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Axis 70UAXIS Network Document Server 70U - E-mail digital sender

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With AXIS 70U Network Document Server, you can scan documents, such as reports and photos, and e-mail them instantly to any number of people at a time. Easy to install and use, AXIS 70U provides a faster, cheaper and safer method of distributing documents than by fax, traditional mail or courier.

 

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Very good network document scanning solution, takes up very little space and is very easy for your network users to operate once it is configured.

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Axis Network Document Servers

Users Manual

AXIS 70 AXIS 70U AXIS 7000 Network Document Servers

Notices

Take some time to read through the safety notices before installing the Network Document Servers. Please observe all safety markings and instructions when using this product.
Do not proceed beyond any of the above notices, until you have fully understood the implications.
Caution! - must be observed to avoid loss of data or damage to your equipment. Important! - must be observed to avoid operational impairment.
Copyright Information - The unauthorized copying of materials that are covered by copyright and other international
USA - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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 isno 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: - - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Shielded (STP) network cables must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the class B limits. Europe - This digital equipment fulfils the requirements for radiated emission according to limit B of EN55022, and the requirements for immunity according to EN55024 residential, commercial, and light industry (Compliance is not valid for unshielded network cables). Japan - This is a class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference from Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according to the instruction manual Australia - This electronic device meets the requirements of the Radio communications (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Standard 1998 AS/NZS 3548
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) -
proprietary or intellectual property rights is prohibited in most countries. Axis Communications AB recommends that the users of this equipment seek the necessary authorizations for copying material. The instructions for use in the manual shall not be considered as an inducement to make illicit duplications of material. Any duplication will be made at the users own risk.
Liability - Every care has been taken in the preparation of this manual; if you detect any inaccuracies or omissions, please inform
Software Trademark Acknowledgments - JPEG code (libjpeg) used courtesy of the Independent JPEG Group. LDAP code (libldap and libber) used courtesy of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Copyright 1991 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved. TIFF code (libtiff) used courtesy of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics, Inc. Copyright 1988-1996 Sam Leffler. Copyright 1991-1996 Silicon Graphics, Inc. Maintenance may cause damage. It is recommended that you use a moist cloth to clean the unit. Do not use petroleum based substances as this Revision 2.7 Date: October 2002 Network Document Servers Users Manual Copyright Axis Communications AB, 2000 - 2002
Trademark Acknowledgments - Acrobat, Adobe, AIX, DOS, Ethernet, IBM, Internet Explorer, Macintosh, Microsoft, Netscape Navigator, OS/2, UNIX and Windows are registered trademarks of the respective holders.
your local Axis office. Axis Communications AB cannot be held responsible for any technical or typographical errors and reserves the right to make changes to the product and manuals without prior notice. Axis Communications AB makes no warranty of any kind with regard to the material contained within this document, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Axis Communications AB shall not be liable nor responsible for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this material.
Preface. 5 Support Services. 6 Introduction. 7 The AXIS 70/70U Network Document Server. 7 The AXIS 7000 Network Document Server. 8 Features and Benefits (AXIS 7000). 8 Physical Description. 13 Control Panel. 15 External Keyboard. 16 AXIS 7000 Accessories. 19 Basic Installation. 20 Checking the Hardware Inventory. 20 Connecting Scanners and Digital Copiers. 22 Connecting the Document Server to the Network. 23 Assigning an IP Address. 24 Mapping a Host Name to the IP Address. 34 Verifying your Installation. 34 Configuring the Document Server. 36 Overview of the Administration Tools. 36 Specifying the System Settings. 39 Specifying Network Settings. 43 Specifying Authentication Settings. 55 Specifying Destinations. 57 Specifying Profiles. 69 Specifying Paper Sizes. 81 Configuring Using a Text Editor and FTP. 83 Scan Counter (AXIS 7000 only). 84 Using the Document Server. 88 Sending Methods. 88 Authentication. 91 Sending to Destinations. 92 Adding Temporary Destinations. 95 Adding Temporary Profiles (AXIS 7000 only). 99 Changing the Name of the Scanned Image Files (AXIS 7000 only). 100 Adding a Temporary E-mail Subject. 101 Scanning Parameters. 102 Sending to your Web Browser (AXIS 7000 only). 104 Viewing Image Files. 106 Meta Information. 108 AXIS 7000 only. 108 Example: Archiving. 110 Example: Invoice Handling. 118

The Instruction label supplied with the Document Server can be attached to your keyboard for quick reference to the function of the main keys.

Network Document Server

To enter an e-mail address - press Insert To search for an e-mail address - type first letters or initials

C O M M U N I CAT IONS

The function of each key is described below:
The F1 key scans the material in the scanner device. Use this key to scan each page of bound materials, for example, books and magazines. F1 corresponds to the Add page key on the control panel. The F2 key sends the scanned material to the selected destination and releases the Document Server for other users. For a single page or stack of sheets, use this key to scan the material and send the image in one step. F2 corresponds to the Send key on the control panel. Press the F3 key to change the profile. Scroll through the list of available profiles by repeatedly pressing F3. Press the F4 key to change the paper size. Scroll through the list of available paper sizes by repeatedly pressing F4. AXIS 7000 only - Press the F5 key to switch between Duplex (double-sided printing) and No duplex (single-sided printing). Press the F6 key to change between defined e-mail subjects. Scroll through the list of available e-mail subjects by repeatedly pressing F6. Press the F9 key to select the pre-defined Quick Destination, see Specifying Destinations on page 57 for more information. The Esc key cancels the sending process at any stage and clears any selections made from the menu. It also resets error messages. Esc corresponds to the Cancel key on the control panel.

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18 Physical Description
The Tab key scrolls the menu. Tab corresponds to the Menu key on the control panel. The Enter key selects multiple destinations. Enter corresponds to the Select key on the control panel. The Up and Down arrow keys scroll and select menu options. The Up and Down arrow keys correspond to the Up/Down keys on the Control Panel.
Note: When sending your document, the product always uses the destination and scanning options most recently displayed, whether explicitly selected or not.

Insert

Press the Insert key to add an address or subject. Press Enter to finish a new address or subject. Press Delete to remove a temporary address, a temporary subject or to delete characters when editing a subject. Press Backspace to delete characters. Press the Left arrow key to go backwards in the menu. Press Page Up to go to the next entry with a different first character in the Send to: or Sent by: list. Press Page Down to go to the previous entry with a different first character in the Send to: or Sent by: list. Press Home to go to the first entry in the Send to: or Sent by: list. Press End to go to the last entry in a list. Press Ctrl+A to access the advanced menu. Use Page Up/Down to scroll and select menu options.

When installing the Document Server for the first time, it is recommended that the Administrator retains the default system settings, profiles and paper sizes. Optionally, customize these when you are familiar with the unit operation and functionality.

Services overview

The table below provides an overview of the information and services provided by each button on this page:
Button Description Allows editing of the General, Date & Time, User Options, Authentication, International and Meta Information settings.

View Settings

Lists the current parameter settings in the configuration file.

Restart Server

Restarts the Document Server. Removes all previously loaded temporary destinations and profiles from the memory.

Factory Defaults

Restores the factory default settings and restarts the Document Server automatically. All previously loaded destinations are erased from memory.

The Edit Button

Click the Edit button to display the This Document Server - Edit Page. Clicking the appropriate tag displays the General, Date & Time, User Options, Authentication, International and Meta Information settings for your Document Server as described below:
40 Configuring the Document Server

General

Server Password and Confirm This is the Administrator password required for accessing the AXIS 7000 for administration tools. To change the password, simply enter your new password in the Server Password field. Repeat the new password in the Confirm field to check the spelling and syntax.
Notes: It is recommended that you change the password of your Document Server as soon as possible, since all Axis products are shipped with the same password as default. If you lose the Server password, you must restore the factory default settings. See Restoring Factory Default Settings on page 133. An asterisk * is displayed for each alphanumeric character that comprises the password in the Server password field of the This Document Server page.

Date & Time

If you are using time synchronization, specify the time zone in which the Document Server operates. UTC is Universal Time Coordinated which used to be known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), i.e. the local time at the Greenwich meridian (zero degrees longitude). No DST means that automatic adjustment for DST (Daylights Savings Time) is not included. However, the country specific time zones include adjustment for DST. The AXIS 7000 has a built-in real time clock with a back-up battery which will keep the time when the power supply is disconnected. Automatically using the Network Time Protocol (NTP) Click here to obtain date and time information from a time synchronization source. Time stamps are used in the event log. NTP Server Specify the name or IP address of the NTP server used for time synchronization. SMB Click here to obtain date and time information from Microsoft Windows NT Network (SMB) - a time synchronization source for NT domains.

52 Configuring the Document Server

Notes:

The user can specify another sender at the moment of scanning. This, however, does not apply if the administrator has enabled Authentication or if the Specify the sender of scanned documents option is not selected (see the admin|Edit|User Options tab) Make sure that your Document Server has a valid SMTP reply address to avoid rejection by spam filters. To be able to receive mail from the Document Server you may need to configure the IP address or host name of the Document Server in the mail server.

External Address Book

A Destination Address Book can be retrieved from an LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server or from a specified file on an FTP server. Alternatively, you can choose not to retrieve an address book. Follow the instructions below to configure the External Address Book: 1. From the Protocols dialog, click the External Address Book tag.
Notes: The external e-mail addresses will appear in alphabetical order together with existing destinations in the destination list on the Document Server message display. The event log will show the amount of e-mail addresses retrieved using LDAP or FTP. For an example, create a destination with the selected transfer method and check the config.ini file.

Your options are:

Product Parameter Options
Description Select this option if you do not want to retrieve an External Address Book. Select this option to retrieve an external address book from an LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server. For more information on LDAP, see LDAP on page 141. Check the Document Server Support Web for more information on the settings for your specific LDAP server. Specify the name or IP Address of the LDAP server. Specify the number of the TCP/IP port. Specify the name for logging on to the LDAP server, e.g. cn=name, o=companyname, c=countrycode. If left blank, no authorization will be attempted. If the contents in this field does not include a "=" or a comma, the string "cn=" is automatically added to the beginning of the contents. Password - Specify the password for logging on to the LDAP server. If the User field is left blank, this setting will be ignored. Confirm - Enter the password again to make sure it was spelled correctly
No External Address Book External Address Book via LDAP (e-mail destinations only)

LDAP Server Port Number

Name Field E-mail Field
Specify the name of the field that contains the destination name. Specify the name of the field that contains the e-mail address. Specify where to begin the search, e.g. o=companyname, c=countrycode. There may be other required settings depending on the LDAP server. Refer to the user documentation of the LDAP server for more information. Specify an LDAP filter in order to reduce the length of the destination list. The filter can be a real LDAP filter, e.g. (givenName=*). You can also specify a list of conditions, e.g. mail=adm*,telephoneNumber=+1 800*. In this case, the Document Server will generate a real LDAP filter. Specify how often the external addresses are reloaded. The value is specified in whole hours, and the default is 12 hours

56 Configuring the Document Server
The SMTP authentication method is also available, refer to Specifying Network Settings on page 43 for information on how to configure the Document Server to use this method.
LDAP Server Authentication
Parameter LDAP Server Port Number Base DN Description Specify the name or IP Address of the LDAP server Specify the number of the TCP/IP port used by the LDAP server Specify the Base Descriptive Name to use when binding to the LDAP server, e.g. ou=people, o=company name Specify the User ID field that contains the user ID / user name of the authenticated user, e.g. uid, userid=johnsmith Specify where to begin the search, e.g. ou=people, o=company name Specify the name of the field that contains the destination name, e.g. cn, commonname=full name Specify the name of the field that contains the e-mail address, e.g. mail=email address Specify whether the AXIS 7000 is to search for the e-mail address and common name attribute using a substring search or an equal search. For more information on LDAP search options, see your LDAP server manual.

User ID Field

Search Base Name Field

E-mail Field

Substring search
Windows NT Server authentication
Parameter Server Name Description Specify the name of the AXIS 7000 to be added in the Windows NT domain.

Domain

Specify the name of the domain where the AXIS 7000 belongs.
Create a Computer Account in the Domain Username & Password Note:
Add the AXIS 7000 to the domain. Check this box to create the account via this interface or use the Server Manager tool on a Windows NT server. Specify the username and password of the NT administrator.
Treat the added computer name as a security element. Before your AXIS 7000 has joined the domain, it is possible for a user to add a different computer to your computer name and have it join the domain using the computer account you have just created for your AXIS 7000. For more Information see the Windows NT Help pages on creating a computer account.

9. Check the Include Page Header check box only if you want date, time, destination, sent by, and page number to appear on your printer output.
10. If the target printer supports double sided printing, check the My Printer Supports Double Sided Printing checkbox and define your printing preferences by clicking the associated radio buttons, namely: Only Print Single Sided, Only Print Double Sided or Print As Scanned. 11. Check the appropriate check boxes to define the supported resolutions and paper sizes for the target printer. 12. To complete this task do one of the following: If you have added a new printer destination, click Add to List. After adding all of your required printers, click Done. If you have edited or copied an existing printer destination, click OK.

LPD Printing

Follow the instructions below to edit or create a new LPD printer destination: 1. Click Destinations. 2. If you want to edit an existing destination in the displayed list, click the Destination Name link and proceed to step 5. 3. Click Printer Destination New >> to display the New Printer Destination Page. 4. Enter a descriptive Destination Name for the printer. 5. Check the LPD radio button. 6. Type the IP Address or Host Name of the LPD server in the Server field. 7. In the Print Queue field, type the name of the target printer queue on the server. Optionally, enter a username to identify ownership of the print job. 8. Define the LPD Mode by clicking one of the adjacent radio buttons, namely, Axis Compatible Print Server, Windows Queue, Unix Queue or Other.
Notes: Click Other if your destination printer server is not Axis-compatible. Click the Unix Queue button only if you wish to distribute the file to a dedicated LPD server on your network.
68 Configuring the Document Server
9. From the drop-down Profile list, select the profile to be used as the default for this destination.
10. Check the Include Page Header checkbox only if you want date, time, destination, Sent By and Page Number to appear on your printer output. 11. If the target printer supports double sided printing, check the My printer supports double sided printing checkbox and define your printing preferences by clicking the associated radio buttons, namely, Only Print Single Sided, Only Print Double Sided or Print As Scanned. 12. Define the supported resolutions and paper sizes for the target printer by checking the appropriate check boxes. 13. To complete this task do one of the following: If you have added a new Printer Destination, click Add to List. After adding all of your required printers, click Done. If you have edited or copied an existing destination, click OK.

Note: Be careful not to transmit images to an unwanted destination. The scanned image is always sent to the destination shown in the display, whether explicitly selected or not.
5. Optionally, press Menu to change the default settings for scanning parameters. You can select temporary settings for profile, paper size and double-sided. Use to select the desired value.
Note: Press the Cancel button to reset all temporary settings to the default values.
6. Insert a single page into the flatbed or a stack of paper into the sheet feeder of the attached scanner device.
One single page or a stack of paper in the sheet feeder: a. Press Send one step. a. Press Add to scan and send the image to the destination in
Several separate pages or stacks of paper: to scan each page or stack. b. Insert the next page or stack and press Add again. Repeat the procedure until all the pages have been scanned. c. Press Send to transmit the image to the destination. During the scanning this message appears on the display:
Scanning #1 please wait Note: If you do not press Send within 60 seconds after scanning a page by pressing Add the scan job will automatically be finished and sent.
7. When you have pressed Send and the transfer of the document image is completed, the Document Server is released for other users to access.
Notes: If no operations are performed within five minutes of allocation, the Document Server will return to its default settings. The Document Server keeps all temporary settings in memory for 60 seconds from the last scan, and then resets all settings to the default settings. Note: if authentication is enabled, the time span before memory reset is set by the administrator.

Multipage Image Files

By scanning multiple pages, you can accumulate several pages into one image file. Multipage documents are by default, collated and output into a single PDF or TIFF image file. Deselect the All pages in one file parameter only if you want each page to appear separately in several PDF or TIFF files.

Notes:

The JFIF format sends each page as one separate image file. The PCL format sends several pages in a single PCL file. Web browsers not supporting multipage image files require that the Multipage Documents parameter is set to Separate file for each page. Alternatively, scan each page using the Send button. Double-sided is only available if the scanner device supports duplexing.
Job Separation Sheets (AXIS 7000 only)
The AXIS 7000 supports the job separation sheets that can be used with certain scanner devices. A job separation sheet inserted in a stack of paper will divide the scanning job into separate image files. Other separation pages will be ignored. Visit the Axis web site for a comprehensive list of supported scanner devices with this feature. To receive an upright image, the setting should be Portrait and the paper should be placed with the short-edge in the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) or in the A4-R position on the flatbed inside the digital copier. This is true for all the supported digital copiers except Sharp AR-series which always supports the same orientation as when copying i.e. long-edge first.

Entering the Required Meta Information Invoice Handling
The user selects the Orderer or Accounts destination:

Send to: Accounts

The Meta Information in this example is associated with these destinations and the following messages will be displayed:
1. The user is requested to enter the number of the invoice and press Enter.

Invoice No: *

If the entered value is incorrect according to the pattern the following display will be shown for two seconds before returning to the previous prompt.

Wrong No! abcdef

2. The user is requested to enter the date and then press Enter.

Due Date: 08/05/0000 *

3. The user is requested to enter the name of the orderer, then press Enter.

Orderer name: *

Example: Job Applications
Job Applications The administrator wants to send the following information with the scanned image (as specified in the Job Applications example above): 1. Job Description 2. Arrival Date 3. Personal Details of Applicant 4. Job Type The XML DD file generates the required messages (1 to 3) in this example.
XML DD file 1. Job Description: (Required information)
<?xml version = "1.0"?> <!DOCTYPE MetaDataFile SYSTEM "metadata.dtd"> <MetaDataFile> <Ask><When><Destination Description="Job Applications" /></When> <MetaData Required = "yes" Id = "JOB_ID" Prompt = "Job Ref:" ErrorMessage = "Wrong Job Ref!" Pattern = "0-9]{2}-a-zA-Z]{2}-0-9]{5}" DefaultValue = "00-aa-00000" />
2. Arrival Date: (Required information)
<MetaData Required = "yes" Id = "ARRIVAL_DATE" Prompt = "Arrival date:" DefaultValue = "00/00/0000" ErrorMessage = "DD/MM/YYYY" Pattern = "0-9]{2}/0-9]{2}/0-9]{4}" />
3. Personal Details of Applicant - name: (Required information)
<MetaData Required = "yes" Id = "PERSON_NAME" Prompt = "Name:" Pattern = ".+" />

"i{5}" "i{2,}" "i{,2}" "^qwerty" "qwerty$" Notes: only "iiiii" correct only "ii", "iii", "iiii",. only "" "i" and "ii" "qwerty" correct but not "aqwerty" "qwerty" correct but not "qwertyu"
infix notation: Structure notation where the operator is located between the operands, e.g. (A+B). postfix notation: Structure notation where the operator follows the operands, e.g. (A,B)-. *The upper limit for repetitions is set to 48. (This limitation does not apply if the Editable attribute in the XML DTD is set to NO)
Some more examples of regular expressions:
Example "0-9]{2}/0-9]{2}/0-9]{4}" "a-zA-Z]+)|(a-zA-Z]+.a-zA-Z]+) @a-zA-Z]+.a-z]{2,3" "(\(0-9]{3}\))?0-9]{3} ]{,1}0-9]{4}" Description Date DD/MM/YYYY E-mail address: name@example.com name@example.se Telephone number "(123) 123-1234" "(123)1231234" "(123) 123 1234" Name: "John Doe" "John" ZIP code "12345" "12 345" Time : "1:05:59 AM" "1:05:59 am" "1:05:59 PM" "1:05:59 pm" "1:05 AM" URL : "http://www.axis.com/prod/index.html" "ftp://ftp.axis.com/pub/" "www.axis.com" "http://www2.lemonde.fr/article/0,2320,seq-2039-53663-MI A,00.html"

"a-zA-Z ]+"

"0-9]{2} ?0-9]{3}"
"(1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10|11|12): 0-9]{,2}(:0-9]{0,2}) ?(AM|am|Am|PM|pm|Pm)"
"^(http://|ftp://|https://|gopher://)?(a-zA-Z0-9]+.)*a-zA-Z 0-9]+(/(a-zA-Z0-9]|-|.)+)*"
Internally Defined Variables
There are several internal variables defined by the AXIS 7000 that can be output in the Information File. These internal variables are listed below. Example:
<Format> The image is located at $INT_FILE_URL$ The time at the moment of scanning was $INT_TIME$ </Format>
This table contains a list of these internal variables:
Character Description Specifies the URL of the image file. For a file on an FTP server this URL will correspond to the complete URL of the file. For an e-mail to a pre-set destination it will correspond to the URL specified on the Web interface. Specifies the file name of the image file only. Specifies the size of the image file. Specifies the date of the image file. Specifies the time of the image file. Specifies the host name of the AXIS 7000 that produced the file. Specifies the IP address of the AXIS 7000 that has produced the file. Specifies the descriptive name of the scanner that produced the image file. Specifies the profile used for the scanning. Specifies the paper size used for the scanning. Specifies the number of pages of the image file. Specifies the width of the image file. Specifies the height of the image file. Specifies the horizontal resolution of the image file. Specifies the vertical resolution of the image file.

Follow these steps to restore the default settings using FTP: 1. Log in to the Document Server with the command ftp <Internet address>, where <Internet address> is the name or IP address assigned to your Document Server. 2. You will be prompted for user id and password. Use the user id root, which has the default password pass. 3. Issue the command get defaults to restore the default settings. The unit now restarts automatically. 4. Log out using the command quit,bye or exit depending on your FTP version. The Document Server will now restart with the factory default settings.
Front Panel Indicator Conditions
The Power LED is hardware controlled and should always remain on when power is connected to the Document Server. The remaining LEDs are all software controlled. Normal Conditions This table shows the front panel indicators during normal conditions:
Event Power up Status LED On On Flash On On On Busy LED Network LED On On Off Off On Off Off Flash On Off Blink Flash Flash Blink Remarks Initial power to unit Memory test Self test in progress Network LED flashes when network traffic is present Network LED flashes when network traffic is present During Flash loading, the Network LED blinks quickly

Sending Idle

Flash loading Blink
Error Conditions This table lists a summary of error conditions:
Event Power up Idle Status LED On Off On Busy LED Off Off Off Network LED Off Off Off Remarks
Error in FLASH PROM Error in SRAM Error in DRAM/DIMM DRAM/DIMM configuration error SW-HW combination error Illegal serial no. Flash load failed

Flash Flash Flash Flash

Off Flash Off Flash

Flash Off Off Off

Check SCSI cable to scanner device Check RJ45 cable to network Check RJ45 cable to network. If known network traffic, the Network LED should flash. Consult Network Administrator Consult Network Administrator Consult Network Administrator Consult Network Administrator
Consult Network Administrator

Flash Flash

Flash Off
Consult Network Administrator Consult Network Administrator

Status Indicator Off

The Status indicator remains off if a problem with the scanner device communication has occurred. The Document Server message display may additionally provide error status information. The Network indicator flashes when there is network traffic. If it remains off and you know there is network activity, check the network connection.

= None = = = = = = =389 =
LDAP Password LDAP Search Base LDAP Name Field LDAP Mail Field LDAP Filter LDAP Reload Interval

= = = cn = mail = =12

c=countrycode
Specifies the name of the field that contains the destination name. Specifies the name of the field that contains the e-mail address. Specifies an LDAP filter to reduce the length of the destination list, e.g. (givenName=*) Specifies how often the external addresses are to be reloaded. The value is specified in whole hours and the default value is 12 hours. Specifies the name or IP address of the SMTP mail server that provides the e-mail facilities for the AXIS 7000. If you are using DNS, specify the name. Otherwise, specify the IP address. E.g. mail or mail.domain.com or 192.36.253.80. Specifies the name or IP address of the secondary mail server, should the primary be unavailable or disconnected. Specifies time before connection time-out. Specifies the SMTP Port number Specifies which authentication method is enabled. Specifies the time before automatic logout.
SMTP] Primary Mail Server
Secondary Mail Server Connection Timeout SMTP Port Authentication] Authentication Method Authentication TimeOut

= =10 =25 =None =60

Parameter name No mail fail LDAP Server LDAP Port LDAP Base DN LDAP User ID Field LDAP Search Base LDAP Filter Field LDAP Name Field LDAP Mail Field Use LDAP Substring Value =yes = =389 =uid =o=company name, c=country code =cn =mail
Description If enabled, the user will not be authenticated if the matching e-mail address is not found. Specifies the name or IP address of the LDAP server Specifies the number of the TCP/IP port Specifies the User ID field that contains the user ID / user name of the authenticated user, e.g. uid, userid=johnsmith Specifies where to begin the search
Specifies the name of the field that contains the destination name Specifies the name of the field that contains the e-mail address Specifies whether the AXIS 7000 is to search for the e-mail address and common name attribute using a substring search or an equal search.

Profile Server User Password File name Index file Destination-name(URL)] Description
=Text =ftp.axis.se =name =***** =FTPImage =no
Transfer method Destination Destination-printer] Description
Specifies the name of the file destination. This is the name that will appear in the destination list on the AXIS 7000 message display. =Scan-to-URL (SMTP Specifies how the scanned image should be sent; that is by & FTP) which protocol. =name@company.com Defines the E-mail address of the e-mail recipient (SMTP). =printer Specifies the name of the printer. This is the name that will appear in the destination list on the AXIS 7000 message display. Specifies how the scanned image should be sent; that is by which protocol. Defines the print queue for scan to print (LPD). Specifies the amount of image information to be included with the image. Prints Date, time information to the destination printer if the value is set to something other than None. See also Clients] InformationLevel. Dependent on the destination type, specifies the IP address of the FTP server on which the scanned image will be stored, or the printer destination. Specifies the resolution settings supported by the destination printer. Specifies the different paper sizes supported by the destination printer. Defines if the printer destination has duplex support; that is, capable of printing on both sides of the paper.

=name(URL)

Transfer method Destination Information level
=Scan-to-print (LPD) Scan-to-print (TCP) =Printer Queue = Nothing, Basic or Complete

Server

=IP address or DNS name =75, 100, 150, 200, 300, 600, 1200 =Executive, Letter, Legal, Ledger, A4, A3 =yes/no
Resolutions Paper sizes Duplex supported
Parameter name Duplex selection Value =SingleSided, DoubleSided, AsScanned =SingleDataFile, SplitSourceFile, BufferDataFiles, MultipleDataFiles =Descriptive name
Description Defines the printing format for the printer destination.

LPD Mode

Specifies the LPD mode for the printer destination

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AXIS 70U/7000 Users Manual
AXIS 70U AXIS 7000 Network Document Servers

Users Manual

Notices
Take some time to read through the safety notices before installing the Document Server. Please observe all safety markings and instructions when using this product.
Caution! - must be observed to avoid loss of data or damage to your equipment. Important! - must be observed to avoid operational impairment.
Do not proceed beyond any of the above notices, until you have fully understood the implications.
Copyright Information. The unauthorized copying of materials that are covered by copyright and other international proprietary
or intellectual property rights is prohibited in most countries. Axis Communications AB recommends that the users of this equipment seek the necessary authorizations for copying material. The instructions for use in the manual shall not be considered as an inducement to make illicit duplications of material. Any duplication will be made at the users own risk.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
USA - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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 isno 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: - - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Shielded (STP) network cables must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the class B limits. Europe - This digital equipment fulfils the requirements for radiated emission according to limit B of EN55022, and the requirements for immunity according to EN55024 residential, commercial, and light industry (Compliance is not valid for unshielded network cables). Japan - This is a class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference from Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according to the instruction manual Australia - This electronic device meets the requirements of the Radio communications (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Standard 1998 AS/NZS 3548
Liability. Every care has been taken in the preparation of this manual; if you detect any inaccuracies or omissions, please inform your local Axis office. Axis Communications AB cannot be held responsible for any technical or typographical errors and reserves the right to make changes to the product and manuals without prior notice. Axis Communications AB makes no warranty of any kind with regard to the material contained within this document, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Axis Communications AB shall not be liable nor responsible for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this material. Trademark Acknowledgments. Acrobat, Adobe, AIX, DOS, Ethernet, IBM, Internet Explorer, Macintosh, Microsoft, Netscape

Important!

Check that the power supply provided with your Document Server is marked with the correct mains voltage. Make sure the scanner device is switched off and the Document Server power supply is disconnected. AXIS 7000: The SCSI bus may become damaged if you connect or disconnect units when power is on.

Connecting AXIS 7000

Connecting the AXIS 7000 to your scanner device or digital copier: 1. Switch off the scanner device and disconnect the Document Servers external power supply. 2. Connect the SCSI cable to the SCSI connector on the Document Server. 3. Connect the SCSI cable to the scanner device. The Document Server uses a built-in SCSI terminator. Note that the scanner device must also be terminated properly. Refer to the documentation supplied with your scanner device.

Connecting AXIS 70U

Connecting the AXIS 70U to your scanner device: 1. Switch off the scanner device and disconnect the Document Servers external power supply. 2. Connect the USB cable to the USB connector on the Document Server. 3. Connect the USB cable to the scanner device.

Notes:

The AXIS 70U does not support USB hubs or USB converters and can only be connected to one scanning device at a time. The AXIS 70U supports USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 Full Speed.
Connecting the Document Server to the Network
Always consult your Network Administrator before making changes to the network configuration.
Follow the instructions below to connect the Document Server to your network: 1. Turn off the Document Server by disconnecting the power supply. 2. Connect your Document Server to the network.
The Document Server is designed for 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps Ethernet networks and connects to the network via a twisted pair category 5 (or better) cable (10baseT and 100baseTX).
3. Switch on the scanner device. 4. Connect the external power supply to the Document Server. The network indicator will flash during power up and self test. The following message will appear on the display during self test:

AXIS 7000 Version: x.xx

where x.xx is the software version number, e.g. 2.46.
The tri-colored Network indicator displays: flashing yellow - indicating network activity on a 10MB Ethernet network. flashing green - indicating network activity on a 100MB Ethernet network. red - if there is no network connection. Not lit - indicates that there is no network activity.

Assigning an IP Address

To establish communication with the TCP/IP environment, you must assign an IP address and optionally choose a unique host name for your Document Server. Available Methods Choose your preferred method for setting the IP address from the list below then proceed to the appropriate instructions described later in this section:
Description Provides a convenient method for setting the IP address in all supported networking environments. Note: the administrator can disallow this function from the Web based Administration pages. PC Keyboard (Not supplied) Suitable for all supported environments. Connecting a PC compatible keyboard directly to the Mini-DIN connector of the Document Server provides a quick and convenient method for managing the unit, and setting the IP address during system startup. Note: the administrator can disallow this function from the Web based Administration pages. For further details, refer to User Options on page 35. AXIS IP Utility Suitable for all supported networking environments. Available in Windows, UNIX. Recommended method on Windows networks. Available in Windows, UNIX/Linux and OS/2 Available in UNIX/Linux only. Available in UNIX/Linux only. Supplied on the Axis Web site, this Axis tool simplifies the setting of IP addresses for all Axis document servers, print servers and video servers. Automatic assignment of IP addresses. This is the recommended method on networks, since it allows a number of parameters to be set automatically, provided the DHCP server has been configured to do so. Does NOT work over routers. Requires the IP address for each new device to be downloaded individually. Downloads the IP address to each device automatically. It requires a RARP daemon on your system and operates within a single network segment only. Similar to RARP, but operates on the entire network. It requires a BOOTP daemon on your system.

Method Control Panel

Environment Suitable for all supported environments.

ARP RARP

Follow the instructions below to set the IP address from the control panel:
The Administrator can disallow this function from the Web based Administration pages. For further details refer to User Options on page 35.
1. Power up the Document Server. Press Menu display appears:

when this

2. After a few seconds this display will be shown:
IP address: 000.000.000.000

3. Press Select

to edit the IP address:
Edit IP address: 000.000.000.000
4. Press Menu to move through the digits and highlight each digit, one at a time. 5. Use required. 6. Press Select 7. Press Menu to increase or decrease each highlighted digit, as to confirm the changes. to display the default router address setting:
Default router: 000.000.000.000

8. Press Select

to edit the default router address:
Edit router: 000.000.000.000

Using DHCP, ARP, RARP and BOOTP Important!
Use DHCP, ARP, RARP and BOOTP as an alternative to setting the IP address from the control panel or keyboard. Follow the appropriate instructions for the preferred method below.
The IP addresses given here are just examples.

Before you begin:

Power - make sure the document server is powered on and connected to the network. Ethernet Address - Depending on the method you are using, you will need to know the Ethernet address of your Document Server. The Ethernet address is based upon the Document Server serial number. You will find the number on the underside label.

Using DHCP

DHCP is enabled by default but can be disabled by an Administrator from the System Settings page. Once connected, the IP address and all the other settings will be downloaded automatically to the document server if there is a DHCP server running on the network.
Using ARP in Windows Important!
Perform the following commands to download the IP address and verify the communication.
Windows 95 only: If the ARP table is empty, you must first ping an existing unit on your network before setting the IP address of your Document Server. Type arp -a to display the ARP table.
From the Command prompt, type the following:
arp -s <Internet address> <Ethernet address> ping <Internet address>
The Ethernet address equals the serial number of the Document Server with each pair of digits separated by a hyphen. Example:
arp -s 192.168.0.90 00-40-8c-11-00-86 ping 192.168.0.90
The host will return Reply from 192.168.0.90. or a similar message. This indicates that the address has been set and that the communication is established.
Notes: ARP is enabled by default but can be disabled by an Administrator using the System Settings page. The ability to set the IP address with ARP and PING will only be enabled the first 10 minutes after restarting the print server. Once the Document Server has established communication using an appropriate IP address, the arp/ping commands cannot be used to change the address. The reason for this is to avoid accidental or unauthorized changes of the IP address. Restart the Document Server to make it accept the setting of the IP address. You can perform a restart remotely via the Document Server Web interface. See Specifying the System Settings on page 32. When you execute the ping command for the first time, the response time may be significantly longer than usual.

Using ARP in UNIX/Linux and OS/2
In UNIX/Linux and OS/2, type the following commands to download the IP address and verify the communication:
arp -s <host name> <Ethernet or node address> temp ping <host name>
The Ethernet address or node address equals the Document Server serial number with each pair of digits separated by a colon. Example:
arp -s spserv 00:40:8c:11:00:86 temp ping spserv
The host will return spserv is alive or a similar message. This indicates that the address has been set and that communication is established.
Notes: ARP is enabled by default but can be disabled by an Administrator using the System Settings page. The ability to set the IP address with arp and ping will only be enabled the first 10 minutes after restarting the print server. The arp -s command may vary between different systems. Some BSD-type systems expect the host name and Ethernet address in reverse order. IBM AIX systems require the additional argument ether for Ethernet networks, e.g. arp -s ether spserv 00:40:8c:11:00:86 temp Once the Document Server has established communication using an appropriate IP address, the arp/ping commands cannot be used to change the address. The reason is to avoid accidental or unauthorized change of the IP address. Restart the Document Server to make it accept the setting. You can perform a restart remotely via the Document Server Web interface. See Specifying the System Settings on page 32. When you execute the ping command for the first time, the response time may be significantly longer than usual.

Using RARP in UNIX/Linux

Follow these steps to download the IP address using the RARP method: 1. Append the following line to your Ethernet address table. This is typically performed by editing the file /etc/ethers.
<Ethernet address> <host name>

Example:

00:40:8c:24:c0:1c spserv
2. If necessary, update your host table and alias name databases as required by your system. 3. Start the RARP daemon, if it is not already running. This is typically performed using the command rarpd -a 4. Restart the Document Server to download the IP address.

7. If required, specify the password for logging on to the FTP server. Repeat the password in the Confirm field to check the spelling and syntax. 8. Specify the directory on the FTP server where the image will be stored. 9. Define the file name of the scanned image.
The filename defined in the Destination Defaults page is used if the Filename field is left blank.
10. With reference to Filename Sequence Numbers and Extensions (see below), optionally combine the filename with a sequence number and/or a file extension, e.g.
<filename><sequencenumber>.<fileextension>
11. Specify the extension of the information file. If you do not specify an extension the default value will be used. 12. To complete this task do one of the following: To save a new File Destination, click Add to list. Once your File Destination additions are complete, click Done to return to the Destinations page. To save an edited File Destination or to save a copy of a File Destination, click OK. Filename Sequence Numbers and Extensions The filename defined within the New File Destination/Edit File Destination page can be appended with a sequence number and/or an extension. These numbers and extensions specify the file name and define which application is needed to automatically launch the appropriate image viewer, i.e. tif, jpg, or pdf. Check the Append Sequence number to file name if you want to sequentially save a series of image files. This causes a new image file to be stored every time a user scans to the specified destination. For example, if you select 01 as the sequence number from the drop-down list, the first time you scan an image to the specified destination, the file will be saved as filename01. The next time the file will be saved as filename02,. etc. For a directory with many files, performance increases if you store the sequence number on the FTP server. However, to do that, the FTP user must be permitted to overwrite/delete files in the specified directory.
The table below summarizes the available sequence numbers and extensions:
Option Append sequence number to file name Start sequence with: Description Adds a unique sequence number to the file name. Selects the sequence number to be appended to the first image scanned to this destination. For example, if you choose 01, the first image will be called <filename>01, the second will be called <filename>02, etc. Check this box to store the sequence number on the FTP server. For a directory with many files, performance will increase. However, the specified user must have change and delete access rights to the specified directory on the FTP server. Check this box to add the file extension to the file name, i.e. tif, jpg or pdf. The file extension will correspond to the profile used. It is needed for automatically launching the appropriate image viewer. Specify an extension for the information file. Note: Do not use the same extension as the scanned document file format.

Image Enhancement

If supported by the connected scanner device, the image enhancement options will be available from the Profiles page. Image enhancement (IPC) is used to create a profile to capture text on poor quality originals or to capture text on a dark background. 1. Click Image Enhancement>> 2. The previously added image enhancement profiles are listed in the table. The Profile Name is the text that appears in the profile list on the Document Server interface. If you want to edit an existing profile, click the Profile Name link and proceed to step 4. 3. Click Profile New >> to add a new image enhancement profile to the list. 4. Profile Name - Specify a descriptive and unique name for the profile. This is the name that will appear in the profiles list. 5. Type - Select the image enhancement type that is compatible with your device driver. See the table Image Enhancement Types on page 73 for information on the available settings for each image enhancement type. 6. To complete this task do one of the following: If you have added a new profile, click Add To List. Once your profile additions are complete, click Done. Click Reset only if you wish to clear the current profile settings. If you have edited or copied an existing profile, click OK.

Image Enhancement Types

Select the image type that is compatible with your device driver. The available image enhancement types are Fujitsu DTC, Fujitsu IPC and Fujitsu Static Threshold. Each type has a specific set of optional settings. Refer to the table below for a list of the available options in each type:

Fujitsu DTC

Option Gamma Pattern Description Gamma correction patterns are used to extend the availability of the built-in functions. See the manual of the scanner or device driver for more information. Used to scan a document with a colored background. Defines the level of smoothing as follows: Scan for image - less smoothing but includes noise reduction. Scan for OCR - extensive smoothing without noise reduction. Select Image lightest if the scanned image is too dark or Image darkest if the scanned image is too bright. Select High Contrast for scanning documents with a dark background color. Click the checkbox to reduce the output of e.g. bold text. Removes stray dots from the background to reduce unwanted noise from the scanned image. Select 5*5 Matrix to remove all isolated dots. Texts written in ball-point pen have two lines per stroke. This filter merges the two lines into one to make the text recognizable to OCR. If an image is scanned in low resolution, select OCR smoothing to reduce jagged edges.

White Level Follower Density
Threshold curve Gradation Equal to White Noise Removal
Ball-point pen mode OCR smoothing

Fujitsu IPC

Option Gamma Pattern Description Gamma correction patterns are used to extend the availability of the built-in functions. See the manual of the scanner or device driver for more information. Used to scan a document with a colored background. Emphasizes image edges but also emphasizes background noise (low, medium, high). Extracts the edges from images and is used for image effects and image sensing. Used to reverse the image. Effective for scanning images or text on colored backgrounds. Similar to emphasis but does not emphasize background noise. Automatically dithers photos and digitizes texts in one scanning. Useful for scanning documents containing both text and photos.
White Level Follower Emphasis Outline Extraction Mirror Simplified DTC Automatic Separation

Fujitsu Static Threshold

Option Gamma Pattern
Description Gamma correction patterns are used to extend the availability of the built-in functions. See the manual of the scanner or device driver for more information. Used to scan a document with a colored background. Emphasizes image edges but also background noise (low, medium, high). Extracts the edges from images and is used for image effects and image sensing. Used to reverse the image. Automatically dithers photos and digitizes texts in one scanning. Useful for scanning documents containing both text and photos.
White Level Follower Emphasis Outline Extraction Mirror Automatic Separation

Specifying Paper Sizes

The Paper Sizes parameter defines the size of the scanned image and is optionally part of the profile.
A user can override the Paper Size setting used by a profile by choosing another paper size from the Document Server control panel at the moment of scanning.

Predefined Paper Sizes

The Document Server includes predefined standard paper sizes to cover most needs. These are the predefined paper sizes:
Name A3 A4 A5 B4 B4 (JIS) B5 B5 (JIS) Business Card Executive Ledger Legal Letter Photo 3.5 x 5 Photo 4 x 6 Note: Width (cm) Length (cm) Width (inches) Length (inches) 29.70 21.00 14.80 25.00 25.70 17.60 18.20 5.50 18.41 27.94 21.59 21.59 8.89 10.16 42.00 29.70 21.00 35.30 36.40 25.00 25.70 9.50 26.67 43.18 35.56 27.94 12.70 15.24 11.69 8.27 5.83 9.84 10.12 6.93 7.17 2.17 7.25 11.00 8.50 8.50 3.50 4.00 16.54 11.69 8.27 13.90 14.33 9.84 10.12 3.74 10.50 17.00 14.00 11.00 5.00 6.00

AXIS 70U

Destinations

Send-to-E-mail

This allows document images to be distributed to any e-mail address defined in the destination list. This service is often referred to as Internet faxing. E-mail transfer uses the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) whereby the document image is sent as a MIME-encoded e-mail attachment, or stored on a file server as an accessible hyperlink within an e-mail notification. Double-clicking the hyperlink or an e-mail attachment that is associated with an image viewer automatically starts the appropriate application.

Send-to-File

This means that the document image is sent to and then stored on a networked storage device. This could be on a server, a client with a shared drive, a mainframe, or any chosen network device available to your filing system. Image files are distributed and archived using the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) that facilitates the storage of files over the Internet. Typically a file is sent to a specific software management application, for example groupware, document management and workflow systems.
Users can arrange to have their own directories on an FTP server to which they can send document image information. In Windows operating systems, shortcuts to image directories can be placed directly on the users desktop. This gives easy access to the document image information.
It is strongly recommended that you choose the send-to-print function for distributing documents to printer destinations. However, in some circumstances it may be desirable to send an image to a network printer using the send-to-file function instead. To do this, you must ensure that the destination printer supports FTP and PCL, or FTP and TIFF. Send-to-URL Sending to URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a combination of send-to-e-mail and send-to-file, where images/documents are stored on a file server. The recipient will receive an e-mail containing the URL (Web link) to the file, instead of an e-mail attachment. This off-loads the mail server from handling large attachments.

Send-to-Web Browser

This is a convenient method for users that do not have an e-mail address. It is also useful if you want to try a number of different profiles. Simply place the document in your scanner device and access the AXIS 70U/7000 from a standard Web browser. Scanning is triggered directly from your Web browser and the image is saved within the Web browser dialog. The Web browser displays the image in an associated viewer or asks you to save the file, depending on the associated image format.

Flash loading Blink

Error Conditions
This table lists a summary of error conditions:
Event Power up Idle Status LED On Off On Busy LED Off Off Off Network Remarks LED Off Off Off Check SCSI cable to scanner device. Check RJ45 cable to network. Check RJ45 cable to network. If known network traffic, the Network LED should flash. Consult Network Administrator. Consult Network Administrator. Consult Network Administrator. Consult Network Administrator.
Error in FLASH PROM Error in SRAM Error in DRAM/DIMM DRAM/DIMM configuration error SW-HW combination error Illegal serial no.

Flash Flash Flash Flash

Off Flash Off Flash

Flash Off Off Off

Flash Flash

Flash Flash Off

Consult Network Administrator. Consult Network Administrator. Consult Network Administrator.

Flash load failed Flash

Status Indicator Off
The Status indicator remains off if a problem with the scanner device communication has occurred. The Document Server message display may additionally provide error status information. The Network indicator flashes when there is network traffic. If it remains off and you know there is network activity, check the network connection.

Network Indicator Off

Error and Warning Messages
This table lists the error and warning messages that might appear on the Document Server message display. Some error messages are applicable to the AXIS 7000 only:
Message A timeout has occurred on the scanner, the job has been canceled A value specified for XML Meta Data XX ignored: the value has illegal format Could not connect to LDAP server Could not connect to Windows NT domain controller Device is busy Disconnected: <destination> Failed to retrieve user information Illegal address <recipient> Illegal command for (The printer may be busy): Illegal directory on: <server address> Illegal LDAP filter specified Illegal queue for: Incorrect Value Invalid field in SCSI CDB (AXIS 7000) Invalid field in SCSI parameter list (AXIS 7000) Invalid LDAP credentials (e.g. invalid user or password) Invalid SCSI command (AXIS 7000) Invalid Windows NT credentials Description Please check the scanner device and try again. Check that the XML values correspond with the specified pattern. The DNS name or the IP address may be wrong. The server may be unreachable. The name or the IP address may be incorrect or the server may be unreachable. Please try again later. The connection to the destination specified in <destination> has been lost. The image transfer has been aborted. Check that the entered username has a corresponding name listed in the destinations list. Incorrect e-mail address specified for the e-mail destination. Incorrect LPD Mode selected for the specified printer destination. The directory specified for the file destination does not exist. Invalid LDAP filter. Please enter a new value. The specified LPD print queue does not exist; check spelling and syntax. The entered value does not match the pattern specified by the administrator. The SCSI command includes an invalid field. Contact your Document Server dealer. The SCSI parameter block includes one or several invalid fields. Contact your Document Server dealer. The LDAP server did not recognize the user with the specified password. The scanner device does not support the given SCSI command. Contact your Document Server dealer. Check the username and password and try again.

<!ELEMENT To (Destination)> <!-- ================================================== ELEMENT : Format PARENT : Output CHILD : None ATTRIBUTES : None DESCRIPTION : This element contains the custom declaration that defines the output format defined by the Administrator for this specific destination. =================================================== --> <!ELEMENT Format (#PCDATA)>

The Parameter List

This table below displays the AXIS 70U/7000 parameter list. The middle column shows applicable default values, and the right-hand column a brief description of the parameter. Some parameters may not be applicable in the AXIS 70U. Important!
Parameter name [Server] HardwareAddress Date Time =00:40:8c:18:02:3c =yyyy-mm-dd =hh:mm:ss Specifies the Document Server hardware address which is equal to the serial number. Specifies the date in yyyy-mm-dd format. Automatically specifies the time zone in which the Document Server operates using the Network Time Protocol (NTP). Time can also be set manually in hh:mm:ss format using the 24 hour clock. Note: The AXIS 7000 contains a real time clock which means that the time will be kept even if the power is turned off. Set this parameter to yes to reset to factory default settings. Note that all current settings will be lost. Set this parameter to yes to restart the Document Server. Specifies the time zone in which Document Server operates. Specifies the time source for the Document Server. Valid values are NTP, Windows (SMB) or None. Note: To use Microsoft Windows NT Network (SMB) properly WINS must be enabled and the Domain/GroupName parameter must be set to a valid name. Specifies the Server password. The Supervisor/Administrator will be prompted for this password when trying to access the Document Server for administration tasks. The password is used in basically all protocols, i.e. HTTP, SNMP and FTP. Once written to the configuration file, the password will be replaced by *'s, representing each letter of the password. Specifies the default profile. Specifies the default paper size. Specifies if users are allowed to add temporary e-mail destinations. Specifies if users are allowed to add temporary profiles.

Description Specifies the name of the profile. This is the name that will appear on the Document Server message display. Specifies the resolution to be used for scanning in dots per inch (dpi). Higher-resolution settings produce higher-quality scanning. However, your documents might take longer to scan. The resolutions available depend the capabilities of your scanner device. Specifies the resolution to be used for scanning in dots per inch (dpi). Specifies data type depending on the material you are scanning and the imaging application you intend to use. Specifies the default paper size for this profile. Specifies how the document should be scanned. Specifies the image compression. Specifies the file format. Specifies whether the scanner device should scan the document on both sides of the paper. This feature is only available for digital copiers/scanners that support duplex scanning. Specifies if several separate images can be scanned and sent in the same file. Specifies the level of intensity. Specifies the level of contrast. The contrast is the tonal gradation between the highlights, midtones and shadows in an image. Specifies the type of image enhancement. Deletes the list in the Document Servers memory before entering the new values in the configuration file (config.ini). Specifies the number of paper sizes defined in the Document Server.
Y-Resolution Data type Paper size Paper orientation Image compression File format Double-sided
=300 =Black & White =Executive, Letter, Legal, Ledger, A4, A3 =Portrait =CCITT G.4 =JFIF =Off
Document mode Intensity Contrast

=Multi page =50 =50

Image enhancement [Paper sizes] Clear List First PaperSizes PaperSize0 PaperSize1 PaperSize2 PaperSize3 PaperSize4 PaperSize5 PaperSize6
=none =no =14 =PaperSize-A3 =PaperSize-A4 =PaperSize-A5 =PaperSize-B4 =PaperSize-B4(JIS) =PaperSize-B5 =PaperSize-B5(JIS)
Parameter name PaperSize7 PaperSize8 PaperSize9 PaperSize10 PaperSize11 PaperSize12 PaperSize13 [PaperSize-A3] Description Width Length PDF Rotation [MetaData] Retrieve Method FTP Server FTP User FTP Password FTP Directory FTP File Name FTP Reload Interval [ImageEnhancements] Clear List First ImageEnhancements ImageEnhancement0 ImageEnhancement1 ImageEnhancement2 [ImageEnhancement - DTC]
Value =PaperSize-Business Card =PaperSize-Executive =PaperSize-Ledger =PaperSize-Legal =PaperSize-Letter =PaperSize-Photo 3.5x 5 =PaperSize-Photo 4x 6 =A3 =11.69 inches =16.54 inches =No =None

Description

Specifies the name of the paper size. This is the name that will appear on the Document Server message display. Specifies the width of the paper. Specifies the length of the paper. Enables/Disables PDF rotation. Indicates whether the Meta Data functionality is used or not.

 

Technical specifications

General
Device TypeE-mail digital sender
Built-in DevicesStatus LCD
Width5.9 in
Depth8.8 in
Height1.7 in
Weight1.5 lbs
Processor / Memory / Storage
Processors Installed1 x ETRAX 100LX
Max Supported Qty1
RAM Installed ( Max )16 MB
Flash Memory Installed (Max)2 MB flash
Networking
Form FactorExternal
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Data Transfer Rate100 Mbps
Data Link ProtocolEthernet, Fast Ethernet
Network / Transport ProtocolTCP/IP, UDP/IP, NTP, ICMP/IP
Remote Management ProtocolSNMP, HTTP
Status IndicatorsLink activity, power, status, busy
FeaturesDHCP support, BOOTP support, RARP support, ARP support, LDAP support, manageable
Compliant StandardsIEEE 802.2, IEEE 802.3
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A 1 x keyboard - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style)
Miscellaneous
Compliant StandardsCE, FCC Class A certified, VCCI Class B ITE, EN 60950, EN55024, EN55022 Class B, FCC Part 15 B
Power
Power DevicePower adapter - external
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature41 °F
Max Operating Temperature104 °F
Humidity Range Operating20 - 80%
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandAxis Communications
Part Number0162-004-01
GTIN00667026006456

 

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