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Setting up wireless printer

How can set my printer wireless? it was connected before but i change the modem and change the ip address. how do you assign a ip address?

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To assign an IP address to a KM 3035 you need to select the system menu/counter button above the touch screen. On the left hand side of the menu you need to select Printer Defaults. From this menu you need to select Interface and than select the network tab from the resulting screen. Scroll down to highlight TCP/IP and select change. From this next screen you should be able to assign a new IP address.

Let me know if you need any further info.

Henry

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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