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D1350 Set IP address problem

How to turn off "Auto Obtain"?  I want to assign a static IP and can't figure out how to do it.

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Re: D1350 Set IP address problem

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Hi Jbriley3,

 

The steps below walk you through manually assigning an IPv4 Address and checking it afterward.  If you have any difficulty or you're trying to set an IPv6 address, please contact us here for further assistance. 


Setting IPv4 Address


Note:  Before changing settings

-  Make sure the machine is turned ON and connected to a network.


1. Press [Menu].


2. Select <Network Settings> using [ ^ ] or [ v ], and then press [OK].


When the system manager ID and system manager PIN are specified:

-  Use the numeric keys to enter the ID and number, and then press [Log In/Out].
 
3. Select <TCP/IP Settings> using [ ^ ] or [ v ], and then press [OK].
 
4. Select <IPv4 Settings> using [ ^ ] or [ v ], and then press [OK].
 
5. Select <IP Address Settings> using [ ^ ] or [ v ], and then press [OK].


6. Select the method of <Manual Obtain> to set the IP address using [ ^ ] or [ v ].


7. Change the IP address settings.


Note:  <Manual Obtain>

-  Manually assign an IP address for the machine.

-  This setting can be specified only when <Select Protocol> and <Auto IP> in <Auto Obtain> are set to <Off>.


7-B-1. Enter the IP address.

After it has been entered, press [OK].

 
7-B-2. Enter the subnet mask.

After it has been entered, press [OK].

 
7-B-3. Enter the gateway address.

After it has been entered, press [OK].


8. Press [Menu] to close the menu screen.


9. Restart the machine.


Note:

-  Turn OFF the machine and wait for at least 10 seconds before turning it back ON.


Checking IPv4 Address Settings:


1. Press [Status Monitor/Cancel].


2. Select <Network Information> using [ ^ ] or [ v ], and then press [OK].


3. Select <IPv4> using [ ^ ] or [ v ], and then press [OK].


4. Select the setting to check using [ ^ ] or [ v ], and then press [OK].
 
5. Check the information.


6. Press [Status Monitor/Cancel] to close the screen.

 

 

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