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Printer unable to obtain IP address

'Enable DHCP' option was un-intendedly set to "No'.
Printer now unable to obtain IP address to function as a network printer.
Unable to access the printer utility page to revert the setting.

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    ip address is ther on the dhcp on the server

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Reset the TCP/IP information. To do so, Turn off the printer power. With the cartridge door open, hold down both cancel and continue buttons and power the printer on. Hold the buttons until the lights cycle. The TCP/IP information should be cleared. Wait a few minutes.The printer should pick up a new IP address from the network, or should set a default IP. Press the Continue button to print a new test page, and you should see the new address.

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