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Controller installed in the AR-250/280/285/286/335/336/405/505 Copiers.
with Windows 95/98 or Windows NT. The redirector software provided will
establish a connection with the printers supporting IPX Peer-to-Peer, without
using an intermediate file server, whether or not your network uses Novell
NetWare. When configuring the network capabilities for the Windows
computer, you must include the "IPX/SPX Compatible Protocol". If you are
not using NetWare, you do not need to activate any NetWare Client
applications. This inclusion of IPX/SPX can also be done after initial
Windows installation by going to the Network setup function under Control
Panel. To do this, you will need the Windows CD.
remain enabled on the Print Server Card, even if traditional NetWare printing
facilities are not being used. The name of the Peer-to-Peer printer, as it
appears in the Windows Port List, is the same as the Novell Print Server
name, and may be changed by changing the NetWare Print Server name
using a Web-browser or MAP utility.
will use the same frame type and the local network number that it senses. In addition, if the NIC can
log on to a file server, it will assume that NetWare is normally used and will store this frame type and
new number in NV RAM (NIC memory). This way, when it comes up again, it will not have to sense
the network, which can use substantial resources. However, if the NIC cannot attach to a file server,
it will use the sensed values, but will not store them.
itself a network number of 0. The frame type and network number being used is reported on the
status and configuration sheet. If a NIC is being moved from a site that had active NetWare to a site
that does not, the unit should be reset to factory default to clear the frame type and network number
to Peer utility by checking the box shown below. Click Finish:
next procedure explains how to use the IPX Peer to Peer connection in a Windows 95/98
according to the instructions for your printer.
1. Start Windows 95.
2. From the Start menu go to Settings and then Printers.
3. In the Printers dialog box, double-click on Add Printer: