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Connect the printer to the print server. Push the test button on the test button on the print server. Two pages will print. One of the pages will contain the IP address for the print server. Connect the print server to the router. Now you need to go to the Control Panel and select "Devices and Printers". Select "Add a Printer". When it searches for a printer, select "The printer I want isn't listed". Next, select "Add a printer using TCP/IP address or hostname" and click "Next". Now, enter the IP address from the test print and click next. That will do it.
What OS are you using? I had a problem getting the print server to work with Windows 8.1. This is what I found to work: Find the IP address for the printer/server by pushing the "test" button on the print server. "Add a printer" in "Devices and Printers" under Control Panel. Select " The printer that I want wasn't listed", then select "Add a printer using TCP/IP address or hostname". Enter the IP address in the next window and carry on.
I hope this helps. If this is not your problem, you'll need to provide more details about what it is that you need from the print server.
I found that the EW2400 Jetdirect will not work UNLESS you use WEP security. I have tried several times setting up using the WPA, but with no luck. Once I changed my wireless router to WEP and configured the EW2400 with the WEP settings, it worked with no issues - hope this helps
If you know the IP of the printer & the printer is connected to the network, try pinging the IP address of the printer. After that, open a command prompt & type the following command then press Enter: arp -a This will display the arp cache on your computer. Check the list & find your printer's IP, & opposite to it, you will find its MAC address listed.
connect the jet direct card to plotter ,press the print test button locaed on jet direct card, it will print a configuration page & locate the hardware address from that page .Then try to iunstall it using hardware mac address
i m very sure it wil resolve the issue
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