Scenario Two
Scenario Two

Scenario Two

In this scenario, the printer is configured to not perform a Mirror Update function at start-up. It is configured to perform a Mirror Feedback operation at start-up and thereafter at every 60 minutes.
When the 60 minutes elapses, the printer will attempt to make a FTP connection to the server address 10.14.5.133. If the FTP connection is successful, the printer will attempt a Feedback operation, uploading the resulting Feedback file to the "/all_feedback" directory on the server. After the initial Feedback operation, subsequent Feedback operations will occur at an interval of 60 minutes.
Using the command set in the example below, for the printer to attempt any Mirror Update operation unless the
"ip.mirror.fetch"
command is sent to the printer.
This example shows a Mirror configuration command set. Each line item of the command set is identified with a number. For details on each line item, see the table below.
10 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.auto" "off" 20 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.username" "printer" 30 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.password" "printer" 40 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.server" "10.14.5.133" 50 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.path" "/all_printers/s4m/role1" 60 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.feedback.auto" "on" 70 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.feedback.path" "/all_feedback" 80 ! U1 SETVAR "ip.mirror.feedback.freq" "60"
10
Configures the printer to not perform a Mirror Update operation at start-up
20
Configures the FTP Server "user name" for the printer to use
30
Configures the FTP Server "password" for the printer to use
40
Configures the FTP server address the printer should make a FTP connection to.
50
If the FTP connection is successful, the printer should attempt to perform an Update operation using this root directory.
60
Configures a printer to automatically perform a Mirror Feedback operation at start-up.
70
Configures the printer to upload the resulting Feedback file to the designated directory on the server.
80
Configures the printer to attempt a Feedback operation every 60 minutes.