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Connecting 3050 to router...

We have a desktop upstairs, the printer and router are located in the basement. I have connected the printer by ethernet to the router. Cannot print. Pls help. Thanks in advance.

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1} At first configure ip to printer as per u r setup.
2) connect ur desktop to Router (it should be ping)
before doing that ur router should be configured properly Fast Eathernet port 0/0,or as respectively
3) then start u hp setup CD in u r machine.
4) it will run and detect the printer.

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