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Interesting problem. I can not get my cannon mp560 to work wirelessly. I can get it to connect to my access point. And in its menu gives me the details that it is. My router shows the mac address that it is indeed connected. Here is the kicker, I have setup my router on a subnet of 192.168.2.1 so that it would not interfere with the att uverse gateway they give you and must have (its under the normal 192.168.1.1) When i look at the ip address assigned (from the printer menu itself) it has an ip of 192.168.1.79. So I know its on the wrong sub net, but it says it is connected to the right router......... Im at a lost, I cant get this thing to work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you have other printer drivers installed, if so thre may be a driver conflict. wireless printing requires network connection and also printer drivers. This appears to be a driver issue since the printer shows up on the network. I would try reinstalling the drivers.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
I found a solution that worked for me by prowling around various Apple discussion forums. The two keys to the solution for me were numbers 3 and 5 below.
1. Opened print/fax preferences
2. Opened Add printer by clicking the +
3. For protocol, select HP jetdirect-socket (not IPP or LDP)
4. Determined the IP address for my Belkin wired print server and typed this into the Address line of printer setup
5. Manually selected the printer driver as ML-2010. It is in the list of drivers but is in the M's, not under the Samsung drivers.
6. This worked for me. I've seen reports from people who had to power cycle their print server and/or printer as well.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
I guess you mean the c350 is not printing while Windows said the job has been sent?
If so, it may have changed IP Address from the time you first install the Printer on Windows. Check the Ports setting of the c350 printer! e.g.
Network Pritners should have Static IP address or at least a reserved DHCP IP Address. Logon to your Router, check the MAC Address of the c350 and reserve/assign it a IP Address near the end of the DHCP range. Save the Router configuration and power cycle the c350. Confirm IP Address changed to the reserved IP.
Then you have to change all the PC's Printer Configuration of the c350's Port to update the reserved/assigned IP. Or remove the c350 from Printers and Faxes, then run the printer setup software again.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Ignore the instructions that come with the printer, choose Open System, then choose WEP, enter, and it hooks up. Thanks to the above posters for this solution.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Had the same issue. Change the router wireless security settings from TKIP to AES algorithms. This did the trick for me.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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