i faced the problem is that iam able to ping/connect the 2600n hp laserjet network printer throuh the wired network connection from my laptop. but i can not connect the printer through wireless network in the same laptop.what is solution to solve this issue?
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Re: Printer Pinging problem?
Make sure your wireless workgroup/domain are the same as your wired network. If they are, you should reinstall the printer from control panel. Choose add network printer, choose the proper workgroup/domain, you should see the available printer, select it, it may need to download drivers and install them.
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If Windows 10 v.1903 can not find correct driver for network printter, connect it directly to computer with USB printer cable. After that HP Color LaserJet 2600n driver was found at windows 10 version 1903. I discconected network cable and shutdown the printter before using usb cable
Disconnect and shutdown printter.
Now you can add TCP/IP printter using current drivers.
download the user manual and look under 'setting timeout'
a function that can adjust the cutoff point - having said that I have never had to adjust the factory setting - I've allways found the error to be with the customer nertwork usually a conflicting ip address or poorly setup network
if you want to be sure that its nmot your network try pinging the printer via a dos window and have a look at the response time anything less than 100ms is good enough( usually 0.1ms) and if that is what you get when pinging then look at the network and not the printer
u need to set the ip on printer it self..then what u need to do le..put the cd in...go to computers>>right click on the cd icon>>explore>>utill>>ccc>>uninstall l2...then restart the computer..dnt connect the usb..reinstall the printer...
The LaserJet 2600N has a built-in print server and can be connected to the local network (normal ethernet cable) directly. While printer sharing via Windows should work, I found it much more convenient to access it without the need of a hosting computer - you do not need to switch on the desktop PC for printing from the Laptop, for example, its also printing faster.
Print internal configuration page and check for IP address in printed sheet and try to compare with the driver information Check for LED at network card if it’s on Try to send ping command to IP address to verify connection and if reply is confirm Uninstall driver and reload and try to search the printer with IP or hardware address while loading driver If still any problem it could be network card have problem need to be replaced
If you know the IP of the printer & the printer is connected to the network, try pinging the IP address of the printer. After that, open a command prompt & type the following command then press Enter: arp -a This will display the arp cache on your computer. Check the list & find your printer's IP, & opposite to it, you will find its MAC address listed.
The last time I checked, you cannot set up a local printer using a TCP/IP port. A local printer is physically connected to a computer via a parallel, serial (very old), or USB cable. If the printer is connected to a switch, hub, or router via an Ethernet cable, it is by definition a network printer and the driver install must reflect this. I don't understand why it is able to print out the test page after the install. If you open up Control Panel -> Printers and double-click on the HP Laserjet 2600n in there, it will bring up the local spooler for the printer. You may have a bunch of print jobs queued up in there that it cannot currently send to the printer. You may want to clear the queue first (cancel all print jobs). Let me know if you have problems clearing the queue & I can give you instructions on how to do that one too.
Try connecting this printer to a different network wall point in the building. If still no change then move back to original wall point and try changing the connection at the Switch end in the comms room.
If still having problems then try pinging the printer to see if it gives time out or execessively high pings. Got a PC on the network and in windows open a "command" prompt and type ping -t XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX where the address of the printer should be place of the x's.
If linux open a console and type the same thing ping -t XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX.
Sounds like low toner to me.
If the printer is connected by USB or parallel cable to one computer, go to that one. Click start-programs-HewlettPackard-HPlaserjet utility. The utility should let you see how much of each toner color remains.