Manuals for the Machine The manuals for this machine are divided as follows. Please refer to them for detailed information. Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some manuals may not be needed. Guides with this symbol are PDF manuals included on the Guides with this symbol are printed manuals.
Customizing Settings Chapter 4 Appendix Includes the index. Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon.
Preface Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageRUNNER 2422/2420. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.
Displays Used in This Manual Unless otherwise noted, the screen shots used in this manual show the imageRUNNER 2422 with the optional Feeder (DADF-P2), Finisher-U2, Additional Finisher Tray-C1, Cassette Feeding Module-J1, and Cassette Feeding Module-K1 attached. Functions that are unavailable due to a particular combination of accessories and optional equipment are not displayed on the web browser.
Illustrations Used in This Manual The machine illustrations used in this manual are those of the imageRUNNER 2420 with the following optional equipment attached: Feeder (DADF-P2), Finisher-U2, Additional Finisher Tray-C1, Cassette Feeding Module-J1, and Cassette Feeding Module-K1. Abbreviations Used in This Manual In this manual, product names are abbreviated as follows: Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system: Windows 2000...
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Overview of the Remote UI The Remote UI software enables you to access and manage a machine connected to a network using a web browser. The machine is supplied with pre-installed web server software that enables you to use the Remote UI. This means that you do not need to have any special software, other than a web browser installed on your computer.
NOTE Before using the Remote UI, make sure that <Use HTTP> in <TCP/IP Settings> in <Network Settings> located in the <System Settings> is set to ‘On’, and <Remote UI On/ Off> is set to ‘On’ in the <System Settings> menu. ■...
● When Department ID Management is set to ‘On’: ● When User ID Management is set to ‘On’: Overview of the Remote UI...
After you have logged on to the Remote UI, the [Device Status] page is displayed. In the left frame of this page, the following buttons to access other pages of the Remote UI are displayed. Takes you to the Remote UI top page. Displays the current status of the machine, and the log on form for selecting the mode to use.
System Requirements The Remote UI has been confirmed to work in the following system environments. ■ Windows • OS (Operating Systems) - Windows 2000 - Windows XP - Windows Vista - Windows 7 - Windows Server 2003 - Windows Server 2008 R2 •...
Before You Start Using the Remote UI Before you start using the Remote UI, you must verify the IP address from the machine. ■ Network Settings on the Machine Select <TCP/IP Settings> in <Network Settings> located in the <System Settings> from the Additional Functions menu, and verify the IP address of the machine.
Use [ ] or [ ] to select <IPv4> or Network Information <IPv6> ➞ press [OK]. IPv4 The IPv4 or IPv6 menu appears depending IPv6 on your selection. Check the settings of IPv4 or IPv6. ● If the machine is connected to an IPv4 network: ❑...
Starting the Remote UI To start the Remote UI, follow the procedure below. IMPORTANT When <Auto Shutdown Time> is enabled, the machine may automatically shut down even if you are operating the machine from the Remote UI. For more information, see Chapter 3, “Useful Functions and Settings,”...
Start your web browser. ● When Department ID Management and User ID Management are set to ‘Off’: ❑ Enter the URL into [Address] or [Location] field. http://<the IP address of the device>/ NOTE The IP addresses shown on the screen shots in this manual are for illustrative purposes only.
NOTE • Nothing has to be entered if System Manager ID and password have not been registered. • To specify the password: Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [System Settings]. Click [Edit] on the right side. Click [Register ID and Password] on the right side. Select [Set ID and Password] check box.
● When Department ID Management is set to ‘On’: ❑ Enter the URL into [Address] or [Location] field. http://<the IP address of the device>/ The Remote UI page is displayed. ❑ Enter Department ID and Password. NOTE • To specify the password: Click [Add.Func.] ➞...
● When User ID Management is set to ‘On’: ❑ Enter the URL into [Address] or [Location] field. http://<the IP address of the device>/ The Remote UI page is displayed. ❑ Enter User ID and Password. NOTE • To specify the password: Click [Add.Func.] ➞...
Functions of the Remote UI CHAPTER This chapter describes the various functions of the Remote UI, along with brief descriptions of how to use the functions. Device Status and Information Display ........2-2 Job Management .
Device Status and Information Display Using the Remote UI, you can view the current status of the machine, information on the paper loaded in the paper sources, and other information on the machine. You can also view the network settings. Click [Device] ➞...
The information is displayed for the selected item. (Example) When [Device Information] is selected: Device Status and Information Display...
Job Management The Remote UI enables you to manage print jobs and view print log. The [Job Status] page includes the following section: • Print Job - Status - Log NOTE The job management operations available using the Remote UI are the same as those available from the control panel of the machine.
Click [Job Status]. A list of print jobs being processed by the machine is displayed. To delete a print job, click the [Delete] button. The job is deleted. NOTE You cannot recover the job once it is deleted. Job Management...
Viewing the Print Log The Remote UI enables you to view the log of the print jobs. Click [Job Status] ➞ select [Log] from the menu that appears under [Print Job]. NOTE Print Log page is enabled only when the [Job Log Display] in the [Edit System Settings] page is set to ‘On’...
Customizing Settings CHAPTER This chapter describes the various functions for customizing machine settings via the Remote UI. The system manager for the machine is the only user authorized to make these settings if Department ID Management has been enabled. Customizing System Settings ..........3-2 Customizing System Information .
Customizing System Settings Customizing System Information The Remote UI enables you to specify the machine’s system settings. NOTE • You can edit the System Settings only when you are in the System Manager Mode. • Making the same System Settings are available both from a computer via the Remote UI and with the Control Panel of the machine.
Click [Add.Func.] ➞ select [System Settings] from the menu that appears under [Add.Func.]. The current System Settings are displayed. Customizing System Settings...
Click [Edit]. The Edit System Settings page is displayed. ● To set the System Settings: NOTE While you are in the [Edit] menu, the side menu on the left is grayed out and the menu icons become unclickable. Customizing System Settings...
❑ Enter the necessary information. Device Information Settings: Device Name: Enter a name for the machine (32 characters maximum). Location: Enter the location where the machine is installed (32 characters maximum). System Manager Information Settings: System Manager: Enter the name of the System Manager (32 characters maximum).
Job Log Display: Job Log Display: If you want to display the job log information, select this check box. USB Settings: Use USB Device: If you want to use a USB device connected to the machine, select this check box. ❑...
❑ Specify the necessary fields ➞ click [OK]. The following describes the details of each item. Set ID and Password: Select this check box to set the System Manager ID and password. System Manager ID: Set the new System Manager ID (seven digits maximum).
Managing Department and User IDs The Remote UI enables you to manage Department and User IDs when you log on to the Remote UI in the System Manager Mode. The following procedure shows how to specify Department ID Management settings from the Remote UI. IMPORTANT •...
Click [Add.Func.] ➞ select [Department ID/User Management] from the menu that appears under [Add.Func.]. NOTE The list of the Department ID is switched to the list of the User Management by clicking [Change List View]. The page above is the list of the Department IDs. The page above is the list of the User IDs.
To specify Department ID/User Management settings, click [Settings] ➞ specify the desired settings on the Department ID/ User Management Settings page ➞ click [OK]. The following describes the details of each item. Enable Department ID Management: If this check box is selected, Department ID Management is enabled.
NOTE If you enable both Department ID Management and User ID Management, you need to assign a Department ID to each user. A user without a Department ID cannot use the machine. Allow Printer Jobs with Unknown IDs: Select this check box for the machine to accept the print jobs from unknown IDs.
NOTE <Total Prints> is the sum of <Copy> and <Print>. To register a new User, click [User Management Settings] ➞ specify the necessary fields on the Register New User page ➞ click [OK]. You can also display the Register New User page by clicking [New] in step 1. The following describes the details of each item.
To delete a department ID, select the check box for the department that you want to delete ➞ click [Delete]. To change the password and page limit setting, click the hyperlinked Department ID name ➞ change the necessary fields on the Edit Department ID page ➞ click [OK]. 3-13 Managing Department and User IDs...
Device Custom Settings The machine’s custom settings can be edited with the Remote UI. The following procedure shows how to customize the machine’s settings from the Remote UI. NOTE • The machine’s settings can be changed both from a computer via the Remote UI and from the Control Panel of the machine.
Click the setting item that you want to specify. A settings page for the selected item is displayed. Specify all the necessary fields ➞ click [OK]. The above screen shot shows [Audible Tones]. NOTE For more information on each setting, see other manuals relating to the function that needs to be set.
Glossary Stands for bits per second. The measure of transmission speed used in relationship to networks and communication lines. Cookie A file left on a user’s computer when the user visits a Web site. A cookie allows the Web site to recognize the user on subsequent visits. Cookies are generally used to enable a user to automatically sign on to certain Web sites and to customize the features offered by such sites.
IPv6 Internet Protocol version 6. An IPv6 address is 128-bit long and consists of eight groups of four hexadecimal digits delimited by colons. For example, ‘2002:0db6:58b1:02c3:3308:7a2e:6309:2665’. In an IPv6 network, a computer or device can use multiple addresses, as represented by link local address, stateless address, etc.
Uniform Resource Locator. A standard way of specifying the location of an object, usually a Web page on the Internet. The URL for a Web page would look something like this: “http://www.w3.org/default.htm”. Here, “http:” indicates that a Web page is being accessed, “www.w3.org”...
Index Add.Func. button, 1-5 Internet Protocol (IP), 4-2 IP address, 1-3, 1-10, 1-12, 1-13, 4-2 bps, 4-2 Job Status button, 1-5 Cookie, 4-2 Log, 2-6 Log on, 4-3 Log on mode, 1-10 Department ID, 3-8 Device, 2-2 Device button, 1-5 Device Features, 2-2 Network, 1-2 Device Information, 2-2, 2-3...
Remote UI, 4-3 Remote UI page, 1-10, 1-12, 1-13 Remote UI software, 1-2 System Manager ID, 3-6 System Manager Mode, 1-5 System Requirements, 1-6 Macintosh, 1-6 Windows, 1-6 System Settings, 3-3, 3-4 To Top Page button, 1-5 Top page, 1-3 URL, 1-10, 1-12, 1-13, 4-4 Web Browser, 1-2, 1-3, 1-6, 1-10 Web server software, 1-2, 1-6...
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