Fuji Xerox Phaser 5500 User Guide

Enabling or Using TCP IP or AppleTalk for Mac OS X Version 10 1 and Higher

Enabling or Using TCP IP or AppleTalk for Mac OS X Version 10 1 and Higher

Macintosh
Phaser® 5500 Laser Printer
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Enabling or Using TCP/IP or AppleTalk for Mac OS X, Version 
10.1 and Higher
Requirements
Verify that you are running Mac OS X, version 10.1. The previous versions of Mac OS X do 
not fully support PostScript printing and printer features.
Setting Up the Macintosh Ethernet Port for TCP/IP or AppleTalk
Perform the following procedure to set up your Macintosh for TCP/IP:
1.
Select Network from the System Preferences application, then select TCP/IP.
2.
Select Built-In Ethernet from the Active Ports menu.
3.
Specify how you will obtain the IP address from the TCP/IP tab:
Manually: Specify the IP address, Subnet Mask, Router Address, and Name Server 
Address in the dialog box.
DHCP: Automatically finds the IP address.
AppleTalk: Select the AppleTalk tab, then verify that the Make AppleTalk Active 
box is selected.
4.
Close the dialog box.
For more information, go to the table of 
infoSMART Knowledge Base documents
 at the end of 
this section.
Creating an LPR Printer with Mac OS X, Version 10.1 and Higher
1.
Open the Print Center utility. In Mac OS X, version 10.3 or higher, the utility is called 
Printer Setup. The utility is located in a directory called Utilities in the Applications 
directory.
2.
Select Add Printer, then select LPR Printers Using IP from the pull-down menu.
3.
Enter the printer’s IP address or host name in the LPR Printer’s Address field. 
4.
Enter PS (use upper-case) in the Queue field, then click OK. 
5.
Select the appropriate PPD from the list in the Printer Model drop-down list. If your 
printer PPD is not listed, install it from the Printer Installer and Utilities CD-ROM.
6.
Click Add to complete the configuration.
Creating an AppleTalk Printer with Mac OS X, Version 10.1 and Higher
1.
Verify that AppleTalk is enabled in System Preferences.
2.
Open the Print Center utility. In Mac OS X, version 10.3 or higher, the utility is called 
Printer Setup. The utility is located in a directory called Utilities in the Applications 
directory.
3.
Select Add Printer, then select AppleTalk from the pull-down list.
4.
Select the appropriate zone.
5.
Select your printer from the list provided.