I have changed my network router and therefore the IP adress has changed for my Ricoh 2020d. I know my router IP adress as well as the IPs for the other printer and computers on the network. This printer was previously setup and running fine prior to my switching routers. I would appreciate it if someone could help me make the necessary changes to the printer settings.
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Re: Revised IP address for Ricoh 2020d
Go to user tools counter. Go to settings. Go to interface. You should see the IP address settings window. Some Ricohs have auto DHCP. Usually I turn that on to get it to recognize your router. Make sure your gateway address is inserted as well.
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Connect the machine to a router or a switch with a network cable.
In used mode, under network settings - set the machine to DHCP, so it will get an IP adress from the switch/router.
Print out a network status page, and see if you've got an IP adress.
In the command window on your PC type: ipconfig/all and see the IP adress of your computer. Compare it to the adress the machine got from the router/switch and see if they are almost identical apart from the last digits.
Install the driver, and install the printer using device name, and you should be good to go. Or you can set the IP you got from the switch/router as a static adress, and install the copier using the IP adress.
I think that the easiest way is with the WebImageMonitor (Web Interface).
Open your browser and write the IP adress of you machine (ex. http://192.168.x.x/)
Then you must login as administrator.
Then go to network settings and disable the telnet
Plug your laptop or wireless device directly to the router using a network cord. If you still cannot access your router through a hard wire connection, unplug the router for 45 seconds and plug it back in. Then restart your computer while it's still hard wired to the router.
Your router IP address by default should be 192.168.1.1. In order to make sure you are on the same network, click on start > run and type cmd or open a command prompt by typing cmd into the search field under vista and windows 7. Once you have a dos window open, type IPCONFIG and make sure that your IP address is 192.168.1.x. x represents any number that would be leased to your computer from the router. If you do not have that a 192.168.1.x ip address, DHCP might be turned off on the router and you will have to set up a static IP address through networking and connections managment, or network properties in windows xp.
In order to do this go to your control panel and into the networking icon. Find your LAN connection and right click and then left click on properties. Once it's open, click on TCP/IP and then click on properties. Change the raido buttons from Automatically Obtain to Manual and for the IP address type the following:
IP Address: 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
Click OK twice and try and connect to your router through the default IP address of 192.168.1.1.
If you had to configure your IP manually, make sure you go back in there and change it back after you configure your router for DHCP.
default is http://192.168.1.1, but you can check by ip gateway (modem adress), on your computer.
check your local network connection:
if your modem is directly connect your computer, by usb or LAN the gateway adress is the same, you can test if go to the webrowser and type the same adress as before.
You can assign the xxx number as you wanted if your printer is wireless. For example your Lap top wireless is 10.0.0.3 then set your IP address for your printer is 10.0.0.xxx ( 10.0.0.9) The xxx number can't be the same with any number for any other lap top you have around the house.
You can right click on Printer property to go to add Port and put this number in.
what you need to do here is manually set your static IP adress,
I had this problem as well and I know what to do.
you need to go to your network connections ( Controll panel>network connections) in xp (Controll panel>network and sharing center then left hand it sais: change adapter settings )
then rightclick your wireless connection and look at it's properties.
then you need to click on Internet Protocol, for vista/windows 7 it's internet protocol 4 which you need to select.
once selected click on properties just a little below.
there you'll see the setting is on: obtain Ip automaticly, but you'll have to choose ( use the following IP adress ) and enter
IP adress: 192.168.0.99 subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.0.50
once entered press OK and now go to your browser and type the routers adress (192.168.0.50) in my case and now you should be in your modems setup menu.
once changed your setting you need to change your IP back to auto obtain IP adress. or your internet still won't work
ok, clicking repair is a stupid setting that windows puts in as when you click it it immediately returnsyour pc's ip address to a windows default ip address which you router cannot read and therefore disconnects you.
Go to your network adapter properties, right click on task bar icon on go to network connections and right click>properties TCP/IP line and click properties again then select if not already 'obtain ip address automatically', then ok it and close windows.
If you are connecting through a router you need to get into the set up menu of ypur router by typing the router ip adress in your web browser(refer to manual for the address)and look for the conections menu and ensure your password and username is correct and make sure DHCP is enabled so as to give your pc an automatic ip address