wireless connection to a wireless printer?
Mikkel L. Ellertson
mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Mon Feb 11 23:44:26 UTC 2008
Jan Brosius wrote:
> Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
>> Jan Brosius wrote:
>>> Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
>>>> How did you try to connect to the printer? http://192.168.1.6? Or
>>>> does your printer require another port?
>>> I think it is done in the hardware. I got a connection now with the
>>> firefox browser when I typed http://192.168.1.6. I didn't knew this.
>>> But how do I connect with cups?
>> Ok - because you can get the printer GUI, you may be able to connect
>> from CUPS. Go to http://localhost:631 and add a printer. For the
>> connection URI, try ipp://192.168.1.6:631/ipp - chances are the
>> printer supports IPP. (The /ipp may be wrong, but it is a common print
>> queue designation.)
> No it doesn't work. I read the reviews before buying and someone said he
> has created a wireless connection with this printer. He used Ubuntu Linux.
> Thanks anyway for helping
See if you can find how he configured CUPS to use the printer. You
have a wireless connection to the printer because you can connect to
its web page. But without the printer manual, it is hard to know
what protocols it supports. If it supports lpr or IPP, then you need
to know what the print queue names are. If it only supports Windows
print sharing, then you have to tell CUPS that. This should be in
the printer manual.
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