Trying to print wakeup reports from an avaya switch via IP to 320
I have set up the comm settings, I can get the reports to show on the computer screen but it doesn't print out on the Oki microline 320 turbo. my settings are port 5101, 8, n, 1, no stop bit no flow control. The printer works when connected directly to a computer
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IPv6 is upgraded from IPv4 (Internet protocol).. Its implemented in 1994 this adres is stored in DNS, it is no way connection with the printer, when the printer is connected through lan net work, auto IP adress will assign by the DNS server depend up on the settings.. you can change the desire IP adress with the family range. If the printer is not showing IPv6 adress, system administrator can help you in this regards depens upon their permissions. Selected printer IP adress ahould be with in the family range and no IP conflict definately printer will work..
But this set is only good on your network unless you have programming to make the set work outside the network, this is done via VLANS which then the phone can be anywhere in the world so long as they have a high speed internet connection.
Your modem was almost certainly your router and contained a static IP address for your copier. Check what IP address your copier used to use. In the Printer Properties/Preferences can't remember which there should be a TCP/IP port. What is the IP address for this?
Go into the copier, go to Additional Functions > System Settings > Network Settings > TCP/IP settings > IP address. Turn DHCP off (make sure DHCP box is filled with white). Enter IP address. Press Ok/Enter (if there is a button that says so, can't remember at the moment)
Turn copier off using main power switch on right hand side of copier then back on again.
Does it work? If yes, good.
No, check the IP address of your new modem/router e.g. 192.168.0.1. Is the IP address of the copier in the same range, that is are the first three out of four numbers the same (last number must be different)? If not, change the copier's IP address so that the first three numbers are the same. Make sure the copier uses the same Subnet Mask as the router/modem e.g. 255.255.255.0. For the subnet mask all four numbers must be the same.
First of, the ethernet must be 'on'. If dhcp available, set it to auto (or dhcp.. anyways..) and let it reboot, just in case :)
if not, try setting the IP-setting yourself. They should be somewhat similar to the settings on your local computer(s).
To add the printer to your computer, select 'Local' printer and specify 'tcp/ip' as which port its connected to. In the new window the ip to the printer should be entered. :) (at least for XP this is..)
Your only option is to have it print out automatically after every 32 transactions, print out after every transaction, or print out only when there was an error with the transmission.
That parameter is Comm Journal and you can get to it by going to Function 7, option 4. That should give you a fax parameter table. You want options 12 and 13. Set 13 to "1" if you want it to print out every 32 transactions. Set that to "2" if you don't. Set 12 to 1 for Comm Journals Off, 2 for Always, and 3 for Incomplete Only (errors).