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Web Page Features, Functions and Navigation and Other Help Topics

Document ID:SO4541

Usergroup :External


Paper jam; Toner low; Load paper


Embedded Web Server; Device; Status; Web page; Profiles; Shortcuts; Firmware update; Scan profile; Configuration; Reports



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How to access the Embedded Web Server (EWS)

Accessing the MFP web page requires any combination of the following: 
  • IP address or host name of the MFP.
  • Username, if required. 
  • Password, if required. 

NOTE:  If the device is already configured with a password, the default username is MarkNet.    
To view the web page:
  1. Enter the MFP's IP address into the URL field.  For example, enter http://MFP_IP_ADDRESS, where MFP_IP_ADDRESS is the IP address of the MFP.
  2. If prompted, enter the security Username and Password



Main Menu Index

NOTE: The settings in this article are specific to a Lexmark X64xe Series MFP; however, many of the embedded web server options are shared amongst multiple generations and multiple printer families.

 Embedded Web Server Menu

  1. Device Status

Other:  Supply Status may appear if additional finishing options are installed on the MFP. Click here for image.  

  Device Status

Page Item (top-to-bottom) Explanation  Additional Information
Remote Status Screen Conveys user interface (UI) display messages. 
  • Updates every two minutes, or can be forced to update via the "Refresh" button located under the remote status screen.

  • The update interval can be changed via the Configuration > General Settings page.

  • Grey, blue, yellow, and red backgrounds help identify status - for example, a red background could signify an intervention required condition such as a paper jam.

  • It is recommended that configuration changes be made only when the status screen is showing "Ready". 
IP address The IP address of the device IP address assignment is via DHCP, BOOTP, RARP or other.    
Location Identifier Defined under the General Settings page.
Contact Identifier Defined under the General Settings page.
Toner Status Remaing toner capacity.  Wheel tension and other technologies determine this value.   Level determined by the encoder wheel on the toner cartridge.    
Paper Input Tray

  • Total number of trays detected by the printer.

  • Total capacity per individual drawer/tray

  • Paper size as detected by printer.

  • Paper type as set by user. 

  • OK, Low, Empty, or Missing identifiers for Status. 

  • Paper size is determined by correct positioning of the individual tray's paper guide assembly.

  • Paper type is user-defined via the printer's user interface, web page, or network printer administrative tool such as MVP. 
MP Feeder Multi-purpose feeder

  • No auto-size sensing capabilities.

  • No color-coded level indicators.

  • Paper size is configured by user; however, the user may be prompted to press Go if paper size or type is improperly set.

  • Three possible MPF configurations: Cassette(default), First, and Manual result in different MP feeder behavior.

  • As with any other tray, MP feeder selection is made via the application unless the printer setting is configured for First.

  • Setting Configure MP Feeder to Manual will still require application selection of Manual rather than MP feeder

  • You may not see MP feeder as an available tray selection with a Manual printer Configure MP Feeder configuration.  
Paper Output Bin Displays capacity of output bin and status. OKBin Full, or Bin Empty will be displayed when the output sensor is triggered or open. Bin Empty may be displayed if an output expander is installed.
Device Type Printer type identifier
Speed Calculated printer speed based on processed print data
Toner Cartridge Capacity Calculated toner cartridge life based on printing one page of text at 5% coverage per page, or 100% coverage on 1/20th of a sheet of paper. 
Maintenance Kit Life Remaining Life expectancy of fuser, charge roller, transfer roller, and pick rollers determined by number of pages.  

Additional Knowledgebase Content




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  Scan Profile

Scan Profile will create a temporary shortcut (profile) to capture an image (.pdf, .jpeg, .tiff formats) at a user's PC or Macintosh.  MSJVM (MS Java Virtual Machine) or, preferably, Sun's Java plug-in is required for this purpose.
Scan Profile Configuration Table
Quick Setup Format Type Compressions Default Content Color Illustration

  • PDF

  • JPEG

  • TIFF

  • Zlib, JPEG, None

  • JPEG

  • Packbits,LZW

  • Text, Text/Photo,Photo

  • Text, Text/Photo,Photo

  • Text, Text/Photo,Photo

  • 24 bit, Gray (8 bit), BW (1bit)

  • 24 bit, Gray (8 bit)

  • 24 bit, Gray (8 bit), BW (1bit) 
Click here.
Text - BW - PDF (preset) PDF Preset CCITT G.4 Preset Text Preset BW(1bit) Click here.
Text - BW - TIFF (preset) TIFF Preset CCITT G.4 Preset Text Preset BW(1bit) Click here.
Text/Photo - BW - PDF (preset) PDF Preset Zlib Preset Text/Photo Preset BW(1bit) Click here.
Text/Photo - Color - PDF (preset) PDF Preset JPEG Preset Text/Photo Preset Color(24bit) Click here.
Photo - Color - JPEG (preset) JPEG Preset JPEG Preset Photo Preset Color(24bit) Click here.
Photo - Color - TIFF (preset) TIFF Preset LZW Preset Photo Preset Color(24bit) Click here.

Note on presets:  - Format Type, Compression, Default Content and Color can only be modified if Custom is your Quick Setup choice.  

  • Resolution - A minimum resolution of 75 dots per inch (dpi) increases to 300 or 600 depending on your Quick Setup selection and other variables.

  • Multi-use profile - Selecting this feature retains the user name and profile name for faster configuration times.

  • Custom Job Scanning - This feature will enable job building or job stacking; useful when exceeding limitations of scanner auto document feeder or when both flatbed and auto document feeder are required for a single job.   

Additional Scan Related Articles
  • Click here for Scan-to-PC port range information
  • Click here to read about one possible reasons why Scan-to-PC is failing.
  • Click here for information on how to capture Java console logs in the event that you need to diagnos a possible Java issue.
  • Click here for information on how to performi a network trace, which is sometimes required for diagnosis.  




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Configuration Options (Default Settings) Contents Other Settings
General Settings Click here. Network/Ports
Copy Settings Click here. Email Alert Setup
Fax Settings Click here. Security
Email/FTP Settings Click here. Intervention Management
Scan to USB (flash or thumb drive) Settings Click here. Manage Shortcuts
Print Settings Click here. Update Firmware

Paper Menu

NOTE: Color and A3 (Tabloid) MFPs will vary with regard to some scan and paper size options

Click here. Import/Export
Set Date and Time Click here. Embedded Solutions



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The following reports are viewable from the Embedded Web Server:

Additional "Reports" Related Articles


  Links and Index

This page provides one-click access to most of the EWS settings introduced in this article.  


This page will list any eSF (embedded Solution Framework) or LDSS (Lexmark Document Solution Service) application that has a function or component accessible via the web interface. To see what applications are installed on the MFP, click on Configuration (Settings) and then Embedded Solutions. 

Additional Embedded Solutions Help

  • Return to, and select your solutions product page.
  • Contact your help desk or Lexmark solutions provider for additional assistance.

It is also recommended that you perform a product-specific search on any software issue or topic within KnowledgeBase.




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