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Printing with an OkiLAN 6200e Print Server

To configure the NetWare environment for printing to an OkiLAN 6200e print server, follow these steps:

1.

Install the OkiLAN 6200e hardware and connect the cabling. Instructions for hardware installation are found in your printer User's Guide.

2.

Create an OKI Print Server object. If you are unfamiliar with how to do this, see Creating a New OkiLAN 6200e Object.

3.

Open the OKI Print Server object’s Details dialog. This may be done by double-clicking on the OKI print server icon in the NDS tree or by selecting Details from the File menu.

4.

If your OkiLAN 6200e supports both PServer and NPrinter mode, there are several factors to consider when choosing which mode to use. See Selecting PServer or RPrinter/NPrinter Mode for more information. From the Identification page, select either PServer or NPrinter mode. If you select NPrinter mode, skip to Step 11.

5.

From the Assignments page, choose the Port # associated with the printer to which the queue will print.

6.

Select Assign.

7.

Select or create a NetWare Printer object from the Printer/Queue Assignments dialog.

8.

Select or create a NetWare Print Queue object from the Printer/Queue Assignments dialog.

9.

Select OK to save your printer and queue selections.

Note: To load balance print queue jobs, repeat steps 5 through 9 for another port. Create a new printer object for the OkiLAN 6200e port and then select the same print queue object. This will allow multiple printers to service a single print queue.

10.

From the Assignments page, select OK to save changes. If you have selected PServer mode, you have completed all necessary steps. Continue to Configuring the OkiLAN 6200e Using OkiNet for NDS.

11.

Select or create a NetWare Print Server object from the Assignments page.

12.

Select a port to configure from the Assignments page, then select Assign.

13.

Select or create a NetWare Printer object from the Printer/Queue Assignments dialog.

14.

Select or create a NetWare Print Queue object from the Printer/Queue Assignments dialog.

15.

Select OK to save your printer and queue selections.

16.

From the Assignments page, select OK to save changes.

17.

From the file server, restart the PSERVER.nlm.

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