ZebraNet Wired Print Server - Installing, Configuring and Troubleshooting on a Wired Ethernet Network
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This procedure describes installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the ZebraNet Print Server installed in a Zebra Printer on a wired network.
The ZebraNet Print Server can be purchased as an option or an accessory for the Zebra Printer to allow wired network connectivity. Before you can communicate with the printer on the network, the ZebraNet Print Server's TCP/IP settings need to be configured. The default of the ZebraNet Print Server is to receive the settings from a DHCP Server. If you need to assign the TCP/IP setting manually you can use ZebraNet Bridge or the Zebra Setup Utility.
If you have configured your printer's network setting and still can't print from your network application try the following
If you are able to get the printer to respond then you can be assured the printer is on the network.
If the data LED is flashing (if your printer has a front panel data light) but nothing prints from your application, see Solution 7939 Read More>>.
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