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Configure network card

How do I finish configuring TCP/IP printer settings for a C3200? The machine has an IP address from DHCP, but XP doesn't recognize the network interface. There are several selections for Canon devices, and a custom setting. What do I need to do to finish the configuration? I can arrange to share the setup screen over the internet, if that will help. I have machines to configure in 2 locations, but the stores I'm dealing with don't have a service contract with any local Canon dealers, and I'm a computer/networking tech, not a copier tech, so I just need this last little piece of the puzzle to get their copiers back to running as network printers, or so I believe.

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I am a copier guy and was the first to train on the 3200 series network included this is not a copier problem

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Canon imageRUNNER C3200 Copier network setup parameter needed


Are you talking about creating a printer port in Windows to print to?

You can use a normal RAW 9100 port (just choose custom, and it will set it at that)
But I suggest setting the copier with a static IP.
By leaving it to DHCP, if you set any machine to use that address, if if "flops around" you'll lose the pointers to that address. Just go into the web interface on the copier to set the static IP.

Your question was just slightly confusing to read. I hope that's what you are asking for.

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what do you need to know?
you need to put a static IP address or set it to DHCP and load the canon print driver.
you need to create a tcp/ip port on the ip address of the copier

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I followed this suggestion and now the IP address is 0.0.0.0. I can not get to the printer setting. I don't know if the DHCP setting still remained as static instead of dynamic. ANY SUGGESTION?


I had the same problem, after removing the DHCP settings, maybe for an error during the configuration the printer didn't assume the new IP address and it resulted 0.0.0.0 from the configuration page.
No way to connect to the printer until I did a network card reset following this procedure:

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7. Network Card Reset:
a. Turn the printer off.
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f. Press and release the continue button to print a network settings page.
g. On the page that prints verify the following:
�� Status = Not Connected
�� Active = Yes
�� DHCP,BOOTP,RARP Enabled = Yes, Yes, Yes
�� Address Source = Manual
�� Address = 0.0.0.0
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Since my goal was to set a fixed IP address, I entered the printer configuration through Internet explorer, typing the newly assumed IP address and going to TCP/IP settings where I removed The 'Auto DHCP' and I set the IP address I wanted.

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