How to print the IP address of the printer

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How to Print the IP Address of the Printer

 
Epson Receipt printers (TM-T70, TM-T88, TM-M30 ethernet, TM-T20)
  1. Power the printer off
  2. Press and hold the feed button
  3. Power the printer on and continue to hold the feed button
  4. After a few seconds a settings sheet will print including the IP address of the printer receipt_settings.JPG
 
Epson U220B Kitchen Printer
  1. Ensure the printer is powered on
  2. Press and hold the ‘reset’ button on the back of the device epsonu220_back.JPG
  3. After about 5 seconds a settings paper will print including the IP address of the printer kitchen_settings.JPG
 
Star Receipt Printers (TSP100 LAN, TSP-650, TSP-700)
  1. Power the printer off
  2. Press and hold the feed button
  3. Power the printer on and continue to hold the feed button
  4. After a few seconds a settings sheet will print including the IP address of the printer (the Star TSP-700 will print two sheets, the IP address is found on the second)
 
Zebra ZD410 Label Printer
  1. Ensure the printer is powered on
  2. Press and hold the feed + cancel buttons at the same time for about 2 seconds zebra.JPG
  3. A settings sheet will print showing the IP address of the printer
  • Note: Older model Zebra LP2824 printers connect to an R212.  The R212 provides the IP address, not the printer itself.
 
 
Note: Bluetooth enabled printers such as the Epson TM-M30 Bluetooth edition or Epson P60 do not have an IP address


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