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ZebraNet Utilities
ZebraNet Connect IP
11/12/2009 10/100 Internal Print Server User Guide 14197L-005
6. If the port you want to add is listed in the Ports Available on Local Subnet window, select
the port name. If the port you want to use is not listed, you can:
Select Cancel and repeat step 5 to rediscover the print servers.
In ZebraNet Connect, click the Locate Non-local Device button and enter the static
TCP/IP Address used for the 10/100 Internal PS.
7. Click Add.
8. To close the Printer Ports dialog, click Cancel.
9. To save the configuration, click OK.
Now you can use ZebraNet Connect. Whenever you print to the Windows printer configured
with ZebraNet Connect, your print job will go directly to the ZebraNet 10/100 Internal PS
port.
Windows 95/98/Me
To set up a 10/100 Internal PS port using Windows 95/Windows 98/Me, complete
these steps:
1. From the task bar, select Start > Settings > Printers.
2. Select the Windows printer that you want to print with ZebraNet Connect IP.
3. From the file menu, select File > Properties.
4. To add a ZebraNet Connect IP port, in the Details tab select Add Port.
5. From the Add Port dialog, select Other, and then select the ZebraNet Connect Monitor as
the type of port to add.
6. Click OK.
The Add ZebraNet Connect Port screen opens. There is a list of all 10/100 Internal PS
devices discovered on the network.
The TCP/IP monitor searches only the local subnet.
Note • The ZebraNet Connect for TCP/IP DHCP discovery feature relocates a
10/100 Internal PS device on the local subnet by its port name, even if the IP address
changes. This feature is enabled on the local subnet only. A non-local 10/100 Internal PS
device is not rediscovered if the IP address changes.
Note • Under Windows 95, you have to set up the printer for a local port first, and then
open Properties from the File menu and continue with the configurations.
Note • If ZebraNet Connect IP is not listed, verify that the software has been properly
installed.
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