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Network setup for 4410NF

The "printer features:" screen is not visiable under the "User Tools:", hence can't config IP, subnet mask, gateway, etc. Any idea why? I have the ethernet cable plugged into the 10BaseT interface on the fax machine.

Thanks,

Vincent

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  • wangvh Oct 31, 2008

    I was able to configure the IP information on the Fax. Your help is much appreciated. Now, I need to get the rest of the features working.



    Take care!

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Ok, heres how to get to network preferences on this printer

USERTOOLS
2.fax features
4. key op tools (password might be 2222)
15. network

I hope this is enough information to help you out a little bit

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