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Kyocera FS600 on NT Network

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A recently purchased Kyocera FS600 with external ethernet interface (HB-4EX) - what is the process of giving the printer an IP address and setting up NT so Windows 95 clients can print? (The manual is no help and the Kyocera helpline is constantly busy!)
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Hard to say, I don't know the product. But normally you should use the install/setup program delivered with the printer('s ethernet interface) to set it up correctly. I guess the manual would be the place to be...
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Cheesy,
    Point your browser to http://www.kyocera.co.uk/kyomain.htm.
I would suggest enabling the DLC protocol (instead of TCP/IP),
on the Ethernet interface interface, it's easier to set up. Also,
Kyocera's website has a printer driver download section, which says that your printer will emulate HP 5Si. So, you may be able to use the HP 5Si drivers (from www.hp.com).
 
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