Avision AV2800 Scanner

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IBM iSeries
IBM Servers
iSeries networking
Network Scanners
I am almost at the point of purchasing a new Avision AV2800 Network Scanner for our Company. Problem I have is whether it will enable us to save our scanned files directly on to an iSeries5 IBM Server.

I have heard other companies with a "Windows" file server do not have any problems with this, but unfortunately I am unable to find a source that has it networked to an IBM Server. The Filing spec on the Scanner for communication protocols are: FTP-HTTP-CIFS-AVPP-HTTPS.

 Can anyone help out please. 

thanks

 

 



Software/Hardware used:
iSeries5 Server and Av2800 Network Document Scanner

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  • TomLiotta
    ...whether it will enable us to save our scanned files directly on to an iSeries5 IBM Server. If the device is capable of storing to a shared directory in the Windows network, it shouldn't be able to tell the difference between a share from a Windows server and one from your i5. The sharing services need to be started on your i5, of course, and the device needs to connect to the share with credentials that are valid for the i5. Those are also requirements for a Windows server, so they shouldn't be any surprise. Naturally, the particular methods for meeting those requirements are different since they are different platforms. Tom
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