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Network connection how to setup the IP address of the printer?

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  • Lotemsh Apr 06, 2008

    search the printer option in the printer itself for the network tab, and insert the wanted IP address.

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Search for the network tab in the printer menu ( the setup isnt done from the computer)
and update the wanted IP address according to your network rules

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