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Page 10 Chapter 2 Installing the print server Plug the DC power cord from the power module—shipped with the print server—into the power connector on the back of the print server.
Plug the power module into a power outlet. Do not use the power module shipped with your print server with any other products! Page 12 Chapter 2 Installing the print server User Guide Page Configuring And Managing The Print Server On Your Network Chapter 3 Configuring and managing the print server on your network This section introduces the tools you can use to configure and manage your print server, and the protocols you can set up. Page Changing And Managing The Configuration Chapter 3 Configuring and managing the print server on your network This basic procedure involves installing printer drivers and other software, configuring network parameters, and setting up the print path.
Most browsers will take a simple IP address; Page 18 Chapter 3 Configuring and managing the print server on your network Performing a cold reset to factory defaults Once you configure the print server, the configuration settings are retained in memory unless you manually reset them to factory defaults, as follows: Unplug the power module from the back of the print server.
Page Troubleshooting Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Help-yourself troubleshooting For information to solve problems and get your print server working, refer to the Troubleshooting section in the HP Jetdirect CD-ROM en User Guide for interactive step-by-step troubleshooting procedures.
Interpreting the configuration page The configuration page also called a self-test page or configuration plot for a print server displays messages, network statistics, and status for the print server. Page 20 Chapter 4 Troubleshooting User Guide Page 22 Chapter 4 Troubleshooting General Jetdirect Information: Provides general print server status and identification information. Security Settings: Provides the current values for various security and access control parameters for the print server.
On solid green Print server is on and ready. Blinking slowly green Print server receiving power but not ready; self-test may still be in process. Or, no network connection; This is OK before the print server finishes starting up.
After startup completes, this could indicate a faulty print server. On solid green USB is enabled and ready for use. This begins before the USB cable is connected. Page Resetting Print Server To Factory Defaults cold Reset Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Resetting print server to factory defaults cold reset Once you configure the HP external print server, the configuration settings are retained in memory unless you manually reset them to factory defaults. To reset the print server configuration to factory defaults, follow these steps: Unplug the power module from the back of the print server.
Page 26 Chapter 4 Troubleshooting User Guide Page Www: Hp Support Online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Software, driver, and firmware image upgrades Hewlett-Packard offers downloadable electronic upgrades for some HP Jetdirect print servers with internal flash memory. The electronic upgrades are available on the Web and various online services. Getting warranty service For your records, please retain your original proof of purchase. Record the product number and serial number.
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