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you need first to print the printer configuration list, you will see from which to which ip address you may connect. (example from192.168.1.1-192.168.1.13)
then you will set on your laptop or pc some address that is in the range of access control list, also set the printer ip address in the range of access control. than connect them to connect to the machine by and the laptop/pc with a FTP/LAN
(cross)cable or connect them with a network-switch. Then open a web browser on the laptop/pc and in the address bar write the ip address of the printer. it will open the web page of the printer, login with: user name: "admin" and password:"blank" . find the acces control setting and clear them. set them all with zero. (example: 0.0.0.0-0.0.0.0). if you need further help please write a replay.
The wep number is the security password for your wireless network, if your internet access is through a wireless access point access point then the wep key is usually found in the setup page of the router/access point. I hope this helpsRegardsGrant
you can find this network key or password or wep key, inside your modem configuration page. to do this. 1.use a pc that is conected to the modem 2. goto start then run and type cmd press enter. 3. type ipconfig and press enter. 4. the defualt gateway is like 192.168.2.1 or some thing like this. enter this into internet exploere or firefox adress bar and press enter. 5 you should be inside your routers configuration pages. 6 navagate till you find the wireless security settings. 7. look for wireless wep key.
this is what you need ot enter into your printer to conect to wireless network.
This printer does not have wireless built in. Are you trying to access it across a network? If so just add the printer and type in its location on the network. Also what operating system are you using. I will need a lot more information to give you a complete answer. Thanks, Lee
If the computer is connected to an HP All-in-One on a network, you can access the Embedded Web Server that resides in the HP All-in-One. The Embedded Web Server is a web-based user interface that provides some options not available on the HP All-in-One control panel, including advanced network security options. The Embedded Web Server also enables you to monitor status and order printer supplies.
For information on how to use the features available in the Embedded Web Server, see the onscreen help within the Embedded Web Server. To access Embedded Web Server help, open the Embedded Web Server, then click the Help link under Other Links on the Embedded Web Server Home tab.
Only use the Embedded Web Server to change network settings if you cannot access the HP All-in-One control panel, or you need to change an advanced option not available on the control panel.
Access the Embedded Web Server
Use the following instructions to access the Embedded Web Server. You can only access the Embedded Web Server on a computer that is connected to an HP All-in-One on a network.
Press Setup on the HP All-in-One.
Press until Network is highlighted, then press OK . The Network Menu displays.
Select View Network Settings menu, then press OK .
Select Print Network Configuration Page , then press OK . A configuration page prints, including the IP address. You will use the IP address in the next step.
In the Address box in the Web browser on the computer, type the IP address of the HP All-in-One, as shown on the network configuration page. For example, http://192.168.1.101 .
The Embedded Web Server Home page displays, showing information for the HP All-in-One.
If you are using a proxy server in your browser, you might need to disable it to access the Embedded Web Server.
If you need to change the language displayed in the Embedded Web Server, do the following:
Click the Settings tab.
Click Select Language in the Settings navigation menu.
In the Select Language list, click the appropriate language.
Click Apply .
Click the Home tab to access device and network information, or click the Networking tab to access more network information or to modify network information.
This can occur if the Web services has been turned off in either the Web Image Monitor or from a telnet command for this device.
To check the status of these services you will need to telnet into the device.
1. From a command prompt type : telnet then the IP Address of the device
2. Telnet will respond back with a request for a login and then a password. Enter the login and password. The login and password used for Telnet are the same credentials that are used to log into the device’s Web Image Monitor (WIM). 3. Type in show at the msh> command prompt. This will output many lines of information. The information you are concerned with is under the TCP/IP-Mode heading. You may need to scroll up in the command prompt window to see these services. The device’s services will be shown followed by their status. The ‘show’ command will show if the services are enabled (UP) or Disabled (Down). 4. If Web shows a down status, at the command prompt msh> type in set web up.
5. At the command prompt msh> type in logout
6. To make your changes Active you must type yes when prompted to "save configuration data"
Note: Always check with your system administrator before making any changes on a network device.