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My client moved an HP M4345 MFP from the plant to a service center, the service center does not really have a network access other than the internet modem.
We are trying to setup the scan on the printer, however, the IP address is still the one from the plant
I have searched the HP site but cannot find out how we can reset the IP address
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Jeannie
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i suppose it worked out fine then?
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