Server-based, AutoIP, and manual TCP/IP configuration
When in a factory-default state and powered on, the printer will first try to obtain its TCP/IP configuration using a server-based method, such as BOOTP or DHCP. If the server-based method fails, the printer will then be configured using the AutoIP protocol. The printer may also be configured manually. Manual-based tools include a Web browser, the printer control panel, or the HP ToolboxFX utility. TCP/IP configuration values assigned manually will be retained when the printer is powered off/on. The printer can also be reconfigured to use either server-based only (BOOTP and/or DHCP), and/or AutoIP only, or manual configuration of TCP/IP settings at any time.