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We changed our internet service which changed our ip address. we cannot use our network printer as it still has the old ip. help!

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Press the CHECK button. Scroll down to the I/O menu to change the IP address or use the JetDirect utility to make changes.

Right click on the printer icon in Control Panel and choose properties.

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