Panasonic KX-MB2010 (A4) Multifunction Mono Laser Printer (Print/Copy/Scan/Network) Base Model 24ppm (M) 250 Sheets ADF
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First you must setup a static IP. To do this I logged into my router, accessed the LAN page and clicked the printer. I then had the option to select 'always use this IP'. Next I entered the IP of the printer into my web browser to access the setup page. Click Network configuration and enter the default login details below, then select LAN Feature and disable DHCP and Auto IP. In the IP Address box make sure the IP address you setup in the router is entered, click Submit. You should now be set to static IP.
The default online login details were hard to find!
To add an exception in the Windows 7 firewall to allow scan over network feature you must:
Open the Start menu
Type 'Windows firewall with advanced security' into the search box
When the result is displayed click on it
In the left pane click Inbound rules
On the right pane click New Rule
Select Custom and click next
Select All Programs and click next
Leave the next box with 'Any' selected, click next
Under 'which remote IP addresses does this rule apply to' tick the 'These IP addresses option' and click Add, in the top box enter the IP address you have set up for the device and click OK then click Next
Select 'Allow the connection' and click next
Here I would advise unchecking the public box but this is up to you, click next
Enter some meaningful details.
You should now have a working scan over network feature! I hope this guide helped some people, it took a little while to work out.Read more ›
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I had to sell this on to my dad as I couldn't get it to connect to my Mac. Maybe it's because it does so much but I found it confusing. Read morePublished on 11 Oct. 2011 by C. Ring