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Operating Instructions
(For Embedded Web Launcher and Web Server)
DP-C262/C322
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Appendix
Embedded
Web Server
Embedded
Web Launcher
Model No.
System Requirements General Description
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Table of Contents
General Description .......................................... 4
System Requirements ....................................... 6
Embedded Web Launcher.................................. 8
Main Window..............................................................................................
Searching Devices .....................................................................................
Accessing Embedded Web from the Embedded Web Launcher ...............
Accessing Embedded Web from the Device Explorer................................
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Screen Layout of the Embedded Web Page ..............................................
Menu Structure...........................................................................................
Status Menu ...............................................................................................
Device Menu ..............................................................................................
Network Menu ............................................................................................
Device Configuration Menu ........................................................................
Network Configuration Menu......................................................................
Language Menu .........................................................................................
Links Menu .................................................................................................
Scanner Image Box Menu..........................................................................
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Troubleshooting..........................................................................................
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Embedded Web Server ...................................... 18
Appendix............................................................ 82
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General Description
General Description
The Embedded Web Server is a tool for viewing and editing device function settings from a web browser on a
computer connected to a network using the web server function built into the device.
The web server for each device can be opened by entering the IP address of the device into the web browser.
You can also use the Embedded Web Launcher to search for connected devices on the network and display
them in a list from which you can easily open the Embedded Web Page for a selected device.
The Embedded Web Server is a web server function built into the device.
Embedded Web Launcher software displays a list of connected network devices from which you can easily
open the Embedded Server for a selected device.
NOTE
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You can also start Embedded Web Launcher from the Device Explorer.
See operating instructions for the Device Explorer.
How to Access the Embedded Web Page
The following two methods can be used to access the Embedded Web Page.
1. Access directly from the Device Explorer
This opens the Embedded Web Page directly from the Device Explorer. This is the recommended method.
The procedure is described in "Accessing Embedded Web from the Device Explorer" on page 15.
Note:
When this procedure is used, the Embedded Web Launcher runs in the background and does not appear on the
screen.
2. Start the Embedded Web Launcher, and then access the page
Start the Embedded Web Launcher, search for devices, and then open the Embedded Web Page. The
procedure is described in "Accessing Embedded Web from the Embedded Web Launcher" on page 14.
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General Description
General Description
System Requirements
The system requirements for the Embedded Web Launcher and the Embedded Web Page editing function are
as follows.
Embedded Web Launcher
Personal Computer : IBM PC/AT and compatibles (CPU Pentium II or greater is required, Pentium 4 or
greater is recommended)
System Requirements
Operating System
: Windows 98*1, Windows Me*2, Windows NT 4.0*3 (With Service Pack 3 or later is
required), Windows 2000*4, Windows XP*5, Windows Server 2003*6
System Memory
: The minimum recommended Memory for each OS is as follows:
Windows 98, Windows Me
: 128 MB or greater
Windows 2000, Windows XP,
Windows NT 4.0,
Windows Server 2003
: 256 MB or greater
Free Disk Space
: 200 MB or greater
CD-ROM Drive
: Used for installing the software and utilities from the CD-ROM.
Interface
: 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet port
Embedded Web Page
Operating System
: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP,
Windows Server 2003
Mac OS 8.6/9.0/9.1/9.2, Mac OS X 10.1/10.2/10.3
Supported browsers : Internet Explorer 5.01 or later
Netscape 7.0 or later
Port number
: 80 (Standard port)
*1 Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating system (hereafter Windows 98)
*2 Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition operating system (hereafter Windows Me)
*3 Microsoft® Windows NT® operating system Version 4.0 (hereafter Windows NT 4.0)
*4 Microsoft® Windows® 2000 operating system (hereafter Windows 2000)
*5 Microsoft® Windows® XP operating system (hereafter Windows XP)
*6 Microsoft® Windows Server ™ 2003 operating system (hereafter Windows Server 2003)
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System Requirements
Memo
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Embedded Web Launcher
This section describes the procedure for searching devices with the Embedded Web Launcher, and then
accessing the Embedded Web Page on the device.
Note:
For instructions on how to open the Embedded Web Page directly from the Device Explorer, refer to "Accessing
Embedded Web from the Device Explorer" on page 15.
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Main Window
When the Embedded Web Launcher starts, it searches for network connected devices, and displays the results
in the main window.
The search results list displays the Model Name, Location, IP Address, and Status for the devices. Clicking
on a column title, re-sorts the list by the selected item.
Note:
Running the Search from the Device menu refreshes the list with the latest search results.
Embedded
Web Launcher
You can open the Embedded Web Page for a device by selecting the device in the Main Window and running
the Launch Embedded Web.
Status column
The "Status" column displays the current status of the device.
: Ready - Indicates that the device is active (operating).
: Power Save - Indicates the device is in power save or sleep mode.
: Error - Indicates that the device is under a fault condition, and is unable to operate.
(Ex: Paper jam, out of toner, or front cover is open)
: Indicates the device is turned Off.
: Indicates an unexpected or unknown error has occurred.
(An error that does not occur in normal operation.)
: Warning - Indicates that a minor error has occurred on the device, but that it is still able to operate.
(Ex: Low toner, ran out of a particular type of paper, but other paper sizes are still available)
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Main Window Menus
Select commands from the main window menu to perform the corresponding operation.
Menu
Menu Item
Device
Launch Embedded Web
Opens the Embedded Web Page for the selected device in the web
browser.
Search Setting
Specifies how to search for devices with the Embedded Web Launcher.
Search
Search the network for devices, and refresh the window with the latest
results.
Exit
Exits the Embedded Web Launcher.
View
Toolbar
Description
Large Icons
Shows large icons in the toolbar.
Small Icons
Shows small icons in the toolbar.
Hide Toolbar Hides the toolbar.
Help
Refresh
Updates the device Status column with the latest information.
Help
Opens the help file.
About...
Displays the information about the Embedded Web Launcher version
information.
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Toolbar
A toolbar containing four commonly used operations is displayed below the menu in the main window. Click an
icon to perform the corresponding operation.
1. Launch Embedded Web
2. Search Setting
3. Search
4. Refresh
Note:
The Launch Embedded Web button in the toolbar is only available when a device is selected.
Right-Click Menu
Right-clicking a device selected on the list, opens a right-click menu with the Launch Embedded Web
command.
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Main Window
Starting Embedded Web Launcher
Use the following procedure to start the Embedded Web Launcher.
Select All Program
Panasonic
Web Launcher from the Start menu.
Panasonic Document Management System
Embedded
(i.e. Windows XP)
When the search completes, the Embedded Web Launcher main window appears displaying a list of the
devices found.
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Embedded
Web Launcher
The Embedded Web Launcher searches the network for devices when it starts. A search progress dialog
box appears while searching.
Searching Devices
Although the Embedded Web Launcher searches the network for devices when it starts, it does not
subsequently refresh the results automatically.
If necessary, you can repeat the network device search.
Note:
The Refresh command in the View menu only refreshes the device Status.
Select the Search command from the menu, or click
icon on the toolbar.
Setting the Search Conditions (Search Settings)
You can specify how to search for devices with the Embedded Web Launcher.
From the Device menu, select Search Settings to open the configuration window shown below. Select the type
of devices to search for, and Add/Delete/specify Range of IP Address(es) to include in the search. When you
have finished specifying the settings, click the
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OK
button to save the new search settings.
Item
Search Type
Add the following
IP Address
Setting
All Devices
Select this option button to search for all devices including brands
other than Panasonic. (Default)
Panasonic Devices
Select this option button to search for Panasonic devices only.
Select this check box to add IP Addresses or an IP Address Range for the search.
Range
Specifies an IP Address Range for the search. Select the option
button, and enter the starting & ending IP Address range directly.
IP Address
Adds a single IP Address for the search. Select the option button,
and enter a single IP Address directly.
Add
Delete
Adds the specified Range or IP Address for the search.
button
Deletes an IP Address or Range.
Note:
An error message appears if more than 255 IP Addresses or Ranges are
specified.
An error message appears if the same IP Address or Range is specified
more than once.
Specify the communications timeout for searching. (1 to 60
seconds; default is 3 seconds)
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Time Out
button
NOTE
Make sure that the Community Name (1) on the device is set to public when searching the network
for devices. If the Community Name (1) is set to a different name, it will be excluded from the search.
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Accessing Embedded Web from the Embedded Web Launcher
When a device is found by the Embedded Web Launcher, open the Embedded Web Page to view, or modify the
device settings.
Select one of the four methods to open the Embedded Web Page for a device found with the Embedded Web
Launcher.
Double-click on the device in the search list.
Select the device, and then select Launch Embedded Web from the Device menu.
Select the device, and then click
icon on the toolbar.
Right click the device, and then select Launch Embedded Web from the right-click menu.
Note:
You can open Embedded Web Pages for more than one device. In this case, each page is opened in a new web browser.
An error appears if the device does not have an Embedded Web Page (web server function).
You can open the Embedded Web Page for a device directly from the Device Explorer. See "Accessing Embedded Web
from the Device Explorer" on page 15 for details.
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Accessing Embedded Web from the Device Explorer
To open the Embedded Web Page for a device directly from the Device Explorer, use the following procedure.
Note:
You can also run Embedded Web Launcher to open an Embedded Web Page. The operation is described in "Accessing
Embedded Web from the Embedded Web Launcher" on page 14.
Device
Embedded
Web Launcher
Select All Programs
Panasonic
Panasonic Document Management System
Explorer on the Start menu. (i.e. Windows XP)
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This starts the Device Explorer, and lists all
specified devices found by the search.
The list is arranged by Model Name, Location,
IP Address, and Status of each device found.
Click a column title to sort the device list by the
selected item.
Note:
The Status column icon indicates the current status
of the device. For icon interpretation in the "Status
column", see page 9.
Right-click the desired device, and then select
Launch Embedded Web from the right-click
menu.
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If the web server on the device is accessed, the
Embedded Web Page can be opened in a web
browser.
Note:
You can open the Embedded Web Page for more
than one device. In this case, each page is opened
in a new web browser.
An error appears if the device does not have an
Embedded Web Page (web server function).
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Screen Layout of the Embedded Web Page
The Embedded Web Page can be used to view device information, and to edit device settings.
The left side of the Embedded Web Page contains the Model name, and Main menu. Selecting a menu item
displays detailed information on the Display/edit area on the right of the screen. If the Display/edit area
contains a Tab menu, selecting Tab menu items switches between the associated display pages. Clicking the
Reload
button refreshes the page with the latest information.
Model name
Reload button
Tab menu
Main menu
Display/edit area
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Screen Layout of the Embedded Web Page
Basic Operation
Click an item in the Main menu to select the
information you want to view or edit.
Click the
button to send your
Submit
changes to the device.
If the associated page allows settings to be
edited, a dialog appears prompting you to enter
your User name and Password. Enter your
User name and Password. The defaults are as
follows.
The following dialog box appears when you
click the
button on the Network
Submit
Configuration menu page. Please restart the
device (See "Restart Tab Screen") on page 74
to apply the configuration changes.
User name: root
Password:
0000
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Note:
The menu items that require a User name and
Password are Device Configuration, Network
Configuration, Language, and the edit command
for Links.
You can change the password (see "Change
Password Tab Screen" on page 75 for details) but
the User name is fixed.
Once a User name and Password is entered, it
remains in effect until you exit the Embedded Web
Page.
View or edit the information in the Display/edit
area. To edit settings, select a value from the
drop-down list, or enter into the input field.
If a Tab menu is present, click on the tab menu
items to switch between tab screens.
Click the
button to refresh the
Reload
page with the latest information.
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Menu Structure
This section lists the Main menu and Tab menu items. The following sections describe details of each menu
item selection.
Main Menu
The Embedded Web Page contains the following eight menu items.
Main Menu
Description
Status
Displays the device status.
Device
Displays device configuration and settings information.
Network
Displays network configuration and settings information for the device.
Device Configuration
Edits the device configuration and settings.
Network Configuration
Edits the network configuration and settings for the device.
Language
Sets the language for the Embedded Web Page.
Links
Edits and displays information (URLs) such as, how to obtain support or
purchase consumables.
Scanner Image Box*
If the device has a Network Scanner option and HDD installed, this displays the
contents of the Scanner Image Box.
(* This menu item is shown if the Network Scanner option has been installed on
the device.)
Of these, the Device Configuration, Network Configuration, Language, and Links menu items allow you to
edit device settings.
Note:
Entering a User name and Password is required to open the Device Configuration, Network Configuration,
Language, and Links menu pages.
If you modify the device settings in the Network Configuration menu page, the device must be restarted. The
procedure for restarting is described in "Restart Tab Screen" on page 74.
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Menu Structure
Tab Menu List
The Device, Network, Device Configuration, and Network Configuration menu pages contain a tab menu.
Device
Network
Device
Configuration
Tab Menu
Description
General Information
Displays the memory size, HDD drive, option module
configuration, and other general information.
Consumables
Displays the status of consumables (remaining level).
Tray
Displays the default tray, the media type and paper size
loaded in each tray.
Print
Displays print settings and custom paper sizes.
System
Displays the Control Panel Language, Power Save Mode
Timer setting, and Sleep Mode Timer setting.
PCL
Displays the PCL (Printer Control Language) settings.
Maintenance
Displays maintenance information such as, the number of
pages printed for each page type, frequency of color usage,
and similar information.
General
Displays the ethernet settings.
TCP/IP
Displays TCP/IP protocol settings.
SMB
Displays SMB settings.
NetWare
Displays NetWare settings.
SNMP
Displays SNMP settings.
EMAIL*
Displays Email function settings.
(* This tab menu item is shown if the Internet FAX, or
Network Scanner option has been installed on the device.)
AppleTalk*
Displays AppleTalk settings.
(* This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option has
been installed on the device.)
Rendezvous*
Displays Rendezvous settings.
(* This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option has
been installed on the device.)
IPv6
Displays IPv6 settings.
Tray
Configures the media type and paper size for each tray.
Print
Configures printing parameters and custom paper sizes.
System
Configures Power Save Mode and/or Sleep Mode and sets
the Timer.
PCL
Configures PCL (Printer Control Language) settings.
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Main Menu
Main Menu
Network
Configuration
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Tab Menu
Description
General
Configures the ethernet settings.
TCP/IP
Configures the TCP/IP protocol settings.
SMB
Sets up the SMB.
NetWare
Configures the NetWare settings.
SNMP
Sets up the SNMP.
EMAIL*
Sets up the Email function.
(* This tab menu item is shown if the Internet FAX, or
Network Scanner option has been installed on the device.)
AppleTalk*
Sets up the AppleTalk.
(* This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option has
been installed on the device.)
Rendezvous*
Sets up the Rendezvous.
(* This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option has
been installed on the device.)
IPv6
Sets up the IPv6.
Restart
Restarts the device to activate the network settings.
Change Password
Changes the password used to login to the edit menu items
on the Embedded Web Page.
Status Menu
The Status screen appears first when you access the Embedded Web Page. The Status screen shows general
information including the device status, toner level, and the paper tray(s).
Clicking the
Reload
button refreshes the screen with the latest data.
Status Screen
Panel
Description
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Item
The message currently displayed on the LCD panel.
Toner Information
Black Toner
Displays the current level (%) of the Black toner.
Cyan Toner
Displays the current level (%) of the Cyan toner.
Magenta Toner
Displays the current level (%) of the Magenta toner.
Yellow Toner
Displays the current level (%) of the Yellow toner.
Paper Information
Tray
Displays the paper tray's name (Tray 1, Tray 2, Bypass, etc.).
Size
Displays the paper size.
Type
Displays the media (paper) type.
Status
Displays the tray status (whether paper is loaded).
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Device Menu
Clicking the Device menu item displays the General Information tab screen for the Device. The Device menu
item is used to display the device configurations.
Clicking the tab menu switches between display screens.
Clicking the
Reload
button refreshes the screen with the latest data.
Note:
The information on the following tab screens displayed via the Device menu item, can be configured using the tab screens
with the same name on the page displayed by the Device Configuration menu item. See "Device Configuration Menu" on
page 49 for details.
Tray tab menu screen
Print tab menu screen
System tab menu screen
PCL tab menu screen
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Device Menu
General Information Tab Screen
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The General Information tab screen displays information such as, the device memory size, HDD drive, and
option module configuration.
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Item
Description
1. Memory Size
Main Memory
Displays the main memory size (MB).
Image Memory
Displays the image memory size (MB).
Fax Memory
Displays the fax memory size (MB).
2. Hard Disk Drive
Total Size
If an HDD is installed, this displays the total available memory size (GB).
If no HDD is installed, this displays the size as "0 GB" instead.
Mailbox Size
Displays the Mailbox size allocation (GB).
Scan Size
Displays the scan size memory allocation (GB).
3. Configuration
3rd Paper Feed Module
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the 3rd Paper Feed Module is installed.
4th Paper Feed Module
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the 4th Paper Feed Module is installed.
Document Feeder (ADF)
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the ADF is installed.
Automatic Duplex Unit
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the Automatic Duplex Unit (ADU) is installed.
Finisher
If a finisher is installed, this displays the finisher's model. If it is not installed,
it is indicated with a "No".
FAX Board
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the Fax Board module is installed.
Network Scanner
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the Network Scanner module is installed.
PS Printer
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the PostScript Printer module is installed.
Internet FAX
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the Internet Fax module is installed.
HDD
Indicates (Yes/No) whether the HDD is installed.
4. Firmware
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SC
Displays the firmware version for the SC module.
PNL
Displays the firmware version for the PNL module.
EC
Displays the firmware version for the EC module.
SCN
Displays the firmware version for the SCN module.
FCB
Displays the firmware version for the FCB module.
5. General Information
Serial Number
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Displays the serial number of the device.
Device Menu
Consumables Tab Screen
The Consumables tab screen displays the current status (remaining level) of the device's consumables.
Item
Description
1. Consumables
Displays the remaining level (%) of Black toner.
Cyan Toner
Displays the remaining level (%) of Cyan toner.
Magenta Toner
Displays the remaining level (%) of Magenta toner.
Yellow Toner
Displays the remaining level (%) of Yellow toner.
Toner Waste Container
Displays the status (Usable / Full) of the toner waste container.
Black OPC Drum
Displays the remaining level (%) of the Black OPC Drum.
Cyan OPC Drum
Displays the remaining level (%) of the Cyan OPC Drum.
Magenta OPC Drum
Displays the remaining level (%) of the Magenta OPC Drum.
Yellow OPC Drum
Displays the remaining level (%) of the Yellow OPC Drum.
Staple
Indicates whether the stapler has any staples (this Field is left blank if
there is no punch unit installed).
Punch Hole Residue Container
Displays the status (Usable / Full) of the punch hole residue container.
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Device Menu
Tray Tab Screen
The Tray tab screen displays tray information, such as the default tray, the media type and paper size loaded in
each tray.
Item
Description
1. Tray
Paper Source
Displays the default tray.
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2. Media Type
Bypass
Displays the media type selected for the Bypass tray.
Tray 1
Displays the media type selected for Tray 1.
Tray 2
Displays the media type selected for Tray 2.
Tray 3
Displays the media type selected for Tray 3.
Tray 4
Displays the media type selected for Tray 4.
3. Paper Size
Bypass
Displays the paper size selected for the Bypass tray.
Tray 1
Displays the paper size selected for Tray 1.
Tray 2
Displays the paper size selected for Tray 2.
Tray 3
Displays the paper size selected for Tray 3.
Tray 4
Displays the paper size selected for Tray 4.
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Device Menu
Print Tab Screen
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The Print tab screen displays the print settings, and custom paper size configuration of the device.
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Item
Description
1. Print
Number of Prints
Displays the number of copies to print.
Paper Size
Displays the paper size setting.
2-Sided Print
Displays whether the duplex print setting is On or Off.
Bind Edge
Displays the selected binding edge setting.
Mutual A4/Letter
Displays whether the mutual A4/Letter setting is On or Off.
If this parameter is set to On, Letter size original is printed on A4 size paper when
Letter size paper runs out. Furthermore, A4 size original is printed on Letter size
when A4 size paper runs out.
Page Protection
Displays whether the page protection setting is On or Off.
Toner Save
Displays whether the toner save setting is On or Off.
Resolution
Displays the resolution setting.
Job Completion Time
Displays the job completion time setting.
Spool Function
Displays whether the Print Job Spool function setting is On or Off.
(For HDD option)
Text Print
Displays whether the Text File Print function setting is On or Off.
Print Queue Delete
Displays the permission setting when deleting a print job.
Error Page Print
Displays whether to print an error warning message when detecting an error, On
or Off.
Mono Page Detect
Displays whether to detect the monochrome page automatically, On or Off.
2. Custom Paper Setting
Custom X Size
Displays the horizontal size setting for the custom paper.
Custom Y Size
Displays the vertical size setting for the custom paper.
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Device Menu
System Tab Screen
System tab screen displays the Panel language, Power Save Mode Timer setting, and Sleep Mode Timer
setting for the device.
Description
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Item
1. System
Panel Language
Displays the selected language for the panel display.
Power Save Mode Timer
Displays the timer setting for the power save mode.
Sleep Mode Timer
Displays the timer setting for the sleep mode timer.
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Device Menu
PCL Tab Screen
The PCL tab screen displays the PCL (Printer Control Language) settings for the device.
Item
Description
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1. PCL
Wide A4
Displays whether the wide A4 function setting is On or Off.
Print Direction
Displays the print direction setting.
Lines Per Page
Displays the number of lines per page.
Return Character
Displays the return character setting.
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Device Menu
Maintenance Tab Screen
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The Maintenance tab screen displays maintenance information such as, the number of pages printed for each
page type, frequency of color usage, and similar information.
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Item
Description
1. Page Count
Total Page
Displays the total number of pages printed (color and black).
Black Total Page
Displays the total number of black pages printed.
1-Color Total Page
Displays the total number of 1-color pages printed.
2-Color Total Page
Displays the total number of 2-color pages printed.
Full Color Total Page
Displays the total number of full color pages printed.
Black PC Print Page
Displays the number of black PC pages printed.
Full Color PC Print Page Displays the number of full color PC pages printed.
Fax Print Page
Displays the number of Fax pages printed.
2. Image Area (Last)
Black
Displays the Black "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as a proportion
of all pixels on an A4 page) for the most recent page, expressed as a percentage.
Cyan
Displays the Cyan "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as a proportion
of all pixels on an A4 page) for the most recent page, expressed as a percentage.
Magenta
Displays the Magenta "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as a
proportion of all pixels on an A4 page) for the most recent page, expressed as a
percentage.
Yellow
Displays the Yellow "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as a
proportion of all pixels on an A4 page) for the most recent page, expressed as a
percentage.
3. Image Area (Average)
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Black
Displays the average Black "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as a
proportion of all pixels on an A4 page), expressed as a percentage.
(These values indicate the relative usage of the Black color.)
Cyan
Displays the average Cyan "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as a
proportion of all pixels on an A4 page), expressed as a percentage.
(These values indicate the relative usage of the Cyan color.)
Magenta
Displays the average Magenta "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as
a proportion of all pixels on an Letter/A4 page), expressed as a percentage.
(These values indicate the relative usage of the Magenta color.)
Yellow
Displays the average Yellow "image area rate" (actual number of dots printed as a
proportion of all pixels on an Letter/A4 page), expressed as a percentage.
(These values indicate the relative usage of the Yellow color.)
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Network Menu
Clicking the Network menu item displays the General tab screen for Network. The Network menu item is used
to display the network configuration and settings for the device.
Clicking the tab menu switches between display screens.
Clicking the
Reload
button refreshes the screen with the latest data.
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Note:
The information on the tab screens displayed via the Network menu item can be configured using the tab screens with the
same name on the page displayed by the Network Configuration menu item. See "Network Configuration Menu" on page
55 for details.
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General Tab Screen
The General tab screen displays the ethernet settings for the device.
Item
Description
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MAC Address
Displays the MAC Address for the device.
Link Speed & Duplex
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Defined
Displays the link speed and the duplex mode setup in the Network Configuration
menu.
Selected
Displays the link speed and the duplex mode activated on the device.
Network Menu
TCP/IP Tab Screen
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Item
Description
1. TCP/IP
DHCP Default
Displays whether the DHCP client function is enabled. (Yes/No)
IP Address
Displays the IP Address.
Subnet Mask
Displays the Subnet Mask.
Default Gateway
Displays the IP Address of the Default Gateway.
DNS
DNS
Displays whether the DNS client function is enabled. (Yes/No)
Host Name
Displays the Host Name.
Domain Name
Displays the Domain Name.
DNS Server 1 IP
Displays the IP Address of the primary DNS server.
DNS Server 2 IP
Displays the IP Address of the secondary DNS server.
WINS
WINS Server 1 IP
Displays the IP Address of the primary WINS server.
WINS Server 2 IP
Displays the IP Address of the secondary WINS server.
Scope ID
Displays the NetBIOS Scope ID.
IP Filtering
IP Filtering
Displays whether the IP filtering function setting is On/Off.
Mode
Displays whether the IP filtering mode setting is set to Deny / Allow.
Filter 1
Displays the IP Address range (Starting and Ending IP Address) for filters 1.
Filter 2
Displays the IP Address range (Starting and Ending IP Address) for filters 2.
Filter 3
Displays the IP Address range (Starting and Ending IP Address) for filters 3.
Filter 4
Displays the IP Address range (Starting and Ending IP Address) for filters 4.
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Network Menu
SMB Screen
The SMB tab screen displays the SMB settings for the device.
Item
Description
SMB
Displays whether the SMB function setting is On/Off.
Browse Master
Displays whether the device is Browse Master is On/Off.
Device Name
Displays the Device Name.
Workgroup Name
Displays the Workgroup Name.
Comment
Displays the Comment.
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NetWare Tab Screen
The NetWare tab screen displays the NetWare settings for the device.
NetWare Tab
Screen 1/2
NetWare Tab
Screen 2/2
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Item
Description
1. NetWare
NetWare
Displays whether the NetWare function setting is On/Off.
Operation Mode
Displays whether the operation mode is configured to Print Server/Remote Printer.
Frame Type
Defined
Displays the frame type setup in the Network Configuration menu.
Selected
Displays the frame type activated on the device.
Printer Name
Displays the printer name.
2. PSERVER Mode
Print Server Name
Displays the print server name.
Job Polling Interval
Displays the job polling time interval is seconds.
Bindery Mode
Displays whether the bindery mode setting is On/Off.
File Server Name 1 Displays the names of file server 1.
File Server Name 2 Displays the names of file server 2.
File Server Name 3 Displays the names of file server 3.
File Server Name 4 Displays the names of file server 4.
File Server Name 5 Displays the names of file server 5.
File Server Name 6 Displays the names of file server 6.
File Server Name 7 Displays the names of file server 7.
File Server Name 8 Displays the names of file server 8.
NDS
Tree
Displays the NDS tree name.
Context
Displays the NDS context.
Print Server Name 1
Displays the names of print server 1.
Print Server Name 2
Displays the names of print server 2.
Print Server Name 3
Displays the names of print server 3.
Print Server Name 4
Displays the names of print server 4.
Print Server Name 5
Displays the names of print server 5.
Print Server Name 6
Displays the names of print server 6.
Print Server Name 7
Displays the names of print server 7.
Print Server Name 8
Displays the names of print server 8.
Job Timeout
Displays the job timeout setting.
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SNMP Tab Screen
The SNMP tab screen displays the SNMP settings for the device.
Item
Description
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1. SNMP
SysContact
Displays the MIB2 SysContact.
SysName
Displays the MIB2 SysName.
SysLocation
Displays the MIB2 SysLocation.
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EMAIL Tab Screen
The EMAIL tab screen displays Email function settings for the device.
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Item
Description
1. EMAIL
EMAIL Address
Email Address
SMTP
SMTP Server Name
Displays the SMTP server name or IP address.
SMTP Port Number
Displays the SMTP port number (default = 25).
SMTP Authentication
Displays whether the SMTP authentication setting is set to Valid / Invalid.
SMTP User Name
Displays the SMTP authentication user name.
POP Before SMTP
Displays whether the POP Before SMTP function is set to Valid / Invalid.
POP
POP Server Name
Displays the POP3 server name or IP address.
POP Port Number
Displays the POP3 port number (default = 110).
POP User Name
Displays the POP3 user name.
APOP Authentication
Displays whether the APOP authentication setting is set to Valid / Invalid.
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AppleTalk Tab Screen
The AppleTalk tab screen displays the AppleTalk settings for the device.
Item
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Note:
This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option is installed on the device.
Description
1. AppleTalk
AppleTalk
Displays whether the AppleTalk function setting is set to On/Off.
Zone Name
Displays the zone name.
Type Name
Displays the type name ("LaserWriter").
Printer Name
Displays the printer name.
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Rendezvous Tab Screen
The Rendezvous tab screen displays the Rendezvous setting for the device.
Note:
This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option is installed on the device.
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Item
Description
1. Rendezvous
Rendezvous
Displays whether the Rendezvous function setting is set to On/Off.
Rendezvous Name
Displays the Rendezvous name.
Network Address
Displays the IP address.
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IPv6 Tab Screen
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Item
Description
1. IPv6
IPv6 Protocol
Displays whether the IPv6 function in enabled. (On/Off)
Auto Configuration (Accept RA) Displays whether to accept Router Advertisement. (On/Off)
Link-Local Address
Displays the link-local address.
IPv6 Address
Displays the Global or site-local address.
Default Router
Displays the IP address of the default router.
DNS Server 1 IP
Displays the IP address of the primary DNS server.
DNS Server 2 IP
Displays the IP address of the secondary DNS server.
IPv6 Filtering
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IPv6 Filtering
Displays whether the IPv6 filtering function setting is set to On/Off.
Mode
Displays whether the IPv6 filtering mode setting is set to Allow/Deny.
Filter 1
Displays the prefix and length format for filters 1.
Filter 2
Displays the prefix and length format for filters 2.
Filter 3
Displays the prefix and length format for filters 3.
Filter 4
Displays the prefix and length format for filters 4.
Device Configuration Menu
Clicking the Device Configuration menu item displays the Tray tab screen for Device Configuration. The
Device Configuration menu item is used to configure the device settings.
Clicking the tab menu switches between display screens.
Clicking the
Reload
button refreshes the screen with the latest data.
Clicking the
Submit
button sends the new settings to the device.
Note:
A user name and password are required to open the Device Configuration menu page.
The values set or modified via the Device Configuration menu can be viewed using the Device menu. See "Device
Menu" on page 24.
Tray Tab Screen
The Tray tab screen is used to configure the tray attributes, such as the default tray, media type, and paper size
in each tray.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, and then click the
settings.
Submit
button to apply the new
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Item
Description
1. Tray
Paper Source
Selects the default tray.
2. Media Type
Bypass
Selects the media type for the Bypass tray.
Tray 1
Selects the media type for Tray 1.
Tray 2
Selects the media type for Tray 2.
Tray 3
Selects the media type for Tray 3.
Tray 4
Selects the media type for Tray 4.
3. Paper Size
Bypass
Selects the paper size for the Bypass tray.
Tray 1
Selects the paper size for Tray 1.
Tray 2
Selects the paper size for Tray 2.
Tray 3
Selects the paper size for Tray 3.
Tray 4
Selects the paper size for Tray 4.
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Device Configuration Menu
Print Tab Screen
The Print tab screen sets printing parameters and custom paper sizes for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter the settings directly into the input fields.
Submit
button to apply the new settings.
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Item
Description
1. Print
Number of Prints
Selects the number of copies to print.
Paper Size
Selects the paper size.
2-Sided Print
Selects whether to set the duplex print to On or Off.
Bind Edge
Selects the binding edge.
Mutual A4/Letter
Selects whether the "Mutual A4/Letter" setting is set to On or Off.
If this parameter is set to On, Letter size original is printed on A4 size paper when
Letter size paper runs out. Furthermore, A4 size original is printed on Letter size
when A4 size paper runs out.
Page Protection
Selects whether the page protection setting is set to On or Off.
Toner Save
Selects whether the toner save setting is On or Off.
Resolution
Selects the resolution.
Job Completion Time Selects the job completion time.
Spool Function
Selects whether the Print Job Spool function is set to On or Off. (For HDD option)
Text Print
Selects whether the Text File Print function is set to On or Off.
Print Queue Delete
Selects whether to require the Key Operator password when deleting the print queue.
Error Page Print
Selects whether to print an error warning message when detecting an error, On or Off.
Mono Page Detect
Selects whether to detect the monochrome page automatically, On or Off.
2. Custom Paper Setting
Custom Size Unit
Selects the unit of measurement (mm / inch) for the custom size setting.
Custom X Size
Enters the horizontal size for the custom paper.
Custom Y Size
Enters the vertical size for the custom paper.
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Device Configuration Menu
System Tab Screen
The System tab screen is used to configure the settings of the Power Save Mode and/or Sleep Mode.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter them into the input fields.
Submit
button to apply the new settings.
Item
Description
1. System
Power Save
Selects whether to use Power Save Mode only, or both Power Save Mode and
Sleep Mode.
Power Save Mode Timer Selects the timer setting for the Power Save Mode.
Sleep Mode Timer
Selects the timer setting for the Sleep Mode.
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PCL Tab Screen
The PCL tab screen is used to configure the PCL (Printer Control Language) settings for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter them into the input fields.
Click the
Submit
button to apply the new settings.
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Item
Description
1. PCL
Wide A4
Specifies whether to enable the Wide A4 function
Print Direction
Selects the print direction.
Lines Per Page
Enters the number of lines per page.
Return Character
Selects the return character.
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Network Configuration Menu
Clicking the Network Configuration menu item displays the General tab screen for Network Configuration.
The Network Configuration menu is used to configure the network configuration for the device.
Clicking the tab menu switches between display screens.
Clicking the
Click the
Reload
Submit
button refreshes the screen with the latest data.
button to apply the new settings to the device.
Note:
A user name and password are required to open the Network Configuration menu page.
If you modify device settings using the Network Configuration menu, the following dialog box appears when you click
the
button.
Submit
You must restart the device to apply any changes made with the Network menu. The procedure for restarting the device
is described in "Restart Tab Screen" on page 74.
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General Tab Screen
The General tab screen is used to configure the ethernet settings for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, and then click the
settings.
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Item
Submit
button to apply the new
Description
1. General
MAC Address
Displays the device's MAC address.
Link Speed & Duplex
Selects whether the negotiation mode setting is set to Auto or a fixed rate.
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TCP/IP Tab Screen
The TCP/IP tab screen sets the TCP/IP settings for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter the settings directly into the input fields.
Click the
Edit
Submit
buttons for DNS, WINS, or IP Filtering opens an edit screen.
button to apply the new settings.
Item
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Clicking the
Description
1. TCP/IP
DHCP Default
Selects whether to use the DHCP client function is set to Yes / No.
IP Address
Specifies the IP address if the DHCP Default setting is set to No.
Subnet Mask
Specifies the Subnet Mask if the DHCP Default setting is set to No.
Default Gateway
Specifies the IP Address of the Default Gateway if the DHCP Default setting is set to No.
DNS
Clicking the
Edit
button opens the DNS edit screen.
WINS
Clicking the
Edit
button opens the WINS edit screen.
IP Filtering
Clicking the
Edit
button opens the IP Filtering edit screen.
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TCP/IP - DNS Edit Screen
Clicking the DNS
Click the
Submit
Clicking the
Back
button in the TCP/IP tab screen opens the DNS edit screen.
button to apply the new settings.
Edit
button when you have finished returns you to the TCP/IP tab screen.
Note:
It is possible to set DNS Server for IPv4 and IPv6, each up to 2 devices. However, DNS Servers can only be connected
up to 3 devices in total. DNS Servers set for IPv6 will be given priority.
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Item
Description
DNS
DNS
Specifies whether to use the DNS client function is set to Yes / No. (The following
fields can only be setup when the DNS setting is set to Yes.)
Host Name
Enters the host name (up to 60 characters).
Domain Name
Enters the domain name (up to 50 characters).
DNS Server 1 IP
Enters the IP address of the primary DNS server.
DNS Server 2 IP
Enters the IP address of the secondary DNS server.
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TCP/IP - WINS Edit Screen
Clicking the WINS
Submit
Clicking the
button in the TCP/IP tab screen opens the WINS edit screen.
button to apply the new settings.
Back
Item
button when you have finished returns you to the TCP/IP tab screen.
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Click the
Edit
Description
WINS
WINS Server 1 IP
Enters the address of the primary WINS server.
WINS Server 2 IP
Enters the address of the secondary WINS server.
Scope ID
Enters the NetBIOS scope ID (up to 223 characters).
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Network Configuration Menu
TCP/IP - IP Filtering Edit Screen
Clicking the IP Filtering
button in the TCP/IP tab screen opens the IP Filtering edit screen.
Edit
Click the
button to apply the new settings.
Submit
Clicking the
Back
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Item
button when you have finished returns you to the TCP/IP tab screen.
Description
IP Filtering
IP Filtering
Selects whether the IP filtering function is set to On or Off. (The following fields
can only be setup when the IP Filtering setting is set to On.)
Mode
Selects whether to use the IP filtering mode setting is set to Deny / Allow.
Filter 1 to Filter 4
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Start Address
Selects the start IP Addresses for filters 1 to 4.
End Address
Selects the end IP Addresses for filters 1 to 4.
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SMB Tab Screen
The SMB tab screen sets up SMB for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter directly into the input fields.
Submit
button to apply the new settings.
Item
Description
1. SMB
SMB
Selects whether the SMB function setting is set to On or Off. (The following fields
can only be setup when the SMB setting is On.)
Browse Master
Selects whether the device is Browse Master.
Device Name
Enters the device name (up to 15 characters).
Workgroup Name
Enters the workgroup name (up to 15 characters).
Comment
Enters a comment if required (up to 48 characters).
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NetWare Tab Screen
The NetWare tab screen is used to configure the NetWare settings for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter them directly into the input fields.
Clicking the
Click the
Edit
Submit
NetWare Tab
Screen 1/2
NetWare Tab
Screen 2/2
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button for File Server Name, or Print Server Name opens an edit screen.
button to apply the new settings.
Item
Description
1. NetWare
NetWare
Selects whether the NetWare function setting is set to On or Off. (The following
fields can only be setup when the NetWare setting is set to On).
Operation Mode
Sets whether the operation mode is configured to Print Server / Remote Printer.
If you select PSERVER (print server mode), enter the PSERVER Mode fields. If
you select RPRINTER (remote printer mode), enter the RPRINTER Mode fields.
Frame Type
Selects the frame type.
Printer Name
Enters the printer name (up to 31 characters).
2. PSERVER Mode
(Can only be modified when the operation mode is set to PSERVER.)
Print Server Name
Enters the print server name (up to 31 characters).
PSERVER Password
Enters the print server password (up to 31 characters).
Job Polling Interval
Enters the job polling interval in seconds.
Bindery Mode
Selects whether the bindery mode setting is set to On or Off.
File Server Name
If Bindery Mode is set to On, clicking the
Server Name edit screen.
Edit
button opens the File
NDS
Tree
Enters the NDS tree name (up to 31 characters).
Context
Enters the NDS context (up to 77 characters).
(Can only be modified when the operation mode is set to RPRINTER.)
Print Server Name
Clicking the
Job Timeout
Enters the job timeout in seconds.
Edit
button opens the Print Server Name edit screen.
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NetWare - File Server Name Edit Screen
If Bindery Mode is set to On in the NetWare tab screen, clicking the File Server Name
Edit
opens the File Server Name edit screen. Click the
button to apply the new settings.
Submit
Clicking the
Back
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File Server Name 1 - 8
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button returns you to the NetWare tab screen.
Description
Enters the names for file servers 1 - 8 (up to 31 characters).
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NetWare - Print Server Name Edit Screen
If the Operation Mode in the NetWare tab screen is set to RPRINTER, clicking the Print Server Name
Edit
button opens the Print Server Name edit screen. Click the
Submit
button to apply the new
settings.
Back
button returns you to the NetWare tab screen.
Item
Print Server Name 1 - 8
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Clicking the
Description
Enters the names of print servers 1 - 8 (up to 31 characters).
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SNMP Tab Screen
The SNMP tab screen is used to configure the SNMP for the device.
Configure the settings and then click the
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Item
Submit
button.
Description
1. SNMP
Community (Read Only)
Enters the read only community name (up to 15 characters). (The entered name
is not displayed with the correct character for the security purpose.)
Community (Read Write) Enters the read write community name (up to 15 characters). (The entered
name is not displayed with the correct character for the security purpose.)
SysContact
Enters the MIB2 SysContact (up to 31 characters).
SysName
Enters the MIB2 SysName (up to 31 characters).
SysLocation
Enters the MIB2 SysLocation (up to 31 characters).
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EMAIL Tab Screen
The EMAIL tab screen is used to configure the Email function for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter them directly into the input fields. Click the
Submit
button to apply the new settings.
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Item
Description
1. EMAIL
EMAIL Address
Enters the Email address (up to 60 characters).
SMTP
SMTP Server Name
Enters the SMTP server name or IP address (up to 60 characters).
SMTP Port Number
Enters the SMTP port number (5-digit integer between 1 and 65535).
SMTP Authentication
Specifies whether to use the SMTP authentication setting is set to Valid / Invalid.
SMTP User Name
If the SMTP authentication setting is set to Valid, enter the SMTP
authentication user name (up to 40 characters).
SMTP Password
If the SMTP authentication setting is set to Valid, enter the SMTP
authentication password (up to 10 characters). (The entered password is not
displayed with the correct character for the security purpose.)
POP Before SMTP
Specifies whether to use the POP before SMTP setting is set to Valid / Invalid.
POP
POP Server Name
Enters the POP server name or IP address (up to 60 characters).
POP Port Number
Enters the POP port number (5-digit integer between 1 and 65535).
POP User Name
Enters the POP user name (up to 40 characters).
POP Password
Enters the POP user password (up to 10 characters). (The entered password is
displayed as "
".)
APOP Authentication
Specifies whether to use the APOP authentication setting is set to Valid / Invalid.
Note:
The SMTP user name and password can only be setup if the SMTP authentication is set to Valid.
If the DNS setting is set to No in the TCP/IP Tab
DNS edit screen, the SMTP Server Name and POP Server Name
must be specified as IP Addresses. See "DNS Edit Screen" on page 58.
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AppleTalk Tab Screen
The AppleTalk tab screen is used to configure the AppleTalk settings for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop down lists, or enter them directly into the input fields.
Click the
Submit
button to apply the new settings.
Item
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Note:
This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option is installed on the device.
Description
1. AppleTalk
AppleTalk
Selects whether the AppleTalk function setting is set to On or Off.
Zone Name
Enters the zone name (up to 31 characters).
Printer Name
Enters the printer name (up to 31 characters).
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Rendezvous Tab Screen
The Rendezvous tab screen is used to configure the Rendezvous settings for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter them into the input fields.
Click the
Submit
button to apply the new settings.
Note:
This tab menu item is shown if the PostScript option is installed on the device.
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Item
Description
1. Rendezvous
Rendezvous
Selects whether the Rendezvous function setting is set to On or Off.
Rendezvous Name
Enters the Rendezvous name (up to 31 characters).
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IPv6 Tab Screen
The IPv6 tab screen is used to configure the IPv6 settings for the device.
Select the desired settings from the drop-down lists, or enter them directly into the input fields.
Clicking the IPv6 Filtering
Submit
button opens an edit screen.
button to apply the new settings.
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Item
Description
1. IPv6
IPv6 Protocol
Selects whether the IPv6 Protocol setting is set to On or Off. (The following fields
can only be setup if the IPv6 Protocol setting is set to On.)
Auto Configuration
(Accept RA)
Selects whether to accept Router Advertisement setting is set to On or Off.
Link-Local Address
Displays the link-local address.
IPv6 Address
If the Auto Configuration setting is set to Off, enter the IPv6 Address (4-digit
hexadecimal). (If the Configuration setting is set to On, the automatically allocated
IP Address is displayed.)
Default Router
If the Auto Configuration setting is set to Off, enter the Default Router Address
(4-digit hexadecimal). (If the Auto Configuration setting is set to On, the
automatically allocated Default Router Address is displayed.)
DNS Server 1 IP
Enters the IP Address for the primary DNS Server (4-digit hexadecimal).
DNS Server 2 IP
Enters the IP Address of the secondary DNS Server (4-digit hexadecimal).
IPv6 Filtering
Clicking the
Edit
button opens the IPv6 Filtering edit screen.
Note:
IPv6 is only available for the following functions;
Printer: LPR, IPP, Raw ports
Internet Fax
Scanner: Scan to HDD (Scanner Image Box), Scan to Email
It is possible to set DNS Server for IPv4 and IPv6, each up to 2 devices.
However, DNS Servers can only be connected up to 3 devices in total. DNS Servers set for IPv6 will be given priority.
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IPv6 - Filtering Edit Screen
Clicking the IPv6 Filtering
button in the IPv6 tab screen opens the IPv6 Filtering edit screen.
Edit
Click the
button to apply the new settings.
Submit
Back
button returns you to the IPv6 tab screen.
Item
Description
IPv6 Filtering
IPv6 Filtering
Selects whether the IPv6 Filtering function setting is set to On or Off. (The following
fields can only be setup if the IPv6 Filtering setting is set to On.)
Mode
If the IPv6 Filtering setting is set to On, select whether the filtering mode setting is set
to Allow / Deny.
Filter 1 to Filter 4
Prefix
Enters the prefix for filters 1 to 4.
Length
Enters the length (0 to 128) for filters 1 to 4.
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Clicking the
Network Configuration Menu
Restart Tab Screen
The Restart tab screen is used to restart the device and apply any changes to the settings.
If you modify the device settings on any of the Network Configuration tab screens, the following dialog box
appears when you click the
Submit
button.
When you have finished editing the Network Configuration settings, always restart the device to apply the new
settings.
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Clicking the
Yes
button restarts the device.
Note:
If you modify the device settings on any of the Network Configuration tab screens, the new settings are not applied
until the device is restarted.
You will not be able to connect to this device when it is restarting.
The Restart function may not work, if the device is executing any jobs or paper jam occurs.
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Change Password Tab Screen
A user name and password are required to access the Device Configuration, Network Configuration,
Language, and Links edit menu screens on the Embedded Web Page.
The Change Password tab screen are used to change the password for opening these edit menu screens.
Note:
The default password is "0000".
The user name (root) cannot be changed.
Enter the new password in the New Password, and in the Retype New Password fields, and then click the
button.
Embedded
Web Server
Submit
Item
Description
1. Change Password
New Password
Enters the new password for the Embedded Web Page (up to 7 characters).
(The entered password is not displayed with the correct character for the security
purpose.)
Retype New Password
Enters the same password again to confirm. (The entered password is not
displayed with the correct character for the security purpose.)
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Language Menu
Clicking the Language menu opens the Change Language screen. The Change Language screen is used to
select the language used on the Embedded Web Page.
Clicking the
Reload
button refreshes the screen with the latest data.
Select the desired language from the drop-down list, and then click the
Submit
Note:
A user name and password are required to open the Language menu page.
Change Language Screen
Embedded
Web Server
Item
Description
Change Language
Language
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Selects the desired language.
button.
Links Menu
Clicking the Links menu opens the Support Information screen.
The Support Information screen displays support information, such as, who to contact if a fault occurs, and
from whom to order replacement consumables.
Clicking an entered URL link opens the associated web site. You can also click the EMAIL field to send Email.
Embedded
Web Server
Clicking the
button at the bottom of the screen opens an edit screen which you can use to add, or
Edit
modify the support information.
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Links Menu
Support Information Edit Screen
Clicking the
button at the bottom of the Support Information screen opens the Support
Edit
Information edit screen. You can register up to four support information entries.
Click the
Submit
Clicking the
Back
button to apply the new settings.
button when you have finished returns you to the Support Information screen.
Note:
A user name and password are required to open the Support Information edit screen.
Embedded
Web Server
Item
Description
Support Information Support Information 1 to Support Information 4
Description
Enters a description such as the company name (up to 64 characters).
EMAIL
Enters the Email address of the support company, or similar information
(up to 60 characters).
URL
Enters the URL for the support company, or similar information (up to 128 characters).
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Scanner Image Box Menu
If a Network Scanner option and HDD are installed on the device, you can view, or save the JPEG, PDF, or
TIFF scanner image box(es) content into a file. You can also click the
Delete
button to remove the files.
Select Box Screen
Click on the desired Select Box name in the list to open the Select File screen to show all the files contained in
the box.
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Embedded
Web Server
Clicking the Scanner Image Box menu item opens the scanner image box list in the Select Box screen (up to
12 boxes). The number of files stored in the box is shown on the Total field.
Scanner Image Box Menu
Select File Screen
The Select Box screen lists the files in the selected box. The information in the list includes the file size and the
last modified date.
Clicking the
Back
button when you have finished returns you to the Select Box screen.
Embedded
Web Server
Item
Description
Name
The file name is displayed with an icon indicating the file type.
Last Modified
Displays the date when the file was saved in the scanner image box.
Size
Displays the file size.
Delete
Clicking the
Delete
button deletes the file.
You can perform the following operations on the file selected in the Select File screen.
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View File
Clicking a file name selects the file and opens a browser to display the file contents.
Note:
The operation depends on the type of file, the browser and the OS you are using.
Acrobat Reader must be installed to view PDF files.
Save File
Right click on a file and select "Save Target As..." from the right-click menu to save the file.
Delete File
You can delete files from a box.
Delete
delete the file. Click
button on the right of the list opens a dialog box asking you to confirm whether to
Yes
to delete it.
Embedded
Web Server
Clicking the
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Troubleshooting
This section describes potential problems, and corrective actions as well as the system requirements.
Problem
Any texts are not shown on the
Embedded Web Page.
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Corrective action
Specify the IP Address of the machine to be allowed using cookies on your
Web Browser.
In case of Internet Explore 6.xx, select Tools
Internet Options
Security and click the Custom Level button. Specify whether the
Scripting
Active scripting menu is set to Enable.
Appendix
Memo
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USA Only
WARRANTY
PANASONIC DIGITAL DOCUMENT COMPANY MAKES NO WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES OR
REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, TO THE CUSTOMER WITH RESPECT TO
THIS PANASONIC MACHINE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
PANASONIC DIGITAL DOCUMENT COMPANY ASSUMES NO RISK AND SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT
TO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS OF PROFITS SUSTAINED BY THE
CUSTOMER IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR APPLICATION OF THIS PANASONIC MACHINE. SEE
YOUR DEALER FOR DETAILS OF DEALER’S WARRANTY.
For Service, Call:
Panasonic Digital Document Company,
Unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America
Two Panasonic Way
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
http://www.panasonic.ca
For Customer Support (Except for
USA and Canada Users):
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
Fukuoka, Japan
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
T0305-4055
PJQMC0404ZE
May 2005
Published in Japan
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