Question about D-Link DP 311U (DP-311U) Print Server
Signed up for the new AT&T Uverse service to replace my existing DSL service. The new service came with a new 2WIRE wireless router with a different WEP key and different IP address range. I've been able to get my various PC's to connect to the new wireless network, but I've had no luck with the D-Link DP-311U print server. I've noticed that on the PC's the old 2WIRE router used Network authentication of 'open' and data encryption of 'WEP', whereas the new 2WIRE router requires Network authentication of 'WPA-PSK' and data encryption of 'TKIP'. there doesn't seem to be any way to specify anything other than 64 bit or 128 bit and ascii or hex for the encryption connection with the DP 311U. Am I missing something, or am I just out of luck with an old print server I will have to replace?
Had same problem. Got it to work!!
I have DLink DP-311U and 2Wire Gateway router/modem 2701HG-B.
Solution: Connect DP-311U to router via network cable.
Then you can see it either with PS Admin or with browser http://192.168.0.10 should be default IP address of DLink Print Server. Set Connection Mode=Infrastructure, ESS-ID=2WIRExxx (xxx is your number of the router) - this is your network name, and wireless channel=1.
And the most important - change your IP Address to 192.168.1.xxx - xxx=choose a number over 64 if it's not taken already.
On your Gateway page: http://gateway.2wire.net/xslt?PAGE=J46&THISPAGE=A02_POST&NEXTPAGE=J46
Set Network Name=2WIRExxx, WIreless Channel=1, enable SSID Broadcast, Disable wireless network Security.
Once you get those numbers in, check connectivity with above programs with cable connected, or typing new print server IP address in browser. Then disable cable and check again. You should be able to see the box. Then connect print server to printer and make sure your printer settings on computer point to new IP address.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
I've run into this issue with some of my older linksys/dlink network equipment as well. These old devices just dont' support WPA encryption. I've gotten around this by just setting the wireless router back to WEP encryption. If this is not an option, then I recommend upgrading to a newer wireless print server.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
I see that DLink has provided a firmware upgrade but I am not sure if it has WPA or not.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
I have a same DP-311U print server and shared your problem.
After a day of searching, I think I resolve this problem by setting up a proper default gateway. It is very simple:
login to your DP-311U, say http://192.168.1.10 Click on Network tab, replace the default gateway 0.0.0.0 with 192.168.1.1 (the ip address of your network router) and save.
On your PC, Control Panel --> Printers and Faxs --> right click on the printer and select properties --> select Ports tab --> click on Configure Ports --> in LPR settings, check mark LPR Byte Counting Enabled --> selec OK
You are OK to go. Good luck to you all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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