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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I helped a friend with this problem. He had Vista and was running through a Linksys router. You could see the printer, access the webserver through Internet Explorer by browsing to the IP (192.168.1.X), but the print job would hang, but would kick off immediateley if you reboot, but after it came up and printed that one job, it wouldn't print again. Here is the fix:
Find the IP of the printer and the exact name, which you should be able to get from browsing in Internet explorer to the IP. I think its under the farthest left tab and the 2nd option on the sidebar. I renamed it to HPC6180 because the original name was something like HP92601345U.
Now right click on the start button and click properties and select Classic Start Menu and click Apply/OK. (You can change this back later)
Click on the start button again and click Run and type in "drivers". When that folder opens up, go into the "etc" folder.
Right click on the file named "hosts" and click properties and uncheck "Read Only"
Then double click on the "hosts" file and open it in notepad.
Go down to the first line that isn't commented, it should say something like 127.0.0.1. Position your cursor on that line and hit enter to move 127.0.0.1 down one row. Then enter the IP address of your printer. Space over and line up with the entry below and add the Host Name (mine was HPC6180).
Click file and Save As, and in the file type, change it from .txt to "All files" and click ok, and click OK to overwrite existing file.
Close all your windows and reboot and try to print again. It should work now.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
SOURCE: Netgear DG834G Setup
This link should walk you though it, step by step!
If you are using Vista, you will probley want this link, too. Click on Network icon.
In the past I have found the biggest issue with networking is firewalls, so I suggest you disable them just for testing and setting up your network.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
Hi there you can find the instructions for connecting your netgear DG8345G wireless router to your existing wireless router by configuring first your netgear router and click to help so that you can see the instructions by configuring it into your pc or you will go to the netgear support website so that you can find that model and look for instructions for your netgear router..
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
SOURCE: Netgear DG834G with xbox360
Connect to the Router,
Under the Security tab, select Services, then add, give it the name XBOX TCP/UDP, set start port as 3074 and end port as 3074, set type as TCP/UDP, click apply/ok. Do this again, giving it the name XBOX UDP, start port 88, end port 88, type UDP, then apply settings.
Now go to Firewall under the Configuration tab, under incoming click add, now select the service XBOX UDP/TCP from the drop down menu. select forward to specific IP address or similar and type in your Xbox's IP address e.g. 192.168.1.5, click log never, then apply ok. Do the same for XBOX UDP and your again click apply. That's it! you've successfully opened the necessary ports on your Router and told your Router that any incoming info on those ports should be sent to your Xbox.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Okay, first you will need to access your router (usually 192.168.0.1 or something like that) you will be asked for a user name and password. (admin password respectively if you never set these up previously)
From there you would click on Wireless Settings and scroll down to WEP Key. Whatever is typed in Key 1 is your WEP key. Write that down. Plug in those numbers for your printer and you should be go to go.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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