OSX 10.x IP Printing Configuration Summary: IP printing is the ability for a printer to use TCP/IP protocols (such as LPD/LPR, IPP, or Socket or Jet Direct) to make itself accessible to your computer. If the printer you want to use is not listed when you print, you can add it to your list of available printers. To add an printer using IP, you need to know its IP address or DNS name. See your network administrator for assistance. Step 1. Open System Preferences on the Doc or Blue Apple and click the Print & Fax Icon. Step 2. Click Printing tab, and then click the Set Up Printers button. Step 3. Click the Add Printer Icon in the printer list. Step 4. Choose IP Printing from the pop-up menu. Step 5. Select Internet Printing protocol from the Printer Type pop-up menu. Step 6. Type the IP address for the printer in the Printer Address field. If the printer IP address is not marked ask your Tech Specialist. Step 7. Type in a recognizable name into the Queue Name field. OS 10.x IP Printing Configuration Step 8. Choose the brand of printer appropriate for your printer from the Printer Model pop-up menu, then select your printer in the Model Name list. Step 9. Click Add. The printer appears in the Printer List as the default printer (in bold type). It also appears in the Printer pop-up menu when you print a document.