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Cannot connect to AR-M550-N web interface

I tried changing the ip address for the printer and now it is stuck in between ip's. I cannot connect to it using either the old ip or the new ip through the web interface. I have powered the machine off and back on and still have no results.

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Check that the subnet mask and gateway are similar to your current network settings.set them from the machine control panel.

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  • John Waithaka Nov 28, 2008

    ensure your ethernet/ network cable is properly fixed both on the machine and on the wall socket.Try a new cable.

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