Lexmark Network Card SCTNE- user manual

User manual for the device Lexmark Network Card SCTNE-

Device: Lexmark Network Card SCTNE-
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Date of adding : 2013-06-08 19:06:38
Number of pages: 313
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Card for IPDS and SCS/TNe -
SCS/TNe Emulation User’s Guide
Getting Started
SCS/TNe in a Thank you for purchasing the Card for IPDS and SCS/TNe.
LAN
The card provides high quality IBM host connectivity print output.
environment
With the appropriate print server and host software, your printer or
Multifunction Product (MFP) becomes an IBM host workstation
printer capable of printing IPDS or SCS documents from an iSeries,
AS/400, or mainframe. For a more detailed product description, see
“Sp

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Character String (SCS) jobs over the LAN and for formatting the way SCS jobs are printed. Unless otherwise specified, references to the AS/400 host also cover the iSeries host. If you need information on the IPDS emulation provided in the Card, please refer to the separate IPDS Emulation User’s Guide. Information on how to install the Card is in separate documenta- tion shipped with your printer. If you need basic information on your printer and how to use it, please refer to the printer’s

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• Lexmark X466dte, X466dtwe • Lexmark X651de, X652de • Lexmark X654de, X656de • Lexmark X658de • Lexmark X734de, X736de, X738de • Lexmark X860de, X862de, X864de IMPORTANT: Unless otherwise stated, the term printer in this manual refers to both printers and MFPs. Required LAN Connection To use the SCS/TNe Emulation, the printer must have one of the fol- lowing LAN connections: • Standard Network for connection to an Ethernet LAN (also called STD Net). • MarkNet internal print server (Ethernet

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Support Customer If you cannot find answers in this guide about using the SCS/TNe emulation, refer to the web site below. Support If you need to update your Standard Network, MarkNet internal print server, or SCS/TNe firmware, go to http://support.lexmark.com. You may also contact your point of purchase or your local Lexmark office. Support: Customer Support 4

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Important Configuration Basics Introduction SCS/TNe MENU options settings can be changed and saved in three ways: IMPORTANT: Unless otherwise noted, the term • Use the control panel (“Understanding the Control printer refers to printers and MFPs, and the term Panel” on page 10 - which also contains all basic control panel refers to operator panels and touch information on types of settings). screens on these types of products. • Work with the settings remotely using a browser (“Remote Conf

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All of these descriptions include the available options and their val- ues. What are “IDB On many of the descriptions you may notice the use of terms like IDB events, IDB options, IDB values, IDB User Parameters, IDB Options”, “IDB Language, etc. Refer to “IDB Basics” on page 248 for additional events etc.? information. Note that in most cases, only technical specialists need to understand and use IDBs. Setup Options Setup Options vs. Printer Setup Changes to the option settings under the SC

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IMPORTANT: Settings you choose in the SCS print job may override the user Restoring the factory defaults using the printer default settings displayed in the printer operator panel. menu Restore Default option does not affect the SCS/TNe MENU settings. This guide discusses setting up the SCS/TNe Emulation and chang- ing the SCS/TNe Emulation settings. Printer Setup Options Changes to printer settings under the various printer menus, such as Paper Menu and Settings, will affect the way PostSc

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Understanding the Control Panel Introduction This chapter introduces the SCS/TNe MENU options as well as illustrating how how the control panel works. Printers and MFPs dif- fer, so both operator panels on printers and touch screens on MFPs are illustrated here. If you are familiar with the use of the control panel, skip this chapter, but we recommend familiarizing yourself with the contents of “Remote Configuration Using a Browser” on page 24 before pro- ceeding with installation setups. D

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Printer operator Access the SCS/TNe Emulation options and settings from the oper- ator panel SCS/TNe MENU. To reach the menu: panel Accessing the SCS/TNe 1 From a Ready status, press the MENU button . on the operator panel. This opens the menu index in the operator menu panel’s screen. 2 Use the navigation buttons or to scroll through the main menus displayed on the screen. 3 Each time you press a navigation button, the on-screen checkmark moves to indicate the choice that will be ac

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When you select an option, you will always be alowed to scroll through the list of values presented. Numerical entries can be done either by scrolling or by using the numeric pad. Several examples of how to use the operator panel to select and store new values are shown below. The section “Selecting a New Value as a Setting” on page 12 shows all details, while the following two sections discuss slight differences. User-selected default settings remain in effect until you save new settings

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In this example, you are going to change the Country Code for TN3270. 1 Navigate to TN3270E SETUP. Press the Select button. SCS/TNe MENU COMMON SETUP TN3270E SETUP TN5250E SETUP 2 Navigate to SCS OPTIONS. Press the Select button. TN 3270 SETUP NETWORK SCS OPTIONS TEST OPTIONS Understanding the Operator Panel: Printer operator panel 13

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3 Navigate to MISC SETTINGS. Press the Select button. SCS OPTIONS MISC SETTINGS Cor APO Sett TEST OPTIONS 4 Navigate to the Country Code option. Press the Select button. MISC SETTINGS Format Ctrl Sup Country Code Skip Blank Page Understanding the Operator Panel: Printer operator panel 14

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5 The displays shows the the currently active setting (in this example English (US). The currently active setting is marked with an asterisk *, and in this example, it just happens to be factory default. If you want to change the setting, for example to Fin/Swe, use the navigation buttons to move down through the list. When the on-screen checkmark is next to the desired setting. press the Select button Country Code English (US) Fin/Swe Fin/Swe (alt) 6 While the prin

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7 When the setting is saved, the display will revert to the previous menu level. MISC SETTINGS Format Ctrl Sup Country Code Skip Blank Page If you want to check the value of a setting, press the Select button again. You will see an asterisk * beside Fin/Swe to show it is the current active setting. Press the Back button in order to leave the screen without changing the setting. 8 If you need to make additional changes within the same menu group - such as MISC SETT

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Changing a Text String The method for changing a text string is actually the same as that for selecting a value, because you select the letters from pre-pro- grammed lists. What is special is that the value you select consists of several fields. For example, if you select MENU > Option Card Menu > SCS/TNe MENU > TN5250E SETUP > CONNECTION #1 > SERVER 1 INFO > MSGQ 1 Name, you see the following display: MSGQ 1 Name Q S Y O P R The currently editable character i

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Changing a Numerical If you choose a menu item that has a numerical value, you can usu- ally choose between scrolling just as you would to select any value, Setting or using the numerical pad. If the setting has more than one field, navigate as shown in “Chang- ing a Text String” on page 17. Understanding the Operator Panel: Printer operator panel 18

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MFP Touch Access the SCS/TNe Emulation options and settings from the oper- ator panel SCS/TNe MENU. To reach the menu: Screen Accessing the SCS/TNe 1 Make sure that the printer is on and the Ready message appears. menu 2 Touch the key icon (Menus) on the operator panel 3 Touch or to scroll through the main menus displayed on the screen. 4 Touch Option Card Menu. 5 Now you will see a list of options. Touch SCS/TNe MENU. The same method is used to scroll through lists of menus and options. As

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Several examples of how to use the operator panel to select and store new values are shown below. The section “Selecting a New Value as a Setting” on page 20 shows all details, while the following two sections discuss slight differences. User-selected default settings remain in effect until you save new settings or restore the factory defaults. All saved options become active on the next host session. Selecting a New Value as a To select a new value Setting 1 Navigate to the SCS/TNe MENU a

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6 Now you will see a list of options.Touch or to scroll to the desired item. In this example locate and touch Country Code. 7 The currently active setting, in this example English (US), is always presented first. Touch or to scroll through the settings until you see the item you need. 8 Touch (Submit) to save changes. NOTE: If you just want to check the active setting of an option without making changes, touch (Back) and no changes will be saved. 9 While the printer is saving the setting,

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3 Select the "abc 123" tab above the keyboard. If you select any other tab, the LU Name will not be recognized by the host. 4 Use the Keyboard to enter the LU Name. 5 Touch Enter (on some MFPs touch Submit) when you have completed the name. The screen returns to the previous menu level. 6Touch (Submit) to save changes. Changing a Numerical Example: If you select Menus > Option Card Menu > SCS/TNE Menu > TN3270e Setup > Network Setup > Server Info > Keep Setting Alive Time, you will see the


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