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Private MIB

WARNING: This section is typically used by advanced administrators only.

OkiLAN 6200e SNMP support has been enhanced with a private MIB. It is accessible via SNMP over TCP/IP and IPX. This private MIB contains over 150 configuration and status variables for the network protocols, printer ports, network interfaceprinter settings, and the overall OkiLAN 6200e status. Printer status traps such as on-line, off-line, detached printer and printer error are also provided.

The setting of certain variables causes an immediate firmware reset. These variables are listed in the private MIB under cmdReset.

Note: If you attempt a reset while a job is printing, the job may not print successfully.

Certain variables are critical, that is, they change a fundamental operating parameter of the OkiLAN 6200e. These variables are saved by the OkiLAN 6200e but are not actually used until it is power cycled or is reset. When any one of these variables is changed the variable genConfigDirty is automatically set to yes by the print server. This signifies a reset is required for all configuration changes to be made active. We recommend checking the genConfigDirty variable after using a MIB browser to make any configuration changes to the OkiLAN 6200e. If genConfigDirty is set to yes, then the cmdReset variable should also be set to yes. This will cause the OkiLAN 6200e to reset, make all configuration changes active on the OkiLAN 6200e and set both the cmdReset and genConfigDirty variables to no. These critical variables are listed in the private MIB under genConfigDirty.

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