Fuji Xerox DocuPrint C1190 FS User Guide

Choosing a Connection Method

Choosing a Connection Method

Choosing a Connection Method
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Choosing a Connection Method
Connect the printer via Ethernet or USB. A USB connection is a direct connection and is not used for 
networking. An Ethernet connection is used for networking. Hardware and cabling requirements vary for 
the different connection methods. Cabling and hardware are generally not included with your printer and 
must be purchased separately. 
This section includes:
 
Connecting via Ethernet and USB 
on page 4-3
Connecting via Ethernet 
on page 4-3
Connecting via USB 
on page 4-4
Connecting via Ethernet and USB 
You can connect your DocuPrint C1190 FS through Ethernet, USB, or both at the same time. The available 
features for each connection type are shown in the following table.
For information on each connection type, see 
Connecting via Ethernet 
on page 4-3 and 
Connecting via 
USB 
on page 4-4.
Connecting via Ethernet 
Ethernet can be used for one or more computers. It supports many printers and systems on an Ethernet 
network. An Ethernet connection is recommended because it is faster than a USB connection. It also 
allows you direct access to CentreWare Internet Services (IS). The CentreWare IS web interface enables 
you to manage, configure, and monitor networked printers from your desktop.
Connection Type
Available Features
USB
When connected via USB you can:
Instruct print jobs from a computer.
Scan and print an image into an application.
Scan and print an image to a folder on the computer.
Use the Address Book Editor to manage address book entries.
Ethernet
When connected via Ethernet you can:
Instruct print jobs from a computer.
Scan and print to a computer on the network.
Scan and print to an FTP server.
Scan to email.
Use CentreWare IS to manage address book entries.