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Follow these steps: 1. Press the "Operator Panel" button to print a Network Setup page.
2. Locate the entry labeled "UAA" or "Physcal Address."
3. Write down the 12-digit address. An example is "00:1A:2B:3C:4D:5E."
Set the IP Address 1. Insert your Lexmark drivers CD and select "View Documentation."
2. Select "Software and Utilites" and click "IP Setup Utility" to start the program.
3. Enter the physical address for the printer in the "Discover Print Servers" field and click "Discover."
4. Select the printer from the "Configure Print Servers" list and click "TCP/IP Settings."
5. Click "Suggest Address" if you'd like the utility to locate an available IP for you, or enter the IP of your choice in the "IP Address" field and click "OK.

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