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How do I connect this to the network?

How do I connect this printer to the network? I see on the router that it's network port is connected, but can't find it through the angry ip port scanner.

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In printer choose utility->admin->12345678->network settings->tcpip-> insert ip settings

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    in printer if setup utility is not showing then what can i do?

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