User’s Guide [Network Administrator]
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this machine.
This User’s Guide describes setting methods for each function utilizing bizhub 501/421/361, mainly using the
PageScope Web Connection. In order to allow functionality of this product fully and to use it effectively,
please read through this User’s Guide, and then get started.
In order to operate the product safely and properly, be sure to read the Quick Guide
[Copy/Print/Fax/Scan/Box Operations].
For descriptions on trademarks and copyrights, refer to the [Trademarks/Copyrights].
Illustrations shown in the User’s Guide may differ from actual machine.
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Table of contents
Introduction
Table of contents....................................................................................................................................................x-2
About this manual...................................................................................................................................................x-9
Contents ..................................................................................................................................................x-9
Representation of product name .............................................................................................................x-9
Explanation of manual conventions .......................................................................................................x-10
User’s Guides........................................................................................................................................................x-12
Printed manual .......................................................................................................................................x-12
User’s Guide CD manuals .....................................................................................................................x-12
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Setup items by operation
1.1
Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication ....................................................... 1-2
Network Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-2
TCP/IP Settings ........................................................................................................................................1-3
Device Setting...........................................................................................................................................1-4
1.2
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
Using PageScope Web Connection .................................................................................................... 1-5
TCP/IP Settings ........................................................................................................................................1-5
PSWC Settings .........................................................................................................................................1-5
TCP Socket Setting ..................................................................................................................................1-6
SSL/TLS Setting .......................................................................................................................................1-6
1.3
Logging in to Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection................................................ 1-7
1.4
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
1.4.5
1.4.6
Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication .......................................... 1-8
Create a self-signed Certificate ................................................................................................................1-9
Request a Certificate ..............................................................................................................................1-10
Install a Certificate ..................................................................................................................................1-11
Set an Encryption Strength ....................................................................................................................1-12
Set Mode using SSL ...............................................................................................................................1-13
Remove a certificate ...............................................................................................................................1-13
1.5
1.5.1
1.5.2
Acquiring the certificate for this machine ........................................................................................ 1-14
Create a certificate .................................................................................................................................1-14
Download a certificate ............................................................................................................................1-14
1.6
1.6.1
1.6.2
Registering a user certificate in this machine ................................................................................. 1-15
E-mail Address .......................................................................................................................................1-15
Automatically Obtain Certificates ...........................................................................................................1-16
1.7
1.7.1
1.7.2
1.7.3
1.7.4
Specifying the date and time on this machine................................................................................. 1-18
Manual Setting........................................................................................................................................1-18
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-19
Time Zone...............................................................................................................................................1-19
Time Adjustment Setting ........................................................................................................................1-19
1.8
1.8.1
1.8.2
1.8.3
1.8.4
Sending scan data to a Windows computer .................................................................................... 1-21
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-21
Client Setting ..........................................................................................................................................1-22
Direct Hosting Setting ............................................................................................................................1-23
WINS Setting ..........................................................................................................................................1-24
1.9
1.9.1
1.9.2
Sending scan data by E-mail ............................................................................................................. 1-25
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-25
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-26
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-26
Admin. E-mail Address ...........................................................................................................................1-27
1.9.3
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS ......................................................................................................................1-28
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-28
Action for Invalid Certificate ...................................................................................................................1-28
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1.9.4
1.9.5
SMTP Authentication..............................................................................................................................1-29
POP before SMTP ..................................................................................................................................1-29
POP before SMTP ..................................................................................................................................1-29
E-mail RX (POP)......................................................................................................................................1-30
1.9.6
POP over SSL.........................................................................................................................................1-31
E-mail RX (POP)......................................................................................................................................1-31
Action for Invalid Certificate ...................................................................................................................1-31
1.9.7
APOP Authentication ..............................................................................................................................1-32
1.10
1.10.1
1.10.2
1.10.3
1.10.4
1.10.5
1.10.6
1.10.7
1.10.8
1.10.9
Sending scan data by E-mail (With the digital signature attached) ............................................... 1-33
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-33
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-33
Create a certificate .................................................................................................................................1-33
S/MIME ...................................................................................................................................................1-34
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS ......................................................................................................................1-34
SMTP Authentication..............................................................................................................................1-34
POP before SMTP ..................................................................................................................................1-34
POP over SSL.........................................................................................................................................1-35
APOP Authentication ..............................................................................................................................1-35
1.11
1.11.1
1.11.2
1.11.3
1.11.4
1.11.5
1.11.6
1.11.7
1.11.8
Sending scan data by E-mail (Public key-based encryption) ......................................................... 1-36
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-36
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-36
S/MIME ...................................................................................................................................................1-37
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS ......................................................................................................................1-37
SMTP Authentication..............................................................................................................................1-37
POP before SMTP ..................................................................................................................................1-37
POP over SSL.........................................................................................................................................1-37
APOP Authentication ..............................................................................................................................1-38
1.12
1.12.1
1.12.2
1.12.3
1.12.4
1.12.5
Searching for E-mail addresses from the LDAP server .................................................................. 1-39
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-39
Manual Destination Input........................................................................................................................1-39
LDAP Setting ..........................................................................................................................................1-40
Setting Up LDAP.....................................................................................................................................1-41
LDAP over SSL .......................................................................................................................................1-42
Setting Up LDAP.....................................................................................................................................1-42
Action for Invalid Certificate ...................................................................................................................1-43
1.12.6
1.12.7
DNS Server Settings...............................................................................................................................1-43
Date/Time Setting ...................................................................................................................................1-43
1.13
1.13.1
1.13.2
Sending scan data by FTP ................................................................................................................. 1-44
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-44
FTP TX Setting........................................................................................................................................1-45
1.14
1.14.1
1.14.2
1.14.3
Sending scan data by WebDAV ......................................................................................................... 1-46
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-46
WebDAV Settings ...................................................................................................................................1-47
WebDAV over SSL..................................................................................................................................1-48
1.15
1.15.1
1.15.2
1.15.3
Sending an Internet fax ...................................................................................................................... 1-49
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-49
Internet Fax Function..............................................................................................................................1-50
Regist machine information ....................................................................................................................1-51
Device Mail Address ...............................................................................................................................1-51
Machine Setting......................................................................................................................................1-52
1.15.4
1.15.5
1.15.6
1.15.7
1.15.8
1.15.9
Header Information .................................................................................................................................1-53
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-54
I-Fax Advanced Setting ..........................................................................................................................1-54
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS ......................................................................................................................1-54
SMTP Authentication..............................................................................................................................1-55
POP before SMTP ..................................................................................................................................1-55
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1.15.10
1.15.11
POP over SSL.........................................................................................................................................1-55
APOP Authentication ..............................................................................................................................1-55
1.16
1.16.1
1.16.2
1.16.3
1.16.4
1.16.5
1.16.6
Receiving Internet faxes .................................................................................................................... 1-56
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-56
Internet Fax Function..............................................................................................................................1-56
E-mail RX (POP)......................................................................................................................................1-57
I-Fax Advance Setting ............................................................................................................................1-58
POP over SSL.........................................................................................................................................1-58
APOP Authentication ..............................................................................................................................1-58
1.17
1.17.1
1.17.2
1.17.3
1.17.4
1.17.5
Sending and receiving IP address faxes .......................................................................................... 1-59
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-59
IP Address Fax Function ........................................................................................................................1-59
SMTP TX Setting ....................................................................................................................................1-60
SMTP RX Setting ....................................................................................................................................1-61
Header Information .................................................................................................................................1-61
1.18
1.18.1
1.18.2
1.18.3
Importing images in the box using the TWAIN scan ....................................................................... 1-62
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-62
SLP Setting.............................................................................................................................................1-62
TCP Socket Setting ................................................................................................................................1-63
1.19
1.19.1
1.19.2
1.19.3
Printing (LPR/Port9100)...................................................................................................................... 1-64
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-64
LPD Setting.............................................................................................................................................1-64
RAW Port Number ..................................................................................................................................1-64
1.20
1.20.1
1.20.2
1.20.3
1.20.4
Printing (SMB) ..................................................................................................................................... 1-65
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-65
Print Setting ............................................................................................................................................1-66
WINS Setting ..........................................................................................................................................1-66
Direct Hosting Setting ............................................................................................................................1-66
1.21
1.21.1
1.21.2
1.21.3
Printing (IPP) ....................................................................................................................................... 1-67
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-67
IPP Setting..............................................................................................................................................1-68
IPP Authentication Setting......................................................................................................................1-69
1.22
1.22.1
1.22.2
1.22.3
1.22.4
Printing (IPPS) ..................................................................................................................................... 1-70
TCP/IP Setting ........................................................................................................................................1-70
IPP Setting..............................................................................................................................................1-70
SSL/TLS Setting .....................................................................................................................................1-70
IPP Authentication Setting......................................................................................................................1-70
1.23
Printing (Bonjour)................................................................................................................................ 1-71
Bonjour Setting .......................................................................................................................................1-71
1.24
Printing (AppleTalk) ............................................................................................................................ 1-72
AppleTalk Setting ...................................................................................................................................1-72
1.25
1.25.1
Printing (NetWare) .............................................................................................................................. 1-73
NetWare Setting .....................................................................................................................................1-73
For Remote Printer mode with NetWare 4.x bindery emulation.............................................................1-73
For the print server mode with NetWare 4.x bindery emulation.............................................................1-74
For NetWare 4.x Remote Printer mode (NDS) ........................................................................................1-74
For NetWare 4.x/5.x/6 Print Server mode (NDS) ....................................................................................1-75
For NetWare 5.x/6 Novell Distributed Print Service (NDPS)...................................................................1-75
1.25.2
NetWare Status ......................................................................................................................................1-76
1.26
1.26.1
1.26.2
1.26.3
Using the WS print function............................................................................................................... 1-77
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-77
Web Service Common Settings .............................................................................................................1-78
Printer Settings .......................................................................................................................................1-79
1.27
Using the WS scan function............................................................................................................... 1-80
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1.27.1
1.27.2
1.27.3
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-80
Web Service Common Settings .............................................................................................................1-81
Scanner Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-82
1.28
1.28.1
1.28.2
1.28.3
Using SSL for communication from Vista/7/Server 2008 to this machine with Web service...... 1-83
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-83
SSL/TLS Setting .....................................................................................................................................1-83
Web Service Common Settings .............................................................................................................1-83
1.29
1.29.1
1.29.2
1.29.3
Using SSL for communication from this machine to Vista/7/Server 2008 with Web service...... 1-84
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-84
Web Service Common Settings .............................................................................................................1-84
Action for Invalid Certificate ...................................................................................................................1-85
1.30
1.30.1
1.30.2
1.30.3
Monitoring this machine using the SNMP manager........................................................................ 1-86
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-86
NetWare Setting .....................................................................................................................................1-87
SNMP Setting .........................................................................................................................................1-88
1.31
1.31.1
1.31.2
1.31.3
1.31.4
1.31.5
1.31.6
1.31.7
1.31.8
Providing notification of the status of this machine (E-mail) ......................................................... 1-90
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-90
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-90
Status Notification Setting......................................................................................................................1-91
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS ......................................................................................................................1-92
SMTP Authentication..............................................................................................................................1-92
POP before SMTP ..................................................................................................................................1-92
POP over SSL.........................................................................................................................................1-92
APOP Authentication ..............................................................................................................................1-92
1.32
1.32.1
1.32.2
1.32.3
1.32.4
Providing notification of the status of this machine (TRAP)........................................................... 1-93
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-93
NetWare Setting .....................................................................................................................................1-94
TRAP Setting ..........................................................................................................................................1-94
Status Notification Setting......................................................................................................................1-94
1.33
1.33.1
1.33.2
1.33.3
1.33.4
1.33.5
1.33.6
1.33.7
1.33.8
1.33.9
Providing notification of the counter information status of this machine via E-mail................... 1-95
TCP/IP Settings ......................................................................................................................................1-95
E-mail TX (SMTP)....................................................................................................................................1-96
Total Counter Notification Setting ..........................................................................................................1-97
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS ......................................................................................................................1-97
SMTP Authentication..............................................................................................................................1-98
POP before SMTP ..................................................................................................................................1-98
POP over SSL.........................................................................................................................................1-98
APOP Authentication ..............................................................................................................................1-98
Meter Count............................................................................................................................................1-98
1.34
1.34.1
1.34.2
1.34.3
Limiting users using this machine (Machine authentication) ......................................................... 1-99
User Auth/Account Track .....................................................................................................................1-100
User Registration ..................................................................................................................................1-101
Account Track Registration ..................................................................................................................1-103
1.35
1.35.1
1.35.2
1.35.3
1.35.4
1.35.5
Limiting users using this machine (Active Directory).................................................................... 1-104
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-104
External Server Registration .................................................................................................................1-105
User Auth/Account Track .....................................................................................................................1-106
Default Function Permission.................................................................................................................1-107
Date/Time Setting .................................................................................................................................1-107
1.36
1.36.1
1.36.2
1.36.3
1.36.4
Limiting users using this machine (Windows domain/workgroup).............................................. 1-108
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-108
External Server Registration .................................................................................................................1-109
User Auth/Account Track .....................................................................................................................1-110
Default Function Permission.................................................................................................................1-110
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1.36.5
1.36.6
1.36.7
Client Setting ........................................................................................................................................1-111
WINS Setting ........................................................................................................................................1-111
Direct Hosting Setting ..........................................................................................................................1-111
1.37
1.37.1
1.37.2
1.37.3
1.37.4
Limiting users using this machine (NDS)........................................................................................ 1-112
External Server Registration .................................................................................................................1-112
User Auth/Account Track .....................................................................................................................1-113
Default Function Permission.................................................................................................................1-113
NetWare Setting ...................................................................................................................................1-114
1.38
1.38.1
1.38.2
1.38.3
1.38.4
Limiting users using this machine (NDS over TCP/IP) .................................................................. 1-115
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-115
External Server Registration .................................................................................................................1-116
User Auth/Account Track .....................................................................................................................1-117
Default Function Permission.................................................................................................................1-117
1.39
1.39.1
1.39.2
1.39.3
1.39.4
1.39.5
Limiting users using this machine (LDAP)...................................................................................... 1-118
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-118
External Server Registration .................................................................................................................1-119
User Auth/Account Track .....................................................................................................................1-120
Default Function Permission.................................................................................................................1-120
LDAP over SSL .....................................................................................................................................1-121
External Server Registration .................................................................................................................1-121
Action for Invalid Certificate .................................................................................................................1-121
1.40
1.40.1
1.40.2
Performing IP address filtering ....................................................................................................... 1-122
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-122
IP Filtering.............................................................................................................................................1-123
1.41
Communicating using IPv6 .............................................................................................................. 1-124
TCP/IP Setting ......................................................................................................................................1-125
1.42
1.42.1
1.42.2
1.42.3
1.42.4
1.42.5
Communicating using IPsec............................................................................................................ 1-127
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-127
IPsec .....................................................................................................................................................1-128
IKE Setting ............................................................................................................................................1-129
SA Setting.............................................................................................................................................1-129
Peer ......................................................................................................................................................1-130
1.43
1.43.1
1.43.2
1.43.3
1.43.4
1.43.5
Authentication of IEEE802.1X .......................................................................................................... 1-131
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-131
Installation of the client certificate ........................................................................................................1-131
Installation of CA Certificate .................................................................................................................1-132
IEEE802.1X Authentication Setting.......................................................................................................1-133
IEEE802.1X Authentication Trial ...........................................................................................................1-135
1.44
1.44.1
1.44.2
1.44.3
1.44.4
1.44.5
Using the TCP Socket/OpenAPI function....................................................................................... 1-136
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-136
SSL/TLS Setting ...................................................................................................................................1-136
TCP Socket Setting ..............................................................................................................................1-137
OpenAPI Setting ...................................................................................................................................1-138
SSDP Setting ........................................................................................................................................1-139
1.45
1.45.1
1.45.2
1.45.3
1.45.4
Using FTP server/WebDAV server functions ................................................................................. 1-140
TCP/IP Settings ....................................................................................................................................1-140
SSL/TLS Setting ...................................................................................................................................1-140
FTP Server Setting................................................................................................................................1-141
WebDAV Server Settings......................................................................................................................1-142
1.46
1.46.1
Other items on the Maintenance tab .............................................................................................. 1-143
Using external memory.........................................................................................................................1-143
External Memory Function Settings .....................................................................................................1-143
1.46.2
Using the timer function .......................................................................................................................1-144
Power Save Setting ..............................................................................................................................1-144
Weekly Timer Setting............................................................................................................................1-145
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1.46.3
Importing or exporting setting information ...........................................................................................1-146
Import/Export........................................................................................................................................1-146
1.46.4
Resetting setting information................................................................................................................1-147
Network Setting Clear ..........................................................................................................................1-147
Reset.....................................................................................................................................................1-148
Format All Destination ..........................................................................................................................1-148
1.46.5
Specifying support information ............................................................................................................1-149
Online Assistance .................................................................................................................................1-149
1.46.6
Registering the header or footer...........................................................................................................1-150
Header/Footer Registration ..................................................................................................................1-150
1.46.7
Checking the ROM version...................................................................................................................1-151
ROM Version.........................................................................................................................................1-151
1.46.8
Extending functions of MFP .................................................................................................................1-152
Get Request Code ................................................................................................................................1-152
Install License .......................................................................................................................................1-153
1.47
1.47.1
Other items on the Security tab ...................................................................................................... 1-154
Limiting accessible destinations by user..............................................................................................1-154
Reference Allowed Group Registration ................................................................................................1-154
Public User Reference Setting..............................................................................................................1-155
1.47.2
Restricting address registration by a user............................................................................................1-155
Permission of Address Change ............................................................................................................1-155
1.47.3
Specifying the auto logout time............................................................................................................1-156
Auto Logout ..........................................................................................................................................1-156
1.47.4
Specifying the administrator password ................................................................................................1-157
Administrator Password Setting ...........................................................................................................1-157
1.48
1.48.1
Box tab settings ................................................................................................................................ 1-158
Changing user box settings or deleting a user box..............................................................................1-158
Open User Box .....................................................................................................................................1-158
1.48.2
Creating a new user box.......................................................................................................................1-159
Create User Box ...................................................................................................................................1-159
1.48.3
Changing system box settings or deleting system boxes....................................................................1-160
Open System User Box ........................................................................................................................1-160
1.48.4
Creating a new system user box ..........................................................................................................1-161
Create System User Box ......................................................................................................................1-161
1.49
1.49.1
Print Setting tab settings ................................................................................................................. 1-163
Specifying initial settings for the print function ....................................................................................1-163
Basic Setting.........................................................................................................................................1-163
1.49.2
Specifying settings for PCL/PS/XPS print ............................................................................................1-165
PCL Settings.........................................................................................................................................1-165
PS Setting.............................................................................................................................................1-165
TIFF/PDF Setting ..................................................................................................................................1-166
XPS Settings.........................................................................................................................................1-166
1.49.3
Specifying the interface timeout ...........................................................................................................1-167
Interface Setting ...................................................................................................................................1-167
1.50
1.50.1
Store Address tab settings .............................................................................................................. 1-168
Registering or editing an address book destination.............................................................................1-168
Address Book .......................................................................................................................................1-168
Icon .......................................................................................................................................................1-172
1.50.2
Registering or editing a group destination ...........................................................................................1-173
Group....................................................................................................................................................1-173
1.50.3
Registering or editing a program destination .......................................................................................1-174
Program address ..................................................................................................................................1-174
1.50.4
Registering or editing destinations to be temporarily used ..................................................................1-183
Temporary One-Touch .........................................................................................................................1-184
1.50.5
Registering E-mail subject or text ........................................................................................................1-184
Subject..................................................................................................................................................1-184
Text.......................................................................................................................................................1-184
1.50.6
Using an application registered in an external server ..........................................................................1-185
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Application Registration .......................................................................................................................1-186
1.50.7
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3
4
Simplifying E-mail address entry ..........................................................................................................1-188
Prefix/Suffix ..........................................................................................................................................1-188
Network Settings
2.1
Displaying the Network Settings screen ............................................................................................ 2-2
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
Network Settings menu list ................................................................................................................. 2-4
Network Settings screen (1/2) ..................................................................................................................2-4
Network Settings screen (2/2) ................................................................................................................2-14
Appendix
3.1
Product Specifications (Network functions) ...................................................................................... 3-2
3.2
Glossary................................................................................................................................................. 3-3
Index
4.1
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About this manual
This document is a user’s guide summarizing setup procedures for enabling effective usages of the product
utilizing the networking functions. For copy, scan, box, and fax operations, refer to the respective User’s
Guides.
This manual is intended for persons with basic knowledge of computers and the copier. For details on the
Windows or Macintosh operating systems, or software applications, refer to the respective manuals.
Contents
This manual consists of the following chapters:
Chapter 1 Setup items by operation
Chapter 2 Network Settings
Chapter 3 Appendix
Chapter 4 Index
Representation of product name
501/421/361
Product name
Representation
bizhub 501/421/361
Machine, copier, or printer
Microsoft Windows
Windows
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Explanation of manual conventions
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User’s Guides
This machine is provided with printed manuals and PDF manuals on the User’s Guide CD.
Printed manual
Quick Guide [Copy/Print/Fax/Scan/Box Operations]
This manual contains operating procedures and descriptions of the most frequently used functions, allowing
the machine to immediately be used.
In addition, this manual contains notes and precautions that should be followed for safe use of the machine.
Be sure to read this manual before using the machine.
User’s Guide CD manuals
User’s Guide [Copy Operations]
This manual contains descriptions of the Copy mode operations and machine maintenance.
Refer to this manual for details on the paper and originals, copy procedures using convenient Application
functions, replacing consumables, and troubleshooting operations such as clearing paper misfeeds.
User’s Guide [Enlarge Display Operations]
This manual contains details on operating procedures in Enlarge Display mode.
Refer to this manual for details on using copy, scanner, G3 fax, and network fax operations in Enlarge Display
mode.
User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)]
This manual contains details of the printing functions that can be specified with the optional image controller.
Refer to this manual for operating procedures on using the printing functions.
User’s Guide [Box Operations]
This manual contains operating procedures for using the user boxes on the optional hard disk.
Refer to this manual for details on saving data in user boxes, retrieving data from user boxes and transferring
data.
User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network Fax Operations]
This manual contains details on the network scan, G3 fax, and network fax operations.
Refer to this manual for details on using network scan function by E-Mail or FTP, G3 fax, Internet fax and IP
address fax operations.
In order to use the fax functions, the optional fax kit must be purchased separately.
User’s Guide [Fax Driver Operations]
This manual contains details of the fax driver functions that can be used to send a fax directly from a
computer.
Refer to this manual for operating procedures on using the PC-FAX functions.
In order to use the fax functions, the optional fax kit must be purchased separately.
User’s Guide [Network Administrator] (this manual)
This manual contains descriptions on setting methods for each function utilizing network connection, mainly
using the PageScope Web Connection.
Refer to this manual for details on using network functions.
User’s Guide [Advanced Function Operations]
The descriptions and the directions for use are given of each of the functions that can be used effectively by
registering the license kit optionally provided and each of the functions that can be used by linking up with
the application.
In order to make an effective use of each function, refer to the User's Guide.
Trademarks/Copyrights
This manual contains descriptions on trademarks and copyrights.
Be sure to read this manual before using the machine
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Setup items by operation
1.1
Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication
1
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment. To use this machine by connecting to
the network, specify these settings in advance.
Network Settings
On the Administrator Settings screen of the control panel, select [Network Settings] - [1 Network Settings] [ON].
2
Note
For details on displaying the Network Setting screen, refer to "Displaying the Network Settings
screen" on page 2-2.
2
Reminder
In order to apply all changes to the network settings, turn off this machine, then on again.
When turning off the main power switch and turning it on again, wait for 10 seconds or longer after
power-off, and then turn on the power again. The machine may not operate correctly if it is turned on
immediately after being turned off.
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TCP/IP Settings
On the Administrator Settings screen of the control panel, select [Network Settings] - [2 TCP/IP Settings].
Specify the following settings.
2
Note
For details on displaying the Network Setting screen, refer to "Displaying the Network Settings
screen" on page 2-2.
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TCP/IP Settings
Select [ON].
Prior confirmation
IP Application Method
Select whether the IP address is automatically acquired or
directly specified.
IP Application Method
Auto Setting
To automatically acquire the IP address, select the automatic acquisition method.
IP Address
To directly specify the IP address, specify the IP address of
this machine.
IP address of this machine
Subnet Mask
To directly specify the IP address, specify the subnet mask
of the network to be connected.
Subnet mask of this machine
Default Gateway
To directly specify the IP address, specify the default gateway of the network to be connected.
Default gateway of this
machine
Dynamic DNS Settings
To automatically register the host name specified with [DNS
Host Name] for the DNS server that supports the Dynamic
DNS function, select [Enable].
Whether Dynamic DNS is
used
DNS Host Name
Specify the host name of this machine (up to 63 characters).
DNS Domain Name Auto
Retrieval
Select whether to automatically acquire the name of the DNS
domain.
This item is enabled when the DHCP is enabled.
Whether automatic acquisition is available with
DHCP
Default DNS Domain
Name
If not acquiring the DNS domain name automatically, specify
the domain name to which this machine belongs (up to 255
characters including the host name).
Default Domain Name
DNS Search Domain
Name 1 to 3
Specify the DNS search domain name (up to 253 characters
including the host name).
DNS Server Auto Obtain
Specify whether to automatically acquire the DNS server address.
This item is enabled when the DHCP is enabled.
Whether automatic acquisition is available with
DHCP
Priority DNS Server
If not automatically acquiring the DNS server address, specify the address of the priority DNS server.
Address of the server
Secondary DNS Server 1
and 2
Specify the address of an alternate DNS server.
Address of the server
IP application method to
be used
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Device Setting
On the Administrator Settings screen of the control panel, select [Network Settings] - [Forward] - [8 Detail
Settings] - [1 Device Setting].
Specify the following settings.
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MAC Address
Displays the MAC address of the network interface card for
this machine.
Network Speed
Specify the network speed.
Prior confirmation
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1.2
1
Using PageScope Web Connection
Specify settings for using PageScope Web Connection. This manual describes how to specify settings
required for each operation using PageScope Web Connection.
PageScope Web Connection is a device management utility supported by the HTTP server integrated into
this machine. Using a Web browser on a computer connected to the network, machine settings can be
specified and the status of the machine can be checked. Some settings can be specified from the computer
instead of from the machine control panel.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
PSWC Settings
TCP Socket Setting
Use with SSL?
Yes
No
SSL/TLS Setting
Finish
1.2.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.2.2
PSWC Settings
On the Administrator Settings screen of the control panel, select [Network Settings] - [4 HTTP Server
Settings].
Specify the following setting.
2
Note
For details on displaying the Network Setting screen, refer to "Displaying the Network Settings
screen" on page 2-2.
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PSWC Settings
Select [ON].
Prior confirmation
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1.2.3
1
TCP Socket Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP Socket Setting".
Specify the following settings.
2
Note
For details on logging in to Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, refer to "Logging in
to Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection" on page 1-7.
1.2.4
Item
Definition
TCP Socket
(ASCII Mode)
To use in the Flash format, select the "TCP Socket (ASCII
Mode)" check box.
Port No.
(ASCII Mode)
Specify the port number.
Prior confirmation
SSL/TLS Setting
Specifying settings for SSL-based communication
For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
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1.3
1
Logging in to Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection
To specify settings for this machine with PageScope Web Connection, Administrator mode must be logged
in. The following shows how to log in to Administrator mode.
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Detail
When logged in to Administrator mode, the control panel of the machine is locked and cannot be used.
Depending on the status of the machine, you may not be able to log in to Administrator mode.
1
In the login page, select "Administrator", and then click the [Login] button.
–
If necessary, select the display language and format. If "When in warning, the dialog is displayed."
check box is selected, warning messages appear during operation after logging in.
2
Enter the password for the machine’s administrator.
3
Click the [OK] button.
The Administrator mode page appears.
2
Reminder
If "Prohibited Functions When Authentication Error" in Administrator mode is set to "Mode 2" and an
incorrect password is entered the specified number of times, it is no longer possible to log in to
Administrator mode. For details on the "Prohibited Functions When Authentication Failed" parameter,
refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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1
Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication
Specify settings to create a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication.
Creating a certificate for this machine encrypts communication from a client computer to this machine using
SSL in order to prevent disclosure of communication contents and password.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
➀ Self-sign
➁ Issue by the certification authority
➀
➁
Create a self-signed Certificate
Request a Certificate
Install a Certificate
Set an Encryption Strength
Set Mode using SSL
Finish
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Detail
When specifying the following settings, communication from a client computer to this machine can be
encrypted using SSL. For details, refer to the respective sections.
"Using PageScope Web Connection" on page 1-5
"Printing (IPPS)" on page 1-70
"Using SSL for communication from Vista/7/Server 2008 to this machine with Web service" on
page 1-83
"Using the TCP Socket/OpenAPI function" on page 1-136
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1.4.1
1
Create a self-signed Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - [Setup]
- "Create a self-signed Certificate".
Specify the following settings.
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Common Name
Displays the IP address or domain name of the machine.
Organization
Enter the name of the organization or group used for creating
an organization certificate (up to 63 characters).
Organizational Unit
Enter the name of the account used for creating an account
certificate (up to 63 characters).
Locality
Enter the name of the locality used for creating a locality certificate (up to 127 characters).
State/Province
Enter the name of the state/province used for creating a
state/province certificate (up to 127 characters).
Country
When creating a country certificate, enter a two-character
country code regulated by ISO 3166.
United States: US, Great Britain: GB, Italy: IT, Australia: AU,
The Netherlands: NL, Canada: CA, Spain: ES, Czech Republic: CZ, China: CN, Denmark: DK, Germany: DE, Japan: JP,
France: FR, Belgium: BE, Russia: RU
Admin. E-mail Address
Enter the address for the administrator (up to 128 characters).
Validity Start Date
Enter the starting date for the period of validity. Displays the
date and time when this page was displayed.
Validity Period
Enter the number of days from the starting date for the period of validity for the certificate.
Encryption Strength
Specify the encryption method.
Mode using SSL/TLS
Specify the mode using SSL/TLS.
[OK]
Creates a self-signed certificate. It may take a few minutes
to create a certificate.
Prior confirmation
Address for the administrator
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1.4.2
1
Request a Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - [Setup]
- "Request a Certificate".
Specify the following settings.
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Common Name
Displays the IP address or domain name of the machine.
Organization
Enter the name of the organization or group used for creating
an organization certificate (up to 63 characters).
Organizational Unit
Enter the name of the account used for creating an account
certificate (up to 63 characters).
Locality
Enter the name of the locality used for creating a locality certificate (up to 127 characters).
State/Province
Enter the name of the state or province used for creating a
state/province certificate (up to 127 characters).
Country
When creating a country certificate, enter a two-character
country code regulated by ISO 3166.
United States: US, Great Britain: GB, Italy: IT, Australia: AU,
The Netherlands: NL, Canada: CA, Spain: ES, Czech Republic: CZ, China: CN, Denmark: DK, Germany: DE, Japan: JP,
France: FR, Belgium: BE, Russia: RU
Admin. E-mail Address
Specify the address for the administrator (up to 128 characters).
[OK]
Creates certificate signing request data.
Prior confirmation
Address for the administrator
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1.4.3
1
Item
Definition
Certificate Signing Request Data
Displays certificate signing request data.
[Save]
Saves certificate signing request data in the computer as a
file.
Prior confirmation
Install a Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - [Setup]
- "Install a Certificate".
After requesting a certificate to the certification authority, install the certificate sent from the certification
authority on this machine.
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Install a Certificate
Paste text data sent from the certification authority.
[OK]
Moves to the Set an Encryption Strength and Set Mode using SSL screen.
Prior confirmation
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1.4.4
1
Item
Definition
Encryption Strength
Specify the encryption method.
Mode using SSL/TLS
Specify the SSL/TLS application range.
[Install]
Installs the certificate.
Prior confirmation
Set an Encryption Strength
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - [Setup]
- "Set an Encryption Strength".
Specify the following setting.
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Encryption Strength
If necessary, change the set encryption strength. Specify the
encryption strength.
Prior confirmation
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1.4.5
1
Set Mode using SSL
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - [Setup]
- "Set Mode using SSL".
Specify the following setting.
1.4.6
Item
Definition
Mode using SSL/TLS
If necessary, change the set SSL/TSL application range.
Specify the SSL/TLS application range.
Prior confirmation
Remove a certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - [Setup]
- "Remove a Certificate".
If necessary, remove the certificate installed on this machine. To remove the installed certificate, click [OK].
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Detail
If Enhanced Security Mode is set to "ON", the certificate cannot be removed.
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1.5
1
Acquiring the certificate for this machine
Acquire the certificate for this machine at the user side.
Download the created certificate for this machine by accessing this machine with PageScope Web
Connection. Once the certificate for this machine is acquired, messages are encrypted based on the acquired
certificate (public key), and then sent from the user to this machine.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
Create a certificate
Download a certificate
Finish
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Detail
Users can acquire the certificate for this machine by receiving a message with a digital signature
attached from this machine. For details on sending E-Mails with the digital signature attached, refer to
"Sending scan data by E-mail (With the digital signature attached)" on page 1-33.
1.5.1
Create a certificate
Create a certificate for this machine.
For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
1.5.2
Download a certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting"- [Setup]
- "Certificate Download".
To download a certificate to the computer, click [Download].
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1
Registering a user certificate in this machine
Register a user certificate in this machine
When registering a certificate in this machine, the following methods are available: manual registration at the
time of E-mail address registration and auto registration by sending a message with a digital signature
attached. Once the certificate for this machine is registered, messages are encrypted based on the registered
certificate (Public key), and then sent from the user to this machine.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
➀ Manual registration
➁ Auto registration
➀
➁
E-mail Address
Automatically Obtain Certificates
Finish
1.6.1
E-mail Address
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Address Book" - [New
Registration] - "Address Book (E-mail)".
Specify the following setting.
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Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Registration of Certification Information
Select the "Registration of Certification Information" check
box. To specify a storage location of certification information
to be registered, click [Browse].
Only files in the DER (Distinguished Encoding Rules) format
are supported for certificate information.
To delete the certificate information, select "Deletion of Certification Information".
Certificate storage location
2
Reminder
If the E-mail address to be registered does not match the E-mail address of the certificate, the
certificate cannot be registered. Confirm whether both E-mail addresses match, and then register the
certificate.
1.6.2
Automatically Obtain Certificates
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "S/MIME".
Specify the following settings.
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Detail
When the optional hard disk is not installed, this menu is not displayed.
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S/MIME Comm. Setting
Select "ON".
Automatically Obtain
Certificates
Select "ON".
Print S/MIME information
If you want to print the S/MINE information, make a selection
of [ON].
Prior confirmation
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1
!
Detail
The E-mail address of a user with whom you want to register a certificate is required to be registered
in advance on this machine.
For [Automatically Obtain Certificates], an E-mail is required to be received by this machine. For details
of settings for the reception of an E-mail, refer to p. 1-56.
When the conditions given above are met, send an E-mail attached with a digital signature to this
machine from the computer on the network. Only when the E-mail address of a user registered on this
machine coincides with the E-mail address that has been registered on the certificate received, the
certificate is automatically registered.
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1.7
1
Specifying the date and time on this machine
Specify the date and time of the internal clock of this machine.
The following specification methods are available: manual specification and acquisition from the NTP server
via the network.
To use the fax function on this machine, specify the date and time of this machine in advance. Also, to make
this machine log in to the Active Directory, it may be necessary to specify the date and time of this machine.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
Use NTP?
No
Yes
Manual Setting
TCP/IP Settings
Time Zone
Time Adjustment Setting
Finish
!
Detail
The following sections contain descriptions on the settings to make this machine log in to the Active
Directory. For details, refer to the respective sections.
"Searching for E-mail addresses from the LDAP server" on page 1-39
"Limiting users using this machine (Active Directory)" on page 1-104
1.7.1
Manual Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Date/Time Setting" "Manual Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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1.7.2
1
Item
Definition
Year
Enter the year.
Month
Enter the month.
Day
Enter the day.
Hour
Enter the hour.
Minute
Enter the minutes.
Time Zone
Select the time difference from GMT.
Daylight Saving Time
If necessary, specify the daylight saving time setting.
Prior confirmation
Time zone
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.7.3
Time Zone
On the Manual Setting screen, specify setting for "Time Zone".
For details, refer to "Manual Setting" on page 1-18.
1.7.4
Time Adjustment Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Date/Time Setting" "Time Adjustment Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Time Adjustment Setting
Select "ON".
Prior confirmation
NTP Server Address
Specify the NTP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Port Number
Default setting: 123
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
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Item
Definition
Auto Time Adjustment
When an automatic time correction is made, select [ON].
Polling Interval
When [ON] is selected for Auto Time Adjustment, set the
polling interval.
[Adjust]
Connects to the NTP server with the specified conditions to
adjust the time.
Prior confirmation
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1.8
1
Sending scan data to a Windows computer
Specify settings for sending scan data to a Windows computer.
Scan data can be sent directly to a computer specified on the network. In order to perform a Scan to PC
(SMB) operation, first specify shared file settings in Windows on the computer receiving the data.
When the Windows name (NetBIOS name) is used to specify a computer on a different network, the WINS
server is required to be used.
This machine supports the direct hosting service. When a transmission is made in the IPv6 environment, the
Direct Hosting setting must be enabled.
Enabling the Direct Hosting setting allows you to specify the computer to which a transmission is made with
the IPv6 address or the computer (host name). When an address to which a transmission is made is specified
with the computer (host name), this machine uses the DNS server to obtain the IPv6 address.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Client Setting
IPv6 environment?
No
Yes
Use the WINS server?
Direct Hosting Setting
Yes
No
WINS Setting
Finish
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Note
For details on registering SMB addresses, refer to "Registering or editing an address book
destination" on page 1-168.
For details on the SMB-based file transmission, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network
Fax Operations].
1.8.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
When a transmission is made in the IPv6 environment, the Direct Hosting setting must be enabled. When the
computer name (Host name) is used to specify a computer, the DNS server is required to be used. Be sure
to make the DNS setting of this machine correctly with the DNS server set up.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.8.2
1
Client Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "SMB Setting" - "Client
Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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SMB TX Setting
Select "ON".
NTLM Setting
Specify the NTLM version.
To perform SMB TX to Mac OSX, Samba (Linux/Unix), specify "v1".
To perform SMB TX to Windows 98SE/Windows Me, specify
"v1/v2" or "v1".
Prior confirmation
Destination OS
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1.8.3
1
Direct Hosting Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "SMB Setting" - "Direct
Hosting Setting".
Specify the following setting.
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Direct Hosting Setting
To use the direct hosting service, select "ON".
To communicate with the destination using an IPv6 address,
select "ON".
Whether the IPv6 environment is available
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1
WINS Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "SMB Setting" - "WINS
Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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WINS
To use the WINS server, select "ON".
Auto Obtain Setting
To automatically obtain the WINS server address, select
"Enable".
This item is enabled when the DHCP is enabled.
Whether automatic acquisition is available with
DHCP
WINS Server Address 1
and 2
Specify the WINS server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
Address of the server
Node Type Setting
Specify the name resolution method.
• B Node: Query by broadcast
• P Node: Query to WINS server
• M Node: Query in the order of broadcast, then WINS
server
• H Node: Query in the order of WINS server, then broadcast
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1
Sending scan data by E-mail
Specify settings for sending scan data by E-mail.
Scan data can be sent to a specified E-mail address as an attached file of the message.
If the SMTP server supports SMTP over SSL or Start TLS, setting is recommended. Because communication
can be encrypted by SSL/TLS, the machine can communicate securely with the server.
If the SMTP server requires SMTP authentication, the SMTP authentication setting must be specified.
If the SMTP server requires POP before SMTP authentication, the POP before SMTP authentication setting
must be specified. In addition, if the POP server supports POP over SSL or APOP authentication, settings for
these can be specified.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
E-mail TX (SMTP)
Communicate with the SMTP
server using SSL/TLS?
Yes
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
SMTP Authentication?
No
Yes
POP before SMTP?
No
Yes
SMTP Authentication
No
POP before SMTP
➀ POP over SSL?
➁ APOP?
Yes
No
➀ POP over SSL
➁ APOP Authentication
Finish
2
Note
For details on registering E-mail addresses, refer to "Registering or editing an address book
destination" on page 1-168.
For details on the E-mail-based file transmission, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network
Fax Operations].
1.9.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.9.2
1
E-mail TX (SMTP)
E-mail TX (SMTP)
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
TX (SMTP)".
Specify the following settings.
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E-mail TX Setting
Select "E-mail TX Setting" check box.
Prior confirmation
Scan to E-mail
Select "ON".
SMTP Server Address
Specify the SMTP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Port Number
Default setting: 25
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
Max Mail Size
Select whether to limit the size of sent messages.
Server Capacity
To limit the maximum mail size, specify the max. allowance
of the mail size including the attached file.
Mails exceeding the maximum allowance are removed.
If a mail is separated, this setting is disabled.
Receiving limit of the
server
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Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Admin. E-mail Address
The administrator address specified in "Machine Setting" in
the Maintenance tab in Administrator mode of PageScope
Web Connection is displayed.
Binary Division
To divide the mail size, select "Binary Division" check box.
If the mail software used for receiving mails does not have
the mail restore function, the mails may not be read.
Restore function of the
mail soft
Divided Mail Size
To divide the mail, specify a divided mail size.
Receiving limit of the
server
Admin. E-mail Address
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Machine Setting".
Specify the administrator address.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Admin. E-mail Address
Specify the address for the administrator (up to 128 characters).
If the administrator address is not set, messages cannot be
sent.
The set address is displayed on the transmitter section of the
message. Before messages are sent, the address can be
changed to one other than the administrator address from
the control panel.
Address for the administrator
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Detail
If "Change the From Address" is set to "Restrict", the From address cannot be changed when sending
an E-Mail message. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network Fax Operations].
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1.9.3
1
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
E-mail TX (SMTP)
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
TX (SMTP)".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Use SSL/TLS
To encrypt communication between this machine and the
SMTP server using SSL/TTS, select "SMTP over SSL" or
"Start TLS".
Whether the sever supports SSL or Start TLS
Port Number
Default setting: 25
If "Start TLS" is selected, specify the port number.
Port number for the server
Port No. (SSL)
Default setting: 465
If "SMTP over SSL" is selected, specify the port number to
be used for SSL communication.
Port number for the server
Action for Invalid Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - "Action
for Invalid Certificate".
Specify the following settings.
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Action for Invalid Certificate
Specify the operation when the validity period for the received certificate has expired.
If "Continue" is selected, processing continues even if the
date of the certificate is invalid.
If "Delete the Job" is selected, the job is deleted if the date
of the certificate is invalid.
Prior confirmation
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1.9.4
1
SMTP Authentication
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
TX (SMTP)".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
SMTP Authentication
To perform SMTP authentication, select the "SMTP Authentication" check box.
Whether the sever requests SMTP
User ID
Specify the user ID for the SMTP authentication (up to 255
characters).
Password
Specify the password for the SMTP authentication (up to 128
characters).
Domain Name
Specify the domain name for the SMTP authentication (up to
255 characters).
If the authentication method is Digest-MD5, the domain
name must be specified.
Authentication method
Authentication Settings
Specify whether to synchronize with user authentication.
When user authentication is performed, this item is displayed.
Whether to synchronize
the user authentication
!
Detail
A SMTP authentication method that is supported by the SMTP server and provided with the strongest
encryption strength is automatically selected from Digest-MD5, CRAM-MD5, PLAIN, and LOGIN.
If there is just one domain (realm) to which the user belongs, it is notified from the SMTP server at the
time of initial communication, and communication is automatically made using the domain name.
Therefore, no domain name setting on this machine is not required. If there are two domains or more
to which the user belongs, however, specify the domain name to which the user belongs.
1.9.5
POP before SMTP
POP before SMTP
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
TX (SMTP)".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
POP before SMTP
To perform POP before SMTP, select "ON".
Whether the sever requires POP before
SMTP authentication
POP before SMTP Time
Specify the time period to access the SMTP
server after logging in to the POP server.
Whether the POP server is different from
the SMTP server
!
Detail
If the POP server is different from the SMTP server, the POP server informs the SMTP server that it has
been logged in. Therefore, if the set POP before SMTP time is too short, messages may not be sent.
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E-mail RX (POP)
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
RX (POP)".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
E-mail RX Setting
To perform POP before SMTP, select "ON".
POP Server Address
Specify the POP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Login Name
Enter the login name for the POP server (up to 63 characters).
Password
Specify the password for logging in to the POP server (up to
15 characters).
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
Port Number
Default setting: 110
Specify the port number.
Prior confirmation
Address of the server
Port number for the server
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1
POP over SSL
E-mail RX (POP)
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
RX (POP)".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Use SSL/TLS
To encrypt communication between this machine and the
POPS server using SSL, select the "Use SSL/TLS" check
box.
Whether the sever supports SSL
Port No. (SSL)
Default setting: 995
Specify the port number used in SSL communication.
Port number for the server
Action for Invalid Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - "Action
for Invalid Certificate".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Action for Invalid Certificate
Specify the operation when the validity period for the received certificate has expired.
If "Continue" is selected, processing continues even if the
date of the certificate is invalid.
If "Delete the Job" is selected, the job is deleted if the date
of the certificate is invalid.
Prior confirmation
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1.9.7
1
APOP Authentication
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
RX (POP)".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
APOP Authentication
To encrypt the login name and password when logging in to
the POP server, select "ON".
Whether the sever requests APOP
!
Detail
When the POP server is logged in with APOP, the password is encrypted with Digest-MD5. If "ON" is
specified for APOP authentication, you cannot log in to the server if the POP server does not support
APOP.
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1.10
1
Sending scan data by E-mail (With the digital signature attached)
Specify settings for sending scan data by E-mail with the digital signature attached.
When scan data is sent by E-mail, it can be sent with the digital signature attached.
The certificate for this machine can be sent to the user by sending a message with the digital signature
attached. Users can encrypt the message to send to this machine using the received certificate.
Communication by combining POP before SMTP, APOP, SMTP authentication or encryption using SSL/TLS
is available. For details, refer to "Sending scan data by E-mail" on page 1-25.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
E-mail TX (SMTP)
Create a certificate
S/MIME
Communicate with the SMTP
server using SSL/TLS?
Yes
SMTP Authentication?
No
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
Yes
POP before SMTP?
No
Yes
SMTP Authentication
No
POP before SMTP
➀ POP over SSL?
➁ APOP?
Yes
No
➀ POP over SSL
➁ APOP Authentication
Finish
1.10.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.10.2
E-mail TX (SMTP)
Specify settings for sending messages.
For details, refer to "E-mail TX (SMTP)" on page 1-26.
1.10.3
Create a certificate
Create a certificate for this machine.
For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
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1.10.4
1
S/MIME
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "S/MIME".
Specify the following settings.
!
Detail
When the optional hard disk is not installed, this menu is not displayed.
1.10.5
Item
Definition
S/MIME Comm. Setting
Select "ON".
Digital Signature
Select "Always add signature" or "Select when sending".
Prior confirmation
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
Specify the settings for SMTP over SSL/Start TLS.
For details, refer to "SMTP over SSL/Start TLS" on page 1-28.
1.10.6
SMTP Authentication
Specify the settings for SMTP authentication.
For details, refer to "SMTP Authentication" on page 1-29.
1.10.7
POP before SMTP
Specify the settings for POP before SMTP.
For details, refer to "POP before SMTP" on page 1-29.
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1.10.8
1
POP over SSL
Specify the settings for POP over SSL.
For details, refer to "POP over SSL" on page 1-31.
1.10.9
APOP Authentication
Specify the settings for APOP authentication.
For details, refer to "APOP Authentication" on page 1-32.
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1.11
1
Sending scan data by E-mail (Public key-based encryption)
Specify settings for sending scan data as a message encrypted by public keys.
When scan data is sent by E-mail, the scan data can be sent by encrypting it using the user certificate
registered in this machine in advance.
Sending encrypted messages prevents disclosure of information to third parties on the transmission path. In
addition, if the message is encrypted by attaching the digital signature, authentication of this machine and
message is possible. For details on attaching the digital signature to messages, refer to "Sending scan data
by E-mail (With the digital signature attached)" on page 1-33.
Communication by combining POP before SMTP, APOP, SMTP authentication or encryption using SSL/TLS
is available. For details, refer to "Sending scan data by E-mail" on page 1-25.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
E-mail TX (SMTP)
S/MIME
Communicate with the SMTP
server using SSL/TLS?
Yes
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
SMTP Authentication?
No
Yes
POP before SMTP?
No
Yes
SMTP Authentication
No
POP before SMTP
➀ POP over SSL?
➁ APOP?
Yes
No
➀ POP over SSL
➁ APOP Authentication
Finish
!
Detail
Addresses for which no certificate is registered are not selectable. To encrypt messages for sending,
register the user certificate in this machine in advance. For details, refer to "Registering a user
certificate in this machine" on page 1-15.
1.11.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.11.2
E-mail TX (SMTP)
Specify settings for sending messages.
For details, refer to "E-mail TX (SMTP)" on page 1-26.
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1.11.3
1
S/MIME
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "S/MIME".
Specify the following settings.
!
Detail
When the optional hard disk is not installed, this menu is not displayed.
1.11.4
Item
Definition
S/MIME Comm. Setting
Select "ON".
E-Mail Text Encrypt.
Method
Specify the encryption type for the body of E-mail messages.
Prior confirmation
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
Specify the settings for SMTP over SSL/Start TLS.
For details, refer to "SMTP over SSL/Start TLS" on page 1-28.
1.11.5
SMTP Authentication
Specify the settings for SMTP authentication.
For details, refer to "SMTP Authentication" on page 1-29.
1.11.6
POP before SMTP
Specify the settings for POP before SMTP.
For details, refer to "POP before SMTP" on page 1-29.
1.11.7
POP over SSL
Specify the settings for POP over SSL.
For details, refer to "POP over SSL" on page 1-31.
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1.11.8
1
APOP Authentication
Specify the settings for APOP authentication.
For details, refer to "APOP Authentication" on page 1-32.
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1.12
1
Searching for E-mail addresses from the LDAP server
Specify settings for searching for E-mail addresses from the LDAP server.
If the LDAP server is being for user management, the LDAP server can be accessed for searching for E-mail
addresses. If this setting is specified, the [Address Search (LDAP)] key is displayed on the control panel.
Using the LDAP server when specifying addresses saves trouble of registering addresses in this machine.
Also, to specify Active Directory as the LDAP server and select "GSS-SPNEGO" as the authentication
method, be sure to specify a DNS server synchronized with Active Directory in the DNS Server Settings of
this machine, and specify the date and time of this machine.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Manual Destination Input
LDAP Setting
Setting Up LDAP
Communicate with the LDAP
server using SSL?
Yes
Use Active Directory (GSS-SPNEGO)?
No
No
LDAP over SSL
Yes
DNS Server Settings
Date/Time Setting
Finish
2
Note
For details on the LDAP search-based transmission method, refer to the User’s Guide [Network
Scan/Fax/Network Fax Operations].
1.12.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.12.2
Manual Destination Input
On the Administrator Settings screen of the control panel, select [Security Settings] - [4 Security Details] [Manual Destination Input].
Specify the following settings.
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1.12.3
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Item
Definition
Manual Destination Input
Select [Allow].
Prior confirmation
LDAP Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "LDAP Setting" - "LDAP
Setting".
Specify the following setting.
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Definition
Enabling LDAP
Select "ON".
Prior confirmation
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Setting Up LDAP
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "LDAP Setting" - "Setting
Up LDAP" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
LDAP Server Name
Specify the name of the LDAP server.
Prior confirmation
Server Address
Specify the LDAP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Port Number
Default setting: 389
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
Search Base
Specify the search starting point in a hierarchical structure
placed on the LDAP server. Searches are performed through
the directory at the starting point and subdirectories under
the directory.
Search base
Timeout
Specify the maximum wait time for a search operation.
Max. Search Results
Specify the maximum number of destinations to be displayed after a search.
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Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Authentication Method
Select the authentication method used for logging in to the
LDAP server.
If "anonymous" is selected, it is not necessary to specify the
login name, password, and domain name.
When "GSS-SPNEGO" is selected, the machine logs in to
the server using the Kerberos authentication method. The
Kerberos authentication method is supported by Active Directory.
Authentication method
for the server
Login Name
Specify the login name for logging in to the LDAP server (up
to 255 characters).
Password
Specify the password for logging in to the LDAP server (up
to 128 characters).
Domain Name
Specify the domain name for logging in to the LDAP server
(up to 64 characters).
If "GSS-SPNEGO" is selected, specify the domain name of
Active Directory.
Select Server Authentication Method
Specify the server authentication method.
If "Set Value" is selected, the specified login name, password, and domain name are used.
If "Use User Authentication" is selected, the user name and
password used for external server authentication are used.
When "Dynamic Authentication" is selected, a user name
and password is requested for address search (LDAP).
Use Referral
To use the referral function, select "ON".
Initial Setting for Search
Details
Specify the conditions for performing a detailed LDAP
search.
Authentication method
Domain name
!
Detail
Select the authentication method that is used by the LDAP server being used. For details, refer to the
manual for the LDAP server being used.
1.12.5
LDAP over SSL
Setting Up LDAP
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "LDAP Setting" - "Setting
Up LDAP" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Prior confirmation
Enable SSL
To encrypt communication between this machine and the
LDAP server using SSL, select the "Enable SSL" check box.
Whether the sever supports SSL
Port Number (SSL)
Default setting: 636
Specify the port number used in SSL communication.
Port number for the server
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Action for Invalid Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - "Action
for Invalid Certificate".
Specify the following setting.
1.12.6
Item
Definition
Action for Invalid Certificate
Specify the operation when the validity period for the received certificate has expired.
If "Continue" is selected, processing continues even if the
date of the certificate is invalid.
If "Delete the Job" is selected, the job is deleted if the date
of the certificate is invalid.
Prior confirmation
DNS Server Settings
To specify Active Directory as the LDAP server and select "GSS-SPNEGO" as the authentication method,
specify a DNS server synchronized with Active Directory in the DNS Server Settings of this machine.
For details on the DNS server, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication"
on page 1-2.
1.12.7
Date/Time Setting
When using Active Directory, specify the date and time on this machine.
For details, refer to "Specifying the date and time on this machine" on page 1-18.
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1.13
1
Sending scan data by FTP
Specify settings for sending scan data to the FTP server.
In a network environment with an FTP server, scan data can be sent to a specified folder in the FTP server
on the network. The data sent to the FTP server can be downloaded from a computer on the network. This
function is suitable for transmitting large-sized data, such as high-resolution data.
If a proxy server is available in the network environment, an FTP server on the Internet can be accessed
through the proxy server.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
FTP TX Setting
Finish
2
Note
For details on registering FTP, refer to "Registering or editing an address book destination" on
page 1-168.
For details on the FTP-based file transmission, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network
Fax Operations].
1.13.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.13.2
1
FTP TX Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "FTP Setting" - "FTP TX
Settings".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
FTP TX
Select "ON".
Proxy Server Address
To send data via a proxy server, specify the proxy server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***", Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Proxy Server Port
Number
Default setting : 21
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
Port Number
Default setting: 21
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
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1.14
1
Sending scan data by WebDAV
Specify settings for sending scan data to the WebDAV server.
In a network environment with a WebDAV server, scan data can be sent to a specified folder in the WebDAV
server on the network. The data sent to the WebDAV server can be downloaded from a computer on the
network.
WebDAV is based on extended specifications of HTTP, and therefore the security technology of HTTP can
be used. These settings ensure safer file transmission by encrypting communication with the WebDAV server
using SSL.
If a proxy server is available in the network environment, an WebDAV server on the Internet can be accessed
through the proxy server.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
WebDAV Settings
Communicate with the WebDAV
server using SSL?
Yes
No
WebDAV over SSL
Finish
2
Note
For details on registering WebDAV addresses, refer to "Registering or editing an address book
destination" on page 1-168.
For details on the WebDAV-based file transmission, refer to the User’s Guide [Network
Scan/Fax/Network Fax Operations].
!
Detail
Whether or not to send using SSL encryption is specified at address registration. For details, refer to
"Address Book" on page 1-168.
1.14.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.14.2
1
WebDAV Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "WebDAV Settings""WebDAV Client Settings".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Prior confirmation
WebDAV TX Setting
Select "ON".
Proxy Server Address
To send data via a proxy server, specify the proxy server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***", Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Proxy Server Port
Number
Default setting : 8080
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
User Name
Specify the user name for the proxy server (up to 63 characters).
Password
Specify the password for the proxy server (up to 63 characters).
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
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1.14.3
1
WebDAV over SSL
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - "Action
for Invalid Certificate".
Specify the following setting.
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Definition
Action for Invalid Certificate
Specify the operation when the validity period for the received certificate has expired.
If "Continue" is selected, processing continues even if the
date of the certificate is invalid.
If "Delete the Job" is selected, the job is deleted if the date
of the certificate is invalid.
Prior confirmation
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1.15
1
Sending an Internet fax
Specify settings for sending an Internet fax.
In order to use the Internet fax function, this machine is required to be equipped optionally with a hard disk
and an image controller. And when using the Internet fax function, settings by a service engineer are required.
For details, contact your service representative.
The Internet fax function sends and receives scanned originals as an attached file (TIFF format) via the
intranet or Internet. This via-intranet or -Internet communication largely reduces the communication cost as
compared with general fax messages.
Communication by combining POP before SMTP, APOP, SMTP authentication or encryption using SSL/TLS
is available. For details, refer to "Sending scan data by E-mail" on page 1-25.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Internet Fax Function
Regist machine information
Header Information
E-mail TX (SMTP)
I-Fax Advanced Setting
Communicate with the SMTP
server using SSL/TLS?
Yes
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
SMTP Authentication?
No
Yes
POP before SMTP?
No
Yes
SMTP Authentication
No
POP before SMTP
➀ POP over SSL?
➁ APOP?
No
Yes
➀ POP over SSL
➁ APOP Authentication
Finish
2
Note
For details on registering Internet Fax addresses, refer to "Registering or editing an address book
destination" on page 1-168.
For details on the Internet fax operation, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network Fax
Operations].
1.15.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
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For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.15.2
Internet Fax Function
On the Administrator Settings screen of the control panel, select [Network Settings] - [Forward] - [3 Network
Fax Setting] - [1 Network Fax Function Setting].
Specify the following setting.
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Note
For details on displaying the Network Setting screen, refer to "Displaying the Network Settings
screen" on page 2-2.
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Definition
Internet Fax Function
Select [ON].
Prior confirmation
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1.15.3
1
Regist machine information
Device Mail Address
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
TX (SMTP)".
Specify the following setting.
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Definition
Prior confirmation
Device Mail Address
Specify the address for the device (up to 320 characters).
If no address is specified here, the Internet fax cannot be
sent.
Address for the device
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Machine Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Machine Setting".
Specify the following setting.
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Definition
Device Name
Specify the device name (up to 255 characters). This name
is contained in the subject of the Internet fax.
Prior confirmation
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1.15.4
1
Header Information
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Header Information".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Sender Fax No.
Register the sender fax number. Normally enter the fax
number of this machine.
Default
If no sender name is specified when sending a fax, the sender name with a check mark is used.
Sender Name
Displays registered sender names.
[Edit]
Registers or edits the sender name.
[Delete]
Deletes the registered sender name.
Prior confirmation
Registration
Item
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No.
Displays the registration number.
Sender Name
Enter the sender name (up to 30 characters).
Prior confirmation
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1.15.5
1
E-mail TX (SMTP)
Specify settings for sending messages.
For details, refer to "E-mail TX (SMTP)" on page 1-26.
1.15.6
I-Fax Advanced Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "I-FAX
Advanced Setting".
Specify the following settings.
!
Detail
If the Internet fax function is disabled, this menu item is not displayed.
1.15.7
Item
Definition
MDN Request
Select "ON".
If the fax is printed at the receiving side, MDN response can
be received.
DSN Request
Select "ON".
If the fax reaches the mail server at the receiving side, DSN
response can be received.
If MDN is specified to "ON", DSN is not required.
MDN/DSN Response
Observation Time
Specify the waiting time for MDN or DSN response.
MDN or DSN response of which set waiting time was up is
ignored.
Maximum Resolution
Specify the maximum resolution.
Prior confirmation
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
Specify the settings for SMTP over SSL/Start TLS.
For details, refer to "SMTP over SSL/Start TLS" on page 1-28.
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1.15.8
1
SMTP Authentication
Specify the settings for SMTP authentication.
For details, refer to "SMTP Authentication" on page 1-29.
1.15.9
POP before SMTP
Specify the settings for POP before SMTP.
For details, refer to "POP before SMTP" on page 1-29.
1.15.10
POP over SSL
Specify the settings for POP over SSL.
For details, refer to "POP over SSL" on page 1-31.
1.15.11
APOP Authentication
Specify the settings for APOP authentication.
For details, refer to "APOP Authentication" on page 1-32.
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1.16
1
Receiving Internet faxes
Specify settings for receiving Internet faxes.
In order to use the Internet fax function, this machine is required to be equipped optionally with a hard disk
and an image controller. And when using the Internet fax function, settings by a service engineer are required.
For details, contact your service representative.
The Internet fax function sends and receives scanned originals as an attached file (TIFF format) via the
intranet (internal company networks) or Internet. This via-intranet or -Internet communication largely reduces
the communication cost as compared with general fax messages.
Performing APOP authentication when receiving an Internet fax ensures safer communication.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Internet Fax Function
E-mail RX (POP)
I-Fax Advance Setting
Communicate with the POP
server using SSL?
Yes
APOP?
No
Yes
POP over SSL
No
APOP Authentication
Finish
2
Note
For details on registering Internet Fax addresses, refer to "Registering or editing an address book
destination" on page 1-168.
For details on the Internet fax operation, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network Fax
Operations].
1.16.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.16.2
Internet Fax Function
Enable the Internet fax function of this machine.
For details, refer to "Internet Fax Function" on page 1-50.
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E-mail RX (POP)
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
RX (POP)".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
E-mail RX Setting
Select "ON".
POP Server Address
Specify the POP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Login Name
Enter the login name for the POP server (up to 63 characters).
Password
Type in the login password for the POP server (up to 15 characters).
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
Port Number
Default setting: 110
Specify the port number.
Check for New Messages
To automatically receive messages, select the "Check for
New Messages" check box.
Polling Interval
To automatically receive messages, specify an interval for
receive messages automatically.
Prior confirmation
Address of the server
Port number for the server
!
Detail
By touching [Receive I-Fax] on the Fax/Scan mode screen of the control panel, E-mail messages can
be manually received.
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I-Fax Advance Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "I-FAX
Advanced Setting".
Specify the following setting.
!
Detail
If the Internet fax function is disabled, this menu item is not displayed.
1.16.5
Item
Definition
MDN Response
To reply to the message disposition notification request from
the sender, select "ON".
Prior confirmation
POP over SSL
Specify the settings for POP over SSL.
For details, refer to "POP over SSL" on page 1-31.
1.16.6
APOP Authentication
Specify the settings for APOP authentication.
For details, refer to "APOP Authentication" on page 1-32.
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1
Sending and receiving IP address faxes
Specify settings for sending and receiving IP address faxes.
To use the IP address fax function, this machine must be equipped with an optional fax kit, a hard disk and
an image controller. In order to use the IP address fax function, setting by a service engineer is required. For
details, contact your service representative.
The IP address fax enables communication on the IP network. Specify the host name or IP address for the
destination to send a Fax. SMTP protocol is used for sending and receiving faxes. Because IP address faxes
are sent and received via the SMTP server function of this machine, no SMTP server is required.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
IP Address Fax Function
SMTP TX Setting
SMTP RX Setting
Header Information
Finish
2
Note
For details on registering IP address fax addresses, refer to "Registering or editing an address book
destination" on page 1-168.
For details on the IP address fax operation, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network Fax
Operations].
1.17.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.17.2
IP Address Fax Function
On the Administrator Settings screen of the control panel, select [Network Settings] - [Forward] - [3 Network
Fax Setting] - [1 Network Fax Function Setting].
Specify the following setting.
2
Note
For details on displaying the Network Setting screen, refer to "Displaying the Network Settings
screen" on page 2-2.
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Item
Definition
IP Address Fax Function
Select [ON].
Prior confirmation
SMTP TX Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Network Fax Setting" "SMTP TX Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Prior confirmation
Port Number
Default setting: 25
Specify the port number.
Port number to be used
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
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SMTP RX Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Network Fax Setting" "SMTP RX Setting".
Specify the following settings.
1.17.5
Item
Definition
SMTP RX
Select "ON".
Port Number
Default setting: 25
Specify the port number.
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
Prior confirmation
Port number to be used
Header Information
Register sender information for fax transmissions.
For details, refer to "Header Information" on page 1-53.
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1.18
1
Importing images in the box using the TWAIN scan
A setting is made in order to import the images saved in the box of this machine by using the HDD TWAIN
driver.
Using the HDD TWAIN driver allows you to import for process the image data saved in the box into the
application on the computer.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
SLP Setting
TCP Socket Setting
Finish
2
Note
For details on installing the HDD TWAIN driver, refer to the HDD TWAIN driver manual on the Driver CDROM.
1.18.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.18.2
SLP Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "TCP/IP
Setting".
Specify the following setting.
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SLP
To search for this machine using TWAIN, select "Enable".
Prior confirmation
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TCP Socket Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP Socket Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
TCP Socket
Select the "TCP Socket" check box.
Port Number
Default setting : 59158
Specify the port number.
Prior confirmation
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Printing (LPR/Port9100)
Specify settings for printing by using LPR or Port9100.
LPR printing is performed via the network using the LPR protocol. LPR printing is used in the UNIX-like OS.
Port9100 printing is performed via the network by directly specifying the RAW port (Port9100) of this machine
connected to the TCP/IP network as a printer of the print destination.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
➀ LPR printing
➁ Port9100 printing
➀
➁
LPD Setting
RAW Port Number
Finish
!
Detail
To print data using LPR or Port9100, settings for the printer driver must be specified after these
settings. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations].
1.19.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.19.2
LPD Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "TCP/IP
Setting".
Specify the following setting.
1.19.3
Item
Definition
LPD
Select "Enable".
Prior confirmation
RAW Port Number
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "TCP/IP
Setting".
Specify the following setting.
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Definition
RAW Port Number
Select the check box for the port to be used, and then specify the RAW port number.
(Default setting : 9100/9112/9113/9114/9115/9116)
Prior confirmation
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Printing (SMB)
Specify settings for printing by using SMB.
The printer is sharable on the Windows network by using the SMB protocol. SMB printing is performed by
directly specifying this machine on the Windows network from the computer.
This machine supports the Direct Hosting service. When the SMB printing is made in the IPv6 environment,
the Direct Hosting setting is required to be enabled.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Print Setting
IPv6 environment?
No
Yes
Use the WINS server?
Direct Hosting Setting
Yes
No
WINS Setting
Finish
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Note
For details on installing the printer driver, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)].
1.20.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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Print Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "SMB Setting" - "Print
Setting".
Specify the following settings.
1.20.3
Item
Definition
SMB Print
Select "ON".
NetBIOS Name
Specify the NetBIOS name with uppercase letters (up to 15
characters).
Print Service Name
Specify the print service name with uppercase letters (up to
12 characters).
Workgroup
Specify the workgroup name with uppercase letters (up to 15
characters).
Prior confirmation
Workgroup to which you
belong
WINS Setting
To perform SMB print via the router, specify settings for the WINS server.
For details, refer to "WINS Setting" on page 1-24.
1.20.4
Direct Hosting Setting
When the SMB printing is made in the IPv6 environment, the Direct Hosting setting is required to be enabled.
For details, refer to "Direct Hosting Setting" on page 1-23.
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Printing (IPP)
Specify settings for printing using IPP.
IPP printing is performed via the network using the IPP protocol. Using the HTTP protocol can transfer print
data to the printer on the network, and therefore also enabling output to a remote printer via the Internet.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
IPP Setting
Allow?
Yes
No
IPP Authentication Setting
Finish
2
Note
For details on installing the printer driver, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)].
1.21.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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IPP Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "IPP Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
IPP Setting
Select "ON".
Accept IPP job
Select "ON".
Printer Name
Specify the printer name (up to 127 characters).
Printer Location
Specify the printer location (up to 127 characters).
Printer Information
Specify the printer information (up to 127 characters).
Printer URI
Displays the URI of the printer that can use IPP when printing.
Support Operation
Specify the print operations supported by IPP.
Prior confirmation
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IPP Authentication Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "IPP Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
IPP Authentication Setting
To perform IPP printing, select the "IPP Authentication Setting" check box.
Authentication Method
Specify the authentication method.
User Name
Specify the user name (up to 20 characters).
Password
Enter the password (up to 20 characters).
realm
Specify realm (up to 127 characters).
If the authentication method is digest, realm must be specified.
Prior confirmation
Authentication method
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Printing (IPPS)
Specify settings for printing using IPPS.
When performing IPP printing with this machine, communication between the computer and this machine is
encrypted using SSL. Encrypting communication using SSL improves security when printing using IPP.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Setting
IPP Setting
SSL/TLS Setting
Allow?
Yes
No
IPP Authentication Setting
Finish
2
Note
For details on installing the printer driver, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)].
!
Detail
When specifying to use IPP printing in Windows Vista/7/Server 2008, enter "https://[Host
Name].[Domain Name]/ipp". For [Host Name] and [Domain Name], specify the names set by the DNS
host name and the DNS default domain name of the TCP/IP setting. For details, refer to "Specifying
general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2. Also, it is necessary that the
computer must be able to resolve the names for this machine using DNS. Register this machine to the
DNS server in advance, and specify settings for DNS at the computer side.
When the certificate of this machine is not published by certificate authority, register the certificate of
this machine to "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" for the Local computer in advance.
1.22.1
TCP/IP Setting
Make settings to use this machine in the TCP/IP network environment.
When settings are made on Windows Vista/7/Server 2008 for the IPPS printing, set correctly the DNS host
name and the DNS default domain name registered on the DNS server for the TCP/IP setting before creating
a certificate. If the settings are not made correctly, the IPPS connection cannot be made.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.22.2
IPP Setting
Specify settings for printing by using IPP.
For details, refer to "IPP Setting" on page 1-68.
1.22.3
SSL/TLS Setting
Encrypt communication with this machine using SSL.
For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
1.22.4
IPP Authentication Setting
Specify settings when authentication is used when printing using IPP.
For details, refer to "IPP Authentication Setting" on page 1-69.
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Printing (Bonjour)
Specify settings for printing by connecting this machine to a Macintosh computer using Bonjour. When
connecting this machine to a Macintosh computer using Bonjour, the Bonjour settings must be specified.
2
Note
For details on installing the printer driver, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)].
Bonjour Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Bonjour Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
Bonjour
Select "ON".
Bonjour Name
Specify the Bonjour name that appears as the name of the
connected device (up to 63 characters).
Prior confirmation
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1
Printing (AppleTalk)
Specify settings for printing by connecting this machine to a Macintosh computer using AppleTalk. When
connecting this machine to a Macintosh computer using AppleTalk, the AppleTalk settings must be specified.
2
Note
For details on installing the printer driver, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)].
AppleTalk Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "AppleTalk Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
AppleTalk
Select "ON".
Printer Name*
Specify the printer name that appears on the selector (up to
31 characters).
Zone Name*
Specify the zone name to which this machine belongs (up to
31 characters).
Current Zone
Displays the current zone name.
Prior confirmation
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Printing (NetWare)
Specify settings for printing in a NetWare environment. Before printing in the NetWare environment, settings
for using this machine in the NetWare environment must be specified.
2
Note
For details on installing the printer driver, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)].
1.25.1
NetWare Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "NetWare Setting" "NetWare Setting".
Settings are different depending on the environment used. Specify the settings according to the following
procedures.
For Remote Printer mode with NetWare 4.x bindery emulation
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Before using bindery emulation, check that bindery emulation is compatible with the NetWare server.
1
From a client computer, log in to NetWare with the Administrator permission as Bindery.
2
Start up Pconsole.
3
From the "Available Options" list, select "Quick Setup", and then press the [Enter] key.
4
Enter the appropriate names in the "Print Server Name", "Printer Name", and "Print Queue Name"
fields, select "Other/Unknown" from the "Printer type" field, and then save the specified settings.
5
Press the [Esc] key to quit Pconsole.
6
Use the NetWare server console to load PSERVER.NLM.
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Next, specify the following settings for "NetWare Setting".
Item
Definition
IPX Setting*
Select "ON".
Ethernet Frame Type*
Specify the frame type to be used.
NetWare Print Mode*
Select "NPrinter/Rprinter".
Print Server Name*
Specify the printer server name to allow it to serve as Nprinter/Rprinter (up to 63 characters).
Printer Number*
Enter the Nprinter/Rprinter printer number.
Prior confirmation
Frame type
Print server name registered in step 4
For the print server mode with NetWare 4.x bindery emulation
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Before using bindery emulation, check that bindery emulation is compatible with the NetWare server.
To use the printer server mode, the IPX protocol must be loaded on the NetWare server.
1
From a client computer, log in to NetWare with the Administrator permission as Bindery.
2
Start up Pconsole.
3
From the "Available Options" list, select "Quick Setup", and then press the [Enter] key.
4
Enter the appropriate names in the "Print Server Name", "Printer Name", and "Print Queue Name"
fields, select "Other/Unknown" from the "Printer type" field, and then save the specified settings.
5
Press the [Esc] key to quit Pconsole.
Next, specify the following settings for "NetWare Setting".
Item
Definition
IPX Setting*
Select "ON".
Ethernet Frame Type*
Specify the frame type to be used.
NetWare Print Mode*
Select "PServer".
Print Server Name*
Specify the printer server name to allow it to serve as Pserver
(up to 63 characters).
Print Server Password*
If necessary, specify the password for the printer server (up
to 63 characters).
Polling Interval*
Specify an interval to make queries for jobs.
Bindery/NDS Setting
Select "NDS/Bindery".
File Server Name
Specify the priority file server name for Bindery mode (up to
47 characters).
Prior confirmation
Frame type
Print server name registered in step 4
For NetWare 4.x Remote Printer mode (NDS)
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Log in to NetWare as an administrator from a client computer.
2
Start up NWadmin.
3
Select either the organization or organizational unit container that offers the print service, and then click
"Print Services Quick Setup" on the "Tools" menu.
4
Enter the appropriate names in the "Print Server Name", "Printer Name", "Print Queue Name", and
"Print Queue Volume" fields, select "Other/Unknown" from the "Printer type" field, and then save the
specified settings.
5
Use the NetWare server console to load PSERVER.NLM.
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Next, specify the following settings for "NetWare Setting".
Item
Definition
IPX Setting*
Select "ON".
Ethernet Frame Type*
Specify the frame type to be used.
NetWare Print Mode*
Select "NPrinter/Rprinter".
Print Server Name*
Specify the printer server name to allow it to serve as Nprinter/Rprinter (up to 63 characters).
Printer Number*
Enter the Nprinter/Rprinter printer number.
Prior confirmation
Frame type
Print server name registered in step 4
For NetWare 4.x/5.x/6 Print Server mode (NDS)
0
To use the printer server mode, the IPX protocol must be loaded on the NetWare server.
1
Log in to NetWare as an administrator from a client computer.
2
Start up NWadmin.
3
Select either the organization or organizational unit container that offers the print service, and then click
"Print Services Quick Setup (non-NDPS)" on the "Tools" menu.
4
Enter the appropriate names in the "Print Server Name", "Printer Name", "Print Queue Name", and
"Print Queue Volume" fields, select "Other/Unknown" from the "Printer type" field, and then click
[Create].
Next, specify the following settings for "NetWare Setting".
Item
Definition
IPX Setting*
Select "ON".
Ethernet Frame Type*
Specify the frame type to be used.
NetWare Print Mode*
Select "PServer".
Print Server Name*
Specify the printer server name to allow it to serve as PServer (up to 63 characters).
Print Server Password*
If necessary, specify the password for the printer server (up
to 63 characters).
Polling Interval*
Specify an interval to make queries for jobs.
Bindery/NDS Setting
Select "NDS".
NDS Context Name
Specify the NDS context name connected with the print
server (up to 191 characters).
NDS Tree Name
Specify the NDS tree name connected with the printer server
(up to 63 characters).
Prior confirmation
Frame type
Print server name registered in step 4
For NetWare 5.x/6 Novell Distributed Print Service (NDPS)
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Before specifying settings for NDPS, check that the NDPS broker and NDPS manager have been
created and loaded.
Also, check that the TCP/IP protocol is specified in the NetWare server, the IP address is specified for
this machine, then this machine is running.
1
Log in to NetWare as an administrator from a client computer.
2
Start up NWadmin.
3
Right -click "Organization" or "Organizational unit" container where a printer agent is created, and then
select "NDPS Printer" on the "Create" submenu.
4
In the "NDPS Printer Name" box, enter the "printer name".
5
In the "Printer Agent Source" column, select "Create a New Printer Agent", and then click "Create".
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6
Check the printer agent name, and then in the "NDPS Manager Name" box, browse through the NDPS
manager names, and register it.
7
In "Gateway Types", select "Novell Printer Gateway", and then register it.
8
In the "Configure Novell DPS for Printer Agent" window, select "(None)" for the printer type and "Novell
Port Handler" for the port handler type, and then register the settings.
9
In "Connection type", select "Remote (LPR on IP)", and then register it.
10
Enter the IP address set for this machine as the host address, enter "Print" as the printer name, and
then click the "Finish" button to register the settings.
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The printer driver registration screen appears. Select "None" for each operating system to complete the
registration.
NetWare Status
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "NetWare Setting" "NetWare Status".
NetWare connection status can be checked, if necessary.
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1
Using the WS print function
Specify settings for printing by using Web service function.
Printing is possible using the Web service function in Windows Vista/7/Server 2008. The Web service function
detects this machine connected to the network automatically , and then installs it as a WS printer. Specifying
this machine installed as a WS printer when printing allows printing using HTTP for communication.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Web Service Common Settings
Printer Settings
Finish
2
Note
For details on installing the printer driver, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations].
1.26.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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Web Service Common Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Web Service Settings" "Web Service Common Settings".
Specify the following setting.
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Friendly Name
Specify setting for Friendly Name (up to 62 characters).
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Printer Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Web Service Settings" "Printer Settings".
Specify the following settings.
Item
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Print Function
Select "ON".
Printer Name*
Specify the printer name (up to 63 characters).
Printer Location*
Specify the printer location (up to 63 characters).
Printer Information*
Specify the printer information (up to 63 characters).
Prior confirmation
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Using the WS scan function
Specify settings for scanning using Web service function.
Data can be scanned using the Web service function in Windows Vista/7/Server 2008 to forward the scanned
data to the computer. The Web service function detects this machine connected to the network, and then
installs it as a WS scanner. Specifying this machine installed as a WS scanner when scanning allows scanning
using HTTP for communication.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Web Service Common Settings
Scanner Settings
Finish
2
Note
For details on the WS Scan function, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scan/Fax/Network Fax
Operations].
1.27.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1
Web Service Common Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Web Service Settings" "Web Service Common Settings".
Specify the following setting.
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Friendly Name
Specify setting for Friendly Name (up to 62 characters).
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Scanner Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Web Service Settings" "Scanner Settings".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Scan Function
Select "ON".
Scanner Name*
Specify the scanner name (up to 63 characters).
Scanner Location*
Specify the scanner location (up to 63 characters).
Scanner Information*
Specify the scanner information (up to 63 characters).
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
Prior confirmation
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1
Using SSL for communication from Vista/7/Server 2008 to this
machine with Web service
2
Note
In order to make the communication between this machine and the computer into the SSL
communication, settings for the SSL communication must be made bidirectionally. Both this setting
and the "Using SSL for communication from this machine to Vista/7/Server 2008 with Web
service" on page 1-84 setting should be made.
When using the Web service function, specify settings for SSL-based encryption of communication from a
Windows Vista/7/Server 2008-equipped computer to this machine. These settings ensure safer file
transmission by encrypting Web service-based communication using SSL.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
SSL/TLS Setting
Web Service Common Settings
Finish
!
Detail
To encrypt communication from a computer to this machine using SSL, the computer must be able to
resolve the names for this machine using the DNS server. Register this machine to the DNS server in
advance, and specify settings for DNS at the computer side.
When the certificate of this machine is not published by certificate authority, register the certificate of
this machine to "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" for the Local computer in advance.
1.28.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.28.2
SSL/TLS Setting
Encrypt communication with this machine using SSL.
For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
1.28.3
Web Service Common Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Web Service Settings" "Web Service Common Settings".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Friendly Name
Specify setting for Friendly Name (up to 62 characters).
SSL Setting
Select "Enable".
Prior confirmation
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1
Using SSL for communication from this machine to Vista/7/Server
2008 with Web service
2
Note
In order to make the communication between this machine and the computer into the SSL
communication, settings for the SSL communication must be made bidirectionally. Both this setting
and the "Using SSL for communication from Vista/7/Server 2008 to this machine with Web
service" on page 1-83 setting should be made.
When using the Web service function, specify settings for SSL-based encryption of communication from this
machine to a Windows Vista/7/Server 2008-equipped computer. These settings ensure safer file
transmission by encrypting Web service-based communication using SSL.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
Web Service Common Settings
Action for Invalid Certificate
Finish
!
Detail
To encrypt communication from this machine to a computer using SSL, create a certificate at the
computer side in advance to associate TCP/IP with the communication port. (Default: Port No. 5385).
1.29.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.29.2
Web Service Common Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "Web Service Settings" "Web Service Common Settings".
Specify the following settings.
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Friendly Name
Specify setting for Friendly Name (up to 62 characters).
SSL Setting
Select "Enable".
Prior confirmation
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Action for Invalid Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - "Action
for Invalid Certificate".
Specify the following setting.
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Action for Invalid Certificate
Specify the operation when the validity period for the received certificate has expired.
If "Continue" is selected, processing continues even if the
date of the certificate is invalid.
If "Delete the Job" is selected, the job is deleted if the date
of the certificate is invalid.
Prior confirmation
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1.30
1
Monitoring this machine using the SNMP manager
Specify settings for monitoring this machine using the SNMP manager.
SNMP manager-based communication with this machine allows acquisition, management, and monitoring
of the information of this machine via the network. SNMP runs in a TCP/IP or IPX/SPX environment.
In addition, use of the TRAP function of SNMP allows setting for notification of the status of this machine. For
details, refer to "Providing notification of the status of this machine (TRAP)" on page 1-93.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
➀ Use TCP/IP
➁ Use IPX/SPX
➀
➁
TCP/IP Settings
NetWare Setting
SNMP Setting
Finish
1.30.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.30.2
1
NetWare Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "NetWare Setting" "NetWare Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
IPX Setting
Select "ON".
Ethernet Frame Type
Specify the frame type to be used.
Prior confirmation
Frame type
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1
SNMP Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "SNMP Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Prior confirmation
SNMP
Specifies whether to use the SNMP. If yes, specify whether
to use SNMP v1/v2 (IP), SNMP v3, and SNMP v1 (IPX).
SNMP v1 (IPX) can be specified only when IPX is enabled.
Protocol to be used
(TCP/IP or IPX/SPX)
UDP Port Setting
Default setting: 161
Specify the UDP port number.
SNMP v1/v2c Setting
Specify settings for using SNMP v1/v2c.
Read Community Name
Specify the community name to be used for scanning (up to
15 characters).
Write Community Name
Specify the community name to be used for reading and
writing (up to 15 characters).
SNMP v3 Setting
Specify settings for SNMP v3.
Context Name
Specify the context name (up to 63 characters).
Discovery User Name
Specify the user name for detection (up to 32 characters).
Read User Name
Specify the name of read only user (up to 32 characters).
Security Level
Specify the security level for read only user.
auth-password
Specify the read only user authentication password to be
used for authentication (up to 32 characters).
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Item
Definition
priv-password
Specify the read only user privacy password to be used for
privacy (encryption) (up to 32 characters).
Write User Name
Specify the reading/writing user name (up to 32 characters).
Security Level
Specify the security level for reading/writing user.
auth-password
Specify the reading/writing user authentication password to
be used for authentication (up to 32 characters).
priv-password
Specify the reading/writing user privacy password to be
used for privacy (encryption) (up to 32 characters).
Encryption Algorithm
Specify the encryption algorithm.
Authentication Method
Specify the authentication method.
Prior confirmation
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1.31
1
Providing notification of the status of this machine (E-mail)
Specify settings for notifying the administrator of the machine status via E-mail.
Using this function provides notification for a specified address when a warning message occurs on this
machine.
Communication by combining POP before SMTP, APOP, SMTP authentication or encryption using SSL/TLS
is available. For details, refer to "Sending scan data by E-mail" on page 1-25.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
E-mail TX (SMTP)
Status Notification Setting
Communicate with the
SMTP server using
SSL/TLS?
Yes
SMTP Authentication?
No
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
Yes
POP before SMTP?
No
Yes
SMTP Authentication
No
POP before SMTP
➀ POP over SSL?
➁ APOP?
Yes
No
➀ POP over SSL
➁ APOP Authentication
Finish
1.31.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.31.2
E-mail TX (SMTP)
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
TX (SMTP)".
Specify the following settings.
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E-mail TX Setting
Select "E-mail TX Setting" check box.
Prior confirmation
E-mail Notification
Select "ON".
SMTP Server Address
Specify the SMTP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Port Number
Default setting: 25
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
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Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Max Mail Size
Select whether to limit the size of sent messages.
Server Capacity
To limit the maximum mail size, specify the max. allowance
of the mail size including the attached file.
Mails exceeding the maximum allowance are removed.
If a mail is separated, this setting is disabled.
Receiving limit of the
server
Admin. E-mail Address
Displays the administrator address.
If the administrator address is not specified, specify it at
"Machine Setting".
Address for the administrator
Binary Division
To divide the mail size, select "Binary Division" check box.
If the mail software used for receiving mails does not have
the mail restore function, the mails may not be read.
Restore function of the
mail soft
Divided Mail Size
To divide the mail, specify a divided mail size.
Receiving limit of the
server
Status Notification Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Status Notification
Setting" - "E-mail Address" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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Prior confirmation
Notification Address
Specify the notification address.
Notification address
Replenish Paper Tray
Provides notification when a paper-out condition occurs.
JAM
Provides notification when a paper misfeed occurs.
PM Call
Provides notification when a periodic inspection is required.
Replace Staples
Provides notification when a staple-out condition occurs.
Replenish Toner
Provides notification when a toner-out condition occurs.
Finisher Tray Full
Provides notification when the finisher tray becomes full.
Service Call
Provides notification when a service call occurs.
Job Finished
Provides notification when the job is completed.
Hole-Punch Scrap Box
Full
Provides notification when hole-punch scraps must be removed.
Fusing Unit Yield
Provides notification when the fusing unit must be replaced.
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1
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
Specify the settings for SMTP over SSL/Start TLS.
For details, refer to "SMTP over SSL/Start TLS" on page 1-28.
1.31.5
SMTP Authentication
Specify the settings for SMTP authentication.
For details, refer to "SMTP Authentication" on page 1-29.
1.31.6
POP before SMTP
Specify the settings for POP before SMTP.
For details, refer to "POP before SMTP" on page 1-29.
1.31.7
POP over SSL
Specify the settings for POP over SSL.
For details, refer to "POP over SSL" on page 1-31.
1.31.8
APOP Authentication
Specify the settings for APOP authentication.
For details, refer to "APOP Authentication" on page 1-32.
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1.32
1
Providing notification of the status of this machine (TRAP)
Specify settings for notifying the administrator of the machine status using the TRAP function of SNMP.
Using this function provides notification for a specified IP address or IPX address when a warning message
occurs on this machine.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
➀ Provide notification for an IP
address
➁ Provide notification for an IPX
address
➀
➁
TCP/IP Settings
NetWare Setting
TRAP Setting
Status Notification Setting
Finish
!
Detail
To use the TRAP function of SNMP, specify settings for SNMP in advance. For details, refer to
"Monitoring this machine using the SNMP manager" on page 1-86.
1.32.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.32.2
1
NetWare Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "NetWare Setting" "NetWare Setting".
Specify the following settings.
1.32.3
Item
Definition
IPX Setting
Select "ON".
Ethernet Frame Type
Specify the frame type to be used.
Prior confirmation
Frame type
TRAP Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "SNMP Setting".
Specify the following settings.
1.32.4
Item
Definition
Allow Setting
Select "Allow".
Trap Setting when Authentication Fails
Select whether to enable the TRAP function when authentication failed.
Prior confirmation
Status Notification Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Status Notification
Setting" - "IP (IPX) Address" - [Edit].
For details on the settings, refer to "Status Notification Setting" on page 1-91.
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1.33
1
Providing notification of the counter information status of this machine
via E-mail
Specify settings for providing notification of counter information of this machine via E-mail.
Using this function provides notification of counter information managed by this machine for a specified
address. The counter of this machine can be checked by selecting PageScope Web Connection Maintenance tab - "Meter Count".
Communication by combining POP before SMTP, APOP, SMTP authentication or encryption using SSL/TLS
is available. For details, refer to "Sending scan data by E-mail" on page 1-25.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
E-mail TX (SMTP)
Total Counter Notification
Setting
Communicate with the
SMTP server using
SSL/TLS?
Yes
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
SMTP Authentication?
No
Yes
POP before SMTP?
No
Yes
SMTP Authentication
No
POP before SMTP
➀ POP over SSL?
➁ APOP?
Yes
No
➀ POP over SSL
➁ APOP Authentication
Finish
1.33.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.33.2
1
E-mail TX (SMTP)
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "E-mail Setting" - "E-mail
TX (SMTP)".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Prior confirmation
E-mail TX Setting
Select "E-mail TX Setting" check box.
Total Counter Notification
Select "ON".
SMTP Server Address
Specify the SMTP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Port Number
Default setting: 25
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
Connection Timeout
Specify the time period before the server connection times
out.
Max Mail Size
Select whether to limit the size of sent messages.
Server Capacity
To limit the maximum mail size, specify the max. allowance
of the mail size including the attached file.
Mails exceeding the maximum allowance are removed.
If a mail is separated, this setting is disabled.
Receiving limit of the
server
Admin. E-mail Address
Displays the administrator address.
If the administrator address is not specified, specify it at
"Machine Setting".
Address for the administrator
Binary Division
To divide the mail size, select "Binary Division" check box.
If the mail software used for receiving mails does not have
the mail restore function, the mails may not be read.
Restore function of the
mail soft
Divided Mail Size
To divide the mail, specify a divided mail size.
Receiving limit of the
server
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1.33.3
1
Total Counter Notification Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Total Counter
Notification Setting".
Specify the following settings.
1.33.4
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Model Name
Specify the model name indicated in the notification message (up to 20 characters).
Schedule Setting
Specify the conditions for the notification schedule. Schedules 1 and 2 can be registered with different settings.
Notification schedule
Register Notification Address
Specify the notification addresses (up to 320 characters).
Select the desired notification schedule.
Notification address
SMTP over SSL/Start TLS
Specify the settings for SMTP over SSL/Start TLS.
For details, refer to "SMTP over SSL/Start TLS" on page 1-28.
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1.33.5
1
SMTP Authentication
Specify the settings for SMTP authentication.
For details, refer to "SMTP Authentication" on page 1-29.
1.33.6
POP before SMTP
Specify the settings for POP before SMTP.
For details, refer to "POP before SMTP" on page 1-29.
1.33.7
POP over SSL
Specify the settings for POP over SSL.
For details, refer to "POP over SSL" on page 1-31.
1.33.8
APOP Authentication
Specify the settings for APOP authentication.
For details, refer to "APOP Authentication" on page 1-32.
1.33.9
Meter Count
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Meter Count".
The counter information managed by the machine can be displayed.
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1.34
1
Limiting users using this machine (Machine authentication)
Specify settings for using this machine using machine authentication.
Specify user authentication and account track settings in order to control the use of this machine. User
authentication settings are specified to manage individuals, and account track settings are specified to
manage groups and multiple users. By specifying both user authentication and account track settings, the
number of prints made by each account can be managed for each individual user.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
User Auth/Account Track
➀ User Authentication
➁ Account Track
➂ Synchronize user authentication and account track
➀
➁
➂
User Registration
Account Track Registration
Account Track Registration
User Registration
Finish
2
Note
For details on the machine authentication, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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1.34.1
1
User Auth/Account Track
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "User
Auth/Account Track".
Specify the following settings.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this menu is not displayed.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
General Settings
Select "ON (MFP)".
Public User Access
Specify whether to allow public users.
Whether to allow public
users
Account Track
To use the account track function, select "ON".
Whether to use Account
Track
Account Track Input
Method
To use the account track function, select the desired authentication method.
Synchronize User Authentication & Account
Track
To synchronize user authentication and account track functions, select "Synchronize".
Number of Counters Assigned for Users
To use the user authentication and account track, specify
the number of counters assigned for users.
When Number of Jobs
Reach Maximum
Specify the operation that is performed when the number of
copies or printouts have reached its maximum.
Whether to synchronize
the user authentication
and account track functions
!
Detail
If Enhanced Security Mode is set to "ON", the authentication method cannot be set to "OFF". In
addition, "Public User Access" is set to "Restrict".
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1
User Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "User Registration" - [New
Registration].
Specify the following settings.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this menu is not displayed.
Item
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No.
Enter the registration number.
User Name
Enter the user name.
E-mail Address
Enter the E-mail address.
User Password
Enter the password.
Prior confirmation
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Item
Definition
Retype User Password
Enter the password again.
Account Name
Register the account to which the user belongs. Before selecting the account name, register the account. When synchronization of the user authentication and account is
specified, this item appears.
Specify Icon
Specify an icon for user from [Search from List].
Function Permission
Specify whether to allow copy operations, scan operations,
saving to external memory, fax operations, printing, user box
operation, and print scan/fax from user box.
Max. Allowance Set
Specify whether to limit the max. allowance of output.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the destination access right of users to be registered
When "Reference Allowed Group" is selected, click [Search
from List], and then select a reference allowed group from
the list. When "Access Allowed Level" is selected, specify a
level.
Prior confirmation
!
Detail
If "Password Rules" is enabled, no password containing less than eight characters can be registered.
If you have already registered a user password containing less than eight characters, change it to one
using eight characters before enabling "Password Rules". For details on the password rules, refer to
the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
For details on limiting access to destinations, refer to "Limiting accessible destinations by user" on
page 1-154.
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1.34.3
1
Account Track Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Account Track Registration"
- [New Registration].
Specify the following settings.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this menu is not displayed.
Item
Definition
No.
Enter the registration number.
Account Name
Enter the account name.
Password
Enter the password.
Retype Password
Enter the password again.
Max. Allowance Set
Displays whether to limit the max. allowance of output.
Prior confirmation
!
Detail
If "Password Rules" is enabled, no password containing less than eight characters can be registered.
If you have already registered a user password containing less than eight characters, change it to one
using eight characters before enabling "Password Rules". For details on the password rules, refer to
the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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1.35
1
Limiting users using this machine (Active Directory)
Specify settings for limiting users of this machine using Active Directory.
To perform authentication using Active Directory of Windows 2000 Server or Windows 2003 Server, use this
setting. This setting limits functions available on a user basis.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
External Server Registration
User Auth/Account Track
Default Function Permission
Date/Time Setting
Finish
1.35.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
When using Active Directory, specify a DNS server synchronized with Active Directory in the DNS Server
Settings of this machine.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.35.2
1
External Server Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "External
Server Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
External Server Name
Enter the name of the external authentication server (up to 32
characters).
External Server Type
Select "Active Directory".
Default Domain Name
Enter the default domain name.
Prior confirmation
Default domain name
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1
User Auth/Account Track
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "User
Auth/Account Track".
Specify the following settings.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this menu is not displayed.
Item
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General Settings
Select "ON (External Server)".
Ticket Hold Time Setting
(Active Directory)
Specify the ticket hold time.
Prior confirmation
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1
Default Function Permission
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "Default
Function Permission".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Copy
Limits functions available to authorized users on this machine. Specify whether to allow each function.
Scan
Prior confirmation
Save to External Memory
Fax
Print
User Box
Print Scan/Fax from User
Box
Manual Destination Input
1.35.5
Date/Time Setting
When using Active Directory, specify the date and time on this machine.
For details, refer to "Specifying the date and time on this machine" on page 1-18.
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1.36
1
Limiting users using this machine (Windows domain/workgroup)
Specify settings for limiting users of this machine using NTLM authentication.
To perform authentication using NTLM when using Windows NT4.0 or using Active Directory of Windows
2000 Server or Windows Server 2003, use this setting. This setting limits functions available on a user basis.
This machine supports the Direct Hosting service. When the NTLM authentication is made in the IPv6
environment, the Direct Hosting setting is required to be enabled. Enabling the Direct Hosting setting allows
this machine to use the DNS server to obtain the IPv6 address of the Windows server.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
External Server Registration
User Auth/Account Track
Default Function Permission
Client Setting
IPv6 environment?
No
Yes
Use the WINS server?
Direct Hosting Setting
Yes
No
WINS Setting
Finish
1.36.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
When the NTLM authentication is made in the IPv6 environment, the Direct Hosting setting is required to be
enabled. With the DNS server set up, be sure to make the DNS setting of this machine correctly.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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1.36.2
1
External Server Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "External
Server Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
External Server Name
Enter the name of the external authentication server (up to 32
characters).
External Server Type
Select "NTLM v1" or "NTLM v2".
NTLMv2 is applied from Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack 4).
Default Domain Name
Enter the default domain name.
Enter the default domain name in uppercase letters.
Prior confirmation
Default domain name
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1
User Auth/Account Track
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "User
Auth/Account Track".
Specify the following setting.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this menu is not displayed.
1.36.4
Item
Definition
General Settings
Select "ON (External Server)".
Prior confirmation
Default Function Permission
Limits functions available to authorized users on this machine.
For details, refer to "Default Function Permission" on page 1-107.
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Client Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "SMB Setting" - "Client
Setting".
Specify the following setting.
Item
Definition
User Authentication
(NTLM)
Select "ON".
Prior confirmation
!
Detail
Specifying "OFF" for "User authentication (NTLM)" synchronizes with the user authentication setting,
switching to "ON (MFP)".
1.36.6
WINS Setting
To use the WINS server, specify settings for the WINS server.
For details, refer to "WINS Setting" on page 1-24.
1.36.7
Direct Hosting Setting
When the NTLM authentication is made in the IPv6 environment, the Direct Hosting setting is required to be
enabled.
For details, refer to "Direct Hosting Setting" on page 1-23.
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1.37
1
Limiting users using this machine (NDS)
Specify settings for limiting users of this machine using NDS.
To perform NDS-based authentication using NetWare 5.1 or NetWare 6.0, use this setting. This setting limits
functions available on a user basis.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
External Server Registration
User Auth/Account Track
Default Function Permission
NetWare Setting
Finish
!
Detail
NDS is available only when IPX is used as the protocol. NDS is not available when IP is used.
1.37.1
External Server Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "External
Server Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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1
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
External Server Name
Enter the name of the external authentication server (up to 32
characters).
External Server Type
Select "NDS".
Default NDS Tree Name
Enter the default NDS tree name.
Default NDS Context
Name
Enter the default NDS context name.
Prior confirmation
User Auth/Account Track
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "User
Auth/Account Track".
Specify the following setting.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this menu is not displayed.
1.37.3
Item
Definition
General Settings
Select "ON (External Server)".
Prior confirmation
Default Function Permission
Limits functions available to authorized users on this machine.
For details, refer to "Default Function Permission" on page 1-107.
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1
NetWare Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "NetWare Setting" "NetWare Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
IPX Setting
Select "ON".
Ethernet Frame Type
Specify the frame type to be used.
User Authentication Setting
Select "ON".
Prior confirmation
Frame type
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Limiting users using this machine (NDS over TCP/IP)
Specify settings for limiting users of this machine using NDS.
To perform NDS over TCP/IP-based authentication using NetWare 5.1, NetWare 6.0 or NetWare 6.5, use this
setting. This setting limits functions available on a user basis.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
External Server Registration
User Auth/Account Track
Default Function Permission
Finish
!
Detail
Be sure to apply the up-to-date service pack to each of the NetWare versions.
1.38.1
TCP/IP Settings
A setting is made to use this machine in the TCP/IP network environment.
When using the NDS over TCP/IP, the DNS server is required to be specified in [DNS Server Settings] of this
machine. While in the authentication, the IP address of the NDS authentication server can be obtained by
inquiring of the specified DNS server about the tree name and the context name.
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External Server Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "External
Server Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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No.
Displays the registration number.
External Server Name
Enter the name of the external authentication server (up to 32
characters).
External Server Type
Select "NDS over TCP/IP".
Default NDS Tree Name
Enter the default NDS tree name (up to 63 characters).
Default NDS Context
Name
Enter the default NDS context name (up to 191 characters).
Prior confirmation
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User Auth/Account Track
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "User
Auth/Account Track".
Specify the following setting.
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Item
Definition
General Settings
Select "ON (External Server)".
Prior confirmation
Default Function Permission
Limits functions available to authorized users on this machine.
For details, refer to "Default Function Permission" on page 1-107.
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Limiting users using this machine (LDAP)
Specify settings for limiting users of this machine using the LDAP server.
To perform authentication using the LDAP server, use this setting. This setting limits functions available on a
user basis.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
External Server Registration
User Auth/Account Track
Default Function Permission
Communicate with the LDAP
server using SSL?
Yes
No
LDAP over SSL
Finish
1.39.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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External Server Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "External
Server Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
No.
Displays the registration number.
External Server Name
Enter the name of the external authentication server (up to 32
characters).
External Server Type
Select "LDAP".
Server Address
Specify the LDAP server address. (Format: "***.***.***.***",
Range for ***: 0 to 255)
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified
using the host name.
This item can also be specified with IPv6.
Address of the server
Port No.
Specify the port number.
Port number for the server
Search Base
Specify the search starting point in a hierarchical structure
placed on the LDAP server. Searches are performed by also
including the subdirectories lower than the starting point that
was specified.
Timeout
Specify the maximum wait time for a search operation.
Authentication Method
Select the authentication method used for logging in to the
LDAP server.
Search Attribute
If "Digest-MD5" is selected as the authentication method,
specify the search attribute.
Authentication method
for the server
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User Auth/Account Track
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "User
Auth/Account Track".
Specify the following setting.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this menu is not displayed.
1.39.4
Item
Definition
General Settings
Select "ON (External Server)".
Prior confirmation
Default Function Permission
Limits functions available to authorized users on this machine.
For details, refer to "Default Function Permission" on page 1-107.
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LDAP over SSL
External Server Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Authentication" - "External
Server Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
Enable SSL
To encrypt communication between this machine and the
LDAP server using SSL, select the "Enable SSL" check box.
Whether the sever supports SSL
Port Number (SSL)
Specify the port number used in SSL communication.
Port number for the server
Action for Invalid Certificate
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "SSL/TLS Setting" - "Action
for Invalid Certificate".
Specify the following setting.
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Definition
Action for Invalid Certificate
Specify the operation when the validity period for the received certificate has expired.
If "Continue" is selected, processing continues even if the
date of the certificate is invalid.
If "Delete the Job" is selected, the job is deleted if the date
of the certificate is invalid.
Prior confirmation
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Performing IP address filtering
Specify settings for performing IP address filtering.
Performing IP address filtering limits access from specified IP addresses. Specify addresses from which this
machine is accessible and inaccessible.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
IP Filtering
Finish
1.40.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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IP Filtering
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "IP
Filtering".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Permit Access
To specify permitted addresses, select "Enable".
Set 1 to 5
Specify permitted addresses. (Format: "***.***.***.***", Range
for ***: 0 to 255)
Deny Access
To specify denied addresses, select "Enable".
Set 1 to 5
Specify denied addresses. (Format: "***.***.***.***", Range for
***: 0 to 255)
Prior confirmation
Permitted addresses
Denied addresses
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Communicating using IPv6
Specifying settings for IPv6-based communication
To allocate the IPv6 address to this machine, use this setting. IPv6 can run simultaneously with IPv4.
However, Ipv6 does not run independently.
When using this machine under the IPv6 environment, there are the following restrictions.
Printing using SMB is not available (available for direct hosting service).
Sending scan data using SMB is not available (available for direct hosting service).
SMB browsing is not available.
The NTLM authentication is not available (however, this can be made for the Direct Hosting service).
DHCPv6 cannot be used.
IP filtering is not available.
The printer driver installer cannot be used.
PageScope Web Connection cannot be displayed with Flash.
Refer to the following for more information about Direct Hosting Service.
"Sending scan data to a Windows computer" on page 1-21
"Printing (SMB)" on page 1-65
"Limiting users using this machine (Windows domain/workgroup)" on page 1-108
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TCP/IP Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "TCP/IP
Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
Prior confirmation
TCP/IP
Select "ON".
IPv6
Select "ON".
Auto IPv6 Setting
To automatically obtain the IPv6 address, select "ON".
Link-Local Address
Displays the link-local address generated from the MAC address.
Global Address
When not automatically obtain the IPv6 address, specify the
IPv6 global address.
IPv6 address
Prefix Length
When not automatically obtain the IPv6 address, specify the
IPv6 global address prefix length.
Prefix length
Gateway Address
When not automatically obtain the IPv6 address, specify the
IPv6 gateway address.
Gateway address
Whether to automatically
obtain the IPv6 address
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Detail
If necessary, specify settings for DNS. For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IPbased communication" on page 1-2.
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Communicating using IPsec
Specify settings for IPsec-based communication
Communicating using IPsec prevents falsification and disclosure of data by IP packet. This function ensure
safer communication even if transport or application that does not support encryption is used
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
IPsec
IKE Setting
SA Setting
Peer
Finish
1.42.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
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IPsec
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "IPsec".
Specify the following setting.
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Definition
IPsec
Select "ON".
Prior confirmation
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IKE Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "IPsec"
- "IKE" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings. (Up to four groups can be registered in "IKE".)
1.42.4
Item
Definition
Key Validity Period
Specify the validity period of a key generated when creating
a control tunnel.
Diffie-Hellman Group
Select "Diffie-Hellman Group".
Encryption Algorithm
Select the encryption algorithm to be used when creating a
control tunnel.
Authentication Algorithm
Select the authentication algorithm to be used when creating
a control tunnel.
Prior confirmation
SA Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "IPsec"
- "SA" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings. (Up to eight groups can be registered in "SA".)
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Definition
Lifetime After Establishing SA
Specify the validity period of a key generated when creating
a communication tunnel.
Security Protocol
Select the security protocol.
ESP Encryption Algorithm
When "ESP" is selected for "Security Protocol", specify the
ESP encryption algorithm.
ESP Authentication Algorithm
When "ESP" is selected for "Security Protocol", specify the
ESP authentication algorithm.
AH Authentication Algorithm
When "AH" is selected for "Security Protocol", specify the
AH authentication algorithm.
Prior confirmation
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Peer
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP/IP Setting" - "IPsec"
- "Peer" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings. (Up to 10 peers can be registered in "Peer".)
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Definition
Perfect Forward Secrecy
To increase the IKE strength, select "ON".
Peer
Specify the IP address of the peer.
Pre-Shared Key Text
Specify the Pre-Shared Key text shared with the peer.
Encapsulation Mode
Specify the operation mode of IPsec.
Prior confirmation
IP address of the peer
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Authentication of IEEE802.1X
When this machine is used in the cable LAN environment into which the IEEE802.1X authentication is
introduced, make settings of the supplicants (authenticated clients) of this machine.
Making the IEEE802.1X authentication allows you to restrict the connection to the LAN environment of
equipment other than those permitted by the administrator. Be sure to make settings of this machine in
compliance with the environment in which the machine is use.
Refer to the flowchart shown below for settings.
TCP/IP Settings
Installation of the client certificate
Installation of CA Certificate
IEEE802.1X Authentication Setting
IEEE802.1X Authentication Trial
Finish
1.43.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.43.2
Installation of the client certificate
Install the client certificate of this machine according to the EAP authentication method to be used.
When EAP-Type is [EAP-TLS], the installation of the client certificate is indispensable.
When EAP-Type is [EAP-TTLS] or [PEAP], the client certificate is required to be installed depending on
how the machine is used.
For details of the installation of the client certificate, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for
SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
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Installation of CA Certificate
When conducting a CA reliability check on the server certificate, install the CA certificate in this machine.
In the administrator mode of the PageScope Web Connection, select the [Security] tab - [Installation of CA
Certificate] to make the following settings.
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Definition
Installation of CA Certificate
Paste the route CA certificate (PEM format). This is used for
the CA reliability check of the server certificate.
Prior confirmation
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IEEE802.1X Authentication Setting
In the administrator mode of the PageScope Web Connection, select the [Network] tab - [IEEE802.1X
Authentication Setting]-[IEEE802.1X Authentication Setting] to make the following settings.
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Definition
Authentication Status
The state of authentication is displayed.
• Authenticated: Displayed when authenticated.
• Authenticating: Displayed when being authenticated.
• Disabled: Displayed when not authenticated.
• Authentication Failure: Displayed when authentication failed.
Pressing [Refresh] updates the current state of authentication.
IEEE802.1X Authentication Setting
Select [ON].
User ID
Enter a user ID (up to 128 alphanumeric characters).
The user ID is used by all of the EAP-Types.
Password
Enter a password (up to 128 alphanumeric characters).
The password is used by EAP-Type other than [EAPTLS].
EAP-Type
Select the EAP authentication method.
When [Depend on Server] is selected, authentication is
made by EAP-Type provided by the authentication
server.
In compliance with EAP-Type provided by the authentication server, make settings of supplicants required
by this machine.
Avoid setting to [OFF].
Prior confirmation
EAP authentication
method
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EAP-TTLS Internal Authentication
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User ID
Enter an anonymous name to be used for authentication of EAP-TTLS (up to 128 alphanumeric characters).
When EAP-Type is [EAP-TTLS] or [Depend on Server],
a setting can be made.
Protocol
Select the internal authentication protocol of EAPTTLS. When EAP-Type is [EAP-TTLS] or [Depend on
Server], a setting can be made.
Encryption Strength
Select the encryption strength when a cypher communication is made in TLS.
• Low : Communication is made in all key lengths.
• Mid : Communication is made in key lengths exceeding 56 bits.
• High : Communication is made in key lengths exceeding 128 bits.
When [OFF] or other than [EAP-MD5] is selected for
EAP-Type, a setting can be made.
Verify Server
Certification
Validity Period
A selection is made to see if the server certificate is valid or not.
CA Reliability
A selection is made to see if there is nothing abnormal
with the chain (certification pass) of the server certificate. A checking of the chain is made by reference to
the route CA certificate registered on this machine. For
details, refer to "Installation of CA Certificate" on
page 1-132.
Server ID
A selection is made to decide whether or not the common name (CN) of the server certificate coincides with
the address of the server.
When the CN is checked, make a setting of [Server ID].
Prior confirmation
Server ID
Enter the server ID (up to 64 alphanumeric characters).
This setting is required when the CN of the server certificate is checked.
Is the CN of the server
certificate checked ?
CA Certificates
An indication is made to see if the route CA certificate
is installed.
When the CA reliability of the server certificate is
checked, this is required to be installed.
For details of the method for installation, refer to "Installation of CA Certificate" on page 1-132.
Is the CA reliability of
the server certificate
checked?
Client Certificates
Use the client certificate of this machine to make a selection to decide whether or not the authentication information is encrypted. When the client certificate is
installed in this machine, a setting can be made.
When [EAP-TLS] is selected for EAP-Type, the client
certificate is indispensable.
When EAP-Type is [EAP-TTLS] or [PEAP], a setting can
also be made.
Network Stop Time
When authentication is not completed successfully
within a specified period of time after the start of authentication, all the network communications are
stopped.
When a respite time is set from the start of authentication until the stop of the network communication, make
a check in.
Stop Time
Set a respite time (in seconds) from the start of authentication until the stop of the network communication.
If you want to make authentication again after the stop
of the network communication, turn on the main power
of this machine again after turning it off.
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IEEE802.1X Authentication Trial
In the administrator mode of the PageScope Web Connection, select the [Network] tab - [IEEE802.1X
Authentication Setting] - [IEEE802.1X Authentication Trial].
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Authentication Status
The state of authentication is displayed.
• Authenticated: Displayed when authenticated.
• Authenticating: Displayed when being authenticated.
• Disabled: Displayed when not authenticated.
• Authentication Failure: Displayed when authentication
failed.
Pressing [Refresh] updates the current state of authentication.
Authentication Trial
The trial of authentication is conducted at once.
Prior confirmation
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Using the TCP Socket/OpenAPI function
Specify settings for TCP Socket and OpenAPI of this machine.
TCP socket is used during data transmissions between the computer application and this machine.
To synchronize this machine with a different OpenAPI-based system, specify settings for OpenAPI.
Authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, make settings of SSL/TLS before
enabling the SSL/TLS settings of the TCP Socket and OpenAPI.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
➀ TCP Socket
➁ OpenAPI
➀
➁
Communicate using SSL?
Communicate using SSL?
Yes
No
No
Yes
SSL/TLS Setting
SSL/TLS Setting
TCP Socket Setting
OpenAPI Setting
SSDP Setting
Finish
1.44.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.44.2
SSL/TLS Setting
Specify settings for SSL-based communication.
For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
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TCP Socket Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "TCP Socket Setting".
Specify the following settings.
!
Detail
To use SSL/TLS, install the certificate in advance. For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this
machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
Item
Definition
TCP Socket
Select the "TCP Socket" check box.
Port Number
Specify the port number.
Use SSL/TLS
To use SSL/TLS, select the "Use SSL/TLS" check box.
Port No. (SSL)
Specify the port number used in SSL communication.
Prior confirmation
Whether to use SSL/TLS
!
Detail
If Enhanced Security Mode is set to "ON", the "Use SSL/TLS" check box is selected.
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OpenAPI Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "OpenAPI Setting".
Specify the following settings.
!
Detail
To use SSL/TLS, install the certificate in advance. For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this
machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
Item
Definition
Port Number
Specify the port number.
Use SSL/TLS
To use SSL/TLS, select the "Use SSL/TLS" check box.
Port No. (SSL)
Specify the port number used in SSL communication.
Prior confirmation
Use SSL/TLS?
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Detail
When the security enhancement setting is turned on, [Use SSL/TLS] is set to "Enable".
When authentication is made from the printer driver with the PageScope Authentication Manager, Set
[Authentication] of the OpenAPI Setting to [OFF] on the operation panel.
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SSDP Setting
When OpenAPI is used, SSDP is required to be enabled.
In the administrator mode of the PageScope Web Connection, select the [Network] tab - [SSDP Setting] to
make the following settings.
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Definition
SSDP Setting
Select [ON].
Multicast TTL Setting
Set the TTL value of the SSDP multi-cast.
Prior confirmation
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Using FTP server/WebDAV server functions
Specify settings for FTP server and WebDAV server of this machine.
This machine serves as an FTP server or WebDAV server by specifying the following settings. To use an
application that synchronizes with this machine as an FTP or WebDAV client, specify these settings.
By using this machine as an WebDAV server, communication with application software can be encrypted
using SSL and safer communication is enabled.
Specify the settings according to the following flowchart.
TCP/IP Settings
➀ FTP Server
➁ WebDAV Server
➀
➁
FTP Server Setting
Communicate using SSL?
No
Yes
SSL/TLS Setting
WebDAV Server Settings
Finish
1.45.1
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment.
For details, refer to "Specifying general settings for TCP/IP-based communication" on page 1-2.
1.45.2
SSL/TLS Setting
Specify settings for SSL-based communication.
For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
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FTP Server Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "FTP Setting" - "FTP Server
Setting".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Description
FTP Server
Select "ON".
Prior confirmation
!
Detail
If Enhanced Security Mode is set to enable, "OFF" is selected.
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WebDAV Server Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Network tab - "WebDAV Settings" "WebDAV Server Settings".
Specify the following settings.
!
Detail
To use SSL/TLS, install the certificate in advance. For details, refer to "Creating a certificate for this
machine for SSL-based communication" on page 1-8.
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Description
WebDAV Settings
Select "ON".
SSL Setting
To use SSL/TLS, select "SSL Only" or "SSL/Non-SSL".
Password
Specify the password for connecting to the WebDAV server.
[Initial Password]
The specified password can be initialized.
Default: sysadm
Prior confirmation
Use SSL/TLS?
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Other items on the Maintenance tab
This section describes other items specifiable on the Maintenance tab for the PageScope Web Connection.
1.46.1
Using external memory
Specify settings for using external memory on this machine.
Connecting external memory to the USB port of this machine front part allows sending scanned data to
external memory and printing data in external memory.
2
Note
An image controller and a hard disk are optionally required to print the data in the external memory.
2
Reminder
Do not pull out the external memory while a document is being saved to the external memory or being
printed.
External Memory Function Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "External Memory
Function Settings".
Specify the following settings.
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Save Document
To send scanned data to external memory, select "ON".
To prevent data from being stolen, "OFF" is specified as default. To use an external memory, select "ON".
Print Document
To print data in external memory, select "ON".
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Using the timer function
Specify settings for the timer function of this machine.
Settings for the power save function and weekly timer function can be specified.
Power Save Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Timer Setting" - "Power
Save Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Low Power Mode Setting
Specify the time period before the machine enters Low Power mode.
Sleep Mode Setting
Specify the time period before the machine enters Sleep mode.
Power Save Key
Manually specify the setting for the power save function (Low Power or Sleep mode).
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Weekly Timer Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Timer Setting" "Weekly Timer Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Use Weekly Timer
To use the weekly timer function, select this check box, and then specify the operating
date and time. To display the screen for specifying dates, click [Setting]. Weekly setting
and daily settings are possible.
Use Power Save
To use the power save function, select this check box, and then specify the starting and
ending times for power saving
Use Overtime Password
To use the non-business hours password function, select this check box, and then specify
the password.
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Importing or exporting setting information
Import or export setting information of this machine.
Machine settings can be saved (exported) from this machine to the computer, or can be written from the
computer to the machine (imported).
Import/Export
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Import/Export".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Device Setting
Imports or exports device settings.
Audit Log
Exports the audit log information.
Counter
Exports the counter information.
Authentication Information
All the authentication data can be backed up and restored.
And the user registration information and the authentication data can also be imported
and exported.
When the authentication device is used optionally on this machine, the authentication
data can be imported and exported.
When the authentication information is exported, a password can be set if necessary.
An authenticated password is required when the authentication information is imported.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager, this item is not
displayed.
Address
All the address data can be backed up and restored. And each of the address information
can also be imported and exported.
When the address information is exported, a password can be set if necessary.
A set password is required when the address information is imported.
Copy Protect/Stamp
Patterns and stamp data can be imported and exported.
!
Detail
Exported files cannot be edited.
When E-mail destinations with certificates are exported and imported, the certificate information must
be registered again after importing.
"Audit Log" and "Counter" are available only for exporting.
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When importing or exporting authentication data, operate user registration information in the same way.
Operate the authentication data after operate the user authentication information.
"Audit Log" is available when audit log setting is enabled on this machine.
1.46.4
Resetting setting information
Reset machine settings.
Network settings, controller settings, and remote address settings can be reset.
Network Setting Clear
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Reset" - "Network
Setting Clear".
To reset to the factory default network settings, click [Clear].
!
Detail
If Enhanced Security Mode is set to "ON", this menu item does not appear.
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Reset
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Reset" - "Reset".
To reset the controller, click [Reset].
Format All Destination
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Reset" - "Format All
Destination".
To delete all destinations registered on the machine, click [Format].
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Specifying support information
Specify the support information for the machine.
Online Assistance
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Online Assistance".
Specify the following settings.
Item
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Contact Name
Specify the contact name for the machine (up to 63 characters).
Contact Information
Specify contact name information for the machine such as the phone number or URL (up
to 127 characters).
Product Help URL
Specify the URL of the Web page for product information (up to 127 characters).
Corporate URL
Specify the URL of the Web page for corporate (up to 127 characters).
Supplies and Accessories
Specify consumables supplier information (up to 127 characters).
Online Help URL
Specify the online help URL (up to 127 characters).
Driver URL
Specify the driver storage location (up to 127 characters).
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Registering the header or footer
To make copies on this machine, register a text that can be printed as a header or footer.
Header/Footer Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "Header/Footer
Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
Item
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Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Specify the registration name.
Pages
Select the pages to be printed.
Size
Specify the size.
Date/Time Setting
Specify the date and time formats.
Distribution Number
Specify the distribution number text. Select the output format, and then specify the starting number.
Header/Footer
Specify whether to print the following items.
• Header String/Footer String (up to 40 characters each)
• Date/Time Setting
• Distribution Number
• Job Number
• Serial Number
• User Name/Account Name
• Print Position
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Checking the ROM version
Check the ROM version of this machine.
ROM Version
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - ROM Version.
Check the ROM version of this machine.
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Extending functions of MFP
A request code can be issued and license can be installed.
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Detail
For details on acquiring a license code and installing the license, refer to the Quick Guide
[Copy/Print/Fax/Scan/Box Operations].
Get Request Code
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "License Settings" "Get Request Code".
Click the [OK] button, and the request code is issued.
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Detail
When the optional hard disk is not installed, this menu is not displayed.
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Install License
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Maintenance tab - "License Settings" "Install License".
Specify the following settings.
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Detail
If the optional upgrade kit and the optional hard disk are not installed, this menu item does not appear.
Item
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LK-101/102/103
Select a function to be enabled, and then select "Registered".
License Code
Enter the acquired license code without using hyphens.
[OK]
Enables the function.
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Other items on the Security tab
This section describes other items specifiable on the Security tab for the PageScope Web Connection.
1.47.1
Limiting accessible destinations by user
Register reference allowed groups and specify whether to allow reference to public users.
Specifying the reference allowed group and the access allowed level for destinations to be registered limits
destinations to be displayed on an accessing user basis at the time of user authentication or logging in to
public mode.
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Detail
For details on limiting access to destinations, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
When registering a user, specify groups accessible to the user and reference allowed level. For details,
refer to "User Registration" on page 1-101.
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination to be registered when registering an address
book destination and reference allowed level. For details, refer to "Registering or editing an address
book destination" on page 1-168.
Reference Allowed Group Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Address Reference Setting"
- "Reference Allowed Group Registration" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
Item
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Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Reference Allowed
Group Name
Specify the reference allowed group name (up to 24 characters).
Access Allowed Level
Specify the access allowed level for the group.
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Public User Reference Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Address Reference Setting"
- "Public User Reference Setting".
Specify the destination access right of public users. When "Reference Allowed Group" is selected, click
[Search from List], and then select a reference allowed group from the list. When "Access Allowed Level" is
selected, specify a level.
1.47.2
Restricting address registration by a user
Restrict address registration or change by a general user.
Permission of Address Change
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Permission of Address
Change".
Specify the following setting.
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Item
Definition
Registering and Changing Addresses
Select "Restrict".
If "Restrict" is selected, this menu item is not displayed on the Store Address tab in the
user mode.
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Detail
If Enhanced Security Mode is set to "ON", "Restrict" is specified.
1.47.3
Specifying the auto logout time
Specify the length of time before Administrator mode or User mode is automatically logged out.
If no operation is performed for the length of time specified here, the user will automatically be logged out.
Auto Logout
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Auto Logout".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
Admin. Mode Logout
Time
Specify the time period before the user is automatically logged out when no operation is
performed for a certain period of time in Administrator mode.
User Mode Logout Time
Specify the time period before the user is automatically logged out when no operation is
performed for a certain period of time in the user mode.
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Specifying the administrator password
Specify the password for the machine’s administrator.
Administrator Password Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Security tab - "Administrator Password
Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Detail
If Enhanced Security Mode is set to "ON", this menu item does not appear.
If the certificate for this machine is not installed, this menu item does not appear.
Item
Definition
Administrator Password
Specify the administrator password (up to 8 characters).
Retype Administrator
Password
Enter the administrator password again for confirmation.
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Detail
If "Password Rules" is enabled, no password containing less than eight characters can be registered.
If you have already registered a user password containing less than eight characters, change it to one
using eight characters before enabling "Password Rules". For details on the password rules, refer to
the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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1.48
1
Box tab settings
This section describes other items specifiable on the Box tab for the PageScope Web Connection.
From the Box tab, user boxes can be created and basic user box information can be viewed.
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Note
For details on the box function, refer to the User’s Guide [Box Operations].
1.48.1
Changing user box settings or deleting a user box
Change created user box settings or delete a user box.
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Detail
In Administrator mode, user box settings can be changed and a user box can be deleted without
entering the user box password. In the user mode, files in the box can be operated. For details, refer to
the User’s Guide [Box Operations].
Open User Box
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Box tab - "Open User Box".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
[User Box Setting]
Changes the user box settings.
[Delete User Box]
Deletes the user box.
User Box Setting
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User Box Number
Displays the user box number.
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
Index
Specify the indexing characters.
Auto Delete Document
Specify the period during which data in the user box is saved.
User Box Expansion
Function is changed.
To add the confidential reception function to the user box, specify the password (up to 8
characters).
This setting appears when the optional fax kit is installed.
User Box Password is
changed.
To change the user box password, select the check box. Specify the current password
and the new password (up to 8 characters).
User Box Owner is
changed.
When the box owner is changed, make a check in and select a box type.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager and a log-in is
made in the administrator mode with the shared box selected, this item is not displayed.
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Creating a new user box
Create a new user box.
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Detail
Public user boxes can be created only, and they cannot be changed in Administrator mode. For details
on creating a user box, refer to the User’s Guide [Box Operations].
Create User Box
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Box tab - "Create User Box".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
User Box Number
Select the registration number of the box to be created ("Use opening number" or "Direct
Input").
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
To specify the user box password, select the "Use Box Password" check box, and then
specify the password (up to 8 characters).
Index
Specify the indexing characters.
Type
Specify the user box type. Public user boxes can be created only, and they cannot be
changed in Administrator mode.
Auto Delete Document
Specify the period during which data in the user box is saved.
User Box Expansion
Function
To add the confidential reception function to the user box, specify the password (up to 8
characters).
This setting appears when the optional fax kit is installed.
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!
Detail
If "Password Rules" is enabled, no password containing less than eight characters can be registered.
If you have already registered a user password containing less than eight characters, change it to one
using eight characters before enabling "Password Rules". For details on the password rules, refer to
the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
1.48.3
Changing system box settings or deleting system boxes
Change the settings for created system boxes (bulletin board User box, relay user box, and annotation user
box) or delete the boxes.
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Detail
If the optional FAX kit is installed, "Bulletin Board User Box" and "Relay User Box" are selectable.
If the optional hard disk is installed, "Annotation User Box" is selectable.
Open System User Box
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Box tab - "Open System User Box".
Specify the following settings. (The screen when "Bulletin Board User Box" is selected)
Item
Definition
[User Box Setting]
Changes the user box settings.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager and a log-in is
made in the administrator mode with the personal user box selected, this item is not displayed.
[Delete User Box]
Deletes the user box.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager and a log-in is
made in the administrator mode with the personal user box selected, this item is not displayed.
"Bulletin Board User Box" settings
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User Box Number
Displays the user box number.
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
Auto Delete Document
Specify the period during which data in the user box is saved.
User Box Password is
changed.
Change the user box password (up to 8 characters).
User Box Owner is
changed.
To change the user box owner, select this check box, and then specify the box type.
When authentication is made with the PageScope Authentication Manager and a log-in is
made in the administrator mode with the public user box selected, this item is not displayed.
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"Relay User Box" settings
Item
Definition
User Box Number
Displays the user box number.
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
Relay Address
Specify the relay address.
Relay TX Password is
changed.
To change the relay user box password, select the check box. Specify the current password and the new password (up to 8 characters).
"Annotation User Box" settings
1.48.4
Item
Definition
User Box Number
Displays the user box number.
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
Auto Delete Document
Specify the period during which data in the user box is saved.
Change User Box Password
Change the user box password.
Change Count Up
To change the counting method, select the check box, and then specify the counting
method. If the user box contains documents, the setting cannot be specified.
Change Stamp Elements
To change the text, select the check box, and then specify settings for "Primary field",
"Secondary Field", "Date/Time", "Print Position", "Density", and "Number Type".
Creating a new system user box
Create a new system user box.
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Detail
If the optional FAX kit is installed, "Bulletin Board User Box" and "Relay User Box" are selectable.
Create System User Box
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Box tab - "Create System User Box".
Specify the following settings. (The screen when "Bulletin Board User Box" is selected)
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When "Bulletin Board User Box" is selected
Item
Definition
User Box Number
Specify the registration number of the box to be created ("Use opening number" or "Direct
Input").
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
To specify the user box password, select the "Use Box Password" check box, and then
specify the password (up to 8 characters).
Type
Specify the user box type. Public user boxes can be created only, and they cannot be
changed in Administrator mode.
Auto Delete Document
Specify the period during which data in the user box is saved.
When "Relay User Box" is selected
Item
Definition
User Box Number
Specify the registration number of the box to be created ("Use opening number" or "Direct
Input").
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
To specify the user box password, select the "Use Box Password" check box, and then
specify the password (up to 8 characters).
Relay Address
Specify the relay address.
Relay TX Password
Specify the relay TX password (up to 8 characters).
Retype Relay TX Password
Type in the relay TX password again.
When "Annotation User Box" is selected
Item
Definition
User Box Number
Specify the registration number of the box to be created ("Use opening number" or "Direct
Input").
User Box Name
Specify the user box name (up to 20 characters).
To specify the user box password, select the "Use Box Password" check box, and then
specify the password (up to 8 characters).
Auto Delete Document
Specify the period during which data in the user box is saved.
Count Up
Select the counting method. If the user box contains documents, the setting cannot be
specified.
Stamp Elements
Specify settings for "Primary Field", "Secondary Field", "Date/Time Setting", "Print Position", "Density", and "Number Type"
!
Detail
If "Password Rules" is enabled, no password containing less than eight characters can be registered.
If you have already registered a user password containing less than eight characters, change it to one
using eight characters before enabling "Password Rules". For details on the password rules, refer to
the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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1.49
1
Print Setting tab settings
This section describes other items specifiable on the Print Setting tab for the PageScope Web Connection.
On the Print Setting tab, specify settings for the print function of this machine.
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Note
For details on the print function, refer to the User’s Guide [Print Operations (IC-207)].
1.49.1
Specifying initial settings for the print function
Specify initial settings for the print function.
Basic Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Print Setting tab - "Basic Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
PDL Setting
Specify the PDL language.
Paper Tray
Specify the paper tray.
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Item
Definition
Output Tray
Specify the output tray.
2-Sided Print
Specify whether to perform 2-sided print.
Bind Direction
Specify the binding direction.
Staple
Specify whether to perform staple. If yes, specify the number of staples.
Punch
Specify whether to perform punch.
Number of Sets
Specifies the number of copies to be printed.
Default Paper Size
Specifies the paper size.
Original Direction
Select the original direction.
Spool Print Jobs in HDD
before RIP
Select whether to spool a print job to HDD.
Banner Sheet Setting
Specify whether to print the first page on the banner page.
Banner Sheet Paper Tray
Select the default paper tray used for printing the banner pages.
No Matching Paper in
Tray Setting
Specify whether to continue printing from a different paper tray when there is no paper of
the appropriate size in the specified paper tray.
A4/A3←→LTR/LGR
Auto Switch
Select whether to print an A4 (Letter)/A3 (Ledger) original in the same size with disregard
to image missing when the Letter (A4)/Ledger (A3) paper tray is selected.
Binding Direction Adjustment
Specify the binding direction adjustment method.
Skip Blank Pages
A setting is made to decide whether or not the "Skip Blank Pages" is activated. When activated, pages with no printing data are not printed.
Date/Time Print Position
The print position of the Date/Time is set.
Date/Time Text Size
The text size of the Date/Time is set.
Page Number Print Position
The print position of the Page Number is set.
Page Number Text Size
The text size of the Page Number is set.
Insert Sheet Page Numbering
A setting is made to decide whether or not the page number is printed on the Cover and
the Insert sheet.
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Detail
The staple function is available only if the optional finisher is installed.
The punch function is available only if the optional finisher and punch kit are installed.
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1.49.2
1
Specifying settings for PCL/PS/XPS print
Specify settings for PCL/PS/XPS print
PCL Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Print Setting tab - "PCL Setting".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Symbol Set
Specify the symbol set.
Typeface
Select the internal font ("Resident Font") or downloaded font ("Download Font").
Font Size
Specify the font size.
Line/Page
Specify the number of lines per page.
CR/LF Mapping
Specify the text data CR/LF replacement method.
PS Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Print Setting tab - "PS Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
PS Error Print
Specify whether to print error message when an error occurs during PS rasterization.
TIFF/PDF Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Print Setting tab - "TIFF/PDF Setting".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Auto Paper Select
While in the TIFF/PDF direct print, a setting is made to decide whether or not the Auto Paper Select is employed.
XPS Settings
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Print Setting tab - "XPS Settings".
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Note
The display of the XPS Settings is available only when a hard disk is optionally installed.
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Verify XPS Digital Signature
Specify whether to verify digital signature. When "ON" is selected, the document without
a valid digital signature is not printed.
Print XPS Errors
Specify whether to print error message when an error occurs during XPS print.
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1
Specifying the interface timeout
Specify the time period before the interfaced connection times out.
Interface Setting
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Print Setting tab - "Interface Setting".
Specify the following settings.
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Definition
Network Timeout
Specify the reception timeout for the network.
USB Timeout
Specify the USB timeout.
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1
Store Address tab settings
From the Store Address tab, transmission destinations and user box destinations for saving data can be
registered and their settings can be changed.
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Detail
When users are permitted to register addresses, address registration and modification are available in
the User mode as well. For details on settings whether or not to permit address registration by users,
refer to "Restricting address registration by a user" on page 1-155.
1.50.1
Registering or editing an address book destination
Register a new address book, change address book settings, or register the icon.
Register destinations in the address book in advance, and then they are selectable when sending. Also, an
icon can be registered to a registered address book.
Address Book
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Address Book".
Specify the following settings.
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Item
Definition
[New Registration]
Registers a new destination in the address book.
Search from Number
Select a range of registration numbers, and then click [Go] to display the list of destinations of the selected number.
Search from Index
Select the search text, and then click [Go] to display the list of destinations of the selected
texts.
No.
Displays the registration number.
Function
Displays functions for which addresses were registered.
Name
Displays registered names.
S/MIME
Shows whether or not a certificate is attached to the E-mail destination.
[Edit]
Edits the registered address. The settings are the same as ones available during registration.
[Delete]
Deletes the address from the address book.
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When "E-mail" was selected using [New Registration]
Item
Definition
No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
E-mail Address
Enter the address for the destination (up to 320 characters).
Registration of Certification Information
Select this check box to register certificate information.
Select the "Registration of Certification Information" check box. Click [Browse...], and
then specify the certificate information. Only files in the DER (Distinguished Encoding
Rules) format are supported for certificate information. To delete the certificate information, select "Deletion of Certification Information".
If the E-Mail address to be registered does not match the E-Mail address of the certificate,
the certificate cannot be registered. Confirm whether both E-Mail addresses match, and
then register the certificate.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "FTP" was selected using [New Registration]
Item
Definition
No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
Host Address
Specify the IP address of the FTP server of the destination.
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified using the host name (up to 63
characters).
File Path
Specify the directory of the destination (up to 96 characters).
User ID
Type in the user ID for logging in to the FTP server of the destination (up to 47 characters).
Password
Type in the password for logging in to the FTP server of the destination (up to 31 characters).
anonymous
Specify whether even an anonymous user can access the destination.
PASV Mode
Register whether to make communication in the PASV mode.
Proxy
Specifies whether or not a proxy server is used.
Port Number
Specify the port number to be used.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "SMB" was selected using [New Registration]
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Item
Definition
No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
Host Address
Specify the IP address of the computer of the destination.
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified using the host name (up to
255 characters).
File Path
Specify the directory of the destination (up to 85 characters).
User ID
Type in the user ID for logging in to the computer of the destination (up to 127 characters).
Password
Type in the password for logging in to the computer of the destination (up to 127 characters).
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
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When "WebDAV" was selected using [New Registration]
Item
Definition
No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
Host Address
Specify the IP address of the WebDAV server of the destination.
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified using the host name (up to
255 characters).
File Path
Specify the directory of the destination (up to 47 characters).
User ID
Type in the user ID for logging in to the WebDAV server of the destination (up to 21 characters).
Password
Type in the password for logging in to the WebDAV server of the destination (up to 63
characters).
SSL Settings
Specify whether perform encryption using SSL.
Proxy
Specifies whether or not a proxy server is used.
Port No.
Specify the port number to be used.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "User Box" was selected using [New Registration]
Item
Definition
No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
User Box No.
Specify the user box number of the destination.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "Fax" was selected using [New Registration]
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Detail
Appears if the optional fax kit has been installed.
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No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
Destination
Enter the fax number for the destination (up to 38 characters).
Confirm Fax Number
In order to prevent a fax number from being incorrectly registered, enter again the fax
number.
This item is displayed only when [Confirm Address (Register)] is set to [ON] on the control
panel.
Line Setting
Specify the line to be used. This item is enabled if the optional fax multi line is installed.
Communication Setting
Click [Display], and then select the check box for the displayed item ("V34 off", "ECM Off",
"International Communication" or "Check Dest. & Send").
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
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When "IP Address Fax" was selected using [New Registration]
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Detail
The display is made only when the use of the IP Address Fax Function is available.
Item
Definition
No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
Host Address
Specify the IP address of the fax of the destination.
If the DNS server is specified, the address can be specified using the host name.
Port No.
Specify the port number to be used.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "Internet Fax" was selected using [New Registration]
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Detail
This window appears if the Internet fax function is available.
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Definition
No.
Specify the registration number ("Use opening number" or "Direct Input").
Name
Type in the address name (up to 24 characters).
Index
Specify the index characters for the destination. To normally display the destination in the
control panel, select the "Main" check box.
E-mail Address
Enter the address for the destination (up to 320 characters).
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
Paper Size
Specifies the paper size.
Compression Type
Specify the compression method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
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Icon
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Address Book" "Icon" - "Edit".
Specify the following settings.
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No.
The registration number of the address book appears.
Name
The registered name of the address book appears.
Specify Icon
Select "Specify Icon".
[Search from List]
The icon list appears. Select an icon to be registered.
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1
Registering or editing a group destination
Register a new group destination or change group destination settings.
Register multiple addresses as a group destination by grouping. To broadcast the fax, use this function. To
register addresses in a group, they must be registered in the address book in advance.
Group
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Group".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
[New Registration]
Registers a new group destination.
Search from Number
Select a range of registration numbers, and then click [Go] to display the list of destinations of the selected number.
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Displays registered names.
[Edit]
Edits the registered group destination. The settings are the same as ones available during
registration.
[Delete]
Deletes the group destination.
New Registration
501/421/361
Item
Definition
Name
Enter the group name (up to 24 characters).
Scan/Fax Address
Select the scan/fax address to be grouped. Select addresses to be grouped from the list
of registered addresses.
User Box
Select the user boxes to be grouped. Select addresses to be grouped from the list of registered addresses.
[Check Destination]
Checks registered destinations.
Specify Icon
Specify the icon of a user to be registered from [Search from List].
Limiting Access to Destinations
Specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
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Registering or editing a program destination
Register a new group destination or change program destination settings.
Program destinations can be registered by combining address information, communication information, and
original information.
Program address
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Program".
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
Page (Display 12 at a
time)
Select the page, and then click [Go] to display the list of destinations of the selected page.
[Change Page Name]
Renames the page.
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Displays registered names.
S/MIME
An indication is made to show whether or not the certificate is attached.
[Registration]
Registers the program destination.
[Edit]
Edits the registered program destination. The settings are the same as ones available during registration.
[Delete]
Deletes the program destination.
When "E-mail" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
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Item
Definition
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
File Name
Specify the file name (up to 30 characters).
Page Setting
Specify the unit of data to be saved.
Subject
Specify the E-mail subject.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Subject List].
Text
Specify the E-mail text.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Text List].
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
Original Direction
Specify the original orientation.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Neg./Pos. Reverse
A setting is made to decide whether or not a reversal is made between the white section
and the black section in the original.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to pint page numbers. If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Page Number Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and "Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Selects whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "FTP" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
File Name
Specify the file name (up to 30 characters).
Page Setting
Specify the unit of data to be saved.
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Item
Definition
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
E-mail Notification
Specify whether to send notification of scan data URL. Specify the notification address
for "Address". To select a destination from the list, click [Search from List].
Original Direction
Specify the original orientation.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Neg./Pos. Reverse
A setting is made to decide whether or not a reversal is made between the white section
and the black section in the original.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer. If yes, specify the registration number of the
header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "SMB" was selected using [Registration]
Item
501/421/361
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
File Name
Specify the file name (up to 30 characters).
Page Setting
Specify the unit of data to be saved.
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
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Item
Definition
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
E-mail Notification
Specify whether to send notification of scan data URL. Specify the notification address
for "Address". To select a destination from the list, click [Search from List].
Original Direction
Specify the original orientation.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Neg./Pos. Reverse
A setting is made to decide whether or not a reversal is made between the white section
and the black section in the original.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "WebDAV" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
File Name
Specify the file name (up to 30 characters).
Page Setting
Specify the unit of data to be saved.
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
E-mail Notification
Specify whether to send notification of scan data URL. Specify the notification address
for "Address". To select a destination from the list, click [Search from List].
Original Direction
Specify the original orientation.
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Item
Definition
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Neg./Pos. Reverse
A setting is made to decide whether or not a reversal is made between the white section
and the black section in the original.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "User Box" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
File Name
Specify the file name (up to 30 characters).
Page Setting
Specify the unit of data to be saved.
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
E-mail Notification
Specify whether to send notification of scan data URL. Specify the notification address
for "Address". To select a destination from the list, click [Search from List].
Original Direction
Specify the original orientation.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Neg./Pos. Reverse
A setting is made to decide whether or not a reversal is made between the white section
and the black section in the original.
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Item
Definition
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "Fax" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
Timer TX
Specify whether to perform timer communication. If yes, enter the transmission time.
Password TX
Specify whether to send the password. If yes, enter the password.
F-Code
Specify whether to send the password using F code. If "Enable" is selected, type in the
SUB address and password.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Stamp
A setting is made to decide whether the Stamp Setting is turned ON or OFF.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to pint page numbers. If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Page Number Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and "Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
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Item
Definition
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "IP Address Fax" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Stamp
A setting is made to decide whether the Stamp Setting is turned ON or OFF.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
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When "Internet Fax" was selected using [Registration]
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Select "Select from Address Book" or "Direct Input".
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
Subject
Specify the E-mail subject.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Subject List].
Text
Specify the E-mail text.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Text List].
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Stamp
A setting is made to decide whether the Stamp Setting is turned ON or OFF.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "Group" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Destination Information
Specify the address information.
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
File Name
Specify the file name (up to 30 characters).
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Item
Definition
Page Setting
Specify the unit of data to be saved.
Subject
Specify the E-mail subject.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Subject List].
Text
Specify the E-mail text.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Text List].
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
E-mail Notification
Specify whether to send notification of scan data URL. Specify the notification address
for "Address". To select a destination from the list, click [Search from List].
Timer TX
Specify whether to perform timer communication. If yes, enter the transmission time.
Password TX
Specify whether to send the password. If yes, enter the password.
F-Code
Specify whether to send the password using F code. If "Enable" is selected, type in the
SUB address and password.
Original Direction
Specify the original orientation.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Stamp
A setting is made to decide whether the Stamp Setting is turned ON or OFF.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Neg./Pos. Reverse
A setting is made to decide whether or not a reversal is made between the white section
and the black section in the original.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
When "No Destination" was selected using [Registration]
501/421/361
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Name
Type in the registration name (up to 24 characters).
Resolution
Specifies the resolution.
File Type
Specify the file format.
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Item
Definition
File Name
Specify the file name (up to 30 characters).
Page Setting
Specify the unit of data to be saved.
Subject
Specify the E-mail subject.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Subject List].
Text
Specify the E-mail text.
To use the default subject, select "Not Specified". To check the contents of the subject,
click [Text List].
Simplex/Duplex
Specify whether the original is 2-sided.
Original Type
Specify the quality of the original, such as text or photo.
Separate Scan
Specify whether to divide scanning of the original.
Density
Specify the density.
Background Removal
Adjust the density of the background.
Scan Size
Specify the original size ("Auto", "Standard Size" or "Custom Size").
If "Standard Size" is selected, select the size and the feed direction. If "Custom Size" is
selected, specify the height and width.
Application Setting
Click the [Display] button, and then specify settings for the functions that are displayed.
E-mail Notification
Specify whether to send notification of scan data URL. Specify the notification address
for "Address". To select a destination from the list, click [Search from List].
Timer TX
Specify whether to perform timer communication. If yes, enter the transmission time.
Password TX
Specify whether to send the password. If yes, enter the password.
F-Code
Specify whether to send the password using F code. If "Enable" is selected, type in the
SUB address and password.
Original Direction
Specify the original orientation.
2-Sided Binding Direction
Specify the binding orientation of the original.
Stamp
A setting is made to decide whether the Stamp Setting is turned ON or OFF.
Special Original
Specify the original in a different size.
Book Scan
Specify whether to perform book scan.
Erase
Specify whether to perform frame erase.
Neg./Pos. Reverse
A setting is made to decide whether or not a reversal is made between the white section
and the black section in the original.
Compose
(Date/Time)
Specify whether to print the date/time.
If yes, specify settings for "Date Type", "Time Type", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", "Pages", and "Size".
Compose
(Page)
Specify whether to print page numbers.
If yes, specify settings for "Page Number", "Chapter", "Print Position", "Fine-Tune", and
"Size".
Compose
(Header/Footer)
Specify whether to print a header/footer.
If yes, specify the registration number of the header/footer. To check the registered header/footer, click [Confirm Registered Contents].
Compose
(Stamp)
Specify whether to print the stamp.
If yes, specify settings for "Preset Stamp" or "Registered Stamp", "Print Position", "FineTune", "Pages", and "Size". To check the registered stamp, click [Confirm Registered
Contents]. To use the registered stamp function, stamps must be registered from the control panel in advance.
Stamp Combine Method
Specify the stamp composition method.
Limiting Access to Destinations
Click [Display], and then specify the group that is allowed to access a destination and reference allowed level.
Registering or editing destinations to be temporarily used
Register destinations to be temporarily used or change temporarily used destination settings.
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Detail
If "Manual Destination Input" is specified to "Allow", "Temporary One-Touch" is displayed. Specify
settings for "Manual Destination Input" from the control panel.
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1
Temporary One-Touch
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Temporary OneTouch".
The settings are the same as the program destination settings. For "Temporary One-Touch", the settings for
"Limiting Access to Destinations" are not displayed. For details on settings for "Temporary One-Touch", refer
to "Registering or editing a program destination" on page 1-174.
1.50.5
Registering E-mail subject or text
Register a subject and text to be used for sending messages or Internet faxes.
Subject
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Subject" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Subject
Register the E-Mail subject (up to 64 characters).
Text
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Text" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
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1
Item
Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Text
Register the E-Mail body text (up to 256 characters).
Using an application registered in an external server
When using an application, such as RightFax Server, registered with an external server, register the
application information and server address.
By registering the application and server, a connection to the server of the selected application can
automatically be established for use. Up to five applications and servers can be registered. Depending on
settings for registered applications, custom items can be specified. PageScope Web Connection provides
the following templates. The templates are provided with pre-determined different custom items by
application.
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Detail
If the optional fax kit has not been installed, "Application Registration" is displayed in the menu.
When not using templates, specify custom item settings manually.
Only when the optional fax kit is not installed and Internet fax is disabled, the registered applications
can be displayed and operated from the control panel of this machine.
For WalkUp Fax
No.
Button Name
Function Name
Keyboard Type
Default Value
Options
1
Sender Name (CS)
Name
ASCII
Walkup
-
2
Fax Number (CS)
PersonalFaxNumber
ASCII
-
-
3
TEL Number (CS)
PersonalVoiceNumber
ASCII
-
-
4
Subject
Subject
ASCII
-
-
5
BillingCode1
BillingCode1
ASCII
-
-
6
BillingCode2
BillingCode2
ASCII
-
-
For Fax with Account
No.
Button Name
Function Name
Keyboard Type
Default Value
Options
1
Sender Name (CS)
Name
ASCII
-
-
2
User ID
ID
ASCII
Walkup
-
3
Password
Password
ASCII
-
-
4
Password Auth#
Authentication
-
-
None
5
Subject
Subject
ASCII
-
-
6
BillingCode1
BillingCode1
ASCII
-
-
7
BillingCode2
BillingCode2
ASCII
-
-
8
CoverSheet Type
CoverSheet
-
-
-
9
Holi For Preview
HoldForPreview
-
-
False
For Secure Docs
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Button Name
Function Name
Keyboard Type
Default Value
Options
1
User ID
ID
ASCII
Walkup
-
2
Password
Password
ASCII
-
-
3
Password Auth#
Authentication
-
-
None
4
Subject
Subject
ASCII
-
-
5
BillingCode1
BillingCode1
ASCII
-
-
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1
No.
Button Name
Function Name
Keyboard Type
Default Value
Options
6
BillingCode2
BillingCode2
ASCII
-
-
7
CoverSheet Type
CoverSheet
-
-
-
8
Document PW
DocumentPassword
ASCII
-
-
9
Delivery Method
Delivery
-
-
Secure
For Certified Delivery
No.
Button Name
Function Name
Keyboard Type
Default Value
Options
1
User ID
ID
ASCII
Walkup
-
2
Password
Password
ASCII
-
-
3
Password Auth#
Authentication
-
-
None
4
Subject
Subject
ASCII
-
-
5
BillingCode1
BillingCode1
ASCII
-
-
6
BillingCode2
BillingCode2
ASCII
-
-
7
CoverSheet Type
CoverSheet
-
-
-
8
Document PW
DocumentPassword
ASCII
-
-
9
Delivery Method
Delivery
-
-
Secure
Application Registration
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Application
Registration" - [Registration/Edit].
Select the template type, and then specify the following settings.
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Definition
No.
Displays the registration number of the selected application.
Application Name
Enter the application name (up to 16 characters).
Host Address
Enter the host address for the server registering the application (up to 15 characters).
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Item
Definition
File Path
Enter the application file path (up to 96 characters).
User ID
Enter the user ID for logging in to the server (up to 47 characters).
Password
Enter the password for logging in to the server (up to 31 characters).
anonymous
Specify whether even an anonymous user can access the destination.
PASV Mode
Register whether to make communication in the PASV mode.
Proxy
Specifies whether or not a proxy server is used.
Port No.
Specify the port number to be used.
[Next]
Displays the custom item list. To display the Function Setting screen, click [Edit] for an
item to be added or changed.
Function Settings
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Item
Definition
No.
Displays the number of the selected item.
Button Name
Enter the button name (up to 16 characters).
Function Name
Specify the function name.
Message on Panel
Enter the name to be displayed on the panel (32 characters or less).
Display Method
Specify whether to display the name.
Default Value
Enter the default value. To hide the default value, select the "Input string shown as ****"
check box. The characters that can be entered differ depending on the selected function.
Keyboard Type
Specify the keyboard type.
Options
(When "Authentication"
is selected)
Select either "None" or "Password".
Options
(When "Delivery" is selected)
Select "Normal", "Secure", "Certified" or "Secure Certified".
Options
(When "Hold For Preview" is selected)
Select "Yes" or "No".
Input Time
(When "DelaySendDataTime" is selected)
Select "Year/Month/Day/Hour/Minute".
Default
(When "DelaySendDataTime" is selected)
Select either "Device Time" or "Not Specify".
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1
Simplifying E-mail address entry
To simplify E-mail address entry, register Prefix/Suffix.
Prefix/Suffix
In Administrator mode of PageScope Web Connection, select the Store Address tab - "Prefix/Suffix" - [Edit].
Specify the following settings.
Item
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Definition
No.
Displays the registration number.
Prefix
Register the prefix (up to 20 characters).
Suffix
Register the suffix (up to 64 characters).
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Network Settings
Network Settings
2
2
Network Settings
2.1
Displaying the Network Settings screen
Settings by purpose can be specified via network settings in the control panel of the machine.
Access network settings from the Administrator Settings screen. Perform the following steps to display the
Network Settings screen.
1
Press the [Utility/Counter] key.
2
Touch [3 Administrator Settings].
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When setting the Utility screen, you can also select a setting by using the keypad to enter the
number next to the desired button. To select [3 Administrator Settings], press the [3] key in the
keypad.
Type in the password, and then touch [OK].
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Network Settings
2
The Administrator Settings screen appears.
4
Touch [5 Network Settings] in the Administrator Settings screen.
The Network Settings screen appears.
2
Reminder
In order to apply all changes to the network settings, turn off this machine, then on again.
When turning off the main power switch and turning it on again, wait for 10 seconds or longer after
power-off, and then turn on the power again. Otherwise, the machine may not operate correctly.
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Network Settings
2.2
2
Network Settings menu list
When specifying settings by purpose from the control panel of the machine, refer to this menu list. This
section describes the buttons available when the [5 Network Settings] is touched.
2
Note
For details on displaying the Network Settings screen, refer to "Displaying the Network Settings
screen" on page 2-2.
2.2.1
Network Settings screen (1/2)
The following setting items are available from the Network Settings screen (1/2).
[1] Network Setting
Network Setting
ON
OFF
[2] TCP/IP Settings
IP Settings
Manual Input
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Auto Input
DNS Host
ON/OFF
BOOTP Settings
ON/OFF
ARP/PING Settings
ON/OFF
AUTO IP Settings
ON/OFF
DNS Host
Name
Dynamic DNS
Setting
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DHCP Settings
Enable/Disable
2-4
Network Settings
DNS Domain
2
DNS Domain
Name
Auto Retrieval
Enable/Disable
Default DNS Domain Name
DNS Search Domain Name 1 to 3
DNS Server
Settings
DNS Server
Auto Obtain
Priority DNS
Server
Enable/Disable
IPv4 Address Input
IPv6 Address Input
Secondary
DNS
Server 1-2
IPv4 Address Input
IPv6 Address Input
RAW Port
Number
Port 1 - 6
Job Setting
OFF
IP Filtering
(Permit Access)
Enable
Set 1 to 5
Disable
IP Filtering (Deny Access)
Enable
Set 1 to 5
Disable
IPv6 Settings
Auto IPv6 Settings
ON
OFF
Global Address
Prefix Length
Gateway Address
Link-Local Address
IPsec Settings
IKE Settings
Group 1 - 4
Encryption Algorithm
DES_CBC
3DES_CBC
OFF
Authentication
Algorithm
MD5
SHA-1
OFF
Key Validity
Period
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2
Diffie-Hellman
Group
Group 1
Group 2
IPsec SA Settings
Group 1 - 8
Security
Protocol
Lifetime After
Establishing
SA
AH
ESP
ESP_AH
OFF
ESP Encryption Algorithm
DES_CBC
3DES_CBC
AES_CBC
AES_CTR
NULL
OFF
ESP Authentication
Algorithm
MD5
SHA-1
OFF
AH Authentication
Algorithm
MD5
SHA-1
OFF
Peer
Group 1 - 10
Encapsulation
Mode
Tunnel Mode
Transport
Mode
OFF
IP Address
Pre-Shared Key Text
Perfect Forward Secrecy
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ON/OFF
2-6
Network Settings
2
[3] NetWare Settings
IPX Settings
ON
Ethernet Frame
Type
Auto Detect
802.2
802.3
Ethernet II
802.3SNAP
OFF
NetWare Print Settings
ON
PServer
Print Server
Name
Print Server Password
Polling Interval
NDS/Bindery
Setting
NDS
NDS &
Bindery
File Server Name
NDS Context
Name
NDS Tree Name
Nprinter/
Rprinter
Print Server
Name
Printer Number
OFF
Status
User Authentication Setting (NDS)
ON/OFF
[4] HTTP Server Settings
PSWC Settings
ON/OFF
IPP Settings
ON/OFF
Accept IPP Jobs
ON/OFF
Support Information
Print Job
Valid Job
Cancel Job
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Network Settings
2
Open Job Attributes
Open Job
Open Printer Attributes
Printer Information
Printer Name
Printer Location
Printer Information
Printer URI
IPP Authentication Settings
ON/OFF
Authentication Method
requesting-user-name
basic
digest
User Name
Password
realm
[5] FTP Settings
FTP TX Settings
ON
Proxy Server Address
Input Host Name
IPv4 Address Input
IPv6 Address Input
Proxy Server Port Number
Port No.
Connection Timeout
OFF
FTP Server
Settings
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ON/OFF
2-8
Network Settings
2
[6] SMB Settings
Client Settings
ON
NTLM Setting
v1
v2
v1/v2
User Authentication
(NTLM)
ON/OFF
OFF
Printer Settings
ON
NetBIOS Name
Print Service Name
Workgroup
OFF
WINS Settings
ON
Automatic Retrieval Settings
Enable/Disable
WINS Server Address
Node Type Setting
B Node
P Node
M Node
H Node
OFF
Direct Hosting
Setting
ON/OFF
[7] LDAP Settings
Enabling LDAP
ON/OFF
Setting Up LDAP
LDAP Server Name
Max. Search Results
Timeout
Initial Setting for Search
Details
Name
E-Mail
Fax Number
Last Name
First Name
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2
City
Company Name
Department
Server Address
Search Base
SSL Setting
ON/OFF
Port Number
Port Number (SSL)
Authentication Type
Anonymous
Simple
Digest-MD5
GSS-SPNEGO
NTLM v1
NTLM v2
Select Server Authentication Method
Use Settings
Use User Authentication
Dynamic Authentication
Referral Setting
ON/OFF
Login Name
Password
Domain Name
Reset All Settings
Default LDAP Server
Setting
[8] E-Mail Settings
E-Mail TX
(SMTP)
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Scan to E-Mail
ON/OFF
Status Notification
ON/OFF
Total Counter
Notification
ON/OFF
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Network Settings
2
SMTP Server Address
Input Host Name
IPv4 Address Input
IPv6 Address Input
Binary Division
ON/OFF
Divided Mail Size
Connection Timeout
Server Capacity
SSL Setting
SMTP over SSL
Start TLS
OFF
Port No.
Port Number (SSL)
Detail Settings
SMTP Authentication
ON
User ID
Password
Domain
Name
OFF
POP Before SMTP
Authentication
Authentication Setting
ON/OFF
POP Before
SMTP Time
E-Mail RX
(POP)
ON
POP Server Address
Input Host
Name
IPv4 Address
Input
IPv6 Address
Input
Connection
Timeout
SSL Setting
ON/OFF
Port No.
Port Number
(SSL)
Login Name
Password
APOP Authentication
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Network Settings
2
Check for New
Messages
Yes/No
Polling Interval
OFF
S/MIME
Communication Setting
ON
Digital Signature
Do not add signature
Always add signature
Select when
sending
E-Mail Text Encryption Method
RC2-40
RC2-64
RC2-128
DES
3DES
AES-128
AES-192
AES-256
OFF
Print S/MIME Information
Yes/No
Automatically
Obtain Certificates
Yes/No
[9] SNMP Settings
SNMP v1/v2c(IP)
ON/OFF
SNMP v3(IP)
ON/OFF
SNMP v1(IPX)
ON/OFF
UDP Port Number
SNMP v1/v2c Settings
Read Community Name Settings
Write Setting
Enable/Disable
Write Community Name Settings
SNMP v3 Settings
Context Name Settings
Discovery User Permissions
ON/OFF
Discovery User Name Settings
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Network Settings
2
Read User Name Settings
Security Level
OFF
auth-password
auth-password/priv-password
Password Setting (Read)
Read auth
Read priv
Write auth
Write priv
Write User Name Settings
Security Level
OFF
auth-password
auth-password/priv-password
Password Setting (Write)
Read auth
Read priv
Write auth
Write priv
Encryption Algorithm
DES
AES-128
Authentication Algorithm
MD5
SHA-1
TRAP Setting
Allow/Restrict
TRAP Setting When Authentication Failed
Enable/Invalid
[0] AppleTalk Settings
AppleTalk Settings
ON
Printer Name
Zone Name
Current Zone
OFF
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Network Settings
2.2.2
2
Network Settings screen (2/2)
The following setting items are available from the Network Settings screen (2/2).
[1] Bonjour Setting
Bonjour Setting
ON
Bonjour Name
OFF
[2] TCP Socket Settings
TCP Socket
ON
Use SSL/TLS
OFF
Port Number
ON/OFF
Port Number (SSL)
TCP Socket (ASCII Mode)
ON
Port Number (ASCII Mode)
OFF
[3] Network Fax Settings
Network Fax Function Settings
SMTP TX Settings
IP Address Fax Function
ON/OF
Internet Fax Function
ON/OF
Port No.
Connection Timeout
SMTP RX Settings
ON
Port No.
Connection Timeout
OFF
[4] WebDAV Settings
WebDAV Client Setting
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Proxy Server Address
Input Host Name
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Network Settings
2
IPv4 Address Input
IPv6 Address Input
Proxy Server Port Number
User Name
Password
Connection Timeout
OFF
WebDAV Server Settings
ON
SSL Setting
Non-SSL Only
SSL only
SSL/Non-SSL
Password Setting
Password Setting
Initial Password
OFF
[5] Web Service Settings
Web Service Common
Settings
Friendly Name
SSL Setting
ON/OFF
Printer Settings
ON
Printer Name
Printer Location
Printer Information
OFF
Scanner Settings
ON
Scanner Name
Scanner Location
Scanner Information
Connection Timeout
OFF
[7] SSDP Setting
SSDP Setting
ON
Multicast TTL Setting
OFF
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[8] Detail Settings
Device Setting
MAC Address
Network Speed
Auto Setting
10Mbps Half Duplex
10Mbps Full Duplex
100Mbps Half
Duplex
100Mbps Full
Duplex
Time Adjustment
Setting
ON
NTP Server Address
Input Host
Name
IPv4 Address
Input
IPv6 Address
Input
Port Number
OFF
Status Notification Setting
Register Notification Address
Auto Time
Adjustment
Polling Interval
ON / OFF
IP Address 1 - 5
Address
Input Host
Name
IPv4 Address
Input
IPv6 Address
Input
Port Number
Community
Name
Notification
Items
IPX Address
Network Address
Node Address
Community
Name
Notification
Items
E-Mail 1 - 10
Edit E-Mail Address
Notification
Items
Notification
Time Setting
Total Counter Notification
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Schedule Setting
Schedule 1 - 2
Monthly
Monthly Frequency
Date Setting
2-16
Network Settings
2
Weekly
Weekly Frequency
Day of the
Week
Daily
Notification Address Setting
Address 1 - 3
Interval of
Day(s)
Edit E-Mail Address
Schedule Settings
Schedule 1 - 2
Model Name
Send Now
PING
Confirmation
PING TX Address
Input Host Name
IPv4 Address Input
IPv6 Address Input
Check Connection
SLP Setting
Enable/Disable
LPD Setting
Enable/Disable
Prefix/Suffix Setting
ON/OFF Setting
ON/OFF
Prefix/Suffix
Setting
Prefix
Suffix
Action for
Invalid Certificate
Delete the Job
Continue
[9] IEEE802.1X Authentication Setting
IEEE802.1X
Authentication
Setting
ON
Authentication
Trial
Reset Settings
OFF
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Appendix
3
3
Appendix
3.1
Product Specifications (Network functions)
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Item
Specifications
Type
Embedded
Frame type
IEEE802.2/802.3 / Ethernet II / IEEE802.3SNAP
Cable type
10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T
Connector
RJ-45
Mainly supported protocols
TCP/IP (IPv4/IPv6), BOOTP, ARP, ICMP, DHCP, AutoIP, SLP, SNMP, FTP, LPR/LPD,
RAW Socket, SMB over TCP/IP, IPP, HTTP, POP, SMTP, LDAP, NTP, SSL, IPX/SPX,
AppleTalk, Bonjour, NetBEUI, WebDAV, DPWS, S/MIME, Ipsec, DNS, DynamicDNS,
SSDP, EAP
Supported LDAP servers
OpenLDAP 2.1x, Active Directory, Exchange 5.5/2000/2003, Sun Java Directory
Server (Netscape/iPlanet Directory Server), Novell NetWare 5.x/6.x NDS, Novell eDirectory 8.6/8.7, LotusDominoServer (5.x/6.x)*
Supported LDAP protocol
LDAP Protocol Version 3 (Version 2 not supported)
Supported SSL versions
SSL2, SSL3, and TLS1.0 (An x.509 certificate must be installed on the server.)
Multiprotocol
Auto detection
Operating environment for
PageScope Web Connection
Supported Web browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver. 6 or later recommended (JavaScript and Cookies enabled)
Microsoft XML parser MSXML 3.X must be installed when Internet Explorer Ver. 5.5
is being used.
Netscape Navigator Ver. 7.02 or later (JavaScript and Cookies enabled)
Mozilla Firefox Ver. 1.0 or later (JavaScript and Cookies enabled)
Adobe® Flash® Player (plug-in version 7.0 or later required if "Flash" is selected as
the display format)
Windows NT 4.0 and Mac OS 8/9 do not support versions on and after the Flash
Player 8. When using an OS like these, download the Flash Player 7 from the Adobe
site or select HTML in the display style of PageScope Web Connection.
Setup
Saved to non-volatile memory
If you specify the search condition to "OR" or "END" when using the LotusDominoServer, it does not
work properly.
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Glossary
Term
Description
10Base-T/
10B100Base-TX/
1000Base-T
A set specifications under the Ethernet standards.
Uses cables consisting of pairs of twisted copper wires.
The transmission speed of 10Base-T is 10 Mbps, of 100Base-TX is 100 Mbps, and
of 1000Base-T is 1,000 Mbps.
2in1
This is a function to send the page set as double page by consolidating the two-page
document on one sheet of paper.
Abbreviation/ address
This is a function to register the frequently used fax number of the recipient. When
registering abbreviation/address, you can register the address name and search
characters. It makes possible to specify the address using the searched character of
the abbreviated selection.
Active directory
A service that consolidates management of all information such as hardware resources for servers, clients, and printers on a network supported by Microsoft and
the attributes and access permissions of the users.
Adobe® Flash®
Software developed by Adobe Systems Inc. (formerly developed by Macromedia,
Inc.), and used to create data combining vector-graphic animation and sound, and
the format of this data file. The bidirectional content can be manipulated using a keyboard and a mouse. The files can be kept relatively compact, and they can be accessed with the Web browser plug-in.
anonymous FTP
While normal FTP sites are protected by an account name and password, this type
of FTP site can be used by anyone without a password by simply entering "anonymous" as the account name.
APOP
Abbreviation for Authenticated Post Office Protocol. An authentication method with
encrypted passwords, which results in increased safety, as compared to the usual
unencrypted passwords used by POP to retrieve e-mail messages.
AppleTalk
A generic name for the protocol suite developed by Apple Computer for computer
networking.
Auto IP
A function for automatically acquiring the IP address. If acquisition of the IP address
failed with DHCP, an IP address is acquired from the address space of 169.254.0.0.
Background Removal
This function sends a document after adjusting bright-ness of the background color
of the document.
Binding Position
This is a function for specifying the binding position of a double-sided document sent
using the ADF. There is top/bottom binding, where the binding position is at the top
(or) bottom of the document, and there is left/right binding, where the binding position is at the left (or right) of the document and the top and bottom of the second side
of the document differ.
bit
Abbreviation for Binary Digit. The smallest unit of information (data quantity) on a
computer or printer. Displays data using 0 or 1.
Bitmap Font
A font that is displayed using a collection of dots. These look increasingly jagged with
larger font sizes.
BMP
Abbreviation for Bitmap. A file format for saving image data which uses the .bmp extension.
Commonly used on Windows platforms. You can specify the color depth from monochrome (2 values) to full color (16,777,216 colors). Images are not usually compressed when saved.
Bonjour
Macintosh network technology for automatically detecting devices connected to the
network and for specifying settings. Previously called "Rendezvous", the name was
changed to "Bonjour" starting with Mac OS X v10.4.
Book Copy
A function for sending a fax of a book or catalog with the front cover, back cover and
the left and right pages sent as separate pages.
BOOTP
Abbreviation for Bootstrap Protocol. A protocol in which a client computer on a
TCP/IP network automatically specifies the network settings from the server.
Currently, DHCP, which is an advanced protocol based on BOOTP, is mainly used.
bps
This is an abbreviation of bit per second.
It means the amount of data sent in one second as the unit of data transmission.
Brightness
Brightness of a display screen.
Broadcast
A transmission of a single document to many recipients in one operation.
Bulletin board
This function posts the documents to be viewed, or stores the documents to be
transmitted through polling.
Byte
Unit of information (data quantity) on a computer or printer.
Configured as 1 byte equals 8 bits.
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Term
Description
Check Dest. & Send
A function for sending a fax transmission only after the specified fax number and the
fax number information (CSI) for the recipient’s machine match. This prevents misdirected transmissions since a transmission error occurs if the numbers do not match.
Client
A computer that uses the services provided by a server through a network.
Closed Network RX
A function for accepting only transmissions from recipient machines with a matching
password.
Confidential communication
A function for sending and receiving documents to be viewed only by specific persons. The confidential document is saved in a confidential box in the recipient’s machine and is not printed when it is received. The received document can be printed
when a specific operation is performed, for example, when the access code for the
confidential box is entered.
Contrast
The difference in intensity between the light and dark parts of the image (light/dark
variation). An image with small light/dark variation has low contrast, and an image
with large light/dark variation has high contrast.
CSV
Abbreviation for Comma Separated Values. One of the formats for saving database
or spreadsheet data as a text file. (The file extension is ".csv".) The data, which is separated by commas (as the delimiter), can be shared by different applications.
Default
The initial settings. The settings first selected when the machine is turned on, or the
settings first specified when the function is selected.
Default gateway
A device, such as a computer or router, used as a gateway to access computers not
on the same LAN.
Default value
The setting value specified in advance when the machine is shipped from the factory.
Some default settings can be changed from the settings menu. It is convenient to set
frequently used values as default settings based on the usage conditions.
Density
An indication of the amount of darkness in the image.
Density Compensation
Color correction function used in output devices such as printers and displays.
DHCP
Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
A protocol in which a client computer on a TCP/IP network automatically specifies
the network settings from the server.
With collective management of the IP address for DHCP clients on the DHCP server,
you can avoid duplication of an address and build a network easily.
Dialing method
There are three types: PB (push-button (tone) dialing), 10PPS (pulse dialing at 10
pps), and 20PPS (pulse dialing at 20 pps).
Direct Inward Dialing (DID)
A function that provides numbers for fax and phone functions separately.
In order to use the DID function, one must subscribe for NTT’s DID (modem DID)
services.
Dither
One method of combining two colors to create an approximate representation of
shades of gray. Processing is easier than with error diffusion, but this can lead to irregularities.
DNS
Abbreviation for Domain Name System.
A system that acquires the supported IP addresses from host names in a network
environment. DNS allows the user to access other computers over a network by
specifying host names, instead of having to use IP addresses that are difficult to remember and complicated.
DPI (dpi)
Abbreviation for Dots Per Inch. A resolution unit used by printers and scanners.
Indicates how many dots per inch are represented in an image.
The higher the value, the higher the resolution.
Driver
Software that works as a bridge between a computer and a peripheral device.
DSN
Abbreviation for Delivery Status Notifications. A delivery status notification message
that is sent back to the sender at the time the E-mail is received at the recipients mail
server.
Dynamic authentication
(LDAP setting)
An authentication method option for connecting to the LDAP server from the multifunctional product. Select this option if the name and password for logging on to the
LDAP server must be entered each time by the user when referencing the destination
information from the LDAP server.
ECM
Abbreviation for Error Correction Mode.
Error resend mode of G3 communication. It confirms whether the data is correctly
sent to the recipient or not, and if it is not correctly sent, it communicates by resending the same data. If the recipient is set for the ECM mode and the communication
is done in ECM unless ECM off is specified in this machine.
Ethernet
LAN transmission line standard.
Fax ID
The identifying code for the mutual recognition when transmitting faxes. Normally the
fax number is registered as the fax ID.
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File extension
The characters added to the file name in order to identify file formats. The file extension is added after a period, for example, ".bmp" or ".jpg".
Forced memory reception
This is the function to store the received document in memory and to print if required.
Frame Erase
This is a function to erase the black shadow around the document and then transmit
the fax, for example, when scanning the document formed of booklet or when scanning a document by keeping ADF open.
Frame type
Type of communication format used in a NetWare environment.
Communication is not possible if the same frame type is not used.
FTP
Abbreviation for File Transfer Protocol. A protocol for transferring files over the Internet or an intranet on the TCP/IP network.
F code
This is a communication procedure for the usage of sub address of T.30* standardized by ITU-T (international telecommunication union) provided by Japanese Communications Industrial Corporation. In the communication between fax machines
with the F code function, various functions that use F code can be utilized even if the
manufacturers of the fax machines are different. In this machine, F code is used in
the bulletin boards, relay request, relay transmissions, confidential communication,
and password transmission. (*Communication standard)
G3
This is a fax communication mode standardized by the ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union). The communication modes are G3 and G4. G3 is currently the
most popularly used mode.
Gateway
Hardware and software used as the point where a network is connected to a network.
A gateway also changes data formats, addresses, and protocols according to the
connected network.
Gradation
The light and dark levels of an image. As the number increases, smoother brightness
variations can be reproduced.
Gray Scale
Monochrome image expressed with black and white gradation information.
Group
Grouping of the abbreviation No. of multiple groups. This function is useful when
there is a large number sequential broadcast and sequential polling received in the
same address.
GSS-SPNEGO/
Simple/Digest MD5
Authentication methods for logging on to the LDAP server. The authentication method (GSS-SPENGO, SIMPLE or Digest MD5) for the LDAP server differs depending on
the server being used and the server settings.
Halftone
The method of producing the light and dark parts of an image through varying sizes
of black and white dots.
Hard disk
Large capacity storage device for storing data.
The data can be stored even if the power is turned off.
Host name
Displayed name of a device over a network.
HTTP
Abbreviation for HyperText Transfer Protocol. A protocol used to send and receive
data between a Web server and a client (Web browser). Documents containing images, recordings, or video clips can be exchanged with the expressive form information.
IEEE802.1X
Specification for the authentication of a terminal used to access the network with the
wired LAN or wireless LAN.
The LAN switch corresponding to IEEE802.1X allows a connection to the LAN after
the authentication of a computer connected is made to check to see if the user is a
correct one.
Install
To install hardware, operating systems, applications, printer drivers on to a computer.
Internet Fax
Transmission method by which scanned documents are sent and received between
an Internet fax and computers as TIFF format E-Mail attachments over intranets (internal company networks) and the Internet.
IPP
Abbreviation for Internet Printing Protocol. A protocol that sends and receives print
data and controls printers over a TCP/ IP network such as the Internet. Data can also
be sent to printers in remote areas to be printed over the Internet.
IPsec
The security technology that is used with TCP/IP. A service with enhanced security
can be provided by specifying the encryption of transmission packets and the authentication protocol.
IPv6
Abbreviation for Internet Protocol version 6.
A protocol that has been prepared to replace the currently used IPv4 protocol in response to increase in the number of devices that use the Internet.
Additional improvements include 128-bit IP addresses and added security features.
IPX
One of protocols used with NetWare. Operates at the network layer of the OSI reference model.
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IPX/SPX
Abbreviation for Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange. A
protocol developed by Novell, Inc. that is commonly used under a NetWare environment.
IP Address
A code (address) that is used to identify individual network devices over the Internet.
IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4), widely spread today, is expressed such as
192.168.1.10 using 32-bit numbers divided into four. In the next generation IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6), 128-bit IP addresses are used. IP addresses are assigned
to devices, including computers, which are connected to the Internet.
IP Address Fax
An IP address identifies various networked devices on the Internet. IP Address Fax
uses these addresses to transmit and receive faxes within an intranet.
Kerberos
A type of network authentication system used by Windows 2000 or later. Used in Active Directory authentication. Users can be safely and efficiently authenticated with a
two-phase authentication (user logon and network resource usage) on a dependable
site set up on the network.
LAN
Abbreviation for Local Area Network. A network which connects computers on the
same floor, in the same building, or in neighboring buildings.
Local line
Public telephone line supported by Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation.
Local printer
A printer connected to a parallel or USB port of a computer.
Long Document
A setting for sending document pages longer than A3 size (420 mm/16-1/2 inch).
Long documents can be transmitted by specifying the setting for long originals.
LPD
Abbreviation for Line Printer Daemon. A printer protocol that uses TCP/IP and is platform-independent. LPD was originally developed for BSD UNIX, and it has become
the standard printing protocol that can be used with any computers.
LPR/LPD
Abbreviation for Line Printer Request/Line Printer Daemon. A printing method over a
network in a Windows NT system or UNIX system. Using TCP/IP, you can output
print data from Windows or Unix to a printer over a network.
LDAP
Abbreviation for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. On a TCP/ IP network, such
as the Internet or an intranet, this protocol is used to access a database for managing
environment information and the E-Mail addresses of network users.
MAC address
Abbreviation for Media Access Control address. With a special ID number for each
Ethernet card, data can be sent and received between the cards. This number consists of 48 bits. The first 24 bits consist of a number that represents a manufacture,
which is controlled and assigned by IEEE. The last 24 bits consist of a number that
the manufacturer assigns uniquely to the card.
Main scanning
The operation of optically scanning the document and converting it to image data.
Main scanning direction
This is the horizontal direction of scanned documents.
Manual transmission
An operation to send a fax while checking the status of the receiving machine.
Memory
Storage device for storing data temporally.
When the power is turned off the data may or may not be erased.
Memory overflow
A condition where the fax memory becomes full while scanned documents or temporarily stored documents are saved.
Memory transmission
This is a procedure for starting a fax transmission after a document is scanned and
stored in the memory. If memory transmission is used, the total number of pages are
automatically printed in the page number of the transmission source information and
an image of the first page of the sent document is printed in the transmission report.
However, the memory may become full if there are many pages of the document or
if the data is large due to finely detailed images.
MDN
Abbreviation for Message Disposition Notifications.
A delivery confirmation message that is sent back to the sender in response to such
as request.
MH
Abbreviation for Modified Huffman. A data compression encoding method for fax
transmissions. Documents containing mostly text are compressed to about 1/10
their original size.
MIB
Abbreviation for Management Information Base. In a TCP/IP transmission, MIB uses
SNMP to define the management information format for a group of network devices.
There are two formats: the manufacturer-specific private MIB and the standardized
MIB.
Mixed Original
This is a function to detect and send various sizes of documents.
MMR
Abbreviation for Modified Modified Read. A data compression encoding method for
fax transmissions. Documents containing mostly text are compressed to about 1/20
their original size.
Multi Page TIFF
A TIFF file that has multiple pages.
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NDPS
Abbreviation for Novell Distributed Print Services. Provides a highly efficient printing
solution in an NDS environment. By using the NDPS as a printer server, you can output from the desired printer, automatically download the printer driver of a newly installed printer, simplify and automate complicated management environments
related to printer use, and integrate management related to the network printer.
NDS
Abbreviation for Novell Directory Services.
The servers and printers on a network and the shared resources of the user information, as well as the user access authority over these items can be consolidated in the
hierarchic structure.
NetBIOS
Abbreviation for Network Basic Input Output System.
A communication interface developed by IBM.
NetBEUI
Abbreviation for NetBIOS Extended User Interface. A network protocol developed by
IBM. By simply specifying the computer name, you can build a small-scale network.
NetWare
Network operating system developed by Novell.
NetWare IPX/SPX is used as the communication protocol.
No. of documents
Used for quick memory transmission to send a fax transmission with the total page
numbers. This function allows the recipient to check whether all pages were received
or not (In case of memory transmission, the total no. of pages are automatically added).
Nprinter/Rprinter
Remote printer support module for using a printer server under a NetWare environment.
Use NetWare 3.x with Rprinter, and NetWare 4.x with Nprinter.
NTLM
Abbreviation for NT LAN Manager. User authentication method used by Windows NT
or later. With the MD4 and MD5 encoding methods, passwords are encoded.
NTP
Abbreviation for Network Time Protocol. The protocol for correctly adjusting the internal clock of the computer over the network. In a hierarchical method, the time is
adjusted with the server at the highest level using GPS to acquire the correct time,
which is then referenced by each lower level host.
OCR
Abbreviation for Optical Character Reader. A device or software that converts handwritten or printed documents to text data by optically scanning it and, through comparison with a previously stored pattern, identifies the characters.
OHP/OHT
Transparent sheet used for OHP (overhead projector). Used for a presentation, etc.
OS
Abbreviation for Operating System. Basic software for controlling the system of a
computer. Windows, MacOS, and Unix are Operating Systems.
Outline font
A font using lines and curves to display an outline of a character.
Large-size characters can be displayed on a screen or printed with no jagged edges.
Overseas communication
This is a function to communicate with an overseas recipient. If an overseas communication mode is set, the fax transmission is sent with a lower speed. Specifying an
overseas transmission mode ensures the fax transmission is sent when faxing to the
location where transmission conditions are poor, even within the country.
Password TX
A function for sending a fax with a password. If the recipient’s fax machine is set for
closed network receptions, the sender’s fax machine should transmit a fax with the
password same as the closed network reception password.
PASV
Abbreviation for PASsiVe. A mode for connecting to an FTP server from within a firewall. If this mode is not specified, the firewall will be considered inaccessible and the
connection will be terminated, preventing the file from being sent.
Pause
A temporary break in dialing. In this machine, each pause creates a one second
break during dialing.
PB
Push telephone line.
PC-FAX
A function for sending a fax directly from a computer without using paper.
PDF
Abbreviation for Portable Document Format. An electronically formatted document
which uses the .pdf extension. Based on the Post-Script format, you can use the free
Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view documents.
PDL
Abbreviation for Page Description Language. The language for specifying the print
image per page to a printer when printing using a page printer.
Peer-to-peer
A network format that allows connected devices to communicate without using a
dedicated server.
Pixel
The smallest unit of an image.
Plug-and-play
Ability to automatically find and use the appropriate driver when a peripheral device
is connected to a computer.
Polling
This is a function for sending a document loaded on the machine or stored in the
memory when requested by the recipient.
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Port Number
The number that identifies the transmission port for each process running on a computer on the network. The same port cannot be used by multiple processes.
POP
Abbreviation for Post Office Protocol. A protocol for retrieving E-Mail messages from
a mail server. Currently, POP3 (the third version of POP) is most often used.
POP3
Abbreviation for Post Office Protocol - Version 3.
A common transmission protocol (transmission rules) used for the transmission and
reception of E-Mail. This has various functions, including mail box authentication,
confirmation of E-Mail downloads and list information, and deletion of E-Mails.
POP Before SMTP Authentication
A user authentication method for sending E-Mail messages. First, the reception operation is performed and the user is authenticated by the POP server. Then, IP addresses where the user was successfully authenticated by the POP server are
permitted to use the SMTP server. This method prevents third parties without permission to use the mail server from sending mail messages.
PostScript
A typical page-descriptive language developed by Adobe and is commonly used for
high quality printing.
PPD
Abbreviation for PostScript Printer Description. A file used to describe the resolution,
usable paper size, and the PostScript printer model special information.
PPI
Abbreviation for Pixels Per Inch. Unit of resolution mainly used in monitors and scanners. Indicates the number of pixels per inch.
Preview
A function that allows you to view an image before processing a print or scan job.
Print Job
Print request transmitted from a computer to a printing device.
Print queue
A software system which queues the generated print job in the devices.
Printer buffer
Memory domain temporarily used for data processing of a print job.
Printer driver
Software that works as a bridge between a computer and a printer.
Program address
This is a function for registering recipient’s fax numbers where faxes are frequently
sent and received and preset transmission operation procedures. By simply pressing
the program key, the address is specified and the communication can be automatically performed with the specified functions.
Property
Attribute information
When using a printer driver, various functions can be specified in the file properties.
In the file properties, you can check the attribute information of the file.
Protocol
The rules that allow computers to communicate with other computers or peripheral
devices
Proxy server
A server that is installed to act as an intermediary connection between each client
and different servers to effectively ensure security over the entire system for Internet
connections.
PServer
A printer server module under a NetWare environment.
Monitors, changes, pauses, restarts, or cancels a print job.
Queue name
Name specified to each device that allows printing when network printing.
Quick memory transmission
This is the method to start sending a fax transmission by scanning one page of the
document at the same time. Even in a case of multiple documents, this function can
be used to send the document without straining the memory capability.
RAW port number
The TCP port number used when the RAW protocol is selected for Windows TCP
printing. Usually set to 9100.
realm (IPP setting)
Region for performing security functions. This organizes authentication information
such as the user name and password, and defines the security rules in the region.
Receiving
This is the condition where the fax machine answers the call.
Redial
This is a function for dialing a fax number again after waiting for a specified length of
time, such as when the recipient’s line is busy.
You can select either to redial manually or to redial automatically the number.
Reference Allowed Level
A feature for specifying settings so that only certain people are able to view certain
destination information for the purpose information security. When synchronized with
user authentication, only information with an access permission level matching that
specified for the user can be viewed.
Referral setting (LDAP setting)
If there is no corresponding data on the LDAP server searched for the destination,
specify which LDAP server should be searched next or specify an LDAP server.
Specify whether or not the multifunctional product searches this specified LDAP
server.
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Relay broadcast
This is a function to send the broadcast the fax via other fax (called as a relay distribution station). When there are multiple broadcast destinations at distant places, one
of the broadcast destination is specified to the relay station and the entire amount of
the communication charges can be reduced by doing the relay transmission from the
relaying station.
Relay distribution station
A feature to broadcast the fax to the relay distribution destination by receiving the relay request from the relay instruction station. The relay distribution function is not
available in this machine.
Relay instruction station
The fax machine that sends the relay broadcast request.
Remote RX
A function to issue a directive for receiving a call via an external phone, using a remote reception number.
Resending
This function retries sending specific documents stored in the memory, which were
not successful sent, to either the same destination or another destination.
Resolution
Displays the ability to reproduce the details of images and print matter correctly.
RIP
Abbreviation for Raster Image Processor. Process that develops picture images from
described text data using the PostScript page description language. The processor
is usually integrated in the printer.
Samba
UNIX server software that uses SMB (Server Message Block) so that UNIX system
resources can be used from a Windows environment.
Scan size
This is a function to specify the scanning size of a document and transmitting it. If the
width of the paper in the recipient’s fax machine is smaller than that of the transmitted document, the fax is normally reduced when it is printed. If you do not wish to
reduce the fax, specify a document size that is same as the size of the paper in the
recipient’s fax machine in order to send the fax at its original size.
Scanning
When the scanning operation is carried out, an image is read with the row of image
sensors that gradually move. The direction that the image sensors are moved is
called the main scanning direction, and the direction in which the image sensors are
arranged is called the sub-scanning direction.
Screen font
A font for displaying text and symbols on a CRT monitor.
Screen frequency
Indicates the density of dots used to create an image.
Sender Name
The name of this machine. This name is printed as a part of the transmission source
at the edge of the transmitted document from the recipient’s machine.
Sending
Making a call. It is to send a document or to dial for pollings in case of fax.
Shared printer
A printer setup that enables the printer to be used by multiple computers connected
to a server over a network.
Sharpness
This function sends a document after enhancing the edge of character.
Single-page TIFF
A single TIFF file that contains only a single page.
SLP
Abbreviation for Service Location Protocol. A protocol capable of finding services
over a TCP/IP network and automatically specifying a client.
S/MIME
Abbreviation for Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions.
A protocol for adding features such as encryption and digital signatures to MIME (EMail operations).
With this standard, public key encryption, which uses a different key for encryption
and decryption, is used.
SMB
Abbreviation for Server Message Block. A protocol mainly used by Microsoft Windows to share files and printers over a network.
SMTP
Abbreviation for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. A protocol for sending and forwarding E-Mail.
SNMP
Abbreviation for Simple Network Management Protocol. A management protocol in
a network environment using TCP/IP.
Spool
Abbreviation for Simultaneous Peripheral Operation On-Line.
With this function, printer output data is not sent directly to the printer, but it is temporarily stored in another location first, and later sent to the printer in bulk.
SSDP
Abbreviation for Simple Service Discovery Protocol
Protocol used to detect the UPnP device on the network.
SSL/TLS
Abbreviation for Secure Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security.
The encoding method for safely transmitting data between the Web server and
browser.
Subnet Mask
The unit used to divide a TCP/IP network into small networks (subnetworks).
It is used to identify the bits in a network address that are higher than the IP address.
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Sub-scanning direction
The vertical direction for scanning documents.
Super G3 (SG3)
This is a G3 communication mode standardized by ITU-T V.34. The communication
becomes possible at a higher speed (high speed 33,400 bps) than that of the usual
G3 communication.
TCP/IP
Abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol.
This is the de facto standard Internet protocol.
IP addresses are used to identify respective network devices.
TCP Socket
Refers to the network API used with TCP/IP. A transmission route is opened using
this socket to input and output normal files.
Temporary document saving
This is a function for automatically saving the received document in the memory
when the machine cannot print the received document, such as when the machine
has run out of paper. When paper is added, the document that has been temporarily
saved is printed.
Temporary Forward transmission
This is a function to manually forward the received document on hold, by using the
setting confirmation button of the control panel. The transmission is used when the
fax/scan screen is been displayed, or the operation is being stopped due to paper
misfeed or running out of paper.
Thumbnail
A small image that shows the contents of an image or document file (the image displayed when the file is opened).
TIFF
Abbreviation for Tagged Image File Format. One of the file formats for saving image
data. (The file extension is ".tif"). Depending on the tag indicating the data type, information for various image formats can be saved in a single image data.
Timer TX
A function for sending a fax at a specified time. Sending faxes at discounted calling
times, such as late at night or early in the morning can help to reduce the transmission costs.
Transmission reservation
This is a function to reserve the next transmission while current transmission or printing.
Transmission speed
Specifies the transmission speed of modem for fax. In this function, the fax can be
communicated at a high transmission speed of 33,600 bps. When overseas communication mode is set, it communicates at a high transmission speed a with a noise of
7200 bps or 4800 bps.
Transmission source record
When a fax has been sent, the transmission time, name, telephone number, page
number that is to be printed at the edge of the document saved on the recipient’s
machine.
Transmission time
The time needed to send a fax. The higher the resolution or larger the paper, the longer the transmission takes.
TrueType
An outline font. It was developed by Apple Computer and Microsoft. It is used as a
standard by Macintosh and Microsoft Windows.
It can be used both on a display and in print.
TSI
Abbreviation for Transmitting Subscriber Identification. ID of the fax transmission terminal.
TWAIN
The interface standard for imaging devices, such as scanners and digital cameras,
and for applications, such as graphics software.
In order to use a TWAIN-compliant device, the TWAIN driver is required.
Uninstall
To delete software installed on a computer.
USB
Abbreviation for Universal Serial Bus.
A general interface standard for connecting a mouse, printer, and other devices to a
computer.
V34
This is a communication mode used at the time of fax communication of super G3.
There are cases when the communication is not possible in super G3 mode depending on the telephone line conditions when the recipient’s machine/ own machine is
connected to a telephone line via private branch exchange. In such cases, it is recommended to communicate with super G3 mode turned off by deselecting the V34.
Web browser
Software for viewing Web pages.
Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator are this type of software.
WINS
Abbreviation for Windows Internet Naming Service. A service for recalling name servers for the conversion of computer names and IP address in a Windows environment.
Zone
A name given in an AppleTalk network. This is used to group multiple devices on an
AppleTalk network.
Z-Folded Original
This function first confirms the document size which cannot detect correct document
size due to folds, then scans and sends the document data after verifying the correct
document size. This function can be used only when the document is scanned by
ADF.
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4.1
Index
Numerics
2-Sided Print ..................................................... 1-163
A
Account track .................................................... 1-100
Account Track Registration ............................... 1-103
Active Directory ................................................. 1-104
Address Book .................................................... 1-168
Address registration .......................................... 1-155
Admin. E-mail Address .............................. 1-27, 1-52
Administrator mode ................................... 1-7, 1-156
Administrator password .................................... 1-157
Administrator Settings ........................................... 2-2
Annotation User Box ............................. 1-160, 1-161
APOP Authentication ........................................... 1-32
AppleTalk ............................................................ 1-72
AppleTalk Settings ................................................ 2-4
Application ........................................................ 1-185
B
Banner sheet ..................................................... 1-163
Bind Direction .................................................... 1-163
Bonjour ................................................................ 1-71
Bonjour Setting ..................................................... 2-4
Box tab .............................................................. 1-158
Bulletin Board User Box .................................... 1-160
Bulletin User Box ............................................... 1-161
C
Certificate ................................1-8, 1-13, 1-14, 1-15
Counter ................................................................ 1-95
D
Date and time ...................................................... 1-18
Default Gateway .................................................... 1-3
Default Paper Size ............................................. 1-163
Detail Settings ..................................................... 2-14
Device Mail Address ............................................ 1-51
Digital signature ................................................... 1-33
Direct Hosting ..................................................... 1-23
Direct hosting service .......................................... 1-23
DNS Domain Name ............................................... 1-3
DNS Host Name .................................................... 1-3
DNS Server ............................................................ 1-3
Domain .............................................................. 1-108
Download ............................................................ 1-14
DSN Request ....................................................... 1-54
Dynamic DNS ........................................................ 1-3
E
E-mail ........................1-25, 1-33, 1-36, 1-90, 1-174
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E-mail Address .................................................... 1-15
E-mail address .................................................. 1-188
E-Mail Settings ...................................................... 2-4
Encryption ........................................................... 1-36
Encryption Strength ............................................ 1-12
Export ................................................................ 1-146
External memory ............................................... 1-143
External server 1-105, 1-109, 1-112, 1-116, 1-119, 1-185
F
Fax ........................................................ 1-168, 1-174
Flash ...................................................................... 1-6
Format All Destination ....................................... 1-148
FTP .............................................. 1-44, 1-168, 1-174
FTP Settings .......................................................... 2-4
G
Get Request Code ............................................ 1-152
Group ................................................................ 1-174
Group destination ............................................. 1-173
H
Header Information ............................................. 1-53
Header/Footer ................................................... 1-150
HTTP Server Settings ............................................ 2-4
I
Icon ................................................................... 1-172
IEEE802.1X ....................................................... 1-131
Import ................................................................ 1-146
Install License ................................................... 1-153
Interface ............................................................ 1-167
Internet Fax ........................................... 1-168, 1-174
Internet fax ................................................ 1-49, 1-56
IP Address ............................................................. 1-3
IP Address Fax ...................................... 1-168, 1-174
IP address fax ..................................................... 1-59
IP address filtering ............................................ 1-122
IP Application Method .......................................... 1-3
IPP ....................................................................... 1-67
IPPS .................................................................... 1-70
IPsec ................................................................. 1-127
IPv6 ................................................................... 1-124
L
LDAP ....................................................... 1-39, 1-118
LDAP over SSL ....................................... 1-42, 1-121
LDAP Settings ....................................................... 2-4
Limiting Access to Destinations ........................ 1-101
Login ..................................................................... 1-7
Logout ............................................................... 1-156
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Index
Low Power mode .............................................. 1-144
LPD ...................................................................... 1-64
LPR ...................................................................... 1-64
4
ROM Version ..................................................... 1-151
S
NDPS ................................................................... 1-75
NDS ................................................................... 1-112
NDS over TCP/IP ............................................... 1-115
NetBIOS Name .................................................... 1-66
NetWare .............................................................. 1-73
NetWare Settings .................................................. 2-4
Network Fax Settings .......................................... 2-14
Network Setting Clear ....................................... 1-147
Network Settings ........................................... 2-2, 2-4
Network Speed ..................................................... 1-4
NTLM ................................................................... 1-22
NTLM authentication ......................................... 1-108
NTP ..................................................................... 1-19
S/MIME ..................................................... 1-34, 1-37
Security ............................................................. 1-154
Sleep mode ....................................................... 1-144
SLP ...................................................................... 1-62
SMB ............................................ 1-65, 1-168, 1-174
SMB Settings ........................................................ 2-4
SMB TX ............................................................... 1-22
SMTP .................................................................. 1-26
SMTP Authentication .......................................... 1-29
SMTP over SSL ................................................... 1-28
SMTP RX ............................................................. 1-61
SMTP TX ............................................................. 1-60
SNMP .................................................................. 1-86
SNMP Settings ...................................................... 2-4
SSDP ................................................................. 1-139
SSL ........................................................................ 1-8
SSL using mode .................................................. 1-13
Staple ................................................................ 1-163
Start TLS ............................................................. 1-28
Store Address tab ............................................. 1-168
Subject .............................................................. 1-184
Subnet Mask ......................................................... 1-3
Support information .......................................... 1-149
System box ........................................... 1-160, 1-161
O
T
M
MAC Address ........................................................ 1-4
Machine authentication ....................................... 1-99
Machine Setting .................................................. 1-52
Maintenance ...................................................... 1-143
MDN Request ...................................................... 1-54
MDN Response ................................................... 1-58
Meter Count ........................................................ 1-98
N
OpenAPI ................................................ 1-136, 1-138
Output Tray ....................................................... 1-163
P
PageScope Web Connection ........................ 1-5, 1-7
Paper Tray ......................................................... 1-163
PCL .................................................................... 1-165
PDL .................................................................... 1-163
Permission of Address Change ......................... 1-155
POP ..................................................................... 1-57
POP before SMTP ............................................... 1-29
POP over SSL ..................................................... 1-31
Port9100 .............................................................. 1-64
Power Save ....................................................... 1-144
Prefix/Suffix ....................................................... 1-188
Printer Setting tab ............................................. 1-163
Program destination .......................................... 1-174
Proxy Server .............................................. 1-45, 1-47
PS ...................................................................... 1-165
Public key ............................................................ 1-36
Public user ......................................................... 1-155
Punch ................................................................ 1-163
R
RAW port ............................................................. 1-64
Reference allowed group .................................. 1-154
Relay User Box ...................................... 1-160, 1-161
Reset ..................................................... 1-147, 1-148
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TCP Socket ................................... 1-6, 1-136, 1-137
TCP Socket (ASCII Mode) ..................................... 1-6
TCP Socket Settings ........................................... 2-14
TCP/IP ................................................................... 1-2
TCP/IP Settings ..................................................... 2-4
Text ................................................................... 1-184
Time Zone ........................................................... 1-18
Timer ................................................................. 1-144
Total Counter ...................................................... 1-97
TRAP ................................................................... 1-93
TWAIN ................................................................. 1-62
U
User authentication 1-100, 1-106, 1-110, 1-113, 1-117,
1-120
User Box ............................................... 1-168, 1-174
User box ................................................ 1-158, 1-159
User mode ........................................................ 1-156
User Registration .............................................. 1-101
W
Web service .............................................. 1-78, 1-81
Web Service Settings .......................................... 2-14
WebDAV ...................................... 1-46, 1-168, 1-174
WebDAV Client Settings ..................................... 2-14
WebDAV over SSL .............................................. 1-48
WebDAV server ................................................. 1-140
Weekly Timer .................................................... 1-145
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Index
4
WINS ................................................................... 1-24
Workgroup ............................................... 1-66, 1-108
WS print ............................................................... 1-77
WS scan .............................................................. 1-80
X
XPS .................................................................... 1-166
501/421/361
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