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Revised IP address for Ricoh 2020d

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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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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