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Wireless LAN Board-B2
User's Guide
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    Wireless LAN Board-B2 User's Guide Please read this guide before operating this product. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.

  • Page 3: How This Manual Is Organized, Chapter 4 Appendix

    Includes the network settings, specifications, and 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.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ............v How To Use This Manual .

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 2 Using the Wireless LAN Board in a Network Operations Required to Use the Wireless LAN Board in a Network..2-2 Network Protocol Settings ......... 2-3 Setting the SSID.

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    Index ............4-15...

  • Page 7: How To Use This Manual, Symbols Used In This Manual

    Preface Thank you for purchasing this Canon product. The Wireless LAN Board-B2 is a product that enables you to wirelessly connect your Canon MFP (hereinafter referred to as "the machine") to a network. This document describes the procedure for connecting a machine that includes the Wireless LAN Board-B2 to a network.

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    Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual The following symbols and key/button names are a few examples of how keys and buttons to be clicked or pressed are expressed in this manual: • Control Panel Keys: Key Icon (Key Name) Examples: (Start) (Stop)

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    Microsoft Windows XP operating system: Windows XP Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system: Windows Server 2003 Microsoft Windows Server 2008 operating system: Windows Server 2008 Microsoft Windows Vista operating system: Windows Vista Microsoft Windows operating system: Windows Wireless LAN Board-B2: Wireless LAN Board...

  • Page 10: Legal Notices

    If you make such changes or modifications, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment. If your equipment malfunctions, please contact your local authorized Canon dealer from whom you purchased the equipment (if under warranty), or with whom you have a servicing contract.

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    This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65. This equipment should be installed and operated with at least 20cm and more between the antenna and person's body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).

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    Utilisation au Canada IC (l'Industrie Canada) Ce transmetteur ne doit pas être installé au même endroit qu'une autre antenne ou qu'un autre transmetteur, ni utilisé avec une autre antenne ou un autre transmetteur. Il est conforme à la section RSS-Gen de la réglementation IC. Son utilisation est soumise à...

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    WEEE scheme or your household waste disposal service. For more information regarding return and recycling of WEEE products, please visit www.canon-europe.com/environment. (EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)

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    European Radio Approval Information (for products fitted with EU approved radio devices) Low power, radio LAN type devices (radio frequency (RF) wireless communication devices), operating in the 2.4 GHz band, may be embedded in your system which is intended for office use. This section is only applicable if these devices are present. Refer to the system label to verify the presence of wireless devices.

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    és az 1999/5/EC irányelv. Canon declara que FM33490 está conforme com os requisitos Portuguese essenciais e outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE. Canon izjavlja, da je FM33490 v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in Slovenian ostalimi relevantnimi določili direktive 1999/5/ES. xiii...

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    Swedish överensstämmelse med de väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG. Hér með lýsir Canon yfir því að FM33490 er í samræmi við Icelandic grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, sem gerðar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC. Canon erklærer herved at FM33490 er i samsvar med de Norwegian grunnleggende krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.

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    Users in Australia N118 Users in Singapore Complies with IDA Standards DB00671...

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    Security Warnings Regarding the Use of Wireless LAN Products A Wireless LAN enables you to exchange information between devices (such as computers) and wireless access points using radio waves, instead of a physical LAN cable. You are advised that unauthorized access could be possible and security features should be configured as appropriate.

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    Other product and company names herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright Copyright 2010 by Canon Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of Canon Inc.

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    Disclaimers The information in this document is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.

  • Page 21: Before You Start

    Before You Start CHAPTER This chapter describes what you need to know before you start using the product, including the system requirements, and the procedure for setting a primary network. Confirming the Network ..........1-2 System Requirements .

  • Page 22: Confirming The Network

    Confirming the Network The Wireless LAN Board can be used in either of the following network environments that have an access point. NOTE The product normally communicates with the Infrastructure Mode, which works via an access point. Only when a firmware update has been performed unsuccessfully, does the product communicate using the emergency startup mode.

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    ■ Environment where a computer and access point are connected with a LAN cable and the access point and the product communicate wirelessly Access Point Confirming the Network...

  • Page 24: System Requirements

    IMPORTANT For information on the wireless LAN devices that can communicate with the product, see the Canon Web site (http://www.usa.canon.com/ for the U.S.A., http://www.canon-europe.com/ for the UK, or http://www.canon.com/ for other countries/ regions). NOTE For information on the system requirements for printing and sending faxes, and the network environments the machine can use, see e-Manual >...

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    ■ RADIUS Server A RADIUS server is required to set 802.1X/EAP+WEP or WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP as the encryption and authentication method. • The EAP-TLS (Extensible Authentication Protocol-Transport Level Security), PEAP (Protected EAP), and EAP-TTLS (EAP-Tunneled TLS) systems are supported. NOTE Authentication with a RADIUS server requires a server certificate, and a root CA (Certificate Authority) certificate.

  • Page 26: Parts And Their Functions

    Parts and Their Functions This section describes the various parts and their functions. LED Indicators If problems occur when communicating with the Wireless LAN Board, check the LED indicators on the side of the machine. For details on errors, see Chapter 3, "Troubleshooting."...

  • Page 27: External Antenna For Wireless Lan Board

    External Antenna for Wireless LAN Board Make sure to use the external antenna included with this product. When experiencing difficulty communicating, adjust the position of this antenna. Parts and Their Functions...

  • Page 28: Setting The Primary Network To Wireless Lan

    Setting the Primary Network to Wireless LAN This section describes the procedure for setting a primary network using the control panel of the machine. When the Wireless LAN Board is attached to the machine, it combines with the standard network interface equipped with the machine (standard network), to give the machine two network interfaces.

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    Press [Primary Network Setting] ➞ select [Wireless LAN]. NOTE These settings are enabled after the machine is restarted. For information on restarting the machine, see the manual included with the machine. Setting the Primary Network to Wireless LAN...

  • Page 30: Checking The Wireless Lan Interface

    Checking the Wireless LAN Interface Before starting to use the Wireless LAN Board, follow the procedure below to check whether the LAN adapter of your computer is operating normally. NOTE • If you are using your LAN adapter for the first time, attach the LAN adapter and install its driver and software before performing this procedure, as necessary.

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    Using the Wireless LAN Board in a Network CHAPTER This chapter describes the procedure for setting the Wireless LAN Board to be used in a network and specifying security settings. Operations Required to Use the Wireless LAN Board in a Network....2-2 Network Protocol Settings .

  • Page 32: Operations Required To Use The Wireless Lan Board In A Network

    Operations Required to Use the Wireless LAN Board in a Network The operations required to use the Wireless LAN Board in a network are as follows. Network Protocol Settings (See p. 2-3) Set the network protocol. Setting the SSID (See p. 2-8) Set the SSID (Service Set Identifier).

  • Page 33: Network Protocol Settings

    Network Protocol Settings Before specifying the wireless LAN settings, it is necessary to specify the settings required for the network protocol to use. Refer to the following to specify the required settings. Also note that the standard network settings other than [TCP/IP Settings (IPv4)], [TCP/IP Settings (IPv6)], [DNS Settings (IPv4)], [DNS Settings (IPv6)], [NetWare Settings], [AppleTalk Settings], and [Startup Time Settings] are also used for the Wireless LAN Board.

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    Item Setting Description Default Setting TCP/IP Settings (IPv6) Use IPv6 On/Off Link-Local Address Auto Set, display only Use Stateless Address On/Off Auto Set, display only (Up to six stateless Stateless Address 1 addresses are displayed.) Use Manual Address On/Off Manual Address IPv6 Address (39 Characters maximum) (NULL) Prefix Length...

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    Item Setting Description Default Setting DNS Settings (IPv6) Primary DNS Server IPv6 Address (NULL) Address Secondary DNS Server IPv6 Address (NULL) Address Use IPv4 Host/Domain On/Off Name Only when [Primary Network Setting] is set to 'Wireless LAN', xxxxx****** DNS host name (47 Characters ("xxxxx"...

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    ■ NetWare Settings Item Setting Description Default Setting NetWare On/Off Auto Detect/Ethernet II/Ethernet 802.2/ Frame Type Auto Detect Ethernet 802.3/Ethernet SNAP IPX External Network Auto Set, display only Number Node Number Auto Set, display only Packet Signature Auto Set, display only Bindery PServer/RPrinter/NDS PServer/ Print Service NDS PServer...

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    ■ Startup Time Setting Item Setting Description Default Setting Startup time for the network part of the Startup Time Settings machine (0 to 300 seconds) Network Protocol Settings...

  • Page 38: Setting The Ssid

    Setting the SSID The SSID is an identifier used to identify an access point. This section describes the procedure for setting the SSID using the control panel of the machine. (Settings/Registration) ➞ [Preferences] ➞ [External Press Interface] ➞ [Extension Card Settings]. Press [SSID Settings].

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    The following is displayed for the encryption and authentication method. [Security] on the Security screen automatically changes to the encryption and authentication method set for the selected SSID. • WPA2: [Security] is set to 'WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP', and [Encryption for WPA/WPA2] is set to 'Auto'. •...

  • Page 40: Security Settings

    Security Settings This section describes the procedure for specifying the security settings by selecting the encryption and authentication method to match the access point using the control panel of the machine. Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method This section describes the procedure for selecting the encryption and authentication method using the control panel of the machine.

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    ■ WPA/WPA2-PSK Uses PSK for authentication, and by adopting TKIP or AES-CCMP for the encryption, fixes the vulnerability of Static WEP by automatically updating the encryption key. As WPA-PSK does not require an authentication server, it is particularly suited for use in small-scale network environments such as SOHO.

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    ❑ Press [Encryption for WPA/WPA2] ➞ select the WPA encryption method type to use. If you select [Auto], the WPA encryption method is set to AES-CCMP or TKIP, according to the settings of the access point. If you want to use TKIP as the WPA encryption method type, select [Auto].

  • Page 43: Installing A Certificate And Private Key

    Installing a Certificate and Private Key This section describes the procedure for installing a certificate and private key using the Remote UI. A certificate and private key are required when 802.1X/ EAP+WEP or WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP is selected as the encryption and authentication method in "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method,"...

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    Click [Settings/Registration] ➞ select [External Interface] under <Preferences> ➞ click [Extension Card Settings] ➞ [Wireless LAN] ➞ [Wireless LAN Settings] ➞ [802.1X/EAP Settings]. If the System Manager ID and password have been set, a dialog box prompting you to enter the System Manager ID and password appears. Enter the System Manager ID and password ➞...

  • Page 45: Installing A Certificate Revocation List

    Installing a Certificate Revocation List If you selected 802.1X/EAP+WEP or WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP as the encryption and authentication method in "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method," on p. 2-10, follow the procedure below to install a certificate revocation list, if necessary. You can only install a certificate revocation list issued by a root CA. IMPORTANT The following type of certificate revocation list can be used: - X.509 version 2 certificate revocation list...

  • Page 46: Installing A Wireless Lan Card Certificate

    Click [Update CRL]. Click [Browse] ➞ select the certificate revocation list to install ➞ click [OK]. You can also directly enter the path to the certificate revocation list. Installing a Wireless LAN Card Certificate If you select WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP as the encryption and authentication method and EAP-TLS as the EAP type in "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method,"...

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    IMPORTANT The following types of wireless LAN card certificates can be used: - File size 64 KB or less - DER format (binary format) or PEM format (format with DER format data encoded in Base64) - X.509 certificate version 3 or PKCS#7 format certificate that contains an X.509 certificate - Not expired Click [Settings/Registration] ➞...

  • Page 48: Installing A Wireless Lan Card Private Key

    Click [Browse] ➞ select the wireless LAN card certificate to install ➞ click [OK]. You can also directly enter the path to the wireless LAN card certificate. Installing a Wireless LAN Card Private Key If you select WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP as the encryption and authentication method and EAP-TLS as the EAP type in "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method,"...

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    Click [Update WLAN Card Private Key]. Click [Browse] ➞ select the wireless LAN card private key to install ➞ click [OK]. You can also directly enter the path to the wireless LAN card private key. 2-19 Security Settings...

  • Page 50: X/eap Settings

    802.1X/EAP Settings This section describes the settings required if you selected 802.1X/EAP+WEP or WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP as the encryption and authentication method in "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method," on p. 2-10. The procedure for specifying the settings differs according to the EAP type used by the authentication server.

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    If you want to use a certificate revocation list issued by a root certificate authority, confirm the certificate revocation list. ● Confirming whether the certification revocation list is installed ❑ Confirm the information displayed in [CRL]. If no certificate revocation list is installed, "Not Installed' is displayed. Refer to "Installing a Certificate Revocation List,"...

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    Press [User Name] ➞ enter name of the user to receive IEEE802.1X authentication. Press [EAP Type] ➞ select [TTLS/PEAP(802.1X Password)]. Press [802.1X Password] ➞ enter the password of the user name set in step 4. NOTE If you set a password, "*" is displayed on the screen. 2-22 Security Settings...

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    Select an inner authentication protocol supported by the authentication server. The inner authentication protocols supported by EAP-TTLS and PEAP are as follows. EAP-TTLS PEAP MS-CHAPv2 (Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol Inner Version 2) Authentication PAP (Password Authentication Protocol Protocol) GTC (Generic Token Card) ●...

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    ● If you want to allow password change requests from a RADIUS server: ❑ Press [MSCHAPv2 Password] ➞ select [Allow Change]. ❑ Press [MSCHAPv2 New Password] ➞ enter the password to use when a password change request is received from a RADIUS server. When a password change request is received from a RADIUS server when a password expires, the password set in [802.1X Password] in step 6 is changed to the password set in [MSCHAPv2 New Password], and the...

  • Page 55: If Eap-tls Is Set As The Eap Type

    If EAP-TLS is set as the EAP type If EAP-TLS is selected as the EAP type for the authentication server, follow the procedure below to specify the required settings. Follow steps 1 to 4 of "If EAP-TTLS or PEAP is set as the EAP type,"...

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    ● Confirming whether a wireless LAN card private key is set ❑ Confirm the information displayed in [WLAN Card Private Key]. If no wireless LAN card private key is installed, "Not Installed" is displayed. Refer to "Installing a Wireless LAN Card Private Key," on p. 2-18, to install the wireless LAN card private key.

  • Page 57: Wpa/wpa2-psk Settings

    WPA/WPA2-PSK Settings This section describes the settings required if you selected WPA/WPA2-PSK in "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method," on p. 2-10. Press [WPA/WPA2 PSK Settings] on the Extension Card Settings screen. Set the PSK. NOTE • You cannot set [PSK ASCII (8-63 characters)] and [PSK Hex (64 digits)] at the same time.

  • Page 58: Wep Settings

    ● If you want to enter the PSK using a hexadecimal number: ❑ Press [PSK Hex (64 digits)] ➞ enter the PSK as a hexadecimal number. Enter the PSK as a 64 digit number using "0" to "9," "A" to "F," and "a" to "f." WEP Settings This section describes the settings required if you selected WEP as the encryption and authentication method in "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication...

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    [Open System]: Uses open system authentication. In open system authentication, the WEP key is not used for authentication, but is used for encryption. [Shared Key]: Uses shared key authentication. In shared key authentication, the WEP key is used for both authentication and encryption. Set the WEP key value in the indexes (1 to 4) corresponding to the indexes of the access point to connect to.

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    Press [Select WEP Key] ➞ specify the index of the WEP key you want to use. IMPORTANT Specify the index corresponding to the WEP key of the access point to connect to. For example, if the access point to connect to uses indexes 0 to 3, set '1' in this procedure if the index of the access point is 0, or '2' if the index of the access point is 1, etc.

  • Page 61: Enabling The Settings

    Enabling the Settings This section describes the procedure for enabling the settings of the Wireless LAN Board using the control panel of the machine. The changed settings are saved to the Wireless LAN Board after the consistency of the following settings has been checked. If the settings are found to be inconsistent, an error message is displayed.

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    Select [Save]. 2-32 Enabling the Settings...

  • Page 63: Printing A Test Page

    Printing a Test Page Before using the Wireless LAN Board for the first time, make sure to print a test page to check that it works. IMPORTANT • Before printing a test page, confirm that the LNK indicator is lit, and the ERR1 indicator and ERR2 indicator are not lit.

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    2-34 Printing a Test Page...

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    Troubleshooting CHAPTER This chapter describes how to resolve problems that occur when using the Wireless LAN Board. Troubleshooting for Specifying and Saving Network Settings..... . 3-2 List of Error Messages .

  • Page 66: Troubleshooting For Specifying And Saving Network Settings

    Troubleshooting for Specifying and Saving Network Settings The following messages are displayed if you enter an incorrect value or if the settings are not correct when you press [Save Parameter] to save the settings. List of Error Messages WEP key digit no. incorrect. Cause The entered WEP key is not 10 or 26 hexadecimal digits.

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    Root CA certificate error Cause 802.1X/EAP+WEP or WPA/WPA2+802.1X/EAP is selected on the Security screen, but a root CA certificate is not set. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the encryption and authentication method is set correctly. Change the encryption and authentication method if necessary. (See "Selecting the Encryption and Authentication Method,"...

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    Set the private key. Cause EAP-TLS is set as the EAP type, but a wireless LAN card private key is not set. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the EAP type settings are correct. (See "If EAP-TLS is set as the EAP type,"...

  • Page 69: Network Connection And Printing Troubleshooting

    (See "Updating the Firmware," The firmware is not started. on p. 4-9.) If the Wireless LAN Board still does not work after updating the firmware, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Flashes once Flashes twice Hardware error. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer.

  • Page 70: Using The Wireless Lan Board In A Network

    Canon dealer. If the Extension Card Settings Screen Can Be Displayed Confirm the status of the LNK indicator, ERR1 indicator, and any error messages to resolve the error.

  • Page 71: Troubleshooting

    Error Messages Display the error messages to confirm the content of errors. Displaying Error Messages (Settings/Registration) ➞ [Preferences] ➞ [External Press Interface] ➞ [Extension Card Settings]. Press [WLAN Card Information]. Confirm the latest error message displayed in [Latest Error Information]. Network Connection and Printing Troubleshooting...

  • Page 72: List Of Error Messages

    List of Error Messages Cannot find access point. Cause 1 The SSID set differs from the SSID of the access point. Remedy Set the same SSID as the SSID of the access point. (See "Setting the SSID," on p. 2-8.) Cause 2 The external antenna is not attached.

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    Select WPA/WPA2+PSK Cause The encryption and authentication method of the access point corresponding to the specified SSID differs from the encryption and authentication method set on the Security screen. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the encryption and authentication settings are correct. If WPA/ WPA2-PSK is not set, set it.

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    Set Encryption to auto. Cause The WPA encryption method type of the access point is set to TKIP, but AES-CCMP is selected on the Encryption for WPA/WPA2 screen. Remedy Confirm the following: • The WPA encryption method type. Set the WPA encryption method to 'Auto' if necessary.

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    Server cert. valid date er. Cause The issuing date of the server certificate is set to a date in the future. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the date and time settings of the machine are correct. (See e-Manual > Settings/Registration.) •...

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    No username on auth. server. Cause A failed response for user authentication was returned from the authentication server. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the user name is correct. (See "If EAP-TTLS or PEAP is set as the EAP type," on p. 2-20.) •...

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    Login restricted time Cause When performing user authentication with MS-CHAPv2, authentication failed because the authentication server responded with notification that the logon is restricted at the current time. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the account and policy settings of the authentication server are correct.

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    Dial-in error. Cause When performing user authentication with MS-CHAPv2, authentication failed because the authentication server responded with notification that dialing in is not allowed. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the account and policy settings of the authentication server are correct.

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    Cannot use PAP inner prot. Cause PAP was selected as the inner authentication protocol when the EAP type of the authentication server is set to PEAP. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the selected inner authentication protocol is correct. If necessary, change the inner authentication protocol to MS-CHAPv2 or GTC.

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    WLAN card cert. date error Cause The issuing date of the wireless LAN card certificate is set to a date in the future. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the date and time settings of the machine are correct. (See e-Manual >...

  • Page 81

    WLAN card cert. incorrect. Cause When performing authentication with EAP-TLS, authentication failed because the authentication server responded with notification that the wireless LAN card certificate is not trusted. Remedy Confirm the following: • Whether the wireless LAN card certificate is correct. (See "If EAP-TLS is set as the EAP type,"...

  • Page 82

    3-18 Network Connection and Printing Troubleshooting...

  • Page 83: Appendix

    Appendix CHAPTER This chapter describes the various specifications of the Wireless LAN Board and includes a list of network settings. Network Settings Items........... 4-2 Confirming the Wireless LAN Channel .

  • Page 84: Network Settings Items

    Network Settings Items The following tables include a list of the wireless LAN settings available on the Extension Card Settings screen, using the control panel of the machine. The wireless LAN settings of the Wireless LAN Board can be checked after printing the Network user's data list by pressing [Preferences] ➞...

  • Page 85

    Item Setting Description Default Setting 802.1X/EAP Settings Root CA Certificate Detailed root CA certificate information Not Installed (issuer/validation period) Detailed certificate revocation list Not Installed information (issuer/validation period) Erase CRL Erase Erase User Name Name of user to receive authentication (NULL) (64 characters maximum) EAP Type...

  • Page 86

    Item Setting Description Default Setting WEP Settings WEP Key Length 40bit WEP Key/104bit WEP Key WEP Key 1 (Hex 10 or WEP key (38 characters maximum) 26 digits) WEP Key 2 (Hex 10 or 26 digits) (NULL) WEP Key 3 (Hex 10 or 26 digits) WEP Key 4 (Hex 10 or 26 digits)

  • Page 87: Confirming The Wireless Lan Channel

    Confirming the Wireless LAN Channel The wireless channels you can use with the Wireless LAN Board are fixed for the country/region it is used in. When using the Wireless LAN Board in the U.S.A., channels 1 to 11 can be used, and the region is displayed as 'US'. In the UK and other countries/regions, channels 1 to 13 can be used, and the region is displayed as 'JP, AT'.

  • Page 88: Initializing The Network Settings

    Initializing the Network Settings This section describes the procedure for initializing the network settings of the Wireless LAN Board to restore them to their defaults. If you perform this procedure, the current wireless LAN connection will be lost. NOTE The settings will be initialized after the machine is restarted. For information on restarting the machine, see the manual included with the machine.

  • Page 89: Erasing The Security Settings

    Erasing the Security Settings This section describes the procedure for erasing the settings of the Wireless LAN Board. Use this procedure to delete the security information before disposing of the Wireless LAN Board. If you perform this procedure, the current wireless LAN connection will be lost.

  • Page 90: Importing Wireless Lan Settings

    Importing Wireless LAN Settings The [Import Settings] function is currently not supported. Importing Wireless LAN Settings...

  • Page 91: Updating The Firmware

    Updating the Firmware This section describes the procedure for updating the firmware of the Wireless LAN using the Remote UI. The following files can be downloaded using the firmware updating function: • Firmware of the Wireless LAN IMPORTANT • Make sure to perform the following procedure before updating the firmware. - Set [Primary Network Setting] to 'Standard Network'.

  • Page 92

    Click [Settings/Registration] ➞ select [External Interface] under <Preferences> ➞ click [Extension Card Settings]. If the System Manager ID and password have been set, a dialog box prompting you to enter the System Manager ID and password appears. Enter the System Manager ID and password ➞...

  • Page 93

    Click [Browse] ➞ select the update file ➞ click [OK]. You can also enter the path to the file directly. When a confirmation message is displayed, click [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed three times. IMPORTANT After the message indicating the firmware update is complete is displayed, restart the machine.

  • Page 94: Emergency Startup Mode

    Emergency Startup Mode The product normally communicates with the Infrastructure Mode. However, if the firmware update is not completed successfully, due to a reason such as the power turning off during the update, it starts in its emergency startup mode. The Wireless LAN Board displays the following characteristics when in the emergency startup mode.

  • Page 95: Adhoc Mode

    ■ Adhoc Mode When the product switches to Adhoc Mode communication, it communicates without passing through an access point. Do not use the Adhoc Mode when a computer and the machine can be connected using a LAN cable. If necessary, specify the channel by pressing [!Wireless LAN Settings] ➞ [!Basic Settings] ➞...

  • Page 96

    A p l a c a w i r e l e s s e s t á h o mo l o g a d a j u n t o a A N A T E L c o n f o r me e t i q u e t a a b a i x o . Mo d e l : WI R E L E S S L A N B O A R D - B 2 H o mo l o g a ç...

  • Page 97

    Index Numerics Installing a root CA certificate, 2-13 Installing a wireless LAN card certificate, 2-16 Installing a wireless LAN card private key, 2-18 802.1X/EAP settings, 2-20 If EAP-TLS is set as the EAP type, 2-25 If EAP-TTLS or PEAP is set as the EAP type, 2-20 LED indicators, 1-6 Checking the wireless LAN interface, 1-10...

  • Page 98: Specifications

    Security settings, 2-10 802.1X/EAP settings, 2-20 Installing a certificate and private key, 2-13 Selecting the encryption and authentication method, 2-10 WEP settings, 2-28 WPA/WPA2-PSK settings, 2-27 Selecting the encryption and authentication method, 2-10 Setting the primary network to Wireless LAN, 1-8 Setting the SSID, 2-8 Specifications, 4-14 System requirements, 1-4...

  • Page 100

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