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Running OkiNet for OS/2

Before you can print via the OkiLAN 6200e, you must first add a local printer port to your OS/2 server.

1.

Select the Network Printing Tools folder on the OS/2 desktop or in the Desktop Manager.

2.

Select the OkiNet for OS/2 utility icon.

3.

Select OK. The ESI Print Server Status Screen will display. From the Configure menu, select Add Local Port.

4.

Select a print server and port. Print servers are identified by serial number. (You will find the serial number for your OkiLAN 6200e on the enclosure.) The port is indicated by P1, P2, P3, or P4. Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the available print servers on the network.  

5.

Enter a local port name. Highlight the entry field labeled Local Port Name, and enter a name that will help you identify the local printer port. The name must begin with “\PIPE\”, which is provided by default. It can be up to eight characters long (excluding “\PIPE\”) and must follow OS/2 file naming conventions.

6.

Select Add. Selecting Cancel exits without adding a local printer port.

7.

Repeat these steps for all print server ports you are configuring.

8.

Exit OkiNet for OS/2.

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