[Network]

Specify the settings for the machine’s network environment.
* Values in bold red text are the default settings for each item.
 

[Select Wired/Wireless LAN]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Set whether to connect the machine to the network using a wired or wireless LAN. Selecting Wired or Wireless LAN
* If you are switching from a wired LAN to a wireless LAN, you can make the change within the procedure for configuring the wireless LAN.
[Wired LAN]
[Wireless LAN]

[Wireless LAN Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Specify the settings for connecting the machine to a wireless LAN and to save energy while the machine is connected to a wireless LAN.
[Wireless LAN Settings]

[Direct Connection Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Specify the settings for using a direct connection and for the connection function. Enabling the Direct Connection Function
[Use Direct Connection]
[Off]
[On]
[Direct Connection Termination]
[Automatically Terminate Session]
     [Off]
     [On]
          [Time Until Session Terminates]
               1 to 60 (min.)
[Access Point Mode Settings]
[Use Custom SSID]
     [Off]
     [On]
          [SSID]
[Use Custom Network Key]
     [Off]
     [On]
          [Network Key]
[Keep Enabled If SSID/Ntwk Key Spcfd]*1
[Off]
[On]
[Config. IP Address For Direct Conn.]
192.168.22.1
*1 May not be displayed depending on the model, the installed options, and other settings.

[Easy Connection via PC]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Start cableless setup mode.
To configure the network settings using the Canon Laser NW Device Setup Utility, select cableless setup mode.
* You can download the Canon Laser NW Device Setup Utility from the Canon website for your country/region.
   https://global.canon/en/support/

[TCP/IP Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Specify the settings for using the machine on a TCP/IP network.
[TCP/IP Settings]

[SNMP Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Specify the settings for setting up, monitoring, and controlling the machine using SNMP management software. Configuring SNMP
To ensure compliance with the protocol’s advanced specifications (RFC2790) when the machine’s status is being monitored, set [Format Host Rsrcs. MIB to RFC2790] to [On].
[SNMPv1 Settings]
[Off]
[On]
 
[SNMPv3 Settings]
[Off]
[On]
 
[Acquire Printer Mngt. Info. from Host]
[Off]
[On]
 
[Format Host Rsrcs. MIB to RFC2790]
[Off]
[On]

[Use Dedicated Port]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Specify whether to use a dedicated port.
Use a dedicated port for tasks such as printing from a computer, scanning using the MF Scan Utility, and configuring or browsing the machine’s settings.
[Off]
[On]

[Dedicated Port Auth. Method]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Set the authentication method when using a dedicated port.
If you specify [Mode 2], communication via the dedicated port will be limited to secure authentication methods only. This may mean that you cannot connect to the machine from device management software, drivers or other software.
[Mode 1]
[Mode 2]

[Wait Time for Conn. at Startup]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Set the waiting time until a connection is established when the machine starts up.
If the machine is connected via a device such as a switching hub, you may not be able to connect to the network even when the setting on the machine is correct. If so, set the waiting time and reconnect.
0 to 300 (sec.)

[Ethernet Driver Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Set the Ethernet communication method. Manually Configuring the Ethernet Settings
This also allows you to check the MAC address on a wired LAN. Viewing the MAC Address of the Wired LAN
* If the [Communication Mode] is set to [Half Duplex], [1000BASE-T] cannot be selected.
[Auto Detect]
[Off]
[Communication Mode]
[Half Duplex]
[Full Duplex]
[Ethernet Type]
[10BASE-T]
[100BASE-TX]
[1000BASE-T]
[On]
 
[MAC Address]

[Use IEEE 802.1X]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Specify whether to use IEEE 802.1X.
Use Remote UI from a computer to set the IEEE 802.1X authentication method. Using IEEE 802.1X
* [Use IEEE 802.1X] may not be displayed depending on the model, the installed options, and other settings.
[Off]
[On]

[Firewall Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Specify whether to enable an IP address filter and MAC address filter.
Use Remote UI from a computer to set the default policy for filtering and the exception addresses. Setting the Firewall
[IPv4 Address Filter]
[Outbound Filter]
[Off]
[On]
[Inbound Filter]
[Off]
[On]
 
[IPv6 Address Filter]
[Outbound Filter]
[Off]
[On]
[Inbound Filter]
[Off]
[On]
 
[MAC Address Filter]
[Outbound Filter]
[Off]
[On]
[Inbound Filter]
[Off]
[On]

[Device Settings Management]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Select whether to use the device management software to manage Address Book destinations, settings, and other data in the machine. For more information, see the manual of the software you are using.
[Off]
[On]

[RMT-SW]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Normally, use the machine with this set to [Off].
When your service representative carries out device maintenance remotely, he or she may change this to [On].
[Off]
[On]

[Initialize Network Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Network]
Use this to restore the network settings to the factory settings. Initializing Specific Settings and Data
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