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DocuCentre-II 3005/2055/2005

Network Administrator Guide


Microsoft, Windows NT, and Microsoft Network are trademarks or registered trademarks of
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other countries.
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Fuji Xerox is not responsible for any breakdown of machines due to infection of computer
virus or computer hacking.

Important
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may not be copied or modified in whole or part, without the written consent of the
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4. Never attempt any procedure on the machine that is not specifically described in this
manual. Unauthorized operation can cause faults or accidents. Fuji Xerox is not liable for
any problems resulting from unauthorized operation of the equipment.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents .............................................................................................. 1

1 Before Using the Machine .............................................................................. 7


Preface .............................................................................................................. 8
Using This Guide............................................................................................... 9
Related Information Sources ........................................................................ 9
Organization of This Guide ......................................................................... 10
Conventions................................................................................................ 11

2 Product Overview.......................................................................................... 13
Machine Components ..................................................................................... 14
Overview of Features ...................................................................................... 18
Print ............................................................................................................ 18
CentreWare Internet Services .................................................................... 19
Scan ........................................................................................................... 20
E-mail.......................................................................................................... 21
iFax ............................................................................................................. 21
Tools................................................................................................................ 22
Power On / Off................................................................................................. 24
Powering On ............................................................................................... 24
Powering Off ............................................................................................... 25
Interface Cables .............................................................................................. 26
Using the Parallel Interface......................................................................... 26
Using the USB Interface ............................................................................. 26
Using the Ethernet Interface ....................................................................... 27
Control Panel................................................................................................... 28
Internal Fonts .................................................................................................. 30

3 Installation When Using Parallel Port.......................................................... 33


Preparations .................................................................................................... 34
Installation Procedure...................................................................................... 34
Installation Overview................................................................................... 34
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 34
Configuration on the Computer................................................................... 35

4 Installation When Using USB Port............................................................... 37


Preparations .................................................................................................... 38
Installation Procedure...................................................................................... 38
Installation Overview................................................................................... 38
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 38
Configuration on the Computer................................................................... 39

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5 Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100) ....................................... 41
Preparations.................................................................................................... 42
Installation Procedure ..................................................................................... 42
Installation Overview .................................................................................. 42
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 42
Configuration on the Computer .................................................................. 44

6 Installation When Using NetWare................................................................ 45


Preparations.................................................................................................... 46
Installation Procedure ..................................................................................... 46
Installation Overview .................................................................................. 46
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 47
Configuration on the Computer .................................................................. 49

7 Installation When Using Microsoft Network (SMB).................................... 51


Preparations.................................................................................................... 52
Installation Procedure ..................................................................................... 52
Installation Overview .................................................................................. 52
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 52
Configuration on the Computer .................................................................. 53

8 Installation When Using Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).......................... 55


Preparations.................................................................................................... 56
Installation Procedure ..................................................................................... 56
Installation Overview .................................................................................. 56
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 56
Configuration on the Computer .................................................................. 57

9 Installation When Using EtherTalk .............................................................. 59


Preparations.................................................................................................... 60
Installation Procedure ..................................................................................... 60
Installation Overview .................................................................................. 60
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 60
Configuration on the Computer .................................................................. 61

10 Using CentreWare Internet Services ........................................................... 63


Preparations.................................................................................................... 64
Installation Procedure ..................................................................................... 64
Installation Overview .................................................................................. 64
Configuration on the Machine..................................................................... 64
Confirmation of the Configuration............................................................... 66
Network Setting Items (Port/Protocol) for CentreWare Internet Services ....... 67
Ethernet ...................................................................................................... 68
Parallel........................................................................................................ 69
USB ............................................................................................................ 70

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EtherTalk .................................................................................................... 71
SMB ............................................................................................................ 72
NetWare...................................................................................................... 73
TCP/IP ........................................................................................................ 74
LPD............................................................................................................. 76
SNMP ......................................................................................................... 77
IPP .............................................................................................................. 79
Port 9100 .................................................................................................... 80
E-mail.......................................................................................................... 81
SMTP.......................................................................................................... 86
POP3 .......................................................................................................... 87
HTTP .......................................................................................................... 88
WebDAV ..................................................................................................... 89
Bonjour ....................................................................................................... 90

11 E-mail.............................................................................................................. 93
E-mail Overview .............................................................................................. 94
Preparations .................................................................................................... 95
Installation Procedure...................................................................................... 97
Installation Overview................................................................................... 97
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP .............................................................. 97
Configuring E-mail Environment ................................................................. 98

12 Using the Scan Service............................................................................... 103


Scan Service Overview ................................................................................. 104
Configuration of E-mail.................................................................................. 105
Preparations ............................................................................................. 105
Installation Overview................................................................................. 105
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP ............................................................ 105
Configuring E-mail Environment ............................................................... 106
Configuration of Scan to Mailbox .................................................................. 111
Installation Overview................................................................................. 111
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP ............................................................ 111
Registering a Mailbox ............................................................................... 113
Configuration of Network Scanning (Job Template Scanning)...................... 116
Preparations ............................................................................................. 116
Installation Overview................................................................................. 116
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP ............................................................ 116
Configuring the SNMP Port ...................................................................... 117
Configuration on a Computer.................................................................... 118
Configuration of Scan to PC.......................................................................... 119
Preparations ............................................................................................. 119
Installation Overview................................................................................. 119
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP ............................................................ 120
Configuration on the Computer................................................................. 121

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Configuration of the Job Flow ....................................................................... 122
Installation Overview ................................................................................ 122
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP ............................................................ 122
Configuring the SNMP Port ...................................................................... 123
Configuration on the Computer ................................................................ 124

13 Using the iFax Service................................................................................ 125


iFax Overview ............................................................................................... 126
Preparations.................................................................................................. 126
System Requirements for the Machine .................................................... 126
Installation Procedure ................................................................................... 127
Installation Overview ................................................................................ 127
Enabling the Port and Setting TCP/IP ...................................................... 127
Configuring the E-mail Environment......................................................... 128
Testing iFax .............................................................................................. 132

14 Using the Server Fax Service..................................................................... 133


Server Fax Overview..................................................................................... 134
Preparations.................................................................................................. 134
System Requirements for the Machine .................................................... 134
Installation Procedure ................................................................................... 135
Installation Overview ................................................................................ 135
Fax Settings.............................................................................................. 135
Setting the Server Fax Feature ................................................................ 136

15 Security ........................................................................................................ 139


Security Service Overview ............................................................................ 140
Communication Security Service.............................................................. 140
Scan File Security Services...................................................................... 140
Configuration of HTTP Communication Encryption ...................................... 141
Installation Overview ................................................................................ 141
Configuration on the Machine................................................................... 141
Configuration on a Computer ................................................................... 142
Configuration of E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature .................................... 144
Installation Overview ................................................................................ 144
Configuration on the Machine................................................................... 144
Configuration on a Computer ................................................................... 146
Configuration of Scan File Signature (PDF/DocuWorks Signature).............. 147
Installation Overview ................................................................................ 147
Configuration on the Machine................................................................... 147
Configuration on a Computer ................................................................... 148

16 Problem Solving.......................................................................................... 149


SMB .............................................................................................................. 150
Troubleshooting........................................................................................ 150

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Notes and Restrictions.............................................................................. 151


NetWare ........................................................................................................ 154
When you cannot print.............................................................................. 154
When "Switch the machine off" is displayed............................................. 156
When the print output is not as you expected........................................... 156
When no notification is received ............................................................... 157
TCP/IP........................................................................................................... 158
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 158
Notes and Restrictions.............................................................................. 160
EtherTalk ....................................................................................................... 162
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 162
Notes and Restrictions.............................................................................. 162
Bonjour .......................................................................................................... 164
Notes and Restrictions.............................................................................. 164
CentreWare Internet Services ....................................................................... 165
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 165
Scanner Features.......................................................................................... 166
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 166
Notes and Restrictions.............................................................................. 166
E-Mail Features ............................................................................................. 168
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 168
Internet/Intranet Connection.......................................................................... 169
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 169
Notes and Restrictions.............................................................................. 171

Index ................................................................................................................... 173

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1 Before Using the Machine

This chapter describes how to use this guide.


z
Preface .........................................................................................................8
z Using This Guide ..........................................................................................9
1 Before Using the Machine

Preface

Thank you for selecting the Fuji Xerox DocuCentre-II 3005/2055/2005 (hereafter
Before Using the Machine

referred to as "the machine").


This guide describes a number of configuration procedures for using this machine on
a network.
This guide assumes that the operator has a basic knowledge of the operating
environment of the personal computer in use, networking environments, and how to
operate a personal computer. Please read this guide thoroughly to obtain the best
performance on the machine. After reading this guide, be sure to keep it handy for quick
reference. It will be useful in case you forget how to perform operations or if a problem
occurs with the machine.
Refer to the User Guide for the machine operation, clearing paper jams, daily
1 maintenance, setting various items and safety information. For details about optional
accessories, also refer to the guide provided with each optional accessory.

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Using This Guide

Using This Guide

This section describes the organization of this guide.

Before Using the Machine


Related Information Sources
We provide the following guides for optimum usage of the machine.

Included Manuals
Several manuals are included with this product. They are referred to as accompanying
manuals.
These accompanying manuals include descriptions on configurations and operation of
the product.
The following manuals are included with the machine.
1
„User Guide
Describes all the necessary steps for copy/print/scan/fax, clearing paper jams, daily
care, setting the various items and safety information.

„Network Administrator Guide (this guide)


Aimed toward network administrators, as a guide to setting up the network
environment.

„Quick Reference Guide


Introduces the basic operations of the machine, as well as daily management and
maintenance.

„Manual (HTML)
A guide to installing print drivers, configuring the printer environment, etc. This manual
is included in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.

Guides for Optional Accessories


Optional accessories are also available for the machine. User Guides are provided with
the optional accessories exclusively for the DocuCentre-II 3005/2055/2005. These
User Guides are referred to as "guides for optional accessories". Guides for optional
accessories are provided in two forms, as printed or as On-line Help.
Guides for optional accessories describe all the necessary steps for operating optional
accessories and installing software.

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1 Before Using the Machine

Organization of This Guide


This guide consists of the following chapters.
Before Using the Machine

„ 1 Before Using the Machine


Describes the organization of this guide.

„ 2 Product Overview
Describes basic information such as identifying the major components, how to switch
the machine on and off, and how to use the touch screen.

„ 3 Installation When Using Parallel Port


Describes how to install the machine using a parallel interface.

1 „ 4 Installation When Using USB Port


Describes how to install the machine using a USB interface.

„ 5 Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)


Describes how to install the machine using the TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100) protocol.

„ 6 Installation When Using NetWare


Describes how to install the machine to a NetWare network.

„ 7 Installation When Using Microsoft Network (SMB)


Describes how to install the machine to a Microsoft Networks (SMB).

„ 8 Installation When Using Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)


Describes how to install the machine to enable Internet printing.

„ 9 Installation When Using EtherTalk


Describes how to install the machine to an EtherTalk network.

„ 10 Using CentreWare Internet Services


Describes how to use the CentreWare Internet Services.

„ 11 E-mail
Describes how to use the E-mail feature on this machine.

„ 12 Using the Scan Service


Describes how to use the scan service on this machine.

„ 13 Using the iFax Service


Describes how to use the iFax service on this machine.

„ 14 Using the Server Fax Service


Describes how to use the Server Fax service on this machine.

„ 15 Security
Describes how to use services using the communication security function on this
machine.

„ 16 Problem Solving
Describes how to solve the problems you may encounter.

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Using This Guide

Conventions
z In this document, “Computer” refers to a personal computer or workstation.
The following terms are used in this guide.

Before Using the Machine


z

Important Indicates important information that you should read.


Note Indicates additional information on operations or features.
z
The following symbols are used in this guide:
" " : Cross-references in this guide, messages displayed on the
touch screen, and input strings
[ ] : • The names of the screens, tabs, buttons, features, and
options displayed on the touch screen
• The names of the menus, windows, dialog boxes, buttons
and other items displayed on computer monitors 1
< > button : Hardware buttons on the control panel
< > key : Keys on computer keyboards
z Orientation of documents or paper is described in this guide as follows:
, ,Long Edge Feed (LEF) : Loading with one of the long edges of the document
or paper.
, ,Short Edge Feed (SEF): Loading with one of the short edges of the document
or paper.

LEF Orientation SEF Orientation

Paper feed direction Paper feed direction

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2 Product Overview

This chapter describes machine’s basic information such as component names,


available features and tools, how to switch on and off, cable connections, and
how to use the touch screen.
z
Machine Components.................................................................................14
z Overview of Features..................................................................................18
z Tools ...........................................................................................................22
z
Power On / Off ............................................................................................24
z
Interface Cables..........................................................................................26
z
Control Panel ..............................................................................................28
z
Internal Fonts..............................................................................................30
2 Product Overview

Machine Components

This section describes the main components and functions of the machine.

1
Product Overview

2
8 3
4
9
5
10
6
2 7

No. Component Function


1 Duplex automatic Automatically feeds 2 sided originals from a stack.
document feeder (optional) Note • In this manual, the duplex automatic document feeder is abbreviated as
“document feeder”.
2 Control panel Consists of operation buttons, LED indicators and a touch screen.
Refer to "Control Panel" (P.28).
3 Exit 2 Tray (optional) Printed or copied documents are delivered with the printed side facing
down.
4 Center output tray Printed or copied documents are delivered with the printed side facing
down.
Note • When the Exit 2 Tray is installed on the machine, the center output tray
is referred to as "center tray - lower".
5 Power switch Switches the power of the machine on/off.
6 Front cover Opened to replace consumables.
7 Tray 1 - 2 Accommodates papers.
Tray 3 - 4 (optional)
8 Side Tray (optional) Printed or copied documents are delivered with the printed side facing up.
9 Duplex module (optional) Automatically prints or copies on the both sides of paper.
10 Tray 5 (Bypass) Used for loading non-standard paper (thick-stock paper, and other
special media) that cannot be loaded in the Trays 1 to 4.

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Machine Components

„Internal Components



Product Overview


!

"
2

No. Component Function


11 Document glass Originals are loaded.
12 Document feeder glass Scans documents loaded on the document feeder.
13 Toner cartridge Contains toner (image forming powder).
14 Drum cartridge Contains a photo conductor for transfer toner.

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2 Product Overview

„Tandem Tray Module + B-Finisher

15

16

21 17
Product Overview

18

22
19
20

2
No. Component Function
15 B-Finisher (optional) Allows you to staple printed or copied documents.
Note • In this manual, the B-Finisher is abbreviated as “finisher”.
16 Finisher top cover button Pressed to open the upper cover of the finisher when clearing paper
jams.
17 Finisher tray Stapled documents are delivered.
18 Front cover Opened to clear staple jams, or replace staples.
19 Staple cartridge Contains staples.
20 Stand Connects the machine and the finisher.
21 Finisher transport cover Opened to clear paper jams.
22 Tray 3 - 4 (optional) Accommodates papers.

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Machine Components

LINE4

30
LINE2

29
TEL LINE1

28

Product Overview
27

23

24
25
26
2

No. Component Function


23 Parallel interface connector Connected to a computer using a Centronics standard interface cable.
24 10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX Connected to a network cable.
connector
25 USB 2.0 interface Connected to a USB cable.
connector
26 <RESET> button Automatically turns the power off when detecting current leakage.

„Telephone Line Connectors

Name on the Name on the


No. Function
machine cover touch screen
27 TEL - Used to connect an external telephone.
Note • Do not connect other fax machines.
28 LINE 1 Line 1 Connected to a public telephone network.
29 LINE 2 Line 2 Connected to a public telephone network.
(optional)
30 LINE 4 Line 4 Connected to a public telephone network.
(optional)

Note • Fax features are not available for some models. An optional package is required. For
information, contact our Customer Support Center.

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2 Product Overview

Overview of Features

The following features are provided in a network environment.


z
Print
z
CentreWare Internet Services
z Scan
z E-mail
Product Overview

z iFax

Print
This section describes the environment where the machine is able to provide print
services.

2 This machine can be used as a local printer by directly connecting to a computer, or as


a network printer when connecting to a network.
Enable the necessary port using the control panel.

Via Internet
IPP Local connection
USB

Network connection
LPD/ SMB/ Port9100/ EtherTalk

Network connection
NetWare/ Windows shared printer

Server

Using as a Local Printer


When using as a local printer, the machine can be connected by the following methods.
z
Parallel : Used to connect the machine with a computer using a parallel interface
cable.
z
USB : Used to connect the machine with a computer using a USB interface
cable.

Using as a Network Printer


When using as a network printer, the machine can be connected by the following
methods.
z
LPD : Used when communicating with the machine using the TCP/IP protocol.
z NetWare : Used when sharing the machine using a NetWare server.
The NetWare Kit (optional) or Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional) is
required.
z SMB : Used when printing through Microsoft Networks.

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Overview of Features

z
IPP : Used when printing through the Internet.
z Port 9100:Used when using the port 9100 port.
z EtherTalk:Used when printing from Macintosh machines. Adobe PostScript 3 Kit
(optional) is required.

Supported Operating Systems

Connection Local
Network connection
method connection

Product Overview
USB Port Ether
Port Parallel
2.0
LPD NetWare*8 SMB IPP
9100 Talk

TCP/ TCP/ IPX/ Net TCP/ TCP/ TCP/ Apple


Protocol - - IP IP SPX BEUI IP IP IP Talk

Windows 95 O O*2 O O O O O*2


Windows 98
Windows Me
O
O
O*1, 7
O*1
O*2
O*2
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O O
O*2
O*2
2
Windows NT
O O O O O O
4.0
O Windows
O O*1 O O O O O O O
S 2000
Windows XP O O*1 O O O O O O
Windows
O O*1 O O O O O O
Server 2003
UNIX O*4
Macintosh O*1,3,6 O*3,5 O*3

*1: The computer must be equipped with a USB 2.0 port.


*2: Use our TCP/IP Direct Print Utility for Windows 95/98 and Windows Me.
*3: Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional) is required.
*4: Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional) and a Unix filter are required to print PostScript
data.
*5: Supports Mac OS X 10.2.x/10.3.3 to 10.4.3 only.
*6: Supports Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2.2, and Mac OS X 10.2.x/10.3.9/10.4 to 10.4.6 only.
*7: Supports Windows 98SE or later.
*8: NetWare Kit (optional) or Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional) is required.

For detail information on network environments, refer to the manual in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD
Kit.

CentreWare Internet Services


CentreWare Internet Services provides services such as displaying the status of the
machine and jobs, and altering configurations using a web browser in a TCP/IP
environment.
For setting as a printer, the properties screen of the services allows users to configure
the system settings and port settings for each network that are otherwise operated on
the touch screen on the machine.

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2 Product Overview

The following are functions offered under each tab within CentreWare Internet Services
when the machine is enabled with the Internet Services (HTTP) port.

Tab name Main function


Status z Displaying the machine status
Displaying the status of the paper trays, output trays and consumables
such as toner cartridges.
z Linking to the copyright screen.
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Jobs z
Displaying a list of jobs and job history, and deleting jobs.
Print/Scan z Job Submission
Allows you to specify and print a file stored on your computer.
z Mailbox
Allows you to register and set mailboxes.
z Job Flow Sheets
Allows you to register and set job flow sheets.
z
Job Template

2 Properties z
Allows you to create, edit, and delete job templates.
Displaying and setting the following items:
Machine information and configuration such as memory and a print
language, usage counters, paper trays, paper, power saver mode,
Address Book, PKI (Public Key), mail notice, authentication/auditron
administration, user details, Xerox Standard Accounting, remote
authentication server/directory service, Internet Services, proxy server,
and port status.
z Port settings
z
Protocol settings
z
Emulation settings
z
Memory settings
z
Report settings
Support z
Displaying support information
z
Displaying error history information
z System administrator settings
z
Pool server settings
z
Audit log

Scan
The following scan services are available:
Note • This feature does not appear for some models. An optional package is necessary. For
details, contact our Customer Support Center.

„E-mail
Scanned documents can be converted into an electronic format and transmitted via e-
mail.

„Scan to Mailbox
Scanned documents are saved into a mailbox.
When the machine is connected to a TCP/IP network, scanned documents in a mailbox
can be retrieved from a computer connected to the network.

„Network Scanning (Job Template Scanning)


A job template is a configuration file for defining scanning conditions. You can apply a
template to a scanned document on the machine. The scanned document will be saved

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Overview of Features

as files on the machine and then sent automatically to computers (servers) such as
SMB servers connected to the network.

„Scan to PC
When the machine is connected to a network which can use either the FTP or SMB
protocol, the scanned documents can be saved on a network computer.

„Job Flow Sheet


Scanning is performed according to a job flow.

Product Overview
E-mail
The following E-mail services are available:
Note • This feature does not appear for some models. An optional package is necessary. For
details, contact our Customer Support Center.

„E-mail
Scanned documents can be converted into an electronic format and transmitted via e-
mail.
2
„E-mail Printing
E-mail with attachments in either TIFF, JPEG, or PDF format can be sent to the
machine from computers. Received e-mail will be automatically printed.

„Consumables Status Notice


E-mail containing contents (status of consumables, paper, and replaceable parts, etc.)
set in [Mail Notice Settings] of CentreWare Internet Services is sent to a specified
recipient. You can properly determine when to replace toner and drum cartridges by
receiving their status periodically.

„Job Completion Notice


When a computer has submitted a job to the machine, its completion can be notified by
e-mail.

iFax
You can send and receive data scanned by the machine as e-mail attachments via a
corporate network or the Internet. This feature differs from regular faxes in that you do
not need to transmit data via a telephone line.
Note • This feature does not appear for some models. An optional package is necessary. For
details, contact our Customer Support Center.

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2 Product Overview

Tools

The following tools are provided with this machine. Available settings vary depending on
the tool.

„Control Panel
The control panel is located at the center on top of the machine. It consists of operation
buttons, LED indicators and a touch screen.
The touch screen is located at the center of the control panel. Messages required for
Product Overview

operation and feature buttons are displayed on this display. You can directly touch the
buttons and tabs displayed in the touch screen to set features or to instruct operations
in screens.

„CentreWare Internet Services


CentreWare Internet Services provides services such as displaying the status of this
machine as a printer and its print data, altering configurations and operating on
mailboxes using a web browser in a TCP/IP environment.
2 For setting as a printer, the properties screen of the services allow users to configure
the system settings and port settings for each network that are otherwise operated on
the touch screen on the machine.

„Tools in the Driver CD Kit


Various tools such as print drivers and software for easy installation of print drivers are
included in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.
EasyOperator allows you to print or send documents via fax by dragging and dropping
files with a mouse. Also, this tool enables the remote operation of mailbox registration
and scan configuration.
If you use Document Monitor, when a print job is submitted from a computer, the
machine status such as out of paper, toner low, paper jams, starting and completing
the job, will be displayed. It also allows the users to confirm the print data processing
status, and to pause, restart, and stop the print jobs.

„ApeosWare EasyAdmin
ApeosWare EasyAdmin is a tool to reduce the management tasks for printers, faxes,
and scanners. It allows users to centrally configure multiple items on multiple devices
from a computer.
Note • ApeosWare EasyAdmin is an optional.

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Tools

The relation of the tools and their configurable items are as follows:
Note that the description in this manual is focused on the configuration from the
control panel.

CentreWare
Tools in the ApeosWare
Item Control Panel Internet
Driver CD Kit EasyAdmin
Services

Enabling a port U (IP Address


O O Setting Tool/ U
LPD only)

Product Overview
Setting an IP O O (IP Address O
O
address (change only) Setting Tool) (change only)
Configuring the e-
U O X U
mail environment
Registering a O
O O O
mailbox (EasyOperator)
Address book
Confirming printer
O

U
U

O
X
O (Document
O

X
2
status Monitor)
Confirming print
X O O X
data (job) status
Setting
O U X O
authentication
Setting personal
authentication O O X O
information

O : Configurable U : Partly configurable X : Not configurable

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2 Product Overview

Power On / Off

Turn on the power before operating the machine.


The machine is ready for operation within 24 seconds after the power is turned on. The
time may vary depending on the machine configuration.
Turn the machine off at the end of the day or when it is not in use for a long period of
time. If you want to reduce power consumption, use the power saving feature.
Important • Switching off the power of the machine may cause loss of data being processed.
Product Overview

For information on the power saving feature, refer to "Power Saver Mode" in Chapter 2 of the User
Guide.
Note • When the power is turned off, all functions of the machine will stop. Do not turn the
machine off if it is used all day for receiving faxes.

Powering On
2 The procedure for turning on the power is as follows.

1 Press the power switch to the [ | ]


position to turn the power on.
Note • The “Please wait...”
message indicates that the
machine is warming up.
The machine cannot be
used during warming up.

Note • When the power does not


come on, check if the
power cord is plugged into
the power outlet and the
<RESET> button is in a <RESET> button
reset state (button is
pressed in).

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Power On / Off

Powering Off
The procedure for turning the power off is as follows.
Important • Turning off the power of the machine may cause loss of data being processed.

1 Before turning the power off, make sure that all copy or print jobs have completely
finished. Also, make sure that the <Online> indicator is not lit.
Important • Never turn the power off in the following instances:
- While data is being received
- While jobs are being printed

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- While jobs are being copied
- While jobs are being scanned
2 Press the power switch to the [ ] position.
Important • Power off processing is performed internally on the machine for a while after the power
switch is turned off. Therefore, do not unplug the power cord from the power outlet
immediately after turning the power switch off.
Note • Before you turn the power back on after turning it off, wait 20 seconds.
2

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2 Product Overview

Interface Cables

When connecting the machine directly to a computer, use either the parallel interface
or USB interface. When connecting to a network, use the Ethernet interface.

Using the Parallel Interface


This section describes the installation procedure for the parallel interface.
Note • When connecting with a computer using parallel interface, our parallel interface cable
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(optional) is required. For information on accessories, refer to "Optional Components" in


"Chapter 17 Appendix" in the User Guide.

1 Ensure that the machine is off.


2 Insert the connector of the interface
cable into the machine’s parallel
interface connector and fasten it
2 with the clips on either side of the
connector.
Parallel

3 Connect the other end of the


interface cable to a computer.
4 Switch on the machine.
5 Restart the computer.
For details of setting items, refer to "Installation When Using Parallel Port" (P.33).

Using the USB Interface


The USB interface supports USB 2.0.
This section describes the installation procedure for the USB interface.

1 Ensure that the machine is off.


2 Connect the USB interface cable to
the USB 2.0 interface connector on
the side of the machine.
USB 2.0
3 Connect the other end of the USB
interface cable to a computer.
4 Switch on the machine.
5 Restart the computer.
For details of setting items, refer to "Installation When Using USB Port" (P.37).

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Interface Cables

Using the Ethernet Interface


The Ethernet interface supports the following 2 types.
z
100BASE-TX
z 10BASE-T
This section describes the installation procedure for the Ethernet interface.

1 Ensure that the machine is off.


2 Connect the network cable to the

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Ethernet interface connector.
Note • Prepare a network cable Ethernet
suitable for your network
connection. When changing
the network cable, consult our
customer engineers.

3
2
Switch on the machine.

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2 Product Overview

Control Panel

The following describes the names and functions of components on the control panel.

1 2 34 5 6 7 8 9

001 002 003 016 017 018


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004 005 006 019 020 021 1 2 3 10


007 008 009 022 023 024 4 5 6 11
010 011 012 025 026 027 7 8 9 12
013 014 015 028 029 030 0 #
13
C

2 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14

No. Component Function


1 Contrast dial Adjusts the contrast of the touch screen. Use this dial to enhance or
decrease the contrast.
2 Touch screen Displays messages required for operation and buttons for various
features. You can directly touch the touch screen to instruct operations
and set features.
3 <Online> indicator Lights when the machine is sending or receiving data to or from a client.
4 <Job in Memory> indicator Lights when data is stored in the machine's memory.
You can check stored documents in [Stored Documents List]. For
information on [Stored Documents List], refer to "Print Report/List"
under "Chapter 13 Machine Status" in the User Guide.
5 <Job Status> button Press this button to confirm or cancel currently executing or completed
jobs, or to confirm or print saved documents.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Job Status> button.
6 <Review> button Press this button to open the [Review] screen. In this screen, you can
check a list of the status of copy, fax and scan features whose settings
have changed from the defaults. You can also check the destination
information for sending faxes and e-mail.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Review> button.
7 <Machine Status> button Press this button to confirm the machine status and meters, check the
state of consumables, and print reports.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Machine Status> button.
8 <Log In/Out> button Press this button to display the user ID input screen for System
Administration mode or Login Setup/Auditron Administration.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Log In/Out> button.
9 <Power Saver> button If the machine is not operated for a while, the machine's power
consumption is lowered to enter the power saver mode. In the power
saver mode, this button lights up. To cancel the power saver mode,
press this button again.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Power Saver> button.

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Control Panel

No. Component Function


10 <Clear All> button Returns the statuses of all displayed services to their default values.
The machine will be reset to this state after it is turned on.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Clear All> button.
11 <Interrupt> button/indicator Press this button to temporarily stop a continuous copy job or printing to
give another job higher priority. During an interrupt, the interrupt
indicator lights up. Pressing the <Interrupt> button again cancels the
interrupt and the previous operation is resumed.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Interrupt> button.

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Some jobs cannot be executed during the interruption. For detail
information, refer to "Notes and Restrictions on the Interrupt Mode"
under "Chapter 17 Appendix" in the User Guide.
12 <Stop> button Press this button to stop the current copy job or communications.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Stop> button.
13 <Start> button Press this button to start copying or scanning.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Start> button.
14 Numeric keypad Press these buttons to enter the number of copies, passwords and other
numerical values. 2
In this manual, these buttons are indicated as the “numeric keypad”.
15 <Speed Dial> button Used to specify a destination phone number for fax or e-mail.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Speed Dial> button.
16 <C (Clear)> button Press this button if you have entered the wrong numerical value with the
numeric keypad.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <C> button.
17 <Dial Pause> button Used to insert a pause into a destination number.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <Dial Pause> button.
18 <Custom> buttons Used to call their associated features.
(<Copy>, <Custom 2>, To the buttons, you can assign [Language] or any features displayed on
<Custom 3> buttons) the [All Services] screen.
For information on assigning features to buttons, refer to "Screen/Button
Settings" under "Chapter 11 System Settings" in the User Guide.
19 <All Services> button Used to display the [All Services] screen.
In this manual, this button is indicated as the <All Services> button.
You can change the features that appear in the <All Services> screen.
For detail information, refer to "Screen Defaults" in "Chapter 11 System
Settings" in the User Guide.
20 One touch button panels Panels for one touch buttons.
You can leaf through panels to display 001 to 030, 031 to 060, and 061
to 070. M01 to M20 are reserved for the stored programming feature.
These buttons correspond to jobs registered in 01 to 20.
Note • This feature is not available for some models. An optional package is
necessary. For more information, contact our Customer Support
Center.
21 One touch buttons Used to specify a destination in one operation. These buttons are
available for fax and iFax.
The one touch buttons are associated with address numbers 001 to
070.

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2 Product Overview

Internal Fonts

The following fonts are available as standard.


Refer to the manual in the PostScript Driver Library CD-ROM for the PostScript fonts.

Stroke fonts • European Stroke fonts


(for PCL5 and HP-GL/2)
Outline Euro- ESC/P Roman
fonts pean Sans Serif
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PDF Arial Courier Bold Italic


Arial Italic Symbol
Arial Bold Times New Roman
Arial Bold Italic Times New Roman Bold Italic
Courier ITC Zapf Dingbats
Courier Italic GoldSEMM
Courier Bold Gold SAMM

2 PCL CG Times
CG Times Italic
CG Times Bold
Times New Bold
Times New Bold Italic
Symbol
CG Times Bold Italic Wingdings
Univers Medium Line Printer
Univers Medium Italic Times Roman
Univers Bold Times Italic
Univers Bold Italic Times Bold
Univers Medium Condensed Times Bold Italic
Univers Medium Condensed Helvetica
Italic Helvetica Oblique
Univers Bold Condensed Helvetica Bold
Univers Bold Condensed Italic Helvetica Bold Oblique
Antique Olive CourierPS
Antique Olive Italic CourierPS Oblique
Antique Olive Bold CourierPS Bold
CG Omega CourierPS Bold Oblique
CG Omega Italic SymbolPS
CG Omega Bold Palatino Roman
CG Omega Bold Italic Palatino Italic
Garamond Antiqua Palatino Bold
Garamond Kursiv Palatino Bold Italic
Garamond Halbfett ITC Bookman Light
Garamond Kursiv Halbfett ITC Bookman Light Italic
(Default): Courier ITC Bookman Demi
Courier Italic ITC Bookman Demi Italic
Courier Bold Helvetica Narrow
Courier Bold Italic Helvetica Narrow Oblique
Letter Gothic Helvetica Narrow Bold
Letter Gothic Italic Helvetica Narrow Bold Oblique
Letter Gothic Bold New Century Schoolbook Roman
Albertus Medium New Century Schoolbook Italic
Albertus Extra Bold New Century Schoolbook Bold
Clarendon Condensed New Century Schoolbook Bold Italic
Coronet ITC Avant Garde Book
Marigold ITC Avant Garde Book Oblique
Arial ITC Avant Garde Demi
Arial Italic ITC Avant Garde Demi Oblique
Arial Bold ITC Zapf Chancery Medium Italic
Arial Bold Italic ITC Zapf Dingbats
Times New
Times New Italic

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Internal Fonts

KO PCL5 Muyngio Graphic


Gothic Kungso
R- Gothic Saemmul
KS Muyngio T-Myungio
Gothic T-Gothic
R- Gothic TR-Gothic
Graphic T-Graphic
Kungso T-Kungso
Saemmul T-Saemmul
TC PCL5 ShuSong

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SC PCL5 ShuSong
ESC/P-K

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3 Installation When Using
Parallel Port

This chapter describes how to install the machine when using the parallel
interface.
z
Preparations ...............................................................................................34
z
Installation Procedure .................................................................................34
3 Installation When Using Parallel Port

Preparations

Prepare the following items to install the machine when using a parallel interface.
z
Parallel interface cable
Installation When Using Parallel Port

z
Parallel port
z CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit (provided with the machine)

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
The machine can be connected directly to a computer using a parallel interface cable.
Other computers on the same network can also print via the computer that the machine
is connected to.
The following is the configuration procedure to use a parallel interface.

3 z
Configuration on the machine
Configuring the parallel port on the machine.
z Configuration on the computer
Installing a print driver.

Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure to use a parallel interface on the
machine.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Connect a parallel interface cable to the parallel interface connector on the machine.
2 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.
1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is "11111". When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is "x-admin".
3) Select [System Settings].
3 Enable the parallel port.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [Parallel], and select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].

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Installation Procedure

4 Configure the following items as necessary.


z Print Mode
Configure the print language on the machine to match the received data.
z
PJL
Enable when receiving a job using PJL commands.

Installation When Using Parallel Port


The PJL commands are independent of any print languages. A print language used
in the next data can be set independently of the current print language.
z
Auto Eject Time
Configure the time that the data so far received by the machine will automatically be
printed since data is no longer sent to the printer.
z Adobe Communication Protocol
Configure the protocol defining the communication method between PostScript
printers and a host.
z Bi-directional Communication
Configure the parallel port for either half duplex transmission or full duplex
transmission.
Note • Adobe Communication Protocol can be configured when Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional) is
installed. 3
• Leave the default settings unchanged for general use. Some items, however, may be
required to be changed depending on the operating system on the computer.
5 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
6 Select [Exit].
7 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the parallel port is
enabled.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
8 Turn off the computer.
9 Connect a parallel interface cable to the parallel interface on the computer.
10 Restart the computer.

Configuration on the Computer


The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.
In order to print from the machine, the computer needs to have a print driver installed.
For information on the supported OS, refer to "Supported Operating Systems" (P.19).
For information on the driver installation procedure, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of
the Driver CD Kit.

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4 Installation When Using USB
Port

This chapter describes how to install the machine when using a USB interface.
z
Preparations ...............................................................................................38
z
Installation Procedure .................................................................................38
4 Installation When Using USB Port

Preparations

Prepare the following items to install the machine when using a USB interface.
z
USB cable
z
CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit (provided with the machine)
z USB port
z Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional: when using Macintosh)
Installation When Using USB Port

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
The machine can be connected directly to a computer using a USB cable.
The following is the procedure to use a USB interface.
z
Configuration on the machine
Configuring the USB port on the machine.
z
Configuration on the computer

4 Installing a print driver.

Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure to use a USB interface on the
machine.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
• To print binary data by using a USB interface, set [Adobe Communication Protocol] to
[RAW].
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Display the USB port configuration screen.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [USB], and select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].

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Installation Procedure

3 Configure the following items as necessary.


z Print Mode
Configure the print language on the machine to match the received data.
z
PJL
Enable when receiving a job using PJL commands.
The PJL commands are independent of any print languages. A print language used
in the next data can be set independently of the current print language.
z
Auto Eject Time

Installation When Using USB Port


Configure the time that the data so far received by the machine will automatically be
printed since data is no longer sent to the printer.
z Adobe Communication Protocol
Configure the protocol defining the communication method between PostScript
printers and a host.
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the USB port is
enabled.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
4
Configuration on the Computer
The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.
In order to print from the machine, the computer needs to have a print driver installed.
For information on the supported operating systems, refer to "Supported Operating Systems" (P.19).
For information on the driver installation procedure, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of
the Driver CD Kit.
You can also print from a Macintosh using USB. You will need optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit. Refer
to the manual contained in the CD-ROM provided with the kit for the print driver installation procedure.

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5 Installation When Using
TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)

This chapter describes how to install the machine when using a TCP/IP (LPD/
Port 9100) protocol.
z
Preparations ...............................................................................................42
z
Installation Procedure .................................................................................42
5 Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)

Preparations

Prepare the following items to install the machine when using a TCP/IP (LPD/Port
9100) protocol.
z
TCP/IP network environment
z
CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit (provided with the machine)
Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)

z Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional: when using Macintosh)

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
The machine can be connected to a computer using a TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)
protocol.
The following is the procedure to use a TCP/IP(LPD/Port 9100) protocol.
z Configuration on the machine
Configuring TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100) on the machine.
z
Configuration on the computer
Installing a print driver.

5 Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure to use a TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)
protocol on the machine. Enable a LPD Port/Port 9100 port, then assign an IP address.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services or IP Address
Setting Tool included in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable either the LPD port or the Port 9100 port as appropriate. In this example, the
LPD port is enabled.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [LPD], and select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.

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Installation Procedure

3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].

Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)


3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (clear) button and enter again.
• When you want to move to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [save/select
next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not want to set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
5
8) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
4 If the operating system on the client is MacOS X v10.2 or later, the discovery feature
that automatically detects printers on the IP network can be enabled.
Note • [Bonjour] can be set when Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.
• In order to print from a printer detected by [Bonjour], the LPD port must be activated in
advance.
1) Select [Port Settings].
2) Select [Bonjour] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
4) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
5) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
6 Select [Exit].
7 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the LPD port is
enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
Configure other LPD settings as necessary. Refer to "LPD" (P.76) for the LPD configuration. Also if
using Port 9100, configure the Port 9100 as necessary. Refer to "Port 9100" (P.80) for the Port 9100
configuration.

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5 Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)

Configuration on the Computer


The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.
In order to print from the machine, the computer needs to have a print driver installed.
For information on the supported operating systems, refer to "Supported Operating Systems" (P.19).
For information on the driver installation procedure, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of
the Driver CD Kit.
You can also print from a Macintosh using TCP/IP (LPD). You will need optional Adobe PostScript 3
Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)

Kit. Refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM provided with the kit for the print driver installation
procedure.

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6 Installation When Using
NetWare

This chapter describes how to use the machine when using a NetWare network.
z
Preparations ...............................................................................................46
z
Installation Procedure .................................................................................46
6 Installation When Using NetWare

Preparations

Prepare the following items to install the machine when using a NetWare network.
z
NetWare server
z
TCP/IP or IPX/SPX network environment
z CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit (provided with the machine)
z NetWare Kit (optional) or Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional)

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
Installation When Using NetWare

The machine supports a PServer mode both for the NetWare Directory Service and
Bindery Service. The PServer mode enables the machine to function as a print server
and to capture print jobs in the print queue to output. The printer created for the
machine consumes one file server license.
Note • The machine does not support a Remote Printer (RPrinter) mode.
• You can use the machine as a printer in a NDPS environment by using a Novell NDPS
Gateway. When using in a NDPS environment, settings of the machine to be used under a
NetWare print environment are required. Or, you need to enable LPD in advance and set it
as a gateway destination in a Novell NDPS Gateway setup. However, attribute information
that can be set or captured by NDPS is not supported.

„Supported interfaces
z 100BASE-TX

6 z 10BASE-T

„Supported frame types


z
Ethernet II specification
z
IEEE802.3 specification
z
IEEE802.3 / IEEE802.2 specification
z
IEEE802.3 / IEEE802.2 / SNAP specification
Note • The machine will send packets of each frame type on the network, and will initialize for the
same frame type as the first reply packet received. You can fix a frame type in use.
However, if there are multiple protocols running on the same network, use Ethernet II
specification.
• Some network equipment (hubs, etc.) may not support the automatic frame type detection. If
a data link indicator corresponding to the port of the network equipment connected with the
machine does not light up, change the settings of the frame type of the machine to the frame
type of the file server. Configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet
Services.
The following describes the configuration procedure to connect the machine to a
NetWare network.
z Configuration on the Machine
- To use IPX/SPX, configure the machine using the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit
after enabling the NetWare port of the machine.
- To use a LPD port in NDPS, configure the machine using the CD-ROM of the
Driver CD Kit after enabling the LPD port of the machine and setting TCP/IP.

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Installation Procedure

z
Configuration on the computer
Installing a print driver.

Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure to connect the machine to a
NetWare network.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services or IP Address
Setting Tool included in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

Using IPX/SPX

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.

Installation When Using NetWare


2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the NetWare port.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [NetWare], and select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings]. 6
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].
3 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
4 Select [Exit].
5 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the NetWare port
is enabled, the NetWare device name and the network address.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
6 Configure the machine using the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.
Refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit for the configuration procedure.

Using a LPD Port in NDPS

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].

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6 Installation When Using NetWare

2 Enable the LPD port.


1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [LPD] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
Installation When Using NetWare

2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].


3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.

6
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not want to set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the LPD port is
enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
Configure other LPD settings as necessary. Refer to "LPD" (P.76) for the LPD configuration.
7 Configure the machine using the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.
Refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit for the configuration procedure.

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Configuration on the Computer


The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.
In order to print from the machine, the computer needs to have a print driver installed.
For information on the supported operating systems, refer to "Supported Operating Systems" (P.19).
For information on the driver installation procedure, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of
the Driver CD Kit.

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7 Installation When Using
Microsoft Network (SMB)

This chapter describes how to install the machine when using a Microsoft
Network (SMB).
z
Preparations ...............................................................................................52
z
Installation Procedure .................................................................................52
7 Installation When Using Microsoft Network (SMB)

Preparations

Prepare the following items to use the machine when using a Microsoft Network (SMB).
z
TCP/IP or NetBEUI network environment
z
CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit (provided with the machine)

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
Installation When Using Microsoft Network (SMB)

The machine can be connected to computers using Microsoft Networks (SMB).


Depending on the network environment, the machine may need to be configured with
an IP address, subnet mask and gateway address. Confirm with the network
administrator and set up the necessary items.
The following is the procedure to connect the machine to a Microsoft Network (SMB).
z
Configuration on the machine
Enabling the SMB port on the machine and configuring TCP/IP.
z
Configuration on the computer
Installing a print driver.

Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure to connect the machine to
Microsoft Networks (SMB). First enable the SMB port, then set the TCP/IP settings.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services or IP Address
Setting Tool included in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.

7 For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the SMB port.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [SMB], and select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.

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3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].

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5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not want to set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the SMB port is
enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine 7
Status" in the User Guide.
Note • If using the NetBEUI protocol, select [NetBEUI] as the protocol used by SMB for the port
configuration using CentreWare Internet Services.
Configure other SMB settings as necessary. Refer to "SMB" (P.72) for the SMB configuration.

Configuration on the Computer


The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.
In order to print from the machine, the computer needs to have a print driver installed.
For information on the supported operating systems, refer to "Supported Operating Systems" (P.19).
For information on the driver installation procedure, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of
the Driver CD Kit.

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8 Installation When Using
Internet Printing Protocol
(IPP)

This chapter describes how to install the machine when using an Internet
Printing Protocol (IPP).
z
Preparations ...............................................................................................56
z Installation Procedure .................................................................................56
8 Installation When Using Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)

Preparations

Prepare the following items to install the machine when using a Internet Printing
Protocol (IPP).
z
TCP/IP network environment
z
CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit (provided with the machine)

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
Installation When Using Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)

The machine can be connected to computers using IPP.


The following is the procedure to enable Internet Printing (IPP).
z
Configuration on the machine
Enabling an IPP port on the machine and configuring TCP/IP.
z
Configuration on the computer
Installing a print driver.

Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure to enable Internet Printing (IPP)
on the machine. First enable the IPP port, then set the TCP/IP.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services or IP Address
Setting Tool included in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.

8 2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the IPP port.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [IPP], and select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.

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3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.

Installation When Using Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)


Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not want to set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the IPP port is
enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
Configure other IPP settings as necessary. Refer to "IPP" (P.79) for the IPP configuration.
8
Configuration on the Computer
The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.
In order to print from the machine, the computer needs to have a print driver installed.
For information on the supported operating systems, refer to "Supported Operating Systems" (P.19).
For information on the driver installation procedure, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of
the Driver CD Kit.

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9 Installation When Using
EtherTalk

This chapter describes how to install the machine when using an EtherTalk
network.
z
Preparations ...............................................................................................60
z
Installation Procedure .................................................................................60
9 Installation When Using EtherTalk

Preparations

Prepare the following items to install the machine when using EtherTalk interface.
z
EtherTalk network environment
z
Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional)

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
The machine can be connected to computers using an EtherTalk network.
The following is the procedure to use EtherTalk.
z Configuration on the machine
Setting EtherTalk on the machine.
z
Configuration on the computer
Installing a print driver.

Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure to connect the machine to an
Installation When Using EtherTalk

EtherTalk network.
Enable the EtherTalk port.
Note • EtherTalk can be configured when Adobe PostScript 3 Kit (optional) is installed.
• The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].

9
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the EtherTalk port.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [EtherTalk], and select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].
3 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
4 Select [Exit].

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5 After the machine is restarted, print out [Settings List] to confirm that the EtherTalk
port is enabled.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
Configure other EtherTalk settings as necessary. Refer to "EtherTalk" (P.71) for EtherTalk
configuration.

Configuration on the Computer


The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.
In order to print from the machine, the computer needs to have a print driver installed.
For information on the supported operating systems, refer to "Supported Operating Systems" (P.19).
For information on how to install a print driver, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM included
in Adobe PostScript 3 Kit.

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10 Using CentreWare Internet
Services

This chapter describes how to use CentreWare Internet Services.


z
Preparations ...............................................................................................64
z
Installation Procedure .................................................................................64
z
Network Setting Items (Port/Protocol) for CentreWare Internet Services...67
10 Using CentreWare Internet Services

Preparations

Prepare the following items to use CentreWare Internet Services.


z
Computer supporting the TCP/IP protocol
z
Configuration on the machine
- IP address
- Subnet mask
Refer to "Problem Solving" (P.149) when any troubles occur during the configuration.

Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
CentreWare Internet Services provides services such as displaying the status of the
machine as a printer and jobs, and altering configurations using a web browser in a
TCP/IP environment.
For setting as a printer, the properties screen of the services allows users to configure
the system settings and port settings for each network that are otherwise operated on
the touch screen on the machine.
Follow the procedure below to use CentreWare Internet Services.
z
Configuration on the Machine
Configuring the machine to be able to use CentreWare Internet Services. First
enable the Internet Service (HTTP) port, then set the IP address.
Using CentreWare Internet Services

z Confirmation of the Configuration


Confirming whether the machine is set to use CentreWare Internet Services.

Configuration on the Machine


The following describes the configuration procedure for using CentreWare Internet
Services on the machine.
First enable the Internet Service (HTTP) port, then set the IP address.

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
10 [Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enabling the Internet service (HTTP) port on the machine.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [Internet Services (HTTP)] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and then select [Change Settings].

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6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].


7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,

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254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not want to set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the port for
CentreWare Internet Services is enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

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Confirmation of the Configuration


Connect to CentreWare Internet Services from a computer.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry (when the machine's IP address is 192.168.1.1)
http://192.168.1.1/

z
Example of the Internet address entry (when the machine's Internet address is
myhost.example.com)
http://myhost.example.com/

Note • If your network uses DNS (Domain Name System) and the machine's host name is
registered with the domain name server, you can access the device using a combination of
the host name and the domain name as the “Internet address”. For example, if the host
name is “myhost”, and the domain name is “example.com”, then the “Internet address”
becomes “myhost.example.com”.
• When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
• If the Logon Setup feature is enabled on the machine, enter a user ID and a passcode in
Using CentreWare Internet Services

[User ID] and [Password]. Contact your System Administrator about the user ID and
passcode.
• If you have encrypted communication by selecting [Enable] under [Properties] > [PKI
Settings] > [SSL/TSL Settings] > [SSL/TSL Communication], enter an address beginning
with “https” instead of "http” into the address box in the web browser.
Example of the IP address entry
https://192.168.1.1/
Example of the Internet address entry
https://myhost.example.com/
Refer to "Problem Solving" (P.149) if CentreWare Internet Services is not displayed.

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Network Setting Items (Port/Protocol) for CentreWare Internet Services

Network Setting Items (Port/Protocol) for CentreWare Internet


Services

CentreWare Internet Services enable you to alter various settings on the machine from
a computer.
Note • Confirm that the port in use is enabled in [Start Port] of the [Properties] tab, if an item that
you want to set is not displayed.
• When a setting is changed from CentreWare Internet Services while operating the control
panel, the setting items changed on the screen of the control panel are not displayed. Switch
the machine off and on in this case.
This section describes about the settings of ports and protocols.
Ethernet ...................................................................................................................................... 68
Parallel........................................................................................................................................ 69
USB ............................................................................................................................................ 70
EtherTalk.................................................................................................................................... 71
SMB ........................................................................................................................................... 72
NetWare ..................................................................................................................................... 73
TCP/IP........................................................................................................................................ 74
LPD ............................................................................................................................................ 76
SNMP ......................................................................................................................................... 77
IPP .............................................................................................................................................. 79
Port 9100 .................................................................................................................................... 80
E-mail ......................................................................................................................................... 81
SMTP ......................................................................................................................................... 86
POP3........................................................................................................................................... 87
HTTP.......................................................................................................................................... 88

Using CentreWare Internet Services


WebDAV.................................................................................................................................... 89
Bonjour....................................................................................................................................... 90
Note • Click [Help] at the top right of the CentreWare Internet Services screen for details on the
setting items.

The following browsers have been confirmed to operate with CentreWare Internet
Services.

„For Windows
z
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 Service Pack1 or later
z
Netscape Navigator 7.0 or later

„For MacOS X 10.2 or later


z Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.2 or later
10
z Netscape Navigator 7.0 or later

„For MacOS X 10.3.9 or later


z
Netscape Navigator 7.1 or later
z
Safari 1.3 or later

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Ethernet
This section describes the settings for the Ethernet interface.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine’s IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
Using CentreWare Internet Services

http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Port Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [Ethernet].
6 Set the communication speed for the Ethernet interface using the [Ethernet Settings]
pull-down menu.
7 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.

10 2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.

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Parallel
This section describes the settings for the parallel interface.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry

Using CentreWare Internet Services


http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Port Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [Parallel].
6 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [Bi-Directional Communication].
7 Set [Auto Eject Time].
8 Set the protocol using the [Adobe Communication Protocol] pull-down menu.
Note • Adobe Communication Protocol can be set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is

9
connected.
Reflect the values as the machine's setting values. 10
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

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USB
This section describes the settings for the USB interface.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
Using CentreWare Internet Services

http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Port Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [USB].
6 Set [Auto Eject Time].
7 Set the protocol using the [Adobe Communication Protocol] pull-down menu.
Note • Adobe Communication Protocol can be set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is
installed.
8
10
Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

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EtherTalk
This section describes the settings for EtherTalk.

Note • EtherTalk can be set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/

Using CentreWare Internet Services


z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [EtherTalk].
6 Set [Printer Name].
7 Set [Zone Name].
8 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
10
[Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

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SMB
This section describes the settings for SMB.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
Using CentreWare Internet Services

http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [SMB].
6 Set [Workgroup].
7 Set [Host Name].
8 Set [Maximum Number of Sessions].
9 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [TBCP Filter].
10 Note • The TBCP filter is set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.
10 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [Unicode Support].
11 Select the [On] check box when using [Auto Master Mode].
12 Select the [On] check box when using [Password Encryption].
13 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and passcode is “x-admin”.

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3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

NetWare
This section describes the settings for NetWare.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web

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browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [NetWare].
6
7
Set [Host Name].
Select an operation mode from the [Active Mode] pull-down menu.
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8 Set [File Server Name].
Note • The File Server Name is set only when the operation mode is in Bindery Service.
9 Set [Polling Interval].
10 Set [Number of Searches].
11 Set [Password].
1) Enter [Password].

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2) Re-enter the same password in [Re-enter Password].


12 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [TBCP Filter].
Note • The TBCP filter is set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.
13 Set the NDS.
Note • The tree name is set only when used in the Directory Service.
1) Enter a tree name into [Tree Name].
2) Enter a context name into [Context Name].
14 Select a frame type from the [Frame Type] pull-down menu under [Transport Protocol
(IPX/SPX) ].
15 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [Active Discovery] under [SLP].
16 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

TCP/IP
This section describes the settings for TCP/IP.
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1 Start a web browser.
2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/

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Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [TCP/IP].
6 Set [Host Name].
7 Select how to obtain an IP address from the [Get IP Address] pull-down menu.
8 Set [Machine IP Address].
Note • This item is not necessary if either [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], or [DHCP/Autonet] has been
selected from the [Get IP Address] pull-down menu.
9 Set [Subnet Mask] and [Gateway Address].
Note • This item is not necessary if either [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], or [DHCP/Autonet] has been
selected from the [Get IP Address] pull-down menu.
10 Set the DNS information.
1) Select the [DHCP] check box if using DHCP for [Get DNS Server Address].
2) Set [DNS Server Address 1 - 3].
Note • This item is not necessary if [DHCP] has been specified for [Method to Get the DNS
Address].
3) Set [DNS Domain Name].
4) Select the [On] check box when using [Generate Domain Search List Automatically].
5) Set [Domain Name 1 - 3].
6) Set [Connection Time-out].
7) Select the [On] check box to enable [Dynamic DNS Update].

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11 Set the WINS information.
1) Select the [DHCP] check box if using DHCP for [Get WINS Server Address].
2) Set [Primary WINS Server Address].
Note • This item is not necessary if [DHCP] has been specified for [Get WINS Server Address].
3) Set [Secondary WINS Server Address].
Note • This item is not necessary if [DHCP] has been specified for [Get WINS Server Address].
12 Set the IP Address List information.
1) Select the [Enable] check box for [IP Filter].
2) Click the [Edit] button. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
3) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and passcode is “x-admin”.
4) Set [Permitted IP Address].
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5) Set [IP Mask].
6) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
7) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
13 Click [TCP/IP] in the [Protocol Settings] folder.
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1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
2) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
3) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

LPD
This section describes the settings for LPD.
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1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.

10 4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [LPD].
6 Set [Port Number].
7 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [TBCP Filter].
Note • The TBCP Filter is set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.
8 Set [Connection Time-Out].
9 Set [Maximum Number of Sessions].
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1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

SNMP
This section describes the settings for SNMP.
Note • When managing the machine using software such as the CentreWare, enable the SNMP
port.

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1 Start a web browser.
2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/

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Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [SNMP].
6 When changing the community name, set [Community Name (Read Only)],
[Community Name (Read/Write)], and [Community Name (Trap Notification)].
7 Set [System Administrator].
8 Specify a destination for trap notification as necessary.

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„When selecting an existing destination


Use the [Trap Notification] pull-down menu to select a destination, and proceed to step
9.

„When registering a new destination or when modifying the settings for an


existing destination
1) Use the [Trap Notification] pull-down menu to register a new destination or to select
an existing destination.
2) Click [Edit]. A window appears prompting you to enter the user name and
passcode.
3) Enter the system administrator’s user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password] respectively, and then click [OK].
Note • The factory default user ID and passcode are [11111] and [x-admin] respectively.
4) Select a transport protocol from [Transport].
5) If you selected [IPX] under [Transport], set [Network Number (IPX)], [MAC Address
(IPX)], [Socket Number (IPX)], [Trap Version], [Community String (Trap
Notification)], and [Notification Event].
6) If you selected [UDP] under [Transport], set [IP Address (UDP)], [Port Number
(UDP)], [Trap Version], [Community String (Trap Notification)], and [Notification
Event].
Note • Do not use the existing port numbers.
7) Click [Apply].
8) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
9) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.
9 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
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1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

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IPP
This section describes the settings for the IPP port.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry

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http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [IPP].
6 Set [Add Port Number].
7 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [TBCP Filter].
Note • The TBCP Filter is set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.
8 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [Administrator Mode].
9
10
Select the [Enable] check box to enable [DNS].
Set [Connection Time-Out].
10
11 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.

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4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

Port 9100
This section describes the settings for the Port 9100 port.
Note • Enable the Port 9100 port when using HP-UX.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
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browser, and press the <Enter> key.


z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [Port 9100].
6 Set [Port Number].
10 7 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [TBCP Filter].
Note • The TBCP Filter is set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.
8 Set [Connection Time-Out].
9 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.

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4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

E-mail

Enabling the Ports


This section describes the procedure to enable the ports that are used for the E-mail
and iFax features.

1 Start a web browser.

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2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [Port Status].
5 Enable the ports which are used for the E-mail feature.
1) Select the [Enable] check box for [Receive E-Mail] when using the E-mail Printing 10
or iFax feature.
2) Select the [Enable] check box for [Mail Notice Service] when using the mail notice
or job completion notice feature.
6 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.

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3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.
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Setting Items
This section describes the setting items for the E-mail and iFax features.

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Note • Click [Help] at the top right of the CentreWare Internet Services screen for details on the
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1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Set the e-mail addresses for the machine and administrator.
1) Click [Description].
2) Set [Administrator’s E-mail Address].
3) Set [Machine’s E-mail Address].
5 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
6 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
7 Click [TCP/IP].
8 Set [Host Name].
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9 Set the DNS information.


Note • The DNS settings are required when the addresses for a POP3 server and a SMTP server
are set with the domain name instead of their IP addresses.
1) Select the [DHCP] check box if using DHCP for [Get DNS Server Address].
2) Set [DNS Server Address 1 - 3].
Note • This item is not necessary if [DHCP] has been specified for [Get DNS Server Address].
3) Set [DNS Domain Name].
4) Select the [On] check box when using [Generate Domain Search List
Automatically].
5) Set [Domain Name 1 - 3].
6) Set [Connection Time-Out].
7) Select the [On] check box to enable [Dynamic DNS Update].
10 10 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply].
2) The right frame of the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
3) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot, and the setting value will be
reflected.
11 Click [E-mail] in the [Protocol Settings] folder.
12 Set the protocol using the [Receiving Protocol] pull-down menu.
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13 Set the print method using the [Incoming E-mail Print Options] pull-down menu.
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail Printing feature.
14 Set the print method using the [Incoming iFAX Print Option] pull-down menu.
Note • Set this item when using the iFax feature.
15 Set the print method using the [Output Destination for Incoming E-mail] pull-down
menu.
Note • This item appears only when the machine has two or more output destinations by being
equipped with optional components, such as a finisher.
16 Set the print method using the [Auto Print Delivery Confirmation Mail] pull-down menu.
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail Printing feature.
17 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [Print Error Notification E-mail].
18 Select the [Enable] check box to enable [Response to Read Receipts].
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail Printing or iFax feature.
19 Click [E-mail] in the [Protocol Settings] folder.
20 Set the e-mail sending/receiving restriction.
Note • Set this item when using the iFax or E-mail Printing feature.
1) Select either [Enable Receive] or [Disable Receive] from the [Domain Filtering] pull-
down menu.
2) Click [Edit].
3) Specify the domain to be permitted if you permitted the receiving transmission, or
specify the domain to be rejected if you rejected the receiving transmission.
4) Click [Apply].
21 Set the sender.

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1) If enabling [Allow Authenticated Users to Edit "From:" Field when: ], select either
one of the [Address Book (LDAP) Search Successful] or [Address Book (LDAP)
Search Failure] check boxes.
2) If enabling [Allow Guest Users to Edit "From:" Field], select the [Enable] check box.
3) If enabling [Allow Authenticated Users to send Email despite Search Failure],
select the [Enable] check box.
4) If enabling [Edit "From:" Field when Authentication is not Required], select the
[Enable] check box.
22 Set the default subject to [Default] under [Subject].
23 Set the message.
1) Set the default message to [Default] under [Message Body].
2) If enabling [User], select the check boxes to be enabled.
3) If enabling [Attachment], select the check boxes to be enabled.
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4) If enabling [Device Information], select the check boxes to be enabled.
24 Set the default signature to [Default] in [Signature].
25 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply].
2) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
3) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.

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26 Set the SMTP server.


For information on the settings, refer to "SMTP" (P.86).
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail, iFax, Mail Notice, or Job Completion Notice feature.
27 Set the POP3 server.
For information on the settings, refer to "POP3" (P.87).
Note • Set this item when using the iFAX or E-mail Printing feature and [Receiving Protocol] is set
to [POP3].

SMTP
This section describes the SMTP server settings.
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail, iFAX, Mail Notice, or Job Completion Notice feature.
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1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add ":" and the port number after the Internet address.

10 3
4
Click the [Properties] tab.
Click [+] at the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [SMTP].
6 Set the SMTP server.
1) Set [Server Address].
2) Set [Port Number].
Note • Do not use the numbers of any other ports.
3) Set the SMTP authentication method using the [Send Authentication] pull-down
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4) Set [Login Name].


5) Set [Password].
7 Configure the settings for sending e-mail.
1) Specify a maximum size (capacity) for sending e-mail in [Maximum E-mail Size].
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail or iFax feature.
2) Specify the number of pages to be split for sending e-mail in [Max. Number of
Pages for Split Send].
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail or iFax feature.
8 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is "11111" and the default passcode is "x-admin".
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.

POP3
This section describes the POP3 server settings.
Note • Set this item when using the E-mail Printing or iFax feature and [POP3] is specified for
[Receiving Protocol].

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1 Start a web browser. 10


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add ":" and the port number after the Internet
address.

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3 Click the [Properties] tab.


4 Click [+] at the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [POP 3].
6 Set the POP3 server.
1) Set [Server Address].
2) Set [Port Number].
Note • Do not use the numbers of any other ports.
3) Set [POP Receive Password Encryption].
4) Set [User Name].
5) Enter [User Password].
7 Set [POP3 Server Check Interval] of [Incoming E-mail Settings].
8 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is "11111" and the default passcode is "x-admin".
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.

HTTP
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This section describes the settings for the HTTP port.

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1 Start a web browser.
2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
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z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [HTTP].
6 Set [Port Number].
7 Set [Maximum Number of Sessions].
8 Set [Connection Time-Out].
9 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

WebDAV

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This section describes the settings for the WebDAV port.

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1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine’s IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.

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z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [WebDAV].
6 Set [Port Number].
7 Set [Connection Time-Out].
8 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

Bonjour
This section describes the settings for the Bonjour port.
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Note • Bonjour can be set only when optional Adobe PostScript 3 Kit is installed.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
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z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [Bonjour].
6 Set [Host Name].
Note • It is recommended that you use the default host name. Note the following if you use another
host name.
• Do not append "(<number>)" to the printer name. Example: FX (2)
• The host name can be up to 32 characters; however, using 26 characters or less is
recommended.
7 Set [Printer Name].
Note • It is recommended that you use the default printer name. Note the following if you use
another printer name.
• Do not append "(<number>)" to the printer name. Example: FX (2)
• The printer name can be up to 62 characters; however, using 54 characters or less is
recommended.
8 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply]. A screen to enter the user name and passcode will be displayed.
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].

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Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

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This chapter describes the configuration to utilize the services using e-mail on
the machine.
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E-mail Overview..........................................................................................94
z Preparations ...............................................................................................95
z Installation Procedure .................................................................................97
11 E-mail

E-mail Overview

The machine is capable of exchanging e-mails.


The following features are available by exchanging e-mails.
z
E-mail
z
iFax
z
E-mail Printing
z
Consumables Status Notice
E-mail

z Job Completion Notice

11 E-mail
Scanned documents can be converted into an electronic format and transmitted via e-
mail.

iFax
Unlike conventional fax machines which utilize public phone lines, the machine can
transmit or receive scanned data as e-mail attachments using either corporate
networks or the Internet.
Contents of e-mail are processed according to the settings of [Incoming Internet Fax
Print Options] in CentreWare Internet Services.

E-mail Printing
E-mail with attachments in either TIFF, JPEG, or PDF format can be sent to the
machine from computers. Received e-mail will automatically be printed.
Contents of e-mail are processed according to the settings of [Incoming E-mail Print
Options] in CentreWare Internet Services.

Consumables Status Notice


E-mail containing contents (status of consumables, paper, and replaceable parts, etc.)
set in [Mail Notice Settings] of CentreWare Internet Services is sent to a specified
recipient. You can properly determine when to replace toner and drum cartridges by
receiving their status periodically.
It is recommended that you register the address of a network administrator or a shared
address.

Job Completion Notice


When a computer has submitted a job to the machine, its completion can be notified by
e-mail.
Register the address of a network administrator or a shared address as necessary.

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Preparations

Preparations

The following items are required in order to use the E-mail feature.

iFAX Con-
E-mail iFax Job
Direct*1 E-mail sum-
Com-
Item Description Print- ables
pletion
via via via via via ing Status
Notice
SMTP POP3 SMTP POP3 SMTP Notice

E-mail
The TCP/IP address for the
TCP/IP
address
machine. O O O O O O O O
TCP/IP is used for e-mail.

Subnet mask
Required when the network
is divided into subnets.
U U U U U U U U 11
Required when multiple
Gateway
networks are connected by U U U U U U U U
address
gateways.
Administrator
Set the e-mail address for
e-mail
the machine administrator.
O O O O O O O O
address
Used as a sender address
Machine e-
mail address
when the machine sends e- O O O O O O O O
mail.
Required when the
addresses for a POP3
DNS server server and a SMTP server
U U U U U U U U
address are set with a domain name
format instead of their IP
addresses.
The machine uses a SMTP
SMTP server server to send e-mail. The
address SMTP server can also be
O O O O - O O O
used for receiving e-mail.
If an SMTP server requires
SMTP AUTH authentication, specify the
Login Name authentication user name. U U U U - U U U
and password Also specify a password as
required.
If a POP3 server is used to
receive e-mails, register the
machine's e-mail address
and a user to the POP3
POP3 server
server.
- O - O - U U U
Also, it is necessary to set
the POP3 server address
on the machine.
Set the POP receiving user
POP user
address.
name and
Also specify a password as
- O - O - U U U
password
required.
S/MIME
settings
Set the S/MIME information. U U U U U U × ×

O : Necessary to set U : Set as required -: Not required to set × : Not supported


*1: When you use iFAX Direct, select [System Settings] > [Fax Mode Settings] > [iFAX Control], and then select [Direct
(P2P)] under [iFAX Path].

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Registering E-mail account


A mail account for the machine needs to be registered to a mail server.
Note • Information on mail account registration, contact your System Administrator.

Configuring E-mail Environment


Enable the port and configure the machine e-mail address, TCP/IP environment, and
e-mail server from the machine.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
Information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet Services"
(P.63).
E-mail

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Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
This section describes the configuration procedure to use the E-mail feature on the
machine.
The following two steps are necessary to use the E-mail feature.
z Enabling port and setting TCP/IP
Set the machine to be able to use TCP/IP.

E-mail
z Configuring E-mail Environment
Set the items for e-mail on the machine.
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Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP
The following describes the configuration procedure to use TCP/IP on the machine.
First enable the E-mail port, then set the IP address.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable a port which is used for the E-mail feature.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [Send E-mail], and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status], and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled], then select [Save].
7) Select [Close].
8) Enable [Receive E-Mail] in the [Receive E-mail - Port Status] screen as above to
use E-mail Printing.
9) Enable [Mail Notice Service] in the [Mail Notice Service - Port Status] screen as
above to use mail notice or job completion notice.
10)Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.

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1) Select [Protocol Settings].


2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] or [Manual] and then
select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63)
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
E-mail

the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be


used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.

11 • When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the ports are
enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

Configuring E-mail Environment


The following describes the configuration procedure to use the E-mail feature.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Set the e-mail address, host name, and domain name.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Machine’s E-mail Address/Host Name].
4) Select [E-mail Address] and then select [Change Settings].

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5) Enter an e-mail address using the keyboard displayed.


6) Select [Save].
7) Set a host name and a domain name as above.
8) Select [Close].

„If [SMTP] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]


Aliases cannot be configured. A user can decide an account name (the left side of the
@ mark). An address (the right side of the@ mark) is a combination of a host name and
a domain name.
Example: mymail@myhost.example.com

E-mail
z
Account name : mymail
z
Host name : myhost
z Domain name : example.com 11
„If [POP3] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]
Specify a POP user name to an account name (the left side of the @ mark), and a mail
server to an address (the right side of the @ mark). A user can decide an alias such as
mymail@example.com.
Example: mymail@mb1.abc.example.com
z
Account name : mymail
3 Set the protocol for receiving e-mail.
1) Select [Other Settings].
2) Select [E-mail Receive Protocol] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select either [SMTP] or [POP3] as appropriate for your environment.
4) Select [Save] and then press [Close].

„If [SMTP] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]


1) Select [Outgoing/Incoming E-mail Settings].
2) Select [SMTP Server Settings] and then set the following items for the SMTP
server.
z
[SMTP Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.

„If [POP3] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]


1) Select [Outgoing/Incoming E-mail Settings].
2) Select [POP3 Server Settings] and then set the following items for the POP3
server.
z
[POP3 Server Setup]
Select from [By IP Address] or [By Server Name].
z [POP3 Server IP Address]
Enter an IP address if [By IP Address] has been selected for [POP3 Server Setup].
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].

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z
[POP3 Server Name]
Enter a server name if [By Server Name] has been selected for [POP3 Server Setup].
z
[POP3 Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.
Note • Do not use the numbers of any other ports.
z
[POP3 Server Check Interval]
Set the interval for checking the e-mail on the POP3 server.
z
[POP3 Server Login Name]
E-mail

Enter the name to login to the POP3 server.


z [POP3 Server Password]

11 Enter the same password in [New Password/Passcode] and [Re-enter Password/


Passcode]. If you do not set the password, leave it blank and select [Save].
z
[POP Receiving Password Encryption]
Select [On (APOP)] to encrypt the password.
3) Select [Save] and then press [Close].
4 Configure the e-mail transmission.
1) Select [SMTP Server Settings] and then set the following items for the SMTP
server.
z
[SMTP Server Setup]
Select from [By IP Address] or [By Server Name].
z [SMTP Server IP Address]
Enter an IP address if [By IP Address] has been selected for [SMTP Server Setup].
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
z
[SMTP Server Name]
Enter a server name if [By Server Name] is selected for [SMTP Server Setup].
z
[SMTP Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.
Note • This configuration is not necessary if [SMTP] has been selected for [E-mail Receive
Protocol] and has already been configured.
z
[E-mail Send Authentication]
Select one from [Off], [POP before SMTP], or [SMTP AUTH].
Note • If [POP before SMTP] is selected, the POP3 settings must be set.
z [SMTP AUTH Login Name]
Set this item if [SMTP AUTH] is selected for [E-mail Send Authentication].
z
[SMTP AUTH Password]
Set this item if [SMTP AUTH] is selected for [E-mail Send Authentication]. Enter the
same password twice in [New Password/Passcode] and [Re-enter Password/
Passcode]. If you do not set the password, leave it blank and select [Save].
2) Select [Close].

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5 Configure the domain restriction.


1) Select [Domain Filter] and set the following items.
z Domain filtering
Select one from [Off], [Enter Permitted Domain Names], or [Enter Rejected Domain
Names].
z
[Domain 1] - [Domain 50]
Specify up to 50 domains if either [Enter Permitted Domain Name] or [Enter Rejected
Domain Name] has been selected for [Domain Filter].
2) Select [Close] several times to display the [Network Settings] screen.

E-mail
6 Set the S/MIME information.
1) Select [PKI (Public Key) Settings].
2) Select [S/MIME Settings] and set the following items. 11
z
Device Certificate - S/MIME
Link a certificate to the machine. For information on creating a certificate, refer to
"Security" (P.139).
z
S/MIME Communication
Set whether to enable or disable S/MIME Communication when a certificate ID is set.
z
Receive Untrusted E-mail
Set whether to receive untrusted e-mail or not.
z Receive Untrusted iFAX
Set whether to receive untrusted iFAX or not.
z
Message Digest Algorithm
Select a message digest algorithm from [SHA1] or [MD5].
z Contents Encryption Method
Select a contents encryption method from [3DES], [RC2-40], [RC2-64], or [RC2-
128].
z
Digital Signature - Outgoing E-mail
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to e-mail or to select a digital
signature when sending e-mail.
z Digital Signature - Outgoing iFAX
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to iFAX or to select a digital signature
when sending iFAX.
z Certificate Auto Store
Select whether or not to automatically store a S/MIME certificate attached with the
e-mail when receiving e-mail sent from an address registered in the address book.
7 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
8 Select [Exit].
9 After the machine is restarted, print a settings list to confirm that each item is
configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

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This chapter describes the configuration to utilize the scan services on the
machine.
z
Scan Service Overview.............................................................................104
z Configuration of E-mail .............................................................................105
z Configuration of Scan to Mailbox..............................................................111
z
Configuration of Network Scanning (Job Template Scanning) .................116
z
Configuration of Scan to PC .....................................................................119
z
Configuration of the Job Flow ...................................................................122
12 Using the Scan Service

Scan Service Overview

The machine is capable of scan services.


The following functions are available by using the scan services.
z
E-mail
z
Scan to Mailbox
Using the Scan Service

z
Network Scanning (Job Template Scanning)
z
Scan to PC
z Job Flow Scanning
Note • This feature does not appear for some models. An optional package is necessary. For
details, contact our Customer Support Center.

„E-mail

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Scanned documents can be converted into an electronic format and transmitted via e-
mail.

„Scan to Mailbox
Documents which you want to take in as data can be scanned and stored into a
mailbox. Stored documents can be accessed from network computers.
In addition to scanned documents, documents received by the Remote Mailbox feature
from other fax machines can be retrieved from a mailbox.

„Network Scanning (Job Template Scanning)


A job template is a configuration file for defining scanning conditions. You can apply a
job template to a scanned document on the machine. The scanned document will be
saved to the machine as a file and then sent automatically to the computer (server)
such as a SMB server connected to the network.

„Scan to PC
When the machine is connected to a network, scanned data can be stored on network
computers using the FTP or SMB protocol.
Documents which you want to take in as data can be scanned and stored on network
computers.

„Job Flow Sheets


You can perform scanning using a job flow processing a scanned document from a
network computer with CentreWare EasyOperator.

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Configuration of E-mail

Configuration of E-mail

Preparations
Prepare the following to use the E-mail feature on the machine.
z Registering e-mail account

Using the Scan Service


An e-mail account for the machine needs to be registered to a mail server.
Note • Information on mail account registration, contact your system administrator.

Installation Overview
This section describes the configuration procedure to use e-mail on the machine.
The following is the procedure to use e-mail.
z
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP
Enable the mail send port and mail receive port, and set an IP address of the
12
machine.
z
Configuring E-mail Environment
Set items for e-mail on the machine.

Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP


The following describes the configuration procedure to use TCP/IP on the machine.
Enable the mail send port and mail receive port, and set an IP address of the machine.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the ports which are used for e-mail.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [Send E-mail] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
7) Select [Close].
8) Enable [Receive E-mail] in the [Receive E-mail - Port Status] screen as above.
9) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.

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3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
Using the Scan Service

3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
12 • When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the mail send port
is enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

Configuring E-mail Environment


The following describes the configuration procedure to use the E-mail feature.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].

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2 Set an e-mail address, host name, and domain name.


1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Machine’s E-mail Address/Host Name].
4) Select [E-mail Address] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Enter an e-mail address using the keyboard displayed.

Using the Scan Service


6) Select [Save].
7) Set a host name and a domain name as above.
8) Select [Close].

„If [SMTP] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]


Aliases cannot be configured. A user can decide an account name (the left side of the
@ mark). An address (the right side of the @ mark) is a combination of a host name
and a domain name.
Example: mymail@myhost.example.com
z Account name : mymail
12
z Host name : myhost
z Domain name : example.com

„If [POP3] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]


Specify a POP user name to an account name (the left side of the @ mark), and a
POP3 receiving mail server to an address (the right side of the @ mark). A user can
decide an alias such as mymail@example.com.
Example: mymail@mb1.abc.example.com
z Account name : mymail
3 Set the protocol for receiving e-mail.
1) Select [Other Settings].
2) Select [E-mail Receive Protocol] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select either [SMTP] or [POP3] as appropriate for your environment.
4) Select [Save].
5) Select [Close].

„If [SMTP] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]


1) Select [Outgoing/Incoming E-mail Settings].
2) Select [SMTP Server Settings] and then set the following items for the SMTP
server.
z
[SMTP Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.

„If [POP3] has been selected for [Mail Receive Protocol]


1) Select [Outgoing/Incoming E-mail Settings].
2) Select [POP3 Server Settings] and set the following items for the POP3 server.
z [POP3 Server Setup]
Select from [By IP Address] or [By Server Name].

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z
[POP3 Server IP Address]
Enter an IP address if [By IP Address] has been selected for [POP3 Server Setup].
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
z [POP3 Server Name]
Using the Scan Service

Enter a server name if [By Server Name] has been selected for [POP3 Server Setup].
z [POP3 Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.
z [POP3 Server Check Interval]
Set the interval for checking e-mail on the POP3 server.
z
[POP3 Server Login Name]
Enter the name to login to the POP3 server.
12 z
[POP3 Server Password]
Enter the same password in [New Password/Passcode] and [Re-enter Password/
Passcode]. If you do not set the password, leave it blank and select [Save].
z
[POP Receiving Password Encryption]
Select [On (APOP)] to encrypt the password.
3) Select [Save].
4) Select [Close].
4 Configure the e-mail transmission.
1) Select [SMTP Server Settings], and then set the following items for the SMTP
server.
z
[SMTP Server Setup]
Select from [By IP Address] or [By Server Name].
z
[SMTP Server IP Address]
Enter an IP address if [By IP Address] has been selected for [SMTP Server Setup].
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
z [SMTP Server Name]
Enter a server name if [By Server Name] has been selected for [SMTP Server
Setup].
z [SMTP Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.
Note • This configuration is not necessary if [SMTP] has been selected for [E-mail Receive
Protocol] and has already been configured.
z [E-mail Send Authentication]
Select one from [Off], [POP before SMTP], or [SMTP AUTH].
Note • If [POP before SMTP] has been selected, the POP3 settings must be set.

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z
[SMTP AUTH Login Name]
Set this item if [SMTP AUTH] has been selected for [E-mail Send Authentication].
z
[SMTP AUTH Password]
Set this item if [SMTP AUTH] has been selected for [E-mail Send Authentication].
Enter the same password in [New Password/Passcode] and [Re-enter Password/
Passcode]. If you do not set the password, leave it blank and select [Save].
2) Select [Close].

Using the Scan Service


5 Configure the Domain filter.
1) Select [Domain Filter] and set the following items.
z
Domain filtering
Select one from [Off], [Enter Permitted Domain Names], or [Enter Rejected Domain
Names].
z [Domain 1] - [Domain 50]
Specify up to 50 domains if either [Enter Permitted Domain Name] or [Enter Rejected
Domain Name] has been selected for [Domain Filter]. 12
2) Select [Close] several times to display the [Network Settings] screen.
6 Set the S/MIME information.
1) Select [PKI (Public Key) Settings].
2) Select [S/MIME Settings] and set the following items.
z
Device Certificate - S/MIME
Link a certificate to the machine. For information on creating a certificate, refer to
"Security" (P.139).
z
S/MIME Communication
Set whether to enable or disable S/MIME Communication when a certificate ID is set.
z Receive Untrusted E-mail
Set whether to receive untrusted e-mail or not.
z Receive Untrusted iFAX
Set whether to receive untrusted iFAX or not.
z
Message Digest Algorithm
Select a message digest algorithm from [SHA1] or [MD5].
z
Contents Encryption Method
Select a contents encryption method from [3DES], [RC2-40], [RC2-64], or [RC2-
128].
z Digital Signature - Outgoing E-mail
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to e-mail or select a digital signature
when sending e-mail.
z Digital Signature - Outgoing iFAX
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to iFAX or select a digital signature
when sending iFAX.
z
Certificate Auto Store
Select whether or not to automatically store a S/MIME certificate attached with the
e-mail when receiving e-mail sent from an address registered in the address book.

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7 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.


8 Select [Exit].
9 After the machine is restarted, print a settings list to confirm that each item is
configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.
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Configuration of Scan to Mailbox

Installation Overview
This section describes the configuration procedure to use Scan to Mailbox on the
machine.

Using the Scan Service


The following is the procedure to use the Scan to Mailbox feature.
z Enabling port and setting TCP/IP
When using Network Scanner Utility2 (Scan Driver and Mailbox Viewer2) provided
by Fuji Xerox, enable a salutation port and configure an IP address.
When using an application supporting a WebDAV protocol provided by Fuji Xerox
such as CentreWare EasyOperator, enable a WebDAV port and an Internet Services
(HTTP) port, and configure an IP address.
CentreWare EasyOperator enables to obtain documents stored in a mailbox of the

z
machine without a scan driver.
Registering a mailbox
12
Register a mailbox for storing the scanned data.
z Configuring a computer
Install CentreWare EasyOperator on a computer when using CentreWare
EasyOperator.
CentreWare EasyOperator is stored in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit provided with the machine.
For information on the installation procedure, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of the
Driver CD Kit.

Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP


First enable ports for Scan to Mailbox (a salutation or WebDAV port and an Internet
Services (HTTP) port), and then set the IP address. The procedure for setting the
machine is as follows.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the port.
z When using Network Scanner Utility
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [Salutation] and then select [Change Settings].

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5) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].


6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
z
When using an application supporting a WebDAV protocol provided by Fuji Xerox
such as CentreWare EasyOperator
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
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3) Select [Port Settings].


4) Select [WebDAV] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Port Settings] screen is displayed.
8) Enable [Internet Services (HTTP)] in the [Internet Services - Port Status] screen as
above.
12 9) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the salutation or
WebDAV port and the Internet Services (HTTP) port are enabled and the IP
addresses are configured.

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For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

Registering a Mailbox
The following describes the procedure to register a mailbox for storing scanned
documents.

Using the Scan Service


Documents stored in a mailbox can be imported into a computer using a scan driver,
CentreWare Internet Services or CentreWare EasyOperator.
For information on how to import documents, refer to "Importing Scanned Data" under "Chapter 9
Computer Operations" in the User Guide. For information on the operations of CentreWare
EasyOperator, refer to the CentreWare EasyOperator online help.
Up to 200 mailboxes can be registered. The items that can be set or changed are as
follows.
z
Mailbox Name
Set the mailbox name. Up to 20 characters are allowed.
z
Check Passcode 12
Set this item when you want to apply access restriction to operations. To apply
restriction, enter a passcode and then select an item to restrict access. The
passcode must be a string of up to 20 digits, consisting of numeric values (0 through
9).
z Delete Documents after Retrieval
Set whether to delete a document in a mailbox after the document is retrieved,
printed, or transferred by a job flow.
z
Delete Documents with Expiry Date
Specify whether to enable the feature to delete documents stored in a mailbox at a
specified time after a storage period has expired.
z Link Job Flow Sheet to Mailbox
Set or change a link to a job flow, or run a job flow.

The following describes the procedure to register a mailbox on the machine.

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Select [Setup Menu].
3 Select [Mailbox].

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4 Select a mailbox to register and


then select [Create/Delete].
Note • Mailboxes that have not been
registered are displayed as
“(Not In Use)”.

5 Select [Check Passcode] to


configure the Check Passcode
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settings.

„When applying access restriction


1) Select [On].
2) Enter a passcode using numeric values (0 through 9). Up to 20 digits are allowed
for the passcode.
12 3) Select an item from [Target Operation], and select [Save]. The [Mailbox XXX -
Create/Delete] screen appears. XXX indicates the mailbox number to be
registered.
Note • The passcode entered is displayed as “∗”. When you make an entry mistake, press the <C>
(Clear) button and enter again.

„When not applying access restriction


1) Select [Off] and select [Save]. The [Mailbox XXX - Create/Delete] screen appears.
XXX indicates the mailbox number to be registered.

„Target Operation
Select an item to which you want to restrict access.
z Always (All Operations)
A passcode entry is required for all operations.
z
Save (Write)
A passcode entry is required when the mailbox is selected.
z
Print/Delete (Read)
A passcode entry is required when a document in the mailbox is printed or deleted.
6 Configure the following items as
necessary. Select an item to
configure and select [Change
Settings]. When the setting is
completed, select [Save].

„Mailbox Name
Set the name used for a mailbox. Up to 20 characters can be used for the name.
Note • The buttons on the control panel can also be used for the entry.

„Delete Document after Retrieval


Set whether to delete a document in a mailbox after the document is retrieved, printed,
or transferred by a job flow.

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z
Save
The document is kept.
z
Delete
The document is deleted.

„Delete Expired Documents


When an [Document Expiry Date] is set in [Stored Document Settings] under [System

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Settings], expired documents are deleted at the specified time.
For information on the Document Expiry Date, refer to “Stored Document Settings” under "Chapter 11
System Settings" of the User Guide.

„Link Job Flow Sheet to Mailbox


Set or change a link to a job flow, or select and run a job flow.
7 Confirm the entries made in the [Create/Delete] screen and select [Close].
8 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
9 Select [Exit]. 12

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Configuration of Network Scanning (Job Template Scanning)

Preparations
The following environment is required to use the job template scanning function on the
machine.
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Note • To use SMB forwarding, your computer must have one of the following operating systems
that supports folder sharing.
- Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
- Microsoft Windows 2000
- Microsoft Windows Server 2003
- Microsoft Windows XP

Installation Overview

12
This section describes the configuration procedure to use the job template scanning
function on the machine.
The following is the procedure to use the job template scanning.
z
Enabling port and setting TCP/IP
Enable the SNMP port, Internet Services (HTTP) port, and SMB or FTP client port,
and then set an IP address on the machine.
z Configuring the SNMP port
Configure the transport protocol for the SNMP port using CentreWare Internet
Services.

Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP


In order to use Network Scanning feature on the machine, enable the ports and set the
IP address. The procedure for setting the machine is as follows.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the SNMP port.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [SNMP] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].

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7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Port Settings] screen is displayed.


8) Enable [Port Status] in the [SMB] or [FTP Client] screen, and enable [Internet
Services (HTTP)] in the [Internet Services - Port Status] screen as above.
9) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
3 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address

Using the Scan Service


cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings]. 12
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
4 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the ports are
enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

Configuring the SNMP Port


Configure the transport protocol for the SNMP port using CentreWare Internet
Services.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/

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z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [Start Port].
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5 Select the [UDP] check box under [SNMP].


6 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply].
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.

12 4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

Configuration on a Computer
For information on how to configure a computer, refer to the online help of CentreWare
Internet Services.

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Configuration of Scan to PC

Preparations
Prepare the following to use the Scan to PC feature.

„Using with FTP

Using the Scan Service


When using with FTP transmission, one of the following FTP servers and an account
to FTP servers (login name and password) are required.
z Microsoft Windows Server 2003
FTP service of Microsoft Internet Information Server 6.0
z
Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0, Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft
Windows NT Workstation 4.0, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, or Microsoft
Windows XP

z
FTP service of Microsoft Internet Information Server 3.0 or later
Mac OS X
12
FTP service of Mac OS X 10.1.5/10.2.x/10.3.8/10.3.9/10.4.3
z Novell NetWare
FTP service of NetWare 5.11 or 5.12
Refer to the manual provided with the software for how to configure the FTP service.

„Using with SMB


When using with SMB transmission, a computer running on the following OS which
includes a shared folder function is required.
z
Microsoft Windows 95
z
Microsoft Windows 98
z Microsoft Windows Me
z
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
z
Microsoft Windows 2000
z
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
z
Microsoft Windows XP
z
Mac OS X 10.2.x/10.3.x/10.4.x

Installation Overview
This section describes the configuration procedure to use Scan to PC on the machine.
The following is the procedure to use the Scan to PC feature.
z
Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP
Enable the FTP port and SMB port, and then set the machine's IP address.
z
Preparing a FTP folder or SMB folder
Create a folder for transmission destinations on the computer.

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Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP


In order to use Scan to PC, enable a port (SMB or FTP client) and set the IP address.
The procedure for setting the machine is as follows.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).
Using the Scan Service

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID using the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 When using the SMB protocol, enable the SMB port.
12 1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [SMB] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and then select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Port Settings] screen is displayed.
3 When using the FTP protocol, enable the FTP client port.
1) Select [FTP Client] and then select [Change Settings].
2) Select [Port Status] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
4) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
4 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP
address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 5.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and then [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].

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6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".

Using the Scan Service


5 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
6 Select [Exit].
7 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that either the SMB
port or FTP client port is enabled and the IP addresses are configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

Configuration on the Computer 12


The following describes the configuration procedure for the computer.

„Using with FTP


Create a folder for transmission destinations to the server which log in.

„Using with SMB


Create a folder on the computer and configure it as shared folder.

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Configuration of the Job Flow

Installation Overview
This section describes the configuration procedure to use the job flow scanning on the
machine.
Using the Scan Service

The following is the procedure to use the job flow scanning.


z Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP
Enable the SOAP, Internet Services (HTTP), and SNMP ports, and then set an IP
address on the machine.
z Configuring the SNMP port
Configure the transport protocol for the SNMP port using CentreWare Internet
Services.

12
z
Configuration on the Computer
Create job flows used for scanned documents.

Enabling Port and Setting TCP/IP


In order to use the job flow service, enable the SOAP, SNMP, and Internet Services
(HTTP) ports, and then set an IP address. The procedure for setting the machine is as
follows.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Enable the SOAP port.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [SOAP] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled] and then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Port Settings] screen is displayed.
3 Enable the SNMP port.
1) Select [SNMP] and then select [Change Settings].
2) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
3) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].

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4) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Port Settings] screen is displayed.


5) Enable the Internet Services (HTTP) port as above.
6) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
4 Set an IP address.
If an IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain an IP address. Either the address
cannot be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure an IP

Using the Scan Service


address, a subnet mask, and a gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 5.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).
4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] then [Change Settings].
5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
12
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP - Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP - Gateway Address] as the above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 240, 248, 252,
254, and 255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.
• If you do not set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
5 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
6 Select [Exit].
7 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the SOAP, SNMP
port and the Internet Services (HTTP) port are enabled and the IP addresses are
configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

Configuring the SNMP Port


Configure the transport protocol for the SNMP port using CentreWare Internet
Services.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/

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z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [Start Port].
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5 Select the [UDP] check box under [SNMP].


6 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply].
2) Enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name] and
[Password], and click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is “11111” and the default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.

12 4) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting value will be
reflected.

Configuration on the Computer


Create job flows used for scanned documents.
For details on creating job flows, refer to the manual contained in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.

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This chapter describes how to use the Internet fax (iFax) service on the
machine.
z
iFax Overview ...........................................................................................126
z Preparations .............................................................................................126
z Installation Procedure ...............................................................................127
13 Using the iFax Service

iFax Overview

When the fax feature is enabled and equipped with an optional Internet Fax Kit, the
machine can transmit scanned data as an e-mail attachment using either corporate
networks or the Internet, unlike conventional fax machines which utilize public phone
lines. Also, the machine can receive e-mails transmitted from machines which support
the iFax service.
Refer to "About Internet Fax" under "Chapter 4 Fax" in the User Guide for details of iFax.
Note • An optional package is necessary. For details, contact our Customer Support Center.
Using the iFax Service

Preparations

The following describes the necessary conditions to use iFax on the machine.

13 System Requirements for the Machine


z
Internet Fax Kit
z The machine is connected to the network and communication through TCP/IP is
available.
z
The environment is prepared for e-mail exchange.

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Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
This section describes the configuration procedure to use the iFax feature on the
machine.
The following is the procedure to use the iFax feature.
z Enabling the port and Setting TCP/IP
Enable the ports which are used for the iFax feature, and set an IP address of the
machine.

Using the iFax Service


z Configuring the e-mail environment
Configure the items for the iFax feature on the machine.
Note • Configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.

Enabling the Port and Setting TCP/IP


First enable the ports for the e-mail feature, then set the IP address. The procedure for
setting the machine is as follows.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services. 13
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID using the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is "11111". When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is "x-admin".

3) Select [System Settings].


2 Enable the ports which are used for e-mail.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Port Settings].
4) Select [Receive E-mail] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Select [Port Status] and select [Change Settings].
6) Select [Enabled] then select [Save].
7) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Port Settings] screen is displayed.
8) Enable [Send E-Mail] in the [Send E-Mail - Port Status] screen as above.
9) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
3 Set the IP address.
If the IP address is already set, this step is not necessary. Also, in an environment with
DHCP or BOOTP, configure the way to obtain the address. Either the address cannot
be obtained automatically or manual configuration is preferred, configure the IP
address, subnet mask, and gateway address.
1) Select [Protocol Settings].
2) Select [TCP/IP - Get IP Address] and select [Change Settings].

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3) Select one from [DHCP], [BOOTP], [RARP], [DHCP/Autonet] and [Manual], and
then select [Save]. If you select anything other than [Manual], proceed to Step 4.
Note • When using a DHCP server, also configure the WINS (Windows Internet Name Service)
server. To set a DHCP server, use CentreWare Internet Services. For details, refer to "Using
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.63).

4) Select [TCP/IP - IP Address] and select [Change Settings].


5) Enter the IP address using the numeric keypad.
Note • Enter the IP address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in
the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be
used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
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• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].

6) Select [Save].
7) Configure [TCP/IP – Subnet Mask] and [TCP/IP – Gateway Address] as above.
Note • Enter the gateway address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric
value in the range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx
cannot be used.
• Specify the subnet mask by a combination of the numbers 0, 128, 192, 224, 248, 252, and
255. However, you cannot use 0 between non-zero values.

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• If you do not set the gateway address, enter "0.0.0.0".
Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
5 Select [Exit].
6 After the machine is restarted, print out a settings list to confirm that the ports are
enabled and TCP/IP is configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

Configuring the E-mail Environment


The following describes the configuration procedure for the e-mail environment.
Note • The configuration can also be performed using CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Display the [System Administrator Menu] screen.


1) Press the <Log In/Out> button.
2) Enter the user ID with the numeric keypad or a keyboard displayed by pressing
[Keyboard], and select [Confirm].
Note • The default user ID is “11111”. When using the Authentication feature, a passcode is
required. The default passcode is “x-admin”.
3) Select [System Settings].
2 Set an e-mail address, host name, and domain name.
1) Select [System Settings].
2) Select [Network Settings].
3) Select [Machine’s E-mail Address/Host Name].
4) Select [E-mail Address] and then select [Change Settings].
5) Enter an e-mail address using the keyboard displayed.
6) Select [Save].
7) Set a host name and a domain name as above.

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8) Select [Close].

„If [SMTP] has been selected for [E-mail Receive Protocol]


Aliases cannot be configured. A user can decide an account name (the left side of the
@ mark). An address (the right side of the@ mark) is a combination of a host name and
a domain name.
Example: mymail@myhost.example.com
z
Account name : mymail
z
Host name : myhost
z Domain name : example.com

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„If [POP3] has been selected for [E-mail Receive Protocol]
Specify a POP user name to an account name (the left side of the @ mark), and a
POP3 receiving mail server to an address (the right side of the @ mark). A user can
decide an alias such as mymail@example.com.
Example: mymail@mb1.abc.example.com
z Account name : mymail
3 Set the protocol for receiving e-mail.
1) Select [Others]. 13
2) Select [E-mail Receive Protocol] and then select [Change Settings].
3) Select either [SMTP] or [POP3] as appropriate for your environment.
4) Select [Save].
5) Select [Close].

„If [SMTP] has been selected for [E-mail Receive Protocol]


1) Select [Outgoing/Incoming E-mail Settings].
2) Select [SMTP Server Settings] and then set the following items for the SMTP
server.
z [SMTP Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.

„If [POP3] has been selected for [E-mail Receive Protocol]


1) Select [E-mail Send/Receive Settings].
2) Select [POP3 Server Settings] and set the following items for the POP3 server.
z
[POP3 Server Setup]
Select from [By IP Address] or [By Server Name].
z [POP3 Server IP Address]
Enter an IP address if [By IP Address] has been selected for [POP3 Server Setup].
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
z
[POP3 Server Name]
Enter an server name if [By Server Name] has been selected for [POP3 Server
Setup].

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z
[POP3 Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.
z
[POP3 Server Check Interval]
Set the interval for checking e-mail on the POP3 server.
z [POP3 Server Login Name]
Enter the name to login to the POP3 server.
z
[POP3 Server Password]
Enter the same password twice in [New Password] and [Re-enter Password]. If you
do not set the password, leave it blank and select [Save].
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z
[POP Receiving Password Encryption]
Select [On (APOP)] to encrypt the password.
3) Select [Save].
4) Select [Close].
4 Configure the e-mail transmission
1) Select [SMTP Server Settings] and then set the following items for the SMTP

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server.
z
[SMTP Server Setup]
Select from [By IP Address] or [By Server Name].
z [SMTP Server IP Address]
Enter an IP address if [By IP Address] has been selected for [SMTP Server Setup].
Note • Enter the address in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”. The "xxx" must be a numeric value in the
range from 0 to 255. However, 224-255.xxx.xxx.xxx, and 127.xxx.xxx.xxx cannot be used.
• When you make an entry mistake, press the <C> (Clear) button and enter again.
• When moving to the next value without entering all 3 digits, select [Next].
z
[SMTP Server Name]
Enter a server name if [By Server Name] has been selected for [SMTP Server
Setup].
z
[SMTP Server Port Number]
Enter a value in the range from 1 to 65535.
Note • This configuration is not necessary if [SMTP] has been selected for [E-mail Receive
Protocol] and has already been configured.
z
[E-mail Send Authentication]
Select one from [Off], [POP before SMTP], or [SMTP AUTH].
Note • If [POP before SMTP] has been selected, the POP3 settings must be set.
z [SMTP AUTH Login Name]
Set this item if [SMTP AUTH] has been selected for [E-mail Send Authentication].
z
[SMTP AUTH Password]
Set this item if [SMTP AUTH] has been selected for [E-mail Send Authentication].
Enter the same password twice in [New Password] and [Re-enter Password]. If you
do not set the password, leave it blank and select [Save].
2) Select [Close].
5 Configure the Domain filter.
1) Select [Domain Filter] and set the following items.

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z
Domain filtering
Select one from [Off], [Enter Permitted Domain Names], or [Enter Rejected Domain
Names].
z [Domain 1] - [Domain 50]
Specify up to 50 domains if either [Enter Permitted Domain Name] or [Enter Rejected
Domain Name] has been selected for [Domain Filter].
2) Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Network Settings] screen is displayed.
6 Set the S/MIME information.
1) Select [PKI (Public Key) Settings].

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2) Select [S/MIME Settings] and set the following items.
z
Device Certificate - S/MIME
Link a certificate to the machine. For information on creating a certificate, refer to
"HTTP" (P.88).
z S/MIME Communication
Set whether to enable or disable S/MIME Communication when a certificate ID is set.
z Receive Untrusted E-mail
Set whether to receive untrusted e-mail or not. 13
z Receive Untrusted iFAX
Set whether to receive untrusted iFAX or not.
z
Message Digest Algorithm
Select a message digest algorithm from [SHA1] or [MD5].
z
Contents Encryption Method
Select a contents encryption method from [3DES], [RC2-40], [RC2-64], or [RC2-
128].
z Digital Signature - Outgoing E-mail
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to e-mail or select a digital signature
when sending e-mail.
z
Digital Signature - Outgoing iFAX
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to e-mail or select a digital signature
when sending iFAX.
z
Certificate Auto Store
Select whether or not to automatically store a S/MIME certificate attached with the
e-mail when receiving e-mail sent from an address registered in the address book.
7 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [System Settings] screen is displayed.
8 Select [Exit].
9 After the machine is restarted, print a settings list to confirm that each item is
configured.
For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

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Testing iFax

Send from the Machine to a Computer


Test the iFax transmission from the machine.

1 Select [Fax/Internet Fax] on the [All Services] screen to display the [Fax/Internet Fax]
screen.
2 Select [iFax/Fax] several times to display "iFax" on the screen.
3 Enter a destination address.
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4 Press the <Start> button to transmit.


5 Check if the computer can receive e-mail.
If the computer could not receive e-mail, refer to "Problem Solving" (P.149).

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This chapter describes how to use the Server Fax service on the machine.
z
Server Fax Overview ................................................................................134
z Preparations .............................................................................................134
z Installation Procedure ...............................................................................135
14 Using the Server Fax Service

Server Fax Overview

If your machine supports the scan feature, installing the Server Fax Kit (optional) allows
you to use the fax feature of a Server Fax server.
With this Server Fax feature, you can transfer image data received by the machine to
the Server Fax server, and can transfer image data received by the Server Fax server
to the machine via a network based on the settings you made.
Important • While the Fax Server feature is enabled, the Fax feature is detected as "not installed" even if
a Fax Kit is installed on the machine. During that time, therefore, fax transmission and
reception are disabled and printed reports show that the machine does not support the Fax
feature.
Using the Server Fax Service

Note • The Server Fax service cannot be used together with the Fax service or the Internet Fax
service.

Preparations

The following describes the necessary conditions to use Server Fax on the machine.

System Requirements for the Machine

14 Scanner Kit needs to be installed on the machine.


z

z Server Fax Kit needs to be installed on the machine.


z The machine needs to be connected to a network and needs to support TCP/IP
communication.
z
A Server Fax server needs to be installed on the network.

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Installation Procedure

Installation Overview
This section describes the configuration procedure to use the Server Fax feature on the
machine.
The following is the procedure to use the Server Fax feature.
z Fax Settings
If your machine supports both the Fax and Server Fax features, enable the Server
Fax feature.
z Enabling the port and setting TCP/IP

Using the Server Fax Service


Enable the port which are to be used for the Server Fax feature, and set an IP
address of the machine.
z
Setting the protocol
For the SMB and FTP protocols, refer to "Configuration of Scan to PC" (P.119)
For the SMTP protocol, refer to "Configuration of E-mail" (P.105)
z Setting the Server Fax feature
Enable the Server Fax service and set the repository.

Fax Settings 14
If your machine does not support the Fax feature and supports the Server Fax feature
only, the Server Fax feature will be enabled automatically.
If your machine supports both the Fax and Server Fax features, manually switch to the
Server Fax feature.
The following procedure explains how to switch to the Server Fax feature on
CentreWare Internet Services.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).
Note • You can switch to the Server Fax feature also on the machine’s Control Panel.

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [+] on the left of [Fax] to display the items in the folder.
6 Click [Fax Settings].
7 On the [Fax Settings] screen, select [Scan to Fax Server] under [Fax Service].

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8 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.


1) Click [Apply].
2) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
3) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.

Setting the Server Fax Feature


Enable the Server Fax feature and set the file destination. The following procedure
explains how to set them on CentreWare Internet Services.
Using the Server Fax Service

For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/

14 Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [Protocol Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [+] on the left of [Fax] to display the items in the folder.
6 On the tree in the left frame, click [General].
7 On the [General] screen, set [Scan File Transfer Report] under [Fax].
8 Set [Optional Information] under [Job Log].
9 Click [Apply] to reflect the settings.
10 On the tree in the left frame, click [Fax Repository Setup].
11 On the [Fax Repository Setup] screen, set the items under [Fax Destination].
12 Select a protocol.
Note • When [FTP] or [SMB] is selected, faxes will be sent to the destination specified under [File
Destination]. When [SMTP] is selected, faxes will be sent to the destination specified in the
E-mail settings.
For details on this setting, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services help.

„When [FTP] or [SMB] is selected


Set the repository server that is to be used for the Server Fax feature.
z IP Address/Host Name and Port (If the port number is blank, FTP:21 or SMB:131 will
be used.)
z
Share (SMB only)
z
Document Pass
z
Login Name

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z
Password
z Retype Password

„When SMTP is selected


The SMTP server settings are the same as the E-mail settings.
For details on the SMTP server settings, refer to "Configuration of E-mail" (P.105)
The following settings are additionally required for the SMTP server.
z Domain Name
z
E-mail Address Display Format
13 Click [Apply] to reflect the settings.

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For information on how to print a settings list, refer to "Print Report/List" under "Chapter 13 Machine
Status" in the User Guide.

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This chapter describes the configuration to utilize the security services on the
machine.
z
Security Service Overview........................................................................140
z Configuration of HTTP Communication Encryption ..................................141
z Configuration of E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature................................144
z
Configuration of Scan File Signature (PDF/DocuWorks Signature) .........147
15 Security

Security Service Overview

Communication Security Service


The communication data between the machine and computers on a network can be encrypted.
For information on how to encrypt data, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services online help.

„Encryption of the HTTP Communication from a Client to the Machine


(SSL/TLS Server)
The SOAP port, Internet Services (HTTP) port, IPP port, and WebDAV port use the
HTTP server of the machine.
The SSL/TLS protocol is used to encrypt the HTTP communication form a client to the
machine.
**Registered certificates or certificates created by CentreWare Internet Service(valid
for 1 year) can be used as SSL/TLS certificates used on the SSL/TLS server.
Note • When using certificates that have already been created, import them with CentreWare
Internet Services.
• By enciphering HTTP communication, communication data can be enciphered at the time of
printing using IPP (SSL encrypted communication).

„Encryption of the HTTP Communication from the Machine to a Remote Server


(SSL/TLS Client)
Security

The SSL/TLS protocol is used to encrypt the HTTP communication with a remote
server.
No certificate is required in general. However, if a remote server is set to require a SSL
15 client certificate, a SSL/TLS certificate must be registered from CentreWare Internet
Services to the machine.
**When verification of server certificates is enabled to verify a remote server, the root
certificate of the remote server must be registered from CentreWare Internet Services
to the machine to verify the SSL/TLS certificate of the remote server.
Note • When using certificates that have already been created, import them with CentreWare
Internet Services.

„ E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature


S/MIME is used for E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature. To user S/MIME on the
machine, S/MIME certificates are used.
**Registered certificates can be used as S/MIME certificates.
Note • When using certificates that have already been created, import them with CentreWare
Internet Services.

Scan File Security Services

„Encryption/Digital Signature of PDF/DocuWorks Documents


PDF and DocuWorks documents can be encrypted. Digital signatures are also
available for PDF and DocuWorks documents.
No certificate of the machine is required to encrypt PDF and DocuWorks documents.
However, When adding digital signatures to PDF or DocuWorks documents, scan file
certificates of the machine are used.
**Registered certificates can be used as scan file certificates.
When using certificates that have already been created, import them with CentreWare Internet Services.

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Configuration of HTTP Communication Encryption

Installation Overview
The following is the procedure for HTTP Communication Encryption.
z Configuration on the Machine
Configure a certificate to the machine. No certificate is imported on the machine in
the default settings. Import certificates for a SSL server as needed.
The following is the methods to set a certificate.
- Configuring certificates by CentreWare Internet Services
Two methods are available depending on types of certificates.
- Create a self-certificate on the machine, and enable HTTPS.
- Enable HTTPS, and import a created certificate on the machine.
z Configuration on a Computer
Use addresses beginning with "https".

Configuration on the Machine

Security
Two methods are available to configure certificates by CentreWare Internet Services:
creating a self-certificate (for SSL server), and importing a created certificate on the
machine.
This section describes how to create a self-certificate (for SSL server).
Important • When performing SSL communication using a self-certificate created on the
15
machine, or a certificate with which the character code is indicated by UTF-8, the
following phenomena occur.
• If Internet Explorer is used with Windows 98E or earlier, the issuer/issuing place of the
certificate will not be displayed correctly.
• SSL connection will not be made if Internet Explorer is used with Mac OS X 10.2 or later.
This is because the operating system cannot recognize the character code (UTF-8) of the
certificate. Use Netscape 7 in the above-mentioned OS environments.
For information on how to import created certificates, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services online
help.
Important • When importing a certificate, if the same certificate has been already registered in [Local
Device] or [Others], the certificate cannot be imported. Delete the registered certificate
before importing.
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

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1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine’s IP address or the Internet address to the address box on the web
browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z Example of the IP address entry
http://192.168.1.1/
z
Example of the Internet address entry
http://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add “:” and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [SSL/TLS Settings].
6 Generate a certificate.
1) Click the [Generate Self-Signed Certificate] button.
2) Set [Public Key Size] as necessary.
3) Set [Issuer] as necessary.
4) Click the [Generate Certificate] button. When a screen to enter the user name and
passcode appears, enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into
Security

[User Name] and [Password], and then click [OK].


Note • The default user ID is "11111" and the default passcode is "x-admin".
7 Refresh the web browser.
15 8 Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
9 Click [SSL/TLS Settings].
10 Select the [Enable] check box for [HTTP - SSL/TLS Communication].
11 Set [SSL/TLS Port Number].
Note • Do not use the numbers of any other ports.
12 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply].
2) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
3) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.

Configuration on a Computer
The following describes the configuration for a computer.
When encrypting communication between a web browser and the machine, enter an
address beginning with "https" instead of "http" into the address box in the web
browser.
z
Example of the IP address entry
https://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
https://myhost.example.com

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Configuration of HTTP Communication Encryption

When encrypting the IPP communication (Internet printing), enter an address


beginning with "https" instead of "http" as the URL of a printer that is selected from [Add
Printer] in order to add a printer.
For detail information on the settings, refer to the manual in the CD-ROM of the Driver CD Kit.
No settings are needed to use the SOAP port and WebDAV port.

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Configuration of E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature

Installation Overview
The following is the procedure for E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature.
z Configuration on the Machine
Configure a certificate to the machine. No certificate is imported on the machine in
the default settings.
z Configuration on a Computer
Prepare a certificate that is suitable for E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature.

Configuration on the Machine


To configure certificates by CentreWare Internet Services, first encrypt HTTP
communication, import a created certificate to the machine, and then enable S/MIME.
For information on the settings for encrypting HTTP communication, refer to "Configuration of HTTP
Communication Encryption" (P.141)
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).
Security

1 Start a web browser.


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address beginning with "https" to the

15 address box on the browser, and press the <Enter> key.


z Example of the IP address entry
https://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
https://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add ":" and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Confirm that [Machine’s E-mail Address] of [Description] is filled.
5 Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
6 Click [Certificate Management].
7 Import a certificate.
Important • When importing a certificate, if the same certificate has been already registered in [Local
Device] or [Others], the certificate cannot be imported. Delete the registered certificate
before importing.
1) Enter [Password].
2) Enter [Re-enter Password].
3) Enter a file name you want to import. Or select a file to be imported from a dialog
box displayed by clicking the [Browse] button and then click [Save].
4) Click the [Import] button. When a screen to enter the user name and passcode
appears, enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name]
and [Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is "11111" and the default passcode is "x-admin".

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8 Refresh the web browser.


9 Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
10 Configure the certificate.
1) Click [Certificate Management].
2) Select [Local Device] for [Category], [S/MIME] for [Certificate Purpose], and then
click the [Display the List] button.
3) Select the owner of the certificate to be set.
4) Click the [Certificate Details] button.
5) Click the [Use this Certificate] button.
6) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.
11 Refresh the web browser.
12 Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
13 Click [SSL/TLS Settings].
14 Select the [Enable] check box for [S/MIME Communication].
15 Reflect the values as the machine's setting values.
1) Click [Apply].

Security
2) The right frame on the web browser will change to the machine reboot display.
3) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.
16 Configure the settings for S/MIME. 15
1) Refresh the web browser.
2) Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
3) Click [S/MIME Settings] and set the following items.
z
Message Digest Algorithm
Select a message digest algorithm from [SHA1] or [MD5].
z
Contents Encryption Method
Select the e-mail content encryption method from [3DES], [RC2-40], [RC2-64], or
[RC2-128] when sending an e-mail from the machine.
z Certificate Auto Store
Select whether to automatically store the certificate when receiving e-mail with a
S/MIME certificate sent from an address registered in the address book.
z Receive untrusted e-mail
Set whether or not to receive untrusted e-mail with no certificate attached.
z
Digital Signature - Outgoing E-mail
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to e-mail or to select a digital
signature when sending e-mail from this machine.
z
Receive Untrusted iFAX
Set whether to receive untrusted iFAX or not.

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z
Digital Signature - Outgoing iFAX
Set whether to always attach a digital signature to iFAX, or select a digital signature
when sending iFAX from this machine.
4) Click [Apply] button.

Configuration on a Computer
The following describes the configuration for a computer.

„Sending scanned data by S/MIME encrypted e-mail from the machine to a


computer
It is necessary to register a personal certificate of a sender’s e-mail address on the
machine.
When registering a personal certificate on the machine, a root certificate should be
included in the personal certificate.
For information on how to import a certificate, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services online help.

„Sending e-mail with S/MIME digital signature from the machine to a computer
No settings are required on a recipient computer.

„Sending S/MIME encrypted e-mail by e-mail printing from a computer to the


machine
Security

It is necessary to register a S/MIME certificate of the machine on the computer.


There are two methods to set a S/MIME certificate of the machine to the computer:

15 z
Sending e-mail with S/MIME digital signature from the machine to the computer
To send e-mail with a S/MIME digital signature from the machine, configure to attach
digital signature when sending e-mail in the [Digital Signature - Outgoing E-mail]
settings.
z
Exporting a S/MIME certificate to the computer using CentreWare Internet Services
and registering the exported S/MIME certificate in a certificate store of an e-mail
application
For information on how to export a certificate, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services online help. For
information on how to register a certificate in an e-mail application, refer to manuals provided with the
application.

„Sending e-mail with S/MIME digital signature from a computer to the machine
It is necessary to register a personal certificate of a sender's e-mail address, an
intermediate certificate authority certificate of the personal certificate, and a root
certificate to the machine.
For information on how to import a certificate, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services online help.

„Supported e-mail applications


E-mail applications that can send and receive e-mail to and from the machine are as
follows:
z Outlook 2000/2002/2003
z
Outlook Express 6
z Netscape 7.x

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Configuration of Scan File Signature (PDF/DocuWorks Signature)

Configuration of Scan File Signature


(PDF/DocuWorks Signature)

Installation Overview
Use the following procedure to affix a signature (PDF signature/DocuWorks signature)
to a scanned document to send as a PDF or DocuWorks document.
z Configuration on the Machine
Register a certificate to the machine.
No certificate is imported on the machine in the default settings.
z
Configuration on a Computer
Prepare for verification of a PDF signature or DocuWorks signature.

Configuration on the Machine


To configure certificates by CentreWare Internet Services, first encrypt HTTP
communication, import a created certificate to the machine, and then set it as scan file
certificate.
For information on the settings for encrypting HTTP communication, refer to "Configuration of HTTP

Security
Communication Encryption" (P.141)
For information on how to use CentreWare Internet Services, refer to "Using CentreWare Internet
Services" (P.63).

1 Start a web browser. 15


2 Enter the machine's IP address or the Internet address beginning with "https" to the
address box on the browser, and press the <Enter> key.
z
Example of the IP address entry
https://192.168.1.1/
z Example of the Internet address entry
https://myhost.example.com/
Note • When specifying a port number, add ":" and the port number to the end of the Internet
address.
3 Click the [Properties] tab.
4 Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
5 Click [Certificate Management].
6 Import a certificate.
Important • When importing a certificate, if the same certificate has been already registered in [Local
Device] or [Others], the certificate cannot be imported. Delete the registered certificate
before importing.
1) Enter [Password].
2) Enter [Re-enter Password]
3) Enter a file name you want to import. Or select a file to be imported from a dialog
box displayed by clicking the [Browse] button and then click [Save].

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4) Click the [Import] button. When a screen to enter the user name and passcode
appears, enter the System Administrator user ID and passcode into [User Name]
and [Password], and then click [OK].
Note • The default user ID is "11111" and the default passcode is "x-admin".
7 Refresh the web browser.
8 Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
9 Configure the certificate.
1) Click [Certificate Management].
2) Select [Local Device] for [Category], [Scan File] for [Certificate Purpose], and then
click the [Display the List] button.
3) Select the owner of the certificate to be set.
4) Click the [Display Certificate] button.
5) Click the [Select Certificate] button.
6) Click [Reboot Machine]. The machine will reboot and the setting values will be
reflected.
10 Configure the settings for PDF Signature/DocuWorks Signature.
1) Refresh the web browser.
2) Click [+] on the left of [PKI Settings] to display the items in the folder.
Security

3) Click [PDF/DocuWorks Security/Settings] and then set the following items.


z
PDF Signature
Select the setting for PDF Signature from [Do not add signature], [Always add visible
15 z
signature], [Always add invisible signature], or [Select during send].
DocuWorks Signature
Select the setting for DocuWorks Signature from [Do not add signature], [Always add
signature], or [Select during send].
4) Click [Apply].

Configuration on a Computer
The following describes the configuration for a computer.

„Sending a DocuWorks security certificate file from the machine to a computer


It is necessary to register a personal certificate of a person to whom the data is
disclosed on the machine, and then register the certificate to the address book.
When registering a personal certificate on the machine, the root certificate should be
included in the personal certificate.
For information on how to import a certificate, refer to the CentreWare Internet Services online help.

„Sending a PDF or DocuWorks signature file from the machine to a computer


Confirm if the root certificate of the certificate for the scan file signature of the machine
is registered on the recipient’s computer.

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This chapter describes how to troubleshoot network related problems, and


important notes and restrictions.
z SMB ..........................................................................................................150
z
NetWare....................................................................................................154
z
TCP/IP ......................................................................................................158
z
EtherTalk ..................................................................................................162
z
Bonjour .....................................................................................................164
z CentreWare Internet Services ..................................................................165
z Scanner Features .....................................................................................166
z
E-Mail Features ........................................................................................168
z
Internet/Intranet Connection .....................................................................169
16 Problem Solving

SMB

This section describes the troubleshooting, and notes and restrictions when using
SMB.

Troubleshooting
The possible causes, check points, and remedies for problems when using SMB are as
follows.

When you cannot communicate with the printer

Cause Check point Remedy


The computer and the While [Search for Other Configure the machine and
machine are using different Computers] ([Start] > each computer to use the
protocols. [Search] > [Other same SMB operational
Computers]) on the computer protocol.
is showing the printer,
[Network Computer] does not
show the printer.
The machine belongs to While [Search for Other When the machine and the
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different networks (subnets). Computers] ([Start] > computers are on different


[Search] > [Other networks, consult your
Computers]) on the computer network administrator.
is showing the printer,
[Network Computer] does not
show the printer.
The host name for the Print out [System Settings Use the CentreWare Internet

16 machine is already in use. List] to confirm if “Repetitive


Host Name” is printed in the
SMB status information.
Services to change the host
name to a unique name, or
initialize the machine settings
to their default.

When you cannot communicate with the printer or other SMB machines

Cause Check point Remedy


If [Auto Master Mode] of SMB The machine or other SMB Confirm the setting of [Auto
is set to [On], the number of machines cannot be Master Mode] of SMB. If
machines whose information searched from the Network enabled, change the setting
can be stored is limited. That Computers icon. to [Off].
depends on the network
environment.

When you cannot print

Cause Check point Remedy


The machine is processing a Confirm the machine is Wait till the machine finishes
request from a different processing a print job. (A processing the print job, or
computer. write error dialog should be change the machine setting
(When [SMB (Spool)] is set to displayed to indicate that to [Spool] mode.
[Off]) there is no room for the print
job.)

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Cause Check point Remedy


Number of connections to the Confirm if the machine is Wait for a while and retry
machine exceeded the processing simultaneous printing.
maximum connections processing requests (print
allowed. requests, status queries, etc.)
from multiple computers. (A
write error dialog should be
displayed to indicate that no
more remote computers can
be connected.)

When you cannot delete documents from the [Printer] window

Cause Check point Remedy


You are trying to delete all Confirm whether you are Select the print data to be
print data displayed in the trying to delete the print data deleted, and delete from the
[Printer] window. (Only the from the [Printer] menu. [Document] menu in the
system administrator is ([Clear Print Jobs] menu.) [Printer] window. ([Cancel
allowed to delete all data.) Printing] menu.)
The print data has a different Confirm if the name Login to Windows using the
owner. displayed as the owner for owner's name and then
the selected print data and delete the print data.
the user's login name to

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Windows are the same.
Service Pack 4.0 or later is Confirm the Service Pack Install Service Pack 4.0 or
not installed. version which is displayed later.
(For Windows NT 4.0.) when Windows NT 4.0 is
starting up.

Others

Symptom Remedy
16
The message "Unknown Change the setting of the SMB receiving buffer to [Hard Disk
document name" is displayed Spool] or [Memory Spool].
at the job name in the job
history instead of the correct
job name.

Notes and Restrictions


The following are the notes and restrictions for using SMB.

Configuration on the Machine


z
IP addresses are managed throughout the system as a whole. The configuration
should be performed only after consulting with your network administrator.
z
Subnet Mask and Gateway addresses may be necessary depending on the network
environment. Confirm with the network administrator and set up the necessary items.
z When the port status is set to [Enable], it sometimes automatically switches to
[Disable] if the machine has insufficient memory. If this happens, either set an
unused port to [Disable], or adjust the assigned memory size.

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z
Adjust the receiving buffer [SMB (Spool)] size according to usage. When the
receiving buffer [SMB (Spool)] size is smaller than the transmitted data, the machine
may not be able to receive the data.

Configuration on a Computer
z
IP addresses are managed throughout the system as a whole. The configuration
should be performed only after consulting with your network administrator.

Switching Off the Power


Check the following points when switching off the machine.
z
When [SMB (Spool)] is set to [Memory].
All print data spooled within the machine memory, including the data which is being
printed is erased. The print data will not be found when the machine is powered on
again.
However, if the power was switched off immediately after a computer instructed a
print job, the job may remain on the computer. In this case, the stored data on the
computer will be printed out in order before any later instructions when the machine
is powered back on.
z
When [SMB (Spool)] is set to [Hard Disk].
All print data spooled in the machine hard disk, including the data which is being
printed is preserved. In this case, the stored data on the machine hard disk will be
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printed out in order before any later instructions when the machine is powered back
on.
z When [SMB (Spool)] is set to [Off].
All print data spooled in the machine receiving buffer, including the data which is
being printed is erased. The print data will not be found when the machine is powered
on again.
16 However, if the power was switched off immediately after a computer instructed a
print job, the job may remain on the computer. In this case, the stored data on the
computer will be printed out in order before any later instructions when the machine
is powered back on.

While Printing
z
When [SMB (Spool)] is set to either [Hard Disk] or [Memory].
If the transmitted print data size exceeded the available amount of either hard disk
or memory, the print data will not be received.
Note • When the print data has exceeded the receivable size, some computers may immediately
re-transmit the print data. When this occurs, the computer appears to be halted. Deal with
this problem by canceling the print data transmission from the computer.
z
When [SMB (Spool)] is set to [Off].
While the machine is receiving a print request from a computer, the machine cannot
accept any print requests from other computers.
z
When a computer's IP address or a computer name is changed.
When a computer's IP address or a computer name is changed, queries and cancel
processes from the machine will not be performed correctly. Switch the machine off
and on when there is no print data in the receiving buffer.
Note • Canceling print jobs or forcing the machine to print the remaining jobs in the receiving buffer
can be operated from the control panel on the machine. For information on the operation,
refer to “Job Status" in Chapter 12 of the User Guide.

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z
When the machine is off-line.
If a computer instructs a print job while the machine is off-line, the machine will not
receive the data and a write error dialog will be displayed on the computer.
z Deleting jobs.
For Windows NT 4.0, jobs can be deleted if Service Pack 4 or later is installed. A
write error will be displayed if the job is deleted while it is being received. In this case,
[Retry] displayed on the error dialog is of no use.

Environment for Printing through SMB


z
When using Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Server
2003, if [Unicode Support] is enabled, no printing is available on the SMB
environment.
z
When printing through the SMB port on Windows XP, the user name may not be
displayed correctly.

SMB Authentication
When an IP address or a host name is used to designate the authentication server for
SMB authentication, even if the domain name is not correct, if a correct user name and
passcode are entered, the authentication succeeds.

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NetWare

The possible causes, check points, and remedies for problems when using NetWare
are as follows.

When you cannot print


Cause Check point Remedy
Network equipment (hubs, etc.) Check the network equipment to Set the machine's frame type to
are not supporting automatic see if the data link indicator of the same type as the connected
frame type detection. the port where the machine is file server.
connected is lit. Confirm if the
frame types used by the file
servers on the network are
standardized.
A problem occurred on the Use NWADMIN on the computer Replace the faulty network cable
network between the computer to confirm if the machine object installed between the computer
and the machine. can be browsed.* and the machine.
Job sender (user or group name) Use NWADMIN from a computer Re-transmit the print data to the
is not specified in [User] for the to confirm that the print queue print queue whose [User]
print queue. object [User] information lists the information includes the job
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job sender (user or group sender (user or group name).


name).*
Use NWADMIN from a computer
to register job sender (user or
group name) to [User] of [Print
Queue].*
Job transmission to the print Use PCONSOLE to confirm if Use PCONSOLE to set the item

16 queue is prohibited. [User can register to the queue]


is set to [Yes] under [Current
Queue Status] of [Print Queue].
to [Yes].

Use NWADMIN on the computer Use NWADMIN on a computer


to confirm if [Recognition] of the to confirm if [Recognition] of the
print queue has the operator print queue has each item of the
class checked.* operator class checked.*
Job sender (user or group name) Use NWADMIN from a computer Re-transmit the print data to the
is not specified in the user to confirm that the print server's print queue whose [User] of
setting for the print server. [User] information lists the job [Print Server Information]
sender (user or group name).* includes the job sender (user or
group name).
Use NWADMIN from a computer
to register job sender (user or
group name) to [User]
information of the print server.*
The print queue where the user Use NWADMIN from a computer Re-transmit the print data to the
has transmitted the print data, is to check the print queue print queue which is assigned to
not assigned to the machine. [Assignment] to see if the the machine.*
machine is in the printer list
Use NWADMIN from a computer
serviced by the print queue.*
to add the print queue to the
machine.*

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Cause Check point Remedy


Print data format and the print If the computer is running on
environment settings on the - Windows, set it not to output
computer do not match. <Ctrl>-D.
The number of print queues set Use NWADMIN from a computer Re-transmit the print data to the
for the machine exceeds the to check the machine's print queue which is assigned to
maximum number of supported [Assignment] print queue list to the machine.*
queues on the machine. see if the desirable print queue
is assigned to the machine.*
The slave file server is not Use PCONSOLE from a Use PCONSOLE from a
configured. ([Bindery Service] computer to confirm if the slave computer to register the slave
mode) file server is registered to file server and propagate the
[Service NetWare Server] on the configuration parameters.
print server indicated by [Print
Server Information].*
Printer types do not match. Use PCONSOLE from a Use PCONSOLE from a
computer to confirm if the printer computer to set the printer type
type is set to parallel, port is set to parallel, port to LPT1, location
to LPT1 and location is set to to automatic mode (local) and
automatic mode (local) under propagate the configuration
[Print Server Information] > parameters.*
[Printer] > [Printer xxx
Environment Configuration].*

Problem Solving
The slave file server Use PCONSOLE from a If not set to [Defined Elsewhere],
configuration is mismatched. computer to confirm if the printer change to [Defined Elsewhere]
([Bindery Service] mode) type is set to [Defined and propagate the configuration
Elsewhere] under [Print Server parameter.*
Information] > [Printer] > [Printer
xxx Environment Settings].*
The form number on the print Use NWADMIN on a computer Use NWADMIN from a computer
data and the form number set to
the printer do not match.
to select the machine and
confirm that the start number of
to match the [Start Form]
number in the machine's
16
the form in the environment environment setting to the
setting matches the number in number in the print data.*
the print data.*
The level settings for the IPX Use the set command from the Enter the following command
checksum do not match. console screen on the file server from the console screen on the
and confirm whether the IPX file server to set the IPX
checksum is set to level 2. checksum to either level 0 or
level 1.
set Enable IPX Checksum=x
(x = 0 or 1)
The level settings for the NCP Use the set command from the Enter the following command
packet signature do not match. console screen on the file server from the console screen on the
and confirm whether the NCP file server to set the NCP packet
packet signature is set to level 3. signature to either level 0, 1, or
2, and restart the file server. set
NCP Packet Signature Option=x
(x = 0, 1, or 2)
The default device name is Print out either [System Settings Set the device name using the
incorrect. List] to confirm the last 6 digits (3 correct Ethernet address.
bytes) of the Ethernet address.
Set the device name different
from the default name.

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Cause Check point Remedy


The directory tree name is not Print out [System Settings List] Set the tree name.
configured. to confirm if the tree name is
specified.
The context is not set. Print out [System Settings List] Set the context.
to confirm if the context is
specified.
Connected to a different printer Use NWADMIN from a computer Use Driver CD Kit CD-ROM from
object. to confirm if the correct object is a computer to correctly set the
assigned using the layout file server name/tree name/
information of the print server.* context/active mode.
Use the CentreWare Internet
Services from a computer to
correctly set the file server
name/tree name/context/active
mode.
The NetWare port on the Print out [System Settings List] Enable the NetWare port.
machine is not set to “Enable”. to confirm if the NetWare port is
enabled.
The file server is down. Search for the file server using Start the file server.
[Network Neighborhood].
There is another device on the Switch off the machine and use Use the Driver CD Kit CD-ROM
Problem Solving

network with an identical device NWADMIN from a computer to from a computer to set a
name. confirm that the status of the different device name.
printer object is “Standby”.
The NetWare port is not Print out [System Settings List] For the case of IPX/SPX, start
functioning. to confirm if the network number the NetWare server. For the
is left to “0000000” (NetWare case of TCP/IP, either set a
server is down) if using IPX/ static IP address or start the
16 SPX. If using TCP/IP, confirm if
the IP address is left to “0.0.0.0”
DHCP server.

(static address unspecified, or


the DHCP server is down).
*:Refer to NetWare Online Documentation for configuration and operations.

When "Switch the machine off" is displayed


Cause Check point Remedy
A NetWare problem occurred. Restart the machine.
- Switch on the machine after the
display completely disappears.

When the print output is not as you expected


Cause Check point Remedy
The print language of the print Confirm the print language on Match the print language of the
data and the print language the machine. print data and the print language
configured on the machine are configured on the machine.
different.

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When no notification is received


The possible causes, check points and remedies when no notification is received on
the computer which instructed a print job are as follows.

When the printing problems are not notified


Cause Check point Remedy
The user is not listed on the print Use PCONSOLE on the Add the name of the job user or
server notification recipients. computer to check if the job user the name of the user’s group to
or user’s group has been [Notify].
registered under [Print Server
Information] > [Printer] > [Printer
xxx Environment Settings] >
[Notify].

When the completion of the job is not notified


Cause Check point Remedy
The [Notify] option is not Confirm if the [Notify] option is Specify the [Notify] option when
specified when the computer specified when transmitting the transmitting the print data.
transmitted the print data. print data.
Netware command [CASTOFF] Issue the NetWare command

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has been issued on the - [CASTON] on the computer.
computer.

16

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TCP/IP

This section describes the troubleshooting, and notes and restrictions when using
TCP/IP.

Troubleshooting
The possible causes, check points, and remedies for problems when using TCP/IP
(LPD) are as follows.

When using Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Me

Cause Status display / Check point / Remedy


The machine is connected to Status Unable to print (Network Error)
the different network from the display
computer.
Check Confirm with your network system administrator
point if a router or a gateway is present between the
networks where the computer and the machine
are connected.
Remedy Connect the machine to the network where the
computer is connected.
Problem Solving

A connection cannot be Status Unable to print (Network Error)


established due to a problem display
on the network between the
Check None.
computer and the machine.
point
Remedy Request your network system administrator to
investigate the problem.
16 The machine's power was
switched off after the
Status
display
Unable to print (Network Error)

computer instructed a print


Check Check if the machine is on.
job. Or, the computer
point
instructed a print job while the
machine is switched off. Remedy Switch on the machine.
Multiple numbers of Status Unable to print (Network Error)
computers are instructing display
print jobs simultaneously to
Check None
the machine.
point
Remedy None (The print job will automatically be
recommenced.)
The computer's available disk Status Unable to print (Spool Error)
space is insufficient and display
unable to spool the print file.
Check Open [My Computer] and right click the disk
point where the system is installed (e.g. C drive).
Select [Properties] from the menu and confirm
the available storage.
Remedy Delete unnecessary files to increase available
disk storage. Then select [Pause Printing] from
the [Document] menu in the [Printer] window to
cancel the pause (the print job will restart).

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When using Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003

„When you cannot print

Cause Check point Remedy


The IP address is incorrect. Request your network Set a correct IP address on
administrator to check the the machine.
machine's IP address.
The volume of the print data Confirm the memory amount If the print data is one file and
of an instruction from a for the LPD spool and still exceeds the memory
computer exceeded the compare against the volume amount, divide the file to
maximum receivable volume of the print data transmitted make one instruction smaller
when the LPD spool is set to by an instruction. than the memory.
memory spool.
If the print data is multiple
files and exceeds the
memory amount, decrease
the number of files to print at
once.
An unrecoverable error Confirm if any error Restart the machine.
occurred during the printing messages are displayed on Switch on the machine after
process. the control panel. the display completely
disappears.
The machine is not set to the Confirm the transport Select the transport protocol

Problem Solving
transport protocol which protocol selected on the which matches the
matches the protocol on the machine. computer's protocol.
computer.
The data format the machine - Set not to output <Ctrl>-D.
is trying to process does not
match the data format of the
print data transmitted from a
computer.
16
„When the print output is not as you expected

Cause Check point Remedy


Selected print language on Confirm the selected print Select the print language on
the machine does not match language on the machine and the machine to match the
the print language of the print the print language of the print print data.
data. data.
The computer is not using the Confirm if the print driver on Select the print driver
print driver supplied with the the computer is the one supplied with the machine on
machine (using another supplied with the machine. the computer. If it does not
company's print driver). appear on the selection list,
install the print driver
supplied with the machine
and then select it. The
operation is not guaranteed if
another print driver is used.

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When using MacOS X 10.2

„When you cannot print

Cause Check point Remedy


The LPD port is not Confirm if the LPD port is Enable the LPD port when
functioning. enabled. printing with a printer
detected by Bonjour.

Notes and Restrictions


The following are the notes and restrictions for using TCP/IP (LPD).

Configuration on the Machine


z
IP addresses are managed throughout the system as a whole. The configuration
should be performed only after consulting with your network administrator.
z
Subnet Mask and Gateway addresses may be necessary depending on the network
environment. Confirm with the network administrator and set up the necessary items.
z
When the port status is set to [Enable], it sometimes automatically switches to
[Disable] if the machine has insufficient memory. If this happens, either set an
unused port to [Disable], or adjust the assigned memory size.
Problem Solving

z Adjust the receiving buffer [lpd (Spool)] size according to usage. When the receiving
buffer [lpd (Spool)] size is smaller than the transmitted data, the machine may not be
able to receive the data.

Configuration on the Computer


IP addresses are managed throughout the system as a whole. The configuration
16
z

should be performed only after consulting with your network administrator.


z When performing network settings (IP address, etc.) on a host under the NIS
(Network Information Service) management, consult with the NIS administrator.

Switching Off the Power


Check the following points when switching off the machine.
z
When [lpd (Spool)] is set to [Memory]
All print data spooled within the machine memory, including the data which is being
printed is erased. The print data will not be found when the machine is powered on
again.
However, if the power was switched off immediately after a computer instructed a
print job, the job may remain on the computer. In this case, the stored data on the
computer will be printed out in order before any later instructions when the machine
is powered back on.
z
When [lpd (Spool)] is set to [Hard Disk]
All print data spooled in the machine hard disk, including the data which is being
printed is preserved. In this case, the stored data on the machine hard disk will be
printed out in order before any later instructions when the machine is powered back
on.

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z
When [lpd (Spool)] is set to [Off]
All print data spooled in the machine receiving buffer, including the data which is
being printed is erased. The print data will not be found when the machine is powered
on again.
However, if the power was switched off immediately after a computer instructed a
print job, the job may remain on the computer. In this case, the stored data on the
computer will be printed out in order before any later instructions when the machine
is powered back on.

While Printing
z When [lpd (Spool)] is set to either [Hard Disk] or [Memory]
If the transmitted print data size exceeded the available amount of either hard disk
or memory, the print data will not be received.
Note • When the print data has exceeded the receivable size, some computers may immediately
re-transmit the print data. When this occurs, the computer appears to be halted. Deal with
this problem by canceling the print data transmission from the computer.
z
When [lpd (Spool)] is set to [Off]
While the machine is receiving a print request from a computer, the machine cannot
accept any print requests from other computers.
z
When a computer's IP address or a name is changed
When a computer's IP address or a name is changed, queries and cancel processes

Problem Solving
from the machine will not be performed correctly. Switch the machine off and on
when there is no print data in the receiving buffer.
Note • Canceling print jobs or forcing the machine to print the remaining jobs in the receiving buffer
can be operated from the control panel on the machine. For information on the operation,
refer to “Job Status” in Chapter 12 of the User Guide.

16

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EtherTalk

This section describes the troubleshooting, and notes and restrictions when using
EtherTalk.

Troubleshooting
The possible causes, check points, and remedies for problems when using EtherTalk are as
follows.
Cause Check point Remedy
Documents are printed by a If a printer that is assigned the A printer that is assigned the
printer that is not selected. same printer name has already same printer name may exist on
existed on the network, one of the network. Confirm the printer
the printer names is name. If duplicated, change the
automatically changed during printer name.
boot-up. Therefore, depending
on the timing of powering on the
printer, the name of the printer
assigned may be different from
the printer name used before.
As a result, the printer name is
automatically changed, and
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documents are printed by a


printer that is not selected.
The printer cannot be browsed If the printer is turned on before Turn the printer on after
from clients. it is connected to a network, connecting to the network. If the
clients may not be able to printer is activated while
identify the printer name and disconnected from the network,
therefore cannot browse the turn the machine off, connect it
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printer on again.

Notes and Restrictions


The following are the notes and restrictions for using EtherTalk.

Printer Name
Printer names used to be identified by clients are set not to duplicate each other. When
assigning a new printer name, If the same printer name has already existed on the
network, the system automatically change the printer name on startup.
<Rules for changing printer name>
Printer names are changed according to the following rules:
z
Names of 31 characters or less
Add a number to the end of the printer name. If the same printer name with the
number added has still existed on the network, increase the added number by 1.

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z
Names of 32 characters
Change the last character of the printer name to a number. If the same printer name
with the last character changed has still existed on the network, increase the
changed number by 1.
If the printer name has been changed, when browsing [Protocol Settings] on the
[Properties] tab of CentreWare Internet Services, the previous printer name set
before the change is displayed. However, the changed printer name is registered on
the network, clients can browse the printer using the changed printer name. If the
printer is turned off and then on while the printer name has been changed, the printer
is activated with the changed printer name. If the same printer name has already
existed on the network, the printer name will be changed according to the rules
described above on startup.
Assign a printer name not to duplicate to other printer names on the network.

Zone Name
Zone names can be set in [Protocol Settings] on the [Properties] tab of CentreWare
Internet Services. However, if the zone name set does not exist on the network to which
the printer is connected, the zone name is automatically set as default. To set a zone
name, use the zone name that has already existed on the network.

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Bonjour

This section describes the notes and restrictions when using Bonjour.

Notes and Restrictions


The following are the notes and restrictions for using Bonjour.

Supported Environment for Bonjour


Bonjour is available on Printer Setup Tool (Print Center, Printer Setup Utility) of MacOS
X 10.2 or later, or Macintosh computers that use Safari. The discovery feature of
Bonjour is available only in the same subnet.

Printer Name
z
If a printer name or a host name that is already assigned is changed, documents may
be printed by a printer that is not selected.
z
If a printer name or a host name is duplicated on the same network, one of the
duplicated names is automatically changed by adding a number to avoid confliction.
z When changing a printer name or a host name, because of the limitation on the
number or type of characters used, a name differing from the designated name may
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be assigned in some cases. We recommend not to change printer names or host


names.

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CentreWare Internet Services

CentreWare Internet Services

Troubleshooting
The possible causes, check points, and remedies for problems when using
CentreWare Internet Services.

Symptom Remedy
Cannot connect to Is the machine working properly?
CentreWare Internet Check if the machine is powered on.
Services
Is Internet service (HTTP) port activated?
Print out [System Settings List] to confirm.
Is the Internet address correctly entered?
Confirm the Internet address again. If the problem persists,
enter an IP address to make a connection.
Is a proxy server being used?
Depending on the proxy server, connections may not be
possible. Set the browser to “Not using proxy server” or set
that particular address to “Not using a proxy server”.
The “Please wait” message is Wait for a while as instructed.
displayed throughout. If the status does not change, click the [Refresh] button.

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If this does not have any effect, check if the machine is
working properly.
The [Refresh] button does Are you using a specified browser?
not work. Refer to "Network Setting Items (Port/Protocol) for
CentreWare Internet Services" (P.67) to confirm if your
Selecting the menu on the left
browser is supported.
frame does not update the
right frame contents.
The screen display is Change the window size for the browser.
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distorted.
The latest information is not Click the [Refresh] button.
displayed.
Characters are not correctly Use Western European language command. Or, do not use
displayed. the single byte Kana characters.
The [Apply] button does not Are all entered values correct?
reflect the new settings. If a value outside of the permitted range is entered, the
update will automatically be made within the range.
This may occur when an user operation on the control panel
is being performed or has just been completed.
When the automatic reset function is configured, any setting
by CentreWare Internet Services is not applied until setting
time passes. Wait for a while as instructed.
Clicking the [Apply] button Has a correct password been supplied?
causes the browser to display The entries for Password and Confirm Password do not
“The server has returned match. Enter the correct password.
ineffective or unrecognizable
Restart the machine.
response” or “No data”
message.
Cannot enter Chinese No Chinese characters can be entered in fields displayed
characters with "∗".
Cannot delete jobs. Wait for a while and click the [Refresh] button.

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Scanner Features

This section describes the troubleshooting, and notes and restrictions when using the
scanner features.

Troubleshooting
The possible causes, check points, and remedies for problems when using the scanner
features.

When SMB transmission to Windows Server 2003 fails

Cause Check point Remedy


If the time setting on the Although the user name and Synchronize the time settings
machine does not agree with password are correctly of the machine and Windows.
that of Windows, SMB entered, SMB transmission
transmission using the SMB fails.
signature is not available.

Others
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Symptom Remedy
On Windows Server 2003 or Follow the steps below to change the settings of network
Windows XP, users who do access.
not set a password cannot 1. Start Windows, and select [Control Panel] >
use SMB transmission. [Administrative Tools] > [Local Security Policy].
2. Select [Security Settings] > [Local Policies] > [Security
Options].
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account to console login only] to [Disabled].
On Windows 2000, Windows The SMB direct host feature (SMB transmission that does
Server 2003 or Windows XP, not require NetBIOS) is not supported. Change [NetBIOS
SMB transmission using the over TCP/IP] to [Enabled].
SMB direct host feature is not
available.
SMB transmission is not The DFS access path is not supported. Use the UNC path
available when a DFS access (\\Host name\Shared name) instead.
path (\\Domain name\Shared
name) is designated.

Notes and Restrictions


The following are the notes and restrictions for using the scanner features.
Refer to the Readme contained in the CentreWare Utilities CD-ROM for the notes and
restrictions on Network Scan Driver and Mailbox Viewer2.

Retrieving Documents from Mailbox


z When [Delete/Save Documents] is set to [Save], the same document can be
accessed by multiple clients.

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z
When [Delete/Save Documents] is set to [Delete], only one client can access any
given document. The document which is being imported by a client cannot be seen
by other clients.
In both cases, documents can be added to a mailbox while it is accessed.
z When documents are retrieved from CentreWare Internet Services, the documents
will not be deleted regardless of the setting of [Delete Documents After Retrieval].

Using Network Scan Driver and Mailbox Viewer2 Simultaneously


You cannot use both the network scan driver and Mailbox Viewer2 on a single
computer to make a connection to the machine.
A maximum of three computers using either the Network Scan Driver or Mailbox
Viewer2 may retrieve documents simultaneously from one machine.

Private Polling from Another Fax Machine


When another fax machine is instructing private polling, the machine cannot send a
scanned document.

Using TIFF Files


The TIFF files created by Mailbox Viewer2 are compressed into the MMR, MH, JBIG,
or JPEG format. When opening the TIFF files, use the appropriate application software
which supports the format.

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Note • Mailbox Viewer2 cannot create a TIFF file compressed into JBIG format.

Restriction on Scanning Capacity


The maximum scanning capacity for one page is 297 x 432 mm. For standard sizes,
A3 or 11 x 17 inches.

Number of Sheets for Scanning (for Mailbox)


A maximum of 999 pages can be scanned in at once for mailboxes. The number of 16
pages may differ depending on the document size and resolution.

Network Reference on SMB Environment


z
On Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003, if more
than 256 shared resources other than shared folders (such as shared printers) are
configured, shared resources other than shared folders may be displayed in the
shared folder list.
z
Workgroup names, server names, shared names and the like on the network may
not be displayed alphabetically on the list.

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E-Mail Features

Troubleshooting
This section describes causes and recommended remedies for errors that may occur
while using the mail notice service, the E-mail Printing, iFax, and the E-mail feature.

Symptom Remedy
Cannot receive E-mail (E- Is the e-mail address for the machine configured?
mail Printing, iFax)
Is [E-mail Receive] set to [Enabled]?
Are IP addresses for the SMTP server and POP3 server (if
POP3 is selected for the incoming mail protocol) configured
correctly?
Are the POP3 user name and password entered correctly?
Is [Domain Filter] imposed?
Confirm if your own domain is included in the permitted
domain using CentreWare Internet Services.
Are the SMTP server and/or POP server operating properly?
Check with your network administrator.
Cannot transmit e-mail (mail Is the E-mail address for the machine configured?
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notice service, iFax, and E-


Is [Mail Notice Service] set to [Enable]? (For mail notice)
mail)
Is [Send E-mail] set to [Enabled]?
Is the IP address for the SMTP server configured correctly?
Are the notification items for transmission set correctly? (For
mail notice)

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CentreWare Internet Services.
Is the destination address entered correctly?
Is the SMTP server operating properly?
Check with your network administrator.

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Internet/Intranet Connection

Internet/Intranet Connection

This section describes the troubleshooting, and notes and restrictions when connecting
to the Internet or intranet.

Troubleshooting
The possible causes, check points, and remedies for problems when connecting to the
Internet or intranet.

When connection to the Internet/Intranet fails

Cause Remedy
The authentication feature Only Basic Authentication is supported by the machine. The
used on the remote server is machine does not support NTLM/digest. For security
not supported by the purposes, use the authentication feature using SSL.
machine.
The remote linkage services Purchase product/model/accessories supported by the
used does not support the remote linkage services.
model or accessories of the
machine.

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The IP address is incorrect. Confirm the IP address. If the IP address is not correct,
either set the static IP address or resolve the IP address
using DHCP or Autonet.
The IP gateway address is Set the correct IP gateway address when connecting to the
incorrect. proxy server, or a Web server through the IP gateway.
The subnet mask is incorrect. Set the correct subnet mask corresponding to the

The DNS server address is


environment you use.
Confirm the DNS server address.
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incorrect.
The DNS server selected Select a DNS server that can resolve the address.
cannot resolve the address. z
When connecting through the proxy server
Set the IP address of a DNS server that can resolve the
address of the proxy server.
z
When connecting not through the proxy server
Set the IP address of a DNS server that can resolve the
destination address.
The address that does not go Confirm if only addresses not through the proxy server are
through a proxy server is set. Even if addresses not through the proxy server are set
incorrect. with the FQDN format, if a server is directly accessed using
its IP address, the registered server is not excluded. Set an
address for the IP address that does not go through the
proxy server.
Even if the address that does not go through the proxy
server is directly designated, if a server is accessed using
the FQDN format, the registered server is not excluded. Set
an IP address with the FQDN format that does not go
through the proxy server.
The desired server, or the Confirm if the desired server or the proxy server runs
proxy server goes down. properly.

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Cause Remedy
The network cable is not Check if the network cable is properly connected. We
connected, or broken. recommend spanning-tree configuration, with which network
disconnection rarely occurs.
Communication cannot be Wait for a while and try to access again.
established due to
overloading of the server
application.
An error occurs that is not When an error occurs while a background processing is
displayed on the control running, no massage appears on the control panel. Display
panel. the [Job Status] screen, or print the job history report to
confirm the result.
Cannot access to the proxy The following types of access control are used. Confirm the
server, firewall, or a Web configured access control.
server due to its access z Address (port) restriction

control. z SSL restriction

z User access restriction (including access right levels)

z Content block

z
Scheme restriction (cannot use HTTP etc.)
z Transfer data size restriction

z Method restriction (cannot use POST etc.)

z
HTTP header restriction (only accepting a specified
browser etc.)
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z
Time restriction (only available during a specific period of
time etc.)

When connection to a desired Web server fails

Cause Remedy

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The settings to use the proxy In the environment using the proxy server, the machine
server is not configured. should be configured to use the proxy server. Otherwise, you
cannot connect to a desired Web server. Make the settings
to use the proxy server.
The settings to use the proxy In the environment that does not use the proxy server such
server is configured even as connecting to an intranet, do not make the settings to use
though the environment does the proxy server.
not go through the proxy
server.
The proxy server address is When the settings to use the proxy server are configured,
incorrect. you cannot connect to a desired Web server unless the IP
address of the proxy server is correct. Set the correct IP
address of the proxy server.
When the proxy server Set the user name and password to the machine that are
requires authentication, allowed to connect to the proxy server.
cannot connect to the server
because the user name or
password is incorrect.

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Internet/Intranet Connection

Notes and Restrictions


The following are the notes and restrictions when connecting to the Internet or intranet.

Internet/Intranet Connection
Depending on the web server, server application, proxy server and firewall, connection
to the Internet or intranet may not be able to be established.
To connect to the Internet or intranet using a third-party server application, proxy, or
firewall, the following requirements must be satisfied:
z Supporting Windows2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003
z
Being compliant with the following:
- RFC2616: Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTP/1.1
(Standard connection/SSL connection/Proxy authentication)
- RFC2617: HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest Access Authentication
(only Basic authentication is supported, the other authentications are not
supported)
- RFC2817: Upgrading to TLS Within HTTP/1.1
- RFC2818: HTTP Over TLS
z Supporting the HTTP/HTTPS schemes
z Supporting the GET/CONNECT/POST methods

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Index

Index

Numerics Domain Filtering ................................................. 85


Domain Name .................................................... 84
100BASE-TX ......................................................46 domain name ..................................................... 98
10BASE-T ...........................................................46 drum cartridge .................................................... 15
10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX connector ..................17 duplex automatic document feeder .................... 14
A duplex module .................................................... 14
Dynamic DNS Update ........................................ 84
Active Mode ........................................................73
Add Port Number ................................................79 E
address book ......................................................23 E-mail ....................................21, 81, 94, 104, 105
Adobe Communication Protocol ..... 35, 39, 69, 70 E-mail Address ................................................. 128
Adobe PostScript 3 Kit ........................................60 e-mail address .................................................... 98
<All Services> button ..........................................29 E-mail Encryption ............................................. 144
ApeosWare EasyAdmin ......................................22 E-mail Printing .................................................... 94
Auto Eject Time .............................. 35, 39, 69, 70 e-mail sending/receiving restriction .................... 85
Auto Master Mode ..............................................72 enabling a port ................................................... 23
Auto Print Delivery Confirmation Mail .................85 Encrypt Password .............................................. 72
B encryption ......................................................... 140
Ethernet .............................................................. 68
B-Finisher ...........................................................16 Ethernet II ........................................................... 46
Bi-Directional Communication ..................... 35, 69 EtherTalk ............................................... 19, 60, 71
Bonjour ...............................................................90 Exit 2 Tray .......................................................... 14
C F
<C (Clear)> button ..............................................29 File Server Name ............................................... 73
center output tray ................................................14 finisher top cover button ..................................... 16
CentreWare Internet Services ...............19, 22, 64 finisher transport cover ....................................... 16
certificate ..........................................................140 finisher tray ......................................................... 16
Check Passcode ...............................................113 front cover ....................................................14, 16
<Clear All> button ...............................................29 FTP .................................................................. 119
Community Name ...............................................77 FTP client port .................................................. 120
configuring E-mail environment ................. 23, 106
configuring the SNMP port ....................... 117, 123 H
confirming print data (job) status ........................23 Host Name .......................................... 72, 73, 128
confirming printer status .....................................23 host name .......................................................... 98
Connection Time-Out ...................... 79, 80, 84, 89 HTTP ............................................................64, 88
Consumables Status Notice ...............................94 HTTP port ........................................................... 88
Index

contrast dial ........................................................28 HTTPS ............................................................. 141


control panel ..........................................14, 22, 28
<Copy> button ....................................................29 I
<Custom 2> button .............................................29
IEEE802.3 .......................................................... 46
<Custom 3> button .............................................29
iFax ....................................................... 21, 81, 94
D Incoming iFAX Print Option ................................ 85
Internet Fax Kit ................................................. 126
DADF ..................................................................14 Internet Printing Protocol .................................... 56
Delete Document after Retrieval .............. 113, 114 Internet service ................................................. 123
Delete Documents with Expiry Date .................113 Internet Service (HTTP) port .............................. 64
Delete Expired Documents ...............................115 <Interrupt> button ............................................... 29
<Dial Pause> button ...........................................29 Interrupt indicator ............................................... 29
Digital Signature ...............................................144 IP Mask .............................................................. 75
DNS ............................................................. 75, 79 IPP ...............................................................56, 79
document feeder glass .......................................15 IPP port .............................................................. 56
document glass ...................................................15
Domain Filter ...................................101, 109, 130

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J power switch ...................................................... 14
print .................................................................... 18
Job Completion Notice .......................................94 Print Error Notification E-mail ............................. 85
Job Flow Scanning ...........................................104 Print iFax Headers and Contents ....................... 85
<Job in Memory> indicator .................................28 Print Mail Headers and Contents ....................... 85
<Job Status> button ...........................................28 Print Mode .................................................... 35, 39
Job Template Scanning ........................... 104, 116
R
L
Receive E-Mail ................................................. 127
LINE 1 .................................................................17 receiving E-mail ................................................. 81
LINE 2 .................................................................17 receiving protocol ...............................99, 107, 129
LINE 4 .................................................................17 registering a mailbox .................................. 23, 113
Link Job Flow Sheet to Mailbox ............... 113, 115 <RESET> button ................................................ 17
local printer .........................................................18 Response to Read Receipts (MDN) ................... 85
<Log In/Out> button ............................................28 <Review> button ................................................ 28
LPD .....................................................................76
LPD port ...................................................... 42, 48 S
LPD protocol .......................................................42
S/MIME ............................................101, 109, 131
M Salutation ......................................................... 111
scan ................................................................... 20
machine components .........................................14 Scan to Mailbox ............................................... 104
<Machine Status> button ....................................28 Scan to PC ....................................................... 104
Macintosh ...........................................................19 Send Authentication ........................................... 86
Mailbox Name ...................................................113 Send E-Mail ..................................................... 127
Max. Number of Pages for Split Send ................87 Server Fax ....................................................... 133
Maximum E-mail Size .........................................87 setting an IP address ......................................... 23
Maximum Number of Sessions .................... 72, 89 setting authentication ......................................... 23
Microsoft Networks .............................................52 setting personal authentication information ....... 23
N Side Tray ............................................................ 14
SLP .................................................................... 74
NetWare port ......................................................46 SMB .....................................................52, 72, 119
network environment ................................... 18, 19 SMB port .................................................... 52, 120
network printer ....................................................18 SMTP .......................................... 86, 99, 107, 129
Network Scanning ............................................104 SMTP Port Number ............................................ 87
Number of Searches ...........................................73 SMTP server 86, 87, 99, 100, 107, 108, 129, 130
numeric keypad ..................................................29 SNMP ................................................................. 77
SNMP port ............................................... 116, 122
O
SOAP port ........................................................ 122
One touch button panels ....................................29 <Speed Dial> button .......................................... 29
One touch buttons ..............................................29 stand .................................................................. 16
<Online> indicator ..............................................28 staple cartridge .................................................. 16
outline fonts ........................................................30 <Start> button .................................................... 29
Output Destination for Incoming E-mail ..............85 <Stop> button .................................................... 29
supported frame types ....................................... 46
P
Index

supported interfaces .......................................... 46


parallel ................................................................69 System Administrator ......................................... 77
parallel interface .................................................34
T
parallel interface connector ................................17
parallel port .........................................................34 TBCP Filter ...............................72, 74, 76, 79, 80
Permitted IP Address ..........................................75 TCP/IP ............................................................... 74
PJL .............................................................. 35, 39 TCP/IP protocol .................................................. 42
Poling Interval .....................................................73 TEL .................................................................... 17
POP3 ...........................................88, 99, 107, 129 toner cartridge .................................................... 15
POP3 server ................................87, 99, 107, 129 tools in the Driver CD Kit .................................... 22
Port 9100 ............................................................80 touch screen ...................................................... 28
Port 9100 port .....................................................42 Transport Protocol ............................................. 74
Port 9100 protocol ..............................................42 Tray 1 ................................................................. 14
Port Number .......................................................89 Tray 2 ................................................................. 14
PostScript 3 Kit ...................................................19 Tray 3 ................................................................. 14
<Power Saver> button ........................................28 Tray 4 ................................................................. 14

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Index

Tray 5 (bypass) ...................................................14


Tree Name ..........................................................74
U
Unicode Support .................................................72
UNIX ...................................................................19
USB ....................................................................70
USB 2.0 interface connector ...............................17
USB interface ......................................................38
USB port .............................................................38
using the Ethernet interface ................................27
using the parallel interface ..................................26
using the USB interface ......................................26
W
web browser .......................................................64
WebDAV ...........................................................112
WebDAV port ......................................................89
Windows 2000 ....................................................19
Windows 95 ........................................................19
Windows 98 ........................................................19
Windows Me .......................................................19
Windows NT 4.0 .................................................19
Windows Server 2003 .........................................19
Windows XP .......................................................19
WINS ..................................................................75
Workgroup ..........................................................72
Z
Zone Name .........................................................71

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Human Interface Design Development January 2007
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