<Network>

This section describes the network settings.
<Output Report>
  <Preferences> <Network>
You can print the settings in <Network>. Printing a List of Settings
<Confirm Network Connection Setting Changes>
  <Preferences> <Network>
If this setting is set to <On>, you can change network settings. If errors related to network connections occur, an error message appears on the touch panel display of the machine. Canceling the Network Setting Lock
<Use IPv4>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv4 Settings>
Set whether to use IPv4. Setting an IPv4 Address
<IP Address Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv4 Settings>
Specify the IPv4 address. Setting an IPv4 Address
<DHCP Option Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv4 Settings>
Specify the optional settings for DHCP. Using a DHCP Server
<PING Command>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv4 Settings>
Tests whether the IPv4 address is set correctly. Conducting a Connection Test for an IPv4 Address
<Use IPv6>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv6 Settings>
Specify whether to use IPv6. Setting an IPv6 Address
<Stateless Address Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv6 Settings>
Specify the IPv6 stateless address. Setting an IPv6 Address
<Manual Address Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv6 Settings>
Specify the IPv6 address manually. Setting an IPv6 Address
<Use DHCPv6>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv6 Settings>
Specify whether to obtain the IPv6 address from the DHCP server. Setting an IPv6 Address
<PING Command>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv6 Settings>
Check whether the IPv6 address is correctly specified. Conducting a Connection Test for an IPv6 Address
<Only Retrieve Stateful Address Prefix>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv6 Settings>
Specify whether to obtain only the former half of the stateful address from the DHCP server by using DHCPv6.
<DHCP Option Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <IPv6 Settings>
Specify the optional settings for DHCP. Using a DHCP Server
<DNS Server Address Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <DNS Settings>
Specify the DNS server address settings. Making DNS Settings
<DNS Host/Domain Name Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <DNS Settings>
Specify the host name and domain name of the machine. Making DNS Settings
<DNS Dynamic Update Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <DNS Settings>
Specify whether to perform the automatic update when the mapping between the host name and IP address is changed on an environment such as DHCP. Making DNS Settings
<mDNS Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings> <DNS Settings>
Specify settings for using the DNS function on a system that does not have a DNS server. Making DNS Settings
<Computer Name/Workgroup Name Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the name of the machine on the network and the name of the workgroup it belongs to. If your environment does not have workgroups, create a workgroup in Windows and enter the name of that workgroup.
<SMB Server Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the SMB server settings to open the Advanced Box to the public in a network. Setting the SMB Server
<Specify SMB Server Version>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the version of SMB to use with the SMB server. Setting the SMB Server
<SMB Client Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the settings to use when the machine connects to a network as an SMB client. Setting the SMB Client
<Specify SMB Client Version>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the version of SMB to use with the SMB client. Setting the SMB Client
<WINS Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for Windows Internet Name Service (WINS). Making WINS Settings
<LPD Print Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for LPD printing. To use LPD printing, press <On> and set the time until the job is automatically canceled when the print data cannot be received due to a communication error, etc.
<RAW Print Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for RAW printing. To use RAW printing, press <On> and set whether to use bidirectional communication and the time until the job is automatically canceled when the print data cannot be received due to a communication error, etc.
<SNTP Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP). Making SNTP Settings
<FTP Print Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for FTP printing. To use FTP printing, press <On>, and set <User Name> and <Password> as necessary.
<Use UTF-8 to Display Name of FTP Print Job>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify whether to use UTF-8 for displaying file names when you perform FTP print.
<WSD Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the WSD settings. To use WSD (Web Service on Devices) for the print application, set <Use WSD> to <On>. To use WSD to retrieve the information for the machine, set <Use WSD Browsing> to <On>.
To use the WSD Scan function, set <Use WSD Scan Function> to <On>. Using WSD
<Use FTP PASV Mode>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify whether to use the FTP PASV mode. Setting the PASV Mode of FTP
<IPP Print Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for IPP printing. To use IPP printing, press <On> and set whether to only allow communication data encrypted with TLS (IPP printing) and whether to use IPP authentication.
<Multicast Discovery Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the multicast discovery settings. Monitoring the Machine From Device Management Systems
<Sleep Mode Notification Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for multicast sending of the Sleep mode notifications on the network.
<Use HTTP>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Enable or disable HTTP setting.
<Use WebDAV Server>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify whether to use the WebDAV server. Making WebDAV Settings
<TLS Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
You can set a key pair, TLS version, and encryption algorithm to use after confirming that a machine uses TLS encrypted communication. Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS
<Proxy Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for the proxy. Setting a Proxy
<Confirm Auth. Info. When in Auth. Management Mode>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify whether the machine checks authentication information when you print using the V4 printer driver.
<IPSec Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the IPSec settings. Configuring the IPSec Settings
<SIP Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the SIP settings. For information on using <SIP Settings>, see the IP FAX Expansion Kit User's Guide.
<TCP/IP Option Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify the TCP option window scale and MTU size.
<Use Network Link Scan>
  <Preferences> <Network> <TCP/IP Settings>
Specify whether to use Network Link Scan.
<AppleTalk Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify whether to use AppleTalk. Also, specify the protocol when you use AppleTalk.
<SNMP Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify the SNMP settings. Monitoring and Controlling via SNMP
<Format Host Resources MIB to RFC2790>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify whether the host resources MIB is compliant with the specifications of RFC2790.
<Dedicated Port Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify whether to configure/refer to detailed information of the machine from the Canon drivers or utility software.
<Dedicated Port Authentication Method>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify the authentication method for the dedicated port.
<Use Spool Function>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify whether to spool print jobs that are sent to the machine in the hard disk of the machine.
<Waiting Time for Connection at Startup>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify the waiting time for connecting to a network from when the machine starts. Setting the Wait Time When Connecting to a Network
<Ethernet Driver Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify the Ethernet driver settings. Making Ethernet Settings
<Sleep Mode Priority Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Put a priority on either the speed of waking from sleep mode or saving power consumption during sleep mode.
<IEEE 802.1X Settings>
  <Preferences> <Network>
Specify the settings for IEEE 802.1X. Configuring the IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings
<Outbound Filter>
  <Preferences> <Network> <Firewall Settings> <IPv4 Address Filter>
Specify the outbound filter. Specifying IP Addresses in Firewall Settings
<Inbound Filter>
  <Preferences> <Network> <Firewall Settings> <IPv4 Address Filter>
Specify the inbound filter. Specifying IP Addresses in Firewall Settings
<Always Allow Sending/Receiving Using ICMP>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Firewall Settings>  <IPv4 Address Filter>
Specify whether to always allow ICMP communication.
<Outbound Filter>
  <Preferences> <Network> <Firewall Settings> <IPv6 Address Filter>
Specify the outbound filter. Specifying IP Addresses in Firewall Settings
<Inbound Filter>
  <Preferences> <Network>  <Firewall Settings>  <IPv6 Address Filter>
Specify the inbound filter. Specifying IP Addresses in Firewall Settings
<Always Allow Sending/Receiving Using ICMPv6>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Firewall Settings>  <IPv6 Address Filter>
Specify whether to always allow ICMPv6 communication.
<Outbound Filter>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Firewall Settings>  <MAC Address Filter>
Specify the outbound filter. Specifying MAC Addresses in Firewall Settings
<Inbound Filter>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Firewall Settings>  <MAC Address Filter>
Specify the inbound filter. Specifying MAC Addresses in Firewall Settings
<IP Address Block Log>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Firewall Settings>
Displays the log for blocking with an IP address filter. Specifying IP Addresses in Firewall Settings
<Use Mopria>
  <Preferences>  <Network>
Specify whether to print data directly from mobile devices that support Mopria®, such as smartphones and tablets. Utilizing the Machine through Applications
<Use AirPrint>
  <Preferences>  <Network>
Specify whether to print directly from an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, or Mac that supports AirPrint. Using AirPrint
<Google Cloud Print Settings>
  <Preferences>  <Network>
Specify whether to print directly from a computer, smartphone, or tablet, etc., that supports Google Cloud Print. Using Google Cloud Print
<Device Position Information Settings>
  <Preferences>  <Network>
Specify the device position information settings. Using AirPrint
<Select Interface>
  <Preferences>  <Network>
Specify whether you use a Wired LAN, Wireless LAN, or both Wired and Wireless LAN at the same time. Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN
<Wireless LAN Settings>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Wireless LAN>
Specify the wireless LAN settings. Connecting to a Wireless LAN
<Wireless LAN Information>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Wireless LAN>
Displays the setting information of wireless LAN. Check the settings and information of the wireless LAN
<Power Save Mode>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Wireless LAN>
Specify whether to set the machine to the power save mode periodically, according to the signals sent by a wireless LAN router. Connecting to a Wireless LAN
<Use Direct Connection>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Specify whether to use direct connection. Connecting Directly
<Direct Connection Type>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Select the type of direct connection. Connecting Directly
<Device Name for Wi-Fi Direct>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Specify the device name to use for direct connections (Wi-Fi Direct).
<Time Until Direct Connection Session Is Terminated>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Specify the time before communication is automatically terminated when there is a prolonged period of no data transmission/reception while communicating using direct connection.
<Access Point Mode Settings>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Specify the settings for access point mode.
<Always Keep Enabled If SSID/Network Key Specified>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
If <Specify SSID to Use> and <Specify Network Key to Use> are enabled in <Access Point Mode Settings>, direct connections can be made without pressing <Enable> in <Direct Connection> in <Mobile Portal>.
<IP Address Settings for Direct Connection>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Specify the IP address to distribute to mobile devices connecting using direct connection.
<Personal SSID and Network Key Settings>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Specify an SSID and network key for each user when logging in and connecting using a direct connection. To set an SSID, set <Specify SSID to Use> to <On>, and enter the SSID. To set a network key, set <Specify Network Key to Use> to <On>, and enter the network key.
If <Automatically Enable/Disable Direct Connection at Login/Logout> is set to <On>, direct connections are possible when logging in without pressing <Mobile Portal>  <Direct Connection> <Enable>.
<Use Login Name as User Name for Print Jobs>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Direct Connection Settings>
Specify whether to display the login name as the user name of print jobs that are printed using direct connection.
<Use Bluetooth>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Bluetooth Settings>
Specify whether to use a Bluetooth connection.
<Beacon Settings>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Bluetooth Settings>
Specify the type of beacon sent by the machine. The beacon is used when searching for the printer from a mobile device. You can send a beacon for Canon PRINT Business and a beacon for AirPrint.
<Set Device Name/PIN Code>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Bluetooth Settings>
Specify the device name of the machine to notify by Bluetooth and the PIN code to use for pairing.
<Connection Timeout>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Bluetooth Settings>
Specify the timeout time for pairing when a Bluetooth device is detected.
<Display MAC Address>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Bluetooth Settings>
Displays the Bluetooth MAC address of the machine.
<Connected Device Information>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Bluetooth Settings>
Displays a list of MAC addresses for paired Bluetooth devices.
<IP Address Settings>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Sub Line Settings>
Specify the IPv4 address to use with a wireless LAN (sub line) when using both a wired LAN and wireless LAN at the same time.
<Priority Line for Communication with Mobile Devices>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Sub Line Settings>
Select the line to connect mobile devices to when using both a wired LAN (main line) and wireless LAN (sub line) at the same time.
<Restrict Functions for Sub Line>
  <Preferences>  <Network>  <Sub Line Settings>
Restricts the functions that can be used with the sub line (wireless LAN) when using both a wired LAN (main line) and wireless LAN (sub line) at the same time. If you set this to <On>, the functions available with the sub line (wireless LAN) are limited to LPD printing, RAW printing, and SNMP.
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