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Hp 4200 tn networking problems

I changed phone and isp providers today and once the printer was reconnected, none of the computers on the network could locate it. I can't even ping the ip address. Everything else on the network is functioning properly.

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I would suggest, print a diagnostic page from the printer, what IP address does it show? It is on the same network as your computers? If not then it will require changing the printer to either DHCP or giving it a static IP within the same range as your other workstations.

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