What you will need:

  • An Epson printer that is ethernet ready
  • A network cable
  • A Windows or Macintosh computer on the same network as the printer with the EpsonNet Config software installed.

  1. Make sure your Epson printer is plugged into your network and powered on. Install the EpsonNet Config program on to your computer if you haven't already. 
  2. Launch the program and wait a few moments for your printer to appear. 
  3. Select the printer line item and tap the Configuration button.
  4. From the Configuration menu, select the sub-menu for TCP/IP.
  5. You will now be given the choice to select Automation configuration (DHCP) or Manual (Static).
  6. If you choose Manual, enter in the network information to match your network configuration. If you choose Automatic, proceed to step 7.
  7. Hit OK when you are done making your selection. Follow the prompts to save your changes and transmit your new settings to the printer.
  8. After a few moments, you will hear your printer restart and re-appear on the EpsonNet Config list of available printers with the new IP address.

Your printer has now been reconfigured with your new network settings and is ready to deploy.


Q. When I start up the EpsonNet Config software for the first time, why don't I see the printer(s) I am looking for?

A. Double check that your computer and printers are on the same networks including and subnets or partitioned groups.

Q. I reconfigured my printer with the new network setting but now I don't see it on my list of printers again. What happened?

A. Hit the Scan button at the top of the screen to attempt to locate the printer again. If you still do not see the printer, it may have been mis-configured and no longer available on your network. The printer can be factory reset to return to step 1.