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HP Jetdirect Print Servers - Resetting a HP Jetdirect Print Server to Factory Defaults (Cold Reset) and Printing a Configuration Page In this document: Restoring an HP Jetdirect print server to factory defaults Printing a Configuration page Introduction Restoring an HP Jetdirect print server to factory defaults (known as a cold reset) will erase all previous configurations and may require network administrative knowledge, permissions, and access to reconfigure it. A cold reset also allows the
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    HP Jetdirect Print Servers - Resetting a HPJetdirect Print Server to Factory Defaults(Cold Reset) and Printing a ConfigurationPage   In this document:   Introduction   Restoring an HP Jetdirect print server to factory defaults (known as a cold reset) willerase all previous configurations and may require network administrative knowledge,permissions, and access to reconfigure it. A cold reset also allows the HP Jetdirect tobroadcast DHCP and BootP packets, which will allow it to be configured by a DHCP orBootP server.   Printing the Configuration page will provide useful information, including the currentTransmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) address, any InternetworkPacket Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange (IPX/SPX) or Novell configurationinformation, a network statistics section showing the amount and types of packets the HPJetdirect is sending and receiving, and either ready or error messages that indicatenetwork communication status.   Restoring an HP Jetdirect print server to factory defaults   The factory defaults of a Jetdirect print server typically include an IP address of192.0.0.192 or 169.254.xxx.xxx. The TCP/IP status on the Configuration page should be Ready  , and IPX/SPX status should be Not Configured  , though some Jetdirects may be Ready  . Resetting the print server is useful in the following conditions:   l The HP Jetdirect needs to be reconfigured from a previous network configurationor from an inadvertently incorrect configuration. l The HP Jetdirect is in an error state that cannot be resolved by any other means. l To clear passwords, old IP addresses, or old NetWare configurations. l To help discover the HP Jetdirect with HP software such as the Install NetworkRestoring an HP Jetdirect print server to factory defaults Printing a Configuration page   Printer Wizard. General steps   ¡ Most HP printers with internal  HP Jetdirect print servers can be reset tofactory defaults (or cold-reset) by turning the printer off and holding downthe ONLINE or GO buttons while turning the printer back on. The printercontrol panel display should read Cold Reset or Restoring FactorySettings . If the printer has no display, the indicator lights will cycle. ¡ Many HP Designjet plotters cannot cold reset an HP Jetdirect. However, ifanother printer is available, the HP Jetdirect can be put into any of the HPLaserJet 4 family of printers to be reset. Also, HP Jetadmin can be used toreset the IPX/SPX settings or Telnet can be used to reset the TCP/IPsettings. The HP Designjet 1050c, 1055cm, 500, and 800 series printershave a reset option in the menus of the control panel. See the table below. ¡ To cold reset an HP Jetdirect external  print server, unplug the power cordfrom the HP Jetdirect print server, then hold down the TEST button (on topof or in back of the HP Jetdirect) for five to 30 seconds while plugging in thepower cord. If necessary,click here to download manuals for currentexternal print serversor refer to the manual that came with the print server. ¡ If the HP Jetdirect print server is installed in an HP LaserJet II, IID, III, or IIIDseries printer, turn off the printer, then turn it on while pressing the STATUSbutton on the HP Jetdirect print server for five to 30 seconds. This will resetthe Locally Administered Address on Token Ring XIO cards. NOTE: The HP LaserJet IIISi cannot cold reset a C2059 series HPJetdirect. The HP Jetdirect must be reset in an HP LaserJet 4 familyprinter.  Specific steps   The following is a list of printers and how to reset the HP Jetdirect internal  printserver to factory defaults, a process known as a cold reset. (See the General stepsabove for external  print servers.)   PrinterCold resetControl PanelMessage HP ColorLaserJet4500, 8550,and 8500seriesHold down GO while turning on the printer. Cold Reset  HP ColorLaserJet 4600series, HPColorLaserJet 5500seriesTurn the printer on and allow the printer to startthe power-on sequence, then press and hold thegreen checkmark key until all three lights on thecontrol panel are lit. When Select Language appears on the display, press the Up Arrow keyuntil Cold Reset appears on the display. Press SELECT and the printer will perform a cold resetand continue its power-on sequence.HP ColorLaserJet 5seriesHold down ONLINE while turning on the printer. 08 Cold Reset  HP ColorLaserJetHold down ONLINE while turning on the printer. 08 Cold Reset    HP LaserJet9000, 4100,4200, and4300 seriesTurn off the printer. Press and hold the green SELECT key while turning the printer on. Whenall three status lights on the control panel light up(sequencing through the lights), release thegreen SELECT key. After Select Language appears on the front control panel, press theDown Arrow to Cold Reset. Press the green SELECT key. Cold Reset  HP LaserJet9000mfp,4100mfpHold down the 6 key while powering on theprinter. After all the LEDs come on, release the 6  key. Caution: The LEDs will flash initially. Do notrelease the 6 key until all LEDs are solidly lit on.Press and release the 9 key one time. ColdReset is then displayed. Press and release the6 key one time. Cold Reset  HP LaserJet8000, 5000,4050, 4000,and 5 seriesHold down GO while turning on the printer. Cold Reset  HP LaserJet2200, 2200dn,and 2200dtnHold down the GO button. Turn the printer on andcontinue to hold the GO button for five to tenseconds. Release the GO button after theAttention light turns on. ( If the button is held down for 20 seconds or more after the LEDs come on, it may reset the page count and remove the serial number. )N/AHP LaserJet2300Turn off the printer. Turn it on and hold the greencheckmark button until all three lights are on.When the lights are on, stop pressing thecheckmark. When Select Language appears,press the Up Arrow button to select ColdReset and press the green checkmark buttonagain.Cold Reset Printer   Cold resetControl Panelmessage HP LaserJet2100, 2100n,and 2100tnPrinters with firmware v 19991018 or higher cancold reset the HP Jetdirect using this method:Hold down the small JOB CANCEL button. Turnthe printer on; continue to hold the JOB CANCEL  button for seven to ten seconds, then release. Do not hold the JOB CANCEL button longer than 10 seconds. Printers with older firmware can coldreset the HP Jetdirect; however, the page count and serial number on the printer’s Configuration page will be lost  (the serial number is, however,also printed on the back of the HP LaserJet 2100printer). This procedure is for reference onlyand should be avoided if possible. Print aConfiguration page. This will ensure that ahardcopy of the current page count and theelectronic serial number is available. Turn off theHP LaserJet 2100 printer. After the power is off,press and hold JOB CANCEL . Turn the power on,and continue to hold JOB CANCEL until all of theLEDs come on or for five to 20 or more secondsafter all of the LEDs come on.N/AHP LaserJet5Si and 5SiMXHold down ONLINE while turning on the printer. Resetting toFactory Defaults  HP LaserJet  4Si, IIISi, 4V,4 Plus, andLaserJet 4seriesHold down ONLINE while turning on the printer. 08 Cold Reset  HP LaserJetIII and IIseriesHold down the STATUS button on the card whileturning on the printer - hold the button for at least40 seconds.None Printer   Cold resetControl Panelmessage HP 2500c,2500cm,2500cxi, and2500cseProfessionalseries (Inkjet)While holding down the GO button, turn on theprinter. Initializing  When the printer isdone initializing, Print Head NotAligned will appearon the front panel.Realign the print headthrough theDiagnostics menu.HP 2200,2250, and2600Professionalseries (Inkjet)Press and hold ITEM and RESUME together whileturning on the printer (pressing POWER).N/AHP Deskjet1700, 1700d,and 1700psprintersRemove the print server from the printer.Remove the power plug for three seconds andthen reinsert it. Press and hold down the TESTbutton on the print server. While holding downthe TEST button, insert the print server back intothe printer. Continue holding the TEST button fora few seconds. Release the button.N/AHP Deskjet1600c and cmprintersHold down the BLUE button on the front panel forfive seconds while turning on the printer.N/AHP Deskjet1200c and psprinterHold down SHIFT while turning on the printer. N/AHP Deskjet1160 seriesRemove the print server from the printer.Remove the power plug for three seconds andthen reinsert it. Press and hold down the TESTbutton on the print server. While holding downthe TEST button, insert the print server back intothe printer. Continue holding the TEST button fora few seconds. Release the button.N/A Printer   Cold resetControl Panelmessage HP Officejet Dseries 125,135, 145, and155 all-in-oneRemove the print server from the printer.Remove the power plug for three seconds andthen reinsert it. Press and hold down the TESTbutton on the print server. While holding downthe TEST button, insert the print server back intothe printer. Continue holding the TEST button fora few seconds. Release the button.N/AHP Designjet5000 series orPress the TOP button and make sure the plottericon is on the display of the front panel, thenpress ENTER . Press the Up or Down Arrow until I/O Setup is on the display, then press ENTER .Press the Up or Down Arrow until ENTER is onthe Display, then press ENTER . Press the Up orN/A
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