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Copier won't print - IP address was switched?

I'm not a tech person per se so I hope this question makes sense to all of you. We're a very small office and don't have IT support.
We print to a Minolta Di251 DiALTA greyscale copier. We also use Mac OS X. We've been able to print ok to our Minolta, but lately we'll be able to print, then suddenly it stops printing.
I'm thinking that it might be because the IP address changed. Our router assigns the first available IP address to computers and printers or plotter as we turn them on. (something to do with PPPoE that is above my understanding). I don't know how to change the IP address back to what it was.
Maybe it doesn't have anything to do with the IP address. I tried checking that the network cables are all plugged in snugly. Also tried removing the printer from my printer list, and adding it back in (sometimes I can't even do that). And I tried turning the copier off, and then back on again.
If anyone might have any suggestions please let me know, or let me know if I can provide more details.
Thank you!!

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Re: Copier won't print - IP address was switched?

That is your issue. If you allow it to set up using DHCP it will drop off often.
You need to set static IP addresses for the router and machine.
You have to have matching IP addresses, Gateways for it to communicate properly.
Set them permanently.

Posted on Dec 20, 2007

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