All External 10/100 Print Servers
Internal 10/100 Print Servers on all Xi III Plus Series, Pax4 Series, 105SL, ZxM Plus, S4M, and R110Xi & 170Xi.
(The Internal 10/100 on the ZMx00 Series does not use the parallel port.)
The Zebra Print Server 10/100 supports 4 different modes of parallel communications.
Note: The printer and print server negotiate a
parallel port mode at start up. By default, they will try and negotiate the highest
mode possible. What that highest mode is depends on the printers capabilities.
If the selected mode is not supported, the print server will use the highest
performance mode possible.
You can also enable or disable Zebra Link.
The 4 modes are:
Parallel Port Mode:
Zebra Link Mode:
Zebra Link is considered Viewing IP settings on the LCD, Printer Alerts, Printer Management via ZebraNet Bridge and Printer Web Pages.
Enabled 1284.4 or Disabled 1284.4
Zebra Link allows the printer and printer server to communicate. This does create some overhead.
If you are experiencing throughput issues it is recommended to disable Zebra Link to see if performance improves.
1. Telnet to Print Server's IP address from DOS/command line. i.e. C:\ telnet x.x.x.x
2. Log in with your password. The default is 1234.
3. Select option 6, Configure Port.
4. To change Parallel Port Mode Choose option 1. To change Zebra Link mode choose option 2.
5. If you chose Option 1. Configure Parallel Port Mode you will see the following options.
6. If you chose Option 2. Configure Zebra Link you will see the following options.
7. After making changes, press Enter until you are prompted to save your changes by choosing Y or N.
1. Go to the Print Server's Configuration page.
2. Select Output Port Configuration.
3. From here you can configure port as needed.
Last Updated 02/13/2004
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