wireless connection to a wireless printer?

Mikkel L. Ellertson mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Mon Feb 11 20:54:39 UTC 2008

Jan Brosius wrote:
> Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
>> The type of network does not make a difference. What matters is 
>> connecting to the printer. Do you know what IP address the printer was 
>> assigned? Do you know if it supports IPP (Internet Printing Protocol)? 
>> The printer manual should tell you what it supports.
> I couldn't find in the manual if it supports IPP.  But I could print 
> some information about the wireless connection:
> I got e.g.
> Hostname : HP53246F
> IP4
>  IP-address :
> I have already tried to get some connection with the printer settings 
> gui but I got no connection.
How did you try to connect to the printer? Or 
does your printer require another port? I can not tell for sure from 
the site, but from the requirements it sounds like it may be a 
win-printer. (The supplied software does some of the work instead of 
having it done in hardware in the printer.) The fact that you can 
not connect to a configuration GUI in the printer also tends to 
support this. But I do not have the manual, and I have not used this 
printer, so I do not know for sure.


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