Question about D-Link DP 303 (DP-303) Print Server
First - Sorry for my spelling... But what can i say... i'm from denmark :-) My router was dead, so i got a new one ( Linksys WRT54GL ) Then i re-installed my computer ( Win XP sp2 ) and startet the router up... the IP for the printserver was 192.168.2.102 and after 30 secunds, it got a new IP.. 192.168.2.103 ... and so on... After 2 minutes i can't find it ... If i switch the power off for the dp-303 for some secunds the same hapents ... I think i uses 192.168.2.103 but i'm not sure I Try to use telnet but it dosen't work... What shall i do ? Johnny AKA Ploef
Yesterday I had contact with the support division of SEH in germany. I got a lot of background information about the SEH PS03A print server. So I assume, that the reason for your problem is the power supply that came with the PS03A: if it is bad, the PS03a is restarting very often and could probably get a new IP number by your router every time. So you perhaps have to get a new power supply.
Posted on May 26, 2009
"... your print server is configured with DHCP and not a static IP address (If it is has a static IP address, make sure it is configured for the correct subnet) ..." How can you verify that if you can't get to the printer server URL?
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
From your initial troubleshooting steps, it sounds like you are having an IP connectivity issue. I will make the assumption that your print server is configured with DHCP and not a static IP address (If it is has a static IP address, make sure it is configured for the correct subnet). If this is the case, you should be able to log on to your broad band router and see what IP address was given out for it in the DHCP Lease section. Next, try pinging (open a command prompt and type: ping 192.168.2.103) the IP address of the print server. This will confirm that you have proper connectivity to it. Next, make sure you have file and print sharing enabled on your Win XP machine.
Posted on Sep 26, 2006
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