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Re: Factory Defaults for Kyocera FS-1300D
Turn off the Dell printer (assuming you want to keep that IP address as is). From the computer/server the printers are networked to, go to Printers and Faxes and locate the printer. Right-click on the printer > Properties > and there should be a tab where you can change the IP address within...sorry I can't recall the exact steps from here as I don't have access to do so from my machine. Once you change the IP, reboot printer and your conflict should be resolved.
If all else failes, you'll need to consult the NIC card manual for further diorection.
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You can print a status page by pressing for 5 seconds the green button and see what IP address has the printer. Then you can modify it through your PC. The most important is that you have a NIC (network interfade card), because this printer (FS-1320D) comes from Kyocera without a NIC. Unless your printer is already intergrated with a NIC.
you can open the command center of the printer, login using the password admin00. Then go to tab "Basic", click Reset and choose the last one, which says Reset Entire Device To Factory Defaults.
If you just want to reset the frpo parameters to factory defaults, then use the command !R! FRPO INIT; EXIT;
you might out of luck because they company wont give out the procedure or they might charge you $50.00 for procedure. Below is the what I found on the web for different model but the procedure is the same (the printer server card is different either 1x or 2x, but you only have one for each printer)
Turn off, unplug.
2) Remove the IB-2X card. Mine is secured with two thumb screws. Just give it a tug and it comes out.
3) Locate the jumper. Remove it, rotate 90%, and install on SW2.
4) Reinstall IB-2X.
5) Plug in and power up, wait for READY.
6) Turn off, unplug.
7) Remove the IB-2X card.
8) Remove jumper, rotate 90%, and reinstall in previous position.
9) Reinstall IB-2X.
10) Unplug the network cable.
11) Plug in and power up, wait for READY.
12) Admin password is now blank. TCP/IP settings: DHCP is on, subnet mask is 000.000.000.000, default gateway is 000.000.000.000, IP address is 000.000.000.000. Change settings to desired.
13) Reconnect network cable. They also have something call ResetLan tool, but it costs you.
Try above step at your own risk. Thank you
You probably have a network card called a IB-30 installed. You will need to reset this card by changing the jumper from is original position to the next one. This will restore the original factory settings, there are only one jumper on the card. If you still have the CD your IB-30 came with it will explain to you under troubleshooting how to restore the factory defaults.