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where do i find the IP address and hostname for my HP2600?

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where do i find the IP address and hostname for my HP2600?

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Hi, 

You may try below support document... 

https://support.hp.com/my-en/document/c05367434

 

There are a wide variety of Wi-Fi and router configurations for home networks. Some network settings and behaviors might cause the wireless connection to drop. To help keep the printer connected, you can manually set the printer IP address using the printer Embedded Web Server (EWS).
  1. Restart the printer and the computer.
  2. Make sure the power button light is bright. If the light is not bright, press the power button to wake the printer from sleep mode.
  3. Try to print. If the issue persists, continue with these steps.
  4. On the printer control panel, press the Wireless button  and the Information button  at the same time.
    A Network Configuration Page prints.
  5. Find the IP address on the page.
    IP address on the Network Configuration Page
  6. If the page does not list an IP address, the printer and the router are not connected. Use one of the following methods to connect and find the printer IP address.
    • Sign in to your router configuration or setup page and find the printer IP address listed in an attached devices or DHCP Clients section.
    • Press and hold the Wireless button  on the printer until the Wireless light blinks, and then press the WPS button on your router. Wait for the wireless light to stop blinking and remain solid, print another Network Configuration Page, and then find the IP address.
    • Turn on Wi-Fi Direct by pressing the Wireless button  and Resume button  at the same time on the printer control panel, open the list of available networks on the computer, and then connect the computer to HP-Print-xx-[your printer model name]. Once connected, the printer IP address is 192.168.223.1.
  7. Type the IP address into the address bar of an Internet browser, and then press Enter.
    The EWS opens in the browser.
     Example of IP address in browser address bar
  8. Click the Network tab, click Wireless (802.11) from the left side of the window, and then click Network Address (IPv4).
  9. Select Manual IP, and then click Suggest a Manual IP Address.
    Example of the IP Address Configuration window
  10. Click Apply, and then restart the printer.
    The printer remains connected to your network.
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