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How to find your network path on Mac.

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Color LaserJet Pro MFP M283fdw
macOS 10.15 Catalina

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So I've been trying to find all over the internet how to find ur path to this thing called network path and I can't find any way. I've been on my Mac and trying to figure it out but I just can't find a possible way. I've watched over 10 YouTube videos and none of them were helpful. So I just thought of asking in a hp community and thinking maybe there was some of you that knows this stuff and could possibly help me.

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Hello, your network information should show up under Finder > System Preferences > Network. It will show you the I.P. address and hostname of your Mac computer.  If you are trying to add the printer on your computer using the network, then you will need to know the I.P. address of the printer, and link to print driver.

 

Hope this helps, thanks.

Hope this helps, thanks.
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