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- Setting a Static IP Address on your Dell Laser Printer using the Embedded Web Server (EWS)
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1. Setting a Static IP Address on your Dell Laser Printer using the Embedded Web Server (EWS)
The Embedded Web Server (EWS) is an online Web page which allows you to make changes to your Printer's Operating Panel via the network connection.
Please use the guide below to set a Static IP Address on your Dell Laser Printer (the guide below uses the Dell 5130cn Laser Printer as an example, other printers may vary slightly):
- Print a settings page from your printer to obtain the IP address assigned to it (this may change depending on your system type, please see your User Guide for information on Printing a Printer/System Settings Page).
- The IP Address will be listed under 'Network' sub-heading.
- Enter the Printers IP Address into a Web Browser and Enter.
- The EWS should now be open.
- Click on Print Server Settings.
- Click on the Print Server Settings Tab.
- Click on the TCP/IP Tab.
- In the TCP/IP Settings use the dropdown menu to select IP Address Mode as Manually Set.
- Input the Manual IP Address, the Manual Subnet Mask and the Manual Default Gateway.
Note: In order to find your Subnet Mask and Default Gateway, use the IP Config Command as explained in the article below.
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- Scroll down and click on Apply New Settings.
- The Printer should restart and the settings should now be saved and the Printer should now have the IP Address you have set.
- Print another System Settings Page to ensure the setting has been saved correctly.
If these steps do not correct the problem, please contact Dell Technical Support.
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