Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
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The IP information can can be printed. The button you are looking for I believe is the reset button (tiny hole that only a unfolded paper clip can fit ). It is located near the Ethernet jack that will let you reset the print server settings or allow you to print a configuration label. Load up some media, power the printer on. Once the printer is fully booted, use a paper clip or the like to press the button once. A label will print that details the IP settings.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Press on setup button
Press on the - button
until you see protocol
Press on select and
choose permanent and save
Press on the + button
until see the IP Address
Press on select and use
the + button to change numbers and Press the - button to move to the next
Press selects to save
restart the printer by switching the printer on and off.
Test a print job to the Printer.
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