SJ Auth-PX 5.0 Installation

SJ Auth-PX 5.0 Installation
Installing SecureJet™ Auth-PX
Users Authentication for hp printers and MFPs
SecureJet™ Auth-PX 5.0A
Proximity Badges Authentication
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Table of contents
1 - OVERVIEW ....................................................................................................5
2 - INSTALLING SECUREJET AUTH-PX ........................................................7
RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION PROCESS .............................................................7
TECHNICAL PRE-REQUISITES ................................................................................8
SECUREJET AUTH-PX AUTHENTICATION HARDWARE ...........................................9
PRINTERS NETWORK SETTINGS ..........................................................................10
SECUREJET AUTH-PX INSTALLATION ON COMPACTFLASH PRINTERS ..................11
On LJ4345mfp.............................................................................................12
On LJ 9500mfp ............................................................................................13
On LJ9040MFP/9050MFP/9040*/9050* .....................................................14
On LJ4250, 4350 .........................................................................................15
On 4650/5550..............................................................................................15
On 4650/5550..............................................................................................16
On LJ2410/2420/2430 .................................................................................17
On LJ 4700 & 4730mfp................................................................................17
SECUREJET AUTH-PX INSTALLATION ON DIMM PRINTERS .................................18
For LJ4100mfp, 4101mfp, 4200, 4300 (and all N/DN/DTN versions):...........19
For LJ3700, 4600, 5500, 9500 (and all N/DN/DTN versions) : .....................19
For LJ9000 and 9000mfp:............................................................................20
3- INSTALLATION OF FIRMWARE FILES...................................................21
4 – CONFIGURING SECUREJET AUTH-PX AUTHENTICATION .............23
5 – AUTHENTICATE FOR SECURE PRINTING (PRINTERS).....................23
6 – AUTHENTICATION FOR A MFP FUNCTION BUTTON........................24
EXAMPLE WITH SECUREJET AUTHENTICATING THE COPY BUTTON ON 4730MFP ...24
EXAMPLE WITH SECUREJET AUTHENTICATING COPY ON 4100MFP .......................26
EXAMPLE WITH SECUREJET AUTH AUTHENTICATING COPY ON 9000MFP .............28
7 – FRONT PANEL MESSAGES AND TROUBLESHOOTING .....................30
INFORMATION MESSAGES ..................................................................................30
ERROR MESSAGES .............................................................................................31
8 - WARRANTEE INFORMATION .................................................................34
HARDWARE WARRANTEE INFORMATION ............................................................34
FCC RULES – RADIO AND TV INTERFERENCE .....................................................34
SERVICE ...........................................................................................................35
HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................35
DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY ............................................................36
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1 - Overview
SecureJet is a set of modules for hp LaserJet printers and selected hp
LaserJet Multi-Function-Printers (hereafter referred to as MFP).
SecureJet modules are separated in three categories: SecureJet Auth,
SecureJet Print and SecureJet Track
SecureJet Auth modules:
On printers, SecureJet Authentication modules authenticate users for
the SecureJet Secure Printing module, to release their pending print
jobs.
On MFPs, SecureJet authentication provides ultimate security, better
usability and increased productivity by authenticating users with PIN
codes, proximity/magnetic/smartcard badges before granting access to
advanced MFP functions such as copy, color copy, email sending, fax,
SecureJet Secure Printing, hp Autostore, Scan to folder, DSS etc.
For emails, SecureJet even injects automatically the user email address
and names in the email FROM field for better security.
SecureJet Auth-PX: identification using proximity cards/badges
SecureJet Auth-FP: identification using PIN codes entered on the
MFP front panel
SecureJet Auth-SW: identification using magnetic swipe cards
SecureJet Auth-SC: identification using Jetmobile smartcards
SecureJet Auth-PXT: identification using PIN codes entered on an
external terminal connected to the singlefunction printer
SecureJet Auth-Fingerprint: identification using users fingers on a
state of the art biometrics sensor
This manual covers SecureJet Auth-PX.
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SecureJet Print-SMP module
SecureJet Print-SMP offers you ultimate printing security that encrypts
and secures the delivery of print jobs stored on the MFP hard disk or
on a Windows server equipped with SecureJet Print-PS. Users must
authenticate to access documents stored on the printer/MFP disk. Note
that this system is not using the printer native print job retention
mechanism.
Once the SecureJet hardware solution has been installed on the printer
and the appropriate driver on the PCs or servers, MS-Windows
applications offer to secure any printouts. The user can designate for
whom the print job is intended, and whether or not it should be
encrypted (for protection while travelling through the network), using
state-of-the-art high-security encryption before leaving the computer
of origin. Secure printing is also available from SAP R/3 and some
Unix systems.
SecureJet Print-PS module
Print jobs can be retained on a print server, using SecureJet Print-PS,
or directly on the target printer hard disk. Nothing further happens
until the designated person reclaims the print jobs by using their
personal card or entering their PIN code on the printer’s SecureJet
terminal. If the print job needs to be decrypted, this is done only while
printing, so that even data on the hard disk gets the maximum
protection.
SecureJet Track-TRP module
The SecureJet Tracking module tracks and logs a lot of information
about print/copy/ fax/email/scan jobs. SecureJet does not track the
content of the documents. Confidentiality of the content is maintained.
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2 - Installing SecureJet Auth-PX
In this section we will discuss the technical pre-requisites for using
SecureJet Auth-PX. We will then review the various elements of the
SecureJet product, and their uses for your configuration. Then we will
review the possible installations for your configuration.
Recommended installation process
Install and configure the printer/MFP
Install the SecureJet hardware
equipment on printer
Switch on the printer then copy the
SecureJet Auth-PX firmware file
to the printer/MFP
Initialize every printer with the
unique Admin PIN code and other
settings
Define users settings and card IDs
using the SecureJet Admin
Software (on info.jetmobile.com)
Test SecureJet
As support for new printers is regular, please visit
www.jetmobile.com for the latest support list.
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Technical pre-requisites
pre-requisites for the admin PC:
Operating Systems : Windows 2000/XP/2003.
pre-requisite for printers and MFPs:
Printers must be equipped with a JetDirect LAN card and must have
one DIMM/CF slot available for this solution. A FSA hard disk might
be mandatory on certain models (like MFPs) and is recommended for
all other models.
Minimum:
LJ2300
LJ2410/2420/2430
CLJ3700
LJ4100
LJ4100MFP
LJ4200/4300
LJ4250/4350
LJ4345MFP
CLJ4600
LJ4650
LJ4700
LJ4730MFP
CLJ5500
LJ5550
LJ9000MFP
LJ9040/9050
LJ9000
LJ9040MFP/LJ9050MFP
LJ9055MFP / 9065MFP
(secure printing only)
DS9200C (no printing)
CLJ9500
CLJ9500MFP
Firmware revision
04.050.2
08.109.2a or later
06.006.0
01.040.2
03.801.1
04.020.3
08.009.3a or later
09.051.6 or later
03.015.0
07.003.3
46.027.2
46.121.2 or later
04.020.3
07.007.3
03.801.1
08.102.2 or later
02.516.0
08.051.7 or later
Memory
128 MB
128MB
192MB
128 MB
192 MB
128MB
128MB
256 MB
128 MB
256MB
256MB
256MB
128MB
256MB
256 MB
128MB
128 MB
256 MB
07.001.0 or later
256 MB
09.032.0
05.007.1
08.051.7 or later
256 MB
256 MB
512 MB
Note: The printer or MFP must be connected to the LAN at boot time
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SecureJet Auth-PX Authentication hardware
Your SecureJet Auth-PX hardware consists of the following elements:
SecureJet proximity cards/badge reader
(Connects to the CompactFlash and power supply)
There is one reader per type of proximity card (HID, Mifare,
Legic, or Hitag). The cards read by the reader is indicated with a
mark below the reader on the compliance label:
110-240V, 50/60Hz Multi-voltage Power supply
Connects to the Adapter and one of the Y-shaped
female plugs.
Firmware + connection
CompactFlash or DIMM
Connects to the SecureJet reader and
contains the SecureJet firmware
Y-shaped power cable
To connect to the power supply and to the printer (female plugs), and to
the cable that originally was powering the printer
(male plug).
The installation kit also includes four gum feet to apply to the bottom
of the reader, a double sided adhesive removable tape to fix the reader
on the printer/MFP case (if needed), and two adhesive cable brackets
to route the reader cable from the back of the printer/MFP.
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Printers network settings
You must make sure that the DNS configured on printers equipped
with SecureJet is always active, otherwise technical problems are
likely to occur. If you have any doubt, please set the DNS address to
0:0:0:0. To set the DNS address, open the web-based printer
networking configuration.
DNS setting
Time and Email settings:
To be able to perform fully
print, email and copy jobs tracking,
the printer must be configured
with the correct time, and have
Email settings defined.
Please access the Time Services
and Email options of the Settings tab,
and fill all fields as detailed in
the MFP configuration manual.
Email settings
Time settings
The POP3 email fields must have a valid email login & password,
otherwise SecureJet won’t be able to email information.
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SecureJet Auth-PX installation on CompactFlash printers
Printer boards can easily be damaged by small amounts of static electricity.
When handling the board, frequently touch bare metal on the printer or wear
an antistatic wrist strap.
Avoid moving around the work area to prevent static electricity to be
generated.
Do not touch the printer board components, and handle the
CompactFlash carefully at all times.
WARNING:
Hazardous voltages are present in the printer. Never remove any
access cover or work near exposed electrical parts while power is
connected.
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Switch off the printer/MFP
Remove the power cable from the
printer/MFP
Connect the female plug on the badge
reader on the male plug on the
CompactFlash.
Remove the formatter board in the
back of the printer and install the
SecureJet CompactFlash in a free slot which must not be the SYSTEM
CODE slot”. System code slots are indicated as such on the printer
board.
Please refer to your HP LaserJet user manual for the solution CompactFlash
modules installation procedure.
Please verify from the CompactFlash label that the SecureJet CF you are
installing is compatible with your printer model.
You need to route the readers cables from the CompactFlash to the
reader. The way to do it depends on the printer model.
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On LJ4345mfp
Route the cable from the CF to the top right corner of
the formatter cage. The reader cable black node must
be inside the printer. Make a knot to the reader cable
just at the cable length with you want inside the
printer. That knot will prevent people from pulling on
the cable. Put back the formatter cage plastic cover.
Route the cable from the back of the formatter cage
to the front on the left side of the MFP using the two
plastic cable brackets.
Affix two of the removable adhesive tapes on the front
panel as shown on the picture, and the two matching
tapes on the back of the reader. Then put the reader
in place.
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On LJ 9500mfp
Route the cable
through the bottom
of the formatter cage
Hold the black node inside the right side of the formatter
cage while inserting the formatter on the rails. The cable
in the cage should route through from the CF to the back
of the board through the bottom of the formatter board.
The cable black node must be just next to the cage
opening, to protect the wiring against cable pulling.
Route the
cable through
the formatter
cage opening.
Cable connected to
the SecureJet CF
Affix the reader on
top of the MFP
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On LJ9040MFP/9050MFP/9040*/9050*
Route the cable
through the formatter
cage opening.
*On all hp9040/9050N/DN/DTN versions (Hard Disk required) :
Plug the cable plug on the
SecureJet CompactFlash
then insert that CF in the
bottom CF slot labelled J20
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On LJ4250, 4350
(and all N/DN/DTN versions) (Hard Drive required):
Route the reader cable tiny plug inside the
formatter cage through the larger hole at the
bottom right corner of the formatter door
Plug the cable plug
on the SecureJet
CompactFlash then
insert that CF in the
bottom CF slot
labelled J14
Route the cable to the
back of the printer
through the top of the
formatter cage
Close the door, keep the extra
wires length and make a knot
inside the cage in case someone
pulls on the cables.
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On 4650/5550
(and all N/DN/DTN versions) (Hard Drive required):
Connect the cable to the SecureJet CF then insert
the CF in the CF slot 3 on the formatter board
Hold the black node inside the right side of the formatter
cage while inserting the formatter on the rails. The cable
in the cage should route through from the DIMM to the
back of the board through the bottom of the formatter
board. The cable black node must be just next to the
cage opening, to protect the wiring against cable pulling.
Route the cable
through the
formatter cage
opening
Affix the reader on
top of the printer,
like on this picture.
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Connect the cable to the
SecureJet CF then insert the
CF in the CF slot J1 on the
formatter board
On LJ2410/2420/2430
(2 CompactFlash required):
Insert the other CF in the CF
slot J2 on the formatter
board.
On LJ 4700 & 4730mfp
(The EIO slot must be available):
Connect the cable to the
SecureJet CF then insert the
CF in the CF slot P3 on the
formatter board
Install the provided EIO
plate to route the SecureJet
reader cable out
Install the SecureJet reader on top of the
4730mfp using the adhesive tape & brackets
On LJ4700 the reader can be affixed on the
front right or back right corners.
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SecureJet Auth-PX installation on DIMM printers
Protecting the DIMM and printer Board
DIMM boards can easily be damaged by small amounts of static electricity.
To remove any static electricity from your body touch the surface of the
antistatic package before removing the board from its package. When
handling the board, frequently touch bare metal on the printer or the antistatic
bag or wear an antistatic wrist strap.
Avoid moving around the work area to prevent static electricity to be generated.
Do not touch the DIMM components, and handle the DIMM carefully at all
times.
CAUTION:
When removing the DIMM board from the antistatic bag, do not touch the
metal traces on the board.
WARNING:
Hazardous voltages are present in the printer. Never remove any
access cover or work near exposed electrical parts while power is
connected.
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Switch off the printer/MFP
Remove the power cable from the
printer/MFP
The connector on the badge reader
cable has 6 connections. The
connector on the DIMM has only 4
connections. Connect the reader to the
DIMM so that the first four wires of
the reader connector are connected (as
shown in the picture). The reader or
DIMM won’t suffer if you make a mistake.
Remove the formatter board in the back of the printer and install the
SecureJet DIMM in a free slot
The SecureJet DIMM board has to be installed exactly like a RAM DIMM
board. Please refer to your HP LaserJet user manual for the RAM DIMM
modules installation procedure. Please verify from the DIMM label that the
SecureJet DIMM you are installing is compatible with your printer model.
You need to route the readers cables from the DIMM to the reader.
The way to do it depends on the printer model.
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For LJ4100mfp, 4101mfp, 4200, 4300 (and all N/DN/DTN
versions):
Route the cable to the
back of the printer
through the top of the
formatter cage
Route the cable out of the
formatter cage through the
top left corner of the door
Keep the extra wires
length and the black node
inside the cage in case
someone pulls on the
cables.
Affix the reader on top of the
printer, like on the 4100mfp
or 4101mfp on this picture.
For LJ3700, 4600, 5500, 9500 (and all N/DN/DTN versions) :
Route the cable
through the bottom
of the formatter cage
Cable connected to
the SecureJet DIMM
Hold the black node inside the right side of the formatter
cage while inserting the formatter on the rails. The cable
in the cage should route through from the DIMM to the
back of the board through the bottom of the formatter
board. The cable black node must be just next to the
cage opening, to protect the wiring against cable pulling.
Route the
cable through
the formatter
cage opening.
Affix the reader
on top of the
printer, like on
the LJ5500 on
this picture.
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For LJ9000 and 9000mfp:
Route the cable from the DIMM to the bottom of the
formatter. The reader cable black node must be
outside of the printer. Make a knot to the reader cable
just at the cable length with you want inside the
printer. That knot will prevent people from pulling on
the cable. Leave at least 10cm (4 inches) between
the knot and the black node to that you can easily
route the reader cable out of the formatter cage.
Knot to make inside
the formatter cage
Reader cable black
node outside the
formatter cage
The reader cable must go
through the small cage hole
8mm (1/3 “) from the bottom
of the formatter back. The
cable should not be crushed
For the 9000mfp, affix
the reader on the front
panel, on the right or
left side as wanted.
On LJ9000 you can
affix the reader on top.
Left side
Right side
On the 9000mfp, when the reader is affixed
on the left side of the front panel, route the
cable below the scanner output tray and affix
the cable using the plastic adhesive clips
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Installation process (continuing):
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Connect the reader power plug to the power
supply plug
Connect the power supply to the Y-shaped
power cable
Connect the two other plugs of the Y-shaped
power cable to the cable that originally was powering the printer and to the
printer. When you do so, the SecureJet Auth-PX reader LED briefly flashes.
Switch on the printer
3- Installation of firmware files
Your DIMM or CF Card already contains the SecureJet firmware. In
case you need to reinstall the latest SecureJet firmware files on the
SecureJet CompactFlash card or hard disk, those files are on the
Jetmobile web site, to make sure you always get the latest version.
Please note that beyond 90 days you must have a valid
maintenance contract to perform such upgrades.
Connect to http://www.jetmobile.com/infocenter
Click on Public information center then SecureJet (end-users) then
Firmware files then SecureJet-5.0.
This folder contains the firmware files to download to the printer
disks. Those files are compressed as ZIP files and must be
decompressed (they then have .PJL or RFU extensions).
Downloading the PJL/FRU file using the parallel port:
Connect to the printer using a parallel cable and send the file to the
printer using the following command:
Copy /b <filename> LPT1
Where <filename> is the name of the firmware PJL/RFU file.
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Downloading the PJL/RFU file using the JetDirect LAN card:
Open a FTP client. Under Windows 2003 Server, 2000 and XP, access
a DOS command line and type:
ftp <printerIPaddress>
where <printerIPaddress> is the IP address of the printer.
When prompted for login and password, just press enter, you are then
connected.
To send the file to the printer, type “bi” followed by the ENTER key .
Then type put <filename> followed by the ENTER key.
where <filename> is the name of the firmware file to send to the
printer.
Downloading the PJL/RFU file using the JetSpool utility:
Download the free JetSpool utility from the Jetmobile web site. This
tool allows you to select a Windows printer and send a file.
Some warning/error messages about disk errors may show up during
the download, please just ignore them.
Once the file is copied it self-installs and restarts automatically the
printer two or more time.
After the last reboot you may verify if SecureJet is installed:
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Print a configuration page from the printer front panel. SecureJet should
be listed as an active application on the left part of the first configuration
page.
· Access the printer web page (with the 3 or 4 tabs: Information, Settings,
Digital Sending, Networking). If those 4 tabs don’t show up, wait a few
minutes. If they still don’t show up, verify that your printer is LAN
connected and that the DNS setting is valid and responding. If you make
any fix, reboot the printer.
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Click on the Settings tab. Verify that you see a “SecureJet” option on the
left side menu. If SecureJet does not show up, verify that your printer has
enough memory and that the minimum firmware level requirement is
met. You may need to reinstall SecureJet if all minimum requirements
are met.
When SecureJet is installed it relies on the printer web page security.
Please make sure you changed the default password to your own.
Note: Printer firmware updates might uninstall SecureJet and its files
so we strongly recommend to switch off the printer and remove any
SecureJet media from it before switching it back on and performing
the printer firmware update.
4 – Configuring SecureJet Auth-PX authentication
To configure SecureJet Auth-PX and activate the authentication for the
various MFP functions (copy, fax, email, secure printing…) please
refer to the SecureJet configuration guide. This manual, common to
all SecureJet products, covers the loading of users list and
configuration of options on SecureJet.
SecureJet must have been correctly configured with a list of users and
badges or a live Active Directory authentication to perform all
following tests.
5 – Authenticate for secure printing (printers)
Reach the printer, and show your badge to the reader, at a distance up
to 3 cm. The printer looks on its hard drive and on remote servers for
your jobs, and releases them.
Please refer to the SecureJet “Secure Printing” manual for more
information.
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6 – Authentication for a MFP function button
Function buttons allow to make copies, fax, emails, SecureJet Secure
Printing, scan to folder etc. The function button must have been linked
to the SecureJet authentication using hp Web JetAdmin, the printer
configuration web page or the SecureJet Admin Software.
Example with SecureJet authenticating the copy button on 4730mfp
The hp LaserJet 4730mfp is working in a manner similar to the
LJ4345mfp, 9040mfp, 9050mfp, 9500mfp and Digital Sender 9200C.
Reach the MFP, press the “COPY” button to make a copy and put
some pages in the document feeder. The SecureJet authentication
screen or message shows up, requesting to show the badge.
After the beep, show your badge to the reader, at a distance up to 3 cm.
The reader beeps and the confirmation screen shows up, with the card
ID appearing in the ID field as *****.
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If no card is shown to the reader the above screen shows up with no ID
code. The user can then enter manually his ID (badge number, PIN
code) in case he forgot his badge at home. This is done by pressing on
the
. A new screen shows up, in which the ID can
be entered (decimal value only, no hexadecimal values).
Note: This screen can be skipped by activating the “no billing code” in
the SecureJet configuration. That allows to make a shortcut and
directly access the function upon card reading.
Press the OK button in that screen to validate the entry and go back to
the main screen.
If you wish to enter a billing code, press the “Allocation Code”
button. A new screen appears, in which you can enter the billing code.
Press the OK button in that screen to validate the entry.
You are now authenticated, the copy screen shows up.
If the ID code is invalid, the following error messages shows up:
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Example with SecureJet authenticating copy on 4100mfp
Reach the MFP to make a copy and put some pages in the document
feeder. The following display greets you:
As indicated on the top line of the screen, press the largest button
(the Start button) to login into SecureJet.
The following screen appears:
Show your badge to the reader,
at a distance up to 5cm.
The reader beeps and the
following screen show up:
The card ID appears in the ID:
field. If no card is shown to the reader that screen will show up with
no ID code. Users can then enter manually their badge ID in case they
have forgotten their badge at home.
Enter any appropriate billing code if required in the “Allocation
Code:” field. The cursor is moved from one field to the other and one
button to the other using the navigation keys on the right side of the
display. If there are more fields available than can fit on the display,
the list automatically scrolls. The active field/button has a thick
border.
Data can be typed either by using the keyboard and/or the numeric
keypad.
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Navigate through fields and
validate entry
SecureJet
display
Enter billing code
Start button
Reset button
The entry must be validated by putting the cursor on a button on the
right side of the screen, then by pressing the green button next to the
navigation arrows.
In the current case, launch the copy job by selecting the
button on the display. The copy is performed as your card ID is
authenticated.
If the card ID is invalid, the copy is denied.
Note: If you are not using secure printing you can shorten the
authentication to the minimum by activating the
and the
options in the SecureJet configuration.
Upon reading a valid badge the copy or digital sending is instantly
authorized.
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Example with SecureJet Auth authenticating copy on 9000mfp
Reach the MFP to make a copy and put some pages in the document
feeder. As indicated on the top line of the screen, press the largest
button (the Start button) to login into SecureJet.
The following screen appears:
Show your badge to the reader, at a distance up to 5cm.
The reader beeps and the following screen shows up:
The card ID appears in the ID: field. If no card is shown to the reader
that screen will show up with no ID code. Users can then enter
manually their badge ID in case they have forgotten their badge at
home. This is done by pressing on the
. A new
screen appears, in which you can enter your badge ID (decimal value
only, no hexadecimal values).
Press the OK button in that screen to validate the entry and go back to
the main screen.
If you wish to enter a billing code, press the “Billing Code” button.
A new screen appears, in which you can enter the billing code. Press
the OK button in that screen to validate the entry.
Enter the data using the pop-up keyboard then press the OK button.
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SecureJet
display
Press button to
enter billing code
Reset button
Start button
Press action buttons after
having entering the PIN
code
button on the
Launch the copy job by selecting the
display and pressing the green button.
If the Copy button text is enclosed between < >, this means the
Copy control has been deactivated in the SecureJet configuration.
You may press it to use it without entering any ID value.
The copy is performed as your card ID is authenticated.
If the card ID is invalid, the copy is denied.
Note: If you are not using secure printing you can shorten the
authentication to the minimum by activating the
and the
options in the SecureJet configuration.
Upon reading a valid badge the copy or digital sending is instantly
authorized.
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7 – Front panel messages and troubleshooting
When using SecureJet you will encounter some information messages
on the printer/MFP display. Those messages may appear in the
language selected on the configuration page.
Information messages
Please show your badge
CAUSE
SOLUTION
You tried to make a copy without logging-in.
Log into SecureJet by showing your badge
Invalid ID, X try left.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The supplied card ID is not valid. You have X try left before
locking the login for an admin-defined delay.
show a valid card
Use only digits for card ID.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The card ID entered had non-digit characters
Show your badge or Enter your card ID (digits only). Make
sure any hexadecimal card ID is converted to decimal value
and has no more than 9 digits.
Login denied for X s.
Where X has any value between 1 and 99
CAUSE
The user has entered too many wrong ID codes and the login
locked-up to prevent ID code scanning.
SOLUTION
Please wait until the lockout time is over (delay defined by
the admin) and enter a valid card ID.
SecureJet initializing. Please try later.
CAUSE
SecureJet is starting after the printer boot and the Chai service
of the printer/MFP is not yet running.
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SOLUTION Please wait until the printer web server starts. If it does
not start, please verify the DNS and RAM settings, and
set the DNS to “0.0.0.0”.
Retrieving from Printer.
CAUSE
SecureJet retrieved the user or department jobs from the printer
hard disk
Solution
N/A
Retrieving from server X.
CAUSE
SecureJet retrieves the user or department jobs from the
SecureJet PS print server number X (1 to 5)
Solution
N/A
Retrieving from your server.
CAUSE
SecureJet retrieves the user or department jobs from the
SecureJet PS print server hosting your account.
Solution
N/A
ID update in progress. Try Later.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
A badges list is currently being uploaded to the
printer.
Please wait for the end of the list upload.
Error messages
NO ID UPDATE. CONTACT ADMIN
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The printer has not been initialized with a badges list.
Use the SecureJet Admin Software to send a valid list to the
printer (please read chapter 7).
Corrupted IDs list. Contact Admin.
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CAUSE
SOLUTION
The list of users and IDs is corrupted.
Please contact the administrator.
Chosen language not available
CAUSE
SOLUTION
SecureJet is not active in the printer
Print the printer configuration pages and verify that the
SecureJet
application
is
active.
SJ system error(sync). Please Reboot.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
An internal synchronization process failed
Reboot the printer
SJ print request failed.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
SecureJet could not release a stored job
Retry the process or delete the job
Hard disk operation failed.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
A hard disk read/write operation failed.
The disk might need a reformatting, or might be defective.
SJ failed to post AUTH request
CAUSE
SOLUTION
An internal Communication process failed.
Please verify if the LAN is alive at the printer, and if you can
access the printer internal configuration WEB page (note: the
paged with 3 tabs).
SJ IP connexion failed (SC).
CAUSE
SOLUTION
SecureJet could not establish an IP connection.
Please verify if the LAN is alive at the printer, and if you can
access the printer internal configuration WEB page (note: this
is not the JetDirect web page).
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Server X does not respond.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The SecureJet PS server hosting your jobs does not answer
requests.
Verify the network and the SecureJet PS status.
SJ out of memory. Please reboot
CAUSE
SOLUTION
SecureJet could not get enough memory from the printer.
Reboot the printer or add memory to the printer if required.
SJ read error from server.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
A hard disk read/write operation failed.
The disk might need a reformatting, or might be defective.
SJ invalid PS server..
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Identification process between a SecureJet-PS server and
SecureJet Auth-PX failed.
Verify the SecureJet-PS IP addresses, and the compatibility
between the versions of SecureJet-PS and SecureJet Auth-PX.
DEPT does not exist on servers.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
SecureJet could not find any jobs for the department on any
SecureJet-PS server
N/A.
USER does not exist on servers.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
SecureJet could not find any jobs for the user on any
SecureJet-PS server
N/A.
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8 - Warrantee information
Hardware warrantee information
Jetmobile warrants all SecureJet components to be
free from defects, and will—at our option—repair or replace the
product should it fail within one year from the first date of shipment.
This warranty is limited to defects in workmanship or materials, and
does not cover customer damage, abuse or unauthorized modification.
If this product fails or does not perform as warranted, your sole
recourse shall be repair or replacement as described above. Under no
condition shall Jetmobile be liable for any damages incurred
by the use of this product. These damages include, but are not limited
to, the following: lost profits, lost savings and incidental or
consequential damages arising from the use of or inability to use this
product. Jetmobile specifically disclaims all other warranties,
expressed or implied, and the installation or use of this product shall
be deemed an acceptance of these terms by the user.
FCC rules – radio and TV interference
SecureJet generates and uses radio frequency energy, and if
not installed and used properly—that is, in strict accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions—may cause interference to radio and
television reception. SecureJet has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance
with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection from such interference in a
commercial installation. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If SecureJet
does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by disconnecting the Adapter from all its plugs, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures: moving the computing equipment away from the
receiver, re-orienting the receiving antenna and/or plugging the
receiving equipment into a different AC outlet (such that the
computing equipment and receiver are on different branches).
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Service
All warranty and out-of-warranty repairs must be returned freight
prepaid and insured to Jetmobile. All returns must have a
Return Materials Authorization number on the outside of the shipping
container. This number may be obtained from Jetmobile Technical
Support at support@jetmobile.com.
Note: Packages received without an RMA number will not be
accepted.
Jetmobile distributors are also available to answer any
questions that might arise concerning the installation or use of your
SecureJet.
Hardware specifications
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Typical maximum read range: up to 3 inches (7.5 cm)
Dimensions (mm): 115 H x 80 W x 24 D
Material of housing: ABS
Supply voltage 9-12 VDC, current 100 mA
Operating temperature: -31°F to 113°F (-35°C to 45°C)
Operating humidity: 0-95% relative humidity non-condensing.
Weight: 180 g
Operating frequency:
125 kHz (HID Prox, Hitag, EM-Marin)
13.56 MHz (Mifare, DESfire, ISO 15693,
ISO 14443A/B, Legic, HID iClass)
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DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
We,
Jetmobile SAS
89 rue du Gouv General Eboue
92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux
France
declare under our sole responsibility that the products
1.
2.
3.
SecureJet V5 Auth-PX reader for HID Prox badges
SecureJet V5 Auth-PX reader for Hitag 1 badges
SecureJet V5 Auth-PX reader for EM-Marin badges
to which this declaration relates, are in conformity with the following
standards and/or other normative documents.
ETSI EN 300 330 (04-1998)
PN – EN 55022 (10-2000)
PN – EN 55024 (09-2000)
FCC Part 15 Section 209
We hereby declare that the above named product is in conformity with
the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Telecommunication Directive (Dz. U.2000, nr 73 pos. 852). The technical
documentation relevant to the above equipment will be held at
Jetmobile SAS
89 rue du Gouverneur General Eboue
92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux
France
Jean-François d’Estalenx
(Name)
(Signature)
Head of Development
(Title)
July 3rd, 2006
(Date)
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We,
Jetmobile SAS
89 rue du Gouv General Eboue
92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux
France
declare under our sole responsibility that the products
1. SecureJet V5Auth-PX reader for Mifare/ISO15693&14443A/B
2. SecureJet V5 Auth-PX reader for Legic badges
3. SecureJet V5 Auth-PX reader for HID iClass badges
to which this declaration relates, are in conformity with the following
standards and/or other normative documents.
ETSI EN 300 330 (04-1998)
PN – EN 55022 (10-2000)
PN – EN 55024 (09-2000)
FCC Part 15 Section 209 + 225
We hereby declare that the above named product is in conformity with
the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Telecommunication Directive (Dz. U.2000, nr 73 pos. 852). The conformity
assessment procedure has been followed by URTiP – GP – CLBT ul.
Kasprzaka 18/20, Warsow, POLAND Ref. CLBT/C/138/2003
The technical documentation relevant to the above equipment will be
held at:
Jetmobile SAS
89 rue du Gouverneur General Eboue
92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux
France
Jean-François d’Estalenx
(Name)
(Signature)
Head of Development
(Title)
July 3rd, 2006
(Date)
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Tel: +33 (0) 1-46-94-80-10
Fax: +33 (0) 1-46-94-00-83
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