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How do I set up a panasonic FP-D355 copier up to work on network. Has NIC

By fpahl60 ·
I have a printer but no drivers or manual. Trying to network it. Need help.

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manual from panasonic

by CG IT In reply to How do I set up a panason ...

if it has a network card, it needs an address. manual will tell you how to configure the network card using the pad.

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No manual

by fpahl60 In reply to manual from panasonic

I have looked and can not find a manual for this copier. Wonder if there is one out there that would be shared. At least the section on setting up the NIC. I think I read somewhere that there was a CD to help install.

Thank you for your help.

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The Panasonic Software & Drivers can be found here

by OH Smeg In reply to How do I set up a panason ...

Though they do not list a FP-D355 as a copier

http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/mfp/

And the User Manuals can be found here

http://www.panasonic.com/business/office/support-downloads.asp

Again they do not list a FP-D355 all Panasonic Copiers seem to start with a DP Designation.

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Thank you

by fpahl60 In reply to The Panasonic Software & ...

I did not find my manual but the drivers were very helpful.

Thank you very much.

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Your Welcome EOM

by OH Smeg In reply to Thank you
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fp-d355 on the Network

by johnk98125 In reply to How do I set up a panason ...

In order to give the FP-D355 a network address, one needs to start from the user preset panel.
1) press the User Preset Key, this will get you to a screen that asks for the next step. Choices are GENERAL FUNCTIONS, COPIER FUNCTIONS, etc.
2) Choose GENERAL FUNCTIONS.
3) Cycle to screen 2/2, and then select Key operator mode.
4) Key in the 3 digit key operator ID code. Default is 000. [Hope that works for you.]
5) Cycle to screen 5/9. Select TCP/IP address and modify this field to the desired static IP address of your choice. Also, set the subnet mask and gateway.

That will get you a proper IP address for the FP-D355. My problem is that there doesn't seem to be any updated drivers (i.e. Windows 7, 64 bit) for this old printer. Anyone out there with a generic netwrok printer installation solution?

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