Philipp,

Thank you. Your post was the key to figuring this out.

I finally got a chance to look at this today (It had not been high priority because it worked OK wired). After a complete factory reset, followed by a full setup, I could only get it to work with a 192.168.34 IP, which conflicted with the Ricoh laser we have. I tried other addresses (each after a complete factory reset) and none would work. The printouts just went into the ozone. Disappeared from the system, but never printed.

I had gotten to the point that, come Monday, I was going to swap wireless cards with another Zebra to see if that was it. Then I decided to reread the responses to my original post.

After reading yours I thought, I wonder if the Zebra Wireless Setup Wizard (run in Windows) is doing it's dirty work under the covers? So I reran that Wizard, making _sure_ I entered 192.168.0.47. After that, it worked.

If I look at the front panel of the printer, it _says_ it's IP is 192.168.0.047.

A System i ping to 192.168.0.47 works.
A System i ping to 192.168.0.047 works.

A Windows ping to 192.168.0.47 works.
A Windows ping to 192.168.0.047 fails, because it actually pings 192.168.0.39.

I still do not understand why the 192.168.0.34 worked.

Thanks again!


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