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Glossary
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14197L-005 10/100 Internal Print Server User Guide 11/12/2009
delete bytes This number is used to remove characters from the beginning of every job sent
to the logical printer. The value for delete bytes can range from 0 to 255.
dynamic A dynamic configuration, as the name implies, means that it changes. BOOTP and
DHCP offer time-based leases for the configurations they assign. Their changes depend on the
time-based lease, and how often the printer itself is offline and online again. A dynamic
configuration can include BOOTP or DHCP.
Ethernet A widely used local area network system based on the IEEE 802.3 standard.
firmware Software routines that are stored in ROM (Read Only Memory). This is typically
part of a device, such as a printer or 10/100 Internal PS.
FTP File Transfer Protocol, a TCP/IP-related protocol for transferring files between devices
on a network.
Flash memory A type of memory that allows read-and-write operations, but permanently
stores data when the power is turned off. Useful for storing firmware because it can be easily
updated by downloading new code.
gateway A device that converts one higher-level network protocol to a different higher level
protocol.
gleaning A temporary, local configuration option. Gleaning lets you add the address of the
device you want to configure to your local workstation’s ARP table. This configuration is not
permanent and is valid only from the workstation from which you entered the ARP
information. After the information is entered into the workstation’s ARP table, the user
follows up with a Telnet session to enter the information permanently. This configuration
option is used mostly by non-Windows workstations that cannot run the ZebraNet View
configuration utility.
IP Internet Protocol, a packet-based protocol used for delivering data across networks.
IP address A network address used by the TCP/IP protocol.
JetAdmin A Hewlett-Packard printer management program available for NetWare and
TCP/IP.
logical Refers to conceptual rather than physical. For example, a computer might have a
single physical connection to the network (an Ethernet adapter card), but could have logical
connections to several other devices on the network.
LPD LPD stands for Line Printer Daemon; it is the part that receives and processes the
request. A "daemon" is a server or agent.
MAC Address Media Access Control. Ethernet address that corresponds to the assigned IP
address.
name server A workstation on a TCP/IP network that provides a list of all workstations on
the network.
node A device connected to a network, such as a computer or print server.
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