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Get the IP address subnet and gateway address of a computer in the same network.
Usingthe LJ5's control panel, setup a static IP for the Jet Direct using thenumbers you got from the Laptop, except change the last number of theIP to one that is not being currently being used. Perhaps adding 5 or10 to the highest number in use. Here are the steps to configure the LJ5.
1.Press MENU, repeatedly, until the following message appears on thecontrol panel: HP LaserJet 5/5n/5m and the original Color LaserJet: HPMIO MENU 2. Press ITEM. CFG NETWORK=NO* will appear. 3. Press the PLUS button once. CFG NETWORK=YES* will appear. 4. Press ENTER or SELECT. 5. Press ITEM repeatedly until CFG TCP/IP=NO* appears. 6. Press the PLUS button. CFG TCP/IP=YES* will appear. 7. Press ENTER or SELECT. 8. Press ITEM until BOOTP=YES* appears. 9. Press the PLUS button. BOOTP=NO will appear. o When using BootP or DHCP, keep the setting BOOTP=YES*. o The BootP or DHCP server will configure the TCP/IP parameters on the HP Jetdirect. o No other TCP/IP configuring is necessary. 10. Press ENTER or SELECT. 11. Press ITEM. IP BYTE 1 = (value) will appear. 12.Press the PLUS button until the value of the first byte of the IPaddress appears on the control-panel display. By pressing SHIFT and thePLUS button, the value will decrease. 13. Press ENTER or SELECT. 14. Press ITEM to continue. Repeat Steps 11-13 to configure the remaining bytes of the IP address. 15.Repeat Steps 11-13 to configure the subnet mask bytes (SM BYTE 1=),syslog server IP address (LG BYTE 1=), default gateway (GW BYTE 1=),and timeout (TIMEOUT=). 16. Press ONLINE. Print a self-test page to verify the IP settings. 17. If the test page does not show the correct settings, power cycle the printer and reprint the test page.
else: have the printserver reinstalled www.nls.com/common/pdfs/v307n10.pdf
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You can find IP Adress By following Method
Just Click on Start menu>Click on Run>type cmd>then command prompts opens>Type ipconfig for single ip and for all >Type ipconfig/all
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You can reset the MarkNet X2000 to factory defaults - which includes resetting the IP address to 0.0.0.0 like this: 1. Press and hold the Test button until all four lights stay lit simultaneously, then release the Test button. 2. When #3 and #4 lights light simultaneously, press and release #1 (the Menu button). 3. When #3 lights press and release #1 (the Menu button).
4. At this point the X2000 print server has been restored to the
factory default settings and should have an IP address of 0.0.0.0.
Indeed, you don't need the print server. Since your HP 6310 already has an integrated network port, you may setup and use it on your laptop the same way you do with your desktop. If you can browse the Internet wirelessly with your laptop, you should also be able to print.
How to check the print server is in the wireless network or not!!
Check under the Router Setup page Router's ip address...
Check if you are able to ping the Print Server Ip address....Since it the router will assign a ip address from DHCP range..
If you are able to ping the router's ip address and the print server ip address then the print server is in the Wireless LAN...
Try the following steps.
1. Go to run and type "cmd" press enter
2. type ipconfig.
3. Check the range of ip address...if its 192.168.0.XX
4. Try pinging that ip address..
5. If able to ping the router and print server.. Then the wireless network is fine...
Somehow some of the printer's don't work with some of the print servers.. Check if D-link does support the printer or not!!!! for this particular model of the router...
Your DHCP server will keep track of which MAC Addresses have been given what IP addresses. From there, find the IP address of your Print Server. Ping the IP address to confirm IP connectivity between your computer and the print server. You should then be able to upgrade the firmware.