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If your printer is already connected to your network, try to assign astaticIPaddress to your printer to prevent it from getting a newIPaddress from your router. To do that, just get theIPaddress of your printer, open a browser and type in theIPin the address bar of your browser. Once you have the embedded web server of your printer, click on Settings > Network Ports > TCP/IP> Uncheck "Enable DHCP" > Submit. Once you have set a staticIP, resintall the Lexmark software. It would be best to use an updated driver. Just go to http://bit.ly/VuhrpF to download the updated driver. After reinstalling the driver, check if the firmware for your printer is up to date. Just go to http://bit.ly/PZaAmK to download the firmware update.
Follow these steps:
Press the "Operator Panel" button to print a Network Setup page.
Locate the entry labeled "UAA" or "Physcal Address."
Write down the 12-digit address. An example is "00:1A:2B:3C:4D:5E."
Set the IP Address
Insert your Lexmark drivers CD and select "View Documentation."
Select "Software and Utilites" and click "IP Setup Utility" to start the program.
Enter the physical address for the printer in the "Discover Print Servers" field and click "Discover."
Select the printer from the "Configure Print Servers" list and click "TCP/IP Settings."
Click "Suggest Address" if you'd like the utility to locate an available IP for you, or enter the IP of your choice in the "IP Address" field and click "OK.
Try to reset the wireless network adapter of the printer. On the printer operator panel: - Press Settings to display Settings - Press to display Settings - Press to display Network Setup - Press to display Network Setup - Press to display Wireless Setup - Press twice to display Wireless Setup - Press to display the scrolling message This will reset all wireless network adapter settings. Are you sure?. - Press or to change the value from No to Yes, and press .
The WiFi light on the printer will momentarily turn off. When it lights up solid orange, launch the Lexmark Wireless Setup Utility on your computer by inserting your installation cd or executing the Lexmark X6570 driver. Follow the instructions on your computer screen.
To make my Lexmark e250DN work on the network using my new Belkin N300, I had to do this:
1. Install router as per Belkin instructions.
2. Power off printer, then connect Lexmark printer to the router. Power on printer.
3. In a Browser, go to 192.168.2.1 which is the Router's IP address.
4. Click on DHCP Client List. You will see a list of the "computers" connected to the router, which includes the printer. Your printer will have a very long alphanumeric Host Name (mine began with E00000) Note the IP address (something like 192.168.2.4) That is the printer's IP address.
5. In Control Panel, Printers & Faxes,
a) if the printer was previously installed with a different router, edit its settings to use the new IP address;
b) if the printer was not previously installed, ADD a Network Printer at address http://192.168.2.x (x being whatever your DHCP client list showed).
That should do it.