zonet zps3611

We have an old printer with a parallel to Ethernet converter. zonet zps3611.  I need to update teh IP on the converter but dont know credentials. I can find no documentation or google results.  Anyone ever used this?
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Leigh KalbliAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The IP address is in the converter. If it is that old, you have no documentation, and cannot log in, replace the Print Server. They are not expensive. Make sure you keep the documentation and setup.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Also make sure the printer is worth saving - most are not because of the vastly newer technology including printers with network cards.

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hdhondtCommented:
If you know the old IP address, try typing it into your browser. If the PC is on a different, unreachable, subnet, you may need to temporarily change its settings as well.

If you don't know the IP address the only thing that will fix it is a factory reset. I did some searches but have not been able to come up with anything. If there is a little pinhole on the printserver, try pushing a pin into that while it is powered up. After a factory reset, the device should get a DHCP address on your current subnet.
Leigh KalbliAuthor Commented:
Basically it wasnt worth the time to get a new adapter. the printer was old and was due for a change out.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Yes, no surprise and that is what I suggested earlier.
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