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    2450 ® Reference Guide 4139-7748-01A 1800773-001A...

  • Page 2: Copyright Notice

    KONICA MINOLTA. The information contained in this guide is intended for use with the KONICA MINOLTA magicolor 2450 printers only.

  • Page 3: Software License Agreement

    SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT This package contains the following materials provided by Konica Minolta Business Technolo- gies, Inc. (KMBT): software included as part of the printing system, the digitally-encoded machine-readable outline data encoded in the special format and in the encrypted form (“Font Programs”), other software which runs on a computer system for use in conjunction with the...

  • Page 4: About Adobe Color Profile

    11. Notice to Government End Users: The Software is a “commercial item,” as that term is defined at 48 C.F.R.2.101, consisting of “commercial computer software” and “commercial computer software documentation,” as such terms are used in 48 C.F.R. 12.212. Consis- tent with 48 C.F.R.

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    4. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY Adobe licenses the Software to you on an “AS IS” basis. Adobe makes no representation as to the adequacy of the Software for any particular pur- pose or to produce any particular result. Adobe shall not be liable for loss or damage aris- ing out of this Agreement or from the distribution or use of the Software or any other materials.

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    9. GOVERNING LAW This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the substantive laws in force in the State of California as such laws are applied to agree- ments entered into and to be performed entirely within California between California resi- dents.

  • Page 7: Openssl Statement

    5. All company names and product names used in this document is the trademarks or regis- tered trademarks of their respective holder. This ICC Profile made by GretagMacbeth ProfileMaker and granted TOYO INK certain license to distribute by GretagMacbeth AG. TOYO Offset Coated 2.0 ©...

  • Page 8: Original Ssleay License

    This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com). Original SSLeay License Copyright (c) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved. This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The imple- mentation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.

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    THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SER- VICES;...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    1 Operation on Mac OS X ..................1 System Requirements for the Printer Driver 2 Installing the Printer Driver 3 Installing the magicolor 2450 Printer Driver Printer Setup Utility Settings 6 When Using a USB Connection When Using a Network Connection...

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    Scheduler Paper Handling ColorSync Cover Page Error Handling Paper Feed Quality Adjustment Settings Image Graphics Text Simulation Summary Troubleshooting 38 2 Operation on Mac OS 9 ...................41 System Requirements for the Printer Driver 42 Installing the Printer Driver 43 Selecting the Printer in the Chooser 45 Specifying Page Setup Settings 47 Page Attributes Options Specifying a Custom Paper Size 48...

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    3 Operation on Linux ..................71 System Requirements for the Printer Driver 72 Installing PPD File From the Command Line 73 Adding the Printer 74 Specifying Printer Driver Settings 76 Displaying the Settings Page Printer Driver Settings Basic Features 77 Details 78 Installed Options 79 Banners 80...

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    Port 9100 108 SMTP 108 Printing via IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) – Windows Server 2003/XP/ 2000 Adding an IPP Port using Add Printer Wizard 109 Troubleshooting 111 7 Using PageScope Web Connection .............113 About PageScope Web Connection 114 Display Language Requirements Setting Up the Printer Web Page 116 Determining the Printer Name...

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    Print Page Local Interface 154 Default Setting 155 Download Font/Form 161 Network Page Ethernet 165 Request a certificate 179 Certificate Signing Request Data 181 Install a Certificate 182 Encryption Strength 183 Remove Certificate 184 SSL/TLS Mode 185 Accounting Page Printer-based Job Accounting (shown above) 186 Printer-based Error Accounting 188 Contents...

  • Page 17: Operation On Mac Os X

    Operation on Mac OS X...

  • Page 18: System Requirements For The Printer Driver

    System Requirements for the Printer Driver Before installing the printer driver, make sure that your system meets the fol- lowing system requirements. Computer Apple Macintosh computer with a PowerPC G3 or later processor (PowerPC G4 or later is recommended) Connecting the computer USB connection, network connection and printer (10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T)

  • Page 19: Installing The Printer Driver

    Complete the installation according to the instructions in the dialog boxes that appear. Insert the magicolor 2450 Software Utilities CD-ROM in the CD/DVD drive of your Macintosh. Double-click the CD icon on the desk top, drivers folder, mac folder, OSX folder, and then double click the mc2450PS Installer icon.

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    Check the details of the License Agreement, and click Accept if you agree to the terms of the license. Click Install Software. The Install 2450 dialog box appears. Installing the Printer Driver...

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    Click Install. Installation starts. Installing the Printer Driver...

  • Page 22: Printer Setup Utility Settings

    Printer Setup Utility Settings When Using a USB Connection Use a USB cable to connect the printer to your computer. Check that the printer is turned on, and then restart the computer. Open Printer Setup Utility, which can be accessed by clicking Macintosh HD, then Applications, then Utilities.

  • Page 23: Printer Setup Utility Settings

    If magicolor2450 does not appear, check that the printer is turned on and the USB cable is connected, and then restart the computer. Select KONICA MINOLTA from the Printer Model pop-up menu. Select KONICA MINOLTA mc2450 PPD from Model Name list.

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    Click Add. The new printer appears in the Printer List screen. Printer Setup Utility Settings...

  • Page 25: When Using A Network Connection

    When Using a Network Connection The network connection settings can be specified in one of two ways: AppleTalk Setting and IP Printing Setting. AppleTalk Setting Connect the printer to an Ethernet network. Open Printer Setup Utility, which can be accessed by clicking Macintosh HD, then Applications, then Utilities.

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    Select magicolor2450 from the Name list. Select KONICA MINOLTA from the Printer Model pop-up list. Printer Setup Utility Settings...

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    Click Add. The new printer appears in the Printer List screen. Printer Setup Utility Settings...

  • Page 28: Ip Printing Setting

    IP Printing Setting Connect the printer to an Ethernet network. Open Printer Setup Utility, which can be accessed by clicking Macintosh HD, then Applications, then Utilities. Click Add in the Printer List. Select IP Printing from the pop-up menu. Printer Setup Utility Settings...

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    Select LPD/LPR from the Printer Type pop-up menu. Enter the IP address for the printer in the Printer Address text box. Enter “lp” in the Queue Name text box. Select KONICA MINOLTA from the Printer Model pop-up menu. Printer Setup Utility Settings...

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    Select KONICA MINOLTA mc2450 PPD in the Model Name list. Click Add. The new printer appears in the Printer List screen. Printer Setup Utility Settings...

  • Page 31: Selecting Print Options

    Selecting Print Options Open Printer Setup Utility, which can be accessed by clicking Macintosh HD, then Applications, then Utilities. Select this printer in the Printer List, and then select Show Info from the Printers menu. Select Installable Options from the pop-up menu. Selecting Print Options...

  • Page 32: Selecting Print Options

    Select the appropriate settings in the Tray 2, Optional Hard Disk, Optional Duplexer check boxes according to your printer setup, and then click Apply Changes. Close the Printer Info dialog box. Selecting Print Options...

  • Page 33: Specifying Page Setup Settings

    Specifying Page Setup Settings The following dialog box appears when Page Setup... is selected from the File menu in the application being used. Select Page Setup... from the File menu. The Page Setup dialog box appears. Select this printer in the Format for pop-up menu. You can select the following sections from the Settings pop-up menu.

  • Page 34: Page Attributes Options

    Page Attributes Options The Page Attributes section is used to specify the settings for the paper size, scaling, and print orientation. Paper Size Select the desired paper size from the Paper Size pop-up menu. Orientation Select either a vertical or horizontal page orientation for printouts. Scale If you want to enlarge or reduce the size of the printout, enter the scale ratio here (1-400%)

  • Page 35: Custom Paper Size Options

    Custom Paper Size Options The Custom Paper Size section is used to specify the dimensions for a cus- tom paper size. Click this button to create a new custom paper size. Duplicate Click this button to duplicate (copy) the settings of an existing custom paper size and create a new custom paper size based on those settings.

  • Page 36: Summary

    Summary The Summary is used to check the currently selected Page Attributes set- tings. Specifying Page Setup Settings...

  • Page 37: Specifying Print Settings

    Specifying Print Settings The following dialog box appears when Print... is selected from the File menu in the application being used. Select Print... from the File menu. The Print dialog box appears. Select this printer in the Printer pop-up menu. The Print dialog box is used to specify the following print options.

  • Page 38: Print Dialog Box

    Print Dialog Box Section Description Copies & Pages This section contains options for the number of copies to be printed and the range of pages to print. Layout This section contains options for specifying the page layout when printing and the setting for double-sided printing.

  • Page 39: Common Buttons

    No warning message will be displayed if options cannot be used together are selected. Common buttons ? (Help button) This displays help information about the Print dialog box. Preview Click this button to view a preview image of the printout, to check that the print options are set correctly.

  • Page 40: Copies & Pages

    Copies & Pages The Copies & Pages section is used to specify the number of copies to print and the range of pages to print. Copies This specifies the number of copies to be printed. If the Collated check- box is selected, all pages in the documents are printed as sets of print- outs.

  • Page 41: Layout

    Layout The Layout section is used to specify the page layout when printing and the setting for double-sided printing. Pages per Sheet Specifies the number of pages to be printed on one sheet of paper. For example, if 2 is selected, two pages are printed on one sheet of paper. Layout Direction If you are printing more than one page per sheet, this specifies the direc- tion and order the pages should be arranged on each sheet of paper.

  • Page 42: Output Options

    To print on both sides of the paper, Duplex Option must be selected under Installable Options (p. 15). The Long-Edge Biding check box or Short-Edge Biding check box can be selected even when the Duplex Option is not installed. How- ever, in this case, the print job will be cancelled.

  • Page 43: Scheduler

    Scheduler The Scheduler section is used to specify the timing and priority for printing jobs. Print Document Now: Select this option to begin printing immediately. Specify the time to begin printing. On Hold: Select this option to hold the print job. Priority Select the priority for printing jobs that are being held.

  • Page 44: Paper Handling

    Paper Handling The Paper Handling section is used to specify the pages that are to be printed and the order in which the pages are printed. Reverse page order Select this check box to print in the reverse page order. Print All pages: Select this option to print all pages.

  • Page 45: Colorsync

    ColorSync Color Conversion Allows you to select host-based color matching or printer-based color matching. Quartz Filter Allows you to select Quartz Filter. Cover Page Print Cover Page Allows you to set cover page before or after document. Cover Page Type Allows you to select cover page type.

  • Page 46: Error Handling

    Billing Info Allows you to set billing information printed on cover page. Error Handling PostScript Errors Allows you to select whether or not a report is outputted when a Post- Script error occurs. Tray Switching This feature is not available with this printer. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 47: Paper Feed

    Paper Feed The Paper Feed section is used to specify the paper feed setting. All pages from All pages in the document are printed using the paper in the specified paper tray. First page from The first page of the document is printed on paper from a paper tray differ- ent from the tray used to print the rest of the document.

  • Page 48: Quality Adjustment Settings

    Quality Adjustment Settings Quick Color Allows you to select a color preset. Resolution Allows you to select the resolution to be used when printing a document. Paper Type Allows you to select the type of paper on which the print image will be printed.

  • Page 49: Image

    Image Image RGB Source Allows you to select RGB color profiles for images. Image RGB Intent Allows you to select RGB intent for images. Image Halftone Allows you to select halftone for images. Hide Details Click this button to hide the Detailed Settings tabs and display the Quality Adjustment Settings pane.

  • Page 50: Graphics

    Graphics Graphics Setting Allows you to select settings for text. Hide Details Click this button to hide the Detailed Settings tabs and display the Quality Adjustment Settings pane. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 51: Text

    Text Text RGB Profile Allows you to select RGB color profiles for text. Text RGB Intent Allows you to select RGB intent for text. Text RGB Gray Treatment Allows you to select RGB gray treatment for text. Text Halftones Allows you to select halftone for text. Hide Details Click this button to hide the Detailed Settings tabs and display the Quality Adjustment Settings pane.

  • Page 52: Simulation

    Simulation Simulation Profile Allows you to select Source Profile for simulation. Simulation Gray Treatment Allows you to select Simulation gray treatment. Match Paper Color Allows you to set Match Paper Color. Hide Details Click this button to hide the Detailed Settings tabs and display the Quality Adjustment Settings pane.

  • Page 53: Summary

    Summary The Summary is used to check the currently selected print settings. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 54: Troubleshooting

    Click the following files, and then select Get ber of the printer driver. Info from the File menu. For Mac OS X 10.3: /Library/Printers/KONICAMINOLTA/PDEs/ KONICA MINOLTA mc2450 Color.plugin For Mac OS X 10.2: /Library/Printers/PPD Plugins/KONICA MINOLTA mc2450 Color.plugin The dialog box displays...

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    Symptom Solution When printing multiple cop- When printing multiple copies of multiple ies of multiple pages on a pages on a single sheet of paper, Collated single sheet of paper with cannot be selected. Collated selected, the pages are printed continu- ously.

  • Page 57: Operation On Mac Os 9

    Operation on Mac OS 9...

  • Page 58: System Requirements For The Printer Driver

    System Requirements for the Printer Driver Before installing the printer driver, make sure that your system meets the fol- lowing system requirements. Computer Apple Macintosh computer with a Pow- erPC G3 or later processor (PowerPC G4 or later is recommended) Connection between computer USB connection and printer...

  • Page 59: Installing The Printer Driver

    Installing the Printer Driver Insert the magicolor 2450 Software Utilities CD-ROM in the CD/DVD drive of your Macintosh. Double-click the mc2450PS Installer icon. The installer for the printer driver starts up. When using Mac OS X, start up the Classic environment before installing the printer driver.

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    Click Install Software. The Install 2450 dialog box appears. Click Install. The installer installs the printer driver. Installation starts. After the installation has been completed, click Quit. This completes the installation of the magicolor 2450 printer driver. Installing the Printer Driver...

  • Page 61: Selecting The Printer In The Chooser

    Selecting the Printer in the Chooser Connect the printer and computer. If you are using a USB connection, use the USB cable to connect the printer and your computer. If you are using a network connection, use an 10Base-T/100Base-TX/ 1000Base-T cable to connect the printer to a Ethernet network. Select Chooser from the Apple menu.

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    Click Create. The printer setup dialog box appears. Select the options that are installed, and then click OK. The icon for the magicolor 2450 appears on the desktop. With a USB connection, 2450 appears. With a network connection, KONICA MINOLTA magicolor2450 appears.

  • Page 63: Specifying Page Setup Settings

    Specifying Page Setup Settings The Page Setup dialog box appears when Page Setup... is selected from the File menu. Page Attributes Options The Page Attributes section is used to specify the options for the Paper Size, scaling, and page orientation. Paper Select the desired Paper Size from the Paper pop-up menu.

  • Page 64: Specifying A Custom Paper Size

    Specifying a Custom Paper Size You can also specify a paper size that is not listed in the Paper Size pop-up menu. Select Custom Paper Sizes... from the pop-up menu, in the Page Setup dialog box. The Edit Paper Sizes dialog box appears. Click New.

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    Enter a name for the custom paper size in the Custom Page Size Name field, enter the dimensions in the Width and Height fields, enter the mar- gins in Margins fields, and then click OK. The default units used for the dimensions for Width, Height and Mar- gins is inches.

  • Page 66: Specifying Print Settings

    Specifying Print Settings The following dialog box appears when Print... is selected from the File menu in the application being used. You can specify the following options from the Print dialog box. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 67: Print Dialog Box Options

    Print Dialog Box Options Section Description General This section contains options for the number of copies to be printed, the paper source, and the range of pages to be printed. Background Printing This section contains options for spooling the print data for background or foreground print- ing and the document printing time.

  • Page 68: Common Buttons

    No warning message will be displayed if options that cannot be used together are selected. Common buttons Preview Click this button to view a preview image of the printout, to check that the print options are set correctly. Cancel Click this button to close the Print dialog box without applying any of the settings.

  • Page 69: General Options

    General Options Copies Allows you to specify how many copies of the print job you want printed. Collated If this item is selected, your print job is collated (one complete copy of the document is printed before the next copy is printed). Left unselected, the printing is uncollated.

  • Page 70: Background Printing

    Background Printing Print In Allows you to choose between printing in foreground and printing in back- ground. Printing in background creates a spool file that is temporarily saved on your computer until the print job is ready to be processed. This allows you to continue working in your applications while the print job is processing.

  • Page 71: Color Matching

    Color Matching Print Color Allows you to choose from the color configurations available on your com- puter. Intent Allows you to specify the color matching configuration or allow for auto- matic configuration. This item is disabled (grayed out) unless ColorSync Color Matching is the selected Print Color setting.

  • Page 72: Cover Page

    Cover Page Print Cover Page Lets you choose whether to print a cover page, and specify Page the placement of the cover page in relation to the remaining pages of the print job. Cover Page Paper Source Allows you to select the paper tray containing the cover Paper Source page media.

  • Page 73: Font Settings

    Font Settings Font Documentation – Annotate Font Keys: Allows you to determine if the font keys are annotated. Font Downloading – Preferred Format: Allows you to select the preferred font format. – Always download needed fonts: If selected, fonts should always be downloaded to the printer. Printer fonts are not used.

  • Page 74: Job Logging

    Job Logging If there is a PostScript error Allows you to select whether or not a report is outputted when a Post- Script error occurs. Job Documentation Allows you to specify generating a job copy in the folder specified as the Job Documentation Folder, and generating a job font log following the completion of the print job.

  • Page 75: Layout

    Layout Pages Per sheet Allows you to set the number of logical pages per physical sheet. Layout direction Lets you identify either left-right or right-left logical page direction on the physical sheet. Border Allows you to select a border to surround each logical page. Print on Both Sides Allows you to configure the print job for duplex printing.

  • Page 76: Save As File

    Save as File Format Select the file format of the output file. PostScript Level Allows you to select from available PostScript levels. Data Format Sends the print job data to the file in either ASCII or Binary format. Font Inclusion Allows you to choose the fonts that are included with the Inclusion print job as it is saved to a file.

  • Page 77: Watermark

    Watermark None Allows you to disable the watermark function. Opaque The watermark text will be solid. The page content beneath the watermark will not be visible. Transparent The watermark text will be semi-transparent. The page content beneath the watermark will be visible. Size Allows you to select watermark font size.

  • Page 78: Job Retention

    Secured Job: Printer dose not print the job without the panel opera- tion. Printer prints the job when you input Security ID correctly. The job is deleted after all copies are printed. For details on each printing procedure, refer to the magicolor 2450 User’s Guide. Job Name Allows you to set Job Name.

  • Page 79: Quality Adjustment Settings

    Security ID Select a Security ID to a Job. To use Job Retention feature, the optional Hard Disk must be installed on the printer. In addition, the printer must be set up with the Chooser to use the Hard Disk. For details on selecting the Hard Disk with the Chooser, refer to “Selecting the Printer in the Chooser”...

  • Page 80: Image

    Image Image RGB Source Allows you to select RGB color profiles for images. Image RGB Intent Allows you to select RGB intent for images. Image Halftone Allows you to select halftone for images. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 81: Graphic

    Graphic Graphic RGB Source Allows you to select RGB color profiles for graphics. Graphic RGB Intent Allows you to select RGB intent for graphics. Graphic Halftone Allows you to select halftone for graphics. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 82: Text

    Text Text RGB Source Allows you to select RGB color profiles for text. Text RGB Intent Allows you to select RGB intent for text. Text RGB Gray Treatment Allows you to select RGB gray treatment for text. Text Halftone Allows you to select halftone for text. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 83: Simulation

    Simulation Simulation Profiles Allows you to select RGB color profiles for simulation. Simulation Match Paper Color Allows you to set Match Paper Color. Simulation Gray Treatment Allows you to select Simulation gray treatment. Specifying Print Settings...

  • Page 84: Checking Print Jobs

    Checking Print Jobs To check the progress of print jobs, double-click the magicolor 2450 desktop printer icon. In the Classic environment, Print Monitor automatically starts up, and the icon appears in the Dock. Click the Print Monitor icon to check the status of print jobs.

  • Page 85: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Symptom Action When printing on both Both sides of paper with a custom size can- sides of paper with a cus- not be printed on. In addition, there are limita- tom size, an error occurs. tions on the media types that can be selected.

  • Page 87

    Operation on Linux...

  • Page 88: System Requirements For The Printer Driver

    System Requirements for the Printer Driver Before installing the printer driver, make sure that your system meets the fol- lowing system requirements. Intel IA-32 Operating systems Red Hat Linux 9.0 (CUPS 1.1.15 or later), SuSE Linux 8.2 (CUPS 1.1.15 or later) Applications OpenOffice 1.0.1 or later Connecting the computer...

  • Page 89: Installing Ppd File From The Command Line

    Installing PPD File From the Command Line Before proceeding with the installation, be sure to exit all running applications. Root privileges are required in order to install ppd file. Copy the ppd file from the CD-ROM to the “/usr/share/cups/model/ KONICA_MINOLTA/” on the computer. A ppd file for each language is available in the corresponding “driv- ers/linux/ppd/<language>”...

  • Page 90: Adding The Printer

    Enter the printer name, loca- tion, and description, and then click Continue. Select a Device Port from the Device list, then click con- tinue. TCP/IP: AppSocket/HP Jet- Direct USB: USB Printer #1 (KON- ICA MINOLTA magicolor 2450) Parallel: Parallel Port #1 Adding the Printer...

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    Using Printer IP - socket:/ /192.168.1.190:9100 Using printer Hostname - socket://Hostname:9100 Hostname may be substituted by IP Address, and Port is optional. Click Continue. Select KONICA MINOLTA, click Continue. Select KONICA MINOLTA mc2450 PPD (en), then click Continue. The following message appears.

  • Page 92: Specifying Printer Driver Settings

    Specifying Printer Driver Settings Displaying the Settings Page Start up the Web browser. Enter the URL “http://local- host:631”, and then click Manage Printers. Printer on localhost.local- domain window appears. Click Configure Printer. The printer driver settings page appears. Specifying Printer Driver Settings...

  • Page 93: Printer Driver Settings

    Printer Driver Settings Basic Features Parameters Settings Auto Tray Switching Specifies tray switching behavior as Enabled, Disabled. The default setting is Disabled. Collate If Yes is selected, all pages in the documents are printed as sets of printouts. The default setting is Disabled. Color Mode Specifies color mode as Color, Grayscale.

  • Page 94: Details

    Details Parameters Settings Graphic Halftone Specifies the halftone for graphic as Detail or Smooth. The default setting is Detail. Graphic RGB Intent Specifies RGB intent for graphic as Photo- graphic, Vivid, Relative Color, or Absolute Color. The default setting is Vivid. Graphic RGB Source Specifies RGB source for graphic as None, sRGB, Adobe RGB (1998), Apple RGB,...

  • Page 95: Installed Options

    Parameters Settings Text Halftone Specifies the halftone for text as Detail or Smooth. The default setting is Detail. Text RGB Gray Treatment Specifies the RGB Gray Treatment as Com- posite Black, Black and Gray, or Black Only. The default setting is Black and Gray. Text RGB Intent Specifies RGB intent for text as Photo- graphic, Vivid, Relative Color, or Absolute...

  • Page 96: Banners

    Banners Parameters Settings Starting Banner Specifies the starting banner as none, clas- sified, confidential, secret, standard, topsecret, or unclassified. The default setting is None. Ending Banner Specifies the ending banner as none, classi- fied, confidential, secret, standard, topse- cret, or unclassified. The default setting is None.

  • Page 97: Printing A Document

    Printing a Document The contents and available options that appear in the print dialog box may vary depending on the application being used. Example Using LPR Command With applications other than OpenOffice, the following print dialog box appears. Click Properties in the Print dialog box.

  • Page 98: Example Using Openoffice

    Example Using OpenOffice The procedure for printing on Red Hat 9 with OpenOffice 1.0.2 is described below. The following procedure or some steps may be dif- ferent depending on the version of the operating system being used. First, use km2450-open.ppd to add the printer to the system. For details on adding a printer to the system, refer to “Adding the Printer”...

  • Page 99

    Click Import. Driver Installation dialog box appears. Enter “/usr/share/cups/model/KONICA_MINOLTA/” in the driver directory. In the Selection of drivers list, select KONICA MINOLTA mc2450 Ope- nOffice PPD. Click OK. The Add Printer dialog box appears again. Select KONICA MINOLTA mc2450 OpenOffice PPD, and then click Next.

  • Page 100

    Click Finish. The Printer Administration dialog box appears again. Click Close. From the main menu, select Office, then OpenOffice.org Writer. Click Print in the File menu. The Print dialog box appears. Select the name of the printer specified in the Ope- nOffice printer settings.

  • Page 101: Checking Print Jobs

    Checking Print Jobs You can check the status of print jobs from a Web browser. Start up the Web browser. Enter the URL “http://local- host:631”. The CUPS Administration Web page appears. Click Manage Jobs. A list of the currently active print jobs appear.

  • Page 102: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Symptom Action The printer stops because The job may have been sent with a prohibited of a paper size error or a combination of settings (for example, for the paper type error. paper size and media type). Printing is not possible with postcards or overhead projector transparencies if Plain Paper is selected.

  • Page 103: Printer Management Utilities

    Printer Management Utilities...

  • Page 104: Installing Printer Management Utilities On Windows

    The following procedure describes how to install the Printer Management Util- ities. Crown Print Monitor+ Management Information Base Status Monitor Download Manager Utility PageScope Network Setup Insert “magicolor 2450 Software Utilities” CD-ROM in your CD/DVD-ROM drive. Select Next from the Introduction dialog. Installing Printer Management Utilities on Windows...

  • Page 105

    From the Main Menu dialog, select Additional Software. After reviewing and accepting the license agreement, choose the installa- tion directory (or use the default directory setting). Select Custom, then click Next. Click Easy to install all printer management utilities. Installing Printer Management Utilities on Windows...

  • Page 106

    Select KONICA MINOLTA Printer Management Utilities from the Prod- uct list, and select Custom from Setup Type pull down list, then click Next. From the Product Installation list, select the check boxes for the soft- ware to be installed, and then click Next.

  • Page 107: Understanding The Ethernet Configuration Menus

    Understanding the Ethernet Configuration Menus...

  • Page 108: Ethernet Menu

    Ethernet Menu Location within the Configuration Menu IDLE MENU PROOF/PRINT MENU MENU PRINT MENU MENU PAPER MENU MENU QUALITY MENU MENU INTERFACE MENU ETHERNET ENABLE TCP/IP DHCP/BOOTP IP ADDRESS DEFAULT ROUTER SUBNET MASK ENABLE HTTP ENABLE AUTO IP IPX/SPX FRAME TYPE MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT NAME...

  • Page 109: Accessing The Ethernet Menu

    Accessing the Ethernet Menu Use the following series of keystrokes at the printer to access the Ethernet menu options on your printer. This menu provides access to all of the config- urable network items. Press this (until) the message window reads. . . key .

  • Page 110: Using The Ethernet Menu Options

    Using the Ethernet Menu Options If the printer is connected to a network, the following settings should be spec- ified. For details about each setting, contact your network administrator. When manually setting the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway turn off DHCP first. TCP/IP Enable Purpose...

  • Page 111

    Default Router Purpose Sets the address of the router/gateway if a router/gateway is used on your network and you allow users outside your network environment to print on your printer. Range 0–255 for each xxx triplet Use the Up and Down keys to increase or decrease each number;...

  • Page 112: Ipx/spx

    Name Purpose Printer Name to find/locate printer on EtherTalk. Range Up to 16 characters Default MAGICOLOR 2450 Name 2 Purpose Extension of EtherTalk Name to additional 16 characters, making a total of 32 characters, if required. Range Up to 16 characters...

  • Page 113: Ethernet Speed

    Ethernet Speed Purpose Specifies the transmission speed for the network and the transmission method for bi-directional transmission. Range AUTO 100 FULL DUPLEX 100 HALF DUPLEX 10 FULL DUPLEX 10 HALF DUPLEX Default AUTO PS Protocol Purpose Configures the port to process PostScript jobs as binary or quoted (tagged) binary.

  • Page 115: Network Printing

    Network Printing...

  • Page 116: Network Connection

    Network Connection Theory To connect your printer in a TCP/IP network environment, you must make sure that the internal network addresses in the printer have been set. In many cases, you have to enter only a unique IP address. However, you may also have to enter a subnet mask and/or a gateway (router) address,...

  • Page 117: Making The Connection

    Making the Connection Ethernet Interface An RJ45 connector can be used as the Ethernet interface for this printer. When connecting your printer to an Ethernet network, the tasks you perform depend on how you plan to set the printer’s IP (Internet Protocol) address. Printers are shipped with a preset IP address, subnet mask, and gateway.

  • Page 118: Setting The Address Manually

    Setting the Address Manually You may also manually change the printer’s IP address, subnet mask, and gateway by using the following instructions. (See chapter 5, “Understanding the Ethernet Configuration Menus” for more information.) When the IP address is changed, add a new port or reinstall the printer driver.

  • Page 119

    Press this (until) the message window reads . . . key . . . IP ADDRESS 192.168.001.002 Use the keys to move to each of the four number triplets. Use the keys to increase or decrease each number. IP ADDRESS xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx If you don’t want to set the subnet mask or gateway, go to step 5.

  • Page 120

    If you don’t want to set the subnet mask, go to step 5. If you want to set the subnet mask, follow these steps. Press this (until) the message window displays . . . key . . . SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.000 SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.000...

  • Page 121

    MENU PROOF/PRINT or if no optional hard disk is installed: MENU PRINT MENU MENU PRINT MENU CONFIGURATION When the printer’s message window displays , install the printer IDLE driver and utilities. Network Connection...

  • Page 122: Network Printing

    Network Printing The magicolor 2450 supports the following network protocols: BOOTP DHCP HTTP LPD/LPR SNMP Port9100 SMTP This chapter defines each of these protocols and then explains how to print via IPP. BOOTP BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) is an Internet protocol that enables a diskless...

  • Page 123: Http

    HTTP HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) is the underlying protocol used by the World Wide Web. It defines how messages are formatted and transmitted, and what actions web servers and browsers should take in response to vari- ous commands. For example, when you enter a URL in your browser, this actually sends an HTTP command to the Web server directing it to fetch and transmit the requested web page.

  • Page 124: Snmp

    Unicast, Multicast, and Broadcast SLP is a unicast and a multicast protocol. This means that messages can be sent to one agent at a time (unicast) or to all agents (that are listening) at the same time (multicast). However, a multicast is not a broadcast. In theory, broadcast messages are “heard”...

  • Page 125: Printing Via Ipp (internet Printing Protocol) - Windows Server 2003/xp/2000

    Printing via IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) – Windows Server 2003/XP/2000 Adding an IPP Port using Add Printer Wizard For Windows Server 2003/XP: Click Start, select Printers and Faxes, and then click Add Printer. For Windows 2000: Click Start, point to Settings, click Printers, and then click Add Printer.

  • Page 126

    Windows 2000—If you entered a valid path in the previous step, the fol- lowing message displays: “The server on which the KONICA MINOLTA magicolor 2450 printer resides does not have the correct printer driver installed. If you want to install the driver on your local computer, click OK.”...

  • Page 127: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Symptom Action SMB printing cannot be Follow the procedure described below to performed well. re-install the printer on a local computer. 1. Delete the printer icon from the printer folder. 2. Delete the printer driver and SMB port from the system. 3.

  • Page 129: Using Pagescope Web Connection

    Using PageScope Web Connection...

  • Page 130: About Pagescope Web Connection

    About PageScope Web Connection This chapter provides information on PageScope Web Connection, an HTTP (HyperText Transfer Proto- col)-based web page that resides in your printer and that you can access using your Web browser. This page gives you instant access to printer status and the most frequently used printer configuration options.

  • Page 131

    You cannot access PageScope Web Connection using a local (USB or Parallel) connection. About PageScope Web Connection...

  • Page 132: Setting Up The Printer Web Page

    Through the assigned name of the printer—This name comes from the IP host table (the filename is hosts) on the computer system and is usually assigned by the system administrator (for example, magicolor 2450). It may be more convenient for you to use the printer name than the IP address.

  • Page 133: Internet Explorer (version 6.0 For Windows)

    Our examples represent the IP address of the printer with: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. Always enter your printer’s IP address without lead- ing zeros. For example, 192.168.001.002 should be entered as 192.168.1.2. Internet Explorer (version 6.0 for Windows) Start Internet Explorer. From the Tools menu choose Internet Options.

  • Page 134: Netscape Navigator (version 7.1)

    Netscape Navigator (version 7.1) Start Netscape Navigator. From the Edit menu choose Preferences. Select the Advanced/Proxies directory from the left pane of the dialog box. Select the Manual Proxy Configuration radio button. In the No Proxy for: text box, type a comma after the last entry, and then type the printer name or the IP address of your printer.

  • Page 135: Understanding The Pagescope Web Connection Window

    The illustration below identifies the navigation and configuration areas of the windows that you see in PageScope Web Connection windows. Links to main Product name Link to Current status topics KONICA MINOLTA web site Version information Access to Administrator Mode Links to subtopics...

  • Page 136: Current Status

    Current Status The current status of the printer is displayed at the top of all PageScope Web Connection windows. The icon displays the type of status being displayed. Icon Status Description Examples Ready The printer is online and IDLE either ready to print or print- WARMING UP ing.

  • Page 137: Configuring The Printer

    Configuring the Printer The Configuration page allows you to view and change the configuration set- tings of the printer. System Page Summary (shown above) The System/Summary window provides the following information: Item Description Printer Name/Status Shows the name assigned to your printer, and dis- plays the current status of the printer-just as it’s dis- played on the printer’s control panel message window.

  • Page 138

    Item Description System Release Displays the release version of the system code. IP Address Identifies the IP address of the printer. Installed Memory Displays the amount of memory installed in the printer. Duplexer Identifies whether the duplex option is “Installed” or “Not Installed.”...

  • Page 139: Operator Control

    Operator Control Paper Handling The System/Operator Control/Paper Handling window allows you to view and change the current paper handling option settings. The settings are arranged in 3 columns: Current, Custom, and Factory. Item Description Tray 1 Mode Configures Tray 1 to be defined by the settings on the keypad in CASSETTE mode or to be automati- cally overridden by the driver in AUTO mode.

  • Page 140

    Item Description Tray 1 Media Size Identifies the media size currently set in the media tray. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU PAPER MENU/INPUT TRAY/ TRAY 1 MODE/MEDIA SIZE Media Type Identifies the media type currently set in the media tray. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU PAPER MENU/INPUT TRAY/ TRAY 1 MODE/MEDIA TYPE Tray 2...

  • Page 141

    Item Description Page Orientation Identifies the page orientation that the printer should use. Choices are Portrait: Vertical orientation (longest side of media vertical) Landscape: Horizontal orientation (longest side of media horizontal) Choices: Portrait, Landscape Default: Portrait Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU PAPER MENU/ORIENTATION Page Recovery When this feature is enabled (On), following the clearing of a media jam the printer reprints any...

  • Page 142

    Item Description Auto Continue Configures the printer for automatically continuing printing if the media tray has a different media size or media type than what the print job requests. If Off is selected, the Auto Continue feature is dis- abled. When the requested tray empties, printing will stop until you’ve identified the media to be used to complete the print job.

  • Page 143

    Item Description Save Custom button Saves the Current values of the parameters as the Custom settings. Using the Restore Custom but- ton, you can change the parameter settings back to the Custom settings after changes are made. Restore Custom button Changes all settings to the Custom values. Restore Factory button Changes all settings to the Factory values.

  • Page 144: Tray Mapping

    Tray Mapping The System/Operator Control/Tray Mapping window allows you to view and change the current tray mapping options. Tray mapping lets you assign logical mapping numbers to physical media trays. Item Description Tray Mapping Mode Used to turn tray mapping on and off. Choices: On, Off Default: On Configuration Menu Equivalent:...

  • Page 145

    Item Description Reset button If you made changes to any of the parameter set- tings but don’t wish to apply the changes, selecting this button restores the last submitted parameter settings. Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 146: Color Matching & Quality

    Color Matching & Quality The System/Operator Control/Color Matching & Quality window allows you to view and change the current paper handling options. The settings are arranged in 3 columns: Current, Custom, Factory. Item Description Print Quality Used to select the printing resolution. Choices are Standard: 600 ×...

  • Page 147

    Item Description Color Mode Sets the mode to use color or monochrome output. Choices: Color, Grayscale Default: Color Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/COLOR MODE Toner Out Action Determines if the printer continues accepting jobs sent to it when a low toner condition occurs. Choices: Stop, Continue Default: Stop Configuration Menu Equivalent:...

  • Page 148: Supplies Status

    Supplies Status The System/Operator Control/Supplies Status window provides the follow- ing information: Item Description Consumable items Identifies the type of consumable that is being moni- tored. Status bars Graphically represent the remaining life of the identi- fied consumable item. Amount Remaining Describes the remaining life of the consumable item in plane or face counts.

  • Page 149: Administration

    Administration Startup Options & Resets Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 150

    If Off is selected, Energy saver settings are ignored. Choices: On, Off Default: On Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/ENERGY SAVER MGT Only available in models for the Americas. Reset Printer Reboots the printer. Printer Name Sets the printer name. Default: magicolor 2450 Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 151

    Item Description Sysstart If you have an optional hard disk installed and ‘Sysstart’ is enabled (Yes), the controller checks the optional hard disk for a PostScript file named Sys/ Start and executes this file. Choices: Yes, No Default: No Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/STARTUP OPTIONS/SYSSTART Start Page...

  • Page 152: Localization Languages

    Localization Languages The System/Administration/Localization Languages window provides the following parameters for configuration: Item Description Keypad Language Identifies the language of the keypad located on the printer. The language selections appear in the message window in the corresponding language, for example, GERMAN appears as DEUTSCH.

  • Page 153

    Item Description PSL Language Identifies the language displayed in the PageScope Web Connection windows. The language selections appear in the message window in the corresponding language, for example, GERMAN appears as DEUTSCH. Choices: Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian Default: English Submit button...

  • Page 154: E-mail Configuration

    E-Mail Configuration The System/Administration/E-Mail Configuration window provides the fol- lowing parameters for configuration: Item Description From Address Identifies the From address that appears on email generated by the printer. Default: [Blank] The value entered for this parameter must comply with RFC formatting standards: name@domain_name Commas, semicolons, colons, and spaces are not allowed.

  • Page 155

    Item Description When to Send Email Identifies how long the printer waits after an error Notification on Error condition before generating and sending an email message. Choices: Off, 1 Minute, 30 Minutes, 1 Hour, Test Default: Off SMTP Mail Server Identity of your mail server.

  • Page 156: Date & Time

    Date & Time The System/Administration/Date & Time window provides the following parameters for configuration of printer’s with an installed hard disk: Item Description Day, Month, Year Sets the current day, month, and year. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/DATE & TIME Hour, Min, Sec Sets the current hour, minute, and second.

  • Page 157: Security

    Security The System/Administration/Security window provides the following param- eters for configuration: Item Description Enable Security When selected, enables the printer’s security fea- ture, which requires users to enter the password to access or change printer information and configura- tion. Default: [Not checked] Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/ SECURITY/CONFIG/ENABLE...

  • Page 158

    Item Description Verify Password Verifies the password entered in the above field. If the password entered in this field doesn’t match the text entered in the Set Password field, the password is not set when the Submit button is selected. Range: Up to 16 characters Default: [Blank] Submit button...

  • Page 159: Online Help

    Item Description Contact Name Identifies the organization that provides assistance with the printer. Range: Up to 64 characters Default: KONICA MINOLTA Customer Support Contact Information Phone number. Range: Up to 128 characters Default: http://printer.konicaminolta.com Printer Help URL Help website address.

  • Page 160

    Item Description Submit button Saves and applies any changes made. Reset button If you made changes to any of the parameter set- tings but don’t wish to apply the changes, selecting this button restores the last submitted parameter settings. Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 161: Print System Pages

    Print System Pages The System/Administration/Print System Pages window allows you to select and print any of the printer’s built-in system pages. Item Description Print System Pages The system pages available in your printer are dis- played in the list. Select the page you would like to have printed, and then select the Submit button.

  • Page 162: Configuration Page

    Configuration Page The System/Administration/Configuration Page window provides the fol- lowing information: Item Description Printer Information Displays the basic printer properties, as well as page counts to date. Installed Options Displays all printer options and identifies which options are installed in the printer. Printer Interfaces Displays Parallel, USB, and Resident NIC (Network Interface Card) information.

  • Page 163: Statistics Page

    Statistics Page The System/Administration/Statistics Page window provides the following information: Item Description Supplies Status Displays the statistics of consumable items in the printer. Page Information Displays printer statistics grouped by Sheets Printed by Media Size, Sheets Printed by Media Type, Total Normalized Counts, and Normalized Coverage Information.

  • Page 164: Disk Operations

    Disk Operations The System/Administration/Disk Operations window provides the follow- ing parameters for configuration of printer’s with an installed hard disk: Item Description None No disk operation is performed. Format Flash Clears the Flash memory of the printer. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/FORMAT/ FOMRMAT FLASH Format Disk...

  • Page 165

    Item Description Capture Print Job Captures a print job on the optional Hard Disk. If On is selected, the job is saved on the hard disk, but is not printed. If Print is selected, the job is saved on the hard disk and a single copy is printed.

  • Page 166: Job Page

    Job Page This window allows you to view the status and history of print jobs, print stored jobs, use direct printing and retrieve captured jobs from Hard Disk. Job Listing (shown above) The Job/Job Listing window provides the following information about recent print jobs: Item Description...

  • Page 167: Print Stored Job

    Print Stored Job The printer must have the optional hard disk to use the Stored Job parameters described below. The Job/Print Stored Job window provides the following parameters for con- figuration: Item Description JOB ID Displays the Job ID of the stored job. Displays the name of the stored job.

  • Page 168: Direct Printing

    Direct Printing The Job/Direct Print page allows you to print a file directly from the printer without starting up the application. The following file formats can be printed using direct printing: PDF, TIF and JPEG Item Description File Name Contains the name of the file to be printed. Browse button This button allows you to locate the file that you want to print.

  • Page 169: Capture Print Job

    Capture Print Job The Job/Capture Print Job page allows you to save jobs saved on a hard disk as a file on the computer. To use this function, Capture Print Job on the System/Disk Operation page must be set to On or Print. Item Description Job ID...

  • Page 170: Print Page

    Print Page The Print page allows more detailed printer settings to be specified. Local Interface USB (shown above) The Print/Local Interface/USB window provides the following parameters for configuration: Item Description Enable USB If selected, enables the parameter settings for USB. Default: [Checked] Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU INTERFACE MENU/USB/...

  • Page 171: Default Setting

    Default Setting General The Print/Default Setting/General window provides the following parame- ters for configuration. The settings are arranged in 3 columns: Current, Cus- tom, Factory. Item Description Default Emulation Assigns the selected emulation as the default emu- lation. The default emulation is used whenever a print job without emulation identification is received.

  • Page 172

    Item Description Reset button If you made changes to any of the parameter set- tings but don’t wish to apply the changes, selecting this button restores the last submitted parameter settings. Save Custom button Saves the Current values of the parameters as the Custom settings.

  • Page 173

    PostScript The Print/Default Setting/PostScript window provides the following param- eters for configuration. The settings are arranged in 3 columns: Current, Cus- tom, Factory. Item Description PS Error Page Print an error page if the print job cannot be printed or creates an error. Choices: On, Off Default: On Configuration Menu Equivalent:...

  • Page 174

    Item Description Save Custom button Saves the Current values of the parameters as the Custom settings. Using the Restore Custom but- ton, you can change the parameter settings back to the Custom settings after changes are made. Restore Custom button Changes all settings to the Custom values. Restore Factory button Changes all settings to the Factory values.

  • Page 175

    The Print/Default Setting/PCL window provides the following parameters for configuration. The settings are arranged in 3 columns: Current, Custom, Fac- tory. Item Description Line Termination Sets the line termination value. Choices: CR=CR LF=CRLF, CR=CR LF=LF, CR=CRLF LF=LF, CR=CRLF LF=CRLF Default: CR=CR LF=CRLF Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/ EMULATIONS/PCL/LINE...

  • Page 176

    Item Description Font Num- Identifies the PCL font number. Range: Up to 5 characters (0 - 32767) Default: 0 Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/ EMULATIONS/PCL/FONT/FONT NUMBER Point Size Controls the height (in points) of the default font. Range: Up to 5 characters (4.00 - 999.75) Default: 12.00 Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU SYSTEM DEFAULT/...

  • Page 177: Download Font/form

    Download Font/Form List Fonts/PS Fonts The Printer/Download Font/Form/List Fonts/PS Fonts window displays a list of PostScript fonts installed on the printer. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU PRINT MENU/FONT LIST/POSTSCRIPT Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 178

    List Fonts/PCL Fonts The Printer/Download Font/Form/List Fonts/PCL Fonts window displays a list of PCL Fonts installed on the printer and also the Index values of each font. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU PRINT MENU/FONT LIST/PCL Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 179

    List Directories/Disk Drive The Printer/Download Font/Form/List Directories/Disk Drive window dis- plays the list of files currently installed in the printer’s hard disk. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU PRINT MENU/DIRECTORY LIST A Hard Disk Not Installed message appears if no optional hard disk is installed in the printer.

  • Page 180

    List Directories/FLASH Memory The Printer/Download Font/Form/List Directories/FLASH Memory win- dow displays the list of files currently installed in the printer’s flash memory. Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU PRINT MENU/DIRECTORY LIST Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 181: Network Page

    Network Page The Network page allows you to configure network settings. For more infor- mation on these protocols, see chapter 6, “Network Printing”. Ethernet TCP/IP (shown above) The Network/Ethernet/TCP/IP window provides the following parameters for configuration: Item Description Enable TCP/IP Enables the settings for TCP/IP.

  • Page 182

    Item Description Subnet Mask Sets the subnet mask address. Default: 000.000.000.000 Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU INTERFACE MENU/ETHERNET/ TCP/IP/SUBNET MASK Default Router Sets the default router IP address. Default: 000.000.000.000 Configuration Menu Equivalent: MENU INTERFACE MENU/ETHERNET/ TCP/IP/DEFAULT ROUTER Automatic Enable Selecting this check box enables DHCP. IP Settings DHCP/ Default: [Checked]...

  • Page 183

    NetWare (IPX/SPX) The Network/Ethernet/NetWare (IPX/SPX) window provides the following parameters for configuration: Item Description Enable NetWare When selected, enables the NetWare settings. Default: [Checked] General Ethernet Sets the Ethernet Frame Type. Parame- Frame Choices: Auto, Ethernet 802.2, Ethernet 802.3, ters Type Ethernet II, Ethernet SNAP Default: Auto...

  • Page 184

    Item Description Print Print Sets the print server name. Server Server Range: Up to 64 characters Parame- Name Default: KMBTxxxxxx (Where x’s are last 6 digits of ters MAC Address of the printer). Print If the print server requires a password, enter the Server password in this field.

  • Page 185

    When selected, enables the parameter settings for AppleTalk. Default: [Checked] Printer Name Identifies the printer name. Range: Up to 32 characters Default: magicolor 2450 Netzone Identifies the zone where the printer is located. Range: Up to 32 characters Default: * Submit button Saves and applies any changes made.

  • Page 186

    Internet Printing Protocol The Network/Ethernet/Internet Printing Protocol window provides the fol- lowing parameters for configuration: Item Description Enable IPP When selected, enables the parameter settings for IPP. Default: [Checked] Printer Name Identifies the printer name. Range: Up to 128 characters Default: KONICA MINOLTAmagicolor 2450 Printer Location Identifies the location of the printer.

  • Page 187

    Item Description Printer URLs Sup- Displays the URLs supported by the printer. This ported text is read-only. Operations Supported This read-only text lists the operations supported. Submit button Saves and applies any changes made. Reset button If you made changes to any of the parameter set- tings but don’t wish to apply the changes, selecting this button restores the last submitted parameter settings.

  • Page 188

    Windows Printing Service The Network/Ethernet/Windows Printing Service window provides the fol- lowing parameters for configuration: Item Description Enable Windows Print- If selected, enables the parameter settings for Win- ing Service dows printing service. Default: [Checked] WorkGroup Name Sets the workgroup name. Range: Up to 15 characters Default: WORKGROUP Host Name...

  • Page 189

    SNMP The Network/Ethernet/SNMP window provides the following parameters for configuration: Item Description Enable SNMP If selected, enables the parameter settings for SNMP. Default: [Checked] SNMP Community Sets the IP community of the printer. NMS1 Range: Up to 32 characters Default: public Access Identifies Read or Write access.

  • Page 190

    Item Description SNMP Enable If this check box is selected, the Trap parameters TRAP Trap (below the check box) are enabled. Default: [Not checked] Community Sets the community of the printer. Default: public Trap IP Sets IP address of the printer. Address Default: 255.255.255.255 Submit button...

  • Page 191

    SSL/TLS Setting The Network/SSL/TLS/SSL/TLS Setting page allows you to select the fol- lowing SSL/ TLS settings that appear. Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 192

    As a default, SSL/TLS is not installed. Select Create a self-signed Certificate and click Submit to create a certificate and specify the SSL settings. Item Description SSL/TSL Create a Displays the Self-signed Certificate Setting page. Setting self-signed Certificate Request a Displays the Request Certificate Setting Page.

  • Page 193

    Self-Signed Certificate Setting The Network/SSL/TLS/Self-Signed Certificate Setting page allows you to create a certificate and specify SSL settings. Item Description Common Name Identifies the IP address of the printer. This text is read-only. Organization Specify the name of the group or organization. Range: Up to 64 characters Default: [Blank] Organization Unit...

  • Page 194

    Item Description Country Code Specify the name of the country as a country code regulated by ISO03166. Range: Up to 2 characters Default: [Blank] Validity Start Date Specifies the start date of the Self-Signed Certifi- cate. Validity Period Specify the period of validity. Range: 1 - 3650 Default: 30 Encryption Strength...

  • Page 195: Request A Certificate

    Request a certificate The Network/SSL/TLS/Request a Certificate page provides the following parameters for configuration: Item Description Common Name Displays the IP Address of the printer. Organization Specifies the name of the group or organization. Range: Up to 64 characters Default: [Blank] Organization Unit Specifies the name of the post.

  • Page 196

    Item Description Submit button Click to create data for requesting that a certificate be issued. Back button Click to return to the Network/SSL/TLS/SSL/TLS Setting page. Cancel button Resets all configuration settings to previous values. Logout button Logs out of Administrator Mode and returns to User Mode.

  • Page 197: Certificate Signing Request Data

    Certificate Signing Request Data The Network/SSL/TLS/Certificate Signing Request Data page displays the data that will be submitted to the certificate authority to request that a certifi- cate be issued. Item Description Certificate Request Displays the data that will be submitted to the certif- icate authority to request that a certificate be issued.

  • Page 198: Install A Certificate

    Install a Certificate The Network/SSL/TLS/Install a Certificate page allows you to install the certificate issued by the certificate authority. Item Description Install a Certifi- Attaches the CSR (certificate signing request) in the text cate format sent from the certificate authority. Encryption Specifies the encryption level.

  • Page 199: Encryption Strength

    Encryption Strength The Network/SSL/TLS/Encryption Strength page allows you to specify the encryption level. Item Description Encryption Strength Specifies the encryption level. Choices: 3DES_168bits, RC4_128bits, DES_56bits or RC4_40bits RC4_128bits, DES_56bits or RC4_40bits DES_56bits or RC4_40bits Default: 3DES_168bits,RC4_128bits, DES_56bits or RC4_40bits Submit button Click to specify the encryption level.

  • Page 200: Remove Certificate

    Remove Certificate The Network/SSL/TLS/Remove Certificate page allows you to delete the installed certificate. Item Description Submit button Click to display a confirmation message. Click Sub- mit in the confirmation message to delete the certif- icate. Reset button Click to return to the Network/SSL/TLS/SSL/TLS Setting page.

  • Page 201: Ssl/tls Mode

    SSL/TLS Mode The Network/SSL/TLS/SSL/TLS Mode page allows SSL to be enabled or disabled. Item Description SSL/TLS Mode If Enable is displayed, SSL is enabled. If Disable is selected, SSL is disabled. Choice: Enable, Disable Submit button Saves and applies any changes mode. Cancel button Click to return to the Network/SSL/TLSL/SSL/TLS Setting page.

  • Page 202: Accounting Page

    Accounting Page If the optional hard disk is installed in the printer, the Accounting window allows you to view accounting reports and reset the Accounting file. Printer-based Job Accounting (shown above) The Accounting/Printer-based Job Accounting page allows you to check details of print jobs.

  • Page 203

    Item Description Submit button Saves and applies any changes made. Reset button If you made changes to any of the parameter set- tings but don’t wish to apply the changes, selecting this button restores the last submitted parameter settings. Configuring the Printer...

  • Page 204: Printer-based Error Accounting

    Printer-based Error Accounting The Accounting/Printer-based Error Accounting page allows you to check details of print errors. Item Description Enable Accounting If selected, enables the parameter settings for Accounting. Default: [Checked] Reset Accounting Files Resets the accounting file located on the printer’s internal hard disk.

  • Page 205

    Index Accounting, PageScope Web Capture Print Job, PageScope Web Connection 186 Connection 153 Printer-based Error Accounting 188 Certificate request, PageScope Web Printer-based Job Accounting 186 Connection 179 Administrator mode, PageScope Web Certificate Signing Request Data, Connection 120 PageScope Web Connection 181 AppleTalk 9 Chooser 45 AppleTalk, PageScope Web...

  • Page 206

    Date & Time, PageScope Web Install a certificate, PageScope Web Connection 140 Connection 182 Default Router 95 Installing DHCP 94, 101, 106 Certificate 182 Direct Printing, PageScope Web Crown Print Monitor+ 88 Connection 152 Download Manager Utility 88 Disk Operations, PageScope Web Management Information Base 88 Connection 148 PageScope Network Setup 88...

  • Page 207

    List Fonts/PS Fonts, PageScope Web Internet Printing Protocol 170 Connection 161 NetWare (IPX/SPX) 167 Localization Languages, PageScope Remove certificate 184 Web Connection 136 Request a certificate 179 LPD/LPR 107 Self-Signed Certificate Setting 177 SNMP 173 SSL/TLS Mode 185 SSL/TLS Setting 175 Mac OS 9 TCP/IP 165 Chooser 45...

  • Page 208

    Navigation 119 Print, PageScope Web Connection NetWare (IPX/SPX) 167 Online help 143 General 155 Paper Handling 123 List Directories/Disk Drive 163 Password 120 List Directories/FLASH Memory 164 PCL 159 List Fonts/PCL Fonts 162 PostScript 157 List Fonts/PS Fonts 161 Print Stored Job 151 PCL 159 Print System Pages 145 PostScript 157...

  • Page 209

    SNMP, PageScope Web Connection Mac OS X 38 SSL/TLS Mode, PageScope Web Connection 185 USB, PageScope Web Connection SSL/TLS Setting, PageScope Web Connection 175 User mode, PageScope Web Startup Options & Resets, Connection 120 PageScope Web Connection 133 Statistics Page, PageScope Web Connection 147 Status Monitor 88 Web page, printer 116...

  • Page 210

    Index...

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