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Connecting your Printer to WiFi

Connecting your Printer to WiFi

 

Connecting via WPS

  1. Locate your printer manual. You will want to learn how to access the printer WiFi settings. Some printers are able to connect via WPS. If your printer has the capability to connect this way:
  2. Log into your gateway at http://192.168.1.254.
  3. Go to the Wireless Settings
  4. Enable WPS and Save
  5. After WPS is enabled, press the WPS button located on the front of your gateway.
    Printer WPS Button.png
  6. Then press the WPS button on the printer. The printer should automatically connect in less than a minute.

Connecting via WiFi Password

  • If your printer connects via a Wireless password, you will want to find your printer manual to find out how to enter it. Most printers come with a setup disc to guide you through the process. You can find your Network Name and Wireless information here.

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Need help connecting other devices. Find out more information here.

 

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Dude, thanks for the guide, but that didn't help me. I don’t know what is the reason, but my damn printer gives an error on the screen, when I try to do this. Any tips? If I do not find a solution in the near future, I will buy another printer. My friends told me about one cool model on mrdepot.ca and said it was a very high-quality printer. So I need your advice! Have you ever used a printer from this site ??

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New Member

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2 Messages

a month ago

Thank you so much.  Very helpful to this old gal.  worked like a charm.

Question though, how did going to that web address connect with my particular AT and T router?  

JefferMC

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a month ago

192.168.1.254 is a local, "non-routable" address, see this article in Wikipedia about private IP addressing.  All AT&T Routers come out of the box with this as their LAN-side address, though you can change it (mine is actually 192.168.2.254).

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3 Messages

a month ago

Can I apply your printer tips from this review? Do 3D printers have distinctive features in the connection process?

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