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Network Printer takes for ever to process job

I just installed a Netgear Gigabit router with wireless and now when we send a printjob to the printer it says processing for 5-20 minutes.
Prior to the netgear, we were on a dial up connection with 10\100 hub.

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Brother mfc-7840W not picking up wireless IP address


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HP C8180 has built in wireless adapter and Ethernet according the Website at HP.

If this is connecting to the network wirelessly, check to see that it is connected to the Network, is your router using secure passwords for a connection to the network,
Your printer will need these passwords just as your computers would
If you connect the printer with a Lan Cable, it will be more reliable, and shouldn’t need a password to be on the network. And makes life a little easier...

Your internet provider has nothing to do with your Printer not printing; this is an Internal Network Problem. The settings or your network has changed.

The Printer should have a static IP address


Here is a link to a tip I put together about this subject,
http://www.fixya.com/support/r1173875-network_connected_printer_not_printing

If you need any further assistance, feel free to contact me...






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You can restore the printer as factory setting by pressing Left & Right button & restart the printer. Then again configure the printer may be it will work.


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Follow the recommended steps mentioned on the installation CD of the router, and set-up a wireless network.

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Click the second option- Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer.

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