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Why Does my Printer not save IP Address

When I Manually Set up IP address, the printer says it " Saved " the IP Address, but when I go Back In, it's completely wiped out and shows 0.0.0.0. Please Help!!

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If no network cable is connected then it will always show as 0.0.0.0 this is because the network connection is not activated without a network cable

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