We recently received a used Canon iR5570.
We installed the device, and setup a print queue on our print server. We are using DNS. And we manually configured the network settings on the device. The network settings were confirmed via the copier web interface.
When sending a print job to the copier the print job shows up on the server print queue, but never shows up on the device.
We are able to scan documents to a network folder from the device.
We believe the previous owners used the device as a network printer as well as a copier/scanner.
Why can't we print?
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<p><span>Some days before I have done a job on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise edition & Client XP. It is departmental food court. In the office room of the restaurant have a system which will be Server system and main domain. There was another 8 system in every department of food <span> </span>with printer for billing.I</SPAN><br>
<p><span>Windows Server 2003 includes a mission critical Windows Server operating system, such as security, reliability, availability, and scalability.</SPAN><br>
<p><span>You have to install DNS server for DC without DNS the client computers wouldn't know which one is DC.You can host DNS on a different server than DC.</SPAN><br>
<p><span>Before Starting the DC installation process you need to make sure the <span> </SPAN>following points</SPAN><br>
<p><span>1)You have installed Basic windows server 2003 installation</SPAN><br>
<p><span>2)Make sure you have assigned a static ip address to your server</SPAN><br>
<p><span><span> </SPAN>Now start DC and DNS Setup process</SPAN><span></SPAN><br>
<span>Active Directory is a huge topic in itself. While DCPROMO is easy to run, planning of both the physical and the logical structure is the key to a trouble free active directory. </SPAN>
<p><span>Domain controllers do not have to be your most powerful machines, however they must be reliable and always available to answer logon requests. </SPAN><br>
<a><span>DNS (Domain Name System)</SPAN></A><span><span> </SPAN></SPAN><span>Role</SPAN>
<p><span>Once DNS is setup, it runs itself thanks to the new dynamic component hence DDNS. TCP/IP knowledge plus understanding of how DNS works is essential when troubleshooting connectivity problems.</SPAN><br>
<p><span>DNS enables client machines to resolve servers IP addresses. Once the client finds the server, Active Directory uses LDAP to locate services like Kerberos, Global Catalog that clients request.</SPAN><br>
<a><span>Print Server Role</SPAN></A><span></SPAN>
<p><span>In my experience there is a contrast between the software settings which are easy to configure and the hardware which constantly need for attention e.g. paper jam, 'out of toner'. Check list for print server:</SPAN><br>
<p><b><span>Client Configuration :- </SPAN></B><span>After</SPAN><span><span> Installation of Windows Xp give the IP Add on TCP/IP of IPV4.If you want to manually configure DNS server addresses, click</SPAN></SPAN><span><span> </SPAN></SPAN><b><span>Use the following DNS server addresses</SPAN></b><span><b><span>,</SPAN></B></SPAN><span><span> and then type the preferred DNS server and alternate DNS server IP addresses in the</SPAN></SPAN><span><span> </SPAN></SPAN><b><span>Preferred DNS server</SPAN></b><span><span> </SPAN></SPAN><span><span>and</SPAN></SPAN><span><span> </SPAN></SPAN><b><span>Alternate DNS server</SPAN></b><span><span> </SPAN></SPAN><span><span>boxes. After all job try to ping each other. I'm trying this and it also pinging. Files and data also can be shared through it.</SPAN></SPAN>
Use DHCP :
Use BOOTP :
Use RARP :
Enable DNS Dynamic Update :
Use Zeroconf Function :
IP Address :
Subnet Mask :
Gateway Address :
LPD Printing :
IPP Printing :
IPP Printer URI :
RAW Printing :
Raw Port Number :
RAW Mode Bi-direction :
FTP Printing :
Primary DNS Server Address :
Secondary DNS Server Address :
DNS Host Name :
DNS Domain Name :
Multicast DNS Service Name :
Canon iPF710 (9B9287)
From the Start menu, select Printers and Faxes. (Windows 2000/NT4: Start menu, Settings, Printers)
On the left side of the window, in the Printer Tasks section, click on the link for Add a Printer.
In the Add Printer Wizard window, click Next.
In the Local or Network Printer window, select Local Printer. Uncheck 'Automatically detect and install my plug-and-play printer'. Click Next.
In the Select a Printer Port window, choose Create a new port. From the Type of port list, select Standard TCP/IP Port. Click Next.
In the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard window, click Next.
In the Printer Name or IP Address field, enter the DNS hostname of your printer (ex: myprinter.chem.cmu.edu). The Port Name field can usually be anything you like (without spaces), like 'lp0' or 'print' or the DNS hostname. Click Next.
Click Finish. It may take a few moments before the next window appears.
From the Manufacturers list, select the printer model of the printer you wish to use. From the Printers list, select the model number of your printer, followed by the designation (ex: HP LaserJet 4000 Series PS). Click Next.
If you are asked whether you want to keep an existing driver, select Keep existing driver, then click Next.
In the Printer name field, put the DNS hostname of the printer. This is actually the display name of the printer for just this machine and can be anything, but it's a good idea to set it to the DNS name as a visual reminder that it's an IP printer that can be used from anywhere. Most IP printers also have built in web servers that display status information about the printer, so recording the DNS name here can be a reference to use when typing in the printer's web address, likehttp://myprinter.chem.cmu.edu.
If this is the printer you will be using most often, select Yes to use this printer as your default printer; otherwise, select No. Click Next.
If you are asked whether you wish to share the printer, select Do not share this printer. Click Next.
When you are asked whether to print a test page, select No. Click Next.
If you receive a message that a Microsoft digital signature was not found, click Yes to continue the installation.
To check if the printer is working correctly, go to Start > Printers and Faxes. Right-click on the newly created printer and pick Properties, and choose Print Test Page.
Mac OS X:
Find the printer's full DNS name using the instructions at the top of this page.
Go to Applications, Utilties, Printer Setup Utility.
Select IP Printing. Some inkjet printers may install their own section, like 'hp IP Printing' or 'Epson IP Printing'. If so, select that instead.
Leave the printer type at its default value of LPD/LPR
In the Printer Address field, put in the full DNS name off the printer, such as myprinter.chem.cmu.edu.
Leave the queue name blank.
Select the appropriate printer model. (If your printer model isn't listed, download and install the OS X driver for your printer from the printer vendor's website and go back to step 2)
The display name of the printer can be anything, but it's a good idea to set it to the DNS name as a visual reminder that it's an IP printer that can be used from anywhere. Most IP printers also have built in web servers that display status information about the printer, so recording the DNS name here can be a reference to use when typing in the
This is a fuser shutter error. Subcode 0001 is that the shutter is not being detected by the shutter sensor. 0002 is that the shutter is moving but on/off detection timing is off. When the copier is powered up you should here this shutter trying to find the home position. If the error occurs then, most likely the sensor is bad or unplugged. Have you done any fixing repairs recently and got this error?
To make sure your Mac can see the print server, open up your
favorite browser, and enter the IP address of your print server, as
assigned by DHCP on your router into the URL box. (My router assigned
the IP address 192.168.0.100.) On this web page, be sure to note the IP
address and LPR queue name.
Open up the Printer Setup Utility (/Applications/Utilities/Printer Setup Utility).
Hold down the Option key while clicking on More Printers...
In the next dialog box, under Device, choose LPD/LPR Host or Printer.
In the Device Name field, give your printer any name you want.
Since my shared multi-function printer is an HP PSC 2110, I simply
named mine PSC2110.
In the Device URI field, enter the following: LPD://IP_Address/LPR_queue_name, using the information gathered in step two. For example, mine was LPD://192.168.0.100/PSC2100Series.
To be able to use the shared scan features, create a bookmark to
http://IP_Address/scan.html (e.g., "http://192.168.0.100/scan.html" for
my setup), so you can operate your scanner from a web interface.
I have tried to print with Canon LBP-800 with 2 different print servers and no success. It seems this printer cannot be used with a print server... only with a direct connection to a computer... it supports printer sharing from windows... hope this helps...