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Preface
Thank you for choosing the award winning Kyocera network printing products. We are sure you will appreciate the high
performance and low cost of ownership that are the hallmarks of Kyocera printing products.
The IB-23 is a Kyocera internal network interface card which may be easily installed without removing the printer main
board. The IB-23 enables Kyocera Mita printers and digital copiers to communicate over an Ethernet network with many
different network operating systems, including Windows, NetWare, Macintosh, and UNIX.
This manual provides full instructions on software configuration instructions allowing an experienced system administrator
to get the IB-23 up and running quickly. For more concise instructions, refer to the printed IB-2x Quick Configuration
Guide.
Trademarks
Kyocera® and Kyocera Mita® are registered trademarks of Kyocera Corporation. NetWare® is a registered trademark of
Novell, Incorporated. Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh® and AppleTalk are
registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Incorporated. PostScript® and Acrobat® are registered trademarks of Adobe
Systems, Incorporated. All other products referenced are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
companies.
FCC Notice
This equipment complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules, and the Canadian Department of Communications Equipment Standards entitled, Digital Apparatus, ICES-
003. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\frontend.htm
IB-23
Network Card
User's Manual
Kyocera Mita Corporation
2-28, 1-Chome, Tamatsukuri, Chuo-ku
Osaka, Japan 540-8585
http://www.kyoceramita.com/
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  • Page 1 Preface Thank you for choosing the award winning Kyocera network printing products. We are sure you will appreciate the high performance and low cost of ownership that are the hallmarks of Kyocera printing products. The IB-23 is a Kyocera internal network interface card which may be easily installed without removing the printer main board.
  • Page 2 This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Stock No. 004-000-00345-4. NOTE: In order to maintain compliance with the limits of a Class B digital device, Kyocera Mita requires that you use quality interface cables when connecting to this device. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Kyocera Mita could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
  • Page 3 IB-23 Configuration Guide IB-23 User's Manual GETTING STARTED Preface Product Specifications INSTALLATION IB-23 Network Card IP Address Configuration Utilities Printer Drivers PRINTING SETUP Windows - TCP/IP Windows - NetBEUI Windows Printing via E-mail NetWare Macintosh Unix MANAGEMENT Security Using a Web Browser...
  • Page 4: Product Specifications

    Product Specifications The IB-23 may be used in any Kyocera Mita printer with a compatible slide-in interface (KUIO). Contact your dealer regarding the supported printers and digital copiers. Visit the following web site for the latest product information. http://www.kyoceramita.com/ This section provides information about the features offered by the IB-23 as well as technical information and a description of IB-23 physical characteristics.
  • Page 5 Product Specifications NOTE: Specifications may change without notice. Connector and Indicators The IB-23 features the following ports and indicators. 1. 10BaseT/100BaseTX Connector 2. 10BaseT Indicator lights when connected to a 10 Mbps network. 3. 100BaseTX Indicator lights when connected to a 100 Mbps network. 4.
  • Page 6 Hold the IB-23 only by the metal connector plate. The instructions below describe the installation of the IB-23 into a typical Kyocera Mita printer and are similar to all Kyocera Mita printers and digital copiers that are incorporated with the standard KUIO (Kyocera Universal I/O) slide-in interface.
  • Page 7 Installing the IB-23 Interface Card in the Printer 4. Connect the network cable to the interface card using a twisted pair cable for the 10/100baseT connector. 5. Plug the power cable to the printer inlet. Turn printer power on. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\install_NIC.htm...
  • Page 8: Ip Address Configuration

    Using Quick Setup Using RARP or BOOTP Using ARP Using the Printer's Operator Panel After following the procedures in this section to configure the IP address, it is recommended to verify the IP address settings: Verifying the IP Address Settings...
  • Page 9 The IB-23 MAC address may be obtained from the IB-23 Network Status Page. 3. Click Add. 4. Turn printer power on. The printer receives the IP address from the DHCP server. You can print the network status page to confirm the IP address.
  • Page 10 WINS enables defining a printing configuration which references the printer by its name rather than by its IP address. Thus, even if the printer IP address is changed via DHCP, the printing configuration will still be valid and printing will continue uninterrupted.
  • Page 11: Using Quick Setup

    IP Address Configuration Figure 3. COMMAND CENTER TCP/IP General Settings Page 7. Click Submit. The WINS server information is stored, and the IB-23 restarts. Using Quick Setup Follow the steps below to use Quick Setup (bundled with the IB-23) to configure the IP address in the IB-23. Follow these steps to set up a fixed IP address.
  • Page 12 IP Address Configuration 3. In IP Address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway, enter the information obtained from the network administrator. Click Next. 4. A confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm the settings and click Next. After the IB-23 automatically restarts, address setting is complete. You can complete the advanced settings on the IB-23 as needed by accessing the IB- 23 with a web browser.
  • Page 13 IP Address Configuration Using RARP or BOOTP You can resolve the IP address via RARP or BOOTP over the Ethernet connection. The host computer must support either protocol as the boot server. The address information will be stored in a configuration file on the server as, for example, ethers or bootptab file.
  • Page 14: Using Arp

    IP Address Configuration The IB-23 automatically issues BOOTP requests to the server and receives the BOOTP response to obtain the configuration information. To prepare a configuration file for RARP: 1. Properly connect the IB-23 to the network. 2. Create and store the configuration information in a /etc/ethers file. For example, to set '192.168.1.2' for IP address;...
  • Page 15 You can directly enter the IP address, gateway address, and subnet mask address using the menu system from the operator panel. The following procedure is applicable to virtually all Kyocera Mita printers except those having no operator panel. For digital copier operator panel setting instructions, refer to the operation manual.
  • Page 16 IP Address Configuration 9/9 ページ To print a network status page, refer to the printer's manual. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\tcpip_setting.h... 2006/05/26...
  • Page 17: About The Cd-rom

    Installing the Software Utilities The IB-23 Library CD-ROM bundled with the IB-23 includes handy utilities. Quick Setup is an administration utility for accessing the IB-23 to configure the network settings. KPrint is a utility for creating a TCP/IP port in Windows. This section gives instructions for using Quick Setup and KPrint.
  • Page 18 2. Click Install KPrint Software. 3. Follow the wizard instructions to complete the installation. Launching KPrint To run KPrint, from the Windows Start menu, go to All Programs > Kyocera. Click KPrint Add Port. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\install_adminm... 2/2 ページ...
  • Page 19: Installing The Printer Drivers

    Installing the Printer Drivers This page explains about the steps to install printer drivers. Printer drivers are installed in Windows so that print jobs are printed using the printer port. Drivers also offer various printer settings. As your printer port, you can choose KPrint Port for direct, "peer-to-peer"...
  • Page 20 2/6 ページ Figure 2. Selection of Local or Network Printer 4. The screen for printer port selection is displayed. Choose Create a new port. In Type of port, select KPrint Port from the dropdown menu and click Next. Figure 3. Printer Port Selection file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\install_printer_...
  • Page 21 Search to display a list of the IB-23 on the network and select the IB-23 to connect. Click Next. Figure 5. Address Input in the KPrint Add Port Wizard 7. The port name of the destination printer is displayed. Confirm the name and click Next. file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\install_printer_...
  • Page 22 Figure 7. Confirmation Screen in the KPrint Add Port Wizard 9. After the printer software installation screen is displayed, click Have Disk. The screen for installation from floppy disk is displayed. Click Browse. After the file selection dialog is displayed, navigate to My Computer > CD-ROM Drive >...
  • Page 23 10. After the printer drivers on the CD-ROM are listed, select the model of your printer and click Next. 11. In the screen for naming the printer, make sure the model name is displayed in the printer name field and click Next.
  • Page 24 Installing the Printer Drivers After the printer driver is installed, a message to restart your computer may be displayed depending on the operating system. In this case, follow the instructions and restart your computer. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\install_printer_... Figure 9. Completing the Add Printer Wizard 6/6 ページ...
  • Page 25 Select Print by using Raw mode when using a port other than 9100 in the logical printer mode you want use. NetBEUI peer-to-peer printing is most often utilized when a centralized NetWare or Windows print server is not present.
  • Page 26 Creating a KPrint Port for TCP/IP Printing The KPrint Port is a printer port you create in Windows to print from the printer driver to the network card's IP address. This is why we include KPrint, a dedicated utility for the IB-23. KPrint enables you to create the TCP/IP port.
  • Page 27 Windows Printing: TCP/IP 3/4 ページ Figure 2. Specifying IP Address for the Port 4. Click Next. Destination printer port name is displayed. file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\windows_printi... 2006/05/26...
  • Page 28 Installing the Printer in Windows Installing the Printer in Windows 98/Me After you have successfully created a KPrint port in Windows, you are ready to point the printer driver to print to the port. Before proceeding, make sure that: The IB-23 is installed in the printer properly and the printer is powered up. To install the interface card, see Installing the IB-23 Network Card.
  • Page 29 The IB-23 supports master-browsing in Windows Network Neighborhood . Once the IB-23 is physically installed in the printer and connected to the network, the IB-23 will create a Windows workgroup called KM-NetPrinters in Network Neighborhood, or it will join in this workgroup if it already exists.
  • Page 30 Setting Up NetBEUI Printing Once your PC has been configured to support the NetBEUI protocol, you are ready to connect the PC to the printer. This is done by installing the printer driver for the NetBEUI printer in the manner described below.
  • Page 31: Configuring Netbeui

    The IB-23 you have configured will be found in the Windows Printers folder (Start, Settings, and Printers). Configuring NetBEUI You can use a web browser to set up the printer name and workgroup name used by NetBEUI. For details, refer to the section on Using a Web Browser to Manage the 1.
  • Page 32 My Network. When the option is not selected, the print system is added to an existing workgroup. The printer and host names on the TCP/IP General tab (Protocols > TCP/IP > General) are interrelated. If you want to change the NetBEUI printer name, change the TCP/IP host name as well.
  • Page 33 Windows Printing: NetBEUI 5/5 ページ 6. Click Submit, and the settings are complete. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\windows_printi... 2006/05/26...
  • Page 34: E-mail Printing

    Printer wizard (Local printer is selected for ports created by KPrint). A common implementation is to configure a shared printer to send print jobs to a printer in a remote office via the e-mail port created by KPrint. Users can then easily connect to the shared printer using only the Windows Add Printer wizard and send print jobs to the remote office.
  • Page 35 15 minutes. The minimum interval is 3 minutes. 6. Click User 1 and complete the entry as follows. User 1 Click On. Enter the e-mail address for the printer, e.g. fs6950@widgets.com. E-mail address Enter the IP address or the host name for the mail server. POP3 Server...
  • Page 36 Windows clients that want to send print jobs via e-mail use the KPrint utility to create the e-mail printer port. If you have already installed KPrint in Windows: 1. Run the KPrint Add Port wizard by selecting Windows Start>All Programs>Kyocera, then click KPrint Add Port. Go to step 3 below.
  • Page 37 E-mail Printing 4. Select Print using E-mail and click Next. 5. A description of the e-mail printing function is displayed. Click Next. A screen for setting the sender information is displayed. 6. Complete the following information... Enter the name of the person that will be sending print jobs. The Sender Name will appea Sender Name the print job cover page.
  • Page 38 Select the Display the print job cover page dialog checkbox to enable the cover page Cover Page dialog. ! Note: The cover page dialog also allows changing the destination printer or sending the job to multiple printers. ! Note: If the cover page has been disabled on the page will not be printed, even when the KPrint cover page dialog is displayed.
  • Page 39 Connect the Printer to the E-mail Port In the following section, it is assumed that you have already installed the printer driver for the IB-23 printer and the printer is already created in the Windows Printers and Faxes folder from the Start menu. If you have not done so, install the printer driver from the CD-ROM supplied with the printer.
  • Page 40 Figure 6. Windows Printers folder 2. Right click the printer and select Properties from the pull down menu. The Properties dialog will open. In the Port tab, select the e-mail port. An e-mail port can be identified by the label [KPrint E-Mail Port].
  • Page 41 E-mail Printing 8/11 ページ Figure 7. Printer Properties dialog 3. Click on Configure Port to open the KPrint Port configuration dialog. Figure 8. Port Configuration file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\email.htm 2006/05/26...
  • Page 42 SMTP Authentication, settings as necessary. Click OK. The printer is connected to the e-mail port and ready to accept print jobs. Printing Jobs via the E-mail Port To send an e-mail print job, simply print as you normally would, i.e. File, Print.
  • Page 43 The Printing System E-mail Address may be modified to send the print job to a differen Printing System E- mail Address printer. Enter multiple Printing System E-mail Addresses separated by a semicolon(;) to send the print job to multiple printers. Enter the Subject and Text that will be printed on the cover page.
  • Page 44 Sending E-mail Directly from an E-mail Application You can directly send e-mail to the printer e-mail address and print its message and attachments. The file types allowed for attachments are plain text (.txt), printable (.prn), PostScript (.ps), and PDF (.pdf). Attachments of other file types are ignored and discarded.
  • Page 45: Netware Printing

    NWAdmin. Accessing the IB-23 with a Web Browser Setting Up Print Server Mode Setting Up Remote Printer Mode Sending Jobs to the Print Queue Accessing the IB-23 with a Web Browser You can use a web browser to configure the parameters used in NetWare server mode. For details, refer to the section Using a Web Browser to Manage the 1.
  • Page 46 Figure 1. COMMAND CENTER Basic NetWare Settings Page 5. Complete each field for the NetWare mode you will use. The parameters that apply to both print server mode and remote printer mode are as follows. NetWare Protocol Choose whether NetWare protocol is enabled (On) or disabled (Off).
  • Page 47: Setting Up Remote Printer Mode

    Set the timeout to complete jobs in remote printer mode in a range of 4-255 seconds. Sending Jobs to the Print Queue The created print queue is selected as the destination printer port of the printer driver. If no printer driver is installed, follow these steps to install one.
  • Page 48 NetWare Printing 6. After the Windows Add Printer Wizard is displayed, follow the instructions to install the printer driver. 7. After the printer driver is installed, click Finish. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\netware_printi... Figure 2. Installing Printer Drivers 4/4 ページ 2006/05/26...
  • Page 49: Macintosh Printing

    Macintosh environments use the PostScript language, so printers must be set up for KPDL emulation. KPDL is standard on most Kyocera printers, but some models require additional memory (available as an option), and a few do not support KPDL. Models that do not support KPDL cannot be used for Macintosh printing. For details, contact your dealer.
  • Page 50: Configuring Printers

    To configure a printer in a Macintosh environment, in the method described above, associate the standard Mac OS LaserWriter 8 driver for the printer installed on an AppleTalk network with the corresponding PPD file, which includes the functions and information for that particular printer.
  • Page 51 Follow these steps in Mac OS 8. 1. Insert the CD-ROM bundled with the printer in the CD drive. 2. Double-click on FS-Series Installer. The PPD file will be copied to the Printer Descriptions folder in the Mac OS Extensions folder.
  • Page 52: Unix Printing

    Configuring the hosts File An entry in the hosts file provides the name to IP address mapping which allows the use of the printer name rather than the IP address. If your network uses DNS for name resolution, then you may not need to edit the hosts file.
  • Page 53 This section explains how to setup printing in Solaris 2.5x and earlier versions. The instructions below are for Solaris 2.4. The commands and paths listed in the following procedures may vary slightly depending upon the OS version. A Remote Printer cannot be configured in OpenWindows using the Admintool. It should be setup using the following procedure: Configuring the Print System 1.
  • Page 54 1. Login as root. # login root 2. Disable the print spooler. #/usr/lib/lpshut 3. Add the following line to the /etc/inetd.conf file. printer stream tcp nowait root /usr/lib/rlpdaemon -i 4. Restart inetd. #/etc/inetd -c Configuring the Print Queue 1. Create the print queue.
  • Page 55 1. Execute smit and select "Add Print Queues". #smit mkrque 2. From the list, select "remote" (printer connected to remote host). 3. Select "Standard processing" from the list. 4. Setup the following items on the "Add a Standard Remote Print Queue" screen. (For items other than the ones below, modify as necessary according to your environment.)
  • Page 56 Print server name :lp=:rm=sales820ptr:rp=lp1:\ lp= print device; this is blank when a remote printer is specified. rm= remote printer host name as entered in the /etc/hosts file. rp= remote printer; use the IB-23 logical port name of lp1. :sd=/usr/spool/sales820q:\...
  • Page 57 Unix Printing # lpc restart sales820q Printing To send a print file to the queue defined above, enter: # lpr -P sales820q file name Canceling a Print Job To cancel a print job currently in the queue, enter: # lprm -P sales820q job id Checking the Queue Status To check the queue status, enter: # lpq -P sales820q...
  • Page 58 3. Select ASCII or BINARY transfer mode. BINARY mode should be used to transfer print files generated by a printer driver. ASCII mode is used to transfer text based files and automatically converts LF (linefeed) codes to CR+LF (carriage return, linefeed) codes.
  • Page 59 Unix Printing 5. Close the ftp session. ftp>quit Confirming ftp Connection Status The quote command may be used to confirm the IB-23 IP address, connected user name, and transfer mode, as shown in the following example. ftp>quote stat 211-FTP server status: Connected to: 192.168.30.161 User logged in: guest Transfer type: BINARY...
  • Page 60: Administrator Account

    Firmware Updates Administrator Account The Administrator (Admin) account is the master access account. It controls access to the printer and networking configuration from all setup and management utilities including the HTML web pages. ! Note: The factory default for the IB-23 is no password. Setting the Admin password is highly recommended to prevent unauthorized changes to the printer and networking configuration.
  • Page 61 The IB-23 offers the capability to filter IP traffic by source address, allowing only authorized addresses access to specific protocols. For example, an IP filter could be set for HTTP so only specific addresses could access the printer's HTML web pages.
  • Page 62 The IP filter can be configured from the internal webpage in the IB-23. Follow these steps to configure it with a web browser. 1. In the web browser address bar, enter the printer's IP address to display the printer webpage. 2. Click the Advanced tab. The webpage for TCP/IP General setting is displayed.
  • Page 63 A certificate for use with the encryption can also be created using the built-in IB-23 web pages. This can be used in applications where there is a limit on the printer usage, because the certificate can be given an expiration date. The certificate is a print server certificate, and does not place any restrictions on clients.
  • Page 64 Secure Network Printing Settings in Windows On Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003, the path to the printer that the IB-23 is installed in can be configured using the IPP client that is included with Windows. This allows the print data to be encrypted before being sent to the printer.
  • Page 65 Security Figure 5. Local or Network Printer Selection Screen 4. Select Connect to a printer on the Internet or on a home or office network and then enter the URL of the printer in the format https://(Printer IP Address)/ipp/(lp). 5. Click Next.
  • Page 66: Firmware Updates

    IBVERUP IBVERUP is a standalone utility specifically for updating firmware. It is usually distributed with the updated firmware. To prevent accidental or malicious updates with IBVERUP, you can configure the printer webpage to reject IBVERUP updates. Use the web browser to disable IBVERUP updates by choosing the Off radio button of the Allow firmware updates via...
  • Page 67: Compatible Web Browsers

    This section describes how to manage the IB-23 using a web browser. 1.COMMAND CENTER Overview 2.Start Page 3.Basic Page 4.Printer Page 5.Advanced Page 6.Troubleshooting 1. COMMAND CENTER Overview Configure and monitor the IB-23 from the unit's internal webpage, through the COMMAND CENTER. The COMMAND CENTER is your web interface for managing the IB-23 from your computer.
  • Page 68: Start Page

    For configuring settings applicable to all aspects of IB-23 operation, such as the default, security, and basic network settings. This section describes settings applicable to the printer's printing functions, as well as settings for sending print data to the printer.
  • Page 69 Displayed for multilingual versions of the COMMAND CENTER. Choose the desired language from the drop down list. Displays the printer status on the operation panel. To update the information, click the Refresh button. Shows roughly how much toner is left.
  • Page 70: Status Page

    For checking basic printer settings. For details, access the Basic Page and the Printer Page. For checking settings that are common to all of the printer interfaces. For details, access the Basic Page and the Printer Page. For checking settings that are specific to each of the printer interfaces. For details, access the Printer Page.
  • Page 71: Basic Page

    You can restrict access to this page by setting an administrator password. Refer to Security for details. file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\card_homepag... Description Click this link to access the website for driver downloads. Click this link to access the Kyocera Mita website. Figure 2. COMMAND CENTER Basic Page 5/19 ページ 2006/05/26...
  • Page 72: Device Defaults

    Partial Lock: Restricts use of the printer's MENU key. Unlock: All keys may be used. Choose the time until the printer switches into sleep mode. The supported range is 5-240 minutes. The default setting varies depending on the printer. The sleep mode can be switched on and off. By default, it is on. To disable sleep mode, follow these steps.
  • Page 73 Using a Web Browser to Manage the IB-23 2. Enter the desired password in the new password field. 3. Re-enter the same password in the confirmation field. 4. Click Submit at the bottom of the page. 3-3. Network From the Network page, you can configure settings required for network printing. For more advanced settings, refer to the Advanced Page and go to Protocols >...
  • Page 74: Printer Page

    4. Printer Page This page includes settings applicable to the printer's printing functions, as well as settings for sending print data to the printer. You can restrict access to this page by setting an administrator password. Refer to Security on the basic settings page for details.
  • Page 75 4-4. Defaults > FRPO Parameters > I/F Independent The FRPO Parameters are a variety of printer settings that are stored in the internal memory of the printer. The I/F Independent Page of the FRPO Parameters is used to change the FRPO parameters that are common to all of the interfaces.
  • Page 76: Advanced Page

    Description Click the Browse button to select a file. Files with the extensions *.ps, *.prn, *.pdf, and *.txt are supported. For PostScript and PDF files, set the printer emulation to KPDL or KPDL (AUTO). Enter the text for printing in the input field. Up to 255 characters can be entered.
  • Page 77 5-3. Protocols > TCP/IP > Logical Printers The IB-23 can be used as a virtual printer that adds or replaces strings (commands) at the start or end of job data. You can configure up to four logical printers.
  • Page 78 5-5. Protocols > NetWare > Bindery Services You can register the file server in print server mode and the print server in remote printer mode that are connected by the print system. If none are registered, network discovery is performed at startup, and the first servers (up to eight) are automatically connected.
  • Page 79 My Network. When the option is not selected, the print system is added to an existing workgroup. The printer and host names on the TCP/IP General tab (Protocols > TCP/IP > General) are interrelated. If you want to change the NetBEUI printer name, change the TCP/IP host name as well.
  • Page 80 For designating the subject name of e-mail messages with reports sent from the IB- 23. This field also supports variable strings such as "%printer" (the model name) and "%serial" (the serial number).
  • Page 81 Using a Web Browser to Manage the IB-23 5-11. Management/E-mail> POP3 > User (1-3) For configuring user and password settings to print from e-mail. You can enter up to 3 user accounts. Additionally, you can restrict printing of received e-mail messages depending on the file size and the content of Subject, To, Cc, and From. It is also possible to print file attachments.
  • Page 82 Trap IP Address Trap IPX Address Selected Errors 5-14. Management/E-mail > Maintenance A printer maintenance request mail can be sent periodically to a specified address. Item Equipment ID file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\card_homepag... Enter the username used by SNMPv3. Maximum of 32 single-byte characters.
  • Page 83 Using a Web Browser to Manage the IB-23 Recipient Address Subject E-mail Interval Run once now 5-15. Security > Account Setup Refer to 3-2. Security. 5-16. Security > Encryption > General Communication between the PC and IB-23 is encrypted using the SSL protocol. Item Authentication Privacy Mode...
  • Page 84: Troubleshooting

    Enter the city or locality where the user resides. Example: Setagaya Enter the organization to which the user belongs. Example: Kyocera Mita Corporation Enter the unit within the organization to which the user belongs. Example: Sales Enter an arbitrary name to represent the printer.
  • Page 85 CENTER does not display supported by the COMMAND properly CENTER? Cannot access the Basic Has the administrator set a Page, Printer Page, or password? If so, you must Advanced Page enter it. The settings I made are not Did you click the Submit...
  • Page 86 E-mail Reports via SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) E-mail Reports via SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) The IB-23 SMTP support enables the printer to send a variety of error and status reports via e-mail to selected recipients. This section covers the following topics:...
  • Page 87 2. Enter the Subject. The subject is the text that will appear in the subject line of all e-mails sent from the printer. Any file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\smtp.htm Figure 1.
  • Page 88 The printer uses an internal POP3 mail client to send e-mail. By default, Exchange will accept and deliver POP3 e-mail within the organization, however, e-mail from a POP3 client addressed to a recipient outside the organization will be rejected unless routing is enabled.
  • Page 89: E-mail Reports

    A variety of report types are available. See the following sections for descriptions of the various report types: Error Notification Scheduled Reports Error Notification The printer can be configured to send e-mail notifications whenever any error conditions occur. Setup error notification after configuring the SMTP connection.
  • Page 90 4. In Scheduled Report Interval, choose to send reports monthly, weekly, daily, or hourly. !Note:Monthly, weekly, and daily options are only valid when the printer has access to a network time server. The current time can be set from the Basic tab of the COMMAND CENTER, in Time.
  • Page 91 E-mail Reports via SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) 6/6 ページ Figure 5. SMTP Scheduled Reports Information on the items you select in Scheduled Report Items will be sent to you as an e-mail attachment following the schedule report. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\smtp.htm 2006/05/26...
  • Page 92: Snmp (simple Network Management Protocol)

    When using SNMP, make sure that: The TCP/IP protocol is installed on the PC from which you want to manage the IB-23 via SNMP. The IB-23 is physically installed and the printer is powered on. The IP address has been configured properly for the IB-23.
  • Page 93 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Figure 1. COMMAND CENTER SNMP Settings Page 5. Complete each field. The fields are described below SNMPv3 User Name Authentication Protocol Authentication Password Privacy Password SNMPv1/v2c Read Community file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\SNMP.htm Enables (On) or disables (Off) SNMPv3. The SNMPv3 protocol provides security using DES encryption and MD5/SHA authentication.
  • Page 94 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Write Community sysContact sysName sysLocation HP Web Jetadmin Compatibility 6. Click Submit. 7. Click Trap. 8. Fill in each of the fields. A description of each of the fields is given below. Authentication Traps Trap Community Trap IP Address Trap IPX Address Selected Errors...
  • Page 95 Configuration Using ftp 1/5 ページ Configuration Using ftp Ftp may be used for reading the IB-23 configuration and also for modifying the IB-23 configuration. Why use ftp? Since the IB-23 can be conveniently configured using a web browser, why use ftp? The primary benefit of ftp configuration is that it offers the ability to easily copy settings from one IB-23 to another.
  • Page 96 Configuration Using ftp The violet colored text in Figure 1 shows user input. The following directions correspond with the red numbers in Figure 1. 1. Change to the directory that you would like the configuration file to be copied to. 2.
  • Page 97 Configuration Using ftp IPFILTER4 Start Address IPFILTER4 End Address IPFILTER4 Protocol IPFILTER5 Start Address IPFILTER5 End Address IPFILTER5 Protocol ! Note: The Admin password is not written to the config file for security reasons, however, the Admin password can be set using the config file by eliminating the semicolon and entering a password string, for example: Admin Password = "mypassword"...
  • Page 98 In place of mypassword enter your admin password. When this procedure is completed, it is recommended to remove the password from the file to avoid the risk of a security breach. 2. Create a batch file called IB23set.bat with a line to connect to each target printer as follows: @echo on ftp -n -s:IB23set.txt 10.10.10.200...
  • Page 99 Configuration Using ftp 5/5 ページ 221 Quit. Figure 4. Sample log.txt File By using the batch file, it is simple to send a config file with new settings to all IB-23 in the batch file and determine any failures by viewing the log.txt file. Top of page file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\ftp.htm 2006/05/26...
  • Page 100: Troubleshooting

    Check the IB-23 and verify that the green link light is on and the red data light is flashing (receiving data). Turn the printer off, then on again. Try printing from another PC or to another network printer to help determine if the problem is with the PC or the printer.
  • Page 101: Macintosh Printing

    If the IB-23 received its IP address from a DHCP or BOOTP server, its lease may have expired and a new IP address assigned. To assign the IP address to a particular printer, access the COMMAND CENTER (the IB-23's internal webpage) and click Off-radio buttons in the DHCP and BOOTP. For more information, see the DHCP section in Setting the IP Address Information.
  • Page 102: Resetting To Factory Defaults

    End of Job String field. To access the End of Job String in the browser: 1. Connect to the IB-23 home page, e.g. http://192.168.40.17 2. Select Printer Control and enter the following command in the End of Job String: \x04 Resetting to Factory Defaults...
  • Page 103 Troubleshooting 4. Remove and fit the jumper so that the pins of terminal SW2 are short-circuited. 5. Install the IB-23 in the printer. 6. Power up the printer. 7. Turn printer power off. 8. Remove the IB-23 from the printer.
  • Page 104 Copyright IB-23 User's Manual Version 1.0 Copyright ©2006 KYOCERA MITA Corporation file://F:\USERMAN\EXPORT\Option\IB-23\P6以降用完了分\html\English\cpyright_E.htm 1/1 ページ 2006/05/26...

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