weblink.ip.conn1.test.location
weblink.ip.conn1.test.location

weblink.ip.conn1.test.location

This command holds the URL for testing a connection to the internet. This is meant to assist users in debugging their printer's connection to remote servers when there are issues with the main weblink connection (conn1 or conn2).
The URL must follow the URL rules for the HTTP[S] protocol outlined in RFC2396 (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt).
^JUF, ^JUS, ^JUN, ^JUA
, and
device.restore_defaults
do not have any affect on this setting.

Setvar

To set the URL to hold for testing a connection:
! U1 setvar "weblink.ip.conn1.test.location" "url"
! U1 setvar "weblink.ip.conn2.test.location" "url"
Values
Any HTTPS URL up to 2048 characters
Default
"http://www.zebra.com/apps/linktest"

Getvar

To retrieve the printer's test connection URL:
! U1 getvar "weblink.ip.conn1.test.location"
! U1 getvar "weblink.ip.conn2.test.location"

Do

To set the URL to hold for testing a connection:
! U1 do "weblink.ip.conn1.test.location" "url"
! U1 do "weblink.ip.conn2.test.location" "url"
Values
Any HTTPS URL up to 2048 characters
Default
"http://www.zebra.com/apps/linktest"
Example
The test connection can assist the user in several ways/scenarios:
If the
test.test_on
value is set to
"failure"
, any time the main weblink (
conn[1|2].location
) connection fails to connect then the
test.location
URL will be used. In this situation, an attempt will be made to contact the remote URL in
test.location
, using authentication and proxy configuration that is specified by the main connection.
If the
test.test_on
value is set to
"interval"
an attempt will be made to contact the remote URL in
test.location
every
test.retry_interval
seconds, using authentication and proxy configuration that is specified by the main connection.
If the
test.test_on
value is set to
"both"
, then scenario 1 and 2 will both occur. This is useful for users who will use an HTTP connection to move through their firewall - and thereafter frequently refresh the connection to indicate to their firewall that there is still activity for the purpose of keeping the connection alive.