Epson offers a network configuration program for Windows and Mac OS.
The easiest way to find it is to use the following search term:
"EpsonNet Config Download biz Windows OR Mac"
The first two results refer to the download. After a successful download and installation the program can be started.
Search for Printers
EpsonNet now searches the connected network for the printers. If the program does not find any printers, you or the printers are in the wrong network.
Alternatively, the printer can also be connected with a mini USB cable.
As soon as the program finds a printer it displays them in summary form.
If you are not sure which printer is which, you can identify it using the MAC address. The Mac address is on the back of the module for each printer or at the status report.
When you have found your printer, select it and press:
In the TCP/IP default setting, enter the printer IP from the cloud or the one recommended by support.
Do not assign the same IP-Address twice!
Each IP-Address is unique!
The printer IP can be found in the cloud under "Setup -> Hardware -> Printers".
The printer IP is then entered under TCP/IP -> Basic Settings -> IP address. In most cases, the subnet mask is 255.255.255..0.
If you are operating a LAN printer you can skip the following steps!
A WiFi printer needs more information. Under Network -> Basic operation (Wireless), enter the name of the WiFi under SSID.
The submenu "Security" is for the password. The security level should be WPA-PSK (AES), unless otherwise known.
Enter the password for your network in the PSK area (pre-installed key).
Finally, deactivate the option "Enable Power Management" under Network -> Detailed.
Save the configuration
After all settings have been made, click on:
If everything worked as intended you will see the following page: