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I changed networks and can no longer print. Is there a way to change the IP for the printer?

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In the menu of the printer there usually is a TCP IP Printer setting where you can change the IP address.

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Hello.

Absolutely. You have to browse the menu for network options and set it to DHCP. Then you have to print from menu the settings page for you to know the new IP. If the printer cannot get an IP, then checks for cable connection (I take is ethernet). If the connections are good then you have o enter mannualy all it can do from the printer menu. If this can't help you, post the model of the printer and help you further.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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Go to user tools counter. Go to settings. Go to interface. You should see the IP address settings window. Some Ricohs have auto DHCP. Usually I turn that on to get it to recognize your router. Make sure your gateway address is inserted as well.

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Originally, I also had this problem (with C200n, but it is probably similar). If I recall correctly, I solved it as follows:

1. Open the OKI LPR UTILITY from the machine you are trying to print from.
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2. Choose Option > Setup
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Today I wanted a static IP for my OKI C3200n because sometimes there would be conflict between the IP for my printer and another machine in the house with a static IP.

What I did was the following.

1. In the printer menu locate the NETWORK MENU
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2. Go to the IP ADDRESS SET option, change from AUTO to MANUAL
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3. Go to the IP ADDRESS OPTION, change to the desired ip address. In my case it was at 10.0.0.5, but I wanted 10.0.0.6 for the printer, so I changed it to that. Typically this is either 10.0.x.x or 192.168.x.x

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4. Press the online button. The printer will reset the network connection (it took approx 1 minute)
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5. This should be enough. You can try to ping the printer at the new IP, or navigate to the new IP in your browser:
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