Registering an FTP Destination

An FTP destination can be registered or edited using Web Connection. Although character input is a difficult process using the Touch Panel, it can be carried out easily if you use the computer.

In the administrator mode, select [Store Address] - [Address Book] - [New Registration]. Select [Search from Function] - [FTP], then configure the following settings.




Destination registration number. Select [Use opening number] to automatically assign the smallest available number. When you want to specify a number, select [Direct Input] and then enter a number.


Enter the destination name using up to 24 characters.

Assign a name that helps you easily identify the destination.


Select a corresponding character so that the destination can be index-searched by registration name.

  • For a frequently used destination, select also the [Main] check box. If the [Main] check box is selected, the destination will appear in the main screen of the fax/scan mode, enabling the user to easily select a destination.

[Host Address]

Enter the host name or IP address of the destination FTP server (using up to 253 characters).

  • Example of host name entry: ""

  • Example of IP address (IPv4) entry: ""

  • Example of IP address (IPv6) entry: "fe80::220:6bff:fe10:2f16"

[File Path]

Enter the name of a destination folder in the FTP server specified in [Host Address] (using up to 127 bytes).

  • Entry example: "scan"

When specifying a folder in the FTP folder, insert a symbol, "/", between the folder names.

  • Entry example: "scan/document"

When not specifying a file path, enter only "/".

  • Entry example: "/"

[User ID]

If authentication is required in the destination FTP server, enter the available user name to log in (using up to 64 characters).


Enter the password of the user you entered into [User ID] (using up to 64 characters, excluding ").


When authentication is not required in the destination FTP server, select [ON].

[OFF] is specified by default.

[PASV Mode]

When the PASV mode is used in your environment, select [ON].

[OFF] is specified by default.


When a proxy server is used in your environment, select [ON].

[OFF] is specified by default.

[Port No.]

If necessary, change the port number.

In normal circumstances, you can use the original port number.

[21] is specified by default.

[Limiting Access to Destinations]

Limit access to this destination, if necessary.

For details, refer to [Methods to limit access to destinations] .