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    1. PaulinMyrBch
      PaulinMyrBch
      Thanks, it really just goes haywire when my son has his Mac home. I'm going to mess with it once I have a few hours where my incompetence won't shut the office down. haha.

      Thanks again.
    2. PaulinMyrBch
      PaulinMyrBch
      Am I better off making the bizhub a wired ethernet connection from the router and letting something else go wireless? I've got all the wired ports full, but I think I can switch something out. Would I have to go through the same static setup if I just go wired?

      Thanks
      1. HriniakPosterChild
        HriniakPosterChild
        Sorry, I didn't see your question before now. Wired / wireless won't affect the fact that the DHCP server can assign different IP addresses when a lease expires. The new IP address is what can confuse the other devices on the network. For my own printers, I always make a wired connection for other reasons (reliability and throughput), but that is only one piece of the puzzle.
        Apr 6, 2016
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