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    MPC307. Wifi scan

    Hi,

    Issue when connecting this machine on the Wifi,
    can someone explain?

    When installing this machine on the wifi instead of LAN I have no problems with printing.
    However, I can not make connection using the web interface, also scanning with the right configuration as if in LAN mode it is not possible.

    Are there more adjustments to configure using the scan mode on wifi?
    working with smtp.office365.com

    thanks in advance
    gr George

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    Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    The wifi on the panel or the GW wifi interface?

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    Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    Configured the wifi through the panel . .

    Quote Originally Posted by TonerMunkeh View Post
    The wifi on the panel or the GW wifi interface?

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    Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    Ah. Unfortunately the panel wifi only supports printing.

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    Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    NEVER ASSUME ANYTHING

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    Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    As far as scanning goes there is on more thing to consider. I just found out yesterday that Microsoft updates are disabling TLS 2.0 which is disrupting scanning, especially with Office 365. I normally work on Kyocera products and the following settings is what I was told to be out to be a work around:
    Serverside settings:
    Make sure TLS 1.2 and SHA2 are enabled.
    Clientside settings: TLS 1.2 enabled.
    Hash settings: Make sure all SHA2 settings are enable.

    You might want to make sure all other security settings are enabled.

    Now, this is for Kyocera products, hopefully this can apply to Ricoh, also.

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    Angry Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    Quote Originally Posted by mikadonovan View Post
    Yep...some idiots never learn

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    Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    Quote Originally Posted by mikadonovan View Post
    yep, i remembered that too.

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    Re: MPC307. Wifi scan

    you're damm right . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Oze View Post
    Yep...some idiots never learn

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