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My Print Server doesn't respond to BiAdmin. I don't know the IP address and I don't know if TCP/IP is disabled. How can I find out?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Xerox Workcentre m20i - tcp/ip
Good evening niebs, The first thing I would do is eliminate the network connection as an issue. The easiest way (if you don?t have a network testing device) is disconnect the network cable from the printer and connect a laptop. Then configure the laptop using the same IP, subnet mask, gateway and DNS server IP you used in the printer and test for a good network. I would make sure I had Internet access on the laptop as well as the ability to ping. This test has the added effect of ensuring these numbers are in fact correct. If you have eliminated the network connection the next thing to check is the person who configured and maintains your network and servers. Checking with them will eliminate the possibility that they have setup the network to prevent anyone from connecting network devices without permission. By default I prevent my switches from allowing people to plug in other equipment that isn?t registered with me. That trick has saved me from a lot of problems over the years. You mentioned resetting the Network Interface Card (NIC) but I would go a step further, restore the factory settings on the entire machine and start from scratch. You might want to check with your network administrator to find out what you network switch connection speed is set to. If it?s set to auto make sure your print server is as well. If that doesn?t work try setting your print server to 10Mbps, half-duplex. I?ve had some problems in the past with auto not working correctly on print servers. If this printer is still under warrantee then I would get on the phone and contact the help desk, you might just have a lemon. Let us know how things go and please don?t forget to rate the posting.
Posted on Jan 05, 2007
Please have a look if you have Dell 1700 series laser printer. Please follow the instruction bellow to reset printer to factory default: 1. Power Off the Printer from the back switch from the back 2. Open Front cover 3. Hold Down “Continue” & “Cancel” button while turning printer on
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
firqst: DHCP disabled
copier IP adress should be 192.168.x.y
IP Pc must be 192.168.x .z (169.254.xx.xxx is a bad address!! = No-IP address !!)
see my recommendation for the scan on a previous post (http://www.fixya.com/support/t1395654-konica_c252_scanning_address_book_job)
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Here is some info for you.
EIO menu (networked printers)
The EIO (enhanced input/output) menu appears only when an EIO device is installed in an EIO slot
on the printer (such as an HP JetDirect print server). The items in the menu depend on the particular
accessory product installed. If the printer contains an HP JetDirect print server EIO card, you can
configure basic networking parameters using the EIO menu. These and other parameters can also
be configured through HP Web JetAdmin.
Table 27. EIO menu
Item Values Explanation
CFG NETWORK=NO NO
Select whether or not you want to use
the HP JetDirect menu.
NO: Bypass the HP JetDirect menu.
YES: Use the HP JetDirect menu. You
must change this to YES each time you
want to use the menu.
You must select CFG NETWORK=YES to
display the following items.
Select whether the IPX/SPX protocol
stack (in Novell NetWare networks, for
example) is enabled (ON) or disabled
Select whether the DLC/LLC protocol
stack is enabled (ON) or disabled (OFF).
Select whether the TCP/IP protocol
stack is enabled (ON) or disabled (OFF).
FG IPX/SPX=NO NO
Select whether you want to use the IPX/
SPX menu and set IPX/SPX protocol
NO: Bypass the IPX/SPX menu items.
YES: Use the IPX/SPX menu items.
In the IPX/SPX menu, you can specify
the frame-type parameter used on your
The default is AUTO, to automatically set
and limit the frame type to the first one
For Ethernet cards, frame type
selections are EN_8023, EN_II,
For Token Ring cards, frame type
selections include TR_8022, TR_SNAP.
In the IPX/SPX menu for Token Ring
cards, you can also specify NetWare
Source Routing parameters, which are
SRC RT=AUTO (default), OFF, SINGLE R, or
CFG TCP/IP=NO NO
Select whether you want to use the
TCP/IP menu and set TCP/IP protocol
NO: Bypass the TCP/IP menu items.
YES: Use the TCP/IP menu items.
In the TCP/IP menu, you can specify
BOOTP=YES or DHCP=YES for TCP/IP
parameters to be automatically loaded
from a bootP or DHCP server when the
printer is turned on.
If you specify BOOTP=NO and DHCP=NO, you
can manually set the following TCP/IP
parameters from the control panel: each
byte of the IP address (IP), Subnet Mask
(SM), Syslog Server (LG), and Default
Gateway (GW). You can also manually
set the idle timeout period.
Print an HP JetDirect configuration page
to verify your settings. However, note that
the print server might overwrite selected
parameters with values that ensure
Table 27. EIO menu (continued)
Select whether the Apple EtherTalk
protocol stack is enabled (ON) or disabled
Posted on May 26, 2009
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