^NS
^NS

^NS

Use this command to change the wired print server network settings.

Change Wired Networking Settings

Format:
^NSa,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i
Parameters
Details
a
= IP resolution
Values:
A = ALL
B = BOOTP
C = DHCP AND BOOTP
D = DHCP
G = GLEANING ONLY
R = RARP
P = PERMANENT
Default:
A
Use of GLEANING ONLY is not recommended when the Wireless Print Server or Wireless Plus Print Server is installed
b
= IP address
Values:
Any properly formatted IP address in the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx format.
c
= subnet mask
Values:
Any properly formatted subnet mask in the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx format.
d
= default gateway
Values:
Any properly formatted gateway in the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx format.
e
= WINS server address
Values:
Any properly formatted WINS server in the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx format.
f
= connection timeout checking
Values:
Y =
Yes
N =
No
Default:
Y
g
= timeout value
Time, in seconds, before the connection times out.
Values:
0
through
9999
Default:
300
h
= ARP broadcast interval
Time, in minutes, that the broadcast is sent to update the device’s ARP cache.
Values:
0
through
30
Default:
0
(no ARP sent)
i
= base raw port number
The port number that the printer should use for its RAW data.
Values:
1
through
65535
Default:
9100
Example:
^XA ^NSa,192.168.0.1,255.255.255.0,192.168.0.2 ^XZ
Comments:
For the Xi4, RXI4, ZM400/ZM600, and RZ400/RZ600 printers, Zebra recommends that you use the
^ND
command instead of the
^NS
command.