Setting up my DP-G310 for network printing in Windows XP
I'm at the stage within the written installation guide where it is asking me to use my web browser to enter the IP address of the DP-G310 which is by default set to 192.168.0.10. After doing so, I'm told that the address couldn't be found and I'm I can't move forward with the installation process. What gives??? Thanks for your time and help.
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With great difficulty.... Seriously though, you MUST get the driver for each operating system, Install each Driver on each machine, and then simply connect each computer to the printer as a "Networked" printer. I may be efficacious, to have all drivers on every PC, all in same Directory so that each is available to each other...Right ALL machines, must be in same WORKGROUP, ALL have a password, The printer MUST have a name, Install the drivers as Administrator.
unfortunately, psc4280 is not listed under the list of compatible printers for DP-G310.
Check it on this website http://support.dlink.com/supportfaq/
Browse your product to the left of the page then click on go. then click on compatible printers to the left of the page.
Ask hp if they have a port that you can open up on the router.
- Kindly visit this web site for instructions: http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=459&question=DP-100%20/%20%20DP-101P+%20/%20DP-300%20/%20DP-301P+%20/%20%20DP-303%20/%20DP-313%20/%20DP-301U%20/%20DP-311P%20/%20DP-311U%20/%20DP-311U_revB
I have one of theses D-Link PD-301U. It soes NOT support most All-in-one printers like yours. According to D-Link's Web site, here are the HP Laser printers it supports (note the P1008 is NOT in the list): LaserJet
Install the printer driver on the computer you want to use it on, Then in setup it SHOULD ask you if its a Local Printer or a Network printer, You choose network and it SHOULD find it on its own. Granted everything goes as it should...
So... you've messed up the IP address on your DP-300U and now you can't even access the web browser configuration page? Yes, it's happened to the best of us. Although I'm sure there are more elegant solutions, one fix is to reset the server to its factory settings and then reconfigure it from scratch. Given that there is no reset button on the DP-300U, resetting can be frustrating, especially if it's asking you for a password that you never created in the first place! Here's what you can do...
1) Install the psadmin software which came with the print server. If you lost the software, you should be able to find it on the web somewhere.
2) Start the software. It should automatically locate your print server.
3) Click on "factory reset". If it demands a password, and you don't know it, try "SYSxxxx" (where xxxx is the last four digits of the MAC address written on the underside of your server)
4) Dust off your Quick Install Guide and go through the unintuitive configuration process. If you no longer have your Quick Install Guide you can find it on D-Link's website.
Indeed, you don't need the print server. Since your HP 6310 already has an integrated network port, you may setup and use it on your laptop the same way you do with your desktop. If you can browse the Internet wirelessly with your laptop, you should also be able to print.