How to Find the IP Address of a Network Printer
Using Command Prompt
- Follow the steps to find the IP address of the printer by using a command prompt
- Press the Windows key, type cmd, and then press Enter.
Or press windows + R key type cmd Click Open.
- In the command prompt window that appears, type netstat -r and press Enter.
- A list of printers and other devices connected to your computer will appear.
Using Configuration on board
- On the printer, press the Menu button or Settings.
- Use the appropriate buttons to navigate to the Network or Network Configuration option and press Enter.
- Use the arrows to navigate between available network options and select a named option
- TCP / IP, IP address, network status, or Wi-Fi status are similar to IP address configuration.
- The IP address of the printer should appear in this section