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Hello. I have a HP LaserJet Pro P1102v connected to RT-N66u and I can not configure eprint.  

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What am I doing wrong?

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Hi Alex8lf,

 

Welcome to the HP Support Forums.  I understand that you are unable to enable the Web Services for your Laserjet P1102w printer.

 

To enable the web services for your printer the printer needs to be up-to-date with the firmware. I have included a document with the steps to check your firmware version and if needed, how to update the firmware. Once the firmware is up-to-date, you can enable the web services and set up the ePrint.

 

I have included a document with steps for setting up ePrint and customizing the ePrint email address.  Please create your account on eprintcenter.com unless you live in the USA or the UK, then please create your account at hpconnected.com.

 

Getting the Latest Firmware and Product Updates

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03128524

 

Setting Up a Custom Email Address for ePrint

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02940150

 

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