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OkiLAN 6200e Connect for DLC

OkiLAN 6200e Connect for Data-Link Control (DLC) provides a direct printing solution for users in Microsoft Windows 95/98/Me serverless environments with the DLC/LLC protocol. Print jobs printed through OkiLAN 6200e Connect are sent directly to the OkiLAN 6200e print server and not routed through the network server, resulting in a reduction of network traffic. OkiLAN 6200e Connect for DLC can be used to configure the print server, obtain status from the print server and printer, and send jobs to the printer.

System Requirements

To use OkiLAN 6200e Connect for DLC, your operating system must be Windows 95/98/ME and the Microsoft 32-bit DLC protocol must be installed.

Installation

To install OkiLAN 6200e Connect for DLC, follow the instructions below:

1.

Install OkiNet for DLC.

2.

When the installation is complete, click on Start, Settings and then Printers.

3.

Select the printer driver from which you would like to print with OkiLAN 6200e Connect, then select Properties from the File menu.

4.

Add an OkiLAN 6200e Connect port. This may be done by selecting Add Port under the Details tab.

5.

In the Add Port window, select the radio button labeled Other and select OKI OkiLAN 6200e Connect DLC Monitor as the type of port to add.

6.

Click OK. You will enter into the Add OkiLAN 6200e Connect Port screen where there will be a list of all OkiLAN 6200e print servers available on the local subnet.

7.

Select the OkiLAN 6200e print server port name and click the Add button.

8.

Click OK.

You will now be able to use OkiLAN 6200e Connect for DLC. Whenever you print to the printer configured with OkiLAN 6200e Connect, your print job will go directly to the OkiLAN 6200e print server port.

Port Settings

If you have printing problems while using the OkiLAN 6200e Connect printing port, you may check the status of the port. Select the Details tab on the Properties screen and then click the Port Settings button.

For more configuration options, click the Configure button.

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