KYOCERA
COMMAND CENTER
Operation Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction
Using COMMAND CENTER .........................................................................................................
System Requirements ...................................................................................................................
Protocols .................................................................................................................................
Web browser ...........................................................................................................................
Chapter 2
Access
Accessing COMMAND CENTER ..................................................................................................
Admin password .....................................................................................................................
Authentication ..........................................................................................................................
Encryption ...............................................................................................................................
Chapter 3
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COMMAND CENTER Pages
Start Page ..................................................................................................................................... 3-1
Start > Start ............................................................................................................................. 3-2
Start > Status Pages ................................................................................................................ 3-3
Start > Information ................................................................................................................... 3-4
Start > Links ............................................................................................................................ 3-4
Basic Page .................................................................................................................................... 3-5
Basic > Defaults > Network ..................................................................................................... 3-5
Basic > Defaults > Time ........................................................................................................... 3-6
Basic > Defaults > Reset ......................................................................................................... 3-6
Basic > Defaults > Device Defaults ......................................................................................... 3-7
Basic > Defaults > Address Book > Contacts .......................................................................... 3-9
Basic > Defaults > Address Book > Groups ........................................................................... 3-10
Basic > Security > Account Settings ..................................................................................... 3-10
Basic > Security > Device Security > General ....................................................................... 3-11
Basic > Security > Device Security > Interface Block ............................................................ 3-11
Basic > Security > Device Security > Network Security ......................................................... 3-11
Basic > Security > User Login ............................................................................................... 3-12
Basic > Security > Certificates ............................................................................................... 3-12
Printer Page ................................................................................................................................ 3-14
Printer > Summary of Network Printer Access Methods ........................................................ 3-14
Printer > System .................................................................................................................... 3-15
Printer > System > APL.Filter ................................................................................................ 3-16
Printer > System > APL.Filter Parameters ............................................................................. 3-16
Printer > Media Input ............................................................................................................. 3-16
Printer > Document Output .................................................................................................... 3-17
Scanner Page ............................................................................................................................. 3-17
Scanner > Defaults ................................................................................................................ 3-17
Scanner > FTP ...................................................................................................................... 3-18
Scanner > SMB ..................................................................................................................... 3-18
Scanner > E-mail ................................................................................................................... 3-18
Scanner > Send and Forward ................................................................................................ 3-19
Scanner > i-FAX .................................................................................................................... 3-20
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FAX / i-FAX Page ........................................................................................................................ 3-20
FAX / i-FAX > Common > Defaults ........................................................................................ 3-20
FAX / i-FAX > Common > Transmit ....................................................................................... 3-20
FAX / i-FAX > Common > Receive ........................................................................................ 3-20
FAX / i-FAX > Common RX/Forward Requirements > General ............................................. 3-21
Setting Destinations .............................................................................................................. 3-25
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > Defaults ................................................................................................ 3-26
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > Receive ................................................................................................ 3-27
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > General ................................................................. 3-28
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > Permit Number List ................................................ 3-28
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > Permit ID List ......................................................... 3-28
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > Reject Number List ................................................ 3-28
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > Encryption Key ..................................................................................... 3-29
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Defaults .............................................................................................. 3-29
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > SMTP ................................................................................................. 3-29
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > POP3 ................................................................................................. 3-30
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Domain Restrictions > General .......................................................... 3-31
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Domain Restrictions > SMTP Restriction List .................................... 3-31
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Domain Restrictions > POP3 Restriction List ..................................... 3-31
Jobs Page ................................................................................................................................... 3-31
Document Box Page .................................................................................................................. 3-32
Document Box > Custom Box ............................................................................................... 3-32
Document Box > FAX Box .................................................................................................... 3-33
Document Box > Sub Address Box ...................................................................................... 3-33
Document Box > Polling Box ................................................................................................ 3-34
Advanced Page ........................................................................................................................... 3-35
Advanced > Network Protocol Quick Summary/Secure Protocol Quick Summary ................ 3-35
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > General ........................................................................... 3-35
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > IP Filters .......................................................................... 3-37
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > Logical Printers ............................................................... 3-38
Advanced > Protocols > NetWare ......................................................................................... 3-39
Advanced > Protocols > IPP .................................................................................................. 3-40
Advanced > Protocols > ThinPrint ......................................................................................... 3-40
Advanced > Protocols > AppleTalk ........................................................................................ 3-40
Advanced > Protocols > NetBEUI .......................................................................................... 3-41
Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > General .................................................................................. 3-41
Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > E-mail Recipient # ................................................................. 3-42
Advanced > E-mail > POP3 > General .................................................................................. 3-43
Advanced > E-mail > POP3 > User # .................................................................................... 3-43
Advanced > Management > SNMP > SNMPv1/v2c .............................................................. 3-44
Advanced > Management > SNMP > SNMPv3 ..................................................................... 3-45
Advanced > Management > LDAP ........................................................................................ 3-46
Advanced > Management > Authentication > General .......................................................... 3-47
Advanced > Management > Authentication > Network User Property ................................... 3-48
Advanced > Management > Authentication > Group Authorization Set. ................................ 3-48
Advanced > Management > IC-Card Settings ....................................................................... 3-49
Advanced > Management > Notification/Maintenance > Maintenance Notification ............... 3-49
Advanced > Management > Maintenance Notification > Sending Log History ...................... 3-50
Advanced > Security > Secure Protocols .............................................................................. 3-51
Advanced > Security > IEEE802.1x ....................................................................................... 3-51
Advanced > Security > IPSec > General ............................................................................... 3-52
Advanced > Security > IPSec > Rule1 (to Rule3) .................................................................. 3-53
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 4-1
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User Guide
1 Introduction
Using COMMAND CENTER
KYOCERA COMMAND CENTER (hereinafter referred to as COMMAND
CENTER) refers to the web home page that is installed in the machine from
which you can verify the operating status of the machine and make settings
related to security, network printing, E-mail transmission and advanced
networking.
System Requirements
COMMAND CENTER operates in the following environment. Check the
following before use.
Protocols
• The TCP/IP protocol is installed in the PC.
• An IP address is assigned to the printing system.
Web browser
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later (Microsoft Internet Explorer operates
on Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP/ Vista/7, Microsoft Windows NT
4.0, and Microsoft Windows Server 2003/2008.)
• Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or later
• Safari 2.0 or later (Safari operates on Apple Macintosh OS X 10.4 or later.)
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2 Access
Accessing COMMAND CENTER
1
Run the web browser.
2
In Address or Location, enter the machine IP address as the URL, e.g.
http://192.168.10.150.
Select a category from the navigation bar on the left to view and set values for
that category.
Admin password
Setting Administrator Password restricts general users' access to pages other
than the Start page. For security purposes, setting the Administrator password
is highly recommended. With some models, the default Administrator password
is factory-set as admin00. For how to define the administrator password, refer to
Basic > Security > Account Settings on page 3-10.
The Login button is displayed at the upper left of the screen. To access a page
other than the Start page, click Login. (This button may not be displayed on
some models. When this button is not displayed, click a page other than the
Start page.) The password input window is displayed. Entering the predefined
administrator password allows the user to access all pages.
Note: When local authentication is enabled, allowing only the predefined
users to access page, the user name and password must be entered after
clicking Login. For details on defining the users, refer to Basic > Security > User
Login on page 3-12.
Authentication
Setting Authentication allows only the predefined users to access pages. In
addition, you can discriminate users by giving either the General User or
Administrator privilege to each user. Before using the authentication function,
you have to define those users. For how to define users, refer to Basic >
Security > User Login on page 3-12.
When a user sets authentication and accesses COMMAND CENTER, only the
Start page is displayed. The Login button is displayed in the upper left of the
screen. Click it to log in. When the user logs in with an Administrator account,
hidden pages are displayed and can be accessed. When the user logs in with a
General User account, the user can access the user's account page on Basic >
Security > User Login and the user’s settings on the basic page and the user's
document box and shared document box pages.
The authentication function come in two types: Local Authentication and
Network Authentication. For more information, refer to Advanced >
Management > Authentication > General on page 3-47.
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Encryption
You can encrypt communication between a PC and this machine using SSL
encryption. When this encryption is enabled, the access URL must be specified
as "https://..." For details on the setting procedure, refer to Advanced > Security
> Secure Protocols on page 3-51.
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3 COMMAND CENTER Pages
The COMMAND CENTER home page divides the following functions onto
separate pages. You can jump to the desired pages by clicking the tab located
at the top of each page. The following is an outline of each page accessed,
described on the page as indicated below.
Start Page on page 3-1
This page allows you to verify this machine’s operating status and current
settings.
Basic Page on page 3-5
This page includes settings that apply to the entire machine, such as Device
Defaults, Security, and Basic Networking.
Printer Page on page 3-14
This page includes settings that apply to the printing function of the machine,
such as Default Print Resolution and Copy Count.
Scanner Page on page 3-17
This page includes settings that apply to the scanning function of the
machine, such as Default Scan Resolution and Original Placement.
FAX / i-FAX Page on page 3-20
This page includes settings that apply to the FAX function of the machine,
such as FAX transmit and receive settings.
Jobs Page on page 3-31
This page includes information on all device jobs including job status,
scheduled job and job log.
Document Box Page on page 3-32
This page allows you to add and delete a document box, and delete
documents within a document box.
Advanced Page on page 3-35
This page includes advanced settings that apply to the entire machine and is
comprised primarily of advanced network settings.
Start Page
The following operations are possible from the Start page.
• Verifying the machine’s operating status
• Logging in or out during setting of the administrator password
• Changing the language that COMMAND CENTER is displayed in
• Verifying various settings (machine, printing, FAX, scanning, network and
E-mail)
• Verifying the number of scanned pages and the number of prints made on the
machine
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• Access linked home pages
All users will have access to the Start page.
Start > Start
This page allows you to verify the machine’s operating status. This will be the
first screen that appears after COMMAND CENTER has been started up.
Select Language
Appears if COMMAND CENTER pages support multiple languages. To
change COMMAND CENTER language:
1
Open the Select Language drop down list by clicking it.
2
Select the appropriate language.
If you attempt to view COMMAND CENTER with a character set other than
the language that is used on the operation panel’s display, some characters
may be illegible.
Operation Panel
This indicates the machine’s operating status as displayed on the operation
panel. To update the display to the most recent status, click the Refresh
button.
Toner Level
This shows the approximate level of remaining toner. The closer the value to
0%, the smaller the amount of remaining toner. If you use non-original toner
kit, the toner gauge measurement will not be indicated correctly.
Network IP Information
Network IP information on the printing system is displayed. This allows you
to verify the following information:
• IP Address
• IPv6 Address (Manual)
• IPv6 Address (LinkLocal)
• IPv6 Addresses 1 to 5 (Stateless)
• IPv6 Address (Stateful)
• Host Name
System Identification
System information on the printing system is displayed. This allows you to
verify the following information:
• MAC Address
• System Firmware
• Engine Firmware
• Panel Firmware
• FAX Firmware
• Serial Number
• Asset Number
Media Input
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This shows paper size and media type for cassettes and MP tray.
Start > Status Pages
These pages allow you to verify the various settings (machine, printing,
scanning, network and E-mail) that were made on the operation panel or using
COMMAND CENTER.
It is divided by the following items.
• Network
• Security
• Device/Printer
• Scanner
• FAX/i-FAX
• Jobs
• Counters
Network > General
This allows you to verify the current settings for LDAP, TCP/ IP, IPP, IPP
over SSL, AppleTalk, NetBEUI, IPv4, and IPv6. For more information, refer
to Advanced Page on page 3-35.
Network > IP Filters
This displays the list of IP addresses and subnet masks (IPv4) or prefix
length (IPv6) that have access permission as set under IP Filters (IPv4) and
IP Filters (IPv6) on the Advanced page. If no IP addresses have been
designated, then access permission will be granted to all addresses. For
more information, refer to Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > IP Filters on
page 3-37.
Network > SNMP
This allows you to verify the settings made under SNMPv1/ v2 and SNMPv3
on the Advanced page. For more information on SNMPv1/v2, refer to
Advanced > Management > SNMP > SNMPv1/v2c on page 3-44. For more
information on SNMPv3, refer to Advanced > Management > SNMP >
SNMPv3 on page 3-45.
Network > POP3/SMTP
This allows you to verify the E-mail-related settings made on POP3 and
SMTP pages of the Advanced page. For more information on POP3, refer to
Advanced > E-mail > POP3 > General on page 3-43. For more information
on SMTP, refer to Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > General on page 3-41.
Network > Logical Printers
This allows you to verify the settings made on the Logical Printers page of
the Advanced page. For more information, refer to Advanced > Protocols >
TCP/IP > Logical Printers on page 3-38.
Network > NetWare
This allows you to verify the settings made on the NetWare page of the
Advanced page. For more information, refer to Advanced > Protocols >
NetWare on page 3-39.
Security
This allows you to verify the current settings for secure protocols,
IEEE802.1x, and IPSec. To change the settings: For secure protocols, refer
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to Advanced > Security > Secure Protocols on page 3-51; for IEEE802.1x,
refer to Advanced > Security > IEEE802.1x on page 3-51; for IPSec, refer to
Advanced > Security > IPSec > Rule1 (to Rule3) on page 3-53.
Device/Printer
This allows you to verify the settings made on the Basic and the Printer
pages. For more information, refer to Basic Page on page 3-5 and Printer
Page on page 3-14.
Device/Printer > APL.Filter
This allows you to verify the settings made on the Basic and the Printer
pages. For more information, refer to Printer Page on page 3-14.
Device/Printer > APL.Filter Parameters
This allows you to verify the settings made on the Basic and the Printer
pages. For more information, refer to Printer Page on page 3-14.
Scanner
This allows you to verify the settings made on the Scanner page. For more
information, refer to Scanner Page on page 3-17.
FAX / i-FAX > General, FAX, i-FAX
This allows you to verify the settings made on the FAX / i-FAX page. For
more information, refer to FAX / i-FAX Page on page 3-20.
Jobs > Printing (Sending, Storing) Jobs Log
This allows you to confirm the log of the jobs in each operation. For more
information, refer to Jobs Page on page 3-31.
Counters > Printed Pages
This allows you to verify the accumulated number of printed pages for each
paper size and color (Monochrome, Mono Color, and Full Color). A page
printed on both sides is counted as two pages.
Counters > Scanned Pages
Provide information of the number of pages copied, faxed, and other
(scanned), respectively.
Start > Information
This page provides information about the Address Book, User Login, the model
number of the machine and version of firmware.
Address Book
This page provides information about the maximum and current numbers of
addresses possible to add to the private and group Address Books. For more
information, refer to Basic > Defaults > Address Book > Groups on page
3-10.
User Login
This shows the number of registered users. For more information, refer to
Basic > Security > User Login on page 3-12.
About
The model number of this printing system and Version of Firmware can be
confirmed.
Start > Links
Links to the Kyocera Mita Corporation web sites. Visit the following web site for
more information and downloads.
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Download Drivers
For downloading printer drivers, etc.:
http://www.kyoceramita.com/download/
Kyocera Online
For more information about products:
http://www.kyoceramita.com/
Basic Page
This section includes settings that apply to the machine, such as Device
Defaults, Security, and basic Networking.
Basic > Defaults > Network
This page allows you to make the settings that are required for network printing
and sending E-mail. For more information, refer to Advanced > Protocols >
TCP/IP > General on page 3-35.
You must restart this machine after you have completed these settings in order
to properly register the content of those settings in the machine. Refer to Basic
> Defaults > Reset on page 3-6.
Host Name
Specifies a name for the printing system network component. This name is
used as the NetBEUI printer name and as the WSD device name.
LAN Interface
Specifies the communication rate from Auto, 10BASE-T-Half,
10BASE-T-Full, 100BASE-TX-Half, 100BASE-TX-Full and 1000BASE-T. If
you change the communication rate, you must restart the machine in order to
make this setting valid. Refer to .
IPv4 Settings
• DHCP/BOOTP
Specifies whether or not to obtain an IP address using DHCP or BOOTP.
• IP Address (IPv4)
Assigns the Internet Protocol address on the printing system network
component. Format of the IP address is four-byte (32-bit) numbers separated
by dots, e.g. 192.168.110.171.
• Subnet Mask
Specifies the subnet mask of the hosts or network with which the print system
is connecting. If you have manually assigned an IP address that starts with a
number between 192 and 223, it is recommended that you set the subnet
mask to "255.255.255.0."
• Default Gateway
Specifies the IP address of the default gateway.
IPv6 Settings
• IPv6
Specifies whether or not to enable the IPv6 protocol. Select On to use the
IPv6 protocol.
• IP Address (IPv6)
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Assigns an IPv6 address to the printing system network component. The
format of the IPv6 address is a sequence of numbers (128 bit in total)
separated by colons, e.g. 2001:db8:3c4d:15::1a2c:1a1f.
• Prefix Length
Specifies the IPv6 prefix length of the hosts or network with which the print
system is connecting.
• RA (Stateless)
Select On to use RA to configure IPv6 addresses.
• Default Gateway
Specifies the IPv6 address of the default gateway.
• DHCPv6
Specifies whether or not to obtain IPv6 IP addresses by automatic
configuration. When RA is turned On, the IP addresses and server
information are obtained via DHCPv6 based on the settings of the automatic
configuration made under RA (router setting).
Basic > Defaults > Time
If a time server is used to synchronize the time as well, the current time can be
adjusted regularly and easily. Enter the IP address of the time server and click
the Synchronize button.
Time information is required when you receive reports from this machine via
E-mail. It is recommended that you set the time when the report mail function is
enabled.
Current Local Time
Displays the time that is currently set in the machine.
Current Universal Time (UTC/GMT)
Displays the Greenwich Mean Time that is currently set in the machine.
Time Zone
Sets a time difference. Click the drop down list and select your region.
Summer Time
Switches the Summer Time setting On and Off. Select On in order to have
the Summer Time function applied when the time is synchronized with a time
server.
Time Server
Enter the host name or IP address of the time server from which you want to
acquire the time.
Synchronize with Time Server now
Click the Synchronize button to synchronize the registered time with the
designated timer server.
Synchronization Status
Displays the results of the synchronization operation with the time server.
Basic > Defaults > Reset
This page allows you to restart the machine in order to make all settings in the
machine valid. It is also possible to select to have all settings returned to their
factory default values.
Restart entire device
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Clicking Restart restarts this machine.
Restart Network
Clicking Restart allows restarting the network interface without restarting the
machine. The network interface must be restarted whenever a change has
been made to the network settings.
Reset entire device to factory default
When clicking the Reset button, the machine returns to the factory default
settings. However, the document box, address book, user information, logs,
and certificates are not deleted.
Basic > Defaults > Device Defaults
This page allows you to change the language that is used in the display, as well
as to turn the Auto Sleep Mode On or Off.
Operation Panel Language
You can select the language of the messages on the display by following the
procedure given below. The following languages are available for selection
in the drop down list: English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Nederlands,
Español, Português, Russian, and the downloaded languages. You can
optionally download messages in other languages. Contact your dealer for
information. Some models may require restarting after configuration.
Sleep Timer
Specifies the time from 1 to 240 minutes after which the system enters the
auto sleep mode. You can choose sleep mode from Quick Recovery and
Energy Saver as follows. The default setting is Quick Recovery.
1
Click Advanced on the right hand side of the Sleep Timer drop down list.
2
Select Quick Recovery (normal sleep mode) or Energy Saver. Energy Saver
lets the system not to wake up even when it receives print data. Printing does
not take place until a user operation is made on the machine operator panel.
For some models, the Sleeping page appears while the system is engaged in
Energy Saver. To wake up the system, click the Start key on the Sleeping
page.
3
Select the interface or device to which Energy Saver is turned On. If set to Off,
print data applied through that interface or device wakes the system and is
printed normally.
4
Click Submit.
Note: Advanced settings are not available when the FAX Kit is installed.
Override A4/Letter
Specifies whether or not the A4 and Letter size paper should be
interchangeable. When turned On, for example, if the A4 paper is not in the
tray, the Letter size paper will be selected for printing. When turned Off, the
Letter size paper will not be used in place of the A4 paper, when A4 is
selected for printing but the A4 tray is empty.
Auto Error Clear
Specifies whether or not to clear errors automatically when they occur.
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Error Clear Timer
Specifies the time between 5 and 495 seconds after which errors are cleared
automatically.
Low Power Timer
Specifies the time from 1 to 240 minutes after which the system enters the
low power mode, where it reduces the power consumption.
Interrupt Clear Time
This determines the time of period before the machine reverts to normal
mode, after the interrupt copy mode has been engaged. The range is 5 to
459 seconds (in 5-second increments).
WSD Scan Timer
This determines the time of period before the machine reverts to normal
mode, after WSD scan mode has been engaged. The range is 10 to 495
seconds (in 5-second increments).
RAM Disk Mode
Specifies whether to use a part of the print system memory as a RAM disk.
You can specify the size of the print system memory to use for the RAM disk.
If this item is On, electronic sorting is enabled and the printing speed
increases. After you have changed the setting, you must restart the printing
system.
RAM Disk Size
Specifies the size of the RAM disk. For allowable sizes, refer to the print
system operation guide. After you have changed the setting, you must
restart the printing system.
File Name
You can change the file name for the scan data or the job name for the jobs
on the Job page.
Additional Information
You can add a Job Number or the Data and Time to the File Name
designated above. The additional information varies depending on model.
MP Tray Empty
With the MP tray set as the default paper source, this enables (On) or
disables (Off) the paper empty message when the MP tray becomes empty.
Unusable Time Setting
This restricts use of the machine by time of day. When turned On, the
machine becomes unoperative during the time of day specified by Unusable
Time. Except, the received FAXes are stored in the machine and printed
after the unusable time period has been expired.
Unusable Time
This determines the time of period during which the machine is restricted for
use. This is enabled when Unusable Time Setting is On.
Unlock Code
Entering this code, comprised of four digits from 0 to 9, temporarily allows
the machine to be usable during the time of period of restriction.
Dest(ination) Check Before Send
This enables the front panel message which prompts you to confirm the
destination to forward the scan data. The message is displayed when the
machine's Start key is pressed to start scanning.
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Entry Check for New Dest(ination)
When enabled, this prompts you to re-enter the password for confirmation
when adding a new destination.
Default Screen (Send/FAX)
You can select either One Touch (keys), Destinations, Address Book, or
External Address Book to be displayed by default on the print system's
display while using send or FAX mode.
USB Keyboard Type
This tells the system the type of the keyboard being connected to the USB
port. In order for the keyboard to properly operate, specify the correct type.
Basic > Defaults > Address Book > Contacts
This page allows you to add, edit or delete Contacts.
Adding a New Contact
1
Open the Address Book Contacts page.
2
Click Add Contact. The Address Book Contacts - Add page opens.
3
Enter the information for the address to be registered. You can specify a FAX
number and i-FAX address even if the FAX System is not installed.
4
Click Submit.
Editing a Contact
1
Open the Address Book Contacts page.
2
Click the number or name of the address to edit.The Address Book Contacts Edit page appears.
3
Modify the information of the address.
4
Click Submit.
Deleting a Contact
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1
Open the Address Book Contacts page.
2
Check the desired contact. When the check box on the left side of Number is
selected, all contacts displayed on the page will be checked.
3
Click Delete Contact. The Address Book Contacts - Delete page appears.
You can confirm the addresses to be deleted.
4
Click Delete when the desired addresses are selected.
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Basic > Defaults > Address Book > Groups
This page allows you to add, edit or delete Groups.
Adding a New Group
1
Open the Address Book Groups page.
2
Click Add Group. The Address Book Groups - Add page opens.
3
Enter the number and name of the group.
4
Click Submit. The Address Book Groups - Add Members page opens.
5
Select the members to be added to the created group. Check the members you
want to add. The members must be registered before added.
6
After you have selected the members, click Submit. The Address Book
Groups - Edit page opens. Click Submit. You can continue editing groups,
such as changing group names and adding or deleting members.
Editing a Group
1
Open the Address Book Groups page.
2
Click the number or name of the group to edit. The Address Book Groups Edit page opens.
3
You can change the number or name of the group and add or delete members.
To add members, click Add Members and select the addresses to add. Click
Submit. The members must be registered before added.
4
After you have finished editing, click Submit.
Deleting a Group
1
Open the Address Book Groups page.
2
Check the desired group. When the check box on the left side of Number is
selected, all groups displayed on the page will be checked.
3
Click Delete Group. The Address Book Groups - Delete page appears. You
can confirm the group to be deleted.
4
Click Delete when the desired group is selected.
Basic > Security > Account Settings
The Administrator (Admin) account is the master access account. It controls
access to the printer and networking configuration from all setup and
management utilities including the HTML web pages. The Admin password set
in the following is valid when Authentication is set to Off. For details on
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Authentication, see Advanced > Management > Authentication > General on
page 3-47.
Setting the Admin password is highly recommended to prevent unauthorized
changes to the machine and networking configuration. With some models, the
default Administrator password is factory-set as admin00. It is recommended to
periodically change password.
To change the password:
1
Enter the Old Password.
2
Enter the password you want to set in New Password. This can be up to 32 (30
with some models) character long.
3
Enter the same password in Confirm New Password.
4
Click Submit.
Basic > Security > Device Security > General
This page allows you to restrict access from the operation panel or USB host
device. In addition, an explanation about each security setting is displayed.
Lock Operation Panel
Restricts access from the operation panel. With some models, this setting is
irrelevant if the user has logged in as the Administrator.
When it is set to Lock (Block), use of the System menu on this machine,
registration in and editing of the Address Book and Box, use of the Stop key,
and cancellation of jobs are forbidden. When it is set to Partial Lock, use of
the System menu on this machine and registration in and editing of the
Address Book and Box are forbidden. When it is set to Unlock, use of all
keys is permitted.
Filtering/Firewall, SNMPv1/v2, SNMPv3, SSL, IPSec, IEEE802.1x
An explanation about each security setting is displayed. When you click a
link in the sentence, the appropriate tab of the Advanced page opens.
Basic > Security > Device Security > Interface Block
This page allows you to restrict access from each interface.
Network, USB Device, USB Host, Parallel I/F, Optional I/F
Specifies whether or not to restrict access from each of the interfaces above.
Access from the interfaces that are set to Block is restricted.
Access from the network interface cannot be restricted. Access can be
restricted on a per-protocol basis. Refer to the next section.
Basic > Security > Device Security > Network Security
This allows you to enable communication with the printing system on a
per-protocol basis.
SNMP v3, NetWare, AppleTalk, NetBEUI, Raw, IPP, IPP over SSL, HTTP,
HTTPS, FTP (Transmission), FTP (Reception), SMB, SNMP, SMTP, POP3,
LPD, LDAP, WSD Scan, WSD Print, ThinPrint, Enhanced WSD, Enhanced
WSD over SSL
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Specifies whether or not to restrict communication via each of the protocols
on the left. The communication via the protocols that are set to Block is
restricted. The settings made on this page affect the protocol settings on the
Advanced page.
Basic > Security > User Login
When the authentication function is set on the Advanced > Management >
Authentication page (Local Authentication, depending on model), you must
register users and set access levels on this page. The available access levels
are User and Administrator.
One administrator account is registered by default.
Local Authorization turns On or Off Job Authorization settings for a user
listed on User List.
Number of Users shows the number of the current users. By entering a user
name in Search by Name, you can search for the user.
Adding a New User Login
1
Click User Login, open the User Login page.
2
Click Add and enter the information of the user.
3
Click Submit.
Editing a User Login
1
Click User Login, open the User Login page.
2
Click the desired Login User Name or User Name to edit the user and modify
their information.
3
Click Submit.
Deleting a User Login
1
Click User Login, open the User Login page.
2
Check the desired user. When the check box on the left side of Login User
Name is selected, all users displayed on the page will be checked.
3
Click Delete. The User Login - Delete page appears. You can confirm the
users to be deleted.
4
Click Delete when the desired users are selected.
Basic > Security > Certificates
This page allows you to create or update certificates or check details on
certificates. After you have changed this setting, you must restart this machine.
For the restarting procedure, refer to Basic > Defaults > Reset on page 3-6.
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Device Certificate - Self Issued
The self-issued certificate is automatically issued by default. The automatically
issued certificate has the country code, common name (in a form of "KMxxxxxx"
as for model names), and a validity period of about 10 years already configured.
Self Certificate
Displays whether the certificate is active.
Expiration
Displays the validity period of the certificate.
View Certificate
Click View to view details on the certificate.
Create Certificate
Click Create to create a certificate.
Country code and common name are mandatorily required. On Windows
Vista/7, the common name and the access name (host name or IP address)
must be identical.
Edit Certificate
Click Edit to show Current Universal Time, and update the validity period of
the certificate.
Export Certificate
Click Export to display the download dialog for the file. Click Save to
download the exported certificate.
If the printing system supports self-issued certificates only, it cannot carry
out encrypted communication via IPP over SSL with Windows Vista/7
because the IPP over SSL function of Windows Vista/7 does not deem
self-issued certificates as trusted. To enable printing via IPP over SSL,
export the selfissued certificate from the printing system and import it into
Windows Vista/7 as a trusted certificate. In this case, the access name must
match the common name of the certificate.
Device Certificate - CA Issued
CA Certificate
Displays whether the certificate issued by the Certification Authority (CA) is
active or not.
Expiration
Displays the validity period of the certificate.
View Certificate
Click View to view the details of the certificate.
Import Certificate
Click Import to open the File Import window. Click Browse to open the file
selection dialog box. Select a file and click Open. When the certificate is
password-protected, enter the password and click Submit. The certificate is
imported.
Delete Certificate
Click Delete. The certificate is displayed. Click Delete again to delete the
certificate.
When the CA issued certificate is deleted, the settings are made invalid if
Authentication Type is set to Certificates for IPSec. The self Issued
certificate is made valid for SSL.
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Root Certificate
Root Certificate
Displays whether the certificate is active.
Expiration
Displays the validity period of the certificate.
View Certificate
Click View to view details on the certificate.
Import Certificate
Click Import to open the File Import window. Click Browse to open the file
selection dialog box. Select a file and click Open. Click Submit to import the
certificate.
Delete Certificate
Click Delete. The certificate is displayed. Click Delete again to delete the
certificate.
When all root certificates are deleted, the settings are made invalid if
Authentication Type is set to Certificates for IPSec. In addition,
IEEE802.1x is turned Off.
Application Certificate
IEEE802.1x Client Certificate
Displays whether the certificate is active.
Expiration
Displays the validity period of the certificate.
View Certificate
Click View to view details on the certificate.
Import Certificate
Click Import to open the File Import window. Click Browse to open the file
selection dialog box. Select a file and click Open. Enter the password and
click Submit. The certificate is imported.
Delete Certificate
Click Delete. The certificate is displayed. Click Delete again to delete the
certificate. When the certificate is deleted, IEEE802.1x is turned Off.
Printer Page
This section includes settings that apply to the printing function of the machine,
such as default print resolution or copy count.
Default printer settings will be overridden by the printer driver settings. Settings
that affect the machine entirely, such as locking the operation panel, are found
under Basic Page on page 3-5.
Printer > Summary of Network Printer Access Methods
The following information that has already been set is displayed here.
• IP Address
• Host Name
• Net BEUI Name
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• AppleTalk Name
Printer > System
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the System
page.
Form Feed Timeout
Adjusts the timeout between 5 and 495 seconds, after which a form feed will
occur in the absence of data. The default setting is 30 seconds.
Emulation
Selects an emulation mode.
Alternate Emulation
Specifies which emulation mode should be used for processing at the time
data other than KPDL is received, when AUTO is selected for emulation.
JPEG/TIFF Print
This determines the physical size of JPEG images when printing them from a
USB flash device. Choices include Fit to Paper Size, Image Resolution,
and Fit to Print Resolution.
XPS Fit to Page
This determines the page size for printing XPS data. Turn On to fit print data
over the page size; and turn Off to print in the original size.
Paper Feed Mode
Determines the behavior of paper feed selection when the paper you
requested of size and/or type is not available in the current paper source.
Auto lets the machine to search for the matching paper including all the
paper sources. Fixed does not perform searching in the other paper
sources.
Duplex Mode
Selects the default duplex mode from Off, Long Edge and Short Edge.
Available on machines with the duplex printing.
Copies
Sets the number of copies to print.
Page Orientation
Switches Portrait or Landscape page orientation.
Tone
Sets Tone mode to Normal or Fine. The default setting is Normal. Available
for some color machines.
Gloss Mode
Sets Gloss Mode to High or Low. The default setting is Low. Available for
some color machines which support Gloss Mode.
Color Mode
Sets Color Mode to Black & White (Monochrome) or Full Color. Available
for some color machines.
KIR Mode
Switches KIR smoothing On or Off. Available for some machines.
EcoPrint Mode
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Switches EcoPrint On or Off to control toner consumption for saving the
printing costs. The default setting is Off. Available for some machines.
Toner Save Level
Selects Toner Save Level from 1(Low) [low saving, darker printing] to
5(High) [high saving, lighter printing] when EcoPrint Mode is On.
Resolution
Changes the printing resolution. Available for some machines.
Printer > System > APL.Filter
This page allows you to configure the APL.Filter. The APL.Filter is a function
that converts the received print data to the specified code and prints that data.
Filter
Switches the APL.Filter On or Off.
Filter Name
Selects the APL.Filter. You can select the ASCII to KPDL conversion
process.
Printer > System > APL.Filter Parameters
Configure items that can be set differently between APL.Filters. You can specify
fonts and the text to be converted.
Font
Specifies the fonts used for printing.
Start of String
Specifies the character string with which the text to be converted begins. Up
to 15 single-byte characters can be specified.
End of String
Specifies the character string with which the text to be converted ends. The
default setting is \f. Up to 15 single-byte characters can be specified.
Printer > Media Input
This page lets you configure paper trays by type and size. You can also
configure cassette groups.
Default
Determines the default tray to feed paper from.
Tray
Displays the trays including those provided by option.
Size
Displays the paper size for each input tray. This setting can be changed
using the dropdown list.
Type
Displays the paper type for each input tray. This setting can be changed
using the dropdown list.
Group Settings
If multiple cassettes are available, you can set up to three groups of
cassettes. Cassettes in a group are treated as a single tray. Paper can be
fed continuously from the grouped cassettes.
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Printer > Document Output
This page lets you select an output tray.
Paper Output
Determines the default output tray.
Scanner Page
This section includes settings that apply to the scanning function of the
machine, such as default scan resolution or original placement.
In order to attach scanned data file to an E-mail and send it, the SMTP settings
on the Advanced page must be completed.
Scanner > Defaults
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Scanner >
Default page.
Color Selection (Copy)
This selects color mode for copying. Auto automatically identifies full color or
black and white from the original document to copy. You can manually select
either Full Color or Black & White to forcedly switch color mode.
Color Sel.(Send/Store)
This selects color mode for scanning or storing. Auto Color
(Color/Grayscale) and Auto Color (Color/Black & White) allow you
identify color for the original document to scan. You can manually select Full
Color, Grayscale, or Black & White to forcedly switch color mode, or if your
printing system supports only black and white.
Density
This adjusts exposure (darkness) of scanning an original document. Auto
automatically provides an exposure best suited for the original document.
Manual invokes the exposure which is adjusted manually in the machine.
Scan Resolution
Specifies the resolution. The maximum resolution using full color or gray
scale mode is 300 x 300 dpi. To scan in full color or gray scale with 400 dpi
or 600 dpi resolution, expansion of the internal memory is required.
Original Image
The original quality is selected according to the type of original. Switches the
original quality between Text, Text+Photo, Photo, Map, and Printed
Document.
Prevent Bleed-through
Prevents the unwanted images on the back side of the document from
bleeding through to overwrap the scanned objects.
File Format
Selects the file format in which the scanned data will be saved.
PDF/A
Turns PDF/A-compliant format PDF/A-1a or PDF/A-1b on or Off, when File
Format above is PDF. PDF/A is an electronic document file format for
long-term preservation as addressed in the ISO 19005-1 specification.
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Selects the file quality mode (1 [Low] to 5 [High]) in which the scanned data
will be saved.
High-Compression PDF Image
Selects the compression rate for PDF files from 1 (Low), 2 (Medium), and 3
(High).
High-Compression PDF Auto Color
Sets whether to enable or disable the automatic color/ monochrome
detection for the original to be scanned.
Auto Color Correction
Selects the detection level from five levels applied when High-Compression
PDF Automatic Color Detection is set to On. The color mode tends to be
used at Level 1 and the monochrome mode at Level 5.
Zoom
Switches the zoom ratio between Auto and 100%. The default setting is
100%.
Original Orientation
Switches between Top Edge Top and Top Edge Left.
Scanner > FTP
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FTP page.
FTP
Switches FTP On or Off.
FTP Port Number
Sets the FTP Port Number or use the FTP default port 21.
FTP Encrypted TX
This enables or disables Encryption for communication. When turned On,
the encryption algorithm that is selected by Advanced > Security > Secure
Protocols on page 3-51 is used.
Scanner > SMB
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the SMB page.
SMB Protocol
Switches the SMB Protocol On or Off.
SMB Port Number
Sets the SMB default Port Number or use the SMB default port 139 (For
Windows Vista/7, use 445).
Scanner > E-mail
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the E-mail page.
Subject
You can include the model name of the printer, serial number, MAC address,
host name and IP address in the subject line as follows: Enter one of the
following conversion strings starting with %. The string will be converted into
a pre-defined string to display the above information.
• %printer = Model
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• %serial = Serial Number
• %etheraddr = MAC Address
• %host = Host Name
• %ip = IP Address
Body
You can enter the information that you want to appear in the body of the
E-mail.
Scanner > Send and Forward
When sending a FAX, FTP, SMB or a E-mail job, Send and Forward
automatically forwards the same job to a destination specified. The following
section provides a summary of the items displayed on the Send and Forward
page.
Forward
Switches Send and Forward on or off.
Rule
Selects a rule of either FAX, FTP, SMB or E-mail to activate Send and
Forward.
Add
Adds a destination for forwarding. To add a destination, proceed as follows:
1
Click Add.
2
In Address Type, select the type of destination from the following:
• Email - forwards the E-mail to the E-mail address entered.
• SMB - forwards the job to a shared folder on Microsoft Windows network.
Enter the Host Name, Port Number, path to a shared folder, Login User
Name, and the Login Password.
• FTP - forwards the jobs to an accessible FTP server. Enter the Host Name,
Port Number, path to a folder, Login User Name, and the Login Password.
Adding an Address from an Address Book
To add an address from an Address Book, if set up, proceed as follows:
1
Click Import Contacts.
2
The address book opens. Check the check box for the address you want to add
to the destination.
3
After you have finished selection, click Submit.
4
The Send and Forward page appears. Check that the destination is added to
the destination list.
Delete
To delete a destination from Destination Settings, click the check box next
to the destination, then click Delete. If you accept the confirming prompt,
click Delete.
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Scanner > i-FAX
This sends scanned data in i-FAX mode. The subject and body contents for
i-FAX must be specified. The contents displayed on this page are the same as
in Scanner > E-mail, described above.
FAX / i-FAX Page
This section includes settings, such as FAX transmission and reception
settings, that apply to the FAX function of the device. For models that do not
support i-FAX, FAX is displayed on the menu.
FAX / i-FAX > Common > Defaults
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FAX / i-FAX
> Common page.
Local FAX Name
Specifies your FAX system name.
Furigana (Japan only)
This adds phonetic scripts to the FAX system name.
FAX / i-FAX > Common > Transmit
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Transmit
page.
TTI
Selects On or Off whether to send the TTI (Transmit Terminal Identifier)
information to other party.
TTI Position
Selects the position of the TTI to be printed on the transmitted documents.
FAX / i-FAX > Common > Receive
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Receive
page.
FAX Media Type
Sets the media type for printing the received documents.
Use MP Tray
Selects whether or not to include the MP (multi purpose) tray for auto media
selection when printing received documents. When turned On, the MP tray
will be included as an option for auto media selection, and when turned Off,
only the cassettes will be selected.
Reduced RX Size
Specifies the printing configuration for printing a document, which is larger
than the selected paper size. When Same Size Override is selected, the
document will be printed on multiple sheets of paper without reducing the
text. When Reduction Override is selected, the document will be printed on
one sheet whenever possible.
Receive Date/ Time
Selects On or Off whether to print the reception information such as the
received date, the received time, the transmitting party's information and the
number of transmitted pages on the top of the received documents.
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Duplex Printing
Specifies whether or not to use the Duplex mode.
2 in1 Receive
Enables or disables 2 in1 reception.
Receive Bulk Print
Enables or disables FAX bulk reception. When enabled, the FAX system
prints the received documents after its reception completes. It will be
possible to make copies during that reception.
FAX / i-FAX > Common RX/Forward Requirements > General
Conditional reception/forwarding is a function for automatically forwarding
documents received by FAX or i-FAX to other FAX machines, sending them as
attachments to E-mail, or saving them into a FAX box instead of printing if they
satisfy the specified conditions.
For example, you can forward faxes from particular customers received during
business hours to the E-mail addresses of the people responsible for those
customers, print and save them in a FAX box if they are received outside
business hours, and forward faxes from outside of your business area to the
business office nearest to the sender's fax number.
For models that do not support RX/Forward Requirements, the documents
received are forwarded in the same requirement.
Types of RX/Forward Requirements
Open the FAX/i-FAX > Common > RX/Forward Requirements > General
page. Select one of the following items.
Off
Disables the forwarding process. Received faxes are printed on paper as in
normal operation.
Use Requirements List
Executes the forwarding process according to the specified conditions. For
the setting procedure, refer to Setting Destinations on page 3-25.
All
Executes the forwarding process without specifying conditions. All received
faxes are processed in the same way. However, the process of saving them
in a FAX box cannot be selected. Clicking Advanced invokes a behaviour
equal to specifying all conditions. For the setting procedure, refer to Settings
for Applying the Same Forwarding Process without Using a Requirement List
on page 3-24.
Settings for Forwarding Processes Using a Requirement List
Open the FAX/i-FAX > Common > RX/Forward Requirements >
Requirement List page.
1
Add the new condition to the Requirement List. Click Add.
2
The Requirement List - Add page appears. Specify the condition for the FAX
forwarding process.
Requirement Number
Enter a number that identifies the condition set.
Name
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Give the condition set here an easily recognizable name.
Status
Specify whether to enable or disable the condition. This item is set to Off for
the condition that has just been added. To set this item to On, set the
conditions and then click to select the desired condition on the Requirement
List and change the setting. If the requirement sets include the same
Activating Time Setting, Activating Time and Sub Address settings,
these requirement sets will not be enabled at the same time.
Activating Time
Specify a period of hours during which the forwarding process is executed.
Select Time Specification to forward only faxes received during a particular
period of hours or All Day not to specify the hours.
Enable Time
When Time Specification is selected in the previous item, specify the start
time and end time.
File Name
Specify the file name to be used for the forwarded file.
Additional Information
Specify the information to be added to the file name specified in the previous
item.
Add Sender Information
Determine whether the sender information are added to the file name or not.
Priority
Prioritize the search keys when conducting searching over the sending
criterions.
Requirement Type
Select the condition type from the following items.
- FAX Sub Address
- FAX Number
- FAX Dial-in Number
- FAX Reception Port
- i-FAX Address
When an item is selected, the text box below it accepts entry of the
necessary information on the selected item. Enter the condition necessary
for each item. Asterisks (*) can be used as wildcards. For example, to
specify all faxes that came from Tokyo, select FAX Number and enter '03*'
in the FAX number text box. For some models which shows Search by when
FAX Number or i-FAX Address is selected, you can use a search criteria
such as Same as or Start with, etc. Wildcards cannot be used for these
models.
When the search criteria is Same as, up to 9 are forwarded to the FAX Box.
FAX Reception Port shows the list in which you can select Port 1 or Port 2.
If you selected FAX Sub Address for Requirement Type, enter a
subaddress subsequently.
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After you have finished setting all items, click Submit.
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The Requirement List page appears. Check that the condition you have set is
added to the Requirement List. Click the name of the condition under which
you want to execute the forwarding process. The Detail/Edit page opens. Set
Status to On.
5
Then, specify how the forwarding process is executed. Click the desired items
among the following three Action Settings items in the lower part of the same
page. When you want to execute multiple forwarding processes at the same
time, for example printing and saving in a FAX box, click both items and set the
processes.
Print
Prints received documents on paper.
• Name
Displays the condition name.
• Status
Displays whether the condition is currently used.
• Print
Specifies whether to print on paper.
• Copies
When the previous item is set to On, specify the number of copies.
Forward
Forwards received documents to other FAX machines, E-mail addresses,
shared folders, and so on.
• Name
Displays the condition name.
• Status
Displays whether the condition is currently used.
• Forwarding
Turn On to enable forwarding.
• File Format
Selects the format of forwarded files from PDF, PDF/A, or TIFF. (This item
has effect when the forwarding destination is E-mail, SMB, or FTP.)
• FTP Encrypted TX
Turn On to enable encryption for transmission. Note the SSL protocol must
also be turned on. Refer to Advanced > Security > Secure Protocols on page
3-51.
• Subject Additional Information
When a forwarding address is specified as destination, Sender Name or
Sender FAX No./Address is appended at forwarding. When None, these will
not be appended.
• Page Separate
Specifies whether to split the fax into files as many as the number of pages.
Select On to split the fax. (This item has effect when the forwarding
destination is Email, SMB, or FTP.)
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• Number of Destination
Displays the number of registered destinations displayed for the next item.
• Destination List
Displays a list of registered forwarding destinations. Faxes are forwarded to
all destinations displayed here. For how to add a destination, refer to Setting
Destinations on page 3-25.
Save to FAX Box
Saves received documents in a FAX box.
• Name
Displays the condition name.
• Status
Displays whether the condition is currently used.
• Save to FAX Box
Specifies whether to save faxes in a FAX box. This is not stored in the FAX
box if the forwarding conditions do not meet.
• Box Name
Specifies the FAX box to be used. When the selection button is clicked, a list
of registered FAX boxes appears. The FAX box to be specified here must be
registered in advance. For how to add a FAX box, refer to Document Box >
FAX Box on page 3-33.
6
After you have finished setting all items, click Submit.
7
The screen returns to the Detail/Edit page. After you have finished setting all
items, click Submit.
8
The Requirement List page appears. Check that the status of the condition you
have set is On. Repeat the above steps to set more conditions.
9
Finally, set the process for faxes that do not satisfy any of the conditions on the
Requirement List. Click Advanced of Not complying with the requirements.
10
The Requirement List - Advanced page appears. Set whether to execute
forwarding processes for faxes satisfying no conditions by setting the status to
On or Off. When this item is set to On, set the subsequent items. The procedure
is almost the same as the procedure for adding a condition. See steps 2 to 6 as
a reference.
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After you have finished setting the items, click Submit.
This completes the settings for forwarding processes using a Requirement List.
Settings for Applying the Same Forwarding Process without Using a
Requirement List
Open the FAX/i-FAX > Common > RX/Forward Requirements > General
page.
1
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Click Advanced in RX/Forward Requirements.
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The RX/Forward Requirements - Advanced page appears. Specify the
forwarding process. The procedure is almost the same as the procedure for
adding a condition. See steps 2 to 6 as a reference.
Note: The process of saving faxes in a FAX box cannot be selected as the
forwarding process to be applied without using a Requirement List.
3
After you have finished setting the items, click Submit.
4
Returns to the RX/Forward Requirements page. Select ALL and click Submit.
This completes the settings for applying the same forwarding process without
using a Requirement list.
Setting Destinations
When setting Forwarding in Action Settings described above, you have to
register Destination in advance. You can add a new destination or an address
registered in the address book to Destination.
Addition
Open the Action Settings > Forward page.
1
Click Add.
2
Select the desired type of forwarding process from Address Type. The
available types are as follows:
E-mail
Forwards faxes by E-mail. Specify E-mail address.
SMB
Saves faxes in a shared folder accessible from Microsoft Windows Network.
Specify Host Name, Port Number, Path to the shared folder, Login User
Name, and Login Password.
FTP
Saves faxes on an accessible FTP server. Specify Host Name, Port
Number, Path to the folder, Login User Name, and Login Password.
FAX
Forwards faxes to other FAX machines. Specify FAX Number, Transmit
Start Speed, and other necessary information on the forwarding
destinations.
i-FAX
Forwards faxes to other i-FAX systems. Specify i-FAX Address,
Connection Mode, and other necessary information on the forwarding
destinations.
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After you have finished specifying the destination, click Submit.
4
The Action Settings > Forward page appears. Check that the Destination is
added to the Destination List.
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Addition from the Address Book
There are two types of address book: address book contacts and address book
groups. In address book contacts, each entry has an address of one person. In
address book groups, each entry has multiple addresses. When an address of a
group is added, faxes are forwarded to all addresses registered in the group.
Before adding an address from an address book, you have to register the
address in the address book. For how to register an address in an address
book, refer to Basic > Defaults > Address Book > Contacts on page 3-9 or Basic
> Defaults > Address Book > Groups on page 3-10.
Open the Action Settings > Forward page.
1
Click Import Contacts or Import Groups.
2
The address book opens. Put a check mark in the check box for the address or
group you want to add to the destinations.
3
After you have finished selection, click Submit.
4
The Action Settings > Forward page appears. Check that the Destination is
added to the Destination List.
Deletion
You can delete a Destination from the Destination List.
Open the Action Settings > Forward page.
1
Put a check mark in the check box for the destination you want to delete from
the Destination List.
2
After you have finished selection, click Delete. The Action Settings > Forward
- Delete page appears. You can confirm the destinations to be deleted.
3
After you have finished selection, click Submit.
4
The Action Settings > Forward page appears. Check that the Destination is
deleted from the Destination List. After confirming the settings, click Submit.
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > Defaults
The description below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FAX /
i-FAX > FAX > Defaults page.
Local FAX Number (Port 1/ 2)
Specifies your FAX system number.
FAX Line
Sets the type of phone line to correspond to the type of telephone service
that you are using. Be sure that the type of phone line you select is correct
because, if the setting is incorrect, dialing will be impossible. The choices are
Tone (DTMF) or Pulse (10pps), or Pulse (20pps).
Local FAX ID
Specifies your FAX system ID.
Speaker Volume
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Sets the volume of the internal speaker that allows you to listen to conditions
on the telephone line when the [On-Hook] key was pressed. The choices
are Off and levels 1, 2 or 3.
Monitor Volume
Sets the volume of the internal speaker that allows you to listen to conditions
on the telephone line when the [On-Hook] key was not pressed. The
choices are Off and levels 1, 2 or 3.
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > Receive
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Receive
page.
FAX Receive
Selects the FAX reception mode. The choices are Auto (Normal, FAX/TEL,
TAD or DRD) or Manual. (The selectable option is different depending on
the destination.)
DRD Pattern
Selects the DRD pattern. This menu is available only for specific
destinations.
Remote Switching Dial Number
Specifies the remote switching dial number. You can specify it within a range
of 00 to 99. Remote switching allows you to initiate FAX reception from a
telephone connected to the FAX system.
Encryption Key No.
Sets the encryption key number to be used for encrypted communication.
F-NET
Sets the silent reception. (Available only in Japan.)
Dial-in
Activates the dial-in (direct number) call. (Available only in Japan.)
Dial-in Number
Specifies the telephone number for direct number. (Available only in Japan.)
Dial-in FAX Number
Specifies the telephone number for direct FAX number. (Available only in
Japan.)
Reception Port
Sets the receive-only port. (Available in multiport mode).
Number of Rings (Normal)
Specifies the number of rings for Auto FAX reception (Normal). You can
specify it within a range of 1 to 15.
Number of Rings (TAD)
Specifies the number of rings for Auto FAX reception (TAD). You can specify
it within a range of 1 to 15.
Number of Rings (FAX/TEL)
Specifies the number of rings for Auto FAX reception (FAX/TEL). You can
specify it within a range of 0 to 15. This is not displayed on European
models.
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FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > General
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FAX
Restrictions > General page.
Transmit Restriction
Selects the transmitting restriction between Off and Use Permit List +
Address Book.
Receive Restriction
Selects the receiving restriction between Off, Use Permit List + Address
Book, and Use Reject List.
Unknown Number Reception
Displayed when Use Reject List is selected in Receive Restriction. This
determines the behavior when the machine has received a FAX with an
unknown FAX number. Select Permit to permit reception of unknown
numbered FAXes and select Reject to reject unknown numbered FAXes.
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > Permit Number List
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Permit
Number List page.
Add
Clicking Add will display the Permit Number List - Add page. Enter in
Permit FAX Number the FAX number to add, then click Submit.
Delete
To delete a FAX number from Permit Number List, click the check box next
to the FAX number, then click Delete. If you accept the confirming prompt,
click Delete.
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > Permit ID List
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Permit ID
List page.
Add
Clicking Add will display the Permit ID List - Add page. Enter in Permit
FAX ID the FAX ID to add, then click Submit.
Delete
To delete a FAX ID from Permit Number List, click the check box next to
the FAX ID, then click Delete. If you accept the confirming prompt, click
Delete.
FAX / i-FAX > FAX > FAX Restrictions > Reject Number List
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Reject
Number List page.
Add
Clicking Add will display the Reject Number List - Add page. Enter in
Reject FAX Number the FAX number to reject, then click Submit.
Delete
To delete a FAX number from Reject Number List, click the check box next
to the FAX ID, then click Delete. If you accept the confirming prompt, click
Delete.
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FAX / i-FAX > FAX > Encryption Key
Specifies the encryption key in hexadecimal. The length of the encryption key is
16 digits. Enter 16 characters using the numbers 0-9 and the letters A-F.
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Defaults
The section below provides a summary of the item displayed on the Defaults
page.
i-FAX
Enables or disables i-FAX. Set to On to enable.
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > SMTP
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the SMTP
page.
SMTP Port Number
Set the SMTP Port Number or use the SMTP default port 25.
SMTP Server Name
Enter the SMTP server name or its IP address. If entering the name, rather
than the IP address, a DNS server address must also be configured. The
DNS server address may be entered on the TCP/IP General page (Refer to
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > General on page 3-35).
SMTP Server Timeout
Sets the timeout in seconds during which this machine tries to connect to the
SMTP server.
Authentication Protocol
Enables or disables the SMTP authentication protocol or sets POP before
SMTP as the protocol. The SMTP authentication supports Microsoft
Exchange 2000.
Authenticate as
Selects the user to be authenticated in SMTP authentication. If you want to
select a user other than i-FAX users, select Other and enter the Login User
Name and Login Password for authentication.
Login User Name
When Other is selected for Authenticate as, the account name set here will
be used for SMTP authentication.
Login Password
Enter the login password.
POP before SMTP Timeout
Enter the timeout in seconds during which this machine tries to connect to
the SMTP server when set POP before SMTP as the Authentication
Protocol.
Test
Tests to confirm that the settings on this page are correct. When the Test
button is pressed, this machine tries to connect to the SMTP server.
E-mail Size Limit
Enter the maximum size of E-mail that can be sent in Kilobytes. When the
value is 0, the limitation for E-mail size is disabled.
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Sender Address
Displays the sender address used for E-mails sent from this machine. For
how to change the sender address, set the Email address in E-mail
Address on FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > POP3 on page 3-30.
Signature
Displays the signature to be inserted in the end of the E-mail body. For how
to change the signature, refer to Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > General on
page 3-41.
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > POP3
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the POP3
page.
Check Interval
Displays the interval, in minutes, for connecting to the POP3 server to check
for incoming mails. For how to change this setting, refer to Advanced >
E-mail > POP3 > General on page 3-43.
Run once now
Click the Receive button to immediately receive E-mail from the POP3
server.
E-mail Address
Enter the E-mail address for i-FAX. The E-mail address is displayed in
Sender Address on FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > SMTP on page 3-29.
POP3 Server Name
Enter the POP3 server name or IP address.
POP3 Port Number
Enter the POP3 port number or use the default port number 110.
POP3 Server Timeout
Enter the timeout in seconds during which this machine tries to connect to
the POP3 server.
Login User Name
Enter the login name of the user.
Login Password
Enter the password for connecting to the user name above.
Use APOP
Enables or disables APOP.
Test
Tests to confirm that the settings on this page are correct. When the Test
button is pressed, this machine tries to connect to the POP3 server.
E-mail Size Limit
Enter maximum E-mail size in Kilobytes. When the value is 0, the limitation
for E-mail size is disabled.
Cover Page
Specifies whether to print the body of E-mail in addition to the attached files.
When this item is set to On, the attached files and the body of E-mail are
printed.
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When no attached files exist, only the body of E-mail is printed. When this
item is set to Off, only the attached files are printed. When no attached files
exist, nothing is printed.
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Domain Restrictions > General
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Domain
Restrictions page.
SMTP Restriction
Selects the restriction level from Off, Reject, and Permit.
POP3 Restriction
Selects the restriction level from Off, Reject, and Permit.
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Domain Restrictions > SMTP Restriction
List
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the SMTP
Restriction List page.
Domain Name
Enter the domain names that can be permitted or rejected. You can also
specify the E-mail addresses.
FAX / i-FAX > i-FAX > Domain Restrictions > POP3 Restriction
List
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the POP3
Restriction List page.
Domain Name
Enter the domain names that can be permitted or rejected. You can also
specify the E-mail addresses.
Jobs Page
This section includes information on all device jobs including job status,
scheduled job and job log.
The section below provides a summary of the pages in the Jobs page. When
clicking the job on each page, the detailed information of the job is displayed.
Status > Printing (Sending, Storing) Jobs Status
Shows the job status for each operation. To show the latest status, click
Refresh. To cancel execution of the selected job, click Job Cancel.
Schedule
Shows the scheduled job such as FAX delayed transmission. To show the
latest status, click Refresh. To cancel execution of the selected job, click
Job Cancel.
Log > Printing (Sending, Storing) Jobs Log
Shows the job log for each operation. To show the latest status, click
Refresh.
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Document Box Page
This section includes addition and deletion of a document box, and deletion of
documents in a document box.
There are three types of document boxes: Custom Box, FAX Box (or Sub
Address Box), and Polling Box.
Document Box > Custom Box
The description below provides a summary of the items displayed on the
Custom Box page.
Number of Custom Boxes
Displays the number of registered custom boxes.
Add
Displays a screen where you can add a new custom box. Enter the required
information and click the Submit button.
Delete
Deletes the selected custom box.
You can add, edit or delete a custom box as follows:
Adding a New Custom Box
1
Open the Custom Box page.
2
Click Add and enter information for the custom box.
3
Click Submit.
Editing a Custom Box
1
Open the Custom Box page.
2
Click the Box Number of the custom box to edit.
3
Click Detail/Edit and enter information for the custom box.
4
Click Submit.
Deleting a Custom Box
1
Open the Custom Box page.
2
Check the custom box to delete.
3
Click Delete. Enter the password, if required, and click OK. The Custom Box Delete page appears. You can confirm the user boxes to be deleted.
4
Click Delete when the desired custom box is selected.
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Document Box > FAX Box
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FAX Box
page.
Number of FAX Boxes
Displays the number of registered FAX boxes.
Add
Displays a screen where you can add a new FAX box. Enter the required
information and click the Submit button.
Delete
Deletes the selected FAX box.
You can add, edit or delete a FAX box as follows:
Adding a New FAX Box
1
Open the FAX Box page.
2
Click Add and enter information for the FAX box.
3
Click Submit.
Editing a FAX Box
1
Open the FAX Box page.
2
Click the Box Number of the FAX box to edit.
3
Click Detail/Edit and enter information for the FAX box.
4
Click Submit.
Deleting a FAX Box
1
Open the FAX Box page.
2
Check the FAX box to delete.
3
Click Delete. Enter the password, if required, and click OK. The FAX Box Delete page appears. You can confirm the FAX boxes to be deleted.
4
Click Delete when the desired FAX box is selected.
Document Box > Sub Address Box
The description below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Sub
Address Box page.
Number of Sub Address Boxes
Displays the number of registered Sub Address boxes.
Add
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Displays a screen where you can add a new Sub Address box. Enter the
required information and click the Submit button.
Delete
Deletes the selected Sub Address box.
You can add, edit or delete a Sub Address box as follows:
Adding a New Sub Address Box
1
Open the Sub Address Box page.
2
Click Add and enter information for the Sub Address box.
3
Click Submit.
Editing a Sub Address Box
1
Open the Sub Address Box page.
2
Click the Box Number of the Sub Address box to edit.
3
Click Detail/Edit and enter information for the Sub Address box.
4
Click Submit.
Deleting a Sub Address Box
1
Open the Sub Address Box page.
2
Check the Sub Address box to delete.
3
Click Delete. The Sub Address Box - Delete page appears. You can confirm
the Sub Address boxes to be deleted.
4
Click Delete when the desired Sub Address boxes are selected.
Document Box > Polling Box
The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Polling Box
page.
Number of Documents
Displays the number of registered documents.
Delete
Deletes the checked documents.
Detail/Edit
Determine, after the document has been sent, whether you want the
document to be automatically deleted or to be retained (overwritten).
Setting a Polling Box
1
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Open the Polling Box page.
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2
Click Detail/Edit to delete or retain the document sent.
3
Click Submit.
Removing a document from the Poling Box
1
Open the Polling Box page.
2
Check the document to delete. When the check box on the left side of document
is selected, all documents displayed on the page will be checked.
3
Click Delete. The Poling Box - Delete page appears. You can confirm the
documents to delete.
4
Click Delete when the desired documents are selected.
Advanced Page
This section includes advanced settings that apply to the machine and is
comprised primarily of advanced network settings.
Always restart this machine after you have completed these settings in order to
properly register the content of those settings in the machine. Refer to Basic >
Defaults > Reset on page 3-6.
Advanced > Network Protocol Quick Summary/Secure Protocol
Quick Summary
The usage of the protocols that have already been set is displayed. The
following protocols can be displayed.
• TCP/IP
• NetWare
• IPP
• AppleTalk
• NetBEUI
• SMTP
• POP3
• SNMP v1/v2
• SNMP v3
• LDAP
• SSL
• IPSec
• IEEE802.1x
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > General
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the TCP/IP >
General page.
Host Name
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Specifies a name for the printing system network component. This name is
also used as the NetBEUI printer name.
IPv4 Settings
• DHCP/BOOTP
Specifies whether or not to automatically obtain an IP address using DHCP or
BOOTP.
• Auto-IP
Turn On to automatically assign a unique IP address even though a DHCP
server does not exist or DHCP setting is Off in the printing system. The range
of the IP address to be assigned is from 169.254.0.0 to 169.254.255.255,
which is reserved for Auto-IP. If an IP address is already assigned by a
DHCP server, this does not resolve a new IP address.
• IP Address
Assigns an IPv4 address to the printing system network component. The
format of the IPv4 address is a sequence of numbers (32-bit in total)
separated by dots, e.g. 192.168.110.171.
• Subnet Mask
Specifies the subnet mask.
• Default Gateway
Specifies the IP address of the default gateway.
• Domain Name
Specifies the DNS (Domain Name System) name of the domain to which the
printing system belongs. It should not contain the host printer name, for
example, "abcde.com".
• DNS Server (Primary, Secondary)
Specifies the IP addresses of the primary and secondary DNS (Domain
Name System) servers. When DHCP/BOOTP is turned On, you can select to
use either the DNS servers obtained via DHCP or the DNS servers being set
under this item.
• WINS Server (Primary, Secondary)
Specifies the IP addresses of the primary and secondary WINS (Windows
Internet Name Service) servers. When DHCP/BOOTP is turned On, you can
select to use either the WINS server obtained via DHCP or the WINS server
being set under this item.
• Bonjour
Specifies whether or not to automatically obtain an IP address using Bonjour.
You can add a Bonjour printer from the Mac OS X's Print Center.
The following conditions must be satisfied to automatically obtain an IP
address using Bonjour:
• If DHCP/BOOTP is turned Off, an IP address should not be specified.
• If DHCP/ BOOTP is turned On, automatic IP address assignment by the
DHCP server should not be enabled.
• To allow printing from the Mac OS X system, the printer needs to support
KPDL.
• Bonjour Name
If Bonjour is turned On, this specifies the Bonjour name to be used.
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IPv6 Settings
• IPv6
Specifies whether or not to enable the IPv6 protocol. Select On to use the
IPv6 protocol.
• IP Address
Assigns an IPv6 address to the printing system network component. The
format of the IPv6 address is a sequence of numbers (128 bit in total)
separated by colons, e.g. 2001:db8:3c4d:15::1a2c:1a1f.
• Prefix Length
Specifies the IPv6 prefix length. It can be a decimal value between 0 and 128.
• RA (Stateless)
Select On to use RA instead of the DHCP server to configure IPv6
addresses.
• Default Gateway
Specifies the IPv6 address of the default gateway.
• DHCPv6 (Stateful)
Specifies whether or not to obtain IPv6 IP addresses by automatic
configuration. When RA is turned On, the IP addresses and server
information are obtained via DHCPv6 based on the settings of the automatic
configuration made under RA (router setting).
• Domain Name
Specifies the DNS (Domain Name System) name of the domain to which the
printing system belongs.
• DNS Servers (Primary, Secondary)
Specifies the IP addresses of the primary and secondary DNS (Domain
Name System) servers. When DHCPv6 (Stateful) is turned On, you can
select to use either the DNS servers obtained via DHCP or the DNS servers
being set under this item.
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > IP Filters
This page allows you to configure IP filters. IP filters restrict access to the
printing system based on the IP addresses and protocols.
Specify the IP addresses or network addresses of the hosts to which access is
granted.
If nothing is specified on this page, access from all hosts is allowed.
IP Filter (IPv4)
• IP Address (IPv4)
Specifies the IP address or network address to be permitted. The number of
specifiable entries differs depending on models.
• Subnet Mask
Specifies the subnet mask to be permitted. To permit access from all hosts
on network 192, enter "192.0.0.0" for the IP address and "255.0.0.0" for the
subnet mask. Subnet mask can be left blank.
• Protocols
Specifies the protocol to be permitted. The following protocols can be
selected:
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• LPD
• FTP
• IPP
• ThinPrint
• HTTP
• Raw
• SNMP
• IPP over SSL
• HTTPS
IP Filters (IPv6)
• IP Address (IPv6)
Specifies the IP addresses to which access is granted. The number of
addresses that can be specified varies depending on the model used.
• Prefix Length
Specifies the IPv6 prefix length. It can be a decimal value between 0 and 128.
• Protocols
Specifies the protocols through which access is granted. The following
protocols can be selected.
• LPD
• FTP
• IPP
• ThinPrint
• HTTP
• Raw
• SNMP
• IPP over SSL
• HTTPS
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > Logical Printers
This page allows you to configure the Logical Printers. This machine can be
used as a virtual printer for converting ASCII print data to PostScript data or for
adding and/or replacing a character strings (commands) at the beginning or end
of job data. Up to four logical printers can be set.
Each logical printer can be used with either the FTP, LPR, IPP, NetBEUI, or
Raw Port protocol. All printout to a non-existent port will be accomplished to
Logical Printer1.
TCP/IP Port Number
Specifies the port number for the logical printer as well as the TCP raw port
number (9100, etc.). Conversion is applied to data that is input to the
specified raw port in accordance with the selected logical printer. This port is
invalid if it is given a port number that is the same as that of an already
specified port (For example, FTP or LPD).
Bi-directional Printing
On or Off Bi-directional Printing using the TCP/IP raw port. With this setting
Off, all send data are discarded. In order to have the data that is received
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from the printer returned to the client when printing with PostScript, PJL and
other such commands, it is necessary to On bi-directional printing.
Start of Job String
Specifies the character string sent to the printer before output directly to the
output port (lp port). Specifies the character string if it is necessary to
transmit the control code before printing.
End of Job String
Specifies the character string sent to the printer after directly outputting to
the output port (lp port). Specify a character string, if it is necessary, to send
a control code after printing.
Advanced > Protocols > NetWare
This printing system supports both NDS and bindery printing in either print
server mode or remote printer mode.
NetWare setup requires installation of the following client software and login
with Administrator Privileges. If you are unsure, please contact your network
administrator.
With Novell Client, creation of the NetWare print objects with the AdminManager
NetWare Setup Wizard requires the NetWare Client from Novell. For NetWare
printing, you may use the NetWare Client from either Novell or Microsoft.
For Admin Privileges, network operations (creating queues etc.) require 'admin'
or 'supervisor' privileges (or equivalent). Certain portions of AdminManager may
be inoperable if you attempt those operations without sufficient privileges.
NetWare Protocol
Enables or disables the Network Protocol.
Bindery Mode
Enables or disables Bindery Mode.
Frame Type
Sets the Frame type. You can choose from Auto, 802.3, Ethernet-II, SNAP or
802.2.
File Server (Primary)
Enter the name of the primary File Server.
NDS Tree
Enter the name of the NDS Tree.
NDS Context
Enter the NDS Context.
Printer Server Mode
Enables or disables Print Server Mode.
Print Server Name
Enter the Print Server Name.
Queue Polling Interval
Enter the Queue Polling Interval in seconds.
Password (optional)
Enter the Password, if required. Login to NetWare will be sucessful only the
password set here matches the Printer Server password set within the
NetWare utilities.
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Remote Print Mode
Enables or disable Remote Print Mode.
Print Server Name
Enter the name of the printer server that the remote printer belongs to.
Job Timeout
Enter the timeout in seconds.
Advanced > Protocols > IPP
Using IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) or IPP over SSL, you can output to the
printing system over the Internet or an intranet.
IPP
Enables or disables IPP.
IPP Port Number
Sets the port number to be used by IPP. In normal situations, set this port
number to 631, e.g. http://(IP address):631/printers/lp1
IPP over SSL
Enables or disables the IPP over SSL protocol. When this is set to On, SSL
in the secure protocol settings must also be set to On. For details on secure
protocol, see Advanced > Security > Secure Protocols on page 3-51.
IPP over SSL Port Number
Sets the port number to be used by IPP over SSL. In normal situations, set
this port number to 443, e.g. https://(iP address):443/printers/lp1
Advanced > Protocols > ThinPrint
Enabling ThinPrint allows the reception and decompression of compressed print
jobs using the ThinPrint technology within a network. For the implementation,
the system uses a ThinPrint port. The default port is port 4000.
ThinPrint
Enables or disables the ThinPrint protocol.
ThinPrint Port Number
Set the ThinPrint Port Number or use the default port 4000.
ThinPrint over SSL
Enables or disables the ThinPrint over SSL protocol. When this is set to On,
SSL in the secure protocol settings must also be set to On. For details on
secure protocol, Advanced > Security > Secure Protocols on page 3-51.
Advanced > Protocols > AppleTalk
You can print from Macintosh computers using the AppleTalk protocol.
The printing system network component supports Mac OS of various versions
(Web browser on page 1-1) and is compatible with LaserWriter driver version
8.x.
To set up the Ethernet interface to communicate via AppleTalk, enables
AppleTalk protocol operation on the printing system.
AppleTalk
Enables or disables AppleTalk protocol.
Printer Name
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Specifies the name of the printing system in the AppleTalk network.
Zone Name
Specifies the name of the AppleTalk zone (network). An asterisk (*) means
the default zone.
Advanced > Protocols > NetBEUI
Peer-to-peer printing is available using NetBEUI protocol. With this method, the
printing system is located in Windows Network Neighborhood.
NetBEUI Protocol
Enables or disables NetBEUI protocol. If NetBEUI is turned On, name
resolution via NetBIOS (NMB) can be used.
Printer Name
Printer Name correlates with Host Name in the TCP/IP General page (Refer
to Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > General on page 3-35). If you want to
change the NetBEUI printer name, change the TCP/IP Host Name.
Workgroup
Workgroup represents the workgroup which will appear in Entire Network in
Windows Network Neighborhood.
Comment
You can enter comments here. (This can also be left blank.)
Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > General
This machine can send Low Toner and other information via E-mail to the
specified mail address. To use the mail function, configure SMTP (Simple Mail
Transfer Protocol) to connect this machine to an E-mail server.
SMTP Protocol
Enables or disables SMTP protocol. To use E-mail, this protocol must be
enabled.
SMTP Port Number
Set the SMTP Port Number or use the SMTP default port 25.
SMTP Server Name
Enter the SMTP server name or its IP address. If entering the name, rather
than the IP address, a DNS server address must also be configured. The
DNS server address may be entered on the TCP/IP General page (refer to
Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > General on page 3-35).
SMTP Server Timeout
Sets the timeout in seconds during which this machine tries to connect to the
SMTP server.
Authentication Protocol
Enables or disables the SMTP authentication protocol or sets POP before
SMTP as the protocol. The SMTP authentication supports Microsoft
Exchange 2000.
Authenticate as
Specifies the user to be authenticated in SMTP authentication. When POP3
User 1 to 3 (Refer to Advanced > E-mail > POP3 > User # on page 3-43) and
i-FAX User are set, you can select one of them. If you want to select a
different user, select Other and enter the login account name and login
password for authentication.
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Login User Name
When Other is selected for Authenticate as, the account name set here will
be used for SMTP authentication.
Login Password
When Other is selected for Authenticate as, the password set here will be
used for authentication.
POP before SMTP Timeout
Enter the timeout in seconds during which this machine tries to connect to
the SMTP server when set POP before SMTP as the Authentication
Protocol.
Test
Tests to confirm that the settings on this page are correct. When the Test
button is pressed, this machine tries to connect to the SMTP server.
E-mail Size Limit
Enter the maximum size of E-mail that can be sent in Kilobytes. When the
value is 0, the limitation for E-mail size is disabled.
Sender Address
Enter the E-mail address of the person responsible for the printing system,
such as the printer administrator. A reply or non-delivery report will go to a
person rather than to the machine. The sender address must be entered
correctly for SMTP authentication. Note that no mail message can be sent
unless the sender's address is specified.
Signature
Enter the signature. The signature is free form text that will appear at the end
of the E-mail body. It is often used for further identification of the machine.
Domain Restriction
Enter the domain names that can be permitted or rejected. You can also
specify the E-mail addresses.
Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > E-mail Recipient #
This page allows you to set the address for receiving E-mail and contents of
event reports. Up to three recipients can be set.
Recipient # Address
Enter the E-mail address for this recipient. Entering a group address allows
to simultaneously send reports to the recipients.
Subject
Specifies the information to be displayed at Subject. When the following
variable starting with "%" is entered, it is converted to values for information
set on this machine and displayed at Subject.
• %printer = Model
• %serial = Serial Number
• %etheraddr = MAC Address
• %host = Host Name
• %ip = IP Address
Event Report Items
Select the events you want to be reported. These events are:
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• Add Paper
• Low Toner
• Add Toner
• Cover Open
• Paper Jam
• All Other Errors
Event Report Interval
Enter the E-mail interval. An E-mail will be sent at the end of the interval only
when at least one of the selected error conditions has occurred during the
interval. The interval can be set from 1 minute to 10000 minutes.
Scheduled Report Items
Check one or more items from Printer Status, Network Status, and
Counter Status.
Scheduled Report Interval
Select the time or interval for sending the status information.
• None: No report is sent.
• Monthly: Sends on the specified time of specified month.
• Weekly: Sends on the specified time of every week.
• Daily: Sends at the specified time of every day.
• Hourly: Sends at the specified interval every hour.
If a specified day does not exist in the month, such as the 31st, the last day
of the month is used as the specified day.
Run once now
You can test this by clicking the Send button to immediately send a report.
Advanced > E-mail > POP3 > General
To use the E-mail function, you need to connect the printing system to an E-mail
server using the POP3 protocol.
POP3 Protocol
Enables or disables POP3 protocol.
Check Interval
Checks E-mails in POP3 server at specific interval. Specify the interval in the
range from 3 minutes to 60 minutes. The default is 15 minutes.
Run once now
Click the Receive button to immediately receive E-mail from the POP3
server.
Domain Restriction
Enter the domain names that can be permitted or rejected. You can also
specify the E-mail addresses.
Advanced > E-mail > POP3 > User #
This page allows you to set the POP3 user account and information on the
POP3 server. Up to three users can be set.
User Profile #
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Enables or disables this user number.
E-mail Address
Enter the E-mail address.
POP3 Server Name
Enter the POP3 server name or IP address. If you use the server name, you
must first specify the DNS server information. For details, refer to Advanced
> Protocols > TCP/IP > General on page 3-35.
POP3 Port Number
Enter the POP3 port number or use the default port number 110.
POP3 Server Timeout
Enter the timeout in seconds during which this machine tries to connect to
the POP3 server.
Login User Name
Enter the login name of the user.
Login Password
Enter the password for connecting to the user name above.
Use APOP
Enables or disables APOP. To use APOP, make sure that the POP3 server
supports APOP.
Test
This will test one transmission for each press, attempting to establish
communication with the POP3 server.
Delete e-mail after retrieval
Enables or disables the Delete E-mail after retrieval function. When this item
is set to On, the retrieved E-mail is deleted from the POP3 server. When this
item is set to Off, the E-mail will not be deleted after retrieved from the POP3
server.
E-mail size limit
Enter maximum E-mail size in Kilobytes. When the value is 0, the limitation
for E-mail size is disabled.
Cover Page
Specifies whether to print the body of E-mail in addition to the attached files.
When this item is set to On, the attached files and the body of E-mail are
printed. When no attached files exist, only the body of E-mail is printed.
When this item is set to Off, only the attached files are printed. When no
attached files exist, nothing is printed.
Advanced > Management > SNMP > SNMPv1/v2c
The SNMP protocol is used for providing and transferring management
information within the network environment. Should an error occur such as Add
Paper, the printing system automatically generates a trap, an error message
sent to predetermined trap recipients.
The community names are used like passwords.
SNMPv1/v2c
Sets whether to use the SNMPv1/v2c protocol. Set On to use it. After you
have changed the setting, you must restart the printing system.
Read Community
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Enter the community name for SNMP requests to read a value. The default
name is 'public'. After you have changed the setting, you must restart the
printing system.
Write Community
Enter the community name for SNMP requests to write (change) a value.
The default name is 'public'. After you have changed the setting, you must
restart the printing system.
sysContact
The MIB-II sysContact object. Usually this is the E-mail address of the
network administrator.
sysName
The MIB-II sysName object. Usually this is the host or domain name of the
printing system.
sysLocation
The MIB-II sysLocation object. Usually this is the location information of the
printing system.
HP Web Jetadmin Compatibility
Turns HP Web Jetadmin Compatibility On or Off. After you have changed
the setting, you must restart the printing system.
Authentication Traps
Specifies whether to use authentication traps. If enabled (On), an SNMP trap
is generated when an attempt to read or write is made using an incorrect
community name. The trap is sent to the configured trap address. After you
have changed the setting, you must restart the printing system.
Trap Community
The SNMP trap community name to be used when the printing system
generates a trap.
Trap IP Address (IPv4)
Enter the IPv4 address that receives traps. Select On to enable trap
receiving.
Trap IP Address (IPv6)
Enter the IPv6 address that receives traps. Select On to enable trap
receiving.
Trap IPX Address
Enter the IPX address that receives traps. Select On to enable trap
receiving.
Selected Errors
Select the events which will cause a trap to be generated from Add Paper,
Low Toner, Add Toner, Cover Open, Paper Jam, and All Other Errors.
Advanced > Management > SNMP > SNMPv3
The section below provides a summary of the items displayed on the SNMPv3
page. After you have changed the setting, you must restart the printing system.
For details, refer to .
SNMPv3
Sets whether to use the SNMPv3 protocol. Set On to use it.
Authentication
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Sets whether to authenticate the user in SNMP communication.
Hash
Selects the hash algorithm. This item is displayed when the Authentication
is On.
Privacy
Sets whether to encrypt the communicated data in SNMP communication.
This becomes available when Authentication is enabled.
Encryption
Selects the encryption algorithm. This item is displayed when Privacy is On.
User Name
Enter the name of the read-only user.
Password
Enter the password for the read-only user.
User Name
Enter the name of the read/write user.
Password
Enter the password the read/write user.
Advanced > Management > LDAP
The printing system can refer to the address book which is on the LDAP server
as an external address book and assign a FAX number and E-mail address to
the destination.
LDAP
Enables or disables access to the LDAP server.
LDAP Server Name
Specifies a name or IP address for the LDAP server.
LDAP Port Number
Specifies a port number for LDAP or use the LDAP default port 389.
Search Timeout
Specifies a period of time for searching the LDAP server.
Login User Name
Specifies the user name.
Login Password
Specifies the password.
Max Search Results
Specifies a maximum number of displayed results which have been
searched on the LDAP address book. The actual number of results
displayed varies from model to model.
Search Base
Specifies a base object which indicates the starting point in the tree structure
of the database for the LDAP directory searching.
Display Mode
Selects the default display mode from Display from the first name and
Display from the family name.
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LDAP Encryption
Selects the type of encryption according to the type of security employed by
the LDAP server. Select Off when encryption is not used.
• LDAPv3/TLS
Uses explicit mode for data communication. Select this if the server supports
the startTLS command. This uses the same port (389) as LDAP.
• LDAP over SSL
Uses implicit mode for data communication. The server provides services
using the LDAP over SSL port (636). Encryption is applied to any data
communication using this port.
Advanced > Management > Authentication > General
Setting Authentication allows only the predefined users to access pages. In
addition, you can discriminate users by giving either the General User or
Administrator privilege to each user. Before using the authentication function,
you have to define those users. For how to define users, refer to Basic >
Security > User Login on page 3-12.
Authenticate mode
Specifies whether to enable or disable the authentication function. To disable it,
select Off. To enable it, select either of the following.
• Local Authentication
Users are registered in this machine and one-to-one authentication is
performed between this machine and a PC.
• Network Authentication
This machine and relevant PCs need to be under the management of the
Windows domain network. Depending on model, users registered in this
machine must be the same as those registered in the domain controller.
Domain Name
Specifies the domain name of the Windows domain network when Network
Authentication is specified in the preceding item.
Host Name
Specifies the domain controller name of the Windows domain network when
Network Authentication is specified in the preceding item.
Port Number
Use the numeric keypad to type the port number when Server Type is
external.
Server Type
Specifies the authentication method used by the domain controller when
Network Authentication is specified in the preceding item. Select NTLM
when the domain controller is Windows NT or Kerberos for Windows 2000
Server or Windows Server 2003. Select Ext. to set up network authorization
using an external server such as KMnet Account Agency. (The port number
above should be 9093 for KMnet Account Agency.)
Keyboard Login
This determines whether login authentication is allowed via the machine
operation panel or not, despite the IC card authentication is activated (using
the IC card authentication kit installed).
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Note: If the server type is [Kerberos (Win2000/2003)], only domain names
entered in uppercase will be recognized.
When a user sets authentication and accesses COMMAND CENTER, only the
Start page is displayed. The Login button is displayed in the upper left of the
screen. Click it to log in. When the user logs in with an Administrator account,
hidden pages are displayed and can be accessed. When the user logs in with a
General User account, the user can access the user's account page on Basic >
Security > User Login and the user’s settings on the basic page, and the user's
document box and shared document box pages.
Advanced > Management > Authentication > Network User
Property
This allows to obtain user information at authenticating the user over the
network.
Obtain Network User Property
Turned On to obtain user information.
LDAP Server Name
Specifies a name or IP address for the LDAP server.
LDAP Port Number
Specifies a port number for LDAP or use the LDAP default port 389.
Search Timeout
Specifies a period of time for searching the LDAP server.
LDAP Encryption
Selects the type of encryption according to the type of security employed by
the LDAP server. Select Off when encryption is not used.
Name 1 (2)
Specifies the LDAP attribute to obtain a user name for display, from the
LDAP server.
E-mail Address
Specifies the LDAP attribute to obtain an e-mail address from the LDAP
server.
Advanced > Management > Authentication > Group Authorization
Set.
After the network authentication has been established by executing Advanced >
Management > Authentication > General on page 3-47, you can add a group to
specify the Group Information and items for Job Authorization Settings.
Up to 20 group accounts are registerable. By default, a group account (Other)
has been preset. This is used to process any group account which does not fall
within the registered groups.
Group Authorization
Turned On if you want to individually authorize or deauthorize the groups.
Number of Registered Groups
The number of the groups currently registered.
Adding a New Group
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Click Group Authorization Set., open the Group Authorization Set. page.
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2
Click Add and specify group information and Permit or Prohibit.
3
Click Submit.
Editing a Group
1
Click Group Authorization Set., open the Group Authorization Set page.
2
Click the desired Group ID or Group Name to edit the group and modify their
information.
3
Click Submit.
Deleting a Group
1
Click Group Authorization Set., open the Group Authorization Set. page.
2
Check the desired group. When the check box on the left side of Group ID is
selected, all groups displayed on the page will be checked.
3
Click Delete. The Group Authorization Set.-Delete page appears. You can
confirm the groups to delete.
4
Click Delete when the desired groups are selected.
Advanced > Management > IC-Card Settings
This feature is available when an optional IC card reader is installed with the
printing system. This enables reading an IC card (FeliCa®) to login the printing
system.
IC Card Read Type
Selects either IDM or FeliCa® type for the IC card to use.
System Code, Service Code, Number of User Blocks to Use
These items are used when FeliCa is selected in IC Card Read Type. Each
item must be given a specific parameter for the FeliCa IC card to use.
Advanced > Management > Notification/Maintenance >
Maintenance Notification
This feature defines the recipient of maintenance information reports.
Equipment ID
This is the name by which the machine will be identified.
Recipient Address
The E-mail address of the recipient. If there is more than one recipient then
the addresses should be separated by a semicolon ";".
Subject
You can include model name, serial number, MAC address and equipment
ID in the subject line as follows: Enter one of the following conversion strings
starting with %. The string will be converted into a pre-defined string to
display the above information.
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• %printer = Model
• %serial = Serial Number
• %etheraddr = MAC Address
• %equipid = Equipment ID
E-mail Interval
Sets the time or interval for sending the status information. Events will be
reported at the specified interval.
• None: No report is sent.
• Monthly: Sends on the specified time of specified month.
• Weekly: Sends on the specified time of every week.
• Daily: Sends at the specified time of every day.
• Hourly: Sends at the specified interval every hour.
If a specified day does not exist in the month, such as the 31st, the last day
of the month is used as the specified day.
Run once now
You can test this by clicking the Send button to immediately send a report.
Advanced > Management > Maintenance Notification > Sending
Log History
This feature defines the Job Log Notification information reports.
Recipient Address
The E-mail address of the recipient. If there is more than one recipient then
the addresses should be separated by a semicolon ";".
Job Log Subject
You can include model name, serial number, and MAC address in the
subject line as follows: Enter one of the following conversion strings starting
with %. The string will be converted into a pre-defined string to display the
above information.
• %printer = Model
• %serial = Serial Number
• %etheraddr = MAC Address
SSFC Job Log Subject
Defines the Job Log Notification information reports only when you log in by
using a SSFC-format IC card. You can include the same information as
above. (This menu available when an optional IC-card reader is installed
with the printing system.)
Auto Sending
Determines whether the job log report is sent or not. Set this to On to send
the report.
Jobs
Set the number of job logs for sending, from 1 to 1500.
Run once now
You can test this by clicking the Send button to immediately send a report.
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Advanced > Security > Secure Protocols
You can encrypt communication between a PC and this machine using SSL
encryption. For the changes made in the following to take effect, restart the
machine as described in Basic > Defaults > Reset on page 3-6.
SSL
Specifies whether or not to use the SSL protocol.
Serverside Settings
• Effective Encryption
Selects the encryption algorithm(s) to be used.
• HTTP Security
Specifies the security level.
• Secure Only (HTTPS)
Encrypts all communication. Access is possible only with a URL that
begins with "https://." Access attempts using an ordinary http:// URL are
automatically redirected to the URL where "http://" is replaced with
"https://."
• Not Secure (HTTPS & HTTP)
Enables access for both encrypted and unencrypted communication.
Access is possible with https:// and http:// URLs. The former URL
establishes encrypted communication and the latter establishes normal
communication.
IPP Security
Specifies the security level.
• Secure Only (IPP over SSL)
Encrypts all communications.
• Not Secure (IPP over SSL&IPP)
Enables access for both encrypted and unencrypted communications.
Clientside Settings
• Effective Encryption
Allow you to specify the encryption algorithm for data communication. You
can use more than one algorithms at a time.
• Certificate Verification
When set On, verify the expiration of the server certificate at communication.
If found expired, communication will fail. When set Off, the expiration will not
be verified.
Note: When the SSL is set to On and HTTP Security is set to Secure
(HTTPS), the document boxes cannot be accessed by the TWAIN driver.
Advanced > Security > IEEE802.1x
The IEEE802.1x security protocol allows the user to login to the secured
networks based on the client certificates.
IEEE802.1x
Specifies whether or not to use the IEEE802.1x protocol.
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Authentication Type
Selects either EAP-TLS or PEAP (EAP-MS-CHAPv2) for the authentication
type.
Login User Name
Enter the name of the user who accesses the printing system. The
IEEE802.1x client certificate of this user must be valid.
Login Password
You can set a PEAP-based password. (This setting is valid when PEAP
[EAP-MS-CHAPv2] authentication type is selected.)
Common Name
Specifies the common name of the server certificate if the server is required
to be authenticated. (This setting is valid when PEAP [EAP-MS-CHAPv2]
authentication type is selected.)
Match Rule of Common Name
When the server certificate is verified, the common name specified under
Common Name is compared with the common name on the server
certificate. This item allows you to specify whether the common names are
considered to be matched if they exactly or partially match. (This setting is
valid when PEAP [EAP-MS-CHAPv2] authentication type is selected.)
Expiration Verification
When this option is enabled, the expiration of the server certificate is verified
at communicating. If the server certificate is found expired, communication
will fail. When it is disabled, the expiration will not be verified.
Certificate Status
Displays whether the certificate is active or not.
Advanced > Security > IPSec > General
This section allows you to set access restrictions for IPSec protocol-based
communication.
IPSec
Specifies whether or not to enable the IPSec protocol. Select On to enable
the IPSec protocol. Select Off to disable it.
Restriction
Specifies the default policy for non-IPSec packets. Select Allow to allow
communication with all hosts and networks including those not permitted by
the rules described under Advanced > Security > IPSec > Rule1 (to Rule3)
on page 3-53. Select Deny to allow communication only with the hosts and
networks permitted by the rules.
Authentication Type
Specifies the authentication type used for IKE phase1. To set a character
string as the shared key and use it for communication, select Pre-shared
and enter the string of the pre-shared key in the text box. To use a
CA-issued device certificate or root certificate, select Certificates. When
Expiration Verification is enabled, the expiration of the server certificate is
verified at communicating. If the server certificate is found expired,
communication will fail. When it is disabled, the expiration will not be verified.
When you select Certificates, the contents of the CA certificate and root 1 to
3 certificates are displayed if they are enabled. When you click the CA or
Root button, you can view, import or delete CA-issued or root certificates.
Rule1 (to Rule3)
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Shows whether the set rule is enabled or disabled. To enable or disable the
rule, refer to Advanced > Security > IPSec > Rule1 (to Rule3) on page 3-53.
Advanced > Security > IPSec > Rule1 (to Rule3)
These pages allow you to select or edit rules to use for IPSec protocol-based
communication.
Rule
Specifies whether or not to enable the selected IPSec policy rule. Select On
to enable the rule. Select Off to disable it.
Key Exchange (IKE phase1)
When using IKE phase1, a secure connection with the other end is
established by generating ISAKMP SAs. Configure the following items so
that they meet the requirement of the other end.
• Mode
Main Mode protects identifications but requires more messages to be
exchanged with the other end. Aggressive Mode requires fewer messages
to be exchanged with the other end than Main Mode but restricts
identification protection and narrows the extent of the parameter negotiations.
When Aggressive Mode is selected and Preshared is selected for
Authentication Type, only host addresses can be specified for IP addresses
of the rule.
• Hash
Selects the hash algorithm.
• Encryption
Selects the encryption algorithm.
• Diffie-Hellman Group
The Diffie-Hellman key-sharing algorithm allows two hosts on an unsecured
network to share a private key securely. Select the Diffie-Hellman group to
use for key sharing.
• Lifetime (Time)
Specifies the lifetime of an ISAKMP SA in seconds.
Data Protection (IKE phase2)
In IKE phase2, IPSec SAs such as AH or ESP are established by using SAs
established in IKE phase1. Configure the following items so that they meet
the requirement of the other end.
• Protocol
Select ESP or AH for the protocol. ESP protects the privacy and integrity of
the packet contents. Select the hash algorithm and encryption algorithm
below. AH protects the integrity of the packet contents using encryption
checksum. Select the hash algorithm below.
• Hash
Selects the hash algorithm.
• Encryption
Selects the encryption algorithm. (When ESP is selected under Protocol.)
• PFS
When PFS is set to On (enabled), even if a key is decrypted, the decrypted
key cannot be used to decrypt the other keys generated after the decryption.
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This improves the safety, but imposes a heavy burden because of more
key-generation processes.
• Diffie-Hellman Group
The Diffie-Hellman key-sharing algorithm allows two hosts on an unsecured
network to share a private key securely. Select the Diffie-Hellman group to
use for key sharing.
• Lifetime Measurement
Specifies whether the lifetime is measured by time or by time and data size.
• Lifetime (Time)/Lifetime (Data Size)
Specifies the lifetime of an IPSec SA. Lifetime Measurement allows you to
select whether to use time or data size to specify the lifetime. When you
select Time & Data Size, an SA is disabled and updated when either the time
or data size of the SA exceeds the specified value.
• IP Version
Specifies the IP version of the other end. Select IPv4 or IPv6.
• IP Address (IPv4)
Specifies the IPv4 addresses of the hosts or network with which the print
system is connecting via IPSec. When you are restricting the scope of IPSec,
be sure to specify the IP addresses. If this field is blank, all IPv4 addresses
will be allowed to connect the print system.
• IP Address (IPv6)
Specifies the IPv6 addresses of the hosts or network with which the print
system is connecting via IPSec. When you are restricting the scope of IPSec,
be sure to specify the IP addresses. If this field is blank, all IPv6 addresses
will be allowed to connect the print system.
• Subnet Mask
When IPv4 is selected for IP Version, this specifies the subnet mask of the
hosts or network with which the print system is connecting via IPSec. If this
field is blank, the specified addresses are considered to be host addresses.
• Prefix Length
When IPv6 is selected for IP Version, this specifies the prefix length of the
hosts or network with which the print system is connecting via IPSec. If this
field is blank, the specified addresses are considered to be host addresses.
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4 Troubleshooting
Consult the table below to find basic solutions for problems you may encounter
with COMMAND CENTER.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Check Items
Corrective Action
Reference
I can’t access
COMMAND
CENTER.
Is the power turned on to this
machine?
Turn the power on to this
machine, wait until it is a
ready state, and try to access
COMMAND CENTER.
Operation Guide
Is the network cable properly
connected?
Connect the network cable
properly.
Operation Guide
Are the network settings that
are made in this machine
correct?
Perform the network settings
from the operation panel.
Contact your network
administrator for the
appropriate settings.
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Is the IP address for this
machine entered correctly?
Enter the correct IP address.
Check this machine IP
address with your network
administrator.
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Are the LAN settings that are
made in Web browser
correct?
Check the settings made in
Web browser. Refer to the
Help function in your browser.
Has the administrator set up
an IP Filter function?
Access COMMAND CENTER Advanced >
from an approved IP address. Protocols > TCP/IP
> IP Filters on page
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Is HTTP Security on the
Advanced > Security >
Secure Protocol page set to
Secure (HTTPS)?
When HTTP Security is set to
Secure (HTTPS), specify a
URL that begins with https://.
You cannot access
COMMAND CENTER with an
http:// URL.
Advanced >
Security > Secure
Protocols on page
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Does the version of your
browser application support
operation using COMMAND
CENTER?
Use a browser application
that supports COMMAND
CENTER.
Web browser on
page 1-1
Does the version of your
browser application support
operation using COMMAND
CENTER?
Use a browser application
that supports COMMAND
CENTER.
Web browser on
page 1-1
Characters do not
display properly in
COMMAND
CENTER.
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Troubleshooting
Is the same language as that
displayed on the operation
panel selected?
Select the same language as
that displayed on the
operation panel.
Basic > Defaults >
Device Defaults on
page 3-7
I can’t access the
other pages.
Has the administrator set a
password?
Enter the password.
Basic > Security >
Account Settings
on page 3-10
I can’t perform
settings.
Is the printer or scanner
currently in operation?
Wait until the operation has
been completed.
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The settings I
made are not
registered.
Did you click the Submit
button after making the
settings?
Click the Submit button and
move to another page or
close COMMAND CENTER
window.
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Did you click the Restart
button after making the
settings?
Restart this machine. All
settings will be registered.
Basic > Defaults >
Reset on page 3-6
Are you using the System
menu on this machine's panel
while COMMAND CENTER is
being operated?
Operate COMMAND
CENTER after you have
finished with the System
menu.
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-
Contact your dealer or service center.
The administrator
has forgotten the
Admin password.
Error or Warning is Is there an error message
displayed under the shown in the display?
STATUS indicator.
COMMAND CENTER
Perform the troubleshooting
procedure the messages
suggests referring to the
Operation Guide.
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