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How to Print the Network and Printer Settings Page on the Z1400 & Z1500 Series Inkjet Printer; A Brief Explanation of Its Values

Document ID:HO3151
 
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Problem

Network settings page values; Quality settings page; Obtain printer code values;

Solution

Before you begin

IMPORTANT! If you have an active USB cable connection, disconnect the USB cable from the back of the printer before performing this procedure. Turn the printer ON .

  • This printer does not support simultaneous wireless and USB connections.
  • If you perform this procedure with the USB cable connected to the printer, you will print out the Printer Settings page only.
     

 

Procedure: Printing out the Settings Pages

 

Step Action
1
Press the power button to put the printer into power saver mode.
 
2 Observe the power button light strobe blink and the Wi-Fi light indicator turn OFF .
 
3
Press
and hold the power button for 10-15 seconds.
 
4 Observe the power button light turn ON  and the Wi-Fi light indicator turn .
 
5


Two pages will print:

1st page – the  Printer Settings Page
2nd page – the Network Settings Page

 

 

Printer Settings Page: Values of importance


Setting Value
Code Level MCC_J012207_01, or MCC_J021307_01
Page Count Pages printed or advanced through the paper path
Nozzle Test Illustration

Note: The colored portion of the nozzle test consists of multiple rows of short lines not depicted in this illustration. All lines should be consistent and without abnormal gaps.
 

 

Network Settings Page: Values of importance


Setting Default Value Configured Values (Example)
Status Not Connected Connected
Bitrate 0 Mbps (Mega bits per second) 11 Mbps (Ad hoc)
Theoretical values up to 54 Mbps and up (Infrastructure).
End-of-Job (EOJ) 90 sec. 90 sec.
UAA (MAC Address) 12-digit hexadecimal hardware address. Unique hardware address used as an identifier during configuration and setup of printer. 00200002CD60
Firmware Version NET.MH.N021a current as of 4/4/07 NET.MH.N021a current as of 4/4/07
Password Not set

Not set

Note: This value can be set through the printer's embedded Web server (EWS), also called the printer's web page. 

TCP/IP  

 

Active On On
Enable DHCP On On
Address Source Manual DHCP (could also show Auto IP or Manual)
Address

Address assigned by (DHCP-enabled) access point.

If unable to obtain a DHCP administered address, Auto IP will assign a 169.254.#.# .

e.g., 192.168.0.100

Note: The IP address number varies per router or access point used.

Netmask 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.# (most common) or 255.255.0.0 if Auto IP (ad-hoc value).
Gateway IP address of router or wireless router, i.e.  http ://192.168.0.1 or similar.  This value is often used to access your router's web page. 192.168.0.1 
Zero Configuration Name Unknown Relates to Macintosh installation.
Wireless    
BSS Type Ad hoc (computer-to-printer). This value will change to Infrastructure after configuration with access point. Commonly known as your connection type or mode. Infrastructure
SSID Print Server (02CD60*)
* This value is unique to each individual printer.  Your value will be different. Notice that this value is the last six characters of the UAA (MAC address).
macdaddy3  (This is after configuration with an access point.)
Wireless Security Mode Disabled until configured. WPA-PSK (optionally WEP, WPA2)
Signal Strength Not listed -40dBm 
Current Access Point Not listed 0080C80A2236 (MAC address of the access point the print server is communicating with.)
Current Channel Not listed 6
Quality Not listed Excellent
Pairwise Cipher Not listed TKIP (Part of PSK Security Mode)
Groupwise Cipher Not listed TKIP (Part of PSK Security Mode)
Trouble Code Can't find Wireless Network None

 

Still need help?


Please contact Lexmark Technical Support if you need additional assistance. NOTE: When calling for support, you will be asked for your machine/model type and serial number (SN).

Please call from near the printer in case the technician on the phone asks you to perform a task involving the printer.

 



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