Use the “access” command to view and configure access control. You can also specify two or more access ranges.
IPv4 configration display
msh> access ID range
IPv6 configuration display
msh> access ID range6
IPv6 access mask configuration display
msh> access ID mask6
msh> access ID range “start-address end-address”
Example: to specify accessible IPv4 addresses between 192.168.0.10 and 192.168.0.20:
msh> access 1 range 192.168.0.10 192.168.0.20
msh> access ID range6 “start-address end-address”
Example: to specify accessible IPv6 addresses between 2001:DB8::100 and 2001:DB8::200.
msh> access 1 range6 2001:DB8::100 2001:DB8::200
IPv6 access mask configuration
msh> access ID mask6 “base-address prefixlen”
Example: to specify accessible IPv6 addresses to 2001:DB8::/32
msh> access 1 mask6 2001:DB8:: 32
Access control initialization
msh> access flush
Use the “flush” command to restore the default settings so that all access ranges become “0.0.0.0” for IPv4, and “::” for IPv6.
You can specify each IPv6 entry by either range or mask. For the range parameter, you can select “start-address end-address”. For the mask parameter, you can select “baseaddress prefixlen”.
The access range restricts computers from use of the machine by IP address. If you do not need to restrict printing, make the setting “0.0.0.0” for IPv4, and “::” for IPv6.
Valid ranges must be from lower (start address) to higher (end address).
For IPv4 and IPv6, you can select an ID number between 1 and 5.
IPv6 can register and select the range and the mask for each access ranges.
IPv6 mask ranges between 1 - 128 can be selected.
Up to five access ranges can be specified. The entry is invalid if the target number is omitted.
You cannot send print jobs, or access Web Image Monitor and diprint from a restricted IP address.