Enter the IP Address of the Print Server in the Printer Name or IP address field and click Next. The Additional Port Information Required window is displayed:
Select Custom and click Settings.

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The Configure Standard TCP/IP Port Monitor window is displayed:
On the Port Settings tab: Select LPR Enter a Queue name (L1 for Port 1 (Parallel), L2 for Port 2 (USB)) Ensure the LPR Byte Counting Enabled setting is selected.
Click OK to confirm your changes and close this window. Follow the prompts to complete the Wizard. IP printing is now enabled.

Print Jobs Management

Print jobs can be managed like any Windows printer. Open the Printers folder (Start > Settings > Printers) and double-click any printer to see the current print jobs. If the printer attached to the WPS870G has been changed (for example its driver has been updated), run the Add IPP Port program again and select the correct printer. Delete a Printing Port If the WPS870Gs IP address has changed, and you can no longer print, delete the WPS870Gs port and re-install it. To delete a port, use the Windows Delete Port facility: Right-click any printer in the Printers folder and select Properties. On the Details or Ports tab (depending on your version or Windows), locate and click Delete Port. PAGE 58

If Windows responds that a printer is still using the port, apply another port to the selected printer and try deleting the port again.

Advanced Port Options

3 Click Start > Settings > Printers to open the Printers folder. Right-click the desired printer and select Properties. On either the Details or Ports tab (depending on your version of Windows), click Port Settings.
A window is displayed (the window on your system may differ slightly from the example below):
Items shown on this window are as follows: Port If desired, click Browse to select a different Wireless Print Server. If the selected device has multiple ports, use Select Device Port to select the port. The Port Name cannot be changed after installation. This name is shown in the Printer's Properties. Retry Interval Sets how often Windows polls the Wireless Print Server to establish a connection when the printer is busy. Increase this value if you get too many warning messages.

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Check Enable Banner to print a banner page before each print job. If using a PostScript Printer, click to enable for printing a banner. The User Name will be printed on the banner page.

Banner

Windows SMB Printing
This method requires no additional software to be installed, but either the NetBEUI or TCP/IP protocol must be installed on your computer. If you need to change the Domain name of your WPS870G, run the Installation Wizard again. Use the following procedure to configure the WPS870Gs printer as a Windows SMB network printer: 3 Double-click the Network Neighborhood or My Network Places icon on your desktop. From the View menu, select Details. Locate the desired Wireless Print Server, as shown in the example below: If it is the same Workgroup as your computer, it will be listed. If it is in a different workgroup, double-click Entire Network, then double-click the appropriate Workgroup to locate it.
Double-click WPS870G to view a Printer icon for each printer port. The Comment field may indicate what type of printer is connected to the port.

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To install a printer, right-click the desired printer icon, and choose Install, as shown below. This starts the Add Printer wizard.

Follow the prompts to complete the installation. Select the Printer Manufacturer and Model to match the printer connected to this port on the Wireless Print Server, and complete the Wizard.
This printer now appears in your Printers folder (Start > Settings > Printers) and can be used like any other printer. However, SMB printing is not suitable for large complex print jobs use Windows IP Printing instead.

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Windows with Server-based Print Queues
With a Server-based Print Queue, the WPS870G is installed on an existing Network Server (Windows, Unix, or NetWare), rather than on your computer.
If your Network Administrator uses this system, each Windows client must be set up to work with your network server as follows: Open your Printers folder, and start the Add Printer Wizard by clicking Start > Settings > Printers. Double click Add Printer. When prompted, select Network Printer and click Next. When prompted for Network path or queue name: On Windows 98SE/ME, click Browse. On Windows 2000/XP, leave the field blank and click Next.
Network Path - Windows 98/ME 5 6
Network Path - Windows 2000/XP
Browse the network and locate the Server and Printer (or Print Queue) that your Network Administrator advised you to use. Click OK, then Next.

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Select the correct printer Manufacturer and Model, as advised by your Network Administrator and click Next. Follow the prompts to complete the Wizard.
The new printer will be listed with any other installed printers, and may be selected when printing from any Windows application.

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Macintosh (AppleTalk)
The Wireless Print Server supports AppleTalk (EtherTalk), PAP, ATP, NBP, ZIP and DDP protocols, enabling Macintosh computers on the network to view and use the Wireless Print Server as a regular AppleTalk printer.

Software Requirements

Mac OS 9.x or newer.

AppleTalk Setup

Click the apple icon and choose Control Panel > AppleTalk. Ensure that Ethernet is selected under AppleTalk Connection. Click Chooser. The Chooser panel opens. Click on either the LaserWriter 8 icon (recommended) or the LaserWriter 7 icon. LaserWriter 8 uses the fonts installed in the printer itself, so the printing response time is quicker. LaserWriter 7 uses the fonts installed in the computer, which increases network traffic and takes more printing time. Choose a PostScript printer from the list. Click Create and it searches for a PPD automatically. Select a printer description from the list. Click Select. Configuration is complete.

Contact Information

If you encounter printing difficulties, please refer to the appropriate section. If, after following the advice below and the Wireless Print Server still does not function properly, please access our website at http://www.motorola.com/broadband/consumers for the latest information. You can also reach us 7 days a week, 24 hours a day at 1-877-466-8646.
Hardware and LAN Solutions
All of the Wireless Print Server's LEDs are off. Check the power supply or power connection. The Wireless Print Server unit cannot be found on the LAN, so configuration is not possible. If using the Wireless Interface to access: Temporarily disable WEP on your other Wireless stations. If using "Ad-Hoc" mode, it is not possible for Wireless stations to connect to the Wireless Print Server, because its default mode is "Infrastructure". You must use the wired interface for initial configuration. If using "Infrastructure" mode, verify that the SSID of the WPS870G matches your Access Points SSID. The Access Point itself has a blank (null) SSID. If there is a setting "Broadcast SSID" or "Allow SSID of ANY", this setting should be enabled. If using the Wired 10/100BaseT interface to access: Check the Hub/Router/Switch. The link LED for the port to which the Wireless Print Server is connected should be On. If it is Off, there may be a problem in the network cable. On the Wireless Print Server, check the LAN LED. If the LED is not On, the network connection is not working. If using TCP/IP: Ensure that there are no routers between the Wireless Print Server and the computer used for configuration.

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Ensure that the computer used for configuration has the TCP/IP network protocol installed. Test its network connection by seeing if you can locate other LAN devices from the computer. (For example, Use Network Neighborhood and try to browse the network.) Note: you must power off the Wireless Print Server before connecting or disconnecting the LAN cable when switching between wireless and wired interfaces. I am using DHCP and there is an IP Address conflict involving the Wireless Print Server. If the Wireless Print Server is left on, but the DHCP server is turned off, the Wireless Print Server will retain its IP address without the DHCP Server being aware of it. Simply reset the Wireless Print Server so it obtains a new IP address. This problem also occurs if you assigned a static IP address that is within the range used by the DHCP server. If so, use another address that is NOT within the range used by the DHCP server. I use a router and had to restart it. Now I cant print. Re-power the Wireless Print Server until it re-associates with the router. If you still cannot print, run the Installation Wizard again to configure the Print Server. How do I change the Domain name? If you need to select another Domain for the Wireless Print Server, re-run the Installation Wizard.

Windows Printing Solutions The Installation Wizard cannot detect my Print Server in Windows XP.
You may need to disable your built-in firewall in Windows XP. You must be logged on to your computer with an administrator account in order to enable/disable the firewall. Follow the directions here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/home/using/howto/homenet/icf.asp I cannot print in Windows XP. You may need to disable your built-in firewall in Windows XP. You must be logged on to your computer with an administrator account in order to enable/disable the firewall. Follow the directions here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/home/using/howto/homenet/icf.asp It is suggested you use another firewall solution in this scenario, either with a hardware firewall or software firewall. When I tried to install the Printing software for Peer-to-Peer printing, I received an error message and the installation aborted. This may be caused by an existing installation of the printer port software. Before attempting another installation: Remove the existing installation Restart your computer To remove an existing printer port installation: 3 Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs. Look for an entry with a name like "Shared Port", "Shared Printer Port", "Print Server Utility" or "Print Server Port". Select this item, click Add/Remove, and confirm the deletion.
On Windows 98, I installed the Print Port Driver for Peer-to-Peer Printing, but when I selected a port on a Wireless Print Server and clicked "Add", the printer was not installed. Try installing the Printer using the standard Windows tools, as follows: Start the Add Printer Wizard by selecting Start > Settings > Printers > Add Printer. Select Network Printer when prompted, "How is the printer attached to your Computer? and click Next.

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Enter a dummy value such as shown for the Network path or queue name. Select No for "Do you print for MS-DOS programs?" and click Next. The printer wizard displays a message stating that "The Network Printer is off-line". This is OK. Continue the Add Printer Wizard until finished. If prompted about sharing the printer, do not enable Sharing. Once finished, navigate to the Printers folder (Start > Settings > Printers). The printer icon will be grayed out indicating the printer is not ready.

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Right-click the Printer and select Properties, then the Details tab, as shown below.
Click Add Port. On the Add Port window, select Other, then Printer Server, as the port to add, as shown below.

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Click OK. The Configure PrintServer window is displayed:
Click Browse, select the desired Wireless Print Server, and click OK.

Use the following information: Field Name of queue to add Hostname for remote server Name of queue on remote server Type of print spooler on remote server Entry Use a single-word queue name, which indicates which printer is attached. Wireless Print Server name as used in /etc/hosts.lpd. Logical printer number (for example, L1) to service this queue. Use default value. (AIX Version xxx)
Ensure that the logical printers are configured in the Wireless Print Server. Print using the following command: lp -d printer_queue file_name Where printer_queue is one of the entries used in Name of queue to add. file_name is the file you wish to print.

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LPD on System V
Before beginning LPD Setup, ensure that an IP address has been assigned to the Wireless Print Server. Keep the following points in mind: The remote host name is the name of the Wireless Print Server. The remote printer name is the print queue name for the Logical Printer. Logical printers also need to be configured on the Wireless Print Server itself. If your UNIX asks for the LPD type, be sure to identify the service type as BSD. The Wireless Print Servers LPD protocol meets BSD system standards. In the sample commands shown, printer_name is the name of the Print Queue serviced by the Wireless Print Server, and Spooler_directory is the name of the directory, which is used to spool the print jobs. Procedure Table 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. Add remote printer(s) 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 See following section

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Adding Remote Printers
A remote printer is added by inserting the following line in the /etc/printcap file. Note: The entry is really one line, but can be entered as shown. Use a TAB character where shown. Printer_name|Remote_Printer_Alias:\ [TAB] :lp=:\ [TAB] :rm=PS_NAME:\ [TAB] :rp=Logical_Printer_name:\ [TAB] :sd=Spooler_directory:\ [TAB] :mx#0: Where: Printer_name is the Print Queue name used to store jobs for the corresponding logical printer. PS_NAME is the Wireless Print Server name defined in /etc/hosts. Logical_Printer_name is the logical printer name on the Wireless Print Server (for example, L1). Spooler_directory is the directory you created. Example: Marketing|RP1_PS123456:\ [TAB] :lp=:\ [TAB] :rm=PS_Rm203:\ [TAB] :rp=L1:\ [TAB] :sd=/usr/spool/Marketing:\ [TAB] :mx#0: Repeat this process for each Logical Printer/Print Queue combination that you wish to create.

Enter the desired name for the Printer Agent (PA) Name. Normally, the NDPS Manager will be the NDPS Manger object you are using. Select Novell Printer Gateway in the Gateway Type (see above). Click OK and then select the available printer.

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Select Remote (LPR on IP) in the Connection Type. Click Next to display the Configure Port Handler window.
In the Host address IP field, enter the IP Address previously assigned to the Print Server device.
10 In the Printer Name field, enter the Logical Port name on the Print Server (L1 for port 1, L2 for port 2). 11 Click Finish then select appropriate drivers for appropriate versions of Windows as required. 12 The new Printer Agent will now appear in the Printer Agent List window. Repeat this procedure for any other ports on the Print Server, or for any other logical printers you want to use. Client computers can now be configured as described in Section 2:Installation.

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Glossary
Access Point (AP) A device that provides wireless LAN connectivity to wireless clients (stations). Adapter A device or card that connects a computer, printer, or other peripheral device to the network or to some other device. A wireless adapter connects a computer to the wireless LAN. Address Translation See NAT. Ad-Hoc Network A temporary local area network connecting AP clients together, usually just for the duration of the communication session. The clients communicate directly to each other and not through an established network, such as through a router. Also known as: IBSS (Independent Basic Service Set). See Infrastructure Network for further details. ASCII The American Standard Code for Information Interchange refers to alphanumeric data for processing and communication compatibility among various devices; normally used for asynchronous transmission.
Bandwidth The transmission capacity of a medium in terms of a range of frequencies. Greater bandwidth indicates the ability to transmit more data over a given period of time. bps Bits Per Second. Broadband A communications medium that can transmit a relatively large amount of data in a given time period.

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BSS Basic Service Set. A configuration of Access Points that communicate with each other without resorting any infrastructure. Also known as Ad-Hoc networks. Also see ESS.
Channel The part of the wireless spectrum you use when transmitting or receiving wirelessly. Hint: Channel 1 can be a poor choice since it is close to the frequency used by cordless phones. Client In a client/server architecture, a client is a computer that requests files or services such as file transfer, remote login, or printing from the server. On an IEEE 802.11b/g wireless LAN, a client is any host that can communicate with the access point. Also called a CPE. A wireless client is also called a station. Also see server. Coaxial Cable A type of cable consisting of a center wire surrounded by insulation and a grounded shield of braided wire. The shield minimizes electrical and radio frequency interference. Coaxial cable has high bandwidth and can support transmission over long distances. CPE Customer Premise Equipment: typically computers, printers, etc, that are connected to the gateway at the subscriber location. CPE can be provided by the subscriber or the cable service provider. Also called a client. Crossover Cable A crossover cable is a cable that is used to interconnect two computers by "crossing over" (reversing) their respective pin contacts. A crossover cable is sometimes known as a null modem.

UDP User Datagram Protocol. A method used along with the IP to send data in the form of message units (datagram) between network devices over a LAN or WAN.

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Unicast A point-to-point data transmission sent from one sender to one receiver. This the normal way you access websites. See also multicast. UPnP Universal Plug and Play USB Universal Serial Bus is a computer interface for add-on devices such as printers, scanners, mice, modems, or keyboards. USB supports data transfer rates of 12 Mbps and plug-and-play installation. You can connect up to 127 devices to a single USB port.
VoIP Voice over Internet Protocol is a method to exchange voice, fax, and other information over the Internet. Voice and fax have traditionally been carried over traditional telephone lines of the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) using a dedicated circuit for each line. VoIP enables calls to travel as discrete data packets on shared lines. VoIP is an important part of the convergence of computers, telephones, and television into a single integrated information network. VPN A virtual private network is a private network that uses virtual connections (tunnels) routed over a public network (usually the Internet) to provide a secure and fast connection; usually to users working remotely at home or in small branch offices. A VPN connection provides security and performance similar to a dedicated link (for example, a leased line), but at much lower cost.
WAN A wide-area network provides a connection over a large geographic area, such as a country or the whole world. The bandwidth depends on need and cost, but is usually much lower than for a LAN. WAP Wireless Access Point or Wireless Access Protocol. See also Access Point.

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WEP Wired Equivalent Privacy encryption protects the privacy of data transmitted over a wireless LAN. WEP uses keys to encrypt and decrypt transmitted data. The access point must authenticate a client before it can transfer data to another client. WEP is part of IEEE 802.11b. Wi-Fi Wireless fidelity (pronounced why'-fy) brand name applied to products supporting IEEE 802.11b/g. WLAN Wireless LAN. WPA Wi-Fi Protected Access. A security regimen developed by IEEE for protection of data on a WLAN. WWW World Wide Web. An interface to the Internet that you use to navigate and hyperlink to information.

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