Question about Canon PIXMA MP530 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Check the Lan/Wlan settings on the printer. Set to DHCP for address and reboot the printer. This should ensure the machine is getting it's IP address from your router. Recheck the IP address and subnet mask are in the same range as your computer and router and try a test print. If that does not work - manually set an address in the printer with a terminal value of 50 eg 192.168.0.50. Try that. If still no good, reset the printer IP to DHCP automatic and reboot the entire system. Please note if you are using Apple/Mac portable computers - your IP address range may change every time you boot in a different location.
Posted on Nov 16, 2017
firqst: DHCP disabled
copier IP adress should be 192.168.x.y
IP Pc must be 192.168.x .z (169.254.xx.xxx is a bad address!! = No-IP address !!)
see my recommendation for the scan on a previous post (http://www.fixya.com/support/t1395654-konica_c252_scanning_address_book_job)
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
you must be shore that the cable between the copier and the co mputer is cross cabel and connected if there is a switch put normal cable
and then be shore that the diference between the two ip.s is smal as the computer ip 192.168.1.20
and the copier ip 192.168.1.30
Posted on May 02, 2009
Is the Canon connected with a cable that's connected to an active port. You can try to Fixed IP hold down 1 & 7 When you power up the machine, make the necessary network configurations and see if pings back with a reply.
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Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Are you possitive that your iR3300 has printer kit installed. That series of Canon copier comes with NIC installed, but the print DIMM and network firmware is an additional option that needs to be installed. If I remember correctly, there is a way to display the firmware levels...you would see iR3300n (network).
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
Did you change the coper to static IP? If not then the copier is most likely still set for a dynamic IP. A dynamic IP means the number will change from time to time when the IP lease from the router runs out. Your computers are most likely set for dynamic also. This is not a problem and the use of dynamic IP's is very common.
If you print out a status page (also know as a configuration page) from copier/printer there should be a Host name listed along with the IP address. The host name is a name that always stays assigned to the network card (providing you don't manual change it). If you substitute the host name for the IP address when you are setting up the printer port the computer will always look for that name on the network when you send a print job.
The IP address and host name are both ways to find the proper device you are looking for on a network. Think of them the same way as a phone number. You dial your friends cell phone and it goes out over the cellular network looking for your friends cell phone once it finds your friends cell phone his phone rings. IP's and Host names work the same way.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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