Question about Linksys Wireless-N WRT150N Router
Not exactly sure but dont you need one of those wireless printer servers?
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Your printer is not a wireless printer but it is a network printer so it should be straightforward for you to create a wireless printer setup.
If your computer is a laptop, its wireless function would work seamlessly in a wireless printer environment. If your computer is a Desktop computer, all that would have been required would be (if you don't already have one) an inexpensive Wireless USB Adapter to plug into the back of the Desktop to transform your setup into a fully Wireless Network. You should connect your printer to your wireless router/modem with an Ethernet/CAT5E/RJ45 Cable. Then enter Network Places on your computer and add the printer to your wireless network using 'add a device'.
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1.Position the printer near your wireless network's router. Plug an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on the back end of the printer. Run the other end to any of the numbered ports on the back side of the router. Press the "Print Report Page" button on the printer.
2.Navigate to the setup page listed on the report page and click the tab labeled "Networking."
3.Scroll to the "Connections" heading and click "Wireless." Navigate to the tab labeled "Wireless Setup." Click the "Start Wizard" button.
4. Follow the prompts to connect the HP 1012 to your wireless network. Click "Finish" and close the browser.
5.Open the "Start" menu and navigate to "Network." Choose the "Add a Printer" option. Click "Add a network printer."
6. Click "HP Laserjet 1012" and choose "Next" and "Finish" to access the printer through your computer's wireless connection. Repeat the process of adding the printer on any other computers on the wireless network.
Please follow these steps and let me know if it works or not
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