To find your printer’s IP address, you can follow these general steps:

  1. Check the printer’s settings: Many printers have a built-in display screen that allows you to access settings. Navigate through the settings menu to find network or connectivity options, where you’ll likely find the IP address listed.
  2. Print a network configuration page: Many printers can print a network configuration page that includes important information about the printer’s network settings, including its IP address. Refer to your printer’s manual for instructions on how to print this page.
  3. Use your router’s admin interface: Log in to your router’s admin interface using a web browser and the router’s IP address (often something like or Once logged in, look for a list of connected devices or a DHCP client list, where you should be able to find your printer’s IP address.
  4. Check printer software or app: Some printer software or mobile apps provided by the printer manufacturer may include options to view or configure the printer’s network settings, including its IP address.
  5. Use a network scanning tool: You can use network scanning tools like Advanced IP Scanner or Angry IP Scanner to scan your network for connected devices and identify your printer’s IP address.

By following one of these methods, you should be able to locate your printer’s IP address and use it for network printing or configuration purposes.

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