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IEEE 802.1X
IEEE 802.1X is a LAN standard established by the IEEE 802 committee. It is a technology used to authenticate
hardware connected to the network; therefore its main function is to prevent unauthorised machines from gaining
access to your network. The MX-7040N / MX-6240N support IEEE 802.1X, maintaining the high level of security
your network requires using three main techniques:
Authentication on LAN switches
DHCP server system
Personal firewall system
Initialise Private Data/Data in the Machine
Users can restore the system-set value to the factory default state and can delete the data such as address book
data, job log, or data in document filing folders stored in the MX-7040N / MX-6240N by themselves, by pressing
the “Initialise Private Data/Data in the Machine” button. By using this feature, users do not need to worry that
their important information has leaked.
Hidden Pattern Print (Copy/ Print)
This feature allows the user to add text in the background of an original document, for example ‘Copy’,
‘Confidential’ or ‘Not for Copy’.
If the original is copied, the MFP detects this ‘pattern’ and prints the text across the original document. This
feature can prevent unauthorised copy and protect the confidential information/ personal information.
Tracking Information Print
Some information such as printed date/user name is always printed on the output page in the upper or lower side
of the sheet by checking this feature on the system settings. Tying this feature to the job log enables information