Configuring the network settings in [System Settings]
Configure the network settings in [System Settings] according to your environment and how you will be using the machine.
The following procedure explains connecting this machine to an IPv4 network using Ethernet cable.
Note that the settings you must configure will vary depending on your operating environment. For details about network settings and configuration procedures, see “Network Settings Required to Use Scan to Folder Function”, Network and System Settings Guide.
Press the [User Tools/Counter] key, and then press [System Settings].
The System Settings screen appears.
Press the [Interface Settings] tab.
Press [Machine IPv4 Address] to specify the machine’s IPv4 address.
To specify a static IPv4 address for this machine, press [Specify], and then enter the IPv4 address and subnet mask.
To obtain an IPv4 address from a DHCP server automatically, press [Auto-Obtain (DHCP)].
Press [IPv4 Gateway Address], and then enter the IPv4 gateway address.
Press [Effective Protocol], and then make [IPv4] active.
To send files to shared folders, make [SMB] active.
To send files to Netware folders, make [NetWare] active.
- If an extended wireless LAN board (optional) is installed, press [LAN Type] on the [Interface Settings] tab, then press [Ethernet], and then configure the network settings.