Question about HP LaserJet P2015dn Printer
The printer is in a network
Press and hol the green 'go' button until the lights flash, (about 4-5 seconds) and release the button,
Wait for the config pages to print out, and then check your network configuration, i.p address, Subnet mask and gateway.
If no network page prints out, you might have a dead Network Interface in the printer.
Posted on May 11, 2010
Windows sharing based printers are dependent on the computer where the printer is attached. This means that if the computer is turned off, or is in the sleep/hibernate mode, then all the computers that can print through that server will not be able to print. To solve this issue you can use external print servers to share printers in the home/office. External print servers are connected to the router which allows it to be available on the network without being dependent on any other computer system. External print servers are available in both wireless and wired versions, and the choice between those options is based on the needs of the home or office. get more information and help for Network Printer Configuration .
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Printer status offline
I just ran into the same problem. The computers on the network that were running XP were showing the printer as "Ready", but all of the computers running Vista were showing the printer as "Offline".
After trying a number of solutions that I found on other message boards, I accidentally discovered that the problem was an IP address conflict. It seems that the server changed the address on the printer, which didn't bother the XP machines but brought the Vista machines to their knees.
Press and hold the blue button (HP called it the "Go" button) for 5 seconds, which will print a configuration report. In the TCP/IP section you will see the IP address for the printer. Next, open the Printers window, right-click on the P2015 and click Properties. Click the Ports tab. Find the port that is checked and click the "Configure Port..." button. If the "Printer Name or IP Address" field differs from the IP address on the configuration report, change it to the one on the report. It took a few seconds after hitting OK for the computer and prrinter to link up again, but that solved the problem for me.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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