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HP Color LaserJet 3550N wireless connection

I have installed my 3550N using a USB 2.0 cable. The printer has wireless capability, but I cannot communicate with it without the cable. I know the printers address, but I don't know how to connect.

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Use the software that came with your printer. There is some sort of HP Admin that runs in your web browser that you can communicated with the Wireless Printer. The USB cable is use to install the drivers and software you want to use with it. Also backup in case of the wireless has issues you can still use the printer. If you're using a wireless router make sure it can see the wireless printer. But again you need to know what's the default Web Admin address and you say you know it.

So 1. open your web browser and type: http://192.168.1.2 in this example is what you would do. Your IP address will vary.

The manual or quick guide that comes with the printer should tell you want to do next.

Does it have wireless adapter card installed or just HP Jet direct card for 10/100? You might not have the wireless option installed as default. Check the connections to see what you have?

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