Scanning to a Network Folder or FTP Server

You can scan an image and save it to a network folder on your computer or on an FTP server using your product's control panel. You can either enter the folder path directly on the product's control panel or select a folder from the Contacts list.
Note: Make sure the date and time are set correctly before using this feature.
  1. Place your original on the product for scanning.
    Note: To scan a multi-page document, place your originals in the ADF.
  2. Press the  home button, if necessary.
  3. Select Scan. You see a screen like this:


  4. Select Network Folder/FTP. You see a screen like this:


  5. Do one of the following:
    • Select Contacts and choose a saved location from the Contacts list.
    • Select Keyboard, then select the Communication Mode field and select Network Folder (SMB) or FTP. Then select the Location field and enter the folder location, and press OK.
      Enter the folder path name for the Location setting in one of the following formats depending on the Communication Mode setting you selected:
      • SMB: \\host_name\folder
      • FTP: ftp://host_name/folder_name
    • For a network folder or FTP location with a password, select the User Name field and use the displayed keyboard to enter the user name. Then select the Password field and enter the password.
    • For an FTP location, enter the FTP server port number in the Port Number field. If there is a firewall between the product and FTP server, select the Connection Mode field and select Passive Mode.
  6. Select Scan Settings.
  7. Select File Format to choose the file format for your scan.
  8. If necessary, scroll down and change the File Name setting listed under the File Settings heading.
  9. Select any additional scan settings as necessary.
  10. Press the  preset button to save your scan settings.
  11. Select Save. Your product scans your original and saves it in the selected location.
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