Evolis Zenius Administrator's Manual

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  • Evolis Card Printer © 2012. All rights reserved.

    September 2012.

    Ref. KU-034-ENG Rev A0

    NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR MANUAL

    Configuring an Evolis printer via Wi-Fi or Ethernet

  • Page 1

    Document History

    Initialization

    Written by:

    Approved by: A. PUEL

    Date:

    Update chart

    Version Description Date

    A0 Creation 2012-10-23

  • Page 2

    Table of contents

    1 - Introduction ........................................................................................................................5

    1.1 Introduction ...........................................................................................................5

    1.2 List of icons ...........................................................................................................5

    2 - General remarks .................................................................................................................6

    2.1 Interface characteristics .......................................................................................6

    2.2 TCP/IP Protocol ....................................................................................................6

    2.3 Wi-Fi ......................................................................................................................6

    2.4 MAC address ........................................................................................................7

    2.5 Hostname ..............................................................................................................7

    2.6 IGMP ......................................................................................................................7

    3 - Network configuration .......................................................................................................8

    3.1 Network installation wizard ..................................................................................8

    4 - Printer configuration using escape commands ............................................................10

    4.1 Access to the printer dialogue menu .................................................................10

    4.2 List of Escape commands ..................................................................................11

    4.2.1 General settings ............................................................................................................................11

    4.2.2 Wi-Fi: General settings .................................................................................................................13

    4.2.3 Wi-Fi: Rwifi and Pwifi Keywords list .............................................................................................15

    5 - Evolis printer configuration settings ..............................................................................17

    5.1 Access to the administration web page ............................................................17

    5.2 Viewing the settings ............................................................................................17

    5.2.1 Network .........................................................................................................................................17

    5.2.2 Wireless .........................................................................................................................................18

    6 - Examples of printer configuration ..................................................................................19

    6.1 Configuring a printer in DHCP mode, located on a sub-network .....................19

    6.1.1 With the embedded web server ...................................................................................................19

    6.1.2 With escape commands ...............................................................................................................20

    6.2 Configuring a printer with a static IP address, on a subnet with WINS

    resolution .............................................................................................................21

    6.2.1 With the embedded web server ...................................................................................................21

    6.2.2 With escape commands ...............................................................................................................21

    6.3 Configuring a printer with a static IP address, on a subnet without WINS

    resolution .............................................................................................................23

    6.3.1 With the embedded web server ...................................................................................................23

    6.3.2 With escape commands ...............................................................................................................23

    6.4 Configuring a printer in Wi-Fi mode - Ad hoc with no security ........................25

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    6.4.1 With the embedded web server ...................................................................................................25

    6.4.2 With escape commands ...............................................................................................................25

    6.5 Configuring a printer in Wi-Fi mode - Access point with Wep 128 bits security

    and static IP adress ............................................................................................26

    6.5.1 With the embedded web server ...................................................................................................26

    6.5.2 With escape commands ...............................................................................................................26

    6.6 Configuring a printer in Wi-Fi mode - Access point with WPA-AES security and

    IP adress in DHCP mode ....................................................................................27

    6.6.1 With the embedded web server ...................................................................................................27

    6.6.2 With escape commands ...............................................................................................................27

  • Page 4

    Table of figures

    Figure 1: Network installation wizard ...........................................................................8

    Figure 2: Welcome screen ............................................................................................9

    Figure 3: Access to the printer dialogue menu ..........................................................10

    Figure 4: Printer’s properties window .........................................................................10

    Figure 5: Printer’s properties window .........................................................................11

    Figure 6: Web interface - Network ..............................................................................17

    Figure 7: Web interface - Wireless ..............................................................................18

    Figure 8: DHCP mode configuration...........................................................................19

    Figure 9: Web server (DHCP mode) ............................................................................19

    Figure 10: Static IP configuration with WINS resolution............................................21

    Figure 11: Web server (Static IP) ................................................................................21

    Figure 12: Static IP configuration without WINS resolution ......................................23

    Figure 13: Web server (Without WINS resolution) ......................................................23

    Figure 14: Web server (Wi-Fi - Ad hoc) ......................................................................25

    Figure 15: Web server (Wi-Fi - Access point - Wep 128) ...........................................26

    Figure 16: Web server (Wi-Fi - Access point - WPA-AES) .........................................27

  • Introduction

    Page 5

    1 - Introduction

    1.1 Introduction

    This manual describes how to congure a Primacy or a Zenius printer connected to Wi-Fi or to a TCP/IP

    network, also known as an Ethernet network.

    The two printers are similar, for this reason, the network administrator manual is the same for both

    printers.

    This information is intended for well-informed readers who are specialistes in computer networking.

    The examples given are based on Windows 7.

    Changing the printer’s basic settings, without prior knowledge of the layout of the LAN in question or

    without genuine technical knowledge may result in a malfunction of the printer, and may even extend to

    a more widespread failure of all part of the LAN.

    Contact your System and Network Administrator before connecting to or changing the settings for your

    local area network.

    1.2 List of icons

    Warning Sign:

    Indicates an operation which require special attention.

    Note:

    Indicates general remarks.

    No entry sign:

    Identies steps or actions strictly prohibited.

    Eye:

    Inspect, Check.

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    General Remarks

    2 - General remarks

    All Evolis printers have the benet of a TCP/IP network connection mechanism.

    This feature is available as standard or as an option, depending on the model in the range.

    By default, the printer comes configured in DHCP mode (Dynamic Host Conguration Protocol),

    which means that its IP address is supplied by the network. Besides, by default, Wi-Fi is disabled.

    In addition to these basic settings, the network administrator has the option of conguring the printer

    differently in order to comply with the constraints imposed by the corporate LAN:

    • Printer connected in a subnet, in DHCP.

    • Printer connected within a subnet with xed IP address, with WINS resolution.

    • Printer connected within a subnet with xed IP address, without WINS resolution.

    • Printer connected in Wi-Fi.

    The printer may be identied on the network according to:

    • Its hostname (NETBIOS),

    • Its IP address,

    • Its serial number.

    The user-denable settings are:

    • The printer’s IP address,

    • Subnet mask,

    • Gateway,

    • WINS server,

    • Wireless connection settings

    The following sections describe the procedures to be followed in order to congure the printer taking the

    specic features of the LAN / Wi-Fi into account.

    The examples and screen images are from a Microsoft Windows environment, on the basis of which your

    System and Network Administrator will have full scope to congure the printer in other environments

    such as Mac OS X or Linux.

    2.1 Interface characteristics

    Protocol: 10Base-T / 100Base-T

    Speed: 10Mbit/sec and 100Mbit/sec, automatic detection

    Connection: Auto-MDX

    Link: Half / Full duplex

    LED: Green LED

    On = 10Mbit/s

    Off = 100Mbit/s

    Orange LED

    On = Printer connected to network

    Flashing = Printer connected and network trafc

    2.2 TCP/IP Protocol

    • IPv4 compatible

    • IP address congured under DHCP (factory setting) or manually

    • Raw mode printing uses the TCP/9100 port

    • Name authentication is based on NBNS (NetBios Name Server)

    • NBNS service via TCP for WINS resolution when the WINS server is congured.

    When the IP address is static, the conguration relating to the gateway, subnet masks and WINS

    resolution is set manually.

    When the printer is congured in DHCP mode, this data is supplied by the DHCP server.

    2.3 Wi-Fi

    Your printer may have an optional Wi-Fi interface. Out of factory, the wired interface is enabled and

    the Wi-Fi interface is disabled. See how to congure the printer on a Wi-Fi network on paragraph 5.2.2

    Wireless, page 18.

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    2.4 MAC address

    • Generated from the printer’s serial number with the Evolis 00-1A-FD header (Evolis OUI - Organisationally

    Unique Identier).

    • For example, for the serial number P07100001234, the MAC address is 00-01-FD-00-04-D2.

    • 00-04-D2 is the hexadecimal transcription of the decimal value 001234.

    MAC address is visible beneath the printer

    2.5 Hostname

    The printer name (hostname) is automatically set as EVO_NNN_XXXXXXX, where:

    • EVO is the root for Evolis products

    • NNN varies with the printer model:

    ° PR1 for Primacy

    ° ZE1 for Zenius

    • XXXXXXX is obtained from the printer’s serial number, e.g. EVO_PR1_0001234 for serial number

    Z710001234

    Hostnames are used by various naming systems. Evolis limits the hostname to 15 characters according

    to the Windows Netbios limitations: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909264/en-us

    2.6 IGMP

    Evolis uses IGMP frame to send query to all printers connected to the network. To use the discovery

    services offered by the Evolis Premium Suite, it is important that the network gateways support IGMP

    frames. To route Multicast trafc between two LANs, the gateway requires PIM Dense or PIM Sparse

    mode.

    Example for Windows Server 2003: http://www.labo-microsoft.org/articles/win/rad2003/7

    The default Evolis Multicast address is 224.69.86.79.

  • Page 8

    Network installation

    3 - Network configuration

    The installation of USB driver is not described in this manual. Once the Evolis

    Print Center is installed, follow the following instructions.

    3.1 Network installation wizard

    1. Launch the Evolis Print Center and click on Tools, then on Network printer installation wizard

    (DHCP) for an installation in DHCP mode or on Advanced network printer installation wizard

    (static IP) for a ptinter installation with static IP.

    Figure 1: Network installation wizard

  • Network installation

    Page 9

    2. The following windows opens:

    Figure 2: Welcome screen

    3. Follow the instructions of the wizard in order to install your printer.

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    Printer configuration using escape sequences

    4 - Printer configuration using escape commands

    Administrators can also congure printers by means of ESCape commands.

    To do so, it is essential to install the printer and its USB driver beforehand, in order to have a direct

    connection available for dialogue.

    4.1 Access to the printer dialogue menu

    1. Open the Evolis Print Center.

    2. Double click on the printer you want to dialog with.

    Figure 3: Access to the printer dialogue menu

    3. A properties window opens. Click on Maintenance.

    Figure 4: Printer’s properties window

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    4. In Printer commands prompting sub-menu, you can enter ESC commands in Command eld.

    Figure 5: Printer’s properties window

    4.2 List of Escape commands

    It is recommended to always read the contents or status of the printer before

    making any changes. Similarly, after any modication, check that new data is

    handled properly by reading it.

    To enter an escape sequence, ll the Command eld with instructions described hereafter.

    It is recommended to enter Escape commands via USB connection in order to

    avoid losing the connection.

    4.2.1 General settings

    Escape sequence: Read the printer’s IP address

    Command: Rip;opt1

    Parameters: value 1 is optional, if set, it returns the dhcp status: "Manual" if the IP has been

    set manually or "Auto" if dhcp is activated.

    Example: Rip;1

    Return: IP adress (i.e. 192.168.1.10 Auto)

    Note: -

    Escape sequence: Set the printer’s IP address

    Command: Pip;par1

    Parameters: par1 is the IP address to be set, must be 4 digit separated by dot character ‘.’ or

    it can be the string “dhcp” to enable DHCP service.

    Example: Pip;192.168.0.1 or Pip;dhcp

    Return: OK or ERROR CDE

    Note: When the IP address entered is set to 0.0.0.0 it disables the interface.

    Escape sequence: Read Mask address

    Command: Renm

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: Ethernet subnet mask (i.e. 255.255.255.0)

    Note: -

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    Printer configuration using escape sequences

    Escape sequence: Read Hostname

    Command: Rehn

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: Hostname (i.e. EVO_PR180023456)

    Note: -

    Escape sequence: Set Mask Address

    Command: Penm;par1

    Parameters: par1 is ethernet subnet mask to be set, 4 numbers separated by dot character

    ‘.’.

    Example: Penm;255.255.255.0

    Return: OK or ERROR PARAMETERS

    Note: When using DHCP, this subnet mask is given by DHCP server. This is useful only

    when IP address is set manually

    Escape sequence: Read Gateway address

    Command: Regw

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: Ethernet gateway IP address (i.e. 192.168.0.1)

    Note: -

    Escape sequence: Set Gateway address

    Command: Pegw;par1

    Parameters: par1 is Gateway IP address to be set, 4 numbers separated by dot character ‘.’.

    Example: Pegw;192.168.0.1

    Return: OK or ERROR PARAMETERS

    Note: When using DHCP, the gateway is given by DHCP server. This is useful only

    when IP address is set manually.

    Escape sequence: Read Win Server address

    Command: Rews

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: WINS server IP address (i.e. 192.168.0.2)

    Note: -

    Escape sequence: Set Win Server address

    Command: Pews;par1

    Parameters: par1 is WINS server IP address to be set, 4 numbers separated by dot character

    ‘.’.

    Example: Pews;192.168.0.2

    Return: OK or ERROR PARAMETERS

    Note: When using DHCP, the WINS server is given by DHCP server. This is useful only

    when IP address is set manually. This is used to register the printer hostname,

    so in case of sub-network the printer is found faster.

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    Escape sequence: Read Multicast address

    Command: Rmip

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: 224.69.86.79

    Note: The multicast IP address (by default: 224.69.86.79) is used to discovery Evolis

    printers present on the network.

    Escape sequence: Set Multicast address

    Command: Pmip;par1

    Parameters: par1 is Multicast IP address to be set, 4 numbers separated by dot character ‘.’.

    Example: Pmip;224.69.86.79

    Return: OK or ERROR PARAMETERS

    Note: Evolis recommends to not modify this parameter.

    Escape sequence: Restart network

    Command: Snetw

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: -

    Note: Restart network with saved conguration. This command as the same effect as

    clicking on button “Restart Network” on printer web page.

    4.2.2 Wi-Fi: General settings

    Escape sequence: Presence of Wi-Fi module

    Command: Rtp;w

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: 0 / 1

    Note: This command return 1 if the Wi-Fi module is present in your printer or 0 if it is

    not.

    Escape sequence: Read Wi parameters

    Command: Rwifi;keyw

    Parameters: keyw is the parameter to be read.

    Example: -

    Return: The value of selected parameter or ERROR PARAMETERS

    Note: See paragraph 4.2.3, page 15 for a list of keywords.

    Escape sequence: Set Wi parameters

    Command: Pwifi;keyw;value

    Parameters: keyw is the parameter to be modify.

    value is the new value of selected parameter.

    Example: -

    Return: OK or ERROR PARAMETERS

    Note: See paragraph 4.2.3, page 15 for a list of keywords.

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    Printer configuration using escape sequences

    Escape sequence: Send ATi command

    Command: Cwifi;cmd

    Parameters: cmd is the command to be send to the WiFi module.

    Example: -

    Note: see ATi_Programmers_Manual_8_40.pdf

    Escape sequence: Wi-Fi module status

    Command: Cwifi;RP2

    Parameters: -

    Example: -

    Return: LAN-to-WiFi Bridge Mode when BRM>0:

    "LAN/WIFI Bridge Mode,<LAN Status>,<WIFI status>"

    Where,

    <LAN Status>

    <WiFi Status>

    0 – No Link

    1 – Link OK

    1 – Not Connected

    2 – Connecting

    4 – Connected

    Note: -

    Escape sequence: List of all Wi-Fi networks available

    Command: Cwifi;RP20

    Parameters: -

    Example: Jetta,AP,06:14:6C:69:4A:7C,WPA,1,25

    RTL8186-default,AP,00:E0:4C:81:86:86,NONE,1,77

    dlink_test,AP,00:1C:F0:9A:63:7A,NONE,1,68

    Return: List of up to 16 APs and Ad-Hoc networks available in the surrounding area.

    Each line contains the following comma-separated elds:

    <SSID>,ADHOC|AP,<BSSID>,<security type>,<channel>,<RSSI>

    • <security type>=NONE or WEP64 or WEP128 or WPA or WPA2

    • <RSSI>= Value between 0-255 which represents SNR+NoiseFloor. Higher

    SSI values indicate weaker signal strength.

    Note: -

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    4.2.3 Wi-Fi: Rwifi and Pwifi Keywords list

    The following keywords are to be entered in the command eld instead of keyw and value parameters

    of Rwi and Pwi settings.

    These keywords are case sensitive.

    Escape sequence: Read all Wi parameters

    Keyword: all

    Parameters: keyw is the parameter to be modify.

    value is the new value of selected parameter.

    Example: Rwifi;all

    Return: All Wi parameters. Example:

    • RP0;CO2128- D

    • RP1;ID807p03 30.6.2

    • RP5;14061A98

    • MACA;001AFD00146A

    • MDE;2

    • WLCH;11

    • WSI0;NETGEAR_BE

    • WST0;4

    • WKY0;

    • WPP0;***********

    • EUSN;

    • EPSW;

    Escape sequence: Read all Wi parameters

    Keyword: MDE

    Value: 0:

    1:

    2:

    Disable

    Connection in AdHoc mode,

    The printer creates a WiFi network with SSID congured in WSI0 (non secured

    or WEP available). Then set static IP.

    The printer connects to a WiFi network with SSID congured in WSI0.

    Example: Rwifi;MDE or Pwifi;MDE;2

    Escape sequence: Wireless LAN Communication Channel

    Keyword: WLCH

    Value: 1 to 13: When the wireless interface is congured to operate in Ad-Hoc mode,

    this parameter must be given a value between 1 and 13 that denes the

    channel to be used for beacon transmission.

    When the wireless interface joins an already existing Ad-Hoc network,

    it adopts that network‘s channel.

    Example: Rwifi;WLCH or Pwifi;WLCH;11

    Escape sequence: Wireless LAN Service Set Identier

    Keyword: WSI0

    Value: The destination Wireless LAN Service Set Identier (SSID) string. SSID required

    for communications with a specic WLAN Access Point (AP) or Ad-Hoc. The

    access point must be congured with the same SSID.

    Example: Rwifi;WSI0 or Pwifi;WSI0;Name_Of_SSID

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    Printer configuration using escape sequences

    Escape sequence: Wireless LAN Security Type Array

    Keyword: WST0

    Value: The Wireless LAN security type for each individual SSID in the array.

    0:

    1:

    2:

    3:

    4:

    105:

    106:

    No security

    WEP 64

    WEP 128

    WPA-PSK with TKIP encryption

    WPA2-PSK with TKIP or AES encryption

    WPA-TKIP Enterprise with EAP-TLS or PEAPMSCHAPv2. RADIUS

    Certication Verication will be skipped

    WPA2-AES Enterprise with EAP-TLS or PEAPMSCHAPv2. RADIUS

    Certication Verication will be skipped

    Example: Rwifi;WST0 or Pwifi;WST0;4

    Escape sequence: Wireless LAN WEP Key Array

    Keyword: WKY0

    Value: The Wireless LAN WEP keys in the 4-slot WEP key array.

    Value must be a Hexadecimal representation string, where each byte is described

    by 2 ASCII characters in the range [0‘..‘9‘], [A‘..‘F‘] or [a‘..‘f‘].

    When using 64-bit WEP (WST0=1), key may contain 10 characters (dening

    5 bytes). When using 128-bit WEP (WST0=2), key may contain 26 characters

    (dening 13 bytes).

    Example: Rwifi;WKY0 or Pwifi;WKY0;WepKey

    Escape sequence: Wireless Personal Shared Key Pass-Phrase

    Keyword: WPP0

    Value: The wireless LAN WPA-PSK pass-phrase.

    For WPA2, the WSEC parameter must be set as well. If WSI0 (SSID) is not

    empty, WPA-PSK security is enabled for WiFi connections and pass is used in

    generating the WPA-PSK encryption key. The allowed value for pass is an ASCII

    string containing 8-63 characters.

    Example: Rwifi;WPP0 or Pwifi;WPP0;WpaPassphrase

    Escape sequence: Domain and User name for WPA/WPA2 Enterprise mode

    Keyword: EUSN

    Value: Sets the login user name to be used for WPA/WPA2 Enterprise.

    This parameter takes effect following either a hardware or software reset only.

    A change to this parameter during the wireless interface operation does not

    affect the current connection.

    Example: Rwifi;EUSN or Pwifi;EUSN;Login_of_user

    Escape sequence: Password for WPA/WPA2 Enterprise mode

    Keyword: EPSW

    Value: Sets the password to be used for WPA/WPA2 Enterprise.

    This parameter takes effect following either a hardware or software reset only.

    A change to this parameter during the wireless interface operation does not

    affect the current connection.

    Example: Rwifi;EPSW or Pwifi;EPSW;Password_of_user

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    5 - Evolis printer configuration settings

    5.1 Access to the administration web page

    Each printer has an embedded web server which can be used to display conguration data.

    The administration page is reached by entering the IP address into your web browser. The address of the

    printer’s integrated web server is determined as follows:

    • The printer’s hostname must be entered in lower case.

    ° For example, for a printer having hostname «EVO_PR1_0023456», enter http://evo_pr1_0023456.

    ° The IP address may be entered if you don’t know the printer’s hostname, enter http://xxx.yyy.zzz.

    ttt (i.e. 192.168.2.13).

    If you don’t know the hostname or the IP address, please refer to the TCP/IP Protocol subsection of this

    section for further details on how the hostname is structured.

    5.2 Viewing the settings

    Some of this data can also be changed using this same interface.

    Two web pages display all the network settings. The tab “Network” to congure the TCP/IP parameters

    and the tab “Wireless” to congure the Wi-Fi parameters.

    5.2.1 Network

    Figure 6: Web interface - Network

    On the Network web interface, you can enable or disable the DHCP mode. When the DHCP mode is

    enabled, only IP Multicast eld can be lled.

    Other elds can be lled only if DHCP mode is disabled.

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    Evolis printer configuration settings

    5.2.2 Wireless

    Figure 7: Web interface - Wireless

    On the Wireless web interface, you can enable or disable the Wi-Fi. When the Wi-Fi is disabled, no eld

    can be lled.

    If the Wireless mode is enabled, usual wireless settings can be congured.

    When setting mode other than Disable, the wired connection becomes disable.

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    6 - Examples of printer configuration

    In this section, you will nd six conguration examples illustrating the settings to be congured, along

    with the search method and selection of the printer on the network.

    This list is not exhaustive, and your network administrator is free to contact

    your Evolis reseller for further information.

    6.1 Configuring a printer in DHCP mode, located on a sub-network

    Figure 8: DHCP mode configuration

    6.1.1 With the embedded web server

    1. Open the web server page.

    2. Click on Network tab.

    3. Check the DHCP checkbox to enable the DHCP mode.

    4. Click on Restart Network button.

    Figure 9: Web server (DHCP mode)

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    Examples of printer configuration

    6.1.2 With escape commands

    1. Open the Evolis Print Center and right-click on the printer you want to congure, then on properties.

    2. In the printer properties window, click on Maintenance.

    3. In Command eld, type sequentially:

    - Pip;dhcp

    - Snetw.

    - Check your conguration by typing Rip;1. The result should be: 192.168.2.13 Auto

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    6.2 Configuring a printer with a static IP address, on a subnet with WINS resolution

    Figure 10: Static IP configuration with WINS resolution

    6.2.1 With the embedded web server

    1. Open the web server page.

    2. Click on Network tab.

    3. Uncheck the DHCP checkbox to disable the DHCP mode.

    4. Complete the elds IP address and WINS, you also have to complete Subnet mask and Gateway

    elds.

    5. Click on Restart Network button.

    Figure 11: Web server (Static IP)

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    Examples of printer configuration

    6.2.2 With escape commands

    1. Open the Evolis Print Center and right-click on the printer you want to congure, then on properties.

    2. In the printer properties window, click on Maintenance.

    3. In Command eld, type sequentially:

    - Pip;192.168.2.13

    - Pews;192.168.1.2

    - Penm;255.255.255.0

    - Pegw;192.168.1.6

    - Snetw.

    - Check your conguration by typing:

    · Rip;1. The result should be: 192.168.2.13 Manual

    · Rews The result should be: 192.168.1.2

    · Renm The result should be: 255.255.255.0

    · Regw The result should be: 192.168.1.6

  • Examples of printer configuration

    Page 23

    6.3 Configuring a printer with a static IP address, on a subnet without WINS resolution

    Figure 12: Static IP configuration without WINS resolution

    6.3.1 With the embedded web server

    1. Open the web server page.

    2. Click on Network tab.

    3. Uncheck the DHCP checkbox to disable the DHCP mode.

    4. Complete the IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway elds.

    5. Complete the eld WINS with 0.0.0.0

    6. Click on Restart Network button.

    Figure 13: Web server (Without WINS resolution)

  • Page 24

    Examples of printer configuration

    6.3.2 With escape commands

    1. Open the Evolis Print Center and right-click on the printer you want to congure, then on properties.

    2. In the printer properties window, click on Maintenance.

    3. In Command eld, type sequentially:

    - Pip;192.168.2.13

    - Pews;0.0.0.0,

    - Penm;255.255.255.0

    - Pegw;192.168.1.6

    - Snetw.

    - Check your conguration by typing:

    · Rip;1. The result should be: 192.168.2.13 Manual

    · Rews The result should be: 0.0.0.0

    · Renm The result should be: 255.255.255.0

    · Regw The result should be: 192.168.1.6

  • Examples of printer configuration

    Page 25

    6.4 Configuring a printer in Wi-Fi mode - Ad hoc with no security

    6.4.1 With the embedded web server

    1. Open the web server page.

    2. Click on Network tab.

    3. Uncheck the DHCP checkbox to disable the DHCP mode.

    4. Complete the IP address and Subnet mask elds.

    5. Click on Wireless tab.

    6. Choose ad-Hoc in Mode eld.

    7. Complete the Channel and SSID elds and set the Security eld to None.

    8. Click on Restart Network button.

    Figure 14: Web server (Wi-Fi - Ad hoc)

    6.4.2 With escape commands

    1. Open the Evolis Print Center and right-click on the printer you want to congure, then on properties.

    2. In the printer properties window, click on Maintenance.

    3. In Command eld, type sequentially:

    - Pip;192.168.2.13

    - Penm;255.255.255.0

    - Pwifi;MDE;1

    - Pwifi;WLCH;#Channel (i.e. 11) where #Channel is the channel of WiFi signal (between 1 and 13).

    - Pwifi;WSI0;Name_Of_SSID (i.e. WiFiTest)

    - Pwifi;WST0;0

    - Snetw

    - Check your conguration by typing:

    · Rip;1. The result should be: 192.168.2.13 Manual

    · Rwifi;all You should verify that the previous parameters are correctly set.

  • Page 26

    Examples of printer configuration

    6.5 Configuring a printer in Wi-Fi mode - Access point with Wep 128 bits security and

    static IP adress

    6.5.1 With the embedded web server

    1. Open the web server page.

    2. Click on Network tab.

    3. Uncheck the DHCP checkbox to disable the DHCP mode.

    4. Complete the IP address and Subnet mask elds.

    5. Click on Wireless tab.

    6. Choose Access point in Mode eld.

    7. Complete the Channel and SSID elds.

    8. Set the Security eld to Wep_128 and complete the WEP Key eld (it may contain 10 or 26

    hexadecimal characters)

    9. Click on Restart Network button.

    Figure 15: Web server (Wi-Fi - Access point - Wep 128)

    6.5.2 With escape commands

    1. Open the Evolis Print Center and right-click on the printer you want to congure, then on properties.

    2. In the printer properties window, click on Maintenance.

    3. In Command eld, type sequentially:

    - Pip;192.168.2.13

    - Penm;255.255.255.0

    - Pwifi;MDE;2

    - Pwifi;WLCH;#Channel (i.e. 11) where #Channel is the channel of WiFi signal (between 1 and 13).

    - Pwifi;WSI0;Name_Of_SSID (i.e. WiFiTest)

    - Pwifi;WST0;0 to Disable security before send a new setting

    - Pwifi;WKY0;WEP_Key (i.e. wepkey1234) where WEP_Key may contain 10 or 26 hexadecimal

    characters

    - Pwifi;WST0;2

    - Snetw

    - Check your conguration by typing:

    · Rip;1. The result should be: 192.168.2.13 Manual

    · Rwifi;all You should verify that the previous parameters are correctly set.

  • Examples of printer configuration

    Page 27

    6.6 Configuring a printer in Wi-Fi mode - Access point with WPA-AES security and IP

    adress in DHCP mode

    6.6.1 With the embedded web server

    1. Open the web server page.

    2. Click on Network tab.

    3. Check the DHCP checkbox to enable the DHCP mode.

    4. Click on Wireless tab.

    5. Choose Access point in Mode eld.

    6. Complete the Channel and SSID elds.

    7. Set the Security eld to WPA2-PSK [AES] and complete the WPA Pass-Phrase eld (8 to 63

    characters).

    8. Click on Restart Network button.

    Figure 16: Web server (Wi-Fi - Access point - WPA-AES)

    6.6.2 With escape commands

    1. Open the Evolis Print Center and right-click on the printer you want to congure, then on properties.

    2. In the printer properties window, click on Maintenance.

    3. In Command eld, type sequentially:

    - Pip;dhcp

    - Pwifi;MDE;2

    - Pwifi;WLCH;#Channel (i.e. 11) where #Channel is the channel of WiFi signal (between 1 and 13).

    - Pwifi;WSI0;Name_Of_SSID (i.e. WiFiTest)

    - Pwifi;WST0;0 to Disable security before send a new setting

    - Pwifi;WPP0;Keyphrase (i.e. WPAPassphrase123456789) where Keyphrase contains 8 to 63

    characters

    - Pwifi;WST0;4

    - Snetw

    - Check your conguration by typing:

    · Rip;1. The result should be: 192.168.2.13 Auto

    · Rwifi;all You should verify that the previous parameters are correctly set.

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