Change Ricoh Printer Protocol To Connect To Windows Server

Posted by simon on 2016-11-25 in Guides |
  1. Open command prompt / terminal
  2. telnet into the ricoh printer telnet (IP)
  3. Login with the default admin username and password (admin – NO PASSWORD)
    RICOH Maintenance Shell.   
    User access verification.
    User access verification ... OK.
    RICOH Aficio MP C3002 
    Network Control Service Ver. 11.103
    Copyright (C) 1994-2015 Ricoh Co.,Ltd. All rights reserved.
  4. check current setting of smb using smb
    Workgroup Name    : WORKGROUP
    Computer Name     : 
    Comment           : 
    Notification      : Off
    Protocol          : IPv4
    Client Port       : 139
    Client Auth Level : 0
    Client WSD Browse : Off
  5. change client port to 445 using smb client port 445
    msh>smb client port 445
  6. change client auth level to 1 using smb client auth 1
    msh>smb client auth 1
  7. log off from the device using log off
    msh>log off
    Logout Maintenance Shell.
    Do you save configuration data? (yes/no/return) >
  8. When asked to save type yes
    Do you save configuration data? (yes/no/return) > yes
    Now, Save data.
    Connection closed by foreign host.
  9. Your ricoh copier should then restart and after a few mins the copier should be able to see a windows share correctly!


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