Using the ZebraNet Print Server Web Page to configure a Permanent IP Address

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Description

Setting the IP Address to Permanent

Applies To

Zebra Printers with the ZebraNet Print Server 

Requirements

Windows browser and a network connected printer
Note: On some older printers bi-directional must be enabled. This would be a selection in the LCD Display under Parallel Port.

Overview

The ZebraNet Print Server supports http communications and will display a web page when accessing the printer's IP Address. From this web page the printer configurations can be set. 

Procedure

Assigning a static IP Address using the printers’ web page.

1. Launch Internet Explorer or Google Chrome and type in the IP address of the printer. The printer's home page should be displayed.

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2. Click on View and Modify Printer Settings.

3. Enter password – 1234 (default)

4. Click on Submit Changes

 

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5. Click on Access granted link.

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6. Click on Network Configuration

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7. Click on TCP/IP Settings

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8. Verify IP Address. Change IP PROTOCOL to PERMANENT

9. Click on Submit Changes

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10. Click on View and Modify Printer Settings

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11. Click on Save Current Configuration

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12. Should see Current configuration saved.

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13. Click on Home / View and Modify Printer Settings / Network Configuration / TCP/IP - Verify settings.

Helpful Information 

If the printer has an LCD Display it can be used to configure and save the printer IP Address to Permanent. In addition to the methods described above you can use one of the following utilities or driver to perform printer setup and configuration.

Application or Utility Comment
Zebra Setup Utility Read More>> This is a free Windows based utility that features a printer setup wizard for simple printer or network setup. 
ZebraNet Bridge Read More>>  This is an enterprise application for network printer management but is free to use for configuring a network connected printer
ZebraDesigner Driver Read More>>                                              If you are using the ZebraDesigner Driver there is a Printing Preferences section that allows you to configure your printer.