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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is late but most likely the IP address is set to DHCP or auto and the printer is changing the IP address.
You need to set it to manual, and set the IP address static.
Those machines will change the IP address by itself.
Sometime even when you have set it manually it will change back to auto.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
Try connecting the printer via the USB port on either one of the computers. Then test if the machine prints fine then likely possibility is that the Network interface card is faulty remove the network card and install in a different slot and test. If the same thing happens then reinstall the drivers and test.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
Brother is totally fucked up under Leopard, found so far no chance to fix it. Brother's own printer drivers are 10.4 only -- lame
Posted on May 10, 2008
Have you tried running an independent printer check - see
If the printer prints the test page OK, it means the problem is with the computer. If it were a PC, I would uninstall, reboot and then re-install the driver software. Maybe this will work with a Mac?
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: Xerox Phaser 8550 Won't Print
I was having the same problem. Turns out the IP address in the printer was incorrect. Once I changed the IP address the printer works just fine through our network again. Find your IP address off your server and follow these steps:
1. Choose Info on display menu, press okay button
2. Choose Info pages, press okay
3. Configuration pages-printer info, press okay
4. IP address should read: Correct IP Address number should be displayed on screen.
If not follow these steps to change it:
1. Find printer setup on display menu, press okay
2. Go to connection setup-press okay
3. Network setup-press okay
4. TCP/IP setup-press okay
5. Auto should show as “Off”
6. TCP/IP should show as “On”
7. DHCP/Boot should show as “Off”
If any of these are not listed on display correctly press ok, reset to either On or Off and then enter correct IP address.
Press okay button and follow steps on display menu to exit back to main menu display screen.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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