Samsung CLP-310 Printer User Manual

22 _Getting started
DHCP IP assignment: Connect your machine to the network, and wait
a few minutes for the DHCP server to assign an IP address to the
machine. Then, print the Network Configuration Report as explained
above. If the report shows that the IP address has changed, the
assignment was successful. You will see the new IP address on the
Static IP assignment: Use SetIP program to change the IP address
from your computer.
In an office environment, we recommend that you contact a network
administrator to set this address for you.
IP setting using the SetIP program
The following procedure is based on Windows XP.
This program is for manually setting the network IP address of your
machine using its MAC address to communicate with the machine. MAC
address is a hardware serial number of the network interface and can be
found in the Network Configuration Report.
Installing the program
1. Insert the Printer Software CD-ROM provided with your machine.
When the driver CD runs automatically, close that window.
2. Start a web browser such as Internet Explorer and open the X drive.
(X represents your CD-ROM drive.)
3. Double-click Application > SetIP.
4. Double-click Setup.exe to install this program.
5. Click OK. If necessary, select a language from the drop-down list.
6. Follow the instructions in the window and complete the installation.
Starting the program
1. Connect your machine and the computer using crossover network
2. Temporarily disable the computer firewall before continuing by doing
the following:
3. From the Windows Start menu, select All Programs > Samsung
Network Printer Utilities > SetIP > SetIP.
4. Click on the icon (third from left) in the SetIP window to open the
TCP/IP configuration window.
5. Enter the machine’s new information into the configuration window
as follows:
MAC Address : Find the machine’s MAC address from the Network
Configuration Report and enter it without the colons.
For example, 00:15:99:29:51:A8 becomes 0015992951A8.
IP Address: Enter a new IP address for your printer the same as the
computer’s IP address except for the last number.
For example, if your computer’s IP address is, enter
192.168.1.X. (X is number between 1 and 254 other than the
computer’s address.)
Subnet Mask: Enter this exactly the same as the computer’s Subnet
Default Gateway: Enter this exactly the same as the computer’s
Default Gateway.
6. Click Apply, and then click OK. The machine will automatically print
the Configuration report. Confirm that all the settings are correct.
7. Click Exit to close the SetIP program.
8. If necessary, restart the computer’s firewall.
Network parameter setting
You can also set up the various network settings through the network
administration programs.
SyncThru™ Web Admin Service: Web-based printer management
solution for network administrators. SyncThru™ Web Admin Service
provides you with an efficient way of managing network devices and lets
you remotely monitor and troubleshoot network machines from any site
with corporate internet access. Download this program from http://
SyncThru™ Web Service: Web server embedded on your network print
server, which allows you to: (A) Configure the network parameters
necessary for the machine to connect to various network environments.
(B) Customize machine settings.
You only need to run this program if your network requires a
static IP address. Otherwise, you may proceed to the
Configuring the machine’s wireless network part of this
document. If you are unsure of this requirement ask the system
administrator or the person who has set up your local network.
You can only use the SetIP program when your machine is
connected to a network or directly connected to a PC with the
crossover network cable included with your machine. In most
cases we recommend using the crossover cable. You will be
asked to connect this cable in a moment.
Windows XP
Open Control Panel.
Double click Security
•Click Windows Firewall.
Disable the firewall.
Macintosh OS
Open System
•Click Sharing.
Click the Firewall menu.
Turn firewall off.
MAC address is a hardware serial number of the machine’s
network interface and can be found in on the Network
Configuration Report.