The other day Martin and I were changing some things around on the computer shop’s network and we needed to modify the IP address of the credit card machine so it would operate properly on our new setup. While changing the Internet Protocol address isn’t very hard the issue we ran into was figuring out how to type a period after each octet of the IP. After some fooling around we figured it out and we have explained all of the steps below to modify the IP address of a Vx570 CC machine.ALPHA, CC, cc machine, commserver, credit, credit card, credit card machine, debit, DHCP, dot, Ethernet, F1, f2, F3, F4, ip address, ip configuration, ip settings, period, static, vcs ethernet, verifone, vx570
Posts Tagged “static”
Dec 04 2010
Earlier I was compiling the coreutils application on CentOS Linux and ran into an issue after using the “make” command. At first I was confused because I wasn’t doing anything complex but then I realized that I had simply mistyped an environment variable I had previously set. Below I describe the actual error, what was mistyped, and how I resolved the problem.-O2, CentOS, CFLAGS, compile, environment variable, error, gcc, Linux, make, static, switches, unrecognized option
Nov 15 2008
The easiest way to configure a static IP on the HP Photosmart C5100 is via the web interface. You probably do not know to the IP address of the all-in-one printer since you are just now configuring the static IP and if it is currently on the netork then it has received a dynamic IP address via DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). Regardless its an easy process which I will explain step by step below.