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I just bought a wireless HP printer. I have followed the instructions to configure it, but I do not know the WPA or WEP of my Zoom Router. How do I find this and what do I do with it? My wireless printer connection does not show up in my devices or available printers.

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Open your web browser and enter the Internal IP address of your router (usually 192.168.1.1 - You can check this by opening a command prompt and type in ipconfig. The router's IP will be your gateway address).

You will be prompted for your routers username and password authentication. It probably still is the default of the device. It depends on the device on what default password it will be. The best way to find out what the username and password is to look in the owners manual. If you don't have that, then google the model number of your Zoom router with the words "default password".

Once you are in your routers web page, click on the Wireless icon at the top. This page will show you everything you need to configure your HP wireless printer.

Good luck!

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