Question about Xerox Phaser 6125 Laser Printer
Connected xerox 6125N by patch cable to the router/hub of my LAN network. it does receive an IP address, PING works, I can address it through the CentreWare interface - but any print job (Word, Excel, Acrobat, ...) wouldn't go through or even wake the printer from standby. Anybody having the same problem, and resolved it?
If you can address the printer through CentreWare then your halfway there. Is now possible to print a test print via CentreWare if that works look at your p.c, driver setup.
Posted on Mar 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you checked your firewall?
Often times, even though you can ping the printer, the firewall will block the data going to the printer.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
SOURCE: How to stop test print
On the printer press the "Menu" button, then press the down arrow twice and select "Admin Menu" by pressing the "OK" button. Then press down once and select " System Setup". Press the up arrow once and select "Start Up Page". It will probably say "On" and have a * next to it. To turn it off, press down and select "Off" by pressing "OK" again. Make sure that the * shows next to "Off" on the display.
I had the same problem, hopefully this will fix it for you :)
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: Our Xerox 8830 stopped printing
Hi - have you reset the machine with the network cable attached? What is the machine connected to at the other end of the ethernet cable?
Do this (if not already) there is a device on the other end of the copier Ethernet cable, probably a hub or switch which is probably connected to a router. With the copier powered off, go down to whatever device is at the end of the "chain" (probably a router) -- power it down and back up with the with Copier off. If there is another device between the copier and router then power that down and up until you're back at the copier then power that up. The copier probably gets it's IP address from the router and without that address nothing can find the copier.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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