I was reading the Network installation manual
for your printer. I didn't see any way to assign a static IP address but the install looks pretty straight forward. Assuming you have already setup and using a wireless network.
The manual has some graphics that I did not copy but the text is as follows:Choose Your Connection Type
Wireless To connect the printer wirelessly, see page 4.Wireless Network Installation
To add the printer to your wireless network, you need to know the name (SSID)
of your wireless network. If it has security enabled, you also need to know the
WEP key or WPA passphrase. Write down your network and security information
in the space provided below:
■ Network name (SSID): _________________________________________
■ WEP key or WPA passphrase: ____________________________________
If your WPA passphrase contains upper- or lowercase letters, be sure to note it
If you don’t know your wireless network name (SSID), WEP key, or WPA passphrase,
contact the person who set up your wireless network before you begin.
Connect Wirelessly Using the Setup Wizard
Follow the steps below to connect to your wireless network.
1. Press the F Setup button on the printer’s control panel.
2. Press l or r to select Network Settings, then press OK.
3. Press OK to select Wireless LAN Setup.
4. Press OK to select Setup Wizard.
5. Press u or d to select the name of your wireless network, then press OK.
If your network name isn’t listed, try the following:
■ Make sure that your wireless router or access point is turned on and
working correctly. Press the y Back button to return to the previous
screen, press OK to select Setup Wizard, then repeat step 5.
■ If you still can’t find the network name in the list, your router or access
point is not broadcasting its network name. Press the y Back button, then
see “Connect Wirelessly Using Advanced Setup” on page 8.
6. Do one of the following:
■ If your wireless network doesn’t have security enabled, continue
with step 9.
■ If your wireless network has security enabled, continue with step 7.
7. Use the arrow buttons on the printer’s control panel to enter your WEP key or
WPA passphrase. Press the x Menu button to switch between uppercase,
lowercase, or numeric/special characters.
WPA passphrases and WEP keys in ASCII format are case-sensitive. Be sure to
enter upper- or lowercase letters as necessary.
■ Press x Menu to switch between uppercase (ABC), lowercase (abc), or
numeric/special (123) characters.
■ Press u or d until you see the character you want.
■ Press l or r to move the cursor.
■ Press – to delete a character.
8. When you’re done entering your WEP key or WPA passphrase, press OK.
9. When you see a screen like this one, verify that the settings are correct. If you
need to change a setting, press y Back until you see the setting you need to
10. Once you have verified that your network settings are correct, press OK to save
the settings and return to the Network Settings menu.
11. Press the r Copy button to exit the Network Settings Menu.
12. Wait for the printer to connect to your wireless network (this can take up to
Once it’s connected, you see a green WiFi light on the printer’s control panel.
13. Continue with “Install Software” on page 23.
If the printer doesn’t connect to your wireless network after 90 seconds, the WEP key
or WPA passphrase may have been entered incorrectly. See “Connect Wirelessly Using
the Setup Wizard” on page 4 to select your network settings again.
If the printer still doesn’t connect to your wireless network, see “The printer cannot
find or connect to the wireless router or access point” on page 31.Troubleshooting
If you have problems setting up or using your product on a network, check these
sections for help:
■ “Setup Problems” below
■ “Printing Problems” on page 33
■ “Scanning Problems” on page 34
This section also explains how to print a Network Status Sheet (see page 34).
The printer cannot find or connect to the wireless router or access point
■ Try connecting to the wireless router or access point with your computer or
another device to confirm that it is working correctly.
■ Make sure that the printer is within range of your router or access point.
■ Avoid placing the printer near a microwave oven, 2.4 GHz cordless phone, or
large metal object such as a filing cabinet.
■ Make sure there aren’t any access restrictions (such as MAC address filtering)
set on the wireless router or access point. If access restrictions are set, register
the printer’s MAC address on the router or access point. Print a Network
Status Sheet (see page 34) to obtain the MAC address. Then see your router or
access point’s documentation for instructions.
■ If your wireless router or access point doesn’t broadcast its network name
(SSID), see “Connect Wirelessly Using Advanced Setup” on page 8 for
instructions on connecting to your wireless network. If your wireless router or
access point has wireless security enabled, you will also need to know what
kind of security it is using.
■ If the printer doesn’t connect to your wireless network, the WEP key or WPA
passphrase may have been entered incorrectly. See “Wireless Network
Installation” on page 4 to select your network settings again.
■ The printer is compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g. If your router or access
point supports 802.11n (Wireless N), makes sure that it is set to compatibility
mode to allow 802.11b and 802.11g devices to connect to it.EpsonNet Setup was unable to find my printer on the network
1. If you see a screen like this one, do one of the following:
■ If you connected the printer wirelessly, verify that the printer is turned on
and the green WiFi light on the printer’s control panel is on. Select Wi-Fi
setup using the printer’s control panel, then click Next.
■ If you connected the printer to your network with an Ethernet network
cable, verify that the printer is turned on and connected to your network.
Select Wired Network (Ethernet) setup, then click Next.
■ If you created an Ad-Hoc wireless connection, do one of the following:
■ For Windows users: If your computer is connected to a network
with an Ethernet cable, disconnect it. When setup is complete,
reconnect your computer’s Ethernet cable.
■ For Macintosh users: If your computer is connected to a network
with an Ethernet cable, you cannot set up your printer this way. See
page 4 or page 22 to set up your printer.
■ If you’re switching from a wireless to a wired network connection, you
need to disable the wireless adapter using the printer’s control panel. Press
the F Setup button on the printer’s control panel, select Network
Settings > Wireless LAN Setup > Advanced Setup > Disable
Wireless LAN. Select Yes, then press OK.
2. Continue clicking Next until EpsonNet Setup begins to search for your
hope this helps