E.4.3 Network Interfaces

E.4.3.1 Physical Network Interface

The EXAMPLE-PRINT-SERVER-MANAGEMENT supports a single network interface. One of the following physical network interfaces will be available depending on installed hardware options:

Table E.4.3-1. Supported Physical Network Interfaces

Ethernet 100baseT

Ethernet 10baseT


E.4.3.2 Additional Protocols

DHCP can be used to obtain TCP/IP network configuration information (e.g., own TCP/IP address, net-mask, default gateway, DNS server, etc). Support for DHCP can be configured via the Configuration Service/Installation Tool. . If DHCP is not in use, TCP/IP network configuration information can be manually configured via the Service/Installation Tool.

DNS can be used for address resolution. If DHCP is not in use, the identity of a DNS server can be configured via the Service/Installation Tool. If a DNS server is not in use, local mapping between hostname and TCP/IP address can be manually configured via the Service/Installation Tool.

E.4.3.3 IPv4 and IPv6 Support

This product supports both IPv4 and IPv6. It does not utilize any of the optional configuration identification or security features of IPv6.