In the NoTouch Center, select the Hub on which you want to create a printer. Click on Add Printer to initially assign a printer name.
The following properties can be configured below:
|ID||identification number of the printer (in the ThinPrint Client), see the ThinPrint Engine manual on print servers|
|Host Name||network printer address (IP address, hostname or FQDN)|
|Printer Port||communikation via TCP/IP
communikation via LPR
communikation via USB
|Printer TCP Port||port via which the printer is addressed. Only used if “TCP/IP” is selected in the Printer Port property.|
|Custom Printer LP Options||queue name (of the LPD)|
|Windows Printer Driver Name||printer driver name
(information field for Management Services)
Renaming or deleting Printers
Select the printer to be renamed. You can then rename the printer by clicking Rename.
In the same mask, you can also delete the printer by clicking Delete.
Global SNMP settings
In NoTouch Center, select the ThinPrint Hub you want to configure and select the Global SNMP Settings submenu item. Here you can configure the following items.
|Printer Monitoring||enabling or disabling the printer monitoring via SNMP|
|SNMP Version||SNMP 1 and 2c
Simplest but least reliable way to send status queries to printers. Only a common community name is required for the setup (default is Public), which is transmitted in plain text.
|Community Name||default: Public
Specification of a network/community under which printers respond to requests. This community name has to be stored for all printers you want to monitor.
Only relevant for SNMP 1 and 2c.
|User Name||user name which is to be used for authentication|
|Authentication Type||Choice between 2 authentication types
• MD5 (only recommended for test purposes only)
|Authentication Passphrase||password which is to be used for authentication at the printer via SNMP|
|Privacy Type||Choice between 2 encryption types
• AES (optional)
|Privacy Passphrase||password which is to be used for encrytion of the SNMP queries (optional)|
|Enable SNMP Proxy||By enabling the SNMP proxy, you can send SNMP queries to the Hubs and obtain status information on the connected printers.|