You need to turn off the copier, wait a few seconds, then turn it back on. Make sure to select the Printer I/F button and press the setup button on the touchscreen when it comes up. Voila! Network settings.
Now, I can't get it to actually work, but that's a different problem.
I have the same problem. Cannot access the network settings screen. When I press the INFO button in the print screen the screen just flickers for a moment but doesn't do anything. Printing the settings reveals the machine is set to appletalk and the web config console is turned off so I'm kinda stuck.
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You would need to ensure that the IR 5020 has a valid IP address (Should be located on the Network Configuration Menu from the on-screen display). When plugged into the network for the first time the printer is usually given an IP address, this would allow you to connect to the web management interface and make changes to the settings from an easier interface than the on-screen display.
If you are planning on sharing the IR 5020 out from the server to other computers then you would then need to assign a static IP address to the IR 5020 so that the IP address would not change once configured.
(Side-note - I do not recommend using DHCP on printers as it can cause issues down the road if the printer is given a defferent IP address by the DHCP server.)
Did you change the coper to static IP? If not then the copier is most likely still set for a dynamic IP. A dynamic IP means the number will change from time to time when the IP lease from the router runs out. Your computers are most likely set for dynamic also. This is not a problem and the use of dynamic IP's is very common.
If you print out a status page (also know as a configuration page) from copier/printer there should be a Host name listed along with the IP address. The host name is a name that always stays assigned to the network card (providing you don't manual change it). If you substitute the host name for the IP address when you are setting up the printer port the computer will always look for that name on the network when you send a print job.
The IP address and host name are both ways to find the proper device you are looking for on a network. Think of them the same way as a phone number. You dial your friends cell phone and it goes out over the cellular network looking for your friends cell phone once it finds your friends cell phone his phone rings. IP's and Host names work the same way.
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you be able to see the net configuration wen connect first to a network, first plug-in to one network, then if you go through the settings, you be able to see IP, NETMASK and GATEWAY and change.
On the control Panel
Press Additional Functions Key.
Press Report Settings
Print List should be 2 rows of choices/ Select Network and print list. TCP/IP will be on the print out.
To Change the IP Address
Press Additional Functions
Press System Settings
Press Network Settings
Select TCP/IP Settings
Enter New Address or turn DHCP on
Back out by using reset key on control Panel.
Be sure to re-Power the copier by turning off/on at the main power switch on the right side of machine or any setting will not take.
Ok. Press the additional functions key - that is they key with the star inside it - then select 'system settings' then 'network settings' then select 'ip setting'. Once you've got into the ip settings you can enter all your own network settings. All you need to enter is IP address, subnet mask and default gateway but you'll know all that.
i have an IR 3300 (used) i have given TCP/IP correct with machine and PC also. ping command is working properly and IR Machine also response from the host and also i'm success output (Printout) but can't scanning. I have scangear also tried but the messeage appear "the spacified IP address is invalid or scanner is not connected to the specified IP" but my IP address is correct. (both side) i know that after this my Machine will be online from System button but there is no software. i cant solve my problem
how can i connect my Machine from PC