General discussion

Locked

Jet Direct

By s.d.morley ·
I have a printer with a Jet Direct Card in. By mistake I have given it an IP address already in use. Nowit won't run ARP, and won't let me change the IP address.
Does anybody know a work around?
Is there any way of forcing it to dump it's IP??

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

6 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  
| Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Comments

Collapse -

Jet Direct

by fidgetgames In reply to Jet Direct

I have found on a few hp printers, by accident, resetting factory defaults on the printer will reset the ip config of the card. If the printer has a display go into the mio section and manually change it there.

Collapse -

Jet Direct

by s.d.morley In reply to Jet Direct

Poster rated this answer

Collapse -

Jet Direct

by EZmoney In reply to Jet Direct

S.D. if you have another jetdirect try this:
read all before beginning!!!!!!


To access the print server via telnet:
1. Goto Dos command prompt.
2. Telnet to the server’s IP address, followed by 2048. At the pound sign, type ACCESS. If no pound sign appears, press ENTER.
3. At the LOCAL> prompt, type SU (superuser), and at the PASSWORD> prompt, first type control+H, then the word SYSTEM. You will have a LOCAL> prompt again.
4. To add or change the IP address, type:
a. DEFINE SERVER IP 170.219.52.XXX.
b. To check the IP address, type SHOW CONFIG.
5. To change the subnet mask IP address, type:
a. DEFINE SERVER SUBNET 255.255.255.0.
b. To check existing address, type LIST SERVER TCP.
6. To set the gateway address, type:
a. DEFINE NODE IP 170.219.52.1 GATEWAY DEFAULT.
b. To check existing node, type LIST NODE.
7. To delete all protocols except TCP/IP, type:
a. DEFINE SERVER AUTHORIZE PROTOCOL TCP.
8. After all changes have been made, type SYNC, and when the prompt returns to LOCAL>, type LOG to log off.
9. To ensure changes have been made, ping the address from outside your gateway.

To access a server through another server:
1. Telnet to an existing NetJet card and log on as above.
2. After entering the password and the LOCAL> prompt appears, type:
C RCF ADDR 00-00-C9-03-44-A3(mac address of server you want to change) and enter.
3. At the # type ACCESS and press enter. Enter SU at the logon id> prompt.
4. Enter SU again at the LOCAL> prompt, and at the PASSWORD> prompt, press control + H and enter SYSTEM.
5. Proceed with step 3 above.

Collapse -

Jet Direct

by s.d.morley In reply to Jet Direct

Poster rated this answer

Collapse -

Jet Direct

by s.d.morley In reply to Jet Direct

This question was closed by the author

Collapse -

Jet Direct

by Soekratis In reply to Jet Direct

1)Shut down the other unit with the same IP address.
2)telnet to the new JetDirect card that you have mistakenly assigned the IP address and you should be able to re-assign /change the IP address.

Back to Windows Forum
6 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  

Related Discussions

Related Forums