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Input IP address on IR C3220 with ImagePass-C2

I have an IR C3220 with ImagePass-C2 that was recently moved from one building to the other. I can't seem to locate where to input the new IP adress so that we can get this printer networked.

Thanks for the help,

Kerry

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Go to printer tab then function then print pages then configuration page. and you'll see the ip address

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

  • dinkyoaf Sep 23, 2010

    1. Select the Printer tab

    2. Select Printer Status/Settings

    3. Functions

    4. Arrow Down

    5. Run Setup

    6. Continue Setup - Select Yes

    7. The machine will now say "Restarting, please wait" and then will kick you back to the Printer Tab where you can select Printer Status/Settings again. Just let it sit there. It will automatically bring you to the next screen.

    8. After you sit at the Printer Status/Settings screen for a minute or so it will automatically bring you to the next "Wait a moment" screen. You need to do exactly that - wait. I have seen this screen take 2 - 5 minutes so you must be patient.

    9. Next you will see the "please wait..." screen. This screen may take a second or it might flash by real quick.

    10. Once the "please wait" screen is gone you get kicked back to the main copy tab. Go back to "printer" and go in to "Printer Status/Settings.

    11. Once you select the "Printer Status/Settings" option again you will now be brought in to the Setup menu. Select Network Setup.

    12. Select "Protocol Setup"

    13. Now select TCP/IP Setup

    14. Select "Ethernet Setup"

    15. It will ask you if you want to "Enable TCP/IP for Ethernet". Select Yes.

    16. It will ask you if you want to "Enable Auto IP Configuration". Select Yes.

    17. Then it will ask you if you want DHCP or BOOTP. Select DHCP.

    18. Finally it will tell you it is binding to TCP/IP and after a few seconds it will say it was bound to ethernet successfully.

    19. Next it will ask you if you want to "Auto Gateway Address". Select Yes.

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