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Telnet to change IP of printer

Postby Steve » Thu, 30 Oct 2003 08:26:50 GMT

How do you telnet to change the IP address of a printer?

Telnet to change IP of printer

Postby BrianH » Fri, 31 Oct 2003 05:17:52 GMT

1. Open a command window (Start | Run | CMD |Ok)

2. Type TELNET current.printer.ip.address

3. Some printers may require you to press the enter key 
twice quickly to respond.

Here's an HP example, LexMark printers are similar.

C:\WINNT> telnet aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd

HP JetDirect

Please type "?" for HELP, or "/" for current settings

echoed.)
        To Change/Configure Parameters Enter:
        Parameter-name: value <Carriage Return>

        Parameter-name  Type of value
        ip:             IP-address in dotted notation
        subnet-mask:    address in dotted notation (enter 
0 for default)
        default-gw:     address in dotted notation (enter 
0 for default)
        syslog-svr:     address in dotted notation (enter 
0 for default)
        idle-timeout:   seconds in integers
        set-cmnty-name: alpha-numeric string (32 chars max)
        host-name:      alpha-numeric string (upper case 
only, 32 chars max)
        dhcp-config:    0 to disable, 1 to enable
        allow:          <ip> [mask] (0 to clear, list to 
display, 10 max)

        addrawport:     <TCP port num> (<TCP port num> 
3000-9000)
        deleterawport:  <TCP port num>
        listrawport:    (No parameter required)

        addstring:      <name> <contents>
                        contents - For non-printable 
characters use
                           \xx for two digit hex number
        deletestring:   <name>
        liststring:     (No parameter required)
        addq:           <name> [prepend] [append] 
[processing]
                        prepend     - The prepend string 
name
                        append      - The append string 
name
                        Use NULL for no string
                        processing  - RAW, TEXT, or AUTO
        deleteq:        <name>
        listq:          (No parameter required)
        defaultq:       <name>

        ipx/spx:        0 to disable, 1 to enable
        dlc/llc:        0 to disable, 1 to enable
        ethertalk:      0 to disable, 1 to enable
        banner:         0 to disable, 1 to enable

        Type passwd to change the password.

 Type "?" for HELP, "/" for current settings or "quit" to 
save-and-exit.
 Or type "exit" to exit without saving configuration 
parameter entries
Good Luck!


Telnet to change IP of printer

Postby james.grooms-2@ksc.nasa.gov » Thu, 20 Nov 2003 23:47:07 GMT

At the command prompt type: telnet XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX 
(the X's indicate the current IP of the printer)
Once in the telnet mode type in ip:NNN.NNN.NNN.NNN
(the N's indicate the printer's new IP address)

Make sure your subnet mask and gateway are correct.  At 
the end of the session type in "quit" this will save your 
changes.

Jim

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