Kyocera 2530 scanning to network pcs?

Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by blackspawn, Mar 10, 2004.

  1. blackspawn

    blackspawn Limp Gawd

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    I am working with a client who has a Kyocera KM-2530 and wants to use it to scan to PCs on their network. They bought it from www.leaderbusiness.com . Has anyone set up one of these office all in ones for this? ive tried looking through documentation on it and searching google for setting this up but it has been unsuccessful so far... thanks for any help!!

    Doug
     
  2. mobiux

    mobiux 2[H]4U

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    we have a Lanier 2135 (i belive) that does network scanning.

    Basically, you set up the scanner/printer/copier/coffee maker/jukebox on the network.

    Then install the management software on a computer that will never be turned off (server), then the software should be able to find the scanner via broadcast/responce, and establish the connection.

    Then you should be able to assign a directory on the network where the management software will dump the processes scans.
     
  3. Menelmarar

    Menelmarar [H]ardness Supreme

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    We have that printer here, works great and quick. But its bought from an outside contracter who did installation setup and support for it. sorry, read the manual