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Need to determine the ip address for SATO M8485SE

Don't know the IP for a SATO Printer.
Is there a series of buttons, power off/on I can do to get a Config print-out?

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2 ways you can determine the IP setup.
1: You can use Sato's ip net software, available from the Sato web page. This software will discover the printer on the network through a connected PC.
2: With the NIC carad inserted, the IP address can be set through the front panel by depressing the line key while powering up the printer. You can scroll through to the settings and change to the needed IP address

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This is very easy setup to install the network printer. first to set the your desire network IP address in your printer.follow the mention option enter the Ip address.

  1. Press the Menu button.
  2. Press the Down Arrow to find Configure Device .
  3. Choose Configure Device .
  4. Press the check mark button.
  5. Choose I/O .
  6. Press the check mark button.
  7. Press the EIO (1 or 2) Jetdirect Menu .
  8. Press the check mark button.
  9. Choose TCP/IP .
  10. Press the check mark button.
  11. Choose Configuration Method .
  12. Press the check mark button.
  13. Choose Manual .
  14. Press the check mark button.
  15. Select Manual Settings .
  16. Choose IP address .
  17. Press the check mark button.
  18. Enter IP address with keypad.
  19. Press the check mark button.
  20. Choose Subnet Mask .
  21. Press the check mark button.
  22. Enter Subnet Mask with keypad.
After assign the IP addres in printer. connect to your printer with router or switch. and insert you HP Installation CD in Rom,

Go to the Control Panel and select Printer and Faxes click the "Add Printer"the new Add printer wizard open click next and remove the check mark in " Automatic detect and install the Plug and Play printer" click next, then you get "Select the printer port screen" Click create New port and choose Standard TCP/IP and click next.


You will get another New windows " Standard TCP/IP Add Printer Port" click next and put the Printer IP Address click next and next, Finish.

Now the windows will appear " Add Printer Wizard" click the Have Disk " and choose the .Inf file for your Installation CD, and Click Finish.

Your printer will install and the test will come.

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I have an HP Lasejet 1320 printer and I am trying to reset static IP Address as we are moving from one network to another. I need to know how I can determine the mac address of the printer as I can...


Hi there,
To find the static IP and Mac Address of your printer, press and hold green button for 10 seconds until green and yellow light starts blinking together, it will take out 3 print outs, 1 is printer information, 2nd will be configuration page, 3rd will be the toner status page,
Also you can Check your printer manual. This is the easiest and fastest way to find the printer's MAC address
Alternatively Print out a configuration page.
If you require more assistance, feel free to reply to this post
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How do I set an IP address on a SATO M84PRO printer with ethernet connection.


Hi Scott,

I've gone through the manual,

http://www.europen.com.br/html_new/download/arquivos/M84Pro_A.PDF

But i can't seem to find anything about setting up an ip address. The Manual does have some good trouble shooting tips for the ethernet connecton in section 5

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I have a hp pavilion dv7-2277cl laptop (64 bit) and a hp laserjet 2605dn. suddenly the communication between the two has gone missing. This is a wireless network and worked until last week. I have down...


The one that is missing in the network is the printer.So try to reconfigure the IP of the printer again using the wireless wizard in the printer manager. Or go to Using the HP Network Diagnostic Utility in Windows - HP Customer Care (United States - English)

Also ; Very seldom does the printer itself cause problems. To determine if you have printer trouble, do the following:
  • If you're using a wireless connection, see if the wireless indicator lamp is illuminated? Can you turn on the wireless radio from the control panel of the printer?
  • Print a Network Configuration page and a Wireless Network Test report from your printer's control panel, if available.
    • Does the Wireless Network Test report indicate trouble?
    • Does the report indicate that the printer is connected to your wireless router, and not to a neighbor's? The network name the printer is connected to will be shown on the both the Network Configuration page and Wireless Network Test report.
    • Compare the printer's IP address [X]
      IP address
      An IP address is a series of numbers by which computers, printers and other devices on a network are known. An IP address is usually issued by the local wireless router (network) from its DHCP service. A device is given an IP address that is similar to the wireless router's IP address. For example, if the wireless router's IP address is 192.168.1.1, a printer may be given an IP address of 192.168.1.5. to the gateway IP address [X]
      Gateway IP address
      This is the IP address of your wireless router. . They should have a similar format (for example, the gateway IP address might be 192.168.0.1 and the printer IP address 192.168.0.5). If the printer has an IP address similar to 169.254.XXX.XXX, it probably is not connected to your wireless network.
    • On some printers, the Network Configuration page will list all wireless networks detected in your area. Is your network listed among those found? Does it have good signal strength?
    • Are there several wireless networks on your same channel or using channels close to your channel? You should use a channel at least 5 channels away from the closest used channel. Consider changing your wireless router's channel to 1, 6 or 11.
  • Are there any error messages on the printer or unexpected blinking lights (consult your manual to determine what to expect)?
  • Reset your printer (usually by removing the power cord from the back of the printer, waiting 30 seconds and then reconnecting the cord. Consult your manual for specifics).
  • Restart your wireless router [X]
    Wireless router
    A wireless router is networking hardware that allows both wired and wireless devices to connect to a network. When connected to a wireless router, devices such as computers, printers, and other Wi-Fi enabled electronics can share one Internet connection AND connect to each other. Connections can be made to the wireless router through a wireless connection or a wired connection using an Ethernet cable. by unplugging the power cord, waiting 60 seconds, then reconnecting the cord to the wireless router.

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How can i configure a ip printer on network


The first thing you need to do is plug in the power and the Ethernet connection. All network-capable HP printers and JetDirect appliances will default to DHCP mode, which automatically acquires an IP address on any DHCP-enabled network. Even tiny home networks with inexpensive routers have automatic DHCP-assigned IP addresses. Once the printer comes online, it will automatically obtain the first available IP address in the DHCP pool.
Next, you need to figure out what IP address the printer automatically obtained. There are multiple ways to do this. The surest way is to get the printer to tell you what the address is by printing out a network configuration printer report. You'll have to cycle through the options on your particular HP printer to find and print the configuration report. On an HP 4250 for example, you would push Menu, Information, and then Print Configuration to get it to tell you what IP address it's sitting on. The external JetDirect appliances have a button you can press to print the configuration.
If you don't want to or can't physically touch the printer because it's in some remote location, that's not a problem. If you happen to know what the DHCP range is or you can look at the DHCP server itself, you'll quickly be able to see what IP address the printer obtained. If it's a relatively empty network, you can ping the first available IP in the DHCP range and find the printer that way.
Once you know the IP address of the printer, it would be possible to declare you're done and just print to that dynamic IP address. But from a management perspective, you may not want to do this because you want the printer on a fixed and predictable IP address. Really smart network administrators will create static DNS names for the printer and have people point to the name of the printer instead of the IP address. That way, if the printer ever needs to be moved or needs a new IP address, you won't have to change all the servers and workstations pointing to the raw IP address. You can just change the DNS entry in one place and everyone will automatically divert to the new IP address. But before you can assign any DNS entries, you must change the DHCP address.
Changing the IP address
If you want to change the IP address to something static, you can do it via Web interface or command line interface (CLI). But by the time you even start the Web interface, you could be all finished if you used the CLI. We're going to stick with the CLI here because it requires only a few quick commands.
For the purpose of this tutorial, let's say that the printer obtained an IP address of 10.1.1.10 and you want to change it to 10.1.1.100. All you need to do is open up a command prompt and type telnet 10.1.1.10. To change the IP address, type ip: 10.1.1.100.Type exit, and it will ask you whether you want to save the settings. Just press Y to apply the changes.
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  • exit
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then you can access configuration of printer.
But if you don't know ip then you need to check network configuration menu of printer .
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