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the easiest way is to print out a function list on the copier it should give the ip address on the list then open internet browser and input the ip address in the browser nd change the ip address there dont forget to make the ip address static hope you come right
The following steps will allow you to send and receive E-mail:
1. Make sure you have all of your TCP/IP information set up (IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS Server (if one), Host Name, and Domain name of your Domain) before you begin.
2. Enter into the Network Settings and Select E-mail/I-Fax.
3. If you are setting this up for SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol) to send E-mail and I-Fax, enter the IP address or Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of your mail server in the SMTP Server section. For example: mail_server.organization.company.com. Then enter the email address that will be the default sender in the SMTP Address field.
4. If you use POP3 and want to receive e- imageRUNNER mail and I-Faxes, fill in the IP address or FQDN of your POP3 server and the account added for the imageRUNNER-iR. The password is optional and needs to be entered if set on the e-mail account of the imageRUNNER-iR. Set the POP interval (how often the machine will log in and check for mail).
5. Reboot the device.
* Note - AUTHENTICATION ISSUES - -If the SMTP mail server requires authentication for sending email, enter Encryption/Authentication login information (SMTP authentication via a username and password). - For the models that do not support SMTP authentication, the administrator will need to set up a SMTP Relay.
Is the Canon connected with a cable that's connected to an active port. You can try to Fixed IP hold down 1 & 7 When you power up the machine, make the necessary network configurations and see if pings back with a reply.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Hi,ok you have to load the clolor network scangear exe file.If the scangear is installed,click on discoveron the color network scangear tool.It will detect the machine,select the machine.
Then it will be ready to scan into word or other programs.
I am not "at" a 3220 but I will try to visualize. On the "op" panel to the right of the display is a button that looks like an asterisk and says additional funcions.Press it. Bottom left tab says "system settings". Press it. New menu,right side , second tab, says network settings. Press it. At that point you should see tcp/ip settings. Press this tab and you will see the ability to manipulate many of your network settings."NOTE" this device is indeed capable of supporting being set to DHCP. You of course understand the pitfalls of having a printer set to dhcp. It is almost always recommended that a printer/scanner/fax/document server/ have a static ip address. However the right IT person in the right network enviromentwill have no trouble at all with this device. hope this helps, and if I did help please let "FIXYA" know it .Good luck and take care. .....................SPINAL........
I am not sure why or how I just bumped into this question 8 months later....and why no one has answered your question prior. I hope to God some one has helped you or you bumped into it on your own. If not, press additional functions,system settings, network settings, and the rest is obvious.