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  1. #1
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    KONICA 7255 IP-511 TYPE A

    i need little help with settings of ip-511.
    I,ll set ip and subnet getway port 10.000 and my pc can ping that ip but i cannot print.
    when i go in web utilities everthing is OK. IP ready, Engine info ready to print....

    if you can help me what i must do to print?

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    KONICA 7255 IP-511 TYPE A

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    Re: KONICA 7255 IP-511 TYPE A

    The Ip-511 is bump on the back of the machine it has it's own NIC and it's own network settings. Are you sure you are connected to the network port on the IP-511 and not the main body? Print out the IP-511 config sheet and post it.
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    Re: KONICA 7255 IP-511 TYPE A

    Sounds like a port issue to me. By default the IP511 Nic sets up to port 10001. I normally change the port set up on the nic to print to port 9100. you have to set the port to 9099 though (dont ask me why). you can then print to the standard TCP-IP printer 9100 port.

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    KONICA 7255 IP-511 TYPE A

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    Re: KONICA 7255 IP-511 TYPE A

    This one is a trap for young players.

    What ever the RAW port is for on the machine, add 1 to that number and you get the actual port number you should be using for printing.

    IE. If that machine is setup for port 9099, adding one to this gets you port 9100.

    In your case of using the standard port 10000, adding one to this gets you 10001.

    Sounds stupid, but this is the way that the old school NetSilicon network cards were setup. It fixed in a later series of NIC's, but confusing as hell the first time run accross one of these older types.
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