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Sign on as admin to change IP address of Oce Plot Wave 360 printer

Posted on 2016-07-22
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I have remotely connected to an Oce Plot Wave 360 printer using a web browser and it's IP address and need to examine and change the TCP IP address assigned to this printer and its scanning properties.

The problem is that I don't see anywhere where I can logon as an administrator to make these changes.

Where do I go while logged onto the printer through a web browser using its IP address to logon as administrator to make these changes?

Or do I need to use a different IP address such as the IP address/admin?
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by:Eric C
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As a security measure, you may need to set MAC address filter.

In Express WebTools:
- Configuration
- Connectivity tab
- Identification
- Click 'Edit'
- Log in as the system admin
- Define the hostname (if not already done)
- Click OK
- When prompted to restart, click 'Restart Later'
- Click OK
- Go to 'Network Adapter' section
- Click 'Edit'
- Log in as the system admin

Here you can configure TCP/IP

Click 'OK' then restart.
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by:Niabingi
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can you send a screen shot?
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by:Knowledgeable
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I am actually located in a different state than where this Oce printer is.

Is there any way of being able to logon to the printer using a web browser from a computer on the same LAN to make these changes or do i first need someone to go to the printer's console to make some of these changes such as adding a Mac address of a computer that will be authorized to make these changes?
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by:Niabingi
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looks like Eric C pointed you to the correct steps, are the edit options grayed out.
you should be able to click edit and make the changes you need
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by:Eric C
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If you are not able to edit the TCP/IP configuration via the Web browser then it sounds like the MAC filter was not configured for you to do remote admin. Having someone on-site to do it via the control panel on the machine is your only option in this case.
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