printing from a laptop to a printer

By tskj ·
trying to troubleshoot a networked printer by printing directly to the RJ45 jack on the printer from my laptop with a crossover cable , what settings do i need to change on my laptop if the printer allready has a staic IP programmed into it ? I have the correct driver loaded for the printer allready.

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You need to include the printers

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to printing from a laptop to ...

IP Address and change the connection from whatever it is the Ethernet or Network Printer.


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Conform your TCP/IP

by daguerro In reply to printing from a laptop to ...

The IP address must conform to the IP address of the copier/printer. Make your laptop 1 digit off for the last octet of your IP address but the all of the other octets the same. If the copier is make your laptop As well you must input the subnet mask, and the gateway will not make a difference in this case. You can manually change your IP address by going to your 'local area connection' in you 'network connections'> then right click > choose properties > then scroll down to TCP/IP > then configure > then change 'automatically obtain ip address' to 'specify address'. This is where you'll put in the IP address and the subnet mask, don't worry about any other settings. And be sure to set them back after your done testing. Good luck.

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Just add that printer

by sridhar_reddapani In reply to printing from a laptop to ...

yes,follow add printer wizard. choose network printer and give the IP address of the printer.
Thats it u can print...

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