An IP address is a unique number that consists of four sections that are delimited by a period and can include up to three digits in each section, for example, 184.108.40.206.
Assigning an IP address already in use can cause network performance issues.
For more information on using your operator panel, see "Operator Panel".
The cursor moves to the next digit.
The IP address is assigned to your multifunction printer. To verify the setting, open the web browser on any computer connected to the network and enter the IP address into the address bar on the browser. If the IP address is set up correctly, the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool displays in your browser.
You can also assign the IP address to the multifunction printer when installing the printer drivers with installer. When you use the Network Installation feature, and the Get IP Address is set to AutoIP on the operator panel menu, you can set the IP address from 0.0.0.0 to the desired IP address on the printer selection window.
Ping the multifunction printer and verify that it responds. For example, at a command prompt on a network computer, type ping followed by the new printer IP address (for example, 192.168.0.11):
If the multifunction printer is active on the network, you will receive a reply.
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