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Need a printer that will connect via Ethernet to HP Instant Ink

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I am a teacher who works at a public school. The WiFi that teachers use for personal devices requires you to sign in every time (like when you go to a hotel and have to login using credentials). This sign-in is not given as an option when connecting to a printer. I would like to find an Inkjet printer that can be connected via Ethernet to our network and allow Instant Ink to still function. 

My current printer has no Ethernet port. I have to bring it home after Instant Ink blocks printing, connect to the internet at home, and bring it back to school until it is blocked again and i must repeat the process. It is maddening. 

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Hi,

You will find an ethernet port on select Officejet Pro or Envy Photo printers supporting Instant Ink and currently available in markets, here is a list of applicable models with an ethernet port:

  • HP OfficeJet Pro 8020 Series
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 8030 Series
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 9010 Series
  • HP OfficeJet Pro 9020 Series
  • HP ENVY Photo 7850 Series
  • HP ENVY Photo 7860 Series

 

I would also suggest making sure that as a public network, to check with the IT Managers of the school network, that internet connectivity with HP Instant Ink servers is not blocked in such a network environment, so you won't find yourself replacing the printer and then being unable to use it due to network policies of the network school.

 

Shlomi

 

 



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