How do I manually assign an IP address to my Star Micronics Ethernet Printer using the Windows Command Prompt?

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The PDF linked below details how to manually assign an IP address to a Star Micronics Ethernet Printer in Windows XP.

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Need to print something far away without sacrificing speed or security? Star Micronics Ethernet POS Printers are the way to go! We have a large array of reliable models that support LAN printing and since no two network architectures are the same, Star provides different ways to assign IP addresses. If the Configuration Utility included on the Install CD shipped with most of our printers isn’t an option for you, follow the attached instructions to set the address manually.

 

Supported Models: TSP100LAN, TSP650, FVP10, TSP700II, TSP800II, TSP1000, HSP7000, SP700, SP500, TUP500

Supported Environments for this Method: Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000

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