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    Olivetti MF454 LDAP IC Card Authetification

    Hi everybody,

    we have an Problem with the LDAP IC Card Authentication.
    We use an Olivetti MF454 with YSoft USB Card Reader 3, our RFID Tags are HITAG1.
    The Problem is that the Card Reader sends the Serial Number in Hexadecimal encoded.
    When the MF454 sends this Data to the LDAP Server it sends it truncated.
    The Data should looks like this "30304235313739304433FFFFFFFFFFFF" from the Card Reader attached to a Notebook. (in ASCII "00B51790D3")
    But when the Reader is connected to Printer it sends via LDAP only this "30423531373930".
    When we change the mode of the Reader to au-201 compat the Data is displayed in the right format "00B51790D3" on the PC.
    But the Printer doesn’t recognize the IC Card Reader anymore.
    We have also an 3rd party IC Card Reader that sends the Serial Number via Keyboard Emulation.
    The technical manual list a "USB keyboard emulation card readers" but our Supplier said it doesn’t exist.

    What is the best way to get it working ?


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    Re: Olivetti MF454 LDAP IC Card Authetification

    Hi,
    Have you found any solution? I'm struggling with setting this up on a Bizhub C227.


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    Re: Olivetti MF454 LDAP IC Card Authetification

    Perhaps this will help in your case:

    IC card ID format
    The format of the card ID, stored on the LDAP server, may differ from the card ID, processed by the MFP. By default, the MFP will truncate 2 characters at beginning of the card ID, as well as some characters at the end of card ID. Only the middle part of the ID will be used to authenticate against the LDAP server. This card ID format may not match to the ID format already stored on the LDAP server. In order to enable the MFP to send the full card ID to the LDAP server, a DIP SW has to be configured on the MFP accordingly. (MFP service mode)
    DIP SW 135
    hex 00 : card ID will be trimmed
    hex 01: full card ID will be sent from the MFP to the LDAP server ( without trailing "F")
    Example:
    In this example, a Ysoft Legic card reader is connected to the MFP
    Card ID read by the card reader: 3841394241353134FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
    Card ID sent from the MFP to the LDAP server:
    DIP SW 135 hex 00 : 41394241353134ff (MFP default setting)
    DIP SW 135 hex 01: 3841394241353134



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    I need (KM) usb reader change usb keyboard emulation card reader(for xerox) tool,please sent to mail 405173825@qq.com ,thank you!


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    Re: Olivetti MF454 LDAP IC Card Authetification

    Hi,

    we have tried the Switch 135 but it does not resolve the Problem.
    The String is still at the same length truncated.
    Our supplier has orderd a Elatec TWN4 MultiTech SmartCard which should have a driver.
    I will report any progress.


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