If your store is not in Nevada, use this label printer instead.
Set up your Zebra GX420d label printer to print patient labels and package labels for deli-style flower and barcode labels.
Review Set up your network for reliable Register operations and make sure your network setup meets the recommendations.
- Connect the printer to your router and load paper
- Test the printer connection
- Assign a static IP address
Connect the printer to your router and load paper
- Using the power cord that came with your printer, plug the printer into a power outlet, but don't turn it on yet.
- Load labels face-up:
- Connect an Ethernet cable to the port on the back of your printer.
- Connect the other end of the cable to an available port on the TrendNet network switch included with your Greenbits hardware kit, or connect directly to your router.
- Turn on the printer by flipping the switch on the back.
- Calibrate the printer.
Test the printer connection
- Wait for the network indicator light to turn green.
- Press and hold the feed button until the green light flashes once, then release.
- On the Network Configuration label, note the IP ADDRESS. This should be a series of numbers beginning with 010 or 192.
- If the IP address is all zeros, troubleshoot the physical connections.
- If the IP address starts with any other numbers, reset the printer.
Assign a static IP address
Greenbits recommends assigning a static IP address for all label printers. This helps maintain a strong, stable connection, especially if your router reboots after losing power. Learn how.