The printer connects to my WiFi and receives a proper 192.168.x.x IP address via DHCP. I can print to it, ping it, and bring up its internal web page from a computer on the same subnet.
However, when I try to update the printer's firmware or enable Web Services it complains that it can't connect to the internet.
If I monitor my Firewall Logs while attempting firmware update or Web Services, I see packets from IP address 169.254.79.38 being blocked. This is the EXACT IP address that shows up on the printer's LCD screen while booting up and before connecting to the WiFi. This display is soon replaced by the 192.168.x.x IP address that it gets from DHCP. But, it seems like the printer is still trying to access the internet from 169.254.79.38.
No problems with connection to wireless. Only problem is that it can't connect to internet ---- just as I said in my original post. All other devices on my 192.168.10.xx subnet connect to internet with no problems:
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