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Enter the New Value and touch Save. Repeat step 7 and 8 until you have set the values specified in the instructions that came with the Xerox Foreign Interface Kit.
Example on the you should set the NVM to 1. Touch Exit keep log. D 27 2 SafeCom Controller 2. Install the foreign device interface according to the according to the manual N 1. Ensure cable connections between SafeCom and PH are correct.
See diagram below. On the device touch-screen, tap the login button in the upper right corner. Log in as system administrator with username default is admin and password default is Press Machine Status on the touch-screen. Tap Tools. Select Accounting from the menu and select Authentication Mode. Set Foreign Device Interface to On. Set Job Timer to Disable. Set Print Job Control to Disable.
Set Inhibit Services to All Services Set Internal Credits to Enable. Set Image Counter to Charge. Open the SafeCom controller webpage by entering the controller IP address in a browser 2. Select Advanced Configuration. Note: For the purpose of failover, it is possible to specify multiple SafeCom servers. The SafeCom Controller attempts to contact the servers in their order of appearance.
Note: If a password is set 2. If the page is password-protected you will be prompted for a user name and password. D 30 2 SafeCom Controller 2. It is possible to specify multiple SafeCom servers for the purpose of failover.
The SafeCom Controller will attempt to contact the servers in their order of appearance 2. Front End Identification determines how users are identified. The latter allows users to log in with Windows user logon and Windows password. The Front End Timeout defaults to 60 seconds. Users will be logged out if they do not perform an operation on the touch-screen for this period. D 31 2 SafeCom Controller 2. For fixed IP addresses, use the printer's IP address.
Copy Idle Timeout. When the SafeCom controller automatically logs-out the user after the MFP is idle for a length of time.
If Idle timeout is set to 0 there is no timeout. The pace of high speed print is then comparable to that of printing the document directly to the printer. SafeCom G2 version S82 The directly printed document needs to be submitted via a SafeCom Push Port that is is referencing the same tracking device.
There is the risk that the user standing at the device printing and copying may experience that other users' direct prints are printed between their own jobs. If a page document is cancelled after 10 pages the job is only tracked and priced as 10 pages.
Driver Names. During Pull Printing, SafeCom compares the driver name embedded in the print job with its list of driver names. If there is no match, the document appears with a question mark [? This way the user is warned that fidelity is low and the document may print incorrectly.
D 33 2 SafeCom Controller 2. Or you can choose to use the manually specified IP address. A maximum of 14 DNS servers can be specified. D 34 2 SafeCom Controller 2. The SafeCom Controller will attempt to contact the servers in their order of appearance. If the SafeCom server is clustered you must specify the address of the virtual server. Click Printer and check Network ó Port Enter the Printer IP address. Once the device is registered it will appear in the SafeCom Administrator. The device is also registered when you add it in SafeCom Administrator 2.
To disable security, change the password back to adm. Click Password. The password is maximum 8 characters. Warning: Make sure to store the password in a secure place.
D 35 2 SafeCom Controller 2. Click SafeCom. Change Front End Identification. Click Save and Continue to save your settings. Select Restart. Click Restart again. Click General. Click Printer. In Driver names enter the name of the drivers you believe are compatible with the printer. Documents generated with these drivers will not cause a fidelity warning if there is a mismatch. Check Manual and enter the IP address etc. D 36 2 SafeCom Controller 2. Log on as an administrator and issue the arp command from the command prompt.
If you want to use the IP address: Enter: arp -s Issue the ping command from the command prompt, the format is: Syntax: ping For example if you want to use the IP address: The ping is only to ensure that a local arp entry is made on the client computer.
Use the dot. Press Select to accept an address. D 37 2 SafeCom Controller 2. Enter the Contact Person name, phone number. The SafeCom Controller will by default sense and decide the speed Mbps, unless the number of ports using 10 Mbps are in majority. D 38 2 SafeCom Controller 2. On the SafeCom Controller web interface you need to: 1. If required you can change Copy Idle Timeout.
When the MFP has been idle for this timeout the user is automatically logged out. A value of 0 seconds means no timed logout. Click Restore Factory Default. Click Printer and change Printer Port Number to the new port number. D 39 2 SafeCom Controller 2. To disable these network access methods follow these steps: 1. Click General and scroll to Network Access. Download the file s from the links supplied to you.
Unzip the files. Unzipped file: nnn. Supports half-duplex, but not full-duplex transmission. From the command prompt window, issue the ftp command. Enter: ftp The SafeCom Controller prompts you for a username and a password. Both are adm by default. Put the SafeCom Controller into software update mode by downloading the software file into the codes folder.
Enter: cd codes put. Login again to update the software". Logout of the ftp session. Enter: quit 4. Start a new ftp session and log in. Enter: ftp The command prompt window displays the text "Logged in for software update". Set the binary transfer type and download put the software file. Enter: binary hash put. Do not interfere with the SafeCom Controller until it has restarted. Enter: quit D 41 2 SafeCom Controller 2.
Open the Advanced Configuration web page. Click Restart to mini-FTP. The SafeCom Controller prints a page with the text "Awaiting microcode download Issue the ping command from the command prompt.
Enter: ping From the command prompt issue the ftp command. Enter: quit D 42 2 SafeCom Controller 8. You may wish to delete the static entry again.
Enter: arp -d This should eliminate eventual network broadcast and network noise that could otherwise disturb the data being sent to the SafeCom Controller. One way of accomplishing this could be done by connecting the computer and controller to the same network switch, and removing network connections to that switch. A 3 rd party SNMP tool can be used to monitor the status.
Follow the steps below. Power up the SafeCom Front-end. When the reader beeps remove the configuration card minimum half a meter away. Within the next 8 seconds present any customer Cotag card. When the beep sound the configuration process is completed.
In most cases you initiate the login sequence by using your card. However, if login is by user code you start by touching the screen, entering the user code and tap OK.
Enter your 4-digit PIN code. This is not required if Login without PIN code is enabled for the user. Once logged in you can select an option from the touch-screen.
Touch Print All to print all documents except any retained documents. Documents are printed in chronological order oldest first. The Copy icon is only present if copy control is enabled 2.
Documents appear in chronological order with the newest at the top of the list. If Print all at login is checked any documents pending collection will be printed first. In the above example the preceding R shows the document is retained. The 0. Print all will always be one copy of each document.
There is a configurable Copy idle timeout that defaults to 60 seconds 2. Login on the SafeCom Color Front-end. Enter the 8-digit PUK code that you received by e-mail or from your Administrator.
The touch-screen will automatically prompt you for a 4-digit PIN code of your own choice. You must enter this again to verify it. Log in on the SafeCom Color Front-end. Enter the new PIN code twice. Power off the SafeCom Color Front-end. Gently wipe the display with a dry, lint-free, soft cloth. If any stains remains: 3. Moisten a lint-free, soft cloth with water or a mixture of isopropyl alcohol and water that does not contain impurities.
Wring out as much of the liquid as you can. Wipe the display again; do not let any liquid drip into the computer. Dry the display. Note: Anti-static LCD cleaning cloths are also acceptable alternatives. Isopropyl Alcohol is a flammable liquid. Do not use this cleaner near an exposed flame or when the system is on. D 48 4 Troubleshooting 4 Troubleshooting 4. In the following you will find useful troubleshoot hints. The most common problems reported by end-users have been compiled into an online SafeCom Help Desk Assistant available at safecom.
The message is cleared and the device returns to normal operation by itself a couple of minutes after communication has been restored. If none of the above accounts for the message it could be because the Windows system on the SafeCom server does not allow any more connections.
D 49 4 Troubleshooting 4. Use the web browser to add the driver name to the list. With exclusive ownership it is ensured that it is your documents only that prints while you are logged in. If you get this message for no apparent reason it could also be because SNMP is disabled on the printer. Please enable SNMP on the printer. This may happen if you log in at two or more devices and try to do a print all simultaneously. D 50 4 Troubleshooting 4. Check for: 1 wrong paper size, 2 manual feed, 3 out of paper, 4 paper jam or 5 toner low.
It could also be because either the printer or the network is running at 10 Mbps. The LAN speed can be set explicitly via a web browser. The steps below apply to Internet Explorer. Start Internet Explorer.
On the Tools menu click Internet OptionsÖ 3. Click on the Security tab in the Internet Options dialog. Click on Custom LevelÖ to open the Security Settings dialog. Scroll down to Scripting, Active scripting and click Enable. 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 and used 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 or more of the following measures óReorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
If so required, a declaration of conformity in local language stipulating the applied rules and regulations can be obtained. The marking on this product indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household waste. In order to prevent unintentional harm to the environment or human health, please separate this product from other types of waste. Recycle if possible to promote sustainable reuse of resources. More documents Similar magazines Info.
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