magicolor 2490MF
®
Reference Guide
4556-9599-00A
1800800-001A
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Contents
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Using Local Setup Utility (LSU) ....................................................................... 1
About Local Setup Utility (LSU) 2
LSU Operating Environment 2
Outline of Setup 3
Installing LSU 3
Starting Up LSU 5
Main LSU Window 6
Connecting to the Machine 7
Downloading Information from the Machine 7
Programming a One-touch Dial Number 7
Editing a One-touch Dial Number 8
Programming a Speed Dial Number 8
Editing a Speed Dial Number 10
Programming a Group Dial Number 10
Editing a Group Dial Number 11
Printing the List of One-touch Dial, Speed Dial and Group Dial Numbers 11
Saving Settings to a Computer 12
Saving Settings to a Fax Machine 12
Specifying Utility Mode Settings 12
Checking the Total Counter 15
Contents
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Checking the Configuration Page
Uninstalling LSU 16
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Understanding the Network Configuration Menus .......................................17
NETWORK SETTING Menu 18
Location within the Configuration Menu 18
Accessing the Network Setting Menu 19
Using the Network Setting Menu Options 19
IP Address 19
Subnet Mask 20
Gateway 21
DNS Configure 22
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Network Printing ..............................................................................................23
Network Connection 24
Theory 24
Making the Connection 25
Ethernet Interface 25
Using DHCP 25
Setting the Address Manually 26
Network Printing 29
BOOTP 29
DHCP 29
DNS 29
HTTP 30
Port 9100 30
SMTP 30
TCP/IP 30
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Using PageScope Web Connection ...............................................................31
About PageScope Web Connection 32
Display Language 32
Requirements 32
Setting Up the Printer Web Page 33
Determining the Printer Name 33
Setting Up Your Browser Software 33
Internet Explorer (version 6.0 for Windows) 34
Netscape Navigator (version 7.1) 35
Understanding the PageScope Web Connection Window 36
Navigation 36
Current Status 37
User Mode 37
Administrator Mode 37
Configuring the Printer 38
System Page 38
Summary (shown above) 38
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Contents
Device Information 39
Details 40
Preference 44
Save Setting 46
Maintenance 47
Online Assistance 50
Fax/E-mail 52
One-Touch Dial Setting (shown above) 52
Speed Dial Setting 57
Group Dial Setting 61
Fax Configuration 63
Downloading/Uploading Destination List 71
Network 72
Summary (shown above) 72
TCP/IP 73
E-mail 75
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Contents
Using Local
Setup Utility
(LSU)
About Local Setup Utility (LSU)
By installing Local Setup Device (LSU) onto a computer connected to the
machine, you can change machine settings and check the counters and
machine status from the computer.
The following operations can be performed using LSU.
„ Save machine one-touch dialing, speed dialing and group dialing information onto a computer
„ Change machine one-touch dialing, speed dialing, and group dialing information
„ Change Utility mode settings
„ Check the counters
„ Check the configuration page
LSU Operating Environment
The following environment is required in order to install LSU onto a computer.
Item
Operating environment
Operating system
Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Me,
Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP
Processor
Pentium II or faster
Memory
Memory capacity recommended for the operating system.
There should be enough memory for the
operating system and the applications used.
Available hard disk space
100 MB or more
Web browser
Internet Explorer version 5.0 or later
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Use a USB cable with an A-type connector (4-pin male) and a B-type
connector (4-pin male). We recommend that the USB cable be no
more than 3 meters (10 feet) long.
About Local Setup Utility (LSU)
Outline of Setup
Before using LSU, the machine must be connected to the computer, and LSU
must be installed on the computer.
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Connect the machine to the computer.
Install the TWAIN driver and printer driver included with the machine.
Install LSU onto the computer.
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For details on the installation procedure, refer to “Installing LSU”
on page 3.
Installing LSU
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Insert Applications CD-ROM in your CD/DVD-ROM drive.
Select the language.
From the Application Setup dialog, select “LSU”.
Select the language.
The installer starts up.
Select the desired installation language.
LSU Operating Environment
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Click the [Next] button, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
When a message appears, indicating that the installation of LSU is finished, click the [Finish] button.
The installation of LSU is completed.
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LSU Operating Environment
Starting Up LSU
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Click the Start button, point to “Programs (Windows XP: All Programs)”,
“KONICA MINOLTA”,
“magicolor 2490MF”, “LSU”, and then click “Konica Minolta magicolor
2490MF LSU”.
The main window of LSU appears.
LSU Operating Environment
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Main LSU Window
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No. Name
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Description
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Connect To
Machine button
Click this button to connect the machine with the
computer.
2
Disconnect button Click this button to cut the connection between
the machine and the computer.
3
Upload button
Click this button to send the settings file to the
machine.
4
Download button
Click this button to send the machine’s settings
to the computer.
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Open button
Click this button to open the settings file.
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Save button
Click this button to save the settings file.
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Menu button
Click this button to display the Menu dialog box.
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Machine icon
Click beside the machine icon to display the
machine one-touch dialing, speed dialing and
group dialing settings.
Main LSU Window
Connecting to the Machine
1
Click
.
A connection can also be created by clicking “Connect” on the “Machine”
menu.
When LSU is connected to the machine, “Connect Status: ONLINE”
appears.
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While operations are being performed in LSU, the machine cannot
be operated from its control panel.
Downloading Information from the Machine
1
Click
.
The information can also be downloaded by clicking “Download” on the
“Machine” menu.
Programming a One-touch Dial Number
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2
Click
beside the machine icon, and then click “One Touch”.
From the list that is displayed, double-click the one-touch dial number to
be programmed.
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A maximum of 9 one-touch dial numbers can be programmed.
Main LSU Window
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In the Register One Touch dialog box for the selected number, specify the
desired settings.
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Only numbers and letters can be typed in.
Click the [OK] button.
Programming of the one-touch dial number is completed.
Editing a One-touch Dial Number
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2
Click
beside the machine icon, and then click “One Touch”.
From the list that is displayed, double-click the one-touch dial number to
be edited.
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If a programmed one-touch dial number is selected, the information can be changed.
When editing the information, the “Cut”, “Copy”, “Paste” and
“Delete” commands on the “Edit” menu can be selected.
Programming a Speed Dial Number
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Click
beside the machine icon, and then click “Speed Dial”.
From the list that is displayed, double-click the speed dial number to be
programmed.
Main LSU Window
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In the Register Speed Dial dialog box for the selected number, specify the
desired settings.
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A maximum of 100 speed dial numbers can be programmed.
Only numbers and letters can be typed in.
Click the [OK] button.
Programming of the speed dial number is completed.
Main LSU Window
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Editing a Speed Dial Number
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2
Click
beside the machine icon, and then click “Speed Dial”.
From the list that is displayed, double-click the speed dial number to be
edited.
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If a programmed speed dial number is selected, the information
can be changed.
When editing the information, the “Cut”, “Copy”, “Paste” and
“Delete” commands on the “Edit” menu can be selected.
Programming a Group Dial Number
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2
Click
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beside the machine icon, and then click “Group”.
From the list that is displayed, double-click the group dial number to be
programmed.
A maximum of 9 group dial numbers can be programmed.
Main LSU Window
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In the Register Group dialog box for the selected number, select a number
to programmed in the group, and then click
or
.
Type in the name of the group.
Click the [OK] button.
Programming of the group is completed.
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Program group dialing after programming one-touch dial and
speed dial numbers.
Editing a Group Dial Number
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From the list that is displayed, double-click the group dial number to be
edited.
If a programmed group dial number is selected, the information can be
changed.
Printing the List of One-touch Dial, Speed Dial and
Group Dial Numbers
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On the “File” menu, click “Print”.
The following dialog box appears.
Main LSU Window
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2
Select the check box for the items to be printed, and then click the [OK]
button.
Saving Settings to a Computer
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Click
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2
3
to send the settings to the machine.
The settings can also be saved by clicking “Save As” on the “File”
menu.
Specify the folder where the file is to be saved, and then type in the name
of the file.
Click the [Save] button.
Saving Settings to a Fax Machine
1
Click
.
The settings can also be saved to the machine by clicking “Upload” on the
“Machine” menu.
Specifying Utility Mode Settings
Utility mode settings specified from the machine’s Control panel can be specified from the Utility Setting dialog box of LSU.
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Click
.
This dialog box can also be displayed by clicking “Menu” on the “Machine”
menu.
Main LSU Window
The Menu dialog box appears.
The following parameters can be specified from LSU.
Menu
Function
Machine Setting
Auto Panel Reset
Energy Save Time
Date Format
LCD Contrast
Language
Fax PTT Setting (Read only)
Initial Mode
Lamp Off Time
Preset Zoom Change
Buzzer Volume
Toner Empty Stop
Auto Continue
Calibration
Paper Source
Tray1 Paper
Tray2 Paper
Main LSU Window
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Menu
Copy Setting/Direct Print
Function
Paper Priority
Mode
Density Level (A)
Density Level (M)
Collate
Quality
Direct Print
TX Operation
Scan Contrast
Resolution
Header
RX Operation
Memory RX Mode
Reduction RX
RX Print Mode
RX Mode
No. of rings
Footer
Select Tray
Communication/Report
Tone/Pulse
Line Monitor
PSTN/PBX
Activity Report
Tx Result Report
Rx Result Report
E-mail Setting
Sender Name
E-Mail Address
SMTP Server Address
SMTP Port No.
SMTP Timeout
Default Subject
TEXT Insert
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Main LSU Window
Menu
Function
Network Setting
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gate Way
DNS Configuration
Scanner Setiing
Resolution
Image Format
Coding Method
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While operations are being performed in LSU, the machine cannot
be operated from its Control panel.
Checking the Total Counter
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On the “Machine” menu, click “Total Counter”.
The Total Counter dialog box appears.
Main LSU Window
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Checking the Configuration Page
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On the “Machine” menu, click “Configuration”.
The Machine Status dialog box appears.
Uninstalling LSU
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2
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Click the Start button, point to “Programs (Windows XP: All Programs)”,
“KONICA MINOLTA”,
“magicolor 2490MF”, “LSU”, and then click “Uninstall”.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
When the following dialog box appears, the uninstallation is completed.
Main LSU Window
Understanding
the Network
Configuration
Menus
NETWORK SETTING Menu
Location within the Configuration Menu
Main screen
MACHINE SETTING
PAPER SOURCE
SETUP
COPY SETTING
FAX
REGISTRATION
TX SETTING
RX SETTING
COMM.SETTING
REPORTING
USER SETTING
DIRECT PRINT
NETWORK SETTING
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
DNS CONFIG.
E-MAIL SETTING
SCANNER SETTING
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NETWORK SETTING Menu
Accessing the Network Setting Menu
Use the following series of keystrokes at the printer to access the Network
Setting menu options on your printer. This menu provides access to all of the
configurable network items.
Press this
key . . .
(until) the message window reads . . .
Main screen
MACHINE SETTING
NETWORK SETTING
Using the Network Setting Menu Options
If the printer is connected to a network, the following settings should be specified. For details about each setting, contact your network administrator.
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To manually specify settings for the IP address, subnet mask and
gateway, set “IP ADDRESS” to “SPECIFY”.
When entering the IP address, do not enter a class D (between
224.0.0.0 and 239.255.255.255) or class E (between 240.0.0.0 and
255.255.255.255) IP address.
In addition, “255” cannot be entered as the last three digits of the IP
address.
IP Address
Purpose
Sets the IP address of this printer on the network.
Options
AUTO/SPECIFY
Default
AUTO
(If “IP ADDRESS” is set to “SPECIFY”)
192.168.1.2
Range
(If “IP ADDRESS” is set to “SPECIFY”)
0-255 for each xxx triplet
Use the keypad to input each number; use the Left and
Right keys to move between triplets.
NETWORK SETTING Menu
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Notes
Leading zeros of each triplet are automatically suppressed;
for example, “001” displays as “1”
The Cancel/C key can also be used for deleting. To cancel
IP Address menu, hold down the Cancel/C key for more
than one second, and then press the Cancel/C key again
after all settings have been cleared.
After changing the settings, the printer must be turned off,
then on again.
Subnet Mask
Purpose
Sets the subnet mask value of the network. The subnet
mask allows you to limit access to your printer (for example, according to departmental divisions).
Range
(If “IP ADDRESS” is set to “SPECIFY”)
0–255 for each xxx triplet
Use the keypad to input each number; use the Left and
Right keys to move between triplets.
Default
(If “IP ADDRESS” is set to “SPECIFY”)
255.255.255.0
Notes
Leading zeros of each triplet are automatically suppressed;
for example, “000” displays as “0”
The Cancel/C key can also be used for deleting. To cancel
Subnet Mask menu, hold down the Cancel/C key for more
than one second, and then press the Cancel/C key again
after all settings have been cleared.
After changing the settings, the printer must be turned off,
then on again.
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When “IP ADDRESS” is set to “AUTO”, this menu option is not available.
NETWORK SETTING Menu
Gateway
Purpose
Sets the address of the router/gateway if a router/gateway
is used on your network and you allow users outside your
network environment to print on your printer.
Range
(If “IP ADDRESS” is set to “SPECIFY”)
0–255 for each xxx triplet
Use the keypad to input each number; use the Left and
Right keys to move between triplets.
Default
(If “IP ADDRESS” is set to “SPECIFY”)
192.168.1.1
Notes
Leading zeros of each triplet are automatically suppressed;
for example, “001” displays as “1”
The Cancel/C key can also be used for deleting. To cancel
Gateway menu, hold down the Cancel/C key for more than
one second, and then press the Cancel/C key again after
all settings have been cleared.
After changing the settings, the printer must be turned off,
then on again.
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When “IP ADDRESS” is set to “AUTO”, this menu option is not available.
NETWORK SETTING Menu
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DNS Configure
Purpose
Sets whether or not the DNS server setting is to be specified.
If specifying the DNS server setting, the SMTP server can
be specified as a host name when using network scanning.
If “ENABLE” is selected, type in the IP address of the SMTP
server.
If “DISABLE” is selected, the DNS server cannot be referenced.
Options
DISABLE/ENABLE
Default
DISABLE
Range
(If “DNS CONFIG.” is set to “ENABLE”)
0-255 for each xxx triplet
Use the keypad to input each number; use the Left and
Right keys to move between triplets.
Notes
Leading zeros of each triplet are automatically suppressed;
for example, “001” displays as “1”
The Cancel/C key can also be used for deleting. To cancel
DNS Configure menu, hold down the Cancel/C key for
more than one second, and then press the Cancel/C key
again after all settings have been cleared.
After changing the settings, the printer must be turned off,
then on again.
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When using network scanning and when specifying the SMTP server
as a host name instead of as an IP address, be sure to select
“ENABLE”, and then specify the IP address of the DNS server.
NETWORK SETTING Menu
Network Printing
Network Connection
Theory
To connect your printer in a
TCP/IP network environment, you
must make sure that the internal
network addresses in the printer
have been set.
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In many cases, you have
to enter only a unique IP
address. However, you
may also have to enter a
subnet mask and/or a
gateway (router) address,
depending on your
network configuration
requirements.
Network Connection
Making the Connection
Ethernet Interface
An RJ45 connector can be used as the Ethernet interface for this printer.
When connecting your printer to an Ethernet network, the tasks you perform
depend on how you plan to set the printer’s IP (Internet Protocol) address.
„ IP Address—A unique identifier for each device on a TCP/IP network.
„ Subnet Mask—A filter used to determine what subnet an IP address
belongs to.
„ Gateway—A node on a network that serves as an entrance to another
network.
Since the IP address for each PC and printer on your network must be
unique, you usually need to modify this preset address so it doesn’t conflict
with any other IP address or your network or any attached network. You can
do this in one of two ways. Each is explained in detail in the following sections.
„ Using DHCP
„ Setting the address manually
Using DHCP
If your network supports DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), the
printer’s IP address will be automatically assigned by the DHCP server when
you turn on the printer. (Refer to “Network Printing” on page 29 for a description of DHCP.)
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If the IP address of the printer is not set automatically, check if the
printer has been set to allow DCHP to be used (PRINT REPORT —
CONFIGURATION PAGE). If the printer has been set so that DHCP
cannot be used, select “AUTO” in the NETWORK SETTING — IP
ADDRESS menu.
Connect your printer to the network.
When using an Ethernet cable, plug the RJ45 connector into the Ethernet
interface port of the printer.
Turn on your PC and printer.
After the printer’s message window is initialized, install the printer driver.
Network Connection
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Setting the Address Manually
You may also manually change the printer’s IP address, subnet mask, and
gateway by using the following instructions. (See chapter 2, “Understanding
the Network Configuration Menus,” for more information.)
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When the IP address is changed, add a new port or reinstall the
printer driver.
CAUTION
You should always notify your network’s administrator before changing
the printer’s IP address.
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Turn on your PC and printer.
After the machine’s message window is initialized, set the IP address.
Press this
key . . .
(until) the message window displays . . .
Main screen
MACHINE SETTING?
OK=SEL / or 1-9
NETWORK SETTING?
OK=SEL or 1-4
1 IP ADDRESS?
OK=SEL
*AUTO
SPECIFY
<,> & SEL
AUTO
*SPECIFY
<,> & SEL
ADDR=
.
OK=SEL
.
.
Use the keypad to input each number.
Use the
and
keys to move to each of the four number triplets.
(Leading zeros of each triplet are automatically suppressed; for example,
“.001.” displays as “.1.”)
The Cancel/C key can also be used for deleting. To cancel IP Address
menu, hold down the Cancel/C key for more than one second, and then
press the Cancel/C key again after all settings have been cleared.
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Network Connection
Press this
key . . .
(until) the message window displays . . .
Main screen
3
4
Display the NETWORK SETTING menu.
If you don’t want to set the subnet mask or gateway, go to step 8.
If you don’t want to set the subnet mask, but you do want to set the gateway, go to step 6.
If you want to set the subnet mask, follow these steps.
Press this
key . . .
(until) the message window displays . . .
2 SUBNET MASK?
OK=SEL
SUB=
.
OK=SEL
.
.
Use the keypad to input each number.
Use the
and
keys to move to each of the four number triplets.
(Leading zeros of each triplet are automatically suppressed; for example,
“.001.” displays as “.1.”)
The Cancel/C key can also be used for deleting. To cancel Subnet Mask
menu, hold down the Cancel/C key for more than one second, and then
press the Cancel/C key again after all settings have been cleared.
Main screen
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6
Display the NETWORK SETTING menu.
If you don’t want to set the gateway, go to step 8.
If you want to set the gateway, follow these steps.
Press this
key . . .
(until) the message window displays . . .
3 GATEWAY?
OK=SEL
Network Connection
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Press this
key . . .
(until) the message window displays . . .
ADDR=
.
OK=SEL
.
.
Use the keypad to input each number.
Use the
and
keys to move to each of the four number triplets.
(Leading zeros of each triplet are automatically suppressed; for example,
“.001.” displays as “.1.”)
The Cancel/C key can also be used for deleting. To cancel Gateway
menu, hold down the Cancel/C key for more than one second, and then
press the Cancel/C key again after all settings have been cleared.
Main screen
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Restart the printer.
Print a configuration page to verify that the correct IP address, subnet
mask, and gateway have been set.
After the printer’s message window is initialized, install the printer driver.
Network Connection
Network Printing
Network printing terms are described below:
„ BOOTP
„ DHCP
„ DNS
„ HTTP
„ Port 9100
„ SMTP
„ TCP/IP
This section contains descriptions of these network printing terms.
BOOTP
BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) is an Internet protocol that enables a diskless
workstation to discover (1) its own IP address, (2) the IP address of a BOOTP
server on the network, and (3) a file that can be loaded into memory to boot
the workstation. This enables the workstation to boot without requiring a hard
or floppy disk drive.
DHCP
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a protocol for assigning
dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network. With dynamic addressing, a
device can have a different IP address every time it connects to the network.
In some systems, the device's IP address can even change while it is still
connected. DHCP also supports a mix of static and dynamic IP addresses.
Dynamic addressing simplifies network administration because the software
keeps track of IP addresses rather than requiring an administrator to manage
the task. This means that a new computer can be added to a network without
the hassle of manually assigning it a unique IP address.
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 difficult to memorize and understand IP addresses.
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HTTP
HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) is the underlying protocol used by the
World Wide Web. It defines how messages are formatted and transmitted,
and what actions web servers and browsers should take in response to various commands. For example, when you enter a URL in your browser, this
actually sends an HTTP command to the Web server directing it to fetch and
transmit the requested web page.
Port 9100
When printing through a network, TCP/IP port number 9100 can be used to
send raw data.
SMTP
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a protocol for sending e-mail.
This protocol was originally used to send e-mail between servers; however,
currently client e-mail software use it to also send e-mail to servers using
POP.
TCP/IP
Most networks combine TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) with the
lower-level protocol IP (Internet Protocol). TCP establishes a virtual connection between two host systems and guarantees the delivery of data between
them while IP specifies the format and addressing of this data sent between
these two host systems.
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Network Printing
Using PageScope
Web Connection
About PageScope Web Connection
This chapter provides information on
PageScope Web Connection, an
HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol)-based web page that resides in
your printer and that you can access
using your Web browser.
This page gives you instant access
to printer status and the most frequently used printer configuration
options. Anyone on your network
can access the printer using their
web browser software. In addition,
with the proper password, you can
change the configuration of the
printer without leaving your PC.
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Users who are not given passwords by the administrator can still view
the configuration settings and options but are not able to save or apply
changes.
Display Language
The language used in the PageScope Web Connection screens is specified
from the printer’s control panel. For details on specifying the display language, refer to the User’s Guide (CD-ROM) provided with the printer.
Requirements
To use PageScope Web Connection, the following is required:
„ Windows Server 2003/XP/2000/Me/98SE/NT4.0
„ Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5 or later
Netscape Navigator version 7.1 or later
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You do not need an Internet connection.
„ TCP/IP communication software (used by PageScope Web Connection)
installed on your PC
„ A network, to which both your PC and the printer are connected
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You cannot access PageScope Web Connection using a local
(USB) connection.
About PageScope Web Connection
Setting Up the Printer Web Page
Setting up the printer web page to run on your network involves two basic
steps:
„ Determining the name or address of your printer
„ Setting up the “no proxy” preferences in your browser software
Determining the Printer Name
The printer web page can be accessed in two ways:
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The printer names can also be determined via WINS if the network
supports it.
„ Through the assigned name of the printer—This name comes from the IP
host table (the filename is hosts) on the computer system and is usually
assigned by the system administrator (for example, magicolor 2490 MF).
It may be more convenient for you to use the printer name than the IP
address.
Location of the Host Table on the PC
z Windows Server 2003/XP
z Windows Me/98SE
z Windows 2000/NT4.0
\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
\windows\hosts
\winnt\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
„ Through the printer’s IP address—The IP address of your printer is a
unique number and, therefore, may be the preferred identification to enter,
especially if you have more printers active in your network. The printer’s
IP address is listed on the configuration page.
Setting Up Your Browser Software
Since your printer resides on your intranet and is not accessible beyond the
firewall of your network, you must set up the proper “preferences” in your
browser software. Your printer name or IP address must be added to the “no
proxy” list in the preferences dialog box of the browser.
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You need to do this procedure only once.
The sample screens below may be different from yours depending on software versions and operating systems in use.
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Our examples represent the IP address of the printer with
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. Always enter your printer's IP address without leading zeros. For example, 192.168.001.002 should be entered as
192.168.1.2.
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Internet Explorer (version 6.0 for Windows)
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2
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7
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Start Internet Explorer.
From the Tools menu
choose Internet Options.
Select the Connections tab
on the dialog box.
Choose the LAN Settings
button to display the Local
Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box.
Select Advanced in Proxy
server to open the Proxy Settings dialog box.
In the Exceptions text box,
type a comma after the last
entry and then type the
printer name or the IP
address of your printer.
Choose OK three times to return to the main browser window.
Enter the printer’s IP address in the URL Address box to access the
printer home page.
Setting Up the Printer Web Page
Netscape Navigator (version 7.1)
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2
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Start Netscape Navigator.
From the Edit menu choose
Preferences.
Select the
Advanced/Proxies
directory from the left pane
of the dialog box.
Select the Manual Proxy
Configuration radio
button.
In the No Proxy for: text
box, type a comma after the
last entry, and then type the printer name or the IP address of your printer.
Choose OK to return to the main browser window.
Enter the printer name or IP address in the URL Location box to access
the printer home page.
http://192.168.1.2/
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Understanding the PageScope Web
Connection Window
The illustration below identifies the navigation and configuration areas of the
windows that you see in PageScope Web Connection windows.
Link to
KONICA MINOLTA
web site
Current status
Links to main
Printer name
topics
Version information
Links to
subtopics
Access to
Administrator
Mode
Configuration area
Navigation
Selecting the main topic and subtopic displays the configuration area for the
printer options (parameters) associated with your selections.
To change a current setting, click on the current setting and then select from
the available choices or enter the new value.
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In order to apply or save any changes made to the configuration settings, PageScope Web Connection must be logged in from Administrator Mode. (For details, refer to “Administrator Mode” on page 37.)
Understanding the PageScope Web Connection Window
Current Status
The current status of the printer is displayed at the top of all PageScope Web
Connection windows. The icon displays the type of status being displayed.
Icon
Status
Description
Examples
Ready
The printer is online READY
and either ready to PRINTING
print or printing.
Attention
The printer needs
attention, but
printing continues.
Fixable
Error
The printer needs
PUT MEDIA:TRAY 1
attention before
TONER EMPTY CYAN
printing can resume. MEDIA JAM TRAY 2
TRAY 1 EMPTY
C TONER LOW
WARMING UP
Fatal Error The printer must be ERROR AIDC SENSOR
rebooted. If that
doesn’t fix the error,
service is required.
User Mode
You automatically enter User Mode whenever you enter PageScope Web
Connection. In User Mode you can view configuration settings but not change
them.
Administrator Mode
In order to change any configuration settings through PageScope Web Connection, you must first enter Administrator Mode:
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Type the password in the Admin Password text box.
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The default password is “MagiMFP”. However, once you are in
Administrator Mode, you can change this in the System - Preference window.
Choose the Login button.
If you type an incorrect password, the following message displays:
“Please retype the correct password.” Retype the password.
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Configuring the Printer
The Configuration page allows you to view and change the configuration settings of the printer.
System Page
This page allows you to configure several user- and printer-specific items.
Summary (shown above)
The System - Summary window provides the following information.
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Item
Description
Device Name
Displays the name of the printer.
Device Place
Displays the setup location for the printer.
Engine Serial
Number
Displays the serial number of the printer engine.
Memory
Displays the amount of memory installed in the printer.
ADF
Identifies whether the ADF is “Installed” or “Not
Installed.”
Duplex
Identifies whether the optional duplex unit is “Installed”
or “Not Installed.”
Input Tray
Identifies whether an optional lower feeder unit is
“Tray1” or “Tray1, Tray2.”
Configuring the Printer
Item
Description
Network
Lists the printer interface (Ethernet 10Base-T/
100Base-TX).
Logout botton
Logs out of Administrator Mode and returns to User
Mode.
" This button is available from all web pages.
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All of the information displayed on the System Page - Summary is
read-only; however, some of the items (such as the device name) are
configurable on other pages.
Device Information
The System - Device Information window allows you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Administrator
Name
Specifies the name of the administrator for the printer.
Device Name
Specifies the name of the printer.
Range:
Default:
Range:
Default:
Device Place
Up to 255 characters
[Blank]
Up to 255 characters
[Blank]
Specifies the setup location of the printer.
Range:
Default:
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Up to 255 characters
[Blank]
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Details
Input Tray
The System - Details - Input Tray window provides the following information.
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Item
Description
Tray
Identifies the media feed units (Tray 1/2) installed on
the printer.
Paper Size
Indicates the size of media loaded in a specific tray.
Media Type
Indicates the type of media loaded in a specific tray.
Status
Indicates the media status (“Ready” or “Empty”) for
each tray.
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ROM Version
The System - Details - ROM Version window provides the following information.
Item
Description
Engine
Displays the ROM version of the printer engine.
Master Controller
Displays the ROM version of the master controller.
FPGA Code Version
Displays the ROM version of the FPGA code.
Network Interface Displays the ROM version of the network interface conController
troller.
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Interface Information
The System - Details - Interface Information window provides the following
information.
Item
Description
Type
Identifies the type of network interface on the printer
(Ethernet 10Base T/100Base TX).
Ethernet
Speed
Identifies the transmission speed for the network and the
transmission method for bi-directional transmission.
The following settings are available. Auto, 10Base-T,
100Base-TX
IP Address
Identifies the IP (Internet Protocol) address of the Ethernet
interface.
The address can also be viewed on the control panel.
Subnet Mask
Identifies the subnet mask address of the Ethernet interface.
The address can also be viewed on the control panel.
Gateway
Address
Identifies the gateway address of the Ethernet interface.
The address can also be viewed on the control panel.
MAC Address Identifies the Media Access Control (MAC) address of the
Ethernet interface.
Host Name
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Identifies the name of the printer.
Configuring the Printer
Consumable
The System - Details - Consumable window provides the following information:
Item
Description
Consumable
Identifies the type of consumable that is being
monitored.
Status
Indicates the remaining life of the consumables as a
percentage.
Max Life
Identifies the maximum life expectancy of the consumables in pages.
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Preference
The System - Preference window allows you to configure the following
items:
Item
Description
Current Password
Type in the current password.
New Password
Sets a new password to enter Administrator Mode.
Range:
Default:
Up to 8 characters
MagiMFP
" Passwords can be set to any string of numbers and
letters (uppercase and lowercase) between 4 and 8
characters in length.
Retype New
Password
Verifies the new password typed in the New Password
text box.
" If the password typed in both text boxes doesn’t
match, the following message displays when you
choose the Apply button: “Please retype the
correct password.” Click the OK button, and then
retype the passwords in both text boxes.
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Configuring the Printer
Item
Description
Refresh Rate
Sets the time interval (in seconds) that passes before the
screen automatically updates. During a screen refresh,
the printer is polled for any new information or status, and
all of the fields in the PageScope Web Connection
windows are updated.
Range:
Default:
30–300 (0.5–5 minutes)
60
„ If less than 30 seconds is specified, the setting
changes to 30 seconds.
„ If more than 300 seconds is specified, the setting
changes to 300 seconds.
Display Language
Identifies the language displayed in the PageScope Web
Connection windows.
Choice:
Default:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish,
Portuguese, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Japanese
English
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
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Save Setting
From the System - Save Setting page, the machine settings can be saved
as a file on the computer being used. In addition, the saved settings file can
be read by the machine.
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Item
The following settings are not saved in the file:
- IP address of the machine
- Subnet mask
- Default gateway
- Base Port Number
- Settings for DHCP and BOOTP
Description
Save Setting Save button
Saves the machine settings as a file.
Restore Set- File Name
ting
Specify the name of the file where the machine
settings are to be saved.
Browse button Displays the dialog box for browsing to the
folder where the file containing the machine
settings was saved.
Restore button Sends the settings file to the machine and
overwrites the machine settings.
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Configuring the Printer
Maintenance
Reset NIC
The System - Maintenance - Reset NIC page allows you to reset the network controller.
Item
Description
Reset button
When clicked, the message “Jobs in progress will not be
saved when the controller is reset. Do you want to continue the transaction?” appears. Click Yes to automatically restart the printer.
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Initialize
The System - Maintenance - Initialize page allows you to reset the machine
settings to their factory defaults.
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Item
Description
Network Setting
Resets the network settings to their defaults.
All
Resets all settings to their defaults.
Clear button
When clicked, the message “Do you really want to return
the settings to the factory defaults?” appears. Click Yes
to automatically restart the printer and return the settings
to their default values.
Configuring the Printer
Counter
The System - Maintenance - Counter window provides the following information:
Item
Description
Total Counter
Indicates the total number of all printed and scanned
pages, the total number of double-sided prints, the total
number of scanned document pages, and the total number of printed pages.
Copy Counter
Indicates the number of copied pages (in color, in black
and white, and in total).
Print Counter
Indicates the number of printed pages (in color, in black
and white, and in total).
Scan/Fax Counter Indicates the total number of stored pages that were
printed, the total number of pages scanned in Fax mode
and Scan mode, the total number of sent fax pages (Tx),
and the total number of received fax pages (Rx).
Color Total
Counter
Indicates the total number of pages printed in color and
the total number of pages printed in black and white.
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Online Assistance
The System - Online Assistance window allows you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Contact Name
Sets the name of the person or organization responsible
for providing assistance with the printer.
Range: Up to 32 characters
Default: [Blank]
Contact
Information
Sets the telephone number for printer assistance.
Product Help
URL
Sets the help web site address for printer assistance.
Corporate URL
Sets the KONICA MINOLTA corporate web site address.
Range: Up to 32 characters
Default: [Blank]
Range: Up to 64 characters
Default: [Blank]
Range: Up to 64 characters
Default: [Blank]
Supplies and
Accessories
Sets the telephone number where you can purchase
printer supplies and accessories.
Range: Up to 32 characters
Default: [Blank]
Online Help URL Sets the web address for on-line assistance.
Range: Up to 64 characters
Default: [Blank]
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Configuring the Printer
Item
Description
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
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Fax/E-mail
On the Fax/E-mail page, settings for the destination information to be registered in the machine and the fax transmission/reception settings can be specified.
One-Touch Dial Setting (shown above)
On the Fax/E-mail - One-Touch Dial Setting page, settings for one-touch
dialing can be specified.
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Item
Description
No.
Displays the one-touch dial number.
Click a one-touch dial number where no destination is
registered to display the One-Touch Registration page,
and then select the type of one-touch dial destination to
be added.
If a destination is already registered with the one-touch
dial number that is clicked, the registered information
can be edited.
Name
Displays the name of the one-touch dial number.
Address
Displays the destination information (fax number, e-mail
address or “Group Dial”) registered with the one-touch
dial number.
Speed
Displays the fax transmission speed when faxing with
the corresponding type of one-touch dial destination.
Delete button
Deletes the corresponding one-touch dial number.
Configuring the Printer
One-Touch Registration
On the Fax/E-mail - One-Touch Dial Setting - One-Touch Registration
page, select the type of one-touch dial destination to be added.
Item
Description
One-Touch Regis- From the drop-down list, select the type of one-touch
tration
dial destination to be added.
If “Fax” is selected, the Fax Destination page will be
displayed.
If “E-mail” is selected, the E-mail Destination page will
be displayed.
If “Group Dial” is selected, the Group Dial Registration
page will be displayed.
Choices:
Default:
Fax, E-mail, Group Dial
Fax
Apply button
Displays the page for the type of one-touch dial destination selected from the list.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
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Fax Destination
The Fax/E-mail - One-Touch Dial Setting - Fax Destination window allows
you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Destination Name Specify the name of the destination.
Range:
Default:
Destination Number
Specify the fax number for the destination.
Speed
Select the speed of the fax modem.
Range:
Default:
Choices:
Default:
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Up to 20 characters.
[Blank]
Up to 50 characters
[Blank]
9.6K, 14.4K, 33.6K
33.6K
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
Configuring the Printer
E-mail Destination
The Fax/E-mail - One-Touch Dial Setting - E-mail Destination window
allows you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Destination Name Specify the name of the destination.
Range:
Default:
Up to 20 characters.
[Blank]
Destination
Address
Specify the e-mail address of the destination.
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
Range:
Default:
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Up to 64 characters
[Blank]
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Group Dial Registration
The Fax/E-mail - One-Touch Dial Setting - Group Dial Registration window allows you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Group Dial Name
Specify the name of the group dial.
Range:
Default:
Up to 20 characters.
[Blank]
One-Touch Dial
Index
Click to jump to the beginning of the one-touch dial list
within the same page.
Speed Dial Index
Click to jump to the beginning of the speed dial list within
the same page.
One-Touch 01-09
Displays the list of registered one-touch dial numbers.
Select the check box on the left side of the list to add the
corresponding one-touch dial destination to a group dial.
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Speed 001-020
Speed 021-040
Speed 041-060
Speed 061-080
Speed 081-100
Displays the list of registered speed dial numbers, 20 at
a time.
Select the check box on the left side of the list to add the
corresponding speed dial destination to a group dial.
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
Configuring the Printer
Speed Dial Setting
On the Fax/E-mail - Speed Dial Setting page, settings for speed dialing can
be specified.
Item
Description
Speed Dial List
Click to jump to the beginning of the speed dial list within
the same page.
No.
Displays the speed dial number.
Click a speed dial number where no destination is registered to display the Speed Dial Registration page, and
then select the type of speed dial destination to be
added.
If a destination is already registered with the speed dial
number that is clicked, the registered information can be
edited.
Name
Displays the name of the speed dial number.
Address
Displays the destination information (fax number or
e-mail address) registered with the speed dial number.
Speed
Displays the fax transmission speed when faxing with
the corresponding type of one-touch dial destination.
Delete button
Deletes the corresponding one-touch dial number.
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Speed Dial Registration
On the Fax/E-mail - Speed Dial Setting - Speed Dial Registration page,
select the type of speed dial destination to be added.
Item
Description
Speed Dial Regis- From the drop-down list, select the type of speed dial
tration
destination to be added.
If “Fax” is selected, the Fax Destination page will be
displayed.
If “E-mail” is selected, the E-mail Destination page will
be displayed.
Choices:
Default:
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Fax, E-mail
Fax
Apply button
Displays the page for the type of speed dial destination
selected from the list.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
Configuring the Printer
Fax Destination
The Fax/E-mail - Speed Dial Setting - Fax Destination window allows you
to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Destination Name Specify the name of the destination.
Range:
Default:
Up to 20 characters.
[Blank]
Destination Number
Specify the fax number for the destination.
Speed
Select the speed of the fax modem.
Range:
Default:
Choices:
Default:
Up to 50 characters
[Blank]
9.6K, 14.4K, 33.6K
33.6K
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
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E-mail Destination
The Fax/E-mail - Speed Dial Setting - E-mail Destination window allows
you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Destination Name Specify the name of the destination.
Range:
Default:
60
Up to 20 characters.
[Blank]
Destination
Address
Specify the e-mail address of the destination.
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
Range:
Default:
Up to 64 characters
[Blank]
Configuring the Printer
Group Dial Setting
On the Fax/E-mail - Group Dial Setting page, settings for group dialing can
be specified.
Item
Description
No.
Displays the group dial number.
Click a number where no group dial is registered to display the Group Dial Registration page, and then specify the settings for the group dial to be added.
If a group is already registered with the number that is
clicked, the registered information can be edited.
Name
Displays the name of the group dial.
Address
For group dialing, “(Group Dial)” is displayed.
Delete button
Deletes the corresponding group dial.
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Group Dial Registration
The Fax/E-mail - Group Dial Setting - Group Dial Registration window
allows you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Group Dial Name
Specify the name of the group dial.
Range:
Default:
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Up to 20 characters.
[Blank]
One-Touch Dial
Index
Click to jump to the beginning of the one-touch dial list
within the same page.
Speed Dial Index
Click to jump to the beginning of the speed dial list within
the same page.
One-Touch 01-09
Displays the list of registered one-touch dial numbers.
Select the check box on the left side of the list to add the
corresponding one-touch dial destination to a group dial.
Speed 001-020
Speed 021-040
Speed 041-060
Speed 061-080
Speed 081-100
Displays the list of registered speed dial numbers, 20 at
a time.
Select the check box on the left side of the list to add the
corresponding speed dial destination to a group dial.
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
Configuring the Printer
Fax Configuration
On the Fax/E-mail - Fax Configuration page, settings for sending and
receiving faxes can be specified.
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Item
Description
User Data
User Name Specify the user name.
Registration
Range:
Up to 32 characters.
Default: [Blank]
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
USER SETTING - USER NAME
Fax Number
Specify the fax number.
Range:
Up to 20 characters.
Default: [Blank]
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
USER SETTING - USER FAX
NO.
Transmission Operation
Scan Con- Select the contrast for scanning documents.
trast
Choices: -1, 0, +1
Default: 0
Resolution Select the default scanning resolution (image
quality).
Choices: Standard, Fine, Super Fine,
Halftone/Standard, Halftone/Fine,
Halftone/Super Fine
Default: Standard
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
TX SETTING - RESOLUTION
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Configuring the Printer
Item
Description
Reception
Operation
Memory RX Select whether to allow (“On”) memory reception
Mode
or not (“Off”). In cases when confidential faxes
are being received, the received document can
be stored in the memory and printed at a specified time or when memory reception is set to
“Off”. A password can be set to specify the starting time or ending time of memory reception, or
to cancel the function. The set starting time and
ending time are valid every day until memory
reception is turned off.
Choices: On, Off
Default: Off
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
RX SETTING - MEMORY RX
MODE
On Time
Specify the time when memory reception mode
begins.
Range:
Default:
Off Time
Specify the time when memory reception mode
ends.
Range:
Default:
Password
00:00 to 23:59
[Blank]
Specify the password for setting the starting and
ending time for memory reception mode and for
canceling memory reception.
Range:
Default:
Auto RX
Mode
00:00 to 23:59
[Blank]
Four digits.
[Blank]
Select whether the reception mode is automatic
reception or manual reception.
Choices: On, Off
Default: On
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
RX SETTING - RX MODE
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Item
Description
Number of
Rings
Enter the number of rings between 1 and 16 until
the call is answered.
Range:
1-16
Default: 2
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
RX SETTING - NO. of RING
Footer
Enable
Select whether or not the reception information
(date received, number of pages, etc.) is printed
at the bottom of each received document.
Choices: On, Off
Default: Off
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
RX SETTING - FOOTER
Reduction
RX
Select whether documents longer than the paper
are printed reduced, split, or discarded.
If “On” is selected, received faxes are printed
reduced.
If “Off” is selected, received faxes are printed at
full size and split onto multiple pages.
If “Cut” is selected, received faxes are printed
while erasing any part that does not fit within the
page. However, when sending a document more
than 24 mm (1 inch) longer than the paper, “CUT”
is not available. (In this case, the document is
split.)
Choices: ON, OFF, CUT
Default: ON
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
RX SETTING - REDUCTION RX
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Configuring the Printer
Item
Description
RX Print
Select whether the fax is only printed after all
document pages have been received or printing
begins as soon as the first page of the document
is received.
If “Memory RX” is selected, printing begins after
all pages have been received.
If “Print RX” is selected, printing begins after the
first page has been received.
Choices: Memory RX, Print RX
Default: Memory RX
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
RX SETTING - RX PRINT
Select Tray This function can be used to select which paper
tray can be used to supply paper when printing
received documents or transmission reports. A
paper tray that cannot be used for supplying
paper can also be specified.
When Tray2 is not installed:
Choices: Tray1 Enable, Tray1 Disable
Default: Tray1 Enable
When Tray2 is installed:
Choices: Tray1, 2 Enable
Tray1, 2 Disable
Tray1 Disable, Tray2 Enable
Tray1 Enable, Tray2 Disable
Default: Tray1, 2 Enable
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
RX SETTING - SELECT TRAY
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Item
Description
Communica- Tone/Pulse Select the dialing system. If this function is not
tion Setting
correctly set to the type of dialing system used,
faxes cannot be sent.
Select the correct setting after checking which
type of dialing system is used by your telephone
line.
Choices: Tone, Pulse 10PPS, Pulse 20PPS
Default: Tone
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
COMM.SETTING - TEL LINE
TYPE
" On models for the USA, Canada, German
and New Zealand, the pulse value cannot
be changed.
Line Moni- Select the volume of the monitoring sound of the
tor Volume transmission signal.
Choices: High, Low, Off
Default: Low
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
COMM.SETTING - LINE MONITOR
" Even when “Off” is selected, the
monitoring sound can be heard when the
“On hook” key in the control panel is
pressed.
PSTN/PBX Select whether the connected telephone wiring is
a public switched telephone network (PSTN) or a
private branch exchange (PBX).
For a PBX system, the pre-fix number (outside
line access number (or extension number)) can
be specified.
Choices:
PSTN, PBX
PBX Range: 0-9999 (Default: Blank)
Default:
PSTN
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
COMM.SETTING - PSTN/PBX
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Item
Description
Reporting
Activity
Report
Every 60 transmissions/receptions, a report can
be printed to show the results of the transmissions/receptions. Select whether the report is
printed automatically when the 60th transmission/reception is reached.
Choices: ON, OFF
Default: ON
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
REPORTING - ACTIVITY
REPORT
TX Result
Report
Select whether the report showing the result of a
transmission is printed automatically after the
transmission is finished.
If “ON” is selected, a report is printed after each
transmission is finished.
If “ON(ERROR)” is selected, a report is printed
after the transmission only if an error occurred.
If “OFF” is selected, a report is not printed after
each transmission is finished. The report is not
printed even if an error occurred.
Choices: ON, ON(ERROR), OFF
Default: ON(ERROR)
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
REPORTING - TX RESULT
REPORT
RX Result
Report
Select whether the report showing the result of a
reception is printed automatically after reception
is finished.
If “ON” is selected, a report is printed after each
reception is finished.
If “ON(ERROR)” is selected, a report is printed
after the reception only if an error occurred.
If “OFF” is selected, a report is not printed after
each reception is finished. The report is not
printed even if an error occurred.
Choices: ON, ON(ERROR), OFF
Default: ON(ERROR)
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
REPORTING - RX RESULT
REPORT
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Item
Description
Use Settings Fax PTT
Setting
Select the country where this machine is
installed.
Choices: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium,
Brazil, Canada, China, Czech, Denmark, Europe, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, HK, Hungary, Ireland,
Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia,
Mexico, Netherlands, NZ, Norway,
Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia,
Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia,
South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, U.S.A, UK
Default: U.S.A
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
USER SETTING - FAX PTT
SETTING
Date Format
Select the display format for the reports and lists.
Choices: MM/DD/YY, DD/MM/YY, YY/MM/DD
Default: MM/DD/YY
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
USER SETTING - DATE FORMAT
Preset
Zoom
Select whether the zoom method is aligned on
the inch paper sizes or the metric paper sizes
when “Reduction RX” is set to “ON”.
Choices: Inch, Metric
Default: Inch
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
USER SETTING - PRESET
ZOOM
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Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window
to their user defaults.
Configuring the Printer
Downloading/Uploading Destination List
In the Fax/E-mail - Downloading/Uploading Destination List page, the
destination information can be downloaded or uploaded.
Item
Description
Download
Click the Apply button to save the registered destinations as a file on the computer being used.
Upload
Specify the location of the file containing the destinations, and then click the Apply button to write the destinations to the machine.
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Network
The Network page allows you to configure the machine’s network interface.
For more information on these protocols, see chapter 3, “Network Printing.”
Summary (shown above)
The Network - Summary window provides the following information:
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Item
Description
Device Name
Displays information on the network interface.
ROM Version
Displays the version of the network firmware.
IP Address
Identifies the IP (Internet Protocol) address of the Ethernet interface.
MAC Address
Identifies the Media Access Control (MAC) address of
the Ethernet interface.
Configuring the Printer
TCP/IP
The Network - TCP/IP window allows you to configure the following items.
For more information on these TCP/IP settings, see chapter 3, “Network
Printing.”
Item
Description
Automatic IP
Setting
Specifies the automatic assigning method for the printer
IP address.
Choices:
Default:
On, Off
On
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
NETWORK SETTING - IP ADDRESS
IP Address*
Sets the printer’s IP address.
Range:
Default:
0–255 for each xxx triplet
[Blank]
" If the IP address is outside the range, the following
message displays when you choose the Apply
button: “Please enter a correct address.” Click OK
button, and then type an appropriate number.
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
NETWORK SETTING - IP ADDRESS
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Item
Description
Subnet Mask*
Sets the printer’s subnet mask address.
Range:
Default:
0–255 for each xxx triplet
[Blank]
" If the subnet mask address is outside the range, the
following message displays when you choose the
Apply button: “Please enter a correct address.”
Click OK button, and then type an appropriate
number.
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
NETWORK SETTING - SUBNET MASK
Default Gateway* If a router is used on the network, sets the router’s
address.
Range:
Default:
0–255 for each xxx triplet
[Blank]
" If the router address is outside the range, the
following message displays when you choose the
Apply button: “Please enter a correct address.”
Click OK button, and then type an appropriate
number.
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
NETWORK SETTING - GATEWAY
RAW Port
Number
Displays the number of the printer’s RAW port.
Host Name
Specifies the host name.
Range:
Default:
Enable DNS
Server
Up to 63 characters
magicolor 2490MF
Sets whether or not the DNS server setting is to be
specified.
Choices:
Default:
Disable/Enable
Disable
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
NETWORK SETTING - DNS CONFIG.
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DNS Server
Address
Specifies the DNS server address.
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Range:
Default:
0-255 for each xxx triplet
[Blank]
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Item
Description
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
* These settings can be entered only if “DHCP/BOOTP” isn’t checked from
the Automatic IP Setting. Always enter these addresses without leading
zeros. For example, 131.011.010.001 should be entered as 131.11.10.1.
E-mail
The Network - E-mail window allows you to configure the following items:
Item
Description
Sender Name
Specify the name of the e-mail sender when using network scanning.
Range:
Default:
Up to 20 characters
magicolor 2490MF
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
E-MAIL SETTING - SENDER NAME
E-mail Address
Specify the e-mail address of the e-mail sender when
using network scanning.
Range:
Default:
Up to 64 characters
[Blank]
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
E-MAIL SETTING - E-MAIL
ADDRESS
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Item
Description
Default Subject
Specify the subject of the e-mail message when using
network scanning.
Range:
Default:
Up to 20 chacacters
From mc2490MF
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
E-MAIL SETTING - DEFAULT
SUBJECT
SMTP Server
Address
Specify the IP address or host name for the SMTP
server.
Range:
Default:
Up to 64 characters
[Blank]
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
E-MAIL SETTING - SMTP SERVER
Port Number
Specify the port number communicating with the SMTP
server.
Range:
Default:
1-65535
25
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
E-MAIL SETTING - SMTP PORT
NO.
Connection Time- Select the amount of time (in seconds) until the connecout
tion with the SMTP server times out.
Range:
Default:
30-300
60
Configuration Menu Equivalent:
E-MAIL SETTING - SMTP TIMEOUT
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Configuring the Printer
Item
Description
Text Insert
Select whether or not the previously specified text is
inserted into the body of the e-mail message when using
network scanning.
If “ON” is selected, the following text is inserted as the
body of the e-mail message.
text_attachment_tif:
Image data(TIFF format) has been attached to the email.
We recommend you use a program like “Imaging for
Windows” to view the file.
If “OFF” is selected, only the scanned image is attached,
and no text is inserted into the e-mail message.
Choices:
Default:
ON, OFF
OFF
Apply button
Applies the configuration settings for this window.
Clear button
Resets all configuration settings for this window to their
user defaults.
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