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Find the SSID or WEP key/ WPA Passphrase for siemens se567

I am trying to connect a printer for the forst time thru my wireless router. It is a Siemens Gigaset SE567 wireless router

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  • lolopenn Nov 13, 2008

    Can you help me find this info?

  • lolopenn Nov 13, 2008

    Can you help me find this info?

  • Enrique Torres
    Enrique Torres May 11, 2010

    Is this a standalone printer, or is the printer currently connected to a desktop?


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Try to find in a manual -
Siemens Gigaset Se567 Manual

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If this printer is a network printer (it will say so on the box and in the manual) then on the printer itself in the settings screen there is an option that will say something to the effect of *network* in that selection you will find a "print network information" and that page will have instructions and also the IPyou are looking for in order to connect.

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