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08-24-2009 08:13 PM
08-24-2009 12:04 AM - last edited on 06-17-2010 07:07 PM by ThatGarenGuy
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You can have many wireless-printers on your network. Each one should get it's own print queue and there shouldn't be any interference. For example, I have six active wireless printers on my home network.
Let's check a few things.
- What is the IP address of the Photosmart 6100 (can be found by printing the network configuration front the printer's front panel setup menu)?
- What is the IP address of the Deskjet 6980 (can be found by pressing the check-mark button on the printer's front panel)?
- What is the IP address of the Vista laptop and your computer (can be found by executing the ipconfig command from the DOS prompt and looking for the IPv4 address).
( While I'm an embedded wireless systems engineer at work, on this forum I do not represent my former employer, Hewlett-Packard, or my current employer, Microsoft )
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06-16-2010 04:18 PM
A newer version of the tool mentioned in Wi-Fi-Guy's post can be found here: HP Home Network Diagnostic Utility
(the old version mentioned in Wi-Fi-Guy's post is obsolete and will be removed soon)
HP Retired, however my posts and replies are my own, not HP's.
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