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Finding your ezeep Hub on the network

When receiving your new ezeep Hub, you should first connect it to your switch or router via an ethernet cable and then power it on. Once the Hub is up and running, and the LEDs are lit, you'll need to identify its IP address on your network to access its configuration page. 

You can also access your Hub via its hostname on the network rather than its IP address. You can discern the Hub's hostname by checking its MAC address, which will be listed on the bottom of the Hub:

Finding your ezeep Hub on the network 

It will look like a string of 12 numbers and letters. You can then access the Hub's interface by going to https://tphub-xxxxxx (inserting the last six characters of the MAC as shown above). macOS, iOS, and iPadOS users will have to add .local at the end.

Alternatively, you can use the ThinPrint Hub Finder to detect your Hub in your network automatically. The PC you are using to set up your Hub, and the ezeep Hub must be on the same network.

  1. Go to, check the box, and click on Continue.
  2. Click on Tools on the left and look for ThinPrint Hub Finder in the ThinPrint Software Tools table.
  3. Open the ThinPrint Hub Finder app and click on "Start Search." All Hubs located in the same network will be displayed. Optionally, you can enable "Use range scan" for limiting the search to a specific address range.
  4. Click on the URL of the Hub you would like to configure. The Log-in page will open in a web browser.Finding your ezeep Hub on the network
  5. For more information about this tool, see the Hub Finder manual.
  6. When you log in to your ezeep Hub for the first time, use the default password "print4life".Finding your ezeep Hub on the networkWe recommend changing the password in the system settings after your initial log-in.

Finally, if neither of these methods works for you, there are apps available for Android and iPhone that will scan your network to list connected hosts and their IP addresses. These apps include Fing for Android and IP Network Scanner Lite for iOS.


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