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Setting a static IP address to an Epson printer

Setting a static IP address to an Epson printer will keep the printer from disconnecting from the LineSkip POS when the router resets.

Before you begin

Be sure you know the correct network range for your router. This information can be found in the routers configuration interface. The default configuration should also be given in the routers documentation.

The following Epson printer models are configured using a web browser interface:

  • TM-T20ii
  • TM-U220B
  • TM-T88V-i
  • TM-L90
  • TM-M30
  • TM-M20

NOTICE: Improper network settings will cause the printer to be undiscoverable by the LineSkip POS.

  1. Obtain the current IP address of the printer. This information will print out 15 to 20 seconds after turning the printer on.
  2. Connect to the printer using the correct interface: via an iPad or computer on the same network. Open a browser and enter the IP address along with ‘/webconfig’ in the URL bar. For example, if the IP address that prints out is 192.168.0.149 you would enter: http://192.168.0.149/webconfig
  3. Login using the username: epson and password: epson.
  4. From the left, click TCP/IP and set Get IP Address to Manual.
  5. Enter the printer’s IP in the IP Address field and click Submit at the bottom of the page.
  6. Click Reset on the next screen

Note: Once the configuration has been updated, you will need to reconnect the printer in the LineSkip POS settings.

Updated on March 22, 2019

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