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How do i chang the ip address on my cannon IRC3170? or set it to automatic so that my computer can find the printer on the network??

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After complete installation of printer
1. Go to control panel-> Device and Printer
2. select printer which you want to set an ip address and right click and select printer properties
3. It will display on general, select port tab
4. select the printer
5. Click Add port
6. it will display a printer port
7. Double click the standard ip address
8. click next and change the ip address
9. finish

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If you have a wireless router with a wireless network then -

Configure the IP address your wireless printer, (this is done through the printer's menu settings) make sure it matches the IP address range on your wireless network, it maybe 192.168.1.*** then configure the wireless printer with a fixed IP address with the same IP address range but at a higher address eg. 192.168.1.10 so it does not clash with any other IP addresses.
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The first thing you need to do is plug in the power and the Ethernet connection. All network-capable HP printers and JetDirect appliances will default to DHCP mode, which automatically acquires an IP address on any DHCP-enabled network. Even tiny home networks with inexpensive routers have automatic DHCP-assigned IP addresses. Once the printer comes online, it will automatically obtain the first available IP address in the DHCP pool.
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  • Step 3 Click "Manage network connections."
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