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Can anyone tell me what is the easy way to setup HP 5si MX which is connected directly to the hub with its on static ip on windows 98 and NT 4.0 workstations.

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Moe

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by mphoffar In reply to Setup TCP/IP Printer

Easiest would be to download HPJetAdmin and just create your TCP/IP ports on the stations with that.

Mark

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by info In reply to Setup TCP/IP Printer

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by braveh4rt In reply to Setup TCP/IP Printer

Just connect the printer to the hub and set it to be insatalled on one of your pc.

then you can share it...
or just set the printer in all of your machine to point to the ip address of your printer

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by gmscne In reply to Setup TCP/IP Printer

You might consider setting up a print server for this printer. That way it will have a print queue to hold and submit print requests to the printer and a print server is easily accessed by your client machines.

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by Jeff Green In reply to Setup TCP/IP Printer

Download Jet Admin from HP... After installing this, use Add Printer wizard to create a a new HP Printer/Jet Admin Port... the Easy setup will find the printer and create the port with minimal steps. After that your installation would be as a normal Printer installation.

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by ReverendZero In reply to Setup TCP/IP Printer

On one of the NT stations, create an LPR port in the printer properties. Then share it from that particular station to all the other computers. Just make sure that you also install alternate drivers on NT for the Win98 stations.

Then in NetworkNeighborhood, find the NT station sharing the driver and double-click it. Within seconds, everything should be done.

This should take five minutes with no DL'ing or money flying out of your wallet.

The Reverend

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