Printing a Configuration Page
If the status indicator turns solid orange due to an error and no configuration page is printed, your printer may be configured for PostScript operation. If so, you must re-configure your printer for standard ASCII mode so that the configuration page can be printed.
If you do not know the configuration of the OkiLAN 6200e or you think the configuration has been changed, use the following method for printing a configuration page:
With the network cable detached, attach the OkiLAN 6200e to a printer and power cycle the print server. When the OkiLAN 6200e powers up, it will detect the detached network cable and print a configuration sheet. If no configuration sheet is printed and the indicator has turned green, check the printer and verify it is ready to print. If you are using boot protocols (RARP or BOOTP) to assign the IP address, the IP address will be listed as Using network protocol (0.0.0.0) on the configuration page.