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LexMArk Marknet 700Oe: Booting problem

Accidentally, I disabled 'BOOTP' and 'RARP' on the print sever. It does not boot. How can I get back to the default factory settings? Help please

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  • Balu_rao Jun 15, 2008

    It is a print server (MarkNet 7002e, which I have. There is no way to install any kind of software, leave alone the 'server software'. There is no 'reset' button: the four butttons on the box allow one to move through the menu. I cannot get the menu on the lCD because, I think, I disabled the 'BootP' and 'RarP' on the menu.

  • Balu_rao Jun 15, 2008

    No Sir, I have not. Until recently, A windows NT 4.0 interfaced the printer to the work stations. I bought a MrakNet Print server 7002E to interface the printer. In the process of installing it, I disabled the BOOTP, RARP and AutoIP on the print server menu and enabled the DHCP because our network server provides the IP numbers automatically. Now, I cannot access the print server through its web page; the print server does not boot. The LCD screen turns blue and there is no physical rest switch on the server to allow it to boot to the default factory settings.

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Hmmm...ok..you'll need to reinstall the server software, where those reside..

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

  • P.Michael D'Acre
    P.Michael D'Acre Jun 15, 2008

    what I'm talking about is the main computer software, that interfaces with the print server. Have you done this sort of integration before?

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