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IP ADDRESS CHANGE WHEN PRINTER RESTART ON HP LASERJET 1320 HOW CAN I FIX IT

Posted on 2016-08-24
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    I have a hp laser jet  1320n  printer on networking.
When i restart my printer then it's ip address will change every time.
So some body can help me to fix this problem?
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Question by:MUHAMMAD DAWOOD
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Is this printer obtaining IP from DHCP server? or a static IP is configured? If a static IP is configured and it still forgets it then It could be a ROM issue with this printer.

and if it is taking ip from dhcp then you must configure it statically.
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I configure all printers with Static IP addresses or with DHCP reservations to ensure the IP address of the printer does not change. Works fine in all cases.
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When setting the printer up with a static IP please be careful to set that IP outside the range of the normal DHCP scope. If not, then configure your DHCP server to reserve that IP for the printer.

If settings configured on the front of the printer don't stick, sometimes using telnet to change the settings is more effective.

Here are the instructions, which should work on most HP networked printers (I have used these commands on a 1320 before):
http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-bpj02738

As this tutorial points out, if you manually set the IP, you must also change the other TCP/IP settings such as default gateway & subnet mask:
http://www.techrepublic.com/article/quickly-configure-a-network-hp-printer/
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