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Is there any way to access the printers web interface through usb and not ip?

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I have one printer that is not connected to the printer server anymore and i want to be able to access the printers web interface through usb if it's possible.
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No but you can configure most of the networking settings through the LCD display and soft buttons.
You can alter print settings via USB

User Guide download here:
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/prn1815/en/ug/ug_en.zip
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