How to connect the IC-409 to the bizhub C451C550C650 Series and by loe13858

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									How to connect the IC-409 to the bizhub C451/C550/C650 Series and C353/C253

Note: A reminder that there are two versions of the IC-409 Fiery Controller. One is for
the C451/C550/C650 Series and the other IC-409 Fiery Controller is for the C353 and
C253. The item description is similar but the item numbers are different. Be sure to
connect the correct IC-409 to the correct bizhub OP MFP.

                        Description                 Item Number
               IC-409 for C353/C253             A074WY1
               IC-409 for C650/C550/C451        A074WY0


1. In order to connect the respective IC-409 to the bizhub C451/C550/C650 or bizhub
   C353/C253, you will require two (2) IP Addresses, one for the Fiery and one for the
   machine. By having two IP Addresses, you will be able to use the Emperon in
   conjunction with the Fiery controller.

Function              C450 + Fiery                     C451/C550/C650 + Fiery
                   C352/C300 + Fiery                       C353/C253 + Fiery
Printing     Only printing to Fiery was       You can print to Emperon as well as Fiery
             possible
Scanning     The User Box Function not        The User Box Function can be used with the
             available when configured        Fiery attached.
             with the Fiery.
PC-Faxing    PC-Faxing not available when     PC-Faxing is possible with the Fiery attached.
             configured with the Fiery.

               You can now print to Emperon as well as Fiery using the separate IP
               Addresses.
               The User Box function is now available even when the Fiery is attached.
               PC-Faxing is possible using the PC-Fax driver.

   There are 2 ways to connect the respective Fiery Image Controller with the
   C451/C550/C650 and the bizhub 353/C253.

   By connecting via Method A, you will have all functionalities of the Emperon Print
   System and the Fiery controller except for the Fiery Remote Scan 5 function. Fiery
   Remote Scan 5 cannot be used due to the fact that the crossover cable is not used, but
   the Konica Minolta Emperon TWAIN driver can be used instead for TWAIN scanning.

   By connecting via Method B, you will be able to use Fiery Remote Scan 5, but you will
   lose 1000 Base-T, AppleTalk, IPX/SPX, IPv6, IPSec as well as SMB Browsing.
   Function                  Method A                           Method B                       Notes
                  You can use the machine's IP
                Address to access PageScope Web                                             No Difference
   Web Page                                                 Same as Method A
                  Connection and the Fiery's IP                                           between A and B.
                Address to access Fiery Web Tools
   Fiery
                 Fiery Remote Scan 5 will not be
   Network                                                     No Limitation
                          supported
   Limitation
                                                    The following will not be supported
                                                               - 1000Base-T
   Machine
                                                                 - AppleTalk
   (Emperon)
                          No Limitation                           - IPX/SPX
   Network
                                                                     - IPv6
   Limitation
                                                                    - IPSec
                                                             - SMB Browsing
  Below are details of each connection method.

   < Connection Method A>


                        LAN Cable
                        LAN Cable

                                                   Fiery

   <Connection Method B>



                       LAN Cable                           Crossover
                                                           Cable
                                                   Fiery
A. Connection Method A uses 2 LAN cables – one for the Fiery and one for the machine.
   Each cable can be connected directly to the customer’s network, or you can have a
   HUB/Switch in between, and connect the two cables to the HUB/Switch and then have
   another cable to connect the HUB/Switch to the customer’s network.

   This method will work in the following 4 scenarios.
    Scenario           Fiery                Machine
       1        Static IP Address      Static IP Address
       2              DHCP                   DHCP
       3        Static IP Address            DHCP
       4              DHCP             Static IP Address

B. Connection Method B uses 1 LAN cable for the Fiery, and between the Fiery and the
   machine the crossover cable that comes with the Fiery will be used.
   This method will work for the following scenarios.

    Scenario           Fiery               Machine
       2              DHCP                   DHCP
       5        Static IP Address   Fiery's IP Address + 1
2. How to Setup
 A. Connection Method A
    1) Go to Service Mode and select System 2.




    2) Select Image Controller Setting and select Controller 1.




    3) Touch End and select Exit.
    4) You can choose to connect the Fiery and the machine each with separate LAN (or
       Patch) cables ([RJ45]) connecting directly to the customer’s network port, or you
       can choose to use the HUB/Switch and connect the Fiery and the machine to the
       HUB/Switch and then connect the HUB/Switch to the customer’s network (one
       network port) using another LAN cable (in this case, total 3 LAN cables).

                                       Please make sure that the LAN cable for the Fiery
                                       is plugged into Port 1 (LAN) shown on the left.
   5) Press Utility/Counter and go to Administrator Settings. Go to Network Settings,
      then IP Settings to the IP Address of the machine.
   6) Go to Utility/Counter and select Option 5. Controller Details to go to Network
      Setup to set the IP Address of the Fiery.
   7) Use the machine’s IP Address to access PageScope Web Connection (the
      configuration shown is for illustration purposes only; the configuration will vary
      based on bizhub model and the accessories installed)
   8)




   9) Use the Fiery’s IP Address to access the Fiery’s Web Tools.




B. Connection Method B
   1) Go to Service Mode and select System 2.
2) Select Image Controller Setting and select Controller 1.




3) Touch End and select Exit.
4) Connect the Fiery and the machine via Crossover Cable and also connect via Ether
   Cable as shown below.




5) Press Utility/Counter, go to Administrator Settings and select Network Settings.
6) Select TCP/IP Settings.
7) Select IP Settings.
8) Select Auto Input.
9) Save your selection and reboot the machine.
10) Make sure that you always turn on the Fiery and then the machine.
11) When the machine warms-up, you will see the “Power on the controller”
    message. Wait approximately 3-4 minutes before the classic “I” for the Fiery will
    be displayed on the screen.
12) If you are configuring the Fiery for the first time, the “Power on the controller”
    message will not go away. In this case, go to Utility/Counter and select Option 5.
    Controller Details to configure the Fiery.
13) Go the Fiery’s Network Setup by entering the password.
14) Go to IPV4 settings.
15) If the Fiery’s IP Address is a static IP Address, then set the Enable Auto IP
    Configuration: No. Then, enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway
    manually. In this case, Fiery will also automatically create the machine’s IP
    Address by adding one (+1) to the Fiery’s IP Address (Example: If Fiery’s IP
    Address is 10.10.10.1, machine’s IP Address will be 10.10.10.2). (Scenario 5 of 1-
    B)
16) If you wish to automatically obtain the Fiery’s IP Address from DHCP server, then
    set Enable IP Configuration: Yes. In this case, Fiery will also automatically
    obtain the IP Address for the machine from DHCP server. (Scenario 2 of 1-B)
17) The Fiery will ask if you would like to save your settings, select Yes/OK, and the
    Fiery will reboot automatically.
18) After the Fiery is rebooted and the classic “I” icon appears, select the icon, and
    print the Fiery’s config page. The machine’s IP Address will appear on page 2/2 of
    the config page.




19) User this IP Address to access PageScope Web Connection.
    20) Use the Fiery’s IP Address to access the Fiery’s Web Page.




3. Important Notice
    1) Even when connecting via Connection Method A, the Fiery will still try to
       generate an IP Address for the machine, and it will be listed in page 2/2 of Fiery
       config page. This IP Address is separate from the actual IP Address registered at
       the machine panel. This is a “known issue” and we will try to resolve it in our next
       firmware release, so that in case Connection Method A is used, the Fiery will not
       generate a separate IP Address for the machine.
    2) Connection method B requires scan to email and SMB to be enabled again on the
       main body under network settings.

								
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