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How do you clear the MarkNet X2000 old IP address?

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You can reset the MarkNet X2000 to factory defaults - which includes resetting the IP address to 0.0.0.0 like this:

1. Press and hold the Test button until all four lights stay lit simultaneously, then release the Test button.
2. When #3 and #4 lights light simultaneously, press and release #1 (the Menu button).
3. When #3 lights press and release #1 (the Menu button).
4. At this point the X2000 print server has been restored to the factory default settings and should have an IP address of 0.0.0.0.


-John

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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If you reinstalled the printer after your system rebooted, you probably have the printer installed more than once.

If you do not set the printer to a static IP address this probably will happen again when it is restarted or there is a loss of electricity.

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USB and Network use different protocols. TCP/IP uses a completely different addressing system.

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