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How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

I've tryed resetting to factory, but the config keeps comming back as Manual with an IP of 0.0.0.0

 

I'm seriously at my wits end.

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Re: How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

Well, 0.0.0.0 is the factory IP, and it indicates that it does not have an IP issued from your router (IP addresses are assigned by routers, not the printer itself).

 

Does your rouer have DHCP active?  What router?

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Re: How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

I need to change the IP configuration on the printer to DHCP, what difference does the router make?  And why would the factory config be an address you can;t connect to versus a private IP.  I'm officially more confused (and I have dealt with network printers before, for over 15 years in fact and this is the first time I've had a problem).

 

I'm connecting to the guest lan at work (which at some point this printer was previously configured for) and yes DHCP is enabled on that lan.

 

I can connect to the printer via USB, but the console (wificonfig.exe) doesn't give you the option to manually set an IP or even change to DHCP, it just let's you specify where to connect and since I can't change to dhcp it doesn't matter where I point to (ad-hoc or otherwise) with an IP of 0.0.0.0 I will never be able to access the embedded web server to manually set the IP address.

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Re: How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

My guess is that the guest network has AP Isolation enabled (preventing clients from seeing each other).

 

Have you tried connecting to the printer directly with an Ethernet cable to your PC?  It should get an auto-IP (169.254.x.x) that you can then use to get into the EWS.

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Re: How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

I'm guessing you're not familiar with this printer.  The "W" is for w-i-r-e-l-e-s-s, there is no ethernet port.  The only way to connect is wirelessly (802.11) or USB.  Connecting USB does not give the option to set the IP manually or change the config to DHCP.  I can't connect wirelessly because the IP is manually set to 0.0.0.0 so regardless of the lan I point to, the printer does not have a valid IP to connect.

 

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Re: How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

Yeah, you are right, I am not familiar with every model.  I guessed that it would also have an Ethernet port, sorry.

 

If you restore network defaults does it broadcast an ad hoc wireless signal beginning with "HP.."?

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Re: How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

I am having the same problems now since I updated to 20130703

Any ideas to fix this?

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Re: How do you reset the IP config to DHCP on a HP P1102W

I`ve got the same problem.

 

After factory reset the P1102w IP-Configuration is set to 0.0.0.0 an DHCP is disabled.

So there ist noch chance to get a connection to the printer.

How can is set DHCP to "on" without having a (wireless) connection to it?

 

I think it is a bug that factory reset does not affect DHCP-Setting to "automatic"

 

Thanks in advance

Mario

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