I have setup scan-to-smb for my Windows PC and it works just fine. But I cannot scan-to-smb to the SAMBA (linux) server. I have checked everything and is all setup. I have tried a couple of ways. I think I even have tried a public writable share but nothing works. I cannot leave off a userid/password so am stuck.
All I get is a error ED0001 which I cannot find. I have checked logs on server and It shows user logging in and then suddenly disconnecting - timeout issue. So I think there is a incompatibility there for some reason...
I got around it by using ftp , but its not as flexible as SAMBA.
Anyone know of any issues with Bizhub 250 and SAMBA shares.
I am using latest Ubuntu 8.04. SAMBA 3.0.28.
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All you have to do is login into web access go to network setting and change the setting according to your new provider..
I my opinion SMB works better it easy to setup.. All you need is a shared folder and login info of where u send the scan to it can be setup from the web access as well
Here is what an 1102 error is and what some of the things to look for are.. hope it helps..
Error: User/Password or SharedName/FolderNameDomain name not entered as Domain UserInput User Name with one of the form "Domain\User", "Domain/User", "User@Domain"SMB) User Name/Password or Shared Name/Folder Name ErrorSpecify invalid User/Password (includes unspecified)Input correct User Name/PasswordSpecify the User who is not permitted for accessing to the folderInput correct User and Password
Check access limit for send destination folderSpecify invalid Shared NameInput correct Shared Name
(See the reference for the symbol which is possible to use for Shared Name)Host Name ErrorCheck if any prohibited letter (see the reference) for Host Name is included or notSCAN TO EMAIL(SCAN TO EMAIL)
User Name/Password ErrorUser ID for Authentication is not entered/entered wrong User ID
Wrong Password for Authentication is enteredInput User ID/Password which is used for Authentication from [Advanced] on Command Center correctly
([Login User Name] on [POP3] page or [SMTP] page)
It's actually related with SMB.
The shared folder on the server may be blocked by an open ghost connection.
A restart of the samba service may repair
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Connect to copier/scanner using web browser. Click Administration tab, and logon use the copier's username/password.Click NetworkClick SMB SessionClick SMB Session boxIn
section called "SMB Signing of SMB Server", the default of "If client
agrees, digital signature is done for communication" needs to be
changed to "Digital signature isn't done for communication for the
server"Click Set button at top, then Save button, and the copier will reset.
In order for this to work, the Linux computer must be running SAMBA to share it so a Win98 computer can see it on the network. Setting this up differs per Linux distribution. Look through the list of installed packages for SAMBA, then you must go through the process of sharing it correctly. Update post with how the printer is connected to the Linux PC (usb or parallel), and which LInux Distribution.
A quick fix for that would be to enter the fix IP adress instead of the host name, or to check if the host name on the SMB server is correct, and reboot the SMB server.
A good help is to do that from another PC to check if that works:
ping the IP adress
try to connect to smb://IP_adress_or_hostname
If that works on the PC, there's no reason that it shouldn't work for the scan
Your configuration sharing SMB folder is incorrect. Create desktop folder rename all upper case SMB right click on the folder and click sharing and set full control to everyone. Go to web brouser type in the ip address of the printer log on to administrator password 8 zeros or 12345678 and change the setting.
To my best knowledge, you cannot. The drivers and scanning software on your unit are not designed to support network protocols. Your unit does not come with an Ethernet adapter and it is not available as an option. When Samsung fits an equipment with a network card (such as the SCX-4521FN) the drivers and software are enabled for network use. By the way, your toner will only last for 3,000 pages. Are you sure it's a good idea to share such such a small unit over a 10 PC network?