This article explains the various embedded web server (EWS) options found under Settings > Intervention Management.
Some printers with this capability:
- Lexmark S 31x, 41x and 51x Series
- Lexmark Pro 71x and 91x Series
- Lexmark Pro 4000 Series
- Lexmark Pro 5000 Series
An x denotes any number within a given printer model series.
NOTE: Not all EWS settings are available on every printer model. Check your printer's Web page for equivalent settings of those described in this article.
What is an embedded Web server
The easiest way to understand this concept is to imagine that the printer is hosting its own web site.
This web server (site) is stored in the printer's memory, and you view this web site using a Web browser* application.
*Internet browser applications such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Mozilla Firefox.
How to access
Enter the printer's IP Address into your Web browser's URL (address) field.
Click here if you need additional help locating your printer's IP address.
HINT: After you successfully open your printer's Web page, it is recommended that you save it as a Favorite or Bookmark for easy access later.
When to use
Normally, the device refreshes every 15 seconds to display the current state of the printer. The Refresh option allows you to force the device to refresh before the normal 15 second interval.
The Reset Printer option may be useful in situations where the printer has become inoperable for one reason or another.
How to get to these settings via "Printer Home"
- Open the Printer Home application located under Start > Programs(All) > Lexmark.
- Locate and click on Settings, or click on the Configure your printer below it.
- If you clicked on Settings, you can now click on Configure your printer.
- Click on the EWS's Settings menu option.
- Click on Intervention Management.
NOTE: This is an ideal way to navigate to these settings if you have no desire to obtain your printer's IP address.
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Still Need Help?
If you require additional assistance, please see Contact information. NOTE: When calling for support, you will need your printer model/machine type and serial number (SN).
Please be near the product(s) described in this article to expedite the support process and reduce call-back situations.