To connect to the wing printers, you must be connected to
or hooked up via ethernet.
MIT Guest may not work.
If you have issues with network printing, you can also print via USB (type B cable). Note: Your OS will probably list wired connection as a separate printer, so make sure you select the correct entry.
2E: justinbieber.mit.edu 2W: next2w.mit.edu 3E: nalgas.mit.edu 3W: printerbena.mit.edu 4E: fourest.mit.edu 4W: derp.mit.edu 5E: stirfry.mit.edu 5W: page-fault.mit.edu
On Windows, under
Devices and Printers in
Control Panel, hit
Add a printer, and then
Add a network printer. Click on the bottom,
The printer I want isn't listed, and then
enter the above address for the printer you want. Drivers will automatically install.
On MacOS, add a new printer from
Printers & Scanners under
When adding a new printer, go to the IP tab and enter the respective address above for your printer.
If you use Linux, then it is assumed that you know how to set up a printer.
Paperjam is our main copier/scanner/printer, capable of printing in color.
One simple way to print with this is to bring a flash drive with your files and plug it
into the printer. To log in to the printer, use username
For more detailed instructions, see here.
We also have a B&W printer,
tree-eater, which you can print to via Pharos. For information about
Pharos printing, see here.
If any printer is running low on toner, doesn’t connect, or has any other problems, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.