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    Netw ork Interface User Man ual[...]

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    Trademar k and Copyrights • Muratec, the Muratec logo a nd all Muratec product names contained herein are tra de- marks of Murata Machi nery , Ltd. • Microsoft ® , W indows ® , W indows ® 3.1, W indows ® 95, W indows ® 98, W indows ® Me, Windows NT ® 4.0, W indows ® 2000 and Windows ® XP are registered trademark s of the Microsoft Corp[...]

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    Contents 1. Getting ready ............................ ...................................................... ...................... 1-1 1.1 System requirements ............................ ......................................................1-1 2. Install ation ......................................... ...........................................[...]

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    5.6.5 Registering or editing a one-touch number ....................... ..............5-13 5.6.6 Registering or editing a speed-dial number ....................................5-14 5.7 Internet fax transmissio n ................................ .........................................5-15 5.7.1 Using numeric keys ..................................[...]

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    Network Interface 1-1 1. Getting ready 1.1 System require ments The following operating envi ronment is required in order to use the network interface. Item Requirements PC Type IBM’s PC-A T compatible machine loaded with one of the following operating systems. Operating System • Windows XP • Windows 2000 professional • Windows NT 4.0 works[...]

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    1-2 Network Interface[...]

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    2-1 Network Interface 2. Installation 2.1 Cable connecti on ∗ T o connect the mach ine to an Ethernet network, a LAN cable (twist pair cable with RJ-45 type modular connector ) is required. (A LAN cable is not included with this kit.) 1 Turn your machine of f. 2 Plug one end of the 10Base- T/100Base-TX LAN cable (category 5) into the LAN connecto[...]

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    2-2 Network Interface 2.2 Setting the IP Address An IP address is required to install the network driver and use your machin e as a network printer and net work scanner . Y ou need to obtain the IP address from your network administra tor and register it as shown below . 1 On your machine’ s control panel, press [Menu], [6], [1], [1] , then [Ente[...]

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    2-3 Network Interface 2.3 Installing the driver 1 Insert the CD supplied with your machine into your CD-ROM drive . The CD-ROM main menu will be displayed automatically . 2 Click [Setup], then [Network Setup]. NOTE: If this window does not appe ar , run the “Setup. exe” located on the root directory of the suppli ed CD-ROM. 3 Click [Next] when [...]

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    2-4 Network Interface 4 After reading and accepting the License Agree ment click [Y es]. Otherwise, clic k [No] to cancel the installation. 5 Enter the machine’ s IP address and clic k [Next]. NOTE: The IP address entered here is used for creating the lpr port for printers or as the address f or performing network scanning . Be sure that the IP a[...]

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    2-5 Network Interface 7 Restart the PC to finish inst allation.[...]

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    2-6 Network Interface 2.3.1 Activating the optional second paper cassette If an optional device has be en installed on your machine, you must open t he driver and activate it. T o activ ate the optional device: 1 Click [Start]  [ Sett ings]  [Printer]. 2 Right-click th e “Muratec MFX-19 30” icon, then clic k [Properties] (Win- dows 98/Me)[...]

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    3-1 Network Interface 3. Printer driver setti ngs 3.1 Open the print er properties There are two w ays to open the printer properties: • F rom your application software • F rom the printer icon NOTE: Changing the printer propert ies from the printer icon will change them for all documents you p rint on this printer . T o cha nge the printer pro[...]

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    3-2 Network Interface[...]

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    4-1 Network Interface 4. Network scanner feat ure 4.1 Operation summ ary This scanner driver is used to import scanned images stored in the scan-box of the machine to TW AIN compatible applic ations operating on Windows environment. The operation for this scan driver is summarized as follows: 1 Setup the scan box on you ma chine. (See “4.2.1 Setu[...]

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    4-2 Network Interface 3 The machine prompts y ou to enter the name of the scan box. 01:Box Name;Upper 01_ 4 The box number is pre-instal led as the box name. Press [Cancel] to delete it and enter your desired na me by using the numeric keys. Names can contain up to 16 char acters. 5 Press [Enter]. The machine now prompts you to enter th e four-digi[...]

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    4-3 Network Interface 4.3 Scanning the d ocument into a scan box 1 Press [COPY  F AX  SCAN] to change to Scan mo de. When the machine is in the scan mode, the machine shows: Scan Ready 200dpi A4 100% Resolution Zoom ratio Scanning size 2 Set the document face up in the ADF or face d own on the document glass. 3 Adjust the following setting s,[...]

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    4-4 Network Interface 50%, 64% and 70% are not available in 200dpi. – or – Press [Advanced Functions] r epeatedly until “ Zoom” appears , then press [Enter]. Press [ ] or [ ] to adjust the zoom ratio . – or – Enter your desired ratio (50 to 200 %) using the numeric keys . NOTE: • Enlargement scanning can onl y be performed using the d[...]

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    4-5 Network Interface If you are using the ADF , procee d to step 8. If you are using the documen t glass, skip to step 9. 8 If you have more d ocuments to scan, press [Next Doc.] while scanning and proceed to step 9. Otherwise , the mac hine will return to the standby mode after it has finished sc anning. 9 When scanning has completed the machine[...]

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    4-6 Network Interface 4.4 Importing a do cument from a scanned box F ollow the steps below to a ccess the TW AIN dri ver from your application software: 1 Select the PC softw are program (Imaging , Photoshop , e tc.). This proc e- dure uses Microsoft Imaging as an example. NOTE: The process of selecting a s can device varies by application software[...]

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    4-7 Network Interface 2 1 3 4 5 12 15 16 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 No. Item Comments 1 Scan box list Click the scan box you want to access . Y our machine has 20 scan boxes. 2 File Number Displays the allocated number to differentiate files . 3 Date/Time Displays the date and time when a file was sa ved. 4 P age Displays each page within a file . 5 Pr[...]

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    4-8 Network Interface No. Item Comments 14 Resolution According to the application software , it may need to change the linear resolution to import (download) the scanned document. In this case, you can change the resolution without re-scanning the document. 15 Fixed Image Size According to the application software , when documents of variable size[...]

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    4-9 Network Interface 4.4.1 Manually erasin g a document stored in a scan box T o erase a file from the computer • In the scanner dialog box, select the file and click on the right mouse button. Then select “Del ete” from the po p-up menu to delete the selected file . T o erase a file from the machine 1 Press [Menu], [4], [2], [4], then [[...]

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    4-10 Network Interface 4 Use the numeric keys to ente r the scan box’s four -digit I D . code. Then press [Enter]. If you enter an invalid I.D . code the machine will ret urn to the standby mode. 5 The machine shows: 01:Select File No. 00:All Documents 6 Press [ ] or [ ] to select the file numbe r (1 to 10) of the file you want to erase. If you[...]

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    4-11 Network Interface 4.5 Changing the d efault settings The default settings offer t he most common scan settings, please try usin g these settings prior to adju stment. Item A vailable setting Default setting Document type T ext, Photo&T ext, Photo T ext Resolution 200, 300, 600 dpi 200 dpi Contrast Lightest, Light, Normal, Dark, Darkest Nor[...]

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    4-12 Network Interface  Scanner auto reset The scanner settings are ini tially set to return to their default condition auto- matically after the mac hine has been idle for 3 minutes . Y ou can, however , change this time from 1 to 10 minutes. Also, you can program the settings to return to their default cond ition as soon as the scanning has be[...]

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    5-1 Network Interface 5. Internet fax feature s 5.1 Internet commu nication 5.1.1 Internet fax tr ansmission (Scan to e-mail) P aper documents, such as hand -written letters, can be transmitted by e-mai l using the existing e-mail en vironment just like sending a fax. All you have to do is load your document and designate the recipient’s e- mail [...]

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    5-2 Network Interface 5.2 Basic paramete rs The following are basic para meters for using the Internet F ax feature . Please contact your network adminis trator for the required information and connec- tion to the LAN . Print this page and ask your network administrator to fill in the required information. Basic parameters for Interne t fax IP add[...]

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    5-3 Network Interface 5.3 Internet param eter settings 1 On your machine’ s control panel, press [Menu], [6], [1], [1] . [Program] No.611 1 TCP/IP Setting 2 Press [Enter]. IP Address 192.168. 1. 10 3 Use the numeric keys to ente r the IP address. Use [ ] or [ ] to move the cursor . Press [Cancel] t o delete a digit. 4 Press [Enter]. Subnet Mask 2[...]

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    5-4 Network Interface 5.4 Configuring the e-mail environment 5.4.1 Time zone setting The Time Zone is required as part of the e-ma il header information when sending Internet faxes . 1 On your machine’ s control panel, press [Menu], [9], [Enter]. [Program] No.9 9 User Install 2 Press [Enter] repeatedly un til the time zone setting is displayed. [...]

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    5-5 Network Interface 5.4.2 e-mail environm ent settings These are important settings that allow the system to send and receive e-mail. Please consult your system operator a nd/or network administrator before entering these settin gs. Entering improper settings can prevent sy stem operation and may cause lost or delayed mail. 1 On you machine’ s [...]

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    5-6 Network Interface E-mail environment parameter s No. P arameter Default Comments 01 Name — The name that is displayed in the sender field (From) when sending e-mail. Up to 40 characters . 02 Mail Address — The e-mail address assigned to your machine for sending and receiving. Up to 50 characters . 03 SMTP Server SMTP Server — The IP addr[...]

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    5-7 Network Interface No. P arameter Default Comments 09 File F ormat TIFF Select whether the document is converted into a “TIFF” (ITU-T T .37 full mode), “TIFF-S” (ITU-T T .37 simple mode), or “PDF” format when sending an Internet F ax. Note that a PDF file is only available if send- ing the documents to a PC . 10 Encoding Method TIFF[...]

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    5-8 Network Interface 5.5 Registering an e-mail address Y ou can register a recipient’ s e-mail address into the one-t ouch keys or speed- dial numbers . When communications ar e frequent with a certain recipient, this setting can sa ve cumbersome entry jobs. 5.5.1 One-touch key r egistration T o regis ter an e-mail address into a one-touch key: [...]

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    5-9 Network Interface 5.5.2 Speed-dial numb er registration 1 Press [Menu], [1], [2], [1], then [Enter ]. Enter Speed-Dial No. 001:No Number Stored 2 Select a speed-dial number , then press [Enter]. Fax Number  /  /Enter 3 Select “Mail Address”. Mail Address  /  /Enter 4 Press [Enter]. 01:Address ;Lower _ 5 Enter an e-mail address u[...]

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    5-10 Network Interface 5.6 Configuring fro m the Internet browser Y ou can configure the network env ironment and register contacts from your Internet browser . 5.6.1 Internet FAX co nfiguration screen 1 Start up your Internet brows er . NOTE: Y ou will need the Microsoft ® Internet Expolorer version 6 or later . 2 Enter “http:// (IP address [...]

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    5-11 Network Interface 5.6.2 Configuring an I P address 1 Open the “Internet F AX configuration” screen. (Refer to the page 5-10.) 2 Click [TCP/IP] to ope n the “TCP/IP Set tings” screen. 3 Configure the IP address . 4 Click [Save ] to save the settings . If you wan t to quit without saving , cl ick [Close]. 5 T o enable the IP address, [...]

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    5-12 Network Interface 5.6.4 Configuring the e-mail settings 1 Open the “Internet F AX configuration” screen. (Refer to the page 5-10.) 2 Click [E-mail Setting s] to open the “E -mail Settings” screen. 3 Configure the settings . (Refer to parameter No . 09 to 14 of the “E- mail environment parameters” on page 5-7.) 4 Click [Save ] to[...]

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    5-13 Network Interface 5.6.5 Registering or editing a one-touch number 1 Open the “Internet F AX configuration” screen. (Refer to the page 5-10.) 2 Click [Address Book] to open the “One- touch dialling” screen. 3 Click the one-touc h number you want to register or edit. 4 Y ou can register e ither a fax number or an e-mail address . T o re[...]

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    5-14 Network Interface 5.6.6 Registering or editing a speed-dial number 1 Open the “Internet F AX configuration” screen. (Refer to the page 5-10.) 2 Click [Address Book] to open the “One- touch dialling” screen. 3 Click “Speed dialing” to open the “Speed dialing” screen. 4 Click the speed-dial number you want to register or edit. 5[...]

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    5-15 Network Interface 5.7 Internet fax t ransmission 5.7.1 Using numeric k eys 1 Switch to the F ax mode by pressing [COPY  F AX  SC AN]. 2 Load the document in the ADF or the document glass. When you use the document glass , sele ct the document size by pressing [Doc . Size]. 3 Adjust the document resoluti on and contrast, if necessary . 4 [...]

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    5-16 Network Interface 5 Use the numeric keys to ente r the three-digit identifier for the speed-dial number you w ant to dial. The machine shows the name (or mail address) you have stored: 6 Press [Start]. 5.7.4 Broadcasting Y our machine allows simul taneous communication with normal G3 fax and Internet fax. 1 Switch to the F ax mode by pressing[...]

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    5-17 Network Interface 5.8 Internet fax r eception 5.8.1 Receiving e-mai l from a POP server As a default setting , your machine will query the POP server for n ew e-mail at 10 second intervals and i f the new e-mail has arrived, it will retrieve the mail and automatically print it. F or information on setting POP parameters, refer to “5.4.2 e-ma[...]

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    5-18 Network Interface[...]

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    6-1 Network Interface 6. T roubleshoo ting 6.1 Troubles in network p rinter and scanner Symptom P ossible Cause Remedy Cannot print Has the machine been turned on? Check that the power cord is firmly con- nected and that the | (on) side of the power switch has been pressed. The LAN cable is not connected firmly . Check whether LAN cable is firml[...]

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    6-2 Network Interface 6.2 Troubles in TCP/IP environment Symptom P ossible Cause Remedy P ort cannot be added in Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, or Windows XP Have you logged on as a user belonging to an Administrator group or as Adminis- trator? If you are not authorized Administrator , you cannot add any port. Log on with user account authorized fo[...]

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    7-1 Network Interface 7. Ap pendix 7.1 Specifications Specifications Standard Compliance 10 Base-T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) 100 Base-TX F ast Ethernet (IEEE 802.3u) Connector Interface Ethernet 10 Base-T port: RJ-45 F ast Ethernet 100 Base-TX port: RJ-45 Network Connection LAN (Local Area Network) Compatibility ITU-T T .37 Network Protocol TCP/IP E-[...]

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    7-2 Network Interface 7.2 Entering chara cters T o enter letters or other c haracters, use the following guidelin es: By pressing the numeric key repeatedly , you can access the following c harac- ters as shown in the table b elow . Numeric keys Character 1 . @ – _ , / : & ' ! ? A B C 2 D E F 3 G H I 4 J K L 5 M N O 6 P Q R S 7 T U V 8 W[...]

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    7-3 Network Interface T o change upper and lower case Press [ ] to toggle upper case and lower case . Your Name ;Upper _ Your Name ;Lower _ The word “Upper” means the machine will enter only upp er-case letters . The word “Lower” means the machine will enter only low er-case letters . Entering a symbol Y ou can also enter special c haracter[...]

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    7-4 Network Interface[...]