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Config page How do I print a configuration page sio as to to check to see what, if any, IP address has been assigned to this printer ? Thanks, Bill

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There is no CONFIG page but there is a setup sheet that will print on how the printer is setup. when the unit is on press & hold the Button till it BLINKS 1 time only. Here is the button sequences. Config page - 9a182e0.jpg

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