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HP Officejet Pro K8600 and K8600dn Color Printers - Printing and Interpreting a Network Configuration Page

Introduction

The network configuration page shows the network settings for the device. This document provides instructions to print and interpret the network configuration page.

Printing and interpreting a network configuration page

Print the network configuration page by pressing the Cancel button () on the control panel for 3 seconds.
Figure : Network configuration page
Use the following table for information on interpreting the network configuration page.
Number
Name
Description
1
General Information
Includes information on the connection status and type of the network, in addition to the URL of the embedded Web server and the hardware address of the device.
Network Status: This setting can be Ready or Offline. Offline status indicates that the DNS server is either assigning or negotiating the IP, or Auto IP or the network are unavailable.
2
802.3 Wired
Includes information about the wired network and the device configuration, such as IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, server, and service name.
The section also contains a Configured By field. The field includes 'AutoIP', if the device is connected to a peer-to-peer network. If a DHCP server assigns the IP address or configures the device, the filed includes 'DHCP'.
3
Network Status
This shows whether LPD, mDNS, SLP, SNMP, and WINS are enabled or disabled.
  • Line Printer Daemon (LPD): It refers to the protocol and programs associated with line-printer spooling services that may be installed on various TCP/IP systems.
  • Multicast Domain Name System (mDNS): It is typically used on small networks for IP address and name resolution (through UDP port 5353), where a conventional DNS server is not used.
  • Service Location Protocol (SLP): It is an Internet standard network protocol that provides a framework to allow networking applications to discover the existence, location, and configuration of networked services in enterprise networks.
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP): Used by network management applications for device management. The device supports SNMPv1 protocol on IP networks.
  • The Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS): Provides the IP address in addition to name resolution services for networked computers or other devices.

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