Look at the information in the first link:
... the instructions for setting the printer’s IP address are there.
I couldn’t get my printer online with a wired connection (standard ethernet or crossover), but by chance I thiught to connect it via my wireless router. Perhaps you will be able to get it to work - if you do please let me know by posting a reply here.
I managed to run the printer by Ethernet connection to the router and Line Printer Daemon .... now the printer works but I cant choose the tray of the press (for example in the print dialog of Photoshop)
in the window "add printer" in Lion I entered the IP of the printer, but in "print options" generic postscript printer "
thanks again aid, I have to work with this printer, i'm very in trouble
Are you using the GCC printer driver? I’m using the file supplied on the CD that came with the printer (Elite_XL_20_600.ppd driver version 3.31) which I have copied to:
root > Library > Printers > PPDs > Contents > Resources > GCC
There is a simple text version in the same location. I was then able to select the .ppd driver when configuring within Print & Scan.
If you don’t have the driver I could email you the files. Let me know.
I have the original CD version 3:33, but with Lion I can not open it ..
I tried to download it from the GCC (GCC-1.img PPD Installer) and there is the same problem, I can not open it (the image should be converted obsolete)
If you would be able to send me the ppd file I would be very grateful
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ps: i open the file but its old (vise installer) in lion i cant install
I'm coming into this 2 years too late, but I am trying to get my MacBook Pro (OSX9.2) talking to my GCC Elite XL 20/600 directly via eithernet cable.
IP address: 192.168.1.6
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Printer IP: 192.168.1.010
Through luck & https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2594156?start=0&tstart=0 , I have managed to get them talking (printer proxy says: PS file spooling & sending to printer... printer say: PS file receiving, blah blah blah).
The when it gets to 100%, the PS file just disappears & nothing prints out!
Is the file too big to print (66mb) or is it a comms problem?
Or should I connect them via my old Netgear router?
Any help gratefully received.