Hi, I am using Printonix and not able to print any jobs. It is showing that error in opeining port. M1583 . I tried to pring the IP of the printer but getting request timed out where as the printer is physically connected to the network. I want to know how do I really see the IP of the printer thru the printer menu option? Please help.
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There must be IP address conflict. Check the Dell printer IP address
Open Printers and Faxes Folder Right click on printer icon ( dell ) Click on Properties Under Ports Tab check the IP address with check mark If the Ports IP address is Different as that in Dell Printer Highlight the Port with IP address and click on Configure IP below Change the IP address to the Printer and Click OK
Also check if there are print job stuck in the Queue ( like no. 1,2 ) The printer icon should show READY and 0 Or Else, Right click on the printer icon and Click Cancel Print job.
Restart your PC and Printer and try to print. It should work If this does not work, let me know what is the Operating system of your PC
Try this Step if your Operating system is Windows 7 Right click on the printer icon Left click on Troubleshoot Continue with the Wizard and complete it You are ready to print.
Check if you are able to open the printer web page (EWS) on the computer.
you can check it by obtaining the printer ip address from setup-- network setup---print network configuration page. (Inn case of HPprinter)
suppose the ip is 192.168.1.100 , then open a new window of internet explorer and open the address as http:\\192.168.1.100 and see, if it is displaying the printer information
If yes, then open the printers window from control panel on computer.
Right click on your printer icon which has a check mark and select properties.
click on ports tab and click on addport button , selct the port as standard tcp\ip port and click on new port .
enter the ip address and finish this wizard, you will be back on ports tab .
now, right click on the printer icon and select use printer online.
I presume that the IP Address in the instruction is just an example IP Address. I don't know if your printer is connected to a router or to a Hub or Switch, but your printer's IP Address should depend on the device that provides the IP Address and the example is router. The first 3 octet of the Printer should be the same as the router's. So the setup should be router->printer then router->computer.
DNS errors then? can you map to the printer via hostname too? Are you sure you're not using SP3? When we upgraded to SP3, we had to use the new drivers. Try new drivers.Have you tried just rebuilding your print server? try sharing the printer off your computer in the data center and try t print to that. When you ping the data center from the user's computer... what is the delay?
Reset all the i/o active channels, i/o ports, memory etc of ur printer by using printer menu. And then load factory defaults.Then configure the tcp/ip port again and aassign ip address. Try it , i think printer memory is full
First, I would recommend NOT trying to manually install this printer by using the add printer wizard in windows and selecting the the port and drivers to use. I would use the install cd to set this all up, it makes setting up this printer MUCH easier. If you are unable to use the install cd then get the IP address for the printer from your router admin page then with the printer "installed" go into the printer properties, go into the port, add a port, and instead of using a printer name just type the IP address for the printer in. Also for any networked printer make sure you don't have a firewall blocking it (this would include making sure that if the printer requires a port opened in the router that all requests for that port are routed to the IP address of the printer).
I recently resolved the same problem by going into the Printer and Faxes under Control Panel. Look for the printer icon that shows in offline status. Right click 'Properties' and go to the Ports tab folder. Select the Port IP address in question and click on 'Configure Port' button. Click on the check box next to SNMP [SNMP status enabled] to remove the check mark and to disable the option. Click OK on the Configure Port window. Click Close on the properties window. Hope this helps.
I need a little more information on the setup. Is there a router in your network? If there is, is your PrintServer connected to the router and your computer is attempting to connect to the printserver through the router? If there is no router and your PrintServer is connected to your printer via the USB port and your computer is connected to one of the ports on the PrintServer via a cat5 cable, I would check to see whether you are actually communicating with the PrinterServer by pinging its IP address from the computer. If the ping is successful, then I would look at the printer properties in your computer's printer control panel and check the port configuration. Usually it is shows the IP address, port 9100 and port protocol is usually set to RAW. Otherwise I would attempt to reinstall the PrintServer using the CD originally provided. It appears to me that the server may not be publishing its IP address on your network.
if printing from 2 other computer works fine, will i think its not an issue of IP address which changes somehow. but anyways, try to check if you still have other printer drivers under "PRINTERS" (see control panel). it should say HP Photosmart c6100 series. If you also have there a printer icon that says HP Photosmart c6100 series Copy1, try using it (right click on that icon and choose Set as Default Printer). If you only have HP Photosmart c6100 series under PRINTERS, try to right click, then choose properties. When Properties box is open, click on PORTS tab. then click on configure ports below. Try to type in the IP address of the printer under "Printer Name or Host name or IP address". make sure that you already printed network configuration page to get the exact ip address of the printer, Dont know how to print? do this.
PRINTING NETWORK CONFIGURATION PAGE
1. press setup, then scroll down and look for Network.
2. press okay on network, it will give you the first option "VIew network settings".
3. press okay on it, and it will give you the first option "Print network configuration page."
4. choose that and press okay. it will print the network config page. from this document, you will be able to see the IP address of the printer.
Please let me know if the issue is still not resolve so that i can go ahead and give you another possible solution.