1. On the back of the printer is the interface board where the ethernet cable plugs into. There is a red button/switch. Press this for one to five seconds while the printer is on. The green and red LEDs will flash with a regular pattern. After that happens let go and then push the switch once again in that state to turn OFF both of the red and green LEDs. When those LEDs turn off, this will return the settings of the interface board to their factory default settings. After the interface board has been initialized, the printer will automatically reboot itself.
  2. After the printer is done rebooting itself, turn it off.
  3. Now HOLD the Feed button and while holding it turn the printer on. When the printer starts printing paper, you can release the FEED button.
  4. The second piece of paper will include the new IP address.