Question about Lexmark X4530 InkJet Printer
Cannot connect to home network only connects to what seems to be internal print server at "print server 21348A"
Make sure that you have the right SSID and password for your network. Also, try to powercycle your router and printer. Just unplug the power for about 30 seconds then plug it back in.
If it still doesn't help, try to leave you network open without any password and check if the printer is able to connect. If it does, check if the wireless standard is set to b/g/n. If it is, set it to b/g.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Reset the printer engine code.
You can falsh the printer with the USB flash utility form lexmark and reporgram the engine code.
The code is available for download at the lexmark website.
Posted on May 15, 2008
Had a similar problem with my router, which was a 2WIRE router (furnished by AT&T - I have Uverse). Fixed it by going to the router's GUI (mine is 192.168.1.254), click on "View the home network". On the right side of the resulting screen, there is a section titled "wireless settings". Under that, click on "edit settings". Enter the login information (the default password is on a tag on the router). The next screen is "Configure the Wireless Network". Scroll down to the bottom and click on "Rescan". When I did this, my X4850 miraculously connected and started working.
Rick from Austin
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
Your firewall for the wireless is blocking the port. Go into your firewall settings and add the port from the printer to bypass the router. What operating system do you have? It should be in Control Panel under Security Center.
Let me know.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
I know you posted this in May, so have probably given up and bought a new printer by now, but I thought it worth mentioning that I had the same problem exactly (though without the same number of iphones and laptops!).
Buried away in some documentation on the driver CD, is the fact that the X4875 can't communicate with a secure wireless network that uses a TKIP algorithm - it can only handle AES. My router used TKIP out of the box, and I never thought to change is, especially as it's stronger than AES. However, changing it to AES solved the problem.
By the way, if you're using Vista, you may find that you have to run the install package in Windows XP compatibility mode, and then when the install is complete, manually change every .exe under c:\program files\lexmark\.. to run in XP compatibilty mode too. Works for me (Vista Business), but didn't work wirelessly at all before. Good luck,
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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