1 USING THE UPSTREAM-CONNECT WEBSITE The UpstreamConnect website is your primary means for viewing imaging device data and reports. This manual covers all aspects of using the UpstreamConnect website. HELPDESK If you have any further queries please feel free to contact the UpstreamConnect helpdesk
2 WORKING WITH THE INTERFACE The UpstreamConnect website makes it easy to access the information you need from anywhere with an internet connection. LOGGING ON TO THE SYSTEM Each user is assigned a unique user name and password to log on to the UpstreamConnect website. To log on to UpstreamConnect website: 1. In your browser window, navigate to 2. Enter your user name and password in the designated boxes, and then click Login. 3. The first time you log on to UpstreamConnect website, you will see the End User License Agreement. After this is accepted once, it will not be shown again. While we strive to support all popular browsers (IE6+, Firefox 2+, Safari 3, Opera 9+), we recommend using the latest version of your browser. If you are using Internet Explorer 6, upgrading to Internet Explorer 7, or using another browser such as Firefox 3 or Safari 3 will result in a significantly improved user experience, due to improved speed and standards compliance.
3 USING THE SEARCH FUNCTION The search function allows you to quickly find specific items in the system. To search for a specific item on the UpstreamConnect website: 1. Type your search string in the text box on the left side of the header area of the website. 2. Press Enter, or click. Results are displayed and separated into users, devices, and groups. User results display the login name, first name, and last name. Device results display the device name, group, serial number, IP address, MAC address, asset number, and location. Group results display the group name, and parent groups. CHANGING YOUR PREFERENCES Preferences, including your password and the way you want device names to display throughout the system, can be changed. It is recommended you change your password periodically for additional security. Passwords are encrypted, and cannot be recovered, so you must change your password if you lose it. If you want to change it. To change your preferences: 1. Do one of the following: Click Preferences on the upper right side of the interface. On the Settings menu, click My Preferences. 2. Do one or more of the following: To change your password, type your current password in the Old Password box, type your new password in the New Password box, and retype your new password in the Confirm Password box. To change the way device names display throughout the system, enter an acceptable string in the Device Name Template box, or select a method from the list underneath. The following properties are accepted: $name, $id, $serial, $asset, $ip, $mac, $location, $lcd, $systemname, $systemlocation, and $systemdescription. The following are examples of strings that can be used: $name (Serial: $serial, Asset: $asset) sample output: HP 1000 (Serial: 1234, Asset: ABC) $name-$ip-$mac sample output: HP :01:02:aa:bb:cc 3. Click Save. Your password must be of a certain strength, as set by the administrator. The Strength bar must turn green for it to be an acceptable password. To increase the strength of your password, use both upper and lower case, both letters and numbers, symbols, or increase the length of the password.
4 WORKING WITH DEVICE VIEWS There are several default device views on the UpstreamConnect website. You can also create unlimited custom device views that contain the precise information you want to see. To view data using an available device view: 1. On the Device Views menu, click to select the device view you want to use from the following, or any custom view: Technical View Supplies Order View Alerts Maps 2. On the left side of the screen, select the group that contains the devices you want to view. 3. Use the lower toolbar to change the number of devices shown, scroll through pages, or refresh the data. FILTERING AND SORTING DATA IN A DEVICE VIEW Data in a device view can be filtered and sorted. Filtering allows you to view a subset of the devices in the selected group. Sorting allows you to view information in ascending or descending order. To filter data in a device view: 1. While on a device view, click Filters. 2. Do one or more of the following: To filter devices by a text string, for example, a serial number (or portion of), IP address (or portion of), device name, etc., type the text string in the Filter Text box. To filter devices by managed or unmanaged status, click to select the Managed, Unmanaged, Managed Supplies, and/or Managed Service check boxes. To filter devices by percent toner remaining, click to select the Toner check box, and then select the highest percent toner remaining you want to view from the list. Optionally, click to select the Include Unknown check box to list devices with an unknown amount of toner remaining. To filter devices by the last time supplies were ordered, click to select the Last Supplies Order, and then select the time interval for last supplies orders that you want to view: never, less than 1 week, less than 2 weeks, less than 3 weeks, or less than 30 days ago. 3. Click Apply Filter. To clear a data filter in a device view: 1. While on a filtered device view, click Filters. 2. Click Clear Filter.
5 To sort data in a device view: Click the column title you want to sort the data by, and click again to toggle between ascending and descending order. You can customize a default sort order for each view when creating or editing a view. See "Creating custom device views" on page 29. VIEWING NEW DEVICES Devices that have recently appeared in the system will be marked with a New icon ( configured by your system administrator. The default number of days is 30. ). The number of days that a device will be marked as new is WOKRING WITH THE TRAFFIC LIGHT SYSTEM Some device views use a traffic light system to display supplies status and device status. A legend appears at the bottom of applicable device views. The following table describes what each traffic light icon means for supplies status and device status. Table 5: Understanding the Traffic Light System ICON STATUS INTERPRETATION OK Caution (for supplies, Low Toner) Warning (for supplies, Out of Toner) Stale (data has not been collected from the device for a number of days the exact number of days is set by the administrator) Unknown (data is not available from the device or not supported by Upstream) WOKRING WITH THE DEFAULT VIEWS Table 6: Default Device Views DEVICE VIEW Technical View DATA INCLUDED device name, supplies status, overall status, page count - month, serial number, IP address, location, last active date Alerts customer, devices, options for managing alerts Maps list of maps, links to each map, number of devices placed on each map, options for managing maps Supplies Order View device name, pages in last 30 days, supply type, current level/status, last order date, option to order supplies
6 USING THE TECHNICAL VIEW The Technical View provides basic information about devices, including the name, supplies status, device status, yesterday meter count, serial number, IP address, location, and last active date. To access the Technical View: On the Device Views menu, click Technical View. The Technical View will display the traffic light icon for supplies status and overall status that corresponds to the most significant status. For example, if a device is out of black toner and low on yellow toner, the Technical View will display a warning icon under the Supplies column for the black toner, rather than a caution icon for the yellow toner. If you want more information about the status of a device, click on the device name link and you will be taken to the Device Detail View for that device. To view the Page Counts report for a device: Click the icon under the Pages (last 30 days) column, in the row of the device you want to run the report for. The icon will be a smaller version of the actual report, and can be used as a quick reference. If you want more information about the status of a device, click on the device name link and you will be taken to the Device Detail View for that device. USING THE ALERTS VIEW The Alerts view displays details on recently sent alerts. The Alerts view displays the customer name, number of devices that have recent alerts, and a link to view alert details for each device. To view the Alerts view: 1. On the Device Views menu, click Alerts. 2. Under the Options column, click Details to view the device name, serial number, LCD, and service code status for each device with a recent alert. 3. Optionally, to view additional information about a specific device, click the device name to go to the Device Detail view. See "Working with the Device Detail view" on page 31. An unlimited amount of custom device views can be created, so that you can view the exact information you want, in the way you want to view it. Custom device views will be added to the Device Views menu for groups selected to have access.
7 WORKING WITH DEVICE VIEWS The Device Detail view displays all information, and links to other areas in the system, relevant to a specific device. An image of the device model is also included if available. The lower area of the Device Detail view has tabs for accessing complete meter breakdowns, supply levels, service information, miscellaneous device-specific information, and model information. To access the Device Detail view: Click on a device name link anywhere in the system. Usually this is while using one of the device views. Table 7: Information Displayed in the Device Detail View GROUP IP Address Location Serial Number Total Coverage Last Active (date/time) Firmware Install date Errors (with more link to view previous errors) NAME Status Utilisation Asset number Black coverage MAC address First seen (date) Display (with More link to view previous displays) Supply levels (with ability to add items to a supplies order) Note: You can find additional information, including the version of the DCA being used, by hovering your mouse over the device image. Meter breakdowns (with links to page count reports) Miscellaneous devicespecific information Service information (including past 100 alerts and flags, and recent service history) Model information (from the model database)
8 VIEWING EMBEDDED WEB PAGES From the Device Detail view, you can view the embedded web page of the device, provided you are within the internal network that the device resides. To view the embedded web page: Click the IP address of the device VIEWING HISTORICAL LCD AND ERROR INFORMATION From the Device Detail view, you can view historical LCD and error data, useful for determining whether or not there are recurring or serious problems with a device. To view historical LCD data: Click More to the right of the Display area. To view historical error data: Click More to the right of the Errors area. WORKING WITH THE SUPPLIES TAB The Supplies area on the Device Detail view displays toner and non-toner supply levels, To access supplies information: On the Device Detail view, click the Supplies tab. WORKING WITH THE METERS TAB The meters area displays complete meters information, including standard and device-specific meters, for several different time periods: today, yesterday, past 7 days, current month, year, and life of the device. You can also access trend reports for each of these time periods. To access meters information: On the Device Detail view, click the Meters tab. To access a meter trend report: On the Meters tab, click one of the following column titles for the time period you want to run the report for: Today Displays a report showing pages printed since 12:00am on the current day. Yesterday Displays a report showing pages printed on the previous day. Past 7 Days Displays a report showing pages printed during the previous seven days. Current Month Displays a report showing pages printed from the start of the current month until the current day. Year Displays a report showing pages printed from the start of the current year until the current day. Life Displays a report showing pages printed from the start of when the DCA began collecting information from the device until the current day
9 WORKING WITH THE MISCELANEOUS TAB The miscellaneous area provides additional device information that does not fit into any particular category. This information will vary by device, but may include such things as paper levels, amount of memory, duplex capability, etc. To access miscellaneous device information: On the Device Detail view, click the Miscellaneous tab. This will display the Data Label, Value, and Date the information was obtained for each miscellaneous data item. WORKING WITH THE MODEL TAB The model area provides information about the device model, rather than the specific device. This information is stored in the model database, and is not collected by the DCA (although some of the information may also be available through the DCA). To access model information: On the Device Detail view, click the Model tab. The information contained here is displayed in the following table. Table 8: Information Available in the Model Tab MODEL NAME DUTY CYCLE Colour device (yes/no) PPM black PPM colour Date introduction Toner product codes Toner product yields Copy capable (yes/no) Fax capable (yes/no) Printer capable (yes/no) Scanner capable (yes/no)
10 USING REPORTS The UpstreamConnect reports let you view data when and how you want it. In addition to the default Primary Reports, you can generate Executive Reports. You can also schedule reports to be sent via . GENERATING REPORTS The UpstreamConnect website allows you to generate a variety of Primary and Executive reports. To generate a report: 1. On the Reporting menu, point to Report Console, and then click Create Report. 2. In the Report Information area, do the following Select a report from the Report Selection list. Select other options as necessary, depending on which report you have chosen. This may include selecting a group, a specific device, etc. 3. In the Run Now area, select a Start Date and End Date for the report. 4. Click View Report 5. For Executive Reports, navigate through each individual report by selecting a page to view from the list in the Report Viewer header. The UpstreamConnect Report Viewer allows you to do various things with a generated report, including: View in chart form. View in data form. the report. Download the report in.pdf format. Download the report in.csv format. To view a report in chart form (if applicable): After generating a report, in the UpstreamConnect Report Viewer, click the Chart tab. To view a report in data (text) form: After generating a report, in the UpstreamConnect Report Viewer, click the Data tab. To a report: 1. After generating a report, in the UpstreamConnect Report Viewer, type in the address you want to send the report to in the box. 2. Click Send. To download a report in.pdf format: After generating a report, in the UpstreamConnect Report Viewer, click Options, and then click Download PDF. To download a report in.csv format: After generating a report, in the UpstreamConnect Report Viewer, click Options, and then click Download CSV. Primary reports are default reports you can generate to view information about document output devices.
11 Table 9: Description of Primary Reports REPORT Advanced Volume Report Individual Page Count Report Individual Toner Level Report Individual Page & Toner Report Individual Misc. Supplies Report Power Usage Report CPC Report DESCRIPTION A text report that displays device name, serial number, start page count, end page count, page total, mono total, color total, copier mono, copier color, print mono, print color, fax count, IP address, asset number, and last active date. Additional machine-specific meters can be shown if selected. You can choose to run the report for either managed or unmanaged devices. A graphical report that displays total page count, total monochrome count, and total color count for a single device over a specified time period. A graphical report that displays black, cyan, magenta, and yellow toner levels (where applicable) for a single device over a specified time period. A graphical report that displays black pages, color pages, and black, cyan, magenta, and yellow toner levels for a single device over a specified time period. A graphical report that displays the level of a specified supply item (i.e. imaging drum), for a single device over a specified time period. A text report that displays the device name, serial number, operating watts, idle watts, total pages (in the selected time period), estimated kwh usage, estimated cost (at selected kwh price), power cost per page, and total power cost of the selected group over the specified time period. A text report that displays the device name, serial number, asset number, location, count mono, count color, CPC mono, CPC color, CPC total mono, CPC total color, and CPC total based on a specified date range. Table 10: Description of Default Custom Reports REPORT Customer - Canon Current Meters Customer - Color vs. Mono Total Customer Coverage Report Customer - Current Meter Values Customer - Current Misc Supply Levels Customer - Current Toner Levels Customer - Devices Without Models Associated DESCRIPTION A text report that displays Canon meter indexes 101, 108, 229, 230, 321, 322, as well as the device name and serial number for each device. A graphical report that displays total monochrome vs. color pages over a specified time period. A text report that displays black, cyan, yellow, and magenta coverage for each device over a specified time period. Also displays the serial number for each device. A text report that displays the reading date, device description, IP address, serial number, MAC address, and complete meter breakdowns for the selected date. A text report that displays the current percentage level of each non-toner supply level collected for each device. Also includes the device name, asset number, serial number, and location. A text report that displays the current black, cyan, yellow, and magenta toner levels (where applicable and available) for each device. Also displays the serial number and location for each device. A text report that displays the device name, serial number, HR device description, location, and last active date for each device that does not have a model associated with it.
12 Table 10: Description of Default Custom Reports (Continued) Customer - Manufacturer Breakdown Customer - Manufacturer Volumes Customer - Model Counts Customer - New Devices Customer - Toner Deltas Customer - Top 10 Problem Devices Customer - Top Monthly Volume Changes Device - Error Report Device - Snapshot (Current Meters) Device Age A graphical report that displays the percentage of devices installed that are produced by each manufacturer. A graphical report that displays the percentage of pages printed on devices produced by each manufacturer over a specified time period. A graphical report that displays the percentage of each device model installed. A text report that displays the device name, serial number, location, and date first appeared on the network for devices added after the specified date. A text report that displays the percentage of black, cyan, yellow, and magenta toner used on each device (where applicable) over a specified time period. Also displays device name, serial number, asset number, and location. A text report that displays the number of errors and warnings that occurred on each device over a specified time period. Also displays the device name, serial number, and IP address. A text report that displays the previous month's volume, the current month's volume, and the percent change in volume for the ten devices with the largest change in volume. Also displays the device name and serial number. A graphical report that displays the amount of specific types of errors that have occurred on a device over a specified time period. A text report that displays a complete meter read breakdowns for a device on a specified date. Also displays the date and time of the reading, device description, IP address, and serial number. A text report that displays device name, serial number, life count, total for period (page count over selected time frame), introduction date (of the model), and age in years of the device (based on model introduction date). SCHEDULING REPORTS Scheduled reports are configured to to a specified recipient at predetermined intervals. A scheduled report contains the data and chart (if applicable) embedded in the body of the , as well as the report in a.csv format attachment. To create a scheduled report: 1. On the Reporting menu, point to Report Console, and then click Create Report. 2. In the Report Information area, do the following: Select a report from the Report Selection list. Select other options as necessary, depending on which report you have chosen. This may include selecting a group, a specific device, date range, etc. 3. Click to select Set Up Schedule. 4. Type an subject line for the report in the Schedule Name box. 5. Type in one or more addresses for the report to be sent to in the address(es) box. Multiple addresses can be separated by commas, semicolons, or spaces. 6. In the Start Date area, type or select a start date and time for the report to begin sending.
13 7. In the Repeat area, select one of the following intervals for the report to send: Daily Type in the interval, in days, that you want the report to run Weekly Type in the interval, in weeks, that you want the report to run, and select the day of the week that you want the report to run Monthly Type in which day of the month and interval in months that you want the report to run Advanced Select which occurrence of which day of the week in a month, and interval in months that you want the report to run 8. In the Date Range area, select one of the following intervals for each report to analyze: Last 24 hours Last 7 days Last 30 days Current Month Last 90 days Advanced Select a Report Start, typically Month Start, and optionally select +/- a specified amount of days or months. Select a Report End, typically Month End, and optionally select +/- a specified amount of days or months. 9. Click Save Schedule To view existing scheduled reports: On the Reporting menu, point to Report Console, and then click Scheduled Reports. The address, title, last sent date, and options to edit and delete each schedule are displayed. To edit a scheduled report: 1. On the Reporting menu, point to Report Console, and then click Scheduled Reports. 2. Under the Options column, click Edit in the row of the scheduled report you want to edit. This will take you to the Edit Report tab. 3. Make the changes you want to the scheduled report. In addition to the standard items, you also have the option to change the Next Send Date. The last sent date will also be displayed. 4. Click Save Schedule. To delete a scheduled report: 1. On the Reporting menu, point to Report Console, and then click Scheduled Reports. 2. Under the Options column, click Delete in the row of the scheduled report that you want to delete. 3. Click Confirm to verify deletion of the schedule.
14 USING ALERTS Alerts are configured to notify you via when a document output device has a status that you have indicated you want to be notified of. This gives you or your dealer the ability to respond to service issues quickly. Recently sent alerts are also summarized on the Alerts view. CREATING NEW ALERTS To create a new alert: 1. On the Notifications menu, point to Alert Settings, and then click Alert Manager 2. Click the New Alert button 3. Complete the following required items: Select a company from the Customer list Type in an subject line for the alert in the Title box Type in the address that you want the alert to be sent to in the box. 4. Optionally, to assign the alert to individual devices instead of all devices, do the following: Click to select Individual Devices Click the Assign Devices button In the Alert Assignment tab, under the Assigned column, click to select the devices to include in the alert Click Assign Devices 5. Do one or more of the following to choose the device status items you want to be alerted on: Type custom error codes you want to be alerted on in the Alert Codes box. Use semicolons to separate multiple items. Click to select specific status items listed under the Critical, Warning, and Toner columns. For black, cyan, yellow, and magenta threshold (%) items, type in the percent level you want to be alerted on in the text box to the right of the item. 6. Click Save. Table 11: Status Items that can be part of an alert STATUS Critical Door Open Paper Jam Offline No Paper Warning Low Paper CATEGORY Critical Critical Critical Critical Critical Warning Warning
15 Table 11 (continued): Status Items that can be part of an alert Stale Warning Service Requested Warning Low Toner Toner EDITING ALERTS No Toner Black threshold (%) (input a custom percentage) Cyan threshold (%) (input a custom percentage) Magenta threshold (%) (input a custom percentage) Yellow threshold (%) (input a custom percentage) Alert codes (custom inputs) Toner Toner Toner Toner Toner N/A After an alert is created, it can be edited at any time. To edit an alert: 1. On the Notifications menu, point to Alert Settings, and then click Alert Manager Click to expand a company to view their existing alerts Click under the Edit column in the row of the alert you want to edit 4. Make changes to the alert as desired, and then click Update. DELETING ALERTS After an alert is created, it can be deleted at any time. To delete an alert: 1. On the Notifications menu, point to Alert Settings, and then click Alert Manager 2. Click to expand a company to view their existing alerts 3. Click under the Delete column in the row of the alert you want to delete 4. Click Confirm to verify deletion MANAGING ALERT LAYOUTS Alert layouts determine what columns appear in alert s, and in what order the columns will be displayed. Unlimited custom alert layouts can be created. A single layout can be assigned to multiple alerts. To create a new alert layout: 1. On the Notifications menu, point to Alert Settings, and then click Layout Manager 2. Click the New button 3. Type a name for the layout in the Layout Name box 4. Select either Everyone (available for every user in the database) or My Use Only (for your own use only) from the Access Level list. 5. Click the Save button. You will then need to edit the alert layout in order to specify the columns and order or columns you want in your layout.
16 To edit an alert layout: 1. On the Notifications menu, point to Alert Settings, and then click Layout Manager 2. Select the layout you want to edit from the Layout list 3. Do one or more of the following: To change the layout title and access level, click the Edit button, make the desired changes and then click Save To add a column, click Add New Column. Under the Column Title column, type in a name for the column in the text box. Under the Column Field column, select the type of data you want to appear in that column. Click to save the column To edit a column, click under the Edit column in the row of the data field you want to edit. Make the desired changes and then click to save the changes To delete a column from the layout, click under the Delete column in the row of the data field you want to Delete To change the order that a data field appears in your alert layout, click in the row of a field that you want to move one column to the left in your alert layout, or click in the row of a field that you want to move one column to the right in your alert layout. Repeat until you have the data in the order you want it to appear If an alert layout is no longer needed, it can be deleted at any time. To delete an alert layout: 1. On the Notifications menu, point to Alert Settings and then click Layout Manager 2. Select the layout you want to delete from the Layout list 3. Click the Delete button 4. Click Confirm to verify deletion. WORKING WITH ALERT S Alerts are sent via to the address specified when creating a new alert. Sample Alert
17 New alerts are received only if a device triggers an alert status indicated in the alert settings, or if a device status condition escalates (for example, from warning to critical). The interval that alerts are sent at will depend on the interval that individual DCAs are set to scan the network. The alert mechanism itself runs every 30 minutes. To disable a specific alert for 24 hours, click the Acknowledge Alert - 24 Hours link in the alert . This will not stop new alerts from being sent if the status of any device changes to an alert condition within the 24 hours. Devices displayed in alert s will display a specific background color in the Device Name and Status columns depending on the type of warning or error being reported. The meaning of each background color is outlined in the following table. Table 12: Status Items that can be part of an alert BACKGROUND COLOUR Yellow Pale Yellow Red Orange Cyan Gray DEFINITION New warning that has not been reported in a previous alert Warning that has been reported in a previous alert New error that has not been reported in a previous alert Error that has been reported in a previous alert New stale/offline device that has not been reported in a previous alert Stale/offline device that has been reported in a previous alert
18 USING FLAGS Flags are used to schedule preventative maintenance. Maintenance can be scheduled at a trigger life page count or a trigger date. When a flag is created and the trigger is hit, a flag icon will appear beside the appropriate device in any standard layout device view, which can be clicked to view the device's flag settings. An will also be sent to the specified address. CREATING FLAGS Creating multiple flags can be created to schedule different types of preventative maintenance for each device. To create a new flag: 1. On the Notifications menu, click Flag Settings 2. Select a company from the Customer list 3. Select a device from the list 4. Click Add New Flag 5. Type your name or title in the Assigned By box, if different from the default 6. Type in the name of the technician who will perform the maintenance, if applicable, in the Technician box 7. Type in an address where a flag notification will be sent in the box 8. Click to select either Trigger Page Count or Trigger Date. If Trigger Page Count is selected, type the life page count you want the flag to be triggered at in the Trigger Page Count box. If Trigger Date is selected, select or type the date you want the flag to be triggered at in the Trigger Date box 9. Select the type of maintenance to be done from the Flag Type list. If the type of flag you want is not listed, select Other, and type in a description in the Notes box 10. Click to save the flag. CLOSING FLAGS Once a flag is created, the trigger has been met, and the maintenance has been performed, the flag should be closed to delete it from the system. To close a flag: 1. On the Notifications menu, click Flag Settings 2. Select a company from the Customer list 3. Select a device from the Device list 4. Click under the Close column in the row of the flag you want to close 5. Click Confirm to verify you want to close the flag. EDITING FLAGS After a flag is created and before the trigger has been met, the flag can be edited at any time. To edit a flag: 1. On the Notifications menu, click Flag Settings 2. Select a company from the Customer list 3. Select a device from the Device list 4. Click under the Edit column in the row of the flag you want to edit 5. Make changes to the flag settings as desired 6. Click to save your changes.
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