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Printer not working through network. the router was reset due to power outage. I have the computer IP address and looks to be set in printer. I have had the problem before and was told to go through service program in printer by hitting yellow reset butoon 107 then orange reset button. I am looking for the delivery server to configure static IP but cannot find that. HELP

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    printer not working through network. the router was reset due to power outage. I have the computer IP address and looks to be set in printer. I have had the problem before and was told to go through service program in printer by hitting yellow reset butoon 107 then orange reset button. I am looking Moreprinter not working through network. the router was reset due to power outage. I have the computer IP address and looks to be set in printer. I have had the problem before and was told to go through service program in printer by hitting yellow reset butoon 107 then orange reset button. I am looking for the delivery server to configure static IP but cannot find that. HELP
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    Please check tbis bellow link and have vivid knowledge about your problem.. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314073
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    May 27, 2010 - That is not what I need. Do you know how to get into the service side of the printer? The network has been set up for several years and is still there. The static IP address needs to be reset in printer due to the power outage. I done this beforebut for some reason I can't remember all the steps. I am in the service side but cant seem to find- delivery server. Once ther I acn reset the IP address.

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Hi. What operating system are you using? I am asking this because I am going to make a solution on how to check your printer's old IP and if the current IP on your computer belongs to the same network as your printer. Thanks.

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    Liza Halbrook May 28, 2010

    Most network printers IP is set by accessing the Administration page. If you can get the old IP of your printer, you can use a web browser to get into Admin page by typing this into the address bar and pressing enter.

    https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/

    replace xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with the correct IP address of your printer.


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Hi

Please check tbis bellow link and have vivid knowledge about your problem..
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314073
Let us know if you want to know something else accept the suggestion.
Thanks for contacting fixya.com

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  • dcihat May 27, 2010

    That is not what I need. Do you know how to get into the service side of the printer? The network has been set up for several years and is still there. The static IP address needs to be reset in printer due to the power outage. I done this beforebut for some reason I can't remember all the steps. I am in the service side but cant seem to find- delivery server. Once ther I acn reset the IP address.

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