Quick Start Guide
This guide supports the following models:
MB441, MB451, MB451w, MB461, MB461+LP, MB471
MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4161 MFP
ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb
PREFACE
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is complete, accurate,
and up-to-date. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for the result of errors beyond its
control. The manufacturer also cannot guarantee that changes in software and equipment made by
other manufacturers and referred to in this manual will not affect the applicability of the information
in it. Mention of software products manufactured by other companies does not necessarily constitute
endorsement by the manufacturer.
While all reasonable efforts have been made to make this document as accurate and helpful as
possible, we make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness
of the information contained herein.
All rights reserved by Oki Data Corporation. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form
or by any means without prior written permission from Oki Data Corporation.
© 2011 Oki Data Corporation
OKI is a registered trademark of Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.
Energy Star is a trademark of the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista and Internet Explorer are registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation.
Apple, Macintosh, Mac and Mac OS are the registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Other product names and brand names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their proprietors.
As an Energy Star Program Participant, the manufacturer has determined that this product meets the
Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.
This product complies with the requirements of the Council Directives 2004/108/EC (EMC), 2006/95/
EC (LVD), 1999/5/EC (R&TTE), 2009/125/EC (ErP) and 2011/65/EU(RoHS), as amended where
applicable, on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to Electromagnetic
Compatibility, Low Voltage, Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment, Energy related
Products and Restriction on the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic
equipment.
The following cables were used to evaluate this product for EMC directive
2004/108/EC compliance, and configurations other than this may affect that compliance.
LENGTH
(METER)
CORE
Power
1.8
8
8
USB
5.0
8
4
LAN
15.0
8
8
3.0
8
8
CABLE TYPE
Telephone
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SHIELD
EMERGENCY FIRST AID
Exercise care in the handling and use of toner powder:
If swallowed, give small amounts of cold water and seek medical attention. DO NOT attempt
to induce vomiting.
If inhaled, move the person to an open area for fresh air. Seek medical attention.
If it comes into contact with the eyes, flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes keeping eyelids open. Seek medical attention.
Spills on clothing or exposed skin should be washed with cold water and soap to help reduce
risk of staining.
MANUFACTURER
Oki Data Corporation,
4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 108-8551,
Japan
For all sales, support and general enquiries contact your local distributor.
IMPORTER TO THE EU/AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE
OKI Europe Limited (trading as OKI Printing Solutions)
Blays House
Wick Road
Egham
Surrey, TW20 0HJ
United Kingdom
For all sales, support and general enquiries contact your local distributor.
ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
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●●
For Your Safety
Read the Quick Start Guide (this guide) and User’s Manual (Basic) for your safety before using the
product.
Cautions related to safety
WARNING
Indicates the presence of a hazard for which not following the instructions noted may result
in serious injury or death.
CAUTION
Indicates the presence of a hazard for which not following the instructions noted may result
in injury.
General cautions
WARNING
Do not touch the safety
switch inside the machine.
Doing so may cause electric
shock due to high voltage.
In addition, gears can rotate,
which may result in personal
injury.
Do not use inflammable
sprays near the machine.
Doing so may result in
fire due to heat within the
machine.
Remove the power plug from
the socket and contact a
customer’s service center if
a liquid such as water comes
into contact with the internal
parts of the machine. Failure
to do so may cause fire.
Remove the power cord
and contact a customer’s
service center if the machine
is dropped or the cover is
damaged.
Failure to do so may cause
electric shock and/or fire
leading to injury.
Remove the power plug
from the socket and remove
foreign material such as
clips if they fall inside the
machine. Failure to do so
may cause electric shock
and/or fire leading to injury.
Remove the power cord
periodically to clean the
plug blades and root section
between the blades.
If the power plug remains
inserted for a long period of
time, the root section will
become dusty resulting in a
short which may cause fire.
Do not place containers with
liquids such as water on the
machine.Doing so may cause
electric shock and/or fire
resulting in injury.
Do not use power cords,
cables, or ground wires other
than those that are indicated
in the User’s Manual.
Doing so may cause fire.
Do not insert materials into a
vent holes.
Doing so may cause electric
shock and/or fire resulting in
injury.
Do not throw toner or image
drum cartridges into fire.
Doing so may cause dust
explosion leading to burns.
If the machine casing gets
extremely hot or if smoke,
unusual odour or abnormal
noises are emitted from the
machine, there is a risk of
fire. Switch off and unplug
the mains connector and
contact your dealer.
Do not operate and do not
disassemble the machine
other than as directed in the
User’s Manual.
Doing so may cause electric
shock and/or fire leading to
injury.
Do not clean spilled toner
with a vacuum cleaner.
Doing so may result in fire
due to the sparks from
electric contact.
Toner spilled on the floor
should be wiped off with a
wet cloth.
Do not touch the fuser and
other parts when opening the
cover of the machine.
Doing so may cause burns.
The operation of UPS
(uninterruptible power
source) or inverters is not
guaranteed. Do not use
uninterruptible power source
or inverters.
Doing so may cause fire.
CAUTION
Do not come closer to the paper’s exit area when
the power is turned on, while printing.
Doing so may result in personal injury.
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Do not touch the liquid-crystal display if
damaged. If liquid (liquid crystal) leaked from
the liquid-crystal display comes into contact with
the eyes or mouth, flush with a large amount of
water. Seek medical attention if necessary.
Table of Contents
PREFACE.................................................................................................2
EMERGENCY FIRST AID............................................................................3
MANUFACTURER......................................................................................3
IMPORTER TO THE EU/AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE.................................3
ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION................................................................3
For Your Safety........................................................................................4
About This Guide.....................................................................................8
1 Machine Setup.................................................................... 10
Names of Components............................................................................ 10
Machine.................................................................................................................. 10
Operator Panel........................................................................................................ 12
Installing Your Machine........................................................................... 13
Installation Requirements......................................................................................... 13
Installation Environment..................................................................................................... 13
Installation Space.............................................................................................................. 13
Wireless LAN Environment (MB451w, MB471w only)..................................................... 14
Precautions for use in a wireless LAN environment.................................................................. 14
Terminology...................................................................................................................... 14
Unpacking and Installing Your Machine....................................................................... 15
Available Options..................................................................................................... 17
Turning Your Machine On and Off............................................................................... 18
Power Supply Conditions..................................................................................................... 18
Turning On Your Machine..................................................................................................... 19
Turning Off Your Machine..................................................................................................... 19
Loading Paper......................................................................................................... 20
Step 1 Loading Paper into Tray 1.......................................................................................... 20
Step 2 Configuring the Settings for Tray 1............................................................................. 21
Printing Configuration............................................................................. 22
Printing Procedure................................................................................................... 22
2Copying.............................................................................. 23
Starting a Copy Job.................................................................................................. 23
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Table of Contents
3Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+,
MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only).... 25
Initial Setup for Faxing........................................................................... 26
Step 1 Setting Country Code..................................................................................... 26
Step 2 Connecting a Telephone Line........................................................................... 27
Connecting to a Public Line (Connecting for Fax Only)............................................................. 27
Connecting to a Public Line (Connecting for Fax and Telephone)............................................... 28
Connecting to an ADSL Environment..................................................................................... 29
Connecting to an IP Telephone............................................................................................. 29
Connecting to a CS Tuner or Digital Television........................................................................ 30
Connecting to a PBX, Home Telephone or Business Phone........................................................ 30
Connecting as an Internal Telephone..................................................................................... 31
Step 3 Configuring Basic Settings............................................................................... 31
Step 3-1 Settings for Each Dialing Type................................................................................. 31
Step 3-2 Setup of Date/Time............................................................................................... 32
Step 3-3 Specifying Sender Information................................................................................ 33
Step 3-4 PBX Connecting.................................................................................................... 35
Step 3-5 Setting for Super G3.............................................................................................. 36
Step 3-6 Specifying Reception Mode..................................................................................... 37
Faxing.................................................................................................. 38
Procedure for Fax..................................................................................................... 38
Receiving a Fax....................................................................................................... 40
Reception Behavior............................................................................................................. 40
Printing Received Faxes....................................................................................................... 40
Faxing from a Computer (For Windows).................................................... 41
Installing a Fax Driver.............................................................................................. 41
Procedure for Fax from a Computer............................................................................ 50
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Table of Contents
4Scanning............................................................................. 51
Scanning to E-mail................................................................................. 51
Initial Setup for Scan to E-mail.................................................................................. 51
Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of Your Machine........................................................ 51
Step 2 Configuring the E-mail Settings of Your Machine........................................................... 56
Procedure of Scan to E-mail...................................................................................... 59
Scanning to Network PC.......................................................................... 61
Initial Setup for Scan to Network PC........................................................................... 61
Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of Your Machine........................................................ 61
Step 2 Setting Up Your Computer and Machine for Scan to Network PC..................................... 65
Procedure for Scan to Network PC.............................................................................. 76
Scanning to Local PC.............................................................................. 77
Initial Setup for Scan to Local PC............................................................................... 77
For Windows...................................................................................................................... 77
For Mac OS X..................................................................................................................... 90
Procedure for Scan to Local PC.................................................................................. 97
5 Printing............................................................................ 101
Printing from a Computer...................................................................... 101
Installing a Printer Driver.........................................................................................101
For Windows.................................................................................................................... 101
For Mac OS X................................................................................................................... 110
Starting a Print Job.................................................................................................122
For Windows PCL/PCL XPS Printer Driver............................................................................. 122
For Windows PS Printer Driver........................................................................................... 123
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver.......................................................................................... 124
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver......................................................................................... 124
Index..................................................................................... 126
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●●
About This Guide
Terms in this document
The following terms are used in this guide:
Note
●● Indicates important information on operations. Please ensure you read these.
Memo
●● Indicates additional information on operations. It is recommended that this be read.
Reference
●● Indicates where to look when you require more detailed or related information.
WARNING
●● Indicates the presence of a hazard for which not following the instructions noted may result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION
●● Indicates the presence of a hazard for which not following the instructions noted may result in injury.
Symbols in this document
The following symbols are used in this guide:
Symbols
[]
"
<
>
"
> key
Description
●● Indicates menu names on the display screen.
●● Indicates menu, window, dialog box names on the computer.
●● Indicates part names of the machine or supplied parts.
●● Indicates file names on the computer.
●● Indicates reference titles.
Indicates a hardware key on the operator panel or a key on the keyboard of the computer.
●● Indicates how to get to the menu you want on the menu of the machine or the computer.
●● Indicates how to get to the section where the related information is described.
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Notation used in this guide
The following notations may be used in this manual.
●● PostScript3 Emulation → PSE, POSTSCRIPT3 Emulation, POSTSCRIPT3 EMULATION
●● Microsoft® Windows® 8 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows 8 (64bit version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows Server 2012
●● Microsoft® Windows® 7 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows 7 (64bit version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows Vista® 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows Vista (64bit version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows Server 2008 *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows Server 2008 (64bit
version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows® XP x64 Edition operating system → Windows XP (x64 version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 x64 Edition operating system → Windows Server 2003 (x64
version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 8 operating system → Windows 8 *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system → Windows 7 *
●● Microsoft® Windows Vista® operating system → Windows Vista *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 operating system → Windows Server 2008 *
●● Microsoft® Windows® XP operating system → Windows XP *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 operating system → Windows Server 2003 *
●● Generic name for Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server
2008, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 → Windows
●● Web Services on Devices → WSD
* I f there is no special description, 64bit version is included in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows
Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. (64bit version and Windows
Server 2008 R2 is included in Windows Server 2008.)
If there is no special description, Windows 7 is used as Windows, Mac OS X 10.7 is used as Mac OS X,
and MB491 is used as the machine for examples in this document.
The descriptions in this document may be different depending on your OS or model.
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1
1 Machine Setup
Machine Setup
This chapter explains the initial setup for the machine, including the names of the machine
components, how to unpack and install the machine, how to turn on/off the machine, and how to load
paper into tray 1.
●●
Names of Components
This section shows the names of the components of the machine and operator panel.
Machine
The following shows the names of the machine
components.
13
7
8
6
9
10
5
11
No.
Name
13
Document glass
12
4
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
3
2 1
Name
Top cover
Power switch
Tray 1
Manual Feeder (for MB441/MB461/MB461+LP/
ES4161 MFP only)
Multipurpose (MP) tray (for MB451/MB451w/
MB471/MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/
ES4191 MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb only)
Top cover open button
Operator panel
Auto document feeder (ADF) cover
Document tray
Scanner unit
Document glass cover
Air vents
USB port
14
15
16
17
No.
14
15
16
17
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Name
Fuser unit
Starter toner cartridge
Image drum
LED head
Names of Components
1
Machine Setup
LINE TEL
21
22
18
19
20
No.
18
19
20
21
22
Name
Faceup stacker
AC power socket
Air vents
LINE connection (for MB451/MB451w/MB471/
MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191
MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb only)
TEL connection (for MB451/MB451w/MB471/
MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191
MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb only)
23
24
25
No.
23
24
25
Name
Network interface connection
USB interface connection
SD memory card slot
(for MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191 MFP/
MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb only)
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Names of Components
1
Operator Panel
The following shows the names of the components of the operator panel.
Machine Setup
Reference
●● For the details on the functions of each component, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Operator Panel”.
22
2
1
16 11
6
7
8 9
10
21
20
19
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
13
15
12
14
17
3
4
5
18
Name
Display screen
Main function keys
<COPY> key
<SCAN> key
<PRINT> key
<FAX/HOOK> key
(for MB451/MB451w/MB471/MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191 MFP/MPS4200mb/
MPS4700mb)
<START (MONO)> key
<START (COLOR)> key
<STOP> key
<STATUS> key
<SETTING> key
<REDIAL/?HELP> key
(for MB451/MB451w/MB471/MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191 MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb)
<?HELP> key
(for MB441/MB461/MB461+LP/ES4161 MFP)
<RESET/LOG OUT> key
Ten-key pad
<UP> key
<DOWN> key
<LEFT> key
<RIGHT> key
<OK> key
<BACK> key
<CLEAR> key
<POWER SAVE> key
<DATA IN MEMORY> indicator
(for MB451/MB451w/MB471/MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191 MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb)
One-Touch key pad
<JOB MACRO> key
(for MB471/MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191 MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb)
Qwerty keyboard
(for MB471/MB471w/MB491/MB491+/MB491+LP/ES4191 MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb)
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Installing Your Machine
●●
Installing Your Machine
1
This section explains how to unpack and install the machine.
Installation Space
This section explains the required environment
and space for machine installation.
Install your machine on a flat surface that is
wide enough to accommodate the machine.
Installation Environment
Allow for enough room around your machine
according to the images below.
Your machine must be installed in the following
environment:
●● Top view
(193cm)
20cm
Temperature:
Humidity:
Maximum wet bulb
temperature:
10°C~32°C
20%~80% RH (relative
humidity)
*
25°C
50cm
100cm
20cm
Note
●● Be careful of condensation. It may cause a malfunction.
●● If installing your machine where the relative humidity of
the surrounding air is less than 30%, use a humidifier or
antistatic mat.
*M
B461+LP/MB491+LP/MPS4700mb: 89cm
Other: 83cm
●● Side view
WARNING
50cm
●● Do not place in hot locations or near fire.
●● Do not install in locations where chemical
reactions take place (laboratory etc.).
●● Do not place in locations near flammable solutions
such as alcohol and thinner.
●● Do not place in locations within reach of small
children.
●● Do not install in unstable locations (wobbly stand,
angled place, etc.).
●● Do not install in locations with high humidity or
dust and where exposed to direct sunlight.
●● Do not install in an environment exposed to briny
air and corrosive gas.
●● Do not install in locationss with much vibration.
●● Do not install in locations where the ventilation
holes of the machine are blocked.
(96cm)
CAUTION
●● Do not place directly on a rug or carpet with long
strands.
●● Do not install in a closed room with poor
ventilation or circulation.
●● If you use the machine in a small room for a long
time, please make sure that you ventilate the
room.
●● Install away from strong magnetic fields and
sources of noise.
●● Install away from monitors or TVs.
●● When moving the machine, hold it on both sides,
and move it by slightly tilting the back down.
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Machine Setup
Installation Requirements
Installing Your Machine
1
Machine Setup
●● Infrastructure mode
This mode communicates through the wireless
access point. This product does not support
the ad-hoc mode in which communication is
performed directly with the computer.
Wireless LAN Environment
(MB451w, MB471w only)
This product connects wirelessly to a wireless
access point, and can then be used on the
network.
MFP
Wireless access point
PC
Precautions for use in a wireless
LAN environment
●● This product cannot connect to a wired LAN
and wireless LAN at the same time. Please
remove the network cable from the device
while using a wireless LAN.
●● Check the wireless access point settings
before configuring the SSID and security
settings. This product cannot connect to the
LAN if the settings are wrong.
●● This product supports infrastructure mode.
Ad-hoc mode is not supported.
Terminology
●● SSID
An ID used to identify the connection destination
network. Wireless communication can be used
by setting this product with the SSID of the
connection destination wireless access point.
●● Security Settings
When using a wireless LAN, security settings
can be configured to prevent the transmitted
information from being intercepted or illegal
access to the network. The security settings
need to be configured to the same settings as
the wireless access point.
●● WPS
A wireless LAN setting method provided
by Wi-Fi Alliance, a wireless LAN industry
group. There are two available methods, a
push button method and PIN code method,
and in the push button method the wireless
LAN settings can easily be configured simply
by pressing a [WPS] button on the wireless
access point. In the PIN code method, the
wireless LAN settings can easily be configured
by registering the 8-digit number assigned to
this product to the wireless access point.
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Installing Your Machine
3 Remove the protection tapes (2) at the
Unpacking and Installing Your
Machine
top and sides of your machine, and take
out cushioning materials (3).
2
Note
●● The image drum is very delicate. Handle it carefully.
●● Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or very
bright interior light (approximately more than 1500lux).
Even under the normal interior light, do not leave it for
more than 5 minutes.
3
●● Packaging and cushioning material are needed if
transporting the machine. Do not throw them away.
1 Remove your machine from the box and
2
remove cushioning materials and the
plastic bag from your machine.
The accessories (an AC cord, Telephone cable and
the “Software DVD-ROM”) are packed within the
cushioning material (1).
4 Remove the protection tapes (4), and
open the MP tray.
Note
●● Telephone cable is not supplied in some countries.
4
5 Remove the protection tape (5), and pull
the paper up.
1
2
Lift your machine and place it where it is
to be installed.
5
Note
●● Do not open the scanner unit till step 9 is completed.
6 Close the MP tray.
7 Open the document glass cover.
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Machine Setup
This section explains how to unpack and install
the machine.
1
Installing Your Machine
1
8 Remove the protection tapes (6).
12 Lift the image drum from the machine.
Open the ADF and remove the protection tapes.
Machine Setup
6
Note
●● Do not expose image drum to light for more than 5
minutes.
9 Close the document glass cover.
●● Do not touch shiny green surface at the bottom of
image drum.
Now, you can open or close the scanner.
10 Open the scanner unit.
13 Remove the desiccant before installation.
14 Reinstall image drum in the machine:
lower it into place in the machine
inserting the pegs (8) at each end into
their slots in the sides of the machine
cavity (9).
11 Press the top cover open button (7) and
open the top cover.
8
8
7
9
9
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Installing Your Machine
15 Turn the lever in the direction shown
Available Options
below.
●● Second tray unit (the tray 2)
Note
●● Second tray unit is only available on MB461, MB461+LP,
MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4161
MFP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb.
Reference
●● For details on how to install the option, refer to the User’s
Manual (Basic) > “1. Setup”> “Installing Options”.
Note
●● The arrow on the lever should align with the arrow
on the image drum.
●● When the toner cartridge is not fully fixed, a decline
in print quality may occur.
16 Close the top cover.
17 Close the scanner unit.
Reference
●● Please refer to “Loading Paper” P.20 for information on
how to load paper into the machine.
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Machine Setup
The following option is available for your
machine:
1
Installing Your Machine
1
Turning Your Machine On and
Off
WARNING
Machine Setup
This section explains how to turn the machine on
and off.
Power Supply Conditions
The power supply must meet the following
conditions:
Current:
Frequency:
110 - 127VAC
(Range 99 - 140 VAC)
220 - 240VAC
(Range 198 - 264VAC)
50/60 Hz ± 2%
Note
●● If the power supply is unstable, use a voltage regulator.
●● The maximum power consumption of this machine is
950W. Ensure that the power supply is sufficient to
operate this machine.
●● We do not guarantee the operation where an
uninterruptible power system (UPS) or inverter is used.
Do not use an uninterruptible power system (UPS) or
inverter.
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There is a risk of electric
shock and/or fire.
●● Be sure to turn off the power switch when
attaching or removing the AC cable and earth
wire.
●● Be sure to connect the earth wire to a dedicated
grounding terminal.
●● Never connect the earth wire to a water pipe, gas
pipe, telephone line earth, lightning rod or the
like.
●● Make sure to connect the earth wire before
connecting the AC cable to the electric socket.
●● Be sure to plug in and unplug the AC cable while
holding on to the power supply plug.
●● Insert the power supply plug deep into the wall
socket securely.
●● Do not insert or remove the power supply plug
with a wet hand.
●● Install the power cord in a place where it will not
be stepped on, and do not place anything on the
power cord.
●● Do not tie the cord in a bundle.
●● Do not use the power cord if damaged.
●● Do not use multi-outlet adapters.
●● Do not connect this machine and other electric
items to the same wall socket. If connected
simultaneously with an air-conditioner unit, a
copy machine, shredder, etc., electric noise may
interfere with machine operation. If connection
to the same wall socket as another item is
unavoidable, please use a commercial noise filter
or a commercial noise cut transformer.
●● Use the attached power cord and insert it directly
with the ground terminal. Do not use power cords
for other products for the machine.
●● Do not use an extension cord. When use of an
extension cord is unavoidable, use a cord rated
15A or higher.
●● Use of an extension cord may cause the machine
to operate at lower than normal capacity due to
AC voltage descent.
●● During printing, do not shut off the power supply
or remove the power supply plug.
●● When not in use for extended periods
(consecutive holidays or extended travel), remove
the power cord from the socket.
●● Do not use the attached power cord for other
products.
Installing Your Machine
Turning On Your Machine
Turning Off Your Machine
1 Plug the AC cord into the AC power
1 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second.
The message [Shutdown in progress. Please
wait. The machine turns off automatically.]
will appear in the operator panel, and power
switch indicator will blink every 1 second. The
machine then turns off automatically and the
power switch indicator extinguishes.
2 Plug the AC cord into the electric socket.
3 Check that no documents are on the
document glass or ADF, and that the
ADF cover is closed.
4 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn the
power on.
Note
●● Wait a few seconds after turning the power on or off
before turning the power on or off again.
Reference
●● Your machine has a power save mode and sleep mode,
and an auto power off function. For details, refer to the
User’s Manual (Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Installing Your
Machine” > “Turning On and Off Your Machine” > “Power
Save Mode and Sleep Mode” / “Auto Power Off”.
The copy standby screen is displayed after your
machine attains ready status.
Note
●● Wait a few seconds after turning the power on or off
before turning the power on or off again.
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Machine Setup
socket of your machine.
1
Installing Your Machine
1
Loading Paper
Machine Setup
Your machine has two built-in trays (tray 1 and MP tray) (MB441/MB461/MB461+LP/ES4161 MFP is a
Manual Feeder) and an optional tray (tray 2).
The Optional tray (Tray2) is only available on MB461, MB461+LP, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+,
MB491+LP, ES4161 MFP, and ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb.
This section explains the supported paper and capacity of tray 1 and how to load paper into the tray 1.
After you load paper, you need to register the loaded paper on your machine.
To complete the loading procedures, follow the 2 steps below:
●● “Step 1 Loading Paper into Tray 1” P.20
●● “Step 2 Configuring the Settings for Tray 1” P.21
„„ Tray 1 Specification
Supported paper size
●● A4
●● A5*
●● B5
●● A6*
●● Letter
●● Legal 13
●● Legal 13.5
●● Legal 14
●● Executive
●● Statement*
●● 16K (184 x 260 mm)
●● 16K (195 x 270 mm)
●● 16K (197 x 273 mm)
●● Custom
Paper capacity
Paper weight
250 sheets
●● Light
(when paper weight is 80 g/m2)
60 to 63 g/m2 (16 to 17 lb)
●● Medium Light
64 to 74 g/m2 (18 to 19 lb)
●● Medium
75 to 87 g/m2 (20 to 23 lb)
●● Medium Heavy
88 to 104 g/m2 (24 to 27 lb)
●● Heavy
105 to 122 g/m2 (28 to 32 lb)
Note
●● Duplex printing cannot be performed on paper marked with “*”.
Reference
●● For the specifications and how to load paper in tray 2 (optional), MP tray, and manual feeder, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” > “Paper” > “Loading Paper”.
Step 1 Loading Paper into Tray 1
2 Slide the paper guide (1) to the width of
the paper to be loaded.
1 Pull out tray 1.
1
Note
●● The paper size selection screen will be displayed
when you pull out the Tray.
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Installing Your Machine
3 Slide the paper stopper (2) to the length
of the paper to be loaded.
Step 2 Configuring the Settings for
Tray 1
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator panel.
4 Flex paper back and forth, and then fan
it. Straighten the edges of the paper
stack on a level surface.
2 Press the
to select [Paper Setup] and
then press .
OK
5 Load paper with the print side face
down.
Note
●● Do not load paper above the fill line (3).
3 Check that [Tray 1] is selected and then
press
OK
.
4 Check that [Paper Size] is selected and
then press
OK
.
5 Press the
to select the size of the
loaded paper and then press OK .
Reference
[▼▼▼]
6 Push tray 1 until it stops.
●● If [Custom] is selected for [Paper Size], you need
to register the custom size. For how to register the
custom size, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “1.
Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” > “Paper”
> “Loading Paper” > “Registering Custom Sizes”.
3
6 Press the
then press
to select [Media Type] and
.
OK
7 Press the
to select the type of media
loaded and then press OK .
8 Press the
to select [Media Weight]
and then press OK .
9 Press the
to select the weight of the
loaded paper and then press OK .
10 Press the
displayed.
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until the top screen is
Machine Setup
With Tray 1/Tray 2: The paper size selection screen
will be displayed automatically when you pull out
the Tray. Please use settings from Section 4.
2
1
Printing Configuration
1
●●
Printing Configuration
Machine Setup
This section explains how to print the Configuration on which you can check the detailed information of
your machine, such as the settings and status of your machine.
When you finished the initial setup, follow the procedure below to confirm that the machine is properly
installed.
Printing Procedure
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
press
OK
.
3 Check that [Configuration] is selected
and press
OK
.
4 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
When the Configuration is properly printed, the
initial setup has succeeded.
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2Copying
This chapter explains the basic operation for your machine’s copy function.
Starting a Copy Job
2 Place your document in the ADF or on
the document glass as below:
Memo
Load documents face up with the top edge of the
documents in first.
1 Press the <COPY> key on the operator
panel to open the copy standby screen.
Adjust the document guides to the width of your
documents.
●● Document Glass
Place the document face down and align its top
edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
Close the document glass cover gently.
Note
●● Do not apply an excessive load to the document
glass.
Memo
●● The machine prioritizes the ADF when copying
documents. Be sure not to place documents on the
ADF when you use the document glass.
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Copying
●● ADF
●● The following procedure uses the factory default settings.
2
Starting

a Copy Job
3 Press
MONO
to start copying.
Note
●● You cannot use the
COLOR
button.
Memo
2
●● You can cancel the operation by pressing the
<STOP> key on the operator panel until the
message showing the copy completion is displayed.
Copying
Reference
●● To load a landscape document, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” >
“Documents” > “Loading Documents”.
●● You can change the copy settings such as scan size,
document’s orientation and duplex copying as necessary.
For details, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “2.
Copying” > “Configuring Copy Settings”.
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3 Faxing (For MB451, MB451w,
MB471, MB471w, MB491,
MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP,
MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
This chapter explains the initial setup, such as how to set the country code, connect a telephone line
and configure the basic settings, and basic procedure for the Fax and Fax from Computer functions.
Function
Overview
“Faxing”
Scans documents and transmits them as faxes or receives faxes via a telephone line.
You need to complete the initial setup for faxing before using this function.
“Faxing from a Computer Transmits faxes from your computer connected via USB or network. The faxes are
(For Windows)”
transmitted directly from your computer to a destination via the machine using a
telephone line. The fax driver must be installed on the computer to use this function.
You also need to complete the initial setup for faxing before using this function.
Scanning to Fax Server
Scans documents and transmits scanned images as attached TIFF file of e-mails to
fax server via network. The fax server transmits the received TIFF files to fax.
For the initial setup for the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “1. Setup” >
“Configuring the Network Settings” > “Setting Up Scan To E-mail and Internet Fax”.
For the procedure of the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “3. Faxing
(for MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP,
MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)” > “Basic Procedure for Scan To Fax Server”.
Internet Faxing
Scans documents and transmits them as faxes or receives faxes by e-mails via
network.
For the initial setup for the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “1. Setup” >
“Configuring the Network Settings” > “Setting Up Scan To E-mail and Internet Fax”.
For the procedure for the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “3. Faxing
(for MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP,
MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)” > “Basic Procedure for Internet Faxing”.
Auto Delivery
Forwards the received faxes and files attached to e-mails automatically to specified
destinations. You can specify e-mail addresses and a network folder as the
(MB491, MB491+LP,
ES4191 MFP,
destination.
MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb For the initial setup for the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “1. Setup”
only)
> “Configuring the Network Settings” > “Setting Up Scan To E-mail and Internet
Fax”/”Setting Up Scan To Network PC”.
For details on the function and how to register destinations beforehand, refer to the
User’s Manual (Advanced) > “9. Settings for Auto Delivery and Transmission Data
Save Functions (for MB491/MB491+LP/ES4191 MFP/MPS4200mb/MPS4700mb Only)”
> “Forwarding Received Data As Digital Data (Auto Delivery)”.
Note
●● If an SD card is not inserted, this function will not operate.
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Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
Your machine supports the following functions regarding fax.
3
Initial Setup for Faxing
●●
Initial Setup for Faxing
This section explains the initial setup necessary for the Fax and Fax from Computer functions.
To set up the machine for the Fax and Fax from Computer functions, follow the 3 steps below:
●● “Step 1 Setting Country Code” P.26
●● “Step 2 Connecting a Telephone Line” P.27
●● “Step 3 Configuring Basic Settings” P.31
3
Step 1 Setting Country Code
3 Press the
to select [Admin Setup]
and then press OK .
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
This section explains how to set the country
code. Be sure to select the suitable country code
before connecting the telephone line.
Note
●● If you set wrong country code, you may not be able to
send or receive faxes. When you cannot send or receive
faxes even though you have properly connected the
telephone line, check if [Country Code] is set correctly.
1 Hold down the power switch for
4 Enter the administrator password.
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
2 Press the <SETTING> key on the
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text filed.
operator panel.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
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and
.
OK
to select [Enter]
Initial Setup for Faxing
5 Press the
then press
to select [Fax Setup] and
.
Step 2 Connecting a
Telephone Line
OK
6 Press the
to select [Fax Setting] and
then press .
OK
7 Press the
to select [Country Code]
and then press OK .
8 Press the
or to select your country
name and then press OK .
If your country name is not displayed, select the
following value.
-- If your country is Canada, select [U.S.A].
-- If the region of your country is Latin
America, select [Latin America].
-- If the region of your country is Europe or
the Middle East, select [International].
The method of connecting a telephone line
differs depending on your environment. Based
on the following figures, connect the line for
your environment.
Note
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
●● Be sure to set the appropriate country code before
connecting the telephone line.
●● You cannot connect to an ISDN line directly. To connect to
an ISDN line, use the terminal adopter (TA) and connect
to the LINE connection of the machine.
●● A telephone cable is supplied with your machine except in
certain countries.
Reference
●● To check the reception mode according to the machine
environment, refer to “Step 3-6 Specifying Reception
Mode” P.37.
Settable Country Codes:
U.S.A. International United Kingdom
Ireland Norway Sweden Finland
Denmark Germany Hungary
Czech/Slovakia Poland Switzerland
Austria Belgium Netherlands France
Portugal Spain Italy Greece
Australia New Zealand Singapore
Hong Kong Latin America Mexico
China Russia Taiwan Japan Korea
Thailand Malaysia Jordan Argentina
Brazil South Africa Belarus Moldova
Turkey Ukraine
●● To check the dial type settings, refer to “Step 3-1 Settings
for Each Dialing Type” P.31.
Connecting to a Public Line
(Connecting for Fax Only)
Note
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
1 Check that the machine is turned off.
If the machine is turned on, hold down the power
switch for approximately one second to turn off
the power.
9 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
3
.
The machine restarts automatically, and the
default screen is displayed a few minutes later.
Memo
●● If the [Country Code] is changed, the value of [PBX
Line] and [MF (Tone)/DP (Pulse)] are changed to the
default values for each country code.
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Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
-- If your country is the Czech Republic or
Slovakia, select [Czech/Slovakia].
This section explains how to connect a telephone
line for faxing. Be sure to connect the telephone
line depending on your environment before you
transmit or receive faxes.
Initial Setup for Faxing
2 Plug one end of the [Telephone cable]
3 Remove the [Telephone connector
into the [LINE connection] of your
machine and the other end into the
[Public Line (Analog)].
cover].
TEL
E
LIN
Telephone connector cover
LINE connection
3
4 Plug the external telephone’s cable into
the [TEL connection] of your machine.
Public Line
(Analog)
TEL connection
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
Telephone cable
Note
●● Be certain to connect the telephone cable to [LINE
connection]. Never connect it to [TEL connection].
Connecting to a Public Line
(Connecting for Fax and Telephone)
The telephone that is connected to the machine
is called an external telephone.
Note
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
Note
●● Only one telephone can be connected to the machine.
1 Check that the machine is turned off.
If the machine is turned on, hold down the power
switch for approximately one second to turn off
the power.
●● Do not connect the telephone to the machine in parallel.
If you connect the telephone to the machine in parallel,
the following problems will occur and the machine will not
work correctly.
--When you send or receive a fax, the fax picture may
be broken or a communication error may occur by
picking up the telephone.
2 Plug one end of the [Telephone cable]
into the [LINE connection] of your
machine and the other end into the
[Public Line (Analog)].
--The fax transfer function is not able to work from the
external telephone.
Public Line (Analog)
Public Line (Analog)
first floor second floor
LINE connection
Public Line
(Analog)
Memo
Telephone cable
●● In the case of direct interconnection, separate
construction is necessary. Please contact the telephone
company that you use.
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Initial Setup for Faxing
Connecting to an ADSL Environment
Connecting to an IP Telephone
Note
Note
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
First, check that the machine is turned off. If
the machine is turned on, hold down the power
switch for approximately one second to turn off
the power.
First, check that the machine is turned off. If
the machine is turned on, hold down the power
switch for approximately one second to turn off
the power.
Plug the [Telephone cable] connected to the
ADSL modem into the [LINE connection] of
your machine.
Plug the [Telephone cable] connected to the
IP telephone into the [LINE connection] of
your machine.
Remove the telephone connector cover.
Remove the telephone connector cover.
Plug the external telephone’s cable into the [TEL
connection] of your machine.
Plug the external telephone’s cable into the
[TEL connection] of your machine.
LINE connection
TEL connection
LINE connection
TEL connection
Optical IP telephone
Corresponding
telephone
Optical Network
Unit (ONU)
Public Line
(Analog)
Telephone cable
Telephone cable
Splitter
LAN
cable
Optical cable
*Insert into the
telephone cable jack.
ADSL modem
Memo
Memo
●● Check the dial tone detection if it is unable to dial. Refer
to the User’s Manual (Advanced) > “6. Configuring at the
Operator Panel” > “List of the Device Setting Menu Items”
> “List of Each Setup Menu” > “Admin Setup” > “User
Install”.
●● If you cannot send or receive faxes very well, set [Super
G3] to [OFF]. Refer to “Step 3-5 Setting for Super G3”
P.36 in detail.
●● Check the dial tone detection if it is unable to dial. Refer
to the User’s Manual (Advanced) > “6. Configuring at the
Operator Panel” > “List of the Device Setting Menu Items”
> “List of Each Setup Menu” > “Admin Setup” > “User
Install”.
●● If you cannot send or receive faxes very well, set [Super
G3] to [OFF]. Refer to “Step 3-5 Setting for Super G3”
P.36 in detail.
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3
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
Initial Setup for Faxing
Connecting to a CS Tuner or Digital
Television
Connecting to a PBX, Home
Telephone or Business Phone
Note
Note
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
First, check that the machine is turned off. If
the machine is turned on, hold down the power
switch for approximately one second to turn off
the power.
First, check that the machine is turned off. If
the machine is turned on, hold down the power
switch for approximately one second to turn off
the power.
3
Plug the [Telephone cable] connected to
the [Public Line (Analog)] into the [LINE
connection] of your machine.
Plug the [Telephone cable] connected to
the [Public Line (Analog)] into the [LINE
connection] of your machine.
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
Remove the telephone connector cover.
Remove the telephone connector cover.
Plug the telephone cable connected to the
CS tuner or digital television into the [TEL
connection] of your machine.
Plug the telephone cable connected to a
control device including PBX, etc. into the [TEL
connection] of your machine.
LINE connection
LINE connection
TEL connection
TEL connection
CS tuner or digital
television
Control device
including PBX, etc.
Telephone cable
Public Line
(Analog)
Telephone cable
Public Line
(Analog)
●● Home Telephone
In general, many telephones are connected
with one or two telephone lines, and internal
communication and door phone are possible.
This is simple switching equipment for
household.
●● Business Phone
In general, it can accommodate more than
two telephone lines, these telephone lines can
be shared with other telephones, and internal
communication is possible. This is simple
switching equipment.
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Initial Setup for Faxing
Connecting as an Internal Telephone
Step 3 Configuring Basic
Settings
Note
●● Do not connect with USB cable or LAN cable at this point.
This section explains how to configure the basic
settings on the machine for the fax function.
Follow the 6 sub steps below:
First, check that the machine is turned off. If
the machine is turned on, hold down the power
switch for approximately one second to turn off
the power.
Plug the [Telephone cable] connected to a
control device including PBX, etc. into the [LINE
connection] of your machine.
LINE connection
Control device
including PBX, etc.
●● “Step 3-2 Setup of Date/Time” P.32
●● “Step 3-3 Specifying Sender Information”
P.33
●● “Step 3-4 PBX Connecting” P.35
●● “Step 3-5 Setting for Super G3” P.36
●● “Step 3-6 Specifying Reception Mode” P.37
Note
Telephone
cable
●● You need to complete the country code setting and
connect the telephone line according to your environment
before this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip step 3-4 and 3-5 depending on your
environment. For details, refer to each description.
Step 3-1 Settings for Each Dialing
Type
Memo
●● Set [PBX Line] to [ON]. Refer to “Step 3-4 PBX
Connecting” P.35 in detail.
Specify the dialing type for transmission
according to your environment. The factory
default for [MF(Tone)/DP(Pulse)] is set to
[Tone].
●● For push-button phones, if you hear a “Beep,
boop, beep” sound, leave [MF(Tone)/
DP(Pulse)] as [Tone].
●● For push-button type phones, if you do
not hear a “Beep, boop, beep” sound, set
[MF(Tone)/DP(Pulse)] to [Pulse].
●● For rotary-dial type phones, set [MF(Tone)/
DP(Pulse)] to [Pulse].
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
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3
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
Public Line
(Analog)
●● “Step 3-1 Settings for Each Dialing Type”
P.31
Initial Setup for Faxing
2 Press the
and press
OK
7 Press the
to select [Admin Setup],
.
displayed.
until the top screen is
Step 3-2 Setup of Date/Time
Set up Date/Time of your region.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
3
3 Enter the administrator password.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
2 Press the
to select [Easy Setup] and
then press OK .
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
3 Enter the administrator password.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
4 Press the
and press
OK
and
.
to select [Enter]
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
OK
to select [User Install],
.
5 Press the
to select [MF (Tone)/DP
(Pulse)], and then press OK .
6 Press the
to select a dial type, and
then press OK .
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Initial Setup for Faxing
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
to complete the
11 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
4 Check that [Date/Time Setting] is
selected and then press the
.
.
Step 3-3 Specifying Sender
Information
Specify the fax number and sender name for
your machine. The information specified here is
printed on the top of the faxes you sent from the
machine.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
5 Press the
to select the appropriate
time zone and then press OK .
6 Press the
to select whether summer
time is applied or not and then press OK .
7 Check that [Manual] is selected and
then press
OK
2 Press the
press
.
OK
.
to select [Easy Setup] and
8 Press the
or to select the current
date and then press OK .
To move to the next box, press the
.
3 Enter the administrator password.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
9 Press the
or to select the current
time and then press OK .
To move to the next box, press the
.
When you press OK , a message showing that
Date/Time setting is complete appears.
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Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
b Repeat step a until all characters
OK
3
Initial Setup for Faxing
6 Enter the fax number of your machine
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
with the ten-key pad.
3
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
7 Check that [Enter] is selected and then
press
8 Press
box.
OK
.
to select the [Sender ID] entry
9 Enter an arbitrary sender name up to 22
characters allowed.
b Repeat step a until all characters
10 Press the
and
then press .
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
and
.
The message showing that fax setting is complete
appears.
to select [Enter]
OK
11 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
4 Press the
to select [Fax Setting] and
then press the .
Note
●● When the FaxServer Function is enabled, [Fax
Setting] is not displayed on the [Easy Setup]
menu. In this case, set [FaxServer Function]
to [OFF]. For details, refer to the User’s Manual
(Advanced) > “2. Faxing” > “Scan To FaxServer” >
“Enabling the Scan To FaxServer function”.
to select [Enter] and
OK
to complete the
12 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
5 Press
to select the [Fax Number]
entry box.
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OK
.
Initial Setup for Faxing
Step 3-4 PBX Connecting
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
When connecting to PBX (internal exchange), set
[PBX Line] to [ON].
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
3
required are entered.
2 Press the
to select [Admin Setup]
and then press OK .
c Press the
and press
4 Press the
then press
5 Press the
then press
3 Enter the administrator password.
The default password is “aaaaaa”.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
6 Press the
then press
7 Press the
press
OK
.
8 Press the
displayed.
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and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
to select [Fax Setup] and
.
OK
to select [Fax Setting] and
.
OK
to select [PBX Line] and
.
OK
to select [ON] and then
until the top screen is
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
b Repeat step a until all characters
Initial Setup for Faxing
Step 3-5 Setting for Super G3
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
If you cannot send or receive faxes correctly
when the machine is connected to the ADSL
environment or an IP telephone, set [Super G3]
to [OFF].
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
3
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b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
2 Press the
to select [Admin Setup]
and then press OK .
and press
4 Press the
then press
5 Press the
then press
6 Press the
3 Enter the administrator password.
The default password is “aaaaaa”.
press
OK
.
7 Press the
dislpayed.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
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and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
to select [User Install] and
.
OK
to select [Super G3] and
.
OK
to select [OFF] and then
until the top screen is
Initial Setup for Faxing
Step 3-6 Specifying Reception Mode
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
The optimal reception mode differs depending
on your machine’s environment. Check with the
following description.
●● Fax Ready Mode
This mode is recommended when you use the
machine as a fax machine.
●● Tel/Fax Ready Mode
3
This mode is recommended when you connect an
external phone to the machine.
This mode is recommended when you connect an
external answering machine to the machine.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
●● Tel Ready Mode
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
This mode is recommended when you mainly use
an external phone connected to the machine.
●● DRD
This mode is recommended when you use the
distinctive ring detection (DRD) function provided
by a telephone company.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
4 Press the
2 Press the
to select [Admin Setup]
and press OK .
press
OK
5 Press the
OK
6 Press the
and press
to select [Enter]
to select [User Install] and
.
and press
and
.
OK
OK
to select [Reception Mode]
.
to specify a reception mode
.
Settable Reception Mode:
Fax Ready Mode*
Tel/Fax Ready Mode
Ans/Fax Ready Mode Tel Ready Mode
DRD
3 Enter the administrator password.
*indicates the factory default.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
7 Press the
displayed.
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until the top screen is
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●● Ans/Fax Ready Mode
Faxing
●●
Faxing
This section explains the basic procedure for the Fax function.
The Fax function enables you to scan documents and transmit them as faxes or receive faxes via a
telephone line.
Be sure to finish the initial setup before using this function.
3
Procedure for Fax
●● Document Glass
Place the document face down and align its top
edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
This section explains how to transmit faxes. The
following procedure uses the direct input method
for specifying a destination.
You need to configure the initial settings before
using the Fax function.
Note
●● Up to 40 digits can be entered for the destination fax
number.
Memo
●● You can load only A4, letter or legal size documents in the
ADF, and only A4, letter or legal (MB491+LP/MPS4700mb
only) size documents on the document glass.
●● You cannot load mixed size documents for faxing.
Close the document glass cover gently.
●● The following procedure uses the factory default settings.
Note
1 Press the <FAX/HOOK> key on the
●● Do not apply an excessive load to the document
glass.
operator panel.
Memo
2 Place your document in the ADF or on
●● The machine prioritizes the ADF when scanning
documents. Be sure not to place documents on the
ADF when you use the document glass.
the document glass as below:
●● ADF
Load documents face up with the top edge of the
documents in first.
3 Check that [Fax] is selected and
press
Adjust the document guides to the width of your
documents.
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OK
to open the fax start screen.
Faxing
4 Check that [Add Destination] is
8 Press
selected on the start screen and then
press OK .
MONO
to start transmission.
Note
●● You cannot use the
COLOR
button.
is pressed
●● If the <STATUS> key is pressed and
twice, the information is displayed on the display
screen.
Memo
●● When you want to cancel the operation during the
transmission, press the <STOP> key on the operator
panel.
5 Press the
to select [Direct Input] and
then press OK .
40 digits using the ten-key pad on the
operator panel.
Reference
●● In addition to inputting the destination directly, you can
use the speed dial list, group list, transmission histories,
reception histories, or One-Touch key pad to specify the
destination. For details, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic)
> “3. Faxing (for MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w,
MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb,
MPS4700mb only)” > “Basic Procedure for Faxing” >
“Specifying a Destination”.
Reference
●● For dialing functions such as hyphen, prefix and
flash, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “3. Faxing
(for MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491,
MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb,
MPS4700mb only)” > “Basic Procedure for Faxing” >
“Specifying a Destination” > “Direct Input” > “Dialing
Functions”.
7 Check that [Enter] is selected and then
press
OK
.
●● To load a landscape document, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup”> “Loading Paper and Documents”>
“Documents”> “Loading Documents”.
●● You can change the fax settings such as document size
and resolution as necessary. For details, refer to the
User’s Manual (Basic) > “3. Faxing (for MB451, MB451w,
MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191
MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)” > “Configuring Fax
Settings”.
●● When you want to specify multiple destinations, refer to
the User’s Manual (Advanced) > “2. Faxing” > “Various
Functions for Transmission” > “Transmission to Multiple
Destinations (Broadcast)”.
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6 Enter a destination fax number up to
3
Faxing
Printing Received Faxes
Receiving a Fax
This section explains how your machine behaves
when the machine whose reception mode is set
to [Fax Ready Mode] is receiving and printing
faxes.
Reference
3
●● For the machine behavior when the reception mode is
set to other than [Fax Ready Mode], refer to the User’s
Manual (Basic) > “3. Faxing (for MB451, MB451w, MB471,
MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP,
MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)” > “Machine Behavior in
Fax Reception” > “Reception Behavior”.
The machine automatically prints out the
received fax. By factory default, tray 1 is set to
be used.
Note
●● Do not pull out the paper trays when the machine is
printing.
Memo
●● Use only standard or recycled paper.
●● Available paper sizes are A4, letter, or legal.
Reference
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
●● Images larger than the specified paper are reduced,
discarded, or printed onto multiple sheets of paper
depending on the reception print settings. For details,
refer to the User’s Manual (Advanced) > “2. Faxing” >
“Various Settings for Fax Reception” > “When Received
Image is Larger Than Paper Size”.
Reception Behavior
Your machine is set by factory default to [Fax
Ready Mode] so that it automatically receives
faxes.
When the machine is receiving faxes, the
<DATA IN MEMORY> indicator is lit. If the
<STATUS> key is pressed and is pressed
twice, the information is displayed on the display
screen. Even if the reception is finished, the
indicator remains lit while the data is stored in
memory.
●● If you want to use another paper tray to print received
faxes, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “3. Faxing (for
MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+,
MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb
only)” > “Machine Behavior in Fax Reception” > “Printing
Received Faxes” > “Selecting the Tray to Use”.
Memo
●● If the memory is exceeded while the machine is receiving
data, the reception is cancelled. If this happens, print the
data stored in memory or wait until the stored sending/
receiving job finishes, and then ask the sender to resend
the fax.
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Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
●●
Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
This section explains how to install a fax driver and the basic procedure of sending a fax from a
computer. The fax driver allows you to send faxes directly from your computer to a destination via the
machine without printing the document.
Be sure to install the fax driver for MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP,
ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, or MPS4700mb before faxing from a computer.
Note
●● You need to finish the initial setup before using this function.
Installing a Fax Driver
This section explains how to install a fax driver
on your computer as the initial setup for Fax
from Computer function.
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
„„ Overview
‰‰Connecting Methods
If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
You can select either of the following connection
methods:
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
●● “For Network Connection” P.41
●● “For USB Connection” P.47
‰‰Product Requirements
Note
Your machine supports the following Windows
operating systems:
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which IP
address to use. If the IP address is set incorrectly, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
●● Windows 8/Windows 8 (64bit Version)
●● Windows Server 2012
●● Windows 7/Windows 7 (64bit Version)
●● Windows Vista/Windows Vista (64bit Version)
●● Windows Server 2008 R2
●● Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008
(x64 Version)
●● Windows XP/Windows XP (x64 Version)
●● Windows Server 2003/Windows Server 2003
(x64 Version)
●● Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
●● Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine. (By
factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
Memo
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
For the computer
IP address :
„„ For Network Connection
To install a fax driver on your computer via the
network connection, follow the 2 steps below:
192.168.0.1~254
Subnet mask :
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
For the machine
●● “Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of
Your Machine” P.41
●● “Step 2 Installing a Fax Driver” P.45
Note
●● You need to complete the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip step 1 if the IP address is already set on your
machine.
IP Address Set :
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
●● You can skip step 2 if the fax driver is already installed on
your computer.
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3
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
‰‰Step 1 Configuring the Network
Settings of Your Machine
Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
Connecting using wired LAN:
into the hub.
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
3
2 Hold down the power switch for
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
approximately one second to turn off the
power. And turn off your computer.
5 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
Connecting using wireless LAN
(MB451w, MB471w only):
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator
panel.
2 Press the
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
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Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
3 Log in by entering administrator password
of the device.
Use , ,
press OK .
,
7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
key to select letter and then
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
Note
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
Memo
4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
then press
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
.
to select [WPS-PBC], and
.
●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
OK
Setting the IP address:
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
6 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Yes], and then
Memo
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from
step 5.
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3
Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
2 Press the
press
3
OK
.
5 If setting the IP address manually, check
to select [Easy Setup], and
that [Manual] is selected, and press
OK
.
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
3 Enter the administrator password.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
a Press , ,
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
pad, and press
OK
.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
To move to the next box, press the
.
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
.
8 Enter the default gateway address using
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
and
and press OK .
.
.
9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
needed.
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until the
pop-up message showing setting completion is
displayed.
to select [Enter]
4 Press the
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
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Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
2 Click [Run Setup.exe] after [AutoPlay]
to complete the
is displayed.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is
displayed, click [Yes].
3 Select the language and then click
[Next].
4 Select the device of your machine, and
then click [Next].
11 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
5 Read the license agreement and then
click [I Agree].
6 Read the “Environmental advice for
Users” and click [Next].
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
OK
.
3 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
5 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
The Network Information is printed.
‰‰Step 2 Installing a Fax Driver
Note
●● To complete this procedure, you must be logged in as an
administrator.
1 Check that your machine and the
computer are turned on and connected,
and then insert the “Software DVD-ROM”
into the computer.
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◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are set properly.
press
3
Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
7 Click the Install button on the [FAX
10 Click [Restart search] to restart the
driver] row.
device search.
3
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After the machine is displayed, select the machine
and click [Next].
8 On the [Pre-Installation Check] dialog
box, click [Next].
Memo
●● If the machine is not displayed by clicking [Restart
search], select [Printer name/IP Address] and
enter the IP address assigned to your machine, and
then click [Next].
9 Click the [Easy Installation
(Network)] button.
The device search starts.
-- If the machine is detected, it is
automatically installed. Proceed to step
12.
-- If the machine is not detected, the
[Review your installation settings.]
screen is displayed. Proceed to step 10.
11 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
12 Click the [Finish] button.
13 Click [Exit] on the [Setup] window.
14 Click [Start] > [Devices and Printers].
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Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
15 Check that the OKI MB491(FAX) icon is
displayed.
If a printer driver for the machine is already
installed, the OKI MB491 icon may represent
these drivers. In this case, right-click the OKI
MB491 icon and select one of the menu items,
and then check that the fax driver is displayed in
the submenu.
16 Remove the “Software DVD-ROM” from
the computer.
The installation is complete.
„„ For USB Connection
Follow the procedure below to connect a USB
cable and install a fax driver on your computer.
Note
●● You must be logged in as an administrator to complete
this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip this procedure if the fax driver is already
installed on your computer.
1 Prepare a USB cable.
Memo
●● Use a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable for a USB 2.0 HiSpeed connection.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
3 Plug one end of the USB cable into the
USB interface connector on the back of
the machine.
4 Turn on the computer.
5 Insert “Software DVD-ROM” into the
computer.
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A USB cable is not supplied with your machine.
Prepare a USB 2.0 cable separately.
3
Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
6 Click [Run Setup.exe] after [AutoPlay]
is displayed.
11 Click the Install button on the [FAX
driver] row.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is
displayed, click [Yes].
7 Select the language and then click
[Next].
8 Select the device of your machine, and
3
then click [Next].
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
12 On the [Pre-Installation Check] dialog
box, click [Next].
9 Read the license agreement and then
click [I Agree].
10 Read the “Environmental advice for
Users” and click [Next].
13 Click [Easy Installation (Local)]
button.
14 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
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Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
15 When the instruction to connect the
machine to the computer and turn on
the machine is displayed, plug the other
end of the USB cable into the computer’s
USB interface connector and hold down
the power switch for approximately one
second to turn on the power.
19 Check that the OKI MB491(FAX) icon is
displayed.
If a printer driver for the machine is already
installed, the OKI MB491 icon may represent
these drivers. In this case, right-click the OKI
MB491 icon and select one of the menu items,
and then check that the fax driver is displayed in
the submenu.
20 Remove “Software DVD-ROM” from the
computer.
The installation is complete.
●● Do not plug the USB cable into the network interface
connection. Doing so may damage your machine.
16 Click the [Finish] button.
17 Click [Exit] on the [Setup] window.
18 Click [Start] > [Devices and Printers].
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Note
3
Faxing from a Computer (For Windows)
Procedure for Fax from a
Computer
This section explains how to send fax data from
your computer.
You need to install the fax driver for your
machine on the computer before using the Fax
from Computer function.
3
Memo
●● This section uses NotePad as example. The menu items
and procedure may differ according to the application and
the version of the fax driver you are using.
Faxing (For MB451, MB451w, MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191 MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)
●● For additional information on the setting items on the fax
driver, refer to the driver’s help.
1 Open the file you want to fax.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 From [Select Printer], select [OKI
MB491 (FAX)] and then click [Print].
The [Settings] dialog box is displayed.
4 On the [Recipient] tab, enter the
destination name in [Name] on the
[Specifying numbers] sheet.
5 Enter the destination fax number in
[FAX number].
6 Click [Add<-].
7 Repeat steps 4 to 6 to specify all the
destinations.
8 Click the [Sender] tab, and enter the
[Sender’s name] and the [Sender’s
number].
9 Click [OK] to start transmitting.
Memo
●● When you want to cancel a job while the data is
being transmitted to the machine, double-click the
printer icon in the toolbar, select the job to cancel,
and then select [Cancel] from the [Document]
menu.
Reference
●● Once the data is stored in the machine, you cannot cancel
the job from your computer. For details on how to cancel
a fax job stored in the machine memory, refer to the
User’s Manual (Basic) > “3. Faxing (for MB451, MB451w,
MB471, MB471w, MB491, MB491+, MB491+LP, ES4191
MFP, MPS4200mb, MPS4700mb only)” > “Checking
and Canceling Fax Transmission” > “Canceling Fax
Transmission”.
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4 Scanning
This chapter explains the initial setup and basic procedure for the Scan to E-mail, Scan to Network PC,
and Scan to Local PC functions.
Your machine supports the following scan functions.
Function
“Scanning to E-mail”
“Scanning to Network
PC”
Scanning to USB
Memory
“Scanning to Local PC”
Scans documents and sends the scanned images as an attached file of an e-mail to the
specified e-mail address on the network.
Scans documents and saves the scanned images to the “shared folder” of a computer
on the network.
Scans documents and saves the scanned images directly to a USB memory.
For the procedure for the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “4. Scanning”
> “Scanning Methods” > “Scan to USB Memory”.
Scans documents to the computer via network or USB and manipulates the scanned
images as necessary by operating on the operator panel.
Scans documents to the computer via network or USB and manipulates the scanned
images as necessary by operating on the computer.
For the initial setup for the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “4. Scanning”
> “Installing Scanner Drivers (TWAIN/WIA/ICA Driver)”.
For the procedure for the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “4. Scanning”
> “Scanning Methods” > “Scan to Remote PC”.
●●
Scanning to E-mail
This section explains the initial setup and basic procedure for the Scan to E-mail function.
This function enables you to scan documents and send the scanned images as an attached file of an
e-mail to the specified e-mail address on the network.
Be sure to finish the initial setup before using this function.
Initial Setup for Scan to
E-mail
Step 1 Configuring the Network
Settings of Your Machine
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
This section explains how to configure the initial
setup for the Scan to E-mail function. Follow the
2 steps below:
●● “Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of
Your Machine” P.51
If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
●● “Step 2 Configuring the E-mail Settings of
Your Machine” P.56
Note
●● You need to complete the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip step 1 if the IP address is already set on your
machine.
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
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Note
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which IP
address to use. If the IP address is set incorrectly, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
●● Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
●● Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine. (By
factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
Memo
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
For the computer
IP address :
4
192.168.0.1~254
Subnet mask :
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
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For the machine
IP Address Set :
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
into the hub.
●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
„„ Connecting using wired LAN
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
5 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
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„„ Connecting using wireless LAN
(MB451w, MB471w only)
6 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Yes], and then
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator panel.
2 Press the
Memo
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from step 5.
7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
of the device.
Use
,
,
,
key to select letter and then press
OK
.
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
Note
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
Memo
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
.
to select [WPS-PBC], and then press
OK
.
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●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
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3 Log in by entering administrator password
pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
4
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b Repeat step a until all characters
„„ Setting the IP address
required are entered.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
c Press the
operator panel.
and press
and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
4 Press the
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
4
2 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Easy Setup], and
5 If setting the IP address manually, check
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that [Manual] is selected, and press
3 Enter the administrator password.
OK
.
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
To move to the next box, press the
.
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
.
8 Enter the default gateway address using
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
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9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
needed.
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until the
pop-up message showing setting completion is
displayed.
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
to complete the
4
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
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11 For the confirmation message, check
.
◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are properly set.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
press
OK
.
3 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
5 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
The Network Information is printed.
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Step 2 Configuring the E-mail Settings of Your Machine
To configure the E-mail Settings of your machine, follow the 3 sub steps below:
●● “Step 2-1 Checking the E-mail Settings of the Computer” P.56
●● “Step 2-2 Setting the E-mail Address for Your Machine” P.57
●● “Step 2-3 Configuring Your Machine’s E-mail Settings” P.57
Check the values for each item in the Setup Information Form through the above steps.
„„ Setup Information Form
User Value
4
No.
B-1
Item
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B-2
E-mail address for
your machine
SMTP server address
B-3
POP3 server address
B-4
Authentication
method
SMTP user ID
SMTP password
POP user ID
POP password
Name of the e-mail
destination
B-5
B-6
B-7
B-8
B-9
Outline Introduction
Example
The e-mail address used when
sending e-mails from the machine
The address of the server used
when sending e-mails
The address of the server used
when receiving e-mails
Sending mail server authentication
mb491@test.
com
smtp.test.com
(Up to 80 characters)
pop3.test.com
SMTP
Sending mail server account name
Sending mail server password
Receiving mail server account name
Receiving mail server password
The name of the recipient to whom
you are sending a scan-to-mail from
the machine
B-10 E-mail address of the The e-mail address of the recipient
e-mail destination
to whom you are sending a scan-tomail from the machine
„„ Step 2-1 Checking the E-mail
Settings of the Computer
*You can look at the following pages
and make notes on the details you
have checked or the settings you
have configured.
OKIMB491
okimb491
user
okimb491
User
user@test.com
3 Select the mail account and then click
[Properties].
Note
●● If a network administrator specifies values such as mail
server account, password and e-mail address for your
machine, enter them in the Setup Information Form.
Memo
●● The procedure below uses Windows Live Mail on Windows
7. If you are using different mail software, refer to the
manual for the e-mail software.
1 Click [Start] and select [Windows Live
Mail].
2 Select the [Tools] menu > [Accounts].
If the menu bar is not displayed, click the
[Menus] icon and then select [Show menu
bar].
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4 On the [General] tab, enter the
contents of [Name] and [E-mail
address] in B-9 and B-10 of the Setup
Information Form.
7 Check the login information on the
[Outgoing Mail Server] dialog box.
B-9
-- If [Use same settings as my incoming
mail server] is selected, enter the same
values as B-7 and B-8 on B-5 and B-6.
B-10
-- If [Log on using] is selected, note
the content of [Account name] and
[Password] in B-5 and B-6, respectively.
note each setting in the corresponding
columns of the Setup Information Form.
B-3
B-2
B-7
B-8
When sending data scanned from the
machine by an e-mail, the e-mail address for
the machine is necessary. According to the
following procedure, set the e-mail address for
the machine and enter it in B-1 of the Setup
Information Form.
●● If the e-mail address for your machine is
specified by the network administrator, enter
the e-mail address in B-1.
●● If you are using an Internet service provider,
obtain an e-mail address for your machine
from the provider and then enter the e-mail
address in B-1.
-- If there is a check in the [My server
requires authentication] checkbox,
enter “SMTP” into B-4 and follow
procedure 6.
-- If there is no check in the [My server
requires authentication] checkbox,
enter [POP or not yet authenticated]
in B-4. At this point the confirmation of
e-mail settings is complete.
Note
●● If using an Internet service provider, enter [POP].
6 Click [Settings].
●● If the e-mail address for your machine is
neither specified nor obtained, determine the
e-mail address according to the value you
entered in B-4 (authentication method):
-- If B-4 is “SMTP”, determine an e-mail
address and enter it in B-1.
-- If B-4 is “POP”, enter the same e-mail
address as B-10 in B-1.
Note
●● If you want your machine to receive e-mail, you must
obtain an e-mail address for your machine from a network
administrator or your Internet service provider.
„„ Step 2-3 Configuring Your
Machine’s E-mail Settings
Set up your machine’s e-mail settings using the
information in the Setup Information Form.
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5 Click the [Servers] tab, and then
„„ Step 2-2 Setting the E-mail
Address for Your Machine
4
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1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
c Press the
operator panel.
and press
and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
4 Press the
to select [E-mail Setting]
and then press the .
4
2 Press the
press
OK
.
5 Press the
and then enter the
information in B-2.
to select [Easy Setup] and
6 Select [Enter] and then press
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OK
.
OK
.
7 Press the
and then enter the
information in B-1.
8 Select [Enter] and then press
9 Press the
3 Enter the administrator password.
and then select a protocol
for receiving e-mail for the machine, and
then press OK .
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
-- If you want your machine to receive
e-mail from the POP3 server, select
[POP3]. Proceed to step 10.
-- If you want your machine to receive
e-mail without using a mail server, select
[SMTP]. Proceed to step 12.
-- If you do not want your machine to
receive e-mail, select [Disable]. Proceed
to step 12.
10 Press the
and then enter the
information in B-3.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
11 Select [Enter] and then press
OK
.
12 Press the
and then select an
authentication method based on the
information in B-4. Then, press OK .
-- If B-4 is “Do not authenticate”, select [No
Authentication]. Proceed to step 21.
-- If B-4 is “SMTP”, select [SMTP Auth].
Proceed to step 13.
-- If B-4 is “POP”, select [POP Before
SMTP]. Proceed to step 17.
13 Press the
and then enter the
information in B-5.
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
14 Select [Enter] and then press
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15 Press the
and then enter the
information in B-6.
16 Select [Enter] and then press
Procedure of Scan to E-mail
OK
This section explains how to start Scan to
E-mail. The following procedure uses the direct
input method for specifying a destination.
.
Proceed to step 21.
You need to configure the initial network and
e-mail settings before using the Scan to E-mail
function.
17 Press the
and then enter the
information in B-7.
18 Select [Enter] and then press
OK
.
Memo
●● The following procedure uses the factory default settings.
19 Press the
and then enter the
information in B-8.
20 Select [Enter] and then press
1 Press the <SCAN> key on the operator
OK
panel.
.
21 When the setup menu screen is
.
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displayed, press
22 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
4
OK
2 Place your document in the ADF or on
the document glass as below:
.
●● ADF
The setup for Scan to E-mail is complete.
Load documents face up with the top edge of the
documents in first.
Adjust the document guides to the width of your
documents.
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●● Document Glass
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
Place a document face down and align its top
edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
4
The selected character is entered in the text
field.
Close the document glass cover gently.
Note
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●● Do not apply an excessive load to the document
glass.
If you have entered an incorrect value, press
the <CLEAR> key and then enter the correct
value.
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
Memo
and press
●● The machine prioritizes the ADF when scanning
documents. Be sure not to place documents on the
ADF when you use the document glass.
OK
to select [Enter]
8 If necessary, select [Cc] or [Bcc] and
repeat steps 6 and 7.
3 Check that [E-mail] is selected and then
press
and
.
OK
.
9 Press the
10 Press
MONO
to return to start screen.
or
COLOR
.
Reference
●● In addition to inputting the destination directly, you can
use the address book, group list, e-mail histories, LDAP
search, or One-Touch key pad to specify the destination.
For details, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “4.
Scanning” > “Scanning Methods” > “Scan to E-mail” >
“Specifying a Destination”.
4 Check that [Add Destination] is
selected and then press
OK
●● To load a landscape document, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” >
“Documents” > “Loading Documents”.
.
5 Check that [To] is selected and then
press
OK
.
6 Press the
to select [Direct Input] and
then press .
●● You can change the scan settings such as scan size
and resolution as necessary. For details, refer to the
User’s Manual (Advanced) > “3. Scanning” > “Advanced
Operations for Scanning, Internet Faxing and Scanning to
Fax Server”.
OK
7 Enter a destination e-mail address up to
80 characters.
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●●
Scanning to Network PC
This section explains the initial setup and basic procedure for the Scan to Network PC function.
This function enables you to scan documents and save the scanned images to the “shared folder” of a
computer on the network.
Be sure to finish the initial setup before using this function.
Initial Setup for Scan to
Network PC
Memo
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
This section explains how to configure the initial
setup for the Scan to Network PC function.
Follow the 2 steps below:
For the computer
IP address :
●● “Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of
Your Machine” P.61
192.168.0.1~254
Subnet mask :
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
●● “Step 2 Setting Up Your Computer and
Machine for Scan to Network PC” P.65
IP Address Set :
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
Note
●● You need to configure the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip step 1 if the IP address is already set on your
machine.
Step 1 Configuring the Network
Settings of Your Machine
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
„„ Connecting using wired LAN
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
Note
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which IP
address to use. If the IP address is set incorrectly, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
●● Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
●● Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine. (By
factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
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For the machine
4
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3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
„„ Connecting using wireless LAN
(MB451w, MB471w only)
the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator panel.
2 Press the
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
4
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3 Log in by entering administrator password
4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
of the device.
into the hub.
Use
,
,
,
key to select letter and then press
OK
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
.
5 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
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to select [WPS-PBC], and then press
OK
.
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6 Press the
press
OK
.
„„ Setting the IP address
to select [Yes], and then
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
Memo
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from
step 5.
7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
2 Press the
press
OK
.
4
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pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
to select [Easy Setup], and
3 Enter the administrator password.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
Note
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
Memo
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
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9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
b Repeat step a until all characters
needed.
required are entered.
c Press the
and
and press OK .
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until the
pop-up message showing setting completion is
displayed.
to select [Enter]
4 Press the
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
4
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
to complete the
5 If setting the IP address manually, check
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that [Manual] is selected, and press
OK
.
11 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are properly set.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
operator panel.
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
press
OK
.
3 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
To move to the next box, press the
5 For the confirmation message, check
.
that [Yes] is selected and press
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
.
8 Enter the default gateway address using
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
.
.
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The Network Information is printed.
OK
.
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Step 2 Setting Up Your Computer and Machine for Scan to Network PC
To setup your computer and machine for Scan to Network PC, follow the 4 sub steps below:
●● “Step 2-1 Checking the Name of the Computer” P.65
●● “Step 2-2 Determining the Names of the Items Required for Scan to Network PC” P.66
●● “Step 2-3 Configuring the Computer for Scan to Network PC” P.67
●● “Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for Scan to Network PC” P.74
Check the values for each item in the Setup Information Form through the above steps.
„„ Setup Information Form
User Value
No.
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
Outline Introduction
Example
Name of the
destination computer
User name to log
into the destination
computer
Password to log
into the destination
computer
Profile name to
register the settings
Shared folder name
on the destination
computer
File name of the
scanned data
The name of the computer to which
you are forwarding scanned data
User name to log in to the computer
to which you are forwarding scanned
data
Password to log in to the computer
to which you are forwarding scanned
data
Name when registering a profile on
the machine
Folder name of the computer to
which you are forwarding scanned
data
Scanned data file name
*You can look at the following pages
and make notes on the details you
have checked or the settings you
have configured.
PC1
mb491
(Up to 32 characters)
mb491
(Up to 32 characters)
Sales
(Up to 16 characters)
SalesDev
(Up to 64 characters)
ScanData
(Up to 64 characters)
Note
●● Before starting the setup, obtain permission from the network administrator to create a shared folder on the computer by
following the procedure below.
Memo
●● The CIFS protocol is used in this procedure.
„„ Step 2-1 Checking the Name of
the Computer
3 Select [See the name of this
Check the name of the computer following the
procedure below, and fill in C-1 of the Setup
Information Form.
4 Enter the name in [Computer name] in
computer] under [System].
C-1 of the Setup Information Form.
‰‰For Windows 7, Windows Server
2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 and
Windows Vista
1 Click [Start] and select [Control
Panel].
C-1
2 Select [System and Security].
For Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista,
select [System and Maintenance].
5 Close the window.
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C-1
Item
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„„ Step 2-2 Determining the Names
of the Items Required for Scan to
Network PC
‰‰For Windows Server 2003 and
Windows XP
1 Click [start] > [Control Panel] >
Determine the names of the following items and
fill in C-2 to C-6 on the Setup Information Form.
[Performance and Maintenance] >
[System].
●● User name to log into the destination computer (C-2)
For Windows Server 2003, click [Start] >
[Operator panel] > [System].
Note
●● If the username is managed on the domain,
enter “Username@Domainname” in C-2. To check
the domain name, click on [Change] within the
[Computer Name] tab in the [System Properties]
dialog box.
2 Select the [Computer Name] tab and
then click [Change].
3 Enter the name in [Computer Name] in
4
C-1 of the Setup Information Form.
●● Password to log into the destination computer
(C-3)
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4 Click [Cancel] to close the window.
●● Profile name to register the settings on your
machine (C-4)
‰‰For Mac OS X
●● Shared folder name on the destination
computer (C-5)
1 From the Apple menu, select [System
●● File name of the scanned data (C-6)
Preferences].
“#n” or #d” can be specified for the file name.
2 Click [Sharing].
3 Enter the name in [Computer Name] in
C-1 of the Setup Information Form.
-- When specifying “#n”: 5-digit serial
number between 00000 to 99999
-- When specifying “#d”: Date and time
when a file is created. 12 digits of
yymmddhhmmss.
yy:
Year created (the last 2 digits of the
Christian Era)
mm: Month created (01 to 12)
dd: Date created (01 to 31)
hh: Hours created (00 to 23)
mm: Minute created (00 to 59)
ss:
Second created (00 to 59)
C-1
*A date and time when a file is created are values of the
timer of the machine.
Example of file name specification (when the file
format is PDF)
Memo
●● If the computer name is over 16 characters, for
Mac OS X 10.4.11 enter the first 15 characters in
C-1. For Mac OS X 10.5-10.7, select the network
service you are using from [System Preferences] >
[Network], and click [Advanced]. Click the [WINS]
tab, and enter the name in [NetBIOS Name] into
C-1.
4 Close [Sharing].
-- When specifying “Data#n”: Saved as
file names such as “Data00000.pdf” and
“Data00001.pdf”,etc.
-- When specifying “File#d”: saved as file
names “File090715185045.pdf”, etc.
-- When specifying “Scan”: “Scan.pdf” is
created first, and then, data is saved with
the name of ”Scan#d.pdf”.
For “#d”, refer to the above.
-- When nothing is specified: “Image.pdf” is
created first and then, data is saved with
the name of “Image#d.pdf”.
For “#d”, refer to the above.
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8 Enter the information in C-3 in [New
„„ Step 2-3 Configuring the
Computer for Scan to Network PC
password] and [Confirm new
password], and then click [Create
password].
With the Setup Information Form, create an
account and shared folder for the machine in the
computer.
Memo
●● If the computer is in a domain, the procedure for adding a
user account may differ from the procedure below. Refer
to the Microsoft Windows manual.
‰‰For Windows 7, Windows Server 2008
R2, Windows 2008 and Windows
Vista
4
1 Click [Start] > [Control Panel].
accounts].
3 Select [Create a new account].
9 Close the Control Panel.
4 Enter the information in C-2 in the text
10 Create a new folder on the computer
with the name entered in C-5.
box.
Memo
●● It is recommended that the folder be created in the
local drive (C drive or D drive), not on the desktop,
[Documents], or network drive.
11 Right-click the folder created in step 10
and select [Properties].
12 Select the [Sharing] tab and then click
[Share].
5 Ensure that [Standard user] is
selected, and then click [Create
Account].
6 Click the icon of the user account
created in step 5.
7 Select [Create a password].
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2 Select [Add or remove user
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13 Select the user account created in step 5
from the drop down box, and then click
[Add].
4
18 Click [Add].
19 Enter the value in C-2 in the entry field
and then click [OK].
14 Check that the user added in step 13 is
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displayed and then click [Share].
20 Select the user added in step 13 and
select the [Allow] checkbox for [Full
Control], and then click [OK].
After the [Network discovery and file sharing]
dialog box is displayed, click [No, make the
network that I am connected to a private
network].
15 Click [Done].
16 Click [Advanced Sharing] on the
[Sharing] tab.
17 Click [Permissions].
21 Click [OK].
22 Click [Close].
Proceed to “Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for Scan
to Network PC” P.74.
‰‰For Windows XP
1 Click [start] > [Control Panel].
For Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008,
proceed to the step 20.
2 Double-click [User Accounts].
3 Select [Create a new account].
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4 Enter the value of C-2 in the text box
11 Right-click the folder created in step
and click [Next].
10, and then select [Sharing and
Security].
12 Click [If you understand the security
risks but want to share files without
running the wizard, click here.].
5 Select [Limited] and click [Create
Account].
4
6 Click the icon of the user account
created in step 5.
7 Select [Create a password].
8 Enter the value of C-3 in [Type a
new password] and [Type the new
password again to confirm], and then
click [Create Password].
13 Select [Just enable file sharing] in
Windows Firewall, and then click [OK].
9 Close the Control Panel.
10 Create a new folder on the computer
with the name entered in C-5.
Memo
●● It is recommended that the folder be created in the
local drive (C drive or D drive), not on the desktop,
[My Documents], or network drive.
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If the screen below is displayed, select [Share
this folder] and click [Permissions]. Proceed to
step 15.
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14 Select the [Share this folder on the
network] and [Allow network users
to change my files] checkbox, and
then click [OK].
17 Select the [Allow] checkbox for [Full
Control], and then click [OK].
Proceed to “Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for Scan
to Network PC” P.74.
4
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Proceed to “Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for Scan
to Network PC” P.74.
15 Click [Add].
‰‰For Windows Server 2003
Memo
●● The items here may differ depending on the edition you
are using.
1 Click [Start] > [Administrative Tools]
> [Computer Management].
2 In the right window, double-click
[System Tools] > [Local Users and
Groups], and then right-click [Users]
and select [New User].
16 Enter the value in C-2 in the entry field
and click [OK].
3 Enter the value of C-2 in [User name]
and the value of C-3 in [Password] and
[Confirm password].
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4 Select [User can not change
12 Enter the value in C-2 in the entry field
password] and [Password never
expires], and then click [Create].
and click [OK].
Memo
●● If [User must change password at next logon]
is selected, deselect so that you can select [User
can not change password] and [Password never
expires].
5 Click [Close].
6 Double-click [User] and check that the
13 Select the [Allow] checkbox for [Full
Control], and then click [OK].
user created in step 4 is displayed.
7 Close the window.
4
8 Create a new folder on the computer
with the name entered in C-5.
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Memo
●● It is recommended that the folder be created in the
local drive (C drive or D drive), not on the desktop,
[My Documents], or network drive.
9 Right-click the folder created in step 8
14 Ensure that the icon of the shared folder
created in step 8 changes into the icon
with a hand, and then close the window.
and then select [Sharing].
Proceed to “Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for Scan
to Network PC” P.74.
10 Select [Share this folder] and then
click [Permissions].
‰‰For Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.7
1 From the Apple menu, select [System
Preferences].
2 Click [Users & Groups] (for Mac OS X
10.5 and 10.6: [Accounts]).
3 Click [Click the lock to make
changes.] at the bottom left of the
screen and enter the administrator’s
password. Then, click [Unlock] (for Mac
OS X 10.5 and 10.6: [OK]).
11 Click [Add].
4 Click [+].
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5 Select [Standard] from [New
13 Select the checkbox for [File Sharing].
Account].
6 Enter the value of C-2 in [Full Name].
4
For Mac OS X 10.5, enter the value of C-2 in
[Name].
14 Click [+] under [Shared Folders].
7 Enter the value in C-3 in both
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[Password] and [Verify].
15 Select the folder created in step 10 and
8 Click [Create User] (for Mac OS X 10.5
click [Add].
and 10.6: [Create Account]).
16 Select the folder added in step 15 and
Memo
click [+] under [Users].
●● After the dialog box for auto login, disable the auto
login.
9 Check that an account is added to
[Other Users] (for Mac OS X 10.5 and
10.6: [Other Accounts]) with the name
of C-2, and close [Users & Groups] (for
Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6: [Accounts]) .
17 Select the account created in step 8 and
click [Select].
10 Create a new folder on the computer
with the name entered in C-5.
11 From the Apple menu, select [System
Preferences].
12 Click [Sharing].
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18 Click the triangle button at the right side
of the user added in step 17 and select
[Read & Write].
‰‰For Mac OS X 10.4.0 to 10.4.11
Memo
●● The following procedure uses Mac OS X 10.4.11 as an
example. The description may differ depending on the OS.
1 From the Apple menu, select [System
Preferences].
2 Click [Accounts].
3 Click [Click the lock to make
changes.] at the bottom left of the
screen and enter the administrator’s
password. Then, click [OK].
4 Click [+].
4
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19 Click [Options].
20 Select the checkbox for [Share files
and folders using SMB (Windows)].
For Mac OS X 10.5, select the checkbox for
[Share files and folders using SMB].
5 Enter the value of C-2 in [Name].
21 Select the checkbox for the account
added in the step 16.
22 Enter the value of C-3 in [Password]
and click [OK].
6 Enter the value in C-3 in both
[Password] and [Verify].
7 Click [Create Account].
Memo
23 Click [Done].
●● After the dialog box for auto login, disable the auto
login.
24 Close [Sharing].
Proceed to “Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for Scan
to Network PC” P.74.
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8 Check that an account is added to
[Other Accounts] with the name of
C-2, and close [Accounts].
15 Enter the value in C-3 in [Password]
and click [OK].
16 Click [Done].
17 Close [Sharing].
Proceed to “Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for Scan
to Network PC” P.74.
4
„„ Step 2-4 Creating a Profile for
Scan to Network PC
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9 Create a new folder on the computer
with the name entered in C-5.
10 From the Apple menu, select [System
Preferences].
11 Click [Sharing].
Register the information on the Setup
Information Form on the machine as a profile. It
is necessary to specify the profile to send data
when you perform Scan to Network PC with the
computer.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
12 Select the checkbox of [Windows
Sharing].
2 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Profile] and then
13 Click [Accounts...].
14 Select the checkbox for the account
created in the step 7.
3 Press the
to select the profile number
you want to register and then press OK .
4 Check that [Register] is selected and
then press
OK
.
5 Check that [Profile Name] is selected
and then press the
.
6 Enter the information in C-4.
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a Press , ,
11 Enter the information in C-2.
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
Note
●● If domain management is done, enter “C-2@domain
name”.
●● When carrying out domain management, if
you cannot connect even after entering “C-2@
Domainname”, delete “@Domainname”.
Access the machine’s website again, and set the
NetBIOS domain name in [Workgroup Name]
within [Admin Setup] > [Network] > [NBT/
NetBEUI].
*For the domain name, please check with the
network manager.
12 Select [Enter] and then press
13 Press the
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
14 Enter the value of C-3.
.
to select [Password] and
then press .
15 Select [Enter] and then press
16 Press the
then press
OK
.
to select [File Name] and
.
17 Enter the information in C-6.
18 Select [Enter] and then press
OK
.
19 Configure other items if necessary.
b Repeat step a until all characters
20 Press
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
7 Press the
then press
and
.
to select [Enter]
to select [Target URL] and
.
The setup for Scan to Network PC is complete.
“\\C- 1\C-5”.
\\PC1\SalesDev
Note
●● If there is no DNS server on the network, you cannot
specify the computer by using the computer name
(C-1). In such a case, you can configure the settings
by using the computer’s IP address.
Example:
\\192.168.0.3\SalesDev
Memo
●● In order to enter the “\” sign while using a QWERTY
keyboard, press <CTRL> and then press <\>.
9 Select [Enter] and then press
10 Press the
then press
to register the settings.
OK
8 Enter the value of C-1 and C-5 as
Example:
OK
OK
.
to select [User Name] and
.
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-- The selected character is entered in the
text field.
OK
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Note
Procedure for Scan to Network
PC
●● Do not apply an excessive load to the document
glass.
This section explains how to start Scan to
Network PC.
You need to configure the initial settings before
using the Scan to Network PC function.
Memo
●● The following procedure uses the factory default settings.
1 Press the <SCAN> key on the operator
panel.
Memo
4
●● The machine prioritizes the ADF when scanning
documents. Be sure not to place documents on the
ADF when you use the document glass.
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3 Press the
then press
to select [Network PC] and
.
OK
2 Place your document in the ADF or on
the document glass as below:
●● ADF
Load documents face up with the top edge of the
documents in first.
4 Check that [Select Profile] is selected
and then press
5 Press the
press
6 Press
OK
.
MONO
OK
.
to select a profile and then
or
COLOR
.
Reference
●● To load a landscape document, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” >
“Documents” > “Loading Documents”.
Adjust the document guides to the width of your
documents.
●● Document Glass
Place the document face down and align its top
edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
●● You can change the scan settings such as scan size
and resolution as necessary. For details, refer to the
User’s Manual (Advanced) > “3. Scanning” > “Advanced
Operations for Scanning, Internet Faxing and Scanning to
Fax Server”.
Close the document glass cover gently.
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●●
Scanning to Local PC
This section explains the initial setup and basic procedure for the Scan to Local PC function.
This function enables you to scan documents to the computer via network or USB, and manipulate the
scanned images as necessary. You can start a scan job from the operator panel.
●● For Windows
When you press the
or
, the ActKey utility starts, and the scan job starts automatically using
the scanner driver. You can send the scanned document to a specified application, save it in a specified
folder, or send it by fax.
MONO
COLOR
For the WSD Scan connection, you can specify the application to start and where to send and save the
scanned document for each destination.
●● For Mac OS X
When you press the
or
, Image Capture starts, and the scan job starts automatically using
the ICA driver. You can select a folder and save the scanned documents in it.
4
The machine can be connected to USB interface or network, but only a computer can be recognized at
the same time.
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MONO
COLOR
Be sure to finish the initial setup before using this function.
Initial Setup for Scan to Local
PC
This section explains how to configure the initial
setup for the Scan to Local PC function.
‰‰Product Requirements
Your machine supports the following Windows
operating systems.
For Network/USB Connection:
Refer to the procedure for the OS you are using.
●● Windows 8/Windows 8 (64bit Version)
●● “For Windows” P.77
●● Windows Server 2012
●● “For Mac OS X” P.90
●● Windows 7/Windows 7 (64bit Version)
For Windows
„„ Overview
‰‰Connecting Methods
You can select one of the following connection
methods:
●● Windows Vista/Windows Vista (64bit Version)
●● Windows Server 2008 R2
●● Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008
(x64 Version)
●● Windows XP/Windows XP (x64 Version)
●● Windows Server 2003/Windows Server 2003
(x64 Version)
●● “For Network Connection” P.78
For WSD Scan Connection:
●● “For USB Connection” P.83
●● Windows 8/Windows 8 (64bit Version)
●● “For WSD Scan Connection” P.85
●● Windows Server 2012
●● Windows 7/Windows 7 (64bit Version)
●● Windows Vista/Windows Vista (64bit Version)
●● Windows Server 2008 R2
●● Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008
(x64 Version)
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„„ For Network Connection
Memo
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
To configure the Scan to Local PC function via
the network connection, follow the 2 steps
below:
For the computer
IP address :
●● “Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of
Your Machine” P.78
●● “Step 2 Installing Driver and Software” P.82
Note
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
For the machine
●● You need to configure the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
IP Address Set :
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Memo
4
192.168.0.1~254
Subnet mask :
●● You can skip step 1 if the IP address is already set on your
machine.
●● You can skip step 2 if the scanner driver and ActKey are
already installed on your computer.
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
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●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
‰‰Step 1 Configuring the Network
Settings of Your Machine
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
Connecting using wired LAN:
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
2 Hold down the power switch for
Note
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which IP
address to use. If the IP address is set incorrectly, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
●● To configure the Scan to Local PC function via the network
connection, follow these instructions.
--Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
--Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine.
(By factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
--Set [Network TWAIN] setting to [ON] on your
machine. (By factory default, it is set to [ON]. If
it has been disabled, enable it by referring to the
User’s Manual (Advanced) > “3. Scanning” > “Useful
Functions for Scanning to Local and Remote PCs” >
“Enabling the Network TWAIN Settings”.)
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approximately one second to turn off the
power.
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3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
Connecting using wireless LAN
(MB451w, MB471w only):
the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator panel.
2 Press the
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
4
of the device.
into the hub.
Use
,
,
,
key to select letter and then press
OK
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
.
5 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
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.
to select [WPS-PBC], and then press
OK
.
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3 Log in by entering administrator password
4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
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6 Press the
press
OK
.
Setting the IP address:
to select [Yes], and then
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
Memo
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
4
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from
step 5.
7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
2 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Easy Setup], and
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pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
3 Enter the administrator password.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
Note
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
Memo
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
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9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
b Repeat step a until all characters
needed.
required are entered.
c Press the
and
and press OK .
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until the
pop-up message showing setting completion is
displayed.
to select [Enter]
4 Press the
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
to complete the
4
5 If setting the IP address manually, check
OK
.
11 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are properly set.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
operator panel.
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
press
OK
.
3 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
To move to the next box, press the
5 For the confirmation message, check
.
that [Yes] is selected and press
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
.
8 Enter the default gateway address using
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
.
.
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The Network Information is printed.
OK
.
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that [Manual] is selected, and press
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7 Check that [Scanner driver] and
‰‰Step 2 Installing Driver and Software
[ActKey] are selected, and then click
the Install bunch button.
The following procedure installs a scanner driver
and ActKey at once.
Memo
1 Check that your machine and the
●● By default, [PCL driver], [Scanner driver], and
[ActKey] are selected. Deselect [PCL driver] if it is
unnecessary or has been installed on the computer
already.
computer are turned on and connected,
and then insert the”Software DVD-ROM”
into the computer.
2 Click [Run Setup.exe] after [AutoPlay]
is displayed.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is
displayed, click [Yes].
4
3 Select the language and then click
[Next].
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4 Select the device of your machine, and
then click [Next].
8 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
9 Click the [Network] button.
The device search starts.
5 Read the license agreement and then
click [I Agree].
6 Read “Environmental advice for Users”
and click [Next].
-- If the machine is detected, it is
automatically installed. Proceed to step
11.
-- If the machine is not detected, the
[Review your installation settings.]
screen is displayed. Proceed to step 10.
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10 Click [Restart search] to restart the
13 Remove the “Software DVD-ROM” from
device search.
the computer.
The installation is complete.
Reference
After the machine is displayed, select the machine
and click [Next].
●● When installing ActKey, Network Configuration is
also installed simultaneously. Network Configuration
automatically acquires the IP address of your machine
and network information (IP address, computer name,
port number) of the computer. If the IP address or other
settings of the machine or computer is changed, you need
to change the settings. For details, refer to the User’s
Manual (Advanced) > “3. Scanning” > “Using Drivers and
Software” > “Using ActKey Software” > “Using Network
Configuration”.
„„ For USB Connection
Memo
●● You can skip this procedure if the scanner driver and
ActKey are already installed on your computer.
Memo
1 Prepare a USB cable.
A USB cable is not supplied with your machine.
Prepare a USB 2.0 cable separately.
●● If the machine is not displayed by clicking [Restart
search], select [Printer name/IP Address] and
enter the IP address assigned to your machine, and
then click [Next].
11 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
Memo
●● Use a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable for a USB 2.0 HiSpeed connection.
12 Click the [Exit] button.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
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To configure the Scan to Local PC function via
the USB connection, install a scanner driver and
ActKey on the computer.
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3 Plug one end of the USB cable into the
10 Read the “Environmental advice for
USB interface connector on the back of
the machine.
4
Users” and click [Next].
4 Turn on the computer.
11 Check that [Scanner driver] and
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5 Insert “Software DVD-ROM” into the
[ActKey] are selected, and then click
the Install bunch button.
computer.
Memo
6 Click [Run Setup.exe] after [AutoPlay]
●● By default, [PCL driver], [Scanner driver], and
[ActKey] are selected. Deselect [PCL driver] if it is
unnecessary or has been installed on the computer
already.
is displayed.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is
displayed, click [Yes].
7 Select the language and then click
[Next].
8 Select the device of your machine, and
then click [Next].
12 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
9 Read the license agreement and then
click [I Agree].
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13 When the instruction to connect the
machine to the computer and turn on
the machine is displayed, plug the other
end of the USB cable into the computer’s
USB interface connector and hold down
the power switch for approximately one
second to turn on the power.
„„ For WSD Scan Connection
To configure the Scan to Local PC via the WSD
Scan connection, follow the 2 steps below:
●● “Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of
Your Machine” P.85
●● “Step 2 Installing Your Machine to the
Computer” P.89
Note
●● You need to configure the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip step 1 if the IP address is already set on your
machine.
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
Note
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which
IP address to use. If the IP address is set wrong, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
●● To configure the Scan to Local PC function via the WSD
Scan connection, follow these instructions.
--Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
--Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine.
(By factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
--Set [WSD Scan] setting to [Enable] on your
machine. (By factory default, it is [Enable]. If it
has been disabled, enable it by referring to the
User’s Manual (Advanced) > “3. Scanning” > “Useful
Functions for Scanning to Local and Remote PCs” >
“Enabling the WSD Scan”.)
Note
●● Do not plug the USB cable into the network interface
connection. Doing so may damage your machine.
14 Click the [Exit] button.
15 Remove “Software DVD-ROM” from the
computer.
The installation is complete.
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‰‰Step 1 Configuring the Network
Settings of Your Machine
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3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
Memo
the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
For the computer
IP address :
192.168.0.1~254
Subnet mask :
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
For the machine
4
IP Address Set :
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
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●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
into the hub.
Connecting using wired LAN:
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
5 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
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Connecting using wireless LAN (MB451w,
MB471w only):
6 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Yes], and then
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator panel.
2 Press the
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
Memo
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from step 5.
7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
of the device.
Use
,
,
,
key to select letter and then press
OK
.
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
Note
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
Memo
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
.
to select [WPS-PBC], and then press
OK
.
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●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
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3 Log in by entering administrator password
pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
4
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b Repeat step a until all characters
Setting the IP address:
required are entered.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
c Press the
operator panel.
and press
and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
4 Press the
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
4
2 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Easy Setup], and
5 If setting the IP address manually, check
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that [Manual] is selected, and press
3 Enter the administrator password.
OK
.
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
To move to the next box, press the
.
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
.
8 Enter the default gateway address using
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
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.
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9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
needed.
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until the
pop-up message showing setting completion is
displayed.
Memo
●● The following procedure installs the WIA driver as a
scanner driver automatically.
1 Click [Start] and select [Control
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
‰‰Step 2 Installing Your Machine to the
Computer
Panel].
to complete the
2 Select [Network and Internet] >
[Network and Sharing Center].
3 Select [Change advanced sharing
settings].
4 Check that [Turn on network
4
discovery] is selected.
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
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11 For the confirmation message, check
.
◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are properly set.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
5 Close the Control Panel.
6 Click [Start] and select [Network].
The devices connected to the network are
displayed.
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
press
OK
OK
[Multifunction Devices] and select
[Install].
.
3 Press the
press
7 Right-click the MB491 icon under
.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is
displayed, click [Yes].
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
5 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
The Network Information is printed.
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8 When the balloon message saying that
For Mac OS X
the installation is complete is displayed
on the task bar, click the balloon to
check the details, and click [Close].
„„ Overview
‰‰Connecting Methods
You can select either of the following connection
methods:
●● Network Connection
●● USB Connection
‰‰Product Requirements
4
Your machine supports Mac OS X 10.6 to 10.8.
9 Press the <SCAN> key on the operator
panel.
‰‰Steps to Go
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To configure the Scan to Local PC function with
Mac OS X, follow the 3 steps below:
●● “Step 1 Connecting Your Machine and
Computer” P.91
●● “Step 2 Installing a Scanner Driver” P.95
●● “Step 3 Registering Your Computer in Network
Scanner Setup Tool” P.96
Memo
10 Press the
then press
●● For the network connection, you can skip step 1 if the IP
address is already set on your machine.
to select [Local PC] and
.
●● You can skip step 2 if the scanner driver is already
installed on your computer.
OK
●● For the USB connection, skip step 3.
11 Check that [Select A Connecting PC]
is selected, and press
OK
.
12 Press the
to select [From WSD
Scan], and press OK .
13 Check that the computer on which your
machine has been installed is displayed
as the destination PC.
Note
●● If the machine’s IP address is changed after the
installation, uninstall the machine from the computer by
following the same procedure as in “Step 2 Installing Your
Machine to the Computer” P.89, and then reinstall it.
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„„ Step 1 Connecting Your Machine
and Computer
Memo
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
Select the connection method and follow each
procedure.
For the computer
●● “For Network Connection” P.91
IP address :
●● “For USB Connection” P.95
Subnet mask :
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
‰‰For Network Connection
192.168.0.1~254
For the machine
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
‰‰Connecting using wired LAN
Note
●● You need to configure the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which IP
address to use. If the IP address is set incorrectly, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
●● To configure the Scan to Local PC function via the network
connection, follow these instructions.
--Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
--Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine.
(By factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
--Set [Network TWAIN] setting to [ON] on your
machine. (By factory default, it is set to [ON]. If
it has been disabled, enable it by referring to the
User’s Manual (Advanced) > “3. Scanning” > “Useful
Functions for Scanning to Local and Remote PCs” >
“Enabling the Network TWAIN Settings”.)
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If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
IP Address Set :
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3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
‰‰Connecting using wireless LAN
(MB451w, MB471w only)
the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator panel.
2 Press the
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
4
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3 Log in by entering administrator password
4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
of the device.
into the hub.
Use
,
,
,
key to select letter and then press
OK
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
.
5 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
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.
to select [WPS-PBC], and then press
OK
.
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6 Press the
press
OK
.
‰‰Setting the IP address
to select [Yes], and then
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
Memo
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from step 5.
7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
2 Press the
press
Note
OK
.
4
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pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
to select [Easy Setup], and
3 Enter the administrator password.
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
Memo
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
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9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
b Repeat step a until all characters
needed.
required are entered.
c Press the
and
and press OK .
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until
the pop-up message of showing the setting
completion is displayed.
to select [Enter]
4 Press the
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
4
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
to complete the
5 If setting the IP address manually, check
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that [Manual] is selected, and press
OK
.
11 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are properly set.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
operator panel.
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
press
OK
.
3 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
To move to the next box, press the
5 For the confirmation message, check
.
that [Yes] is selected and press
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
.
8 Enter the default gateway address using
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
.
.
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The Network Information is printed.
OK
.
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4 Plug the other end of the USB cable into
‰‰For USB Connection
the computer’s USB interface connector.
1 Prepare a USB cable.
A USB cable is not supplied with your machine.
Prepare a USB 2.0 cable separately.
Memo
●● Use a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable for a USB 2.0 HiSpeed connection.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power. And turn off the computer.
Note
„„ Step 2 Installing a Scanner Driver
1 Check that the machine is connected to
the computer and the machine is turned
on. Then, load the “Software DVD-ROM”
on the drive of the computer.
2 Double-click [OKI] on the desktop.
3 Plug one end of the USB cable into the
3 Double-click [Drivers] > [Scanner] >
[Installer for OS X 10.8] (For Mac OS
X 10.8) or [Installer for OS X 10.410.7] (For Mac OS X 10.4 to 10.7).
USB interface connector on the back of
the machine.
4 Click [Continue].
5 Click [Continue].
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●● Do not plug the USB cable into the network interface
connection. Doing so may damage your machine.
4
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6 Check the display and click [Continue]
if OK.
11 Click [Continue Installation].
12 Click [Restart].
4
7 Read the license agreement and click
[Continue].
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„„ Step 3 Registering Your Computer
in Network Scanner Setup Tool
To use the Scan to Local PC function via the
network connection, be sure to register your
computer as a destination in Network Scanner
Setup Tool before starting a scan job.
8 Click [Agree] if you agree.
Memo
●● Network Scanner Setup Tool is installed simultaneously
when installing the scanner driver.
1 From the [Go] menu, select
9 Click [Install].
To change the installation location of the driver,
click [Change Install Location].
[Applications] > [OKIDATA] >
[Scanner] > [Network Scanner Setup
Tool].
2 Select your machine from [Device List]
and click [Register].
3 Edit [Name] which is displayed as
a destination on your machine if
necessary, and click [Register].
4 For the confirmation message, click
[OK].
5 Click [OK] to close the Network Scanner
Setup Tool.
10 Enter the administrator’s name and
password and then click [Install
Software].
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Procedure for Scan to Local PC
2 Place your document in the ADF or on
This section explains how to start Scan to Local
PC. The following procedure is common for
Windows and Mac OS X.
the document glass as below:
●● ADF
Load documents face up with the top edge of the
documents in first.
You need to configure the initial settings before
using the Scan to Local PC function.
Select the connection method and follow each
procedure.
●● “For Network Connection” P.97
●● “For USB Connection” P.98
●● “For WSD Scan Connection (Windows only)”
P.99
Adjust the document guides to the width of your
documents.
●● Document Glass
Place the document face down and align its top
edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
Note
●● For Mac OS X 10.7 to 10.8, if you scan documents
through network connection, you need to start the Image
Capture first. Then, you need to select the machine from
the list displayed at the left of Image Capture screen.
1 Press the <SCAN> key on the operator
panel.
Close the document glass cover gently.
Note
●● Do not apply an excessive load to the document
glass.
Memo
●● The machine prioritizes the ADF when scanning
documents. Be sure not to place documents on the
ADF when you use the document glass.
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„„ For Network Connection
4
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3 Press the
then press
„„ For USB Connection
to select [Local PC] and
.
OK
1 Press the <SCAN> key on the operator
panel.
4 Check that [Select A Connecting PC]
is selected and then press
4
OK
.
5 Check that [From Network] is selected
and then press
OK
.
2 Place your document in the ADF or on
6 Press the
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to select the computer you
want and then press OK .
the document glass as below:
●● ADF
7 Press the
to select [Select An
Application] and then press OK .
Load documents face up with the top edge of the
documents in first.
8 Press the
to select where to send the
scanned document and then press OK .
Selectable location Values to send:
Application Folder
PC-FAX
Note
●● For Mac OS X, you can select [Folder] only.
9 Press
MONO
or
COLOR
Adjust the document guides to the width of your
documents.
.
ActKey (for Windows) or Image Capture (for
Mac OS X) starts, and the scan job starts
automatically on the computer. When scanning is
done, the scanned image is processed as below:
●● Document Glass
Place the document face down and align its top
edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
-- If you select [Application], the specified
application starts and the scanned image
is displayed on the application.
-- If you select [Folder], the scanned image
is saved in the specified folder.
-- If you select [PC-FAX], the application for
fax transmission starts. After sending the
scanned image, send a fax with the fax
transmission software on your computer.
Reference
●● To load a landscape document, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” >
“Documents” > “Loading Documents”.
Close the document glass cover gently.
●● You can customize the scan button settings of ActKey.
For details, refer to the User’s Manual (Advanced) >
“3. Scanning” > “Using Drivers and Software” > “Using
ActKey Software” > “Setting the Scan Button”.
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Note
●● Do not apply an excessive load to the document
glass.
8 Press
MONO
or
COLOR
.
ActKey (for Windows) or Image Capture (for
Mac OS X) starts, and the scan job starts
automatically on the computer. When scanning is
done, the scanned image is processed as below:
-- If you select [Application], the specified
application starts and the scanned image
is displayed on the application.
-- If you select [Folder], the scanned image
is saved in the specified folder.
-- If you select [PC-FAX], the application for
fax transmission starts. After sending the
scanned image, send a fax with the fax
transmission software on your computer.
Memo
●● The machine prioritizes the ADF when scanning
documents. Be sure not to place documents on the
ADF when you use the document glass.
then press
to select [Local PC] and
.
OK
●● To load a landscape document, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” >
“Documents” > “Loading Documents”.
●● You can customize the scan button settings of ActKey.
For details, refer to the User’s Manual (Advanced) >
“3. Scanning” > “Using Drivers and Software” > “Using
ActKey Software” > “Setting the Scan Button”.
„„ For WSD Scan Connection
(Windows only)
1 Press the <SCAN> key on the operator
panel.
4 Check that [Select A Connecting PC]
is selected and then press
OK
.
5 Press the
to select [From USB
Interface] and then press OK .
6 Press the
to select [Select An
Application] and then press OK .
7 Press the
to select where to send the
scanned document and then press OK .
Selectable location Values to send:
Application Folder
PC-FAX
2 Place your document in the ADF or on
the document glass as below:
●● ADF
Note
Load documents face up with the top edge of the
documents in first.
●● For Mac OS X, you can select [Folder] only.
Adjust the document guides to the width of your
documents.
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3 Press the
Reference
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6 Press the
●● Document Glass
to select the event for the
destination computer and then press OK .
Place the document face down and align its top
edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
Selectable events:
Scan for E-mail to XXX
Scan for Fax to XXX
Scan for OCR to XXX
Scan for Print to XXX
Scan to XXX
XXX indicates the name of the destination computer.
You can set an action for each event in Windows
scan properties.
4
7 Press
MONO
or
COLOR
.
The scan job is processed according to the action
set for the selected event.
Close the document glass cover gently.
Note
Scanning
Reference
●● Do not apply an excessive load to the document
glass.
●● To load a landscape document, refer to the User’s Manual
(Basic) > “1. Setup” > “Loading Paper and Documents” >
“Documents” > “Loading Documents”.
●● You can scan double-sided documents. For details on
dual-side scanning, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) >
“4. Scanning” > “Scanning Methods” > “Scan to Local PC”
> “WSD Scan connection”.
Memo
●● The machine prioritizes the ADF when scanning
documents. Be sure not to place documents on the
ADF when you use the document glass.
3 Press the
then press
to select [Local PC] and
.
OK
4 Check that [Select A Connecting PC]
is selected and then press
OK
.
5 Press the
to select [From WSD Scan]
and then press OK .
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5 Printing
This chapter explains the initial setup and basic procedure for the Print from Computer function.
Your machine supports the following print functions.
Function
“Printing from a Computer”
Printing from USB Memory
Overview
Prints a document sent from a computer connected via USB or network. The
printer driver must be installed on the computer to use this function.
Prints a document saved in a USB memory which is inserted to the USB port of
the machine.
For the procedure of the function, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “5. Using
as a Printer” > “Printing From USB Memory”.
●●
Printing from a Computer
This section explains how to install a printer driver and the basic procedure for printing documents from
a computer.
5
Be sure to install a printer driver before using this function.
‰‰Product Requirements
Your machine supports the following Windows
operating systems:
This section explains how to install a printer
driver on your computer.
Refer to the procedure for the OS you are using.
●● “For Windows” P.101
●● Windows Server 2012
●● Windows 7/Windows 7 (64bit Version)
●● “For Mac OS X” P.110
●● Windows Vista/Windows Vista (64bit Version)
●● Windows Server 2008 R2
For Windows
●● Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008
(x64 Version)
„„ Overview
●● Windows XP/Windows XP (x64 Version)
●● Windows Server 2003/Windows Server 2003
(x64 Version)
‰‰Connecting Methods
You can select either of the following connection
methods:
●● “For Network Connection” P.102
●● Windows 8/Windows 8 (64bit Version)
‰‰Types of Printer Drivers
The printer driver types that can be installed are
as follows.
●● “For USB Connection” P.108
Type
PCL
PS
PCL XPS
Description
The PCL printer driver is suitable for
printing business documents.
The PS printer driver is suitable for
the printing of documents including
PostScript fonts and EPS data.
The PCL XPS printer driver is suitable for
printing from an application for XPS.
* I t does not support Windows Vista/Windows
Server 2008/Windows XP/ Windows Server
2003.
Memo
●● The description may be differ depending on a version of a
printer driver or Windows.
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Installing a Printer Driver
Printing from a Computer
„„ For Network Connection
●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
To install a printer driver on your computer
via the network connection, follow the 2 steps
below:
Connecting using wired LAN:
●● “Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of
Your Machine” P.102
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
●● “Step 2 Installing a Printer Driver” P.105
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
Note
●● You need to complete the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip step 1 if the IP address is already set on your
machine.
●● You can skip step 2 if the printer driver is already installed
on your computer.
5
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power. And turn off the computer.
‰‰Step 1 Configuring the Network
Settings of Your Machine
Printing
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
Note
3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which
IP address to use. If the IP address is set wrong, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
●● Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
●● Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine. (By
factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
Memo
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
For the computer
IP address :
192.168.0.1~254
Subnet mask :
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
For the machine
IP Address Set :
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
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the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
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4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
into the hub.
3 Log in by entering administrator password
of the device.
Use
,
,
,
key to select letter and then press
OK
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
.
5 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
5
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
then press
Connecting using wireless LAN
(MB451w, MB471w only):
.
to select [WPS-PBC], and
.
OK
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator
panel.
6 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Yes], and then
2 Press the
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
Memo
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from step 5.
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4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
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7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
2 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Easy Setup], and
3 Enter the administrator password.
Note
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
5
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Memo
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
Setting the IP address:
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
4 Press the
and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
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5 If setting the IP address manually, check
that [Manual] is selected, and press
OK
.
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
to complete the
11 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are properly set.
.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
5
operator panel.
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To move to the next box, press the
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
.
press
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
.
.
.
3 Press the
press
8 Enter the default gateway address using
OK
OK
.
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
5 For the confirmation message, check
.
that [Yes] is selected and press
9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
OK
.
The Network Information is printed.
needed.
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until the
pop-up message showing setting completion is
displayed.
‰‰Step 2 Installing a Printer Driver
Note
●● To complete this procedure, you must be logged in as an
administrator.
1 Check that your machine and the
computer are turned on and connected,
and then insert the “Software DVD-ROM”
into the computer.
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2 Click [Run Setup.exe] after [AutoPlay]
is displayed.
7 Select the checkbox for the printer
driver you want to install, and click the
Install bunch button.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is
displayed, click [Yes].
Memo
●● By factory default, [PCL driver], [Scanner driver],
and [ActKey] are selected.
3 Select the language and then click
[Next].
4 Select the device of your machine, and
then click [Next].
5
8 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
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is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
5 Read the license agreement and then
click [I Agree].
9 Click the [Network] button.
The device search starts.
6 Read the “Environmental advice for
Users” and click [Next].
-- If the machine is detected, it is
automatically installed. Proceed to step
11.
-- If the machine is not detected, the
[Review your installation settings.]
screen is displayed. Proceed to step 10.
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10 Click [Restart search] to restart the
◆◆Print a test page to check that the printer
driver is successfully installed on the
computer.
device search.
1 Click [Start] > [Devices and Printers].
2 Right-click the OKI MB491 icon and
select [Printer properties] (> a desired
printer driver if you have installed
multiple drivers) from the pop-up menu.
After the machine is displayed, select the machine
and click [Next].
3 On the [General] tab, click [Print Test
Page].
5
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Memo
●● If the machine is not displayed by clicking [Restart
search], select [Printer name/IP Address] and
enter the IP address assigned to your machine, and
then click [Next].
11 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
12 Click the [Exit] button.
13 Remove the “Software DVD-ROM” from
the computer.
The installation is complete.
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„„ For USB Connection
5 Insert “Software DVD-ROM” into the
Follow the procedure below to connect a
USB cable and install a printer driver on your
computer.
6 Click [Run Setup.exe] after [AutoPlay]
computer.
is displayed.
Note
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is
displayed, click [Yes].
●● You must be logged in as an administrator to complete
this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip this procedure if the printer driver is already
installed on your computer.
7 Select the language and then click
[Next].
8 Select the device of your machine, and
1 Prepare a USB cable.
then click [Next].
A USB cable is not supplied with your machine.
Prepare a USB 2.0 cable separately.
5
Memo
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●● Use a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable for a USB 2.0 HiSpeed connection.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
9 Read the license agreement and then
click [I Agree].
10 Read the “Environmental advice for
Users” and click [Next].
3 Plug one end of the USB cable into the
USB interface connector on the back of
the machine.
4 Turn on the computer.
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11 Select the checkbox for the printer
13 When the instruction to connect the
driver you want to install, and click the
Install bunch button.
machine to the computer and turn on
the machine is displayed, plug the other
end of the USB cable into the computer’s
USB interface connector and hold down
the power switch for about a second to
turn on the power.
Memo
●● By factory default, [PCL driver], [Scanner driver],
and [ActKey] are selected.
5
12 If the [Windows Security] dialog box
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is displayed, click [Install this driver
software anyway].
Note
●● Do not plug the USB cable into the network interface
connection. Doing so may damage your machine.
14 Click the [Exit] button.
15 Remove “Software DVD-ROM” from the
computer.
The installation is complete.
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For Mac OS X
◆◆Print a test page to check that the printer
driver is successfully installed on the
computer.
„„ Overview
1 Click [Start] > [Devices and Printers].
2 Right-click the OKI MB491 icon and
select [Printer properties] (> a desired
printer driver if you have installed
multiple drivers) from the pop-up menu.
3 On the [General] tab, click [Print Test
Page].
‰‰Connecting Methods
You can select either of the following connection
methods:
●● “For Network Connection” P.110
●● “For USB Connection” P.118
‰‰Product Requirements
Your machine supports Mac OS X 10.4 to 10.8.
‰‰Types of Printer Drivers
5
The driver types that can be installed are as
follows.
Type
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PS
PCL
Description
The PS printer driver is suitable for
the printing of documents including
PostScript fonts and EPS data.
It can be also used for normal printing.
The PCL printer driver is suitable for
printing of business documents.
Note
●● The description may be different depending on the version
of a printer driver or Mac OS X.
„„ For Network Connection
To install a printer driver on your computer
via the network connection, follow the 3 steps
below:
●● “Step 1 Configuring the Network Settings of
Your Machine” P.111
●● “Step 2 Disabling the Sleep Mode in the
Machine” P.115
●● “Step 3 Installing a Printer Driver” P.115
The following procedure uses Bonjour as a
network protocol.
Note
●● You need to complete the network setting of the computer
before this procedure.
Memo
●● You can skip step 1 if the IP address is already set on your
machine.
●● You can skip step 3 if the printer driver is already installed
on your computer.
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Connecting using wired LAN:
Reference
●● The PS driver also supports the EtherTalk protocol. For
details, refer to the User’s Manual (Basic) > “1. Setup”
> “Connecting to a Computer” > “Network Connection” >
“Installing a Printer Driver (For Mac OS X)”.
1 Prepare an Ethernet cable and a hub.
Prepare an Ethernet cable (category 5, twisted
pair, straight) and a hub separately.
‰‰Step 1 Configuring the Network
Settings of Your Machine
Connect your machine to a network with an
Ethernet cable or Wireless LAN connection
(MB451w, MB471w only), and then configure
the machine’s IP address and other network
information from the operator panel. You can set
the IP address either manually or automatically.
2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power. And turn off a computer.
If there is no DHCP server or BOOTP server on
the network, you need to manually configure the
IP address on the computer or machine.
If your network administrator or Internet
service provider specifies a unique IP address
for the computer and your machine, set the IP
addresses manually.
5
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Note
●● When setting an IP address manually, ask the network
administrator or your Internet service provider which IP
address to use. If the IP address is set incorrectly, the
network may go down or Internet access may be disabled.
●● Conform the IP version of the machine to that of your
computer.
3 Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into
the network interface connection on the
back of the machine.
●● Set [TCP/IP] setting to [Enable] on your machine. (By
factory default, it is set to [Enable].)
Memo
●● If configuring a small network consisting of only your
machine and a computer, set IP addresses as shown
below (according to RFC1918).
For the computer
IP address :
192.168.0.1~254
Subnet mask :
255.255.255.0
Default gateway :
not used
DNS server :
not used
For the machine
IP Address Set :
Manual
IPv4 Address :
192.168.0.1~254
(select a different value
from the computer)
Subnet Mask :
255.255.255.0
Gateway Address :
0.0.0.0
Network Scale :
Small
●● To set [Network Scale], press the <SETTING> key
and then select [Admin Setup] > [Network Menu] >
[Network Setup] > [Network Scale].
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4 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable
into the hub.
3 Log in by entering administrator password
of the device.
Use
,
,
,
key to select letter and then press
OK
Default administrator password is “aaaaaa”.
The message below will be displayed for
about 5 seconds.
.
5 Hold down the power switch for
5
approximately one second to turn on the
power.
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4 Check that [Automatic setup (WPS)]
is selected, and then press the
5 Press the
then press
Connecting using wireless LAN
(MB451w, MB471w only):
.
to select [WPS-PBC], and
.
OK
Use the WPS (push button) function to set the
wireless LAN. For details on other methods
for setting the wireless LAN, refer to the
Configuration Guide.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the operator
panel.
6 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Yes], and then
2 Press the
to select [Wireless Setting],
and then press the .
Memo
●● Start the WPS push button for wireless AP after clicking
[Yes] in the confirmation screen. Alternatively, if WPS
push button for wireless AP is started first, start the
WPS push button on this equipment.
●● If [No] is selected, the screen returns to that from step 5.
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7 If [Yes] is selected in step 6, [Running
pushbutton method...] is displayed in
the screen.
2 Press the
press
OK
.
to select [Easy Setup], and
3 Enter the administrator password.
Note
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
●● Panel operations cannot be performed during WPS
execution.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
●● When [WPS connection successful] is displayed,
this equipment is connected to the wireless LAN.
5
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Memo
●● If [Connection failed Timeout] is displayed, it
is possible that the wireless AP of the connection
destination could not be found within the time limit.
Select [Yes] again in step 6 within 2 minutes of
starting WPS push button for wireless AP.
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
●● If [Overlap] is displayed, WPS-push button is being
executed on 2 or more wireless AP. Please wait for a
short time and then retry.
Setting the IP address:
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
4 Press the
and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
to select [Network
Setting], and then press the .
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5 If setting the IP address manually, check
that [Manual] is selected, and press
OK
.
If obtaining the IP address automatically, press
the
to select [Auto], and press OK . Proceed to
step 10.
6 Enter the IP address using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
10 When the setup menu screen is
displayed, press
setup.
to complete the
11 For the confirmation message, check
that [Yes] is selected and press
OK
.
◆◆Print the Network Information to check that
the IP address and other network information
are properly set.
.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
5
operator panel.
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To move to the next box, press the
2 Check that [Reports] is selected and
.
press
7 Enter the subnet mask using the ten-key
pad, and press
OK
.
To move to the next box, press the
the ten-key pad, and press
OK
To move to the next box, press the
.
.
.
3 Press the
press
8 Enter the default gateway address using
OK
OK
.
to select [System] and
4 Press the
to select [Network
Information] and press OK .
5 For the confirmation message, check
.
that [Yes] is selected and press
9 Enter the DNS server and WINS server if
needed.
If it is not necessary to connect the DNS server
or WINS server to the network, press OK until
the pop-up message of showing the setting
completion is displayed.
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The Network Information is printed.
OK
.
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‰‰Step 2 Disabling the Sleep Mode in
the Machine
-- If you have entered an incorrect value,
press the <CLEAR> key and then enter
the correct value.
When connecting to the network with Bonjour,
it is necessary to disable the sleep mode in the
machine.
1 Press the <SETTING> key on the
operator panel.
b Repeat step a until all characters
required are entered.
c Press the
and press
and
.
to select [Enter]
OK
4 Press the
to select [User Install],
and press OK .
2 Press the
to select [Admin Setup],
OK
and press .
and press
6 Press the
press
OK
.
7 Press the
3 Enter the administrator password.
press
The factory default password is “aaaaaa”.
OK
.
8 Press the
displayed.
a Press , ,
, to select the
character you want, and then
press OK .
OK
to select [Power Save],
.
to select [Sleep], and
to select [OFF], and
until the top screen is
‰‰Step 3 Installing a Printer Driver
◆◆For Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.8
1 Check that your machine and the
computer are turned on and connected.
2 Insert “Software DVD-ROM” into the
computer.
3 Double-click the [OKI] icon on the
-- The selected character is entered as “*” in
the text field.
desktop.
4 Double-click [Drivers] folder > [PS]
or [PCL] folder > [Installer for OS X
10.5-10.8].
Follow the instructions displayed on the screen to
complete the installation.
5 From the Apple menu, select [System
Preferences].
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5 Press the
5
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6 Click [Print & Scan] (For Mac OS X
12 Check that your machine is displayed
10.5 and 10.6: [Print & Fax]).
in [Printers] and [OKI MB491(PS)]
or [OKI MB491(PCL)] is displayed in
[Kind].
7 Click [+] and select [Add Other Printer
or Scanner] on the pop-up menu.
For Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6, click [+].
Note
5
●● If [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI MB491(PCL)] is not
correctly displayed in [Kind], click [-] to remove
your machine from [Printers] and then redo the
procedure from step 8 to 12.
8 Click [Default].
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13 Close [Print & Scan] (For Mac OS X
10.5 and 10.6: [Print & Fax]).
14 Remove “Software DVD-ROM” from the
computer.
The installation is complete.
9 Select the name of your machine
whose [Kind] is [Bonjour], and then
check that [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI
MB491(PCL)] is displayed in [Print
Using].
The name of your machine is displayed “OKIMB491- (the last six digits of the MAC address)”.
◆◆Print a test page to check that the printer
driver is successfully installed on the
computer.
1 From the [Go] menu, select
[Applications] > [TextEdit].
2 Select the [File] menu > [Print].
3 Select the name of your machine from
[Printer].
4 Click [Print].
◆◆For Mac OS X 10.4.0 to 10.4.11
Memo
●● The following procedure uses Mac OS X 10.4.11 as an
example. The description may be differ depending on the
OS.
1 Check that your machine and the
10 Click [Add].
11 If the [Installable Options] window is
displayed, click [Continue].
computer are turned on and connected.
2 From the Apple menu, select [System
Preferences].
3 Select [Network].
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4 Select [Network Port Configurations]
from [Show], and then check that
[Built-in Ethernet] is selected.
11 Select the name of your machine whose
[Connection] is [Bonjour], and then
check that [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI
MB491(PCL)] is displayed in [Print
Using].
The name of your machine is displayed “OKIMB491- (the last six digits of the MAC address)”.
5 Close [Network].
5
6 Insert “Software DVD-ROM” into the
computer.
12 Click [Add].
desktop.
13 If the [Installable Options] window is
8 Double-click [Driver] folder > [PS]
displayed, click [Continue].
or [PCL] folder > [Installer for OS X
10.4].
14 Check that the name of your machine
is displayed in [Printer List], and then
close the window.
Follow the instructions displayed on the screen to
complete the installation.
9 From the [Go] menu, select [Utilities]
and then double-click [Printer Setup
Utility].
Note
●● If [Printer Setup Utility] is already running, close it
once and reopen.
15 Remove “Software DVD-ROM” from the
computer.
10 Click [Add].
The installation is complete.
◆◆Print a test page to check that the printer
driver is successfully installed on the
computer.
1 From the [Go] menu, select
If the [You have no printers available] dialog
box is displayed, click [Add].
[Applications] > [TextEdit].
2 Select the [File] menu > [Page setup].
3 Select the name of your machine from
[Format for].
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7 Double-click the [OKI] icon on the
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4 Check that [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI
MB491(PCL)] is displayed correctly
under [Format for].
„„ For USB Connection
Follow the procedure below to connect a
USB cable and install a printer driver on your
computer.
‰‰For Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.8
Note
●● Disable the anti-virus software before starting this
procedure.
1 Prepare a USB cable.
A USB cable is not supplied with your machine.
Prepare a USB 2.0 cable separately.
5 Click [OK].
6 Select the [File] menu > [Print].
7 Select the name of your machine from
[Printer].
5
Memo
8 Click [Print].
●● Use a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable for a USB 2.0 HiSpeed connection.
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2 Hold down the power switch for
approximately one second to turn off the
power. And turn off the computer.
3 Plug one end of the USB cable into the
USB interface connector on the back of
the machine.
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4 Plug the other end of the USB cable into
the computer’s USB interface connector.
11 Click [+] and select [Add Other Printer
or Scanner] on the pop-up menu.
For Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6, click [+].
Note
●● Do not plug the USB cable into the network interface
connection. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
Note
●● If the machine is already shown in [Printers], select
your machine, and click on [-] to delete. After this,
click [+].
5 Hold down the power switch for
12 Select the name of your machine
whose [Kind] is [USB], and then
check that [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI
MB491(PCL)] is displayed in [Print
Using].
6 Insert “Software DVD-ROM” into the
computer.
7 Double-click the [OKI] icon on the
13 Click [Add].
desktop.
8 Double-click [Drivers] folder > [PS]
or [PCL] folder > [Installer for OS X
10.5-10.8].
Follow the instructions displayed on the screen to
complete the installation.
9 From the Apple menu, select [System
Preferences].
10 Click [Print & Scan] (Mac OS X 10.5
and 10.6: [Print & Fax]).
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approximately one second to turn on the
power. And turn on the computer.
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14 Check that the name of your machine
is displayed in [Printers] and [OKI
MB491(PS)] or [OKI MB491(PCL)] is
displayed.
‰‰For Mac OS X 10.4.0 to 10.4.11
Memo
●● The procedure below uses Mac OS X 10.4.11 as an
example. The description may be different depending on
your OS.
1 Prepare a USB cable.
A USB cable is not supplied with your machine.
Prepare a USB 2.0 cable separately.
Memo
●● Use a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable for a USB 2.0 HiSpeed connection.
5
2 Hold down the power switch for
Note
approximately one second to turn off the
power.
●● If [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI MB491(PCL)] is not
correctly displayed, click [-] to remove your machine
from [Printers] and then redo the procedure from
steps 11 to 13.
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15 Close [Print & Scan] (Mac OS X 10.5
and 10.6: [Print & Fax]).
16 Remove “Software DVD-ROM” from the
computer.
The installation is complete.
◆◆Print a test page to check that the printer
driver is successfully installed on the
computer.
1 From the [Go] menu, select
3 Plug one end of the USB cable into the
USB interface connector on the back of
the machine.
[Applications] > [TextEdit].
2 Select the [File] menu > [Print].
3 Select the name of your machine from
[Printer].
4 Click [Print].
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4 Plug the other end of the USB cable into
the computer’s USB interface connector.
10 Click [Add].
If the [You have no printers available] dialog
box is displayed, click [Add].
Note
Note
●● If the name of your machine whose [connection]
is [USB] is already displayed, select it and click
[Delete], and then click [Add].
●● Do not plug the USB cable into the network interface
connection. Doing so may damage your machine.
5 Hold down the power switch for
11 Select the name of your machine whose
[Connection] is [USB], and then
check that [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI
MB491(PCL)] is displayed in [Print
Using].
6 Insert “Software DVD-ROM”.
7 Double-click the [OKI] icon on the
desktop.
12 Click [Add].
8 Double-click [Driver] folder > [PS]
13 Check that the name of your machine
or [PCL] folder > [Installer for OS X
10.4].
is displayed in [Printer List], and then
close the window.
Follow the instructions displayed on the screen to
complete the installation.
9 From the [Go] menu, select [Utilities],
and then double-click [Printer Setup
Utility].
Note
●● If [Printer Setup Utility] is already running, close
once and reopen.
14 Remove “Software DVD-ROM” from the
computer.
The installation is complete.
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Printing
approximately one second to turn on the
power. And turn on the computer.
Printing from a Computer
◆◆Print a test page to check that the printer
driver is successfully installed on the
computer.
Starting a Print Job
1 From the [Go] menu, select
This section explains how to configure the print
settings such as paper size, paper source, and
media weight, and start printing on each printer
driver you are using.
2 Select the [File] menu > [Page setup].
You need to install a printer driver on the
computer before starting a print job.
[Applications] > [TextEdit].
3 Select the name of your machine from
[Format for].
4 Check that [OKI MB491(PS)] or [OKI
MB491(PCL)] is displayed correctly
under [Format for].
5 Click [OK].
5
Memo
●● This section uses NotePad in Windows and TextEdit in Mac
OS X as examples. The display and procedure may differ
according to the operating system, the applications, and
the version of the printer driver you are using.
●● For additional information on the setting items on the
printer driver, refer to the driver’s help.
6 Select the [File] menu > [Print].
For Windows PCL/PCL XPS Printer
Driver
7 Select the name of your machine from
1 Open the file you want to print from an
[Printer].
Printing
8 Click [Print].
application.
2 From the [File] menu of the application,
select [Print].
3 Select the PCL or PCL XPS driver.
4 Click [Preferences].
5 On the [Setup] tab, select a paper size
from [Size].
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6 Select a tray from [Source].
6 Select a tray from [Paper Source].
Reference
●● If you select [Auto] for a paper source, the tray with
the designated paper type is automatically selected.
For details on the automatic selection of trays, refer
to the User’s Manual (Advanced) > “4. Printing” >
“Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer” >
“Auto Tray Selection”.
7 Select a media weight from [Weight].
Memo
●● For general use, [Printer Setting] suffices for
paper weight. When you select [Printer Setting],
the paper weight setting configured on the operator
panel menu of the machine is applied.
8 Click [OK].
Reference
9 Click [Print].
●● If you select [Automatically Select] for a paper
source, the tray with the designated paper type is
automatically selected. For details on the automatic
selection of trays, refer to the User’s Manual
(Advanced) > “4. Printing” > “Useful Operations for
Printing From a Computer” > “Auto Tray Selection”.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print from an
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print] to
open the print dialog box.
7 Click [Advanced].
8 Click [Paper Size] and select a paper
size from the drop-down list.
3 Select the PS driver.
4 Click [Preferences].
9 Click [Media Type] and select the
media type from the drop-down list.
5 Select the [Paper/Quality] tab.
Memo
●● For general use, [Printer Setting] suffices for
paper weight. When you select [Printer Setting],
the paper weight setting configured on the operator
panel menu of the machine is applied.
10 Click [OK].
11 Click [OK].
12 Click [Print].
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Printing
application.
5
Printing from a Computer
9 Select [Insert Option] from [Feature
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
Sets].
1 Open the file you want to print from an
application.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Page
Setup].
3 Select the PS driver from [Format For].
10 Select a media type from [Media Type].
Memo
5
4 Select a paper size from [Paper Size]
Printing
●● For general use, [Printer Setting] suffices for
paper weight. When you select [Printer Setting],
the paper weight setting configured on the operator
panel menu of the machine is applied.
5 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
11 Click [Print].
6 Select [Paper Feed] from the panel
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
and then click [OK].
menu.
1 Open the file you want to print from an
application.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Page
Setup].
3 Select the PCL driver from [Format
For].
Memo
●● If the print dialog box contains only two menus and
does not contain the options you expect to see,
click the [Show Details] button for Mac OS X 10.7
and 10.8, or click the disclosure triangle beside the
[Printer] menu for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6.
7 Select a tray on the [Paper Feed]
panel.
4 Select a paper size from [Paper Size]
Reference
●● If you select [Auto Select] for a paper source, the
tray with the designated paper type is automatically
selected. For details on the automatic selection of
trays, refer to the User’s Manual (Advanced) > “4.
Printing” > “Useful Operations for Printing From a
Computer” > “Auto Tray Selection”.
and then click [OK].
5 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
6 Select [Setup] from the panel menu.
Memo
●● If the print dialog box contains only two menus and
does not contain the options you expect to see,
click the [Show Details] button for Mac OS X 10.7
and 10.8, or click the disclosure triangle beside the
[Printer] menu for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6.
8 Select [Printer Features] from the
panel menu.
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7 Select a tray from the [Paper Source].
Reference
●● If you select [Auto] for a paper source, the tray with
the designated paper type is automatically selected.
For details on the automatic selection of trays, refer
to the User’s Manual (Advanced) > “4. Printing” >
“Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer” >
“Auto Tray Selection”.
Memo
●● For general use, [Printer Setting] suffices for
paper weight. When you select [Printer Setting],
the paper weight setting configured on the operator
panel menu of the machine is applied.
9 Click [Print].
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8 Select a media type from the [Weight] .
5
Index
A
I
ActKey...........................82, 83
Infrastructure mode.............. 14
C
Component Name
Initial Setup
Fax.................. 26, 27, 31
Fax from Computer
Machine...................... 10
.............. 26, 27, 41, 42
Operator Panel............. 12
Print from Computer.... 101
Configuration....................... 22
Scan to E-mail.............. 51
Connection
Scan to Local PC........... 77
ADSL.......................... 29
Business Phone............ 30
Scan to Network PC...... 61
Installation
CS Tuner..................... 30
Environment................ 13
Digital Television........... 30
Space......................... 13
Fax And Telephone........ 28
Installing
Fax Only...................... 27
ActKey...................82, 83
Home Telephone........... 30
Fax Driver...............41, 47
Internal Telephone........ 31
Printer Driver (Mac OS X)
IP Telephone................ 29
PBX............................ 30
..................... 115, 118
Printer Driver (Windows)
..................... 105, 108
Copy
Procedure.................... 23
Scanner Driver (Mac OS X)
Country Code....................... 26
.............................. 95
D
Date/Time........................... 32
Dial Type............................. 31
F
Scanner Driver (Windows)
.........................82, 83
Connection.................. 27
Receiving..................... 40
Sending....................... 38
Setup............... 26, 27, 31
Fax Driver......................41, 47
Fax from Computer
Sending....................... 50
Setup............... 26, 27, 31
Faxing................................. 25
Procedure.................. 122
Setup........................ 101
Printing............................. 101
Printing Configuration........... 22
Printing Network
Information................... 105
Procedure
Copy........................... 23
Fax............................. 38
Fax from Computer....... 50
Print from Computer.... 122
Scan to E-mail.............. 59
Scan to Local PC........... 97
Scan to Network PC...... 76
Product Requirements (Fax)
Windows..................... 41
Product Requirements (Print)
Mac OS X.................. 110
Windows................... 101
Product Requirements
(Scan to Local PC)
Mac OS X.................... 90
Windows..................... 77
Installing Machine................ 13
R
L
Reception Mode.................... 37
Loading Paper...................... 20
S
Setup.......................... 21
Fax
Print from Computer
N
Network Information........... 105
P
PBX.................................... 35
Printer Driver (Mac OS X)
............................ 115, 118
Printer Driver (Windows)
............................ 105, 108
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Scanner Driver (Mac OS X).... 95
Scanner Driver (Windows)
.................................82, 83
Scanning............................. 51
Scan to E-mail
Procedure.................... 59
Setup.......................... 51
Scan to Local PC
Procedure.................... 97
Setup.......................... 77
Index
Scan to Network PC
Procedure.................... 76
Setup.......................... 61
Security Settings.................. 14
Sender Information.............. 33
Setup Information
Form..........................56, 65
SSID.................................. 14
Super G3............................. 36
T
Tray Setting......................... 21
Turning Off Machine.............. 19
Turning On Machine.............. 19
W
WPS.................. 14, 42, 53, 62,
79, 87, 92, 103, 112
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4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,Tokyo
108-8551, Japan
www.okiprintingsolutions.com
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