This set of instructions is only to be used with an Epson printer prints "DHCP: disable." The point of the article is to get DHCP to be 'Enable', which then gives the printer a valid IP Address (rather than the factory default 192.168.192.168).
1. Plug the Epson printer directly into the Windows computer. Move the mouse cursor to the bottom or top right corner of the screen and then selecting the cog icon for Settings.
2. Select Control Panel.
3. Select Network and Sharing Center.
4. Select Change adapter settings.
5. Right click on the connected network and select Properties.
6. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCIP/IPv4).
7. Select Properties.
8. Select Use the following IP address to change the computer's IP. Input
IP Address: 192.168.192.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.192.168
9. Select OK to save. Once these settings are applied, verify that the printer is printing an IP Address of 192.168.192.168 and DHCP is still 'disable'. If it does not print that IP Address, factory reset the printer.
10. Open browser and navigate to 192.168.192.168
11. After Epson UI loads click TCP/IP under the configuration section
12. Under settings set Automatic for Get IP address and Set using PING disabled
13. Click submit and reset
14. Wait for printer to reset and confirm changes by printing test slip