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To configure SNMP settings for obtaining or monitoring information of this machine through a computer ([SNMP Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [SNMP Settings]

Configure the settings to obtain information of this machine or to monitor the machine using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use SNMP.

[ON] is specified by default.

[SNMP v1/v2c(IP)]

Select whether to use SNMP v1 or SNMP v2.

[ON] is specified by default.

[SNMP v3(IP)]

Select whether to use SNMP v3.

[ON] is specified by default.

[SNMP v1(IPX)]

Select whether to use SNMP v1 in the IPX environment.

[ON] is specified by default.

[UDP Port Number]

If necessary, change the UDP port number.

Normally, you can use the original port number.

[161] is specified by default.

[SNMP v1/v2c Settings]

Tap [SNMP v1/v2c Settings] to configure SNMP v1 or v2c settings.

  • [Read Community Name Settings]: Enter a read-only community name (using up to 15 characters). [public] is specified by default.

  • [Write Setting]: Select whether to enable the read and write functions. [Enable] is specified by default.

  • [Write Community Name Settings]: If [Write Setting] is set to [Enable], enter the community name in the read-write enable state (using up to 15 characters). [private] is specified by default.

[SNMP v3 Settings]

Tap [SNMP v3 Settings] to configure SNMP v3 settings.

  • [Context Name Settings]: Enter the context name (using up to 63 characters).

  • [Discovery User Permissions]: Select whether to allow a discovery user. [ON] is specified by default.

  • [Discovery User Name Settings]: If [Discovery User Permissions] is set to [ON], enter the discovery user name (using up to 32 characters). [public] is specified by default.

  • [Read User Name Settings]: Enter the read-only user name (using up to 32 characters). [initial] is specified by default.

  • [Security Level]: Select a security level for the read-only user. [auth-password/priv-password] is specified by default.

  • [Write User Name Settings]: Enter the user name of the user in the read-write enable state (using up to 32 characters). [restrict] is specified by default.

  • [Security Level]: Select a security level of the user in the read-write enable state. [auth-password/priv-password] is specified by default.

  • [Password Setting]: Enter the authentication password and privacy password of users in the read-only state and read-write enable state.

  • [Encryption Algorithm]: Select an encryption algorithm. [DES] is specified by default.

  • [Authentication Algorithm]: Select an authentication algorithm. [MD5] is specified by default.

[TRAP Setting]

Select whether to allow a notification of the status of this machine using the SNMP TRAP function.

[Allow] is specified by default.

[TRAP Setting When Authentication Failed]

Select whether to send TRAP when authentication fails.

[Invalid] is specified by default.

To configure SSDP settings for searching a service on the network ([SSDP Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [SSDP Settings]

Select whether to use the SSDP (Simple Service Discovery Protocol) or not. To use SSDP, change the multicast TTL as necessary.

Using SSDP allows that software on the network or other services search for services which can be supplied by this machine. It also notifies that services have been started on this machine.

This function is available when using services such as OpenAPI.

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use SSDP.

[ON] is specified by default.

[Multicast TTL Setting]

Change TTL (Time To Live) for SSDP multi-cast packet if necessary.

[1] is specified by default.

To configure SNMP settings for automatically detecting this machine using the TWAIN driver ([SNMP Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [SNMP Settings]

Configure the settings to obtain information of this machine or to monitor the machine using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use SNMP.

[ON] is specified by default.

[SNMP v1/v2c(IP)]

Select whether to use SNMP v1 or SNMP v2.

[ON] is specified by default.

[SNMP v3(IP)]

Select whether to use SNMP v3.

[ON] is specified by default.

[SNMP v1(IPX)]

Select whether to use SNMP v1 in the IPX environment.

[ON] is specified by default.

[UDP Port Number]

If necessary, change the UDP port number.

Normally, you can use the original port number.

[161] is specified by default.

[SNMP v1/v2c Settings]

Tap [SNMP v1/v2c Settings] to configure SNMP v1 or v2c settings.

  • [Read Community Name Settings]: Enter a read-only community name (using up to 15 characters). [public] is specified by default.

  • [Write Setting]: Select whether to enable the read and write functions. [Enable] is specified by default.

  • [Write Community Name Settings]: If [Write Setting] is set to [Enable], enter the community name in the read-write enable state (using up to 15 characters). [private] is specified by default.

[SNMP v3 Settings]

Tap [SNMP v3 Settings] to configure SNMP v3 settings.

  • [Context Name Settings]: Enter the context name (using up to 63 characters).

  • [Discovery User Permissions]: Select whether to allow a discovery user. [ON] is specified by default.

  • [Discovery User Name Settings]: If [Discovery User Permissions] is set to [ON], enter the discovery user name (using up to 32 characters). [public] is specified by default.

  • [Read User Name Settings]: Enter the read-only user name (using up to 32 characters). [initial] is specified by default.

  • [Security Level]: Select a security level for the read-only user. [auth-password/priv-password] is specified by default.

  • [Write User Name Settings]: Enter the user name of the user in the read-write enable state (using up to 32 characters). [restrict] is specified by default.

  • [Security Level]: Select a security level of the user in the read-write enable state. [auth-password/priv-password] is specified by default.

  • [Password Setting]: Enter the authentication password and privacy password of users in the read-only state and read-write enable state.

  • [Encryption Algorithm]: Select an encryption algorithm. [DES] is specified by default.

  • [Authentication Algorithm]: Select an authentication algorithm. [MD5] is specified by default.

[TRAP Setting]

Select whether to allow a notification of the status of this machine using the SNMP TRAP function.

[Allow] is specified by default.

[TRAP Setting When Authentication Failed]

Select whether to send TRAP when authentication fails.

[Invalid] is specified by default.

To configure the TCP Socket operating environment ([TCP Socket Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP Socket Settings]

Configure the TCP Socket operating environment.

To use application software that communicates with this machine via TCP Socket, configure the TCP Socket settings of this machine.

Settings

Description

[TCP Socket]

Configure settings to establish a communication with this machine via TCP Socket.

For details, refer to Here.

[TCP Socket (ASCII Mode)]

Configure settings to establish a communication with this machine via TCP Socket (ASCII Mode).

Enabling TCP Socket (ASCII Mode) displays Web Connection in the flash view.

For details, refer to Here.

To configure the operating environment for the FTP server function of this machine ([FTP Server Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [FTP Settings]
          • [FTP Server Settings]

Configure settings to enable use of the FTP server function of this machine.

Using this machine as an FTP server allows you to associate this machine with an application that operates as an FTP client.

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use the FTP server function of this machine.

[ON] is specified by default.

[Deny Reception Command]

Select a command to deny a receiving job from an FTP client when using the FTP server of this machine.

Set this option to return an error when a PORT/EPRT command or PASV/EPSV command is sent from an FTP client to this machine.

[Allow] is specified by default.

[PORT Command Enhanced Security]

Select whether to enable the security of this machine against FTP bounce attacks. This option is not available if [Deny Reception Command] is set to [PORT/EPRT].

When a PORT/EPRT command is sent from an FTP client, the data connection is established only if both of the following conditions are satisfied:

  • A port number less than 1024 is not specified.

  • The IP address specified by the command is same as that specified when a control connection is established.

[Enable] is specified by default.

To configure the operating environment for the WebDAV server function of this machine ([WebDAV Server Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [WebDAV Settings]
          • [WebDAV Server Settings]

Configure settings to enable use of the WebDAV server function of this machine.

Using this machine as a WebDAV server allows you to associate this machine with an application that operates as a WebDAV client.

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use the WebDAV server function of this machine.

[ON] is specified by default.

[SSL Settings]

Specify whether to use the SSL for communication or not.

  • [Non-SSL Only]: Only non-SSL communication is allowed.

  • [SSL Only]: Only SSL communication is allowed.

  • [SSL/Non-SSL]: Both SSL communication and non-SSL communication are allowed.

[Non-SSL Only] is specified by default.

[Password Setting]

Specify the password to restrict access to the WebDAV server of this machine (using up to 64 characters).

Tapping [Initial Password] returns the password to the default.

[sysadm] is specified by default.

To specify whether to rewrite user data from the remote diagnosis system ([Remote Access Setting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Remote Access Setting]

Specify whether to remotely import or export user data such as address information using the remote diagnosis system.

Settings

Description

[Import/Export User Data]

Specify whether to allow importing/exporting of the destinations registered on this machine (one-touch destinations, groups, and programs), authentication information from the remote diagnosis system.

[Restrict] is specified by default.

To register a proxy server used for a communication with the remote diagnosis system ([Proxy Settings for Remote Diagnosis])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [WebDAV Settings]
          • [Proxy Setting for Remote Access]

To use the remote diagnosis system via a proxy server, register the proxy server currently used.

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use a proxy server when using the remote diagnosis system.

[OFF] is specified by default.

[WebDAV Client Settings and Synchronization]

Select this option to use the proxy server registered in [WebDAV Client Settings] as a proxy server for remote diagnosis.

[WebDAV Client Settings and Synchronization] is specified by default.

[Individual Settings]

Select this option to register a proxy server for remote diagnosis separately from the proxy server registered in [WebDAV Client Settings].

[Proxy Server Address]

Enter the proxy server address.

Use one of the following formats.

  • Example of host name entry: "host.example.com"

  • Example of IP address (IPv4) entry: "192.168.1.1"

  • Example of IP address (IPv6) entry: "fe80::220:6bff:fe10:2f16"

[Proxy Server Port Number]

If necessary, change the proxy server port number. Normally, you can use the original port number.

[8080] is specified by default.

[User Name]

Enter the user name to log in to the proxy server (using up to 63 characters).

[Password]

Enter the password of the user name you entered into [User Name] (using up to 63 characters).

To configure the operating environment for the ThinPrint function ([ThinPrint Setting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [ThinPrint Setting]

Configure the settings to use the ThinPrint function.

ThinPrint is a function that realizes speedy printing by performing data compression or broadband control when sending a print job from ThinPrint Engine (.print Engine) to this machine used as ThinPrint Client (.print Client).

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use the ThinPrint function.

Select [ON] to use this machine as ThinPrint Client (.print Client).

[ON] is specified by default.

[Port Number]

Enter the port number of ThinPrint Engine (.print Engine) to be connected.

[4000] is specified by default.

[Data Size before Compression]

Specify the maximum packet size to compress data in the ThinPrint Engine (.print Engine) side.

ThinPrint Engine (.print Engine) compresses data in these sizes before sending a print job to this machine.

[8192] is specified by default.

[Connection Timeout]

Enter the connection timeout period to send a print job from ThinPrint Engine (.print Engine).

[90] is specified by default.

[Printer Name]

Enter the printer name of this machine to be used in ThinPrint Engine (.print Engine).

[Printer Class Name]

Enter the printer class name of this machine to be used in ThinPrint Engine (.print Engine).

[Certificate Verification Level Settings]

To verify the certificate, select items to be verified.

  • [Expiration Date]: Confirm whether the certificate is within the validity period. [Confirm] is specified by default.

  • [Key Usage]: Confirm whether the certificate is used according to the intended purpose approved by the certificate issuer. [Do Not Confirm] is specified by default.

  • [Chain]: Confirm whether there is a problem in the certificate chain (certificate path). The chain is validated by referencing the external certificates managed on this machine. [Do Not Confirm] is specified by default.

  • [Expiration Date Confirmation]: Confirm whether the certificate has expired. [Do Not Confirm] is specified by default.

  • [CN]: Confirm whether CN (Common Name) of the certificate matches the server address. [Do Not Confirm] is specified by default.

[Connection Service Setting]

Select whether to use Connection Service. [OFF] is specified by default.

If [ON] is selected, configure the following settings.

  • [Server Address]:Enter the address of the server that supplies Connection Service.

  • [Port Number]Enter the number of the port that is used for Connection Service.

  • [AYT Interval]:Enter the reconnection interval to check Connection Service operations in seconds. [60] is specified by default.

  • [Client ID]:Enter the client ID of this machine to be used for Connection Service. [1] is specified by default.

  • [Authentication Key]:Enter the authentication key used to connect to Connection Service. [0] is specified by default.

[Checking Connection Service Setting]

Displays the status of the connection with Connection Service.

  • An optional i-Option LK-111 is required to use the ThinPrint function.

To configure the operating environment when using this machine through a tablet terminal ([Tablet Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [Tablet Settings]

Connect the machine to an Android tablet terminal, then configure a communication setting to transfer image data or operation contents of the Control Panel.

Settings

Description

[Connection Method]

Compresses image data of the Control Panel of this machine before sending it to a tablet terminal.

Select whether to give priority to the operation speed at a tablet terminal or give priority to the image quality of the tablet terminal screen.

[Standard] is specified by default.

[Connection Timeout]

If necessary, change the timeout period to close a communication with a tablet terminal.

[20] minutes is selected by default.

  • An optional Upgrade Kit UK-209 is required to connect this machine to an Android tablet terminal when an optional Reverse Automatic Document Feeder DF-624 is used in bizhub C364e/C284e/C224e.
    If you are using Dual Scan Document Feeder DF-701, Upgrade Kit UK-209 (dual scan board) is already installed on this machine.