Hi Network engineers, We have a cisco catalyst 4500 switch and we have a network printer attached to it .when i ping the network printer from my lan pc ,i am getting packet drops. So i check the switch interface i was shocked to see there are so many unusal things such as runts ,CRC erros. S

Because print jobs generated at remote sites first have to first travel to the central server for rendering, then back again to the local printer, printing speeds are subject to WAN traffic loads. This frequently results in the local network printer being slow to respond. How to use Ping - Network for Learning How to use Ping. Using the ping command, or 'pinging' is a handy, quick diagnostic tool. It's particularly useful for finding out whether there is a connection problem between your device and an IP address or web address, inside or outside your school's network. Unable to ping or connect to Web Interface - Xerox The printer seems to be working fine, no faults or anything, although I'm unable to ping it or connect to the Web Interface. I already checked the cable that connects the printer's server to the network and it's working just fine, so the problem isn't there. The IP address is 192.168.1.155, but when I ping it, it says that the destination host

Input the printer’s name and password and click OK in order to log into your printer’s network settings. Locate the IP Configuration button or something similar, depending on the printer and try to locate an option named “TCP/IP” or “IP Address Configuration” and make sure you …

Dec 12, 2012 Solved: Network printer issue: Can't print but can ping

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Step#1: IP address of the Printer. To ping the printer, we have to have the IP address of the printer. For that, just right click on the printer icon and open up the properties. The IP address is defined at the bottom in the Troubleshooting information section. Step#2: Send a ping to the printer’s IP address