06-02-2012 11:07 AM
In order to connect the printer to the network, temporary connect the printer with a USB.
Then change the wireless settings from the EWS by following the steps below:
- In Finder , click Applications , and then double-click System Preferences .
- Click Print & Fax (in Mac OS X v10.6) or Print & Scan (in Mac OS X v10.7).
- Click Open Print Queue , and then click Printer Setup .
- Click the Utility tab, and then click Open Printer Utility .
- Click HTMLConfig .
- Click the Networking tab, and then click Wireless from the list on the left.
- Under Communication Mode , click Infrastructure , select your network SSID from the Available Network Names (SSID) list, and then click the << button.
- From the Security Mode pop-up menu under Authentication , click WEP or WPA/WPA2 . Your selection depends on which Wireless Security Protocol your network uses.NOTE:If your network does not have Wireless Security, leave the Security Mode set to Open System (No Authentication) .
- Type your WEP/WPA/WPA2 key in the appropriate field, and then click Apply .
- In the confirmation box, click OK , and then close the HTML Config and Print Queue windows.
- In the Print & Fax or Print & Scan window, click your HP product from the list of printers, and then click the Minus sign to remove it from the list.NOTE:This action removes the USB Connection from the list so that the only entry for your HP product is the Wireless Connection.
- Disconnect the USB cable from the product and the computer.
- Under Printers, Click the printer, and then click the Minus sign (- ) to remove the product.
- Click the Plus sign ( ), Select your product name with Bonjour as the Kind , and then click Add .
- Close the Print & Fax or Print & Scan window.
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11-13-2012 03:45 AM - edited 11-13-2012 03:47 AM
I have the same question, but I have Windows Vista. How do I go about reconfiguring this printer to the new network in Windows?
Or is there a possibility to have the printer installed on two networks?
Thank you for your help.
11-13-2012 01:39 PM
06-06-2013 01:34 PM
Hi Shane, I will be setting up several of these P1102W printers on my network primarily to print from iPads since the P1102W is "AirPrint" compatible.
My question is can I rename these printers so my users will know which P1102W they are printing in which area?
I would assume I could browse to the assigned IP of the P1102 and do this in its built in GUI if it has it available to do?
10-29-2013 04:27 PM
I figured this out. Install the Full Software fromhttp://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategor
Then go to Start>All Programs>HP Series...>HP EPrint. Select your printer and hit next. It will open a webpage, where you can select the Networking Tab>Bonjour >and then rename your printer!
I was having the same questions, but glad I found this...
fyi, I also updated to the latest firmware before hand.
06-02-2014 12:41 AM
I appreciate your solution very much. After spending several hours working my way through official HP documentation, I did a Google search and found your solution. It worked perfectly and your logical instructions wewre easy to follow.
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