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09-17-2012 04:49 PM
I am convinced there is a setting I need to adjust in the configuration of my router. Per the instructions you provided, when I access the wireless settings on the printer, I can see my network SSID broadcast. I believe there is an issue with the WPA version and/or encryption b/c my wireless router is not letting the printer "in"...
I think this is the last step.
Help appreciated if you can.
09-17-2012 05:24 PM
09-17-2012 05:48 PM
When I reach the printer page, and I attempt to connect to my network and I don't check anything on Authentication, the error message reads: "Cannot connect to your wireless router. Ensure the wireless network settings are correct and try again." So then I try again per below
When I reach the printer page, and attempt to connect to my network and choose the following:
WPA2-PSK then AES, then type in the passcode, the error message reads: “ HTTP 0 “
[these are the wireless configs, per your question]
Currently I'm using the default system password on the authentication - I've not created a new custom one. Not sure that would make a difference here.
09-18-2012 05:08 PM
Interestingly something must have connected itself properly b/c now going into the printer browser page, I can see everything connected (Security mode is WPA). Blue light on printer is on constantly now (not blinking). I was able to print a test report (with all items passing). When I tried printing a test Word doc wirelessly from my laptop, I kept getting errors. (had to make sure printer was not 'offline') and then I changed my port setting to the printer (was somehow set somewhere else).
Long story short, it WORKS NOW! Yay!.
This email chain is pretty lengthy and I was faced with a specific issue, but I am now connected wirelessly to my LaserJet CP1525nw color.
09-22-2013 04:54 PM
This is a very interesting exchange to me, as I have been trying to connect wirelessly to my CP1525nw for a loooong time. I would be willing to run it through my router, if that were the only method available. I have tried to use the WPS connection many, many times (after resetting, etc etc) but no joy.
I was excited, because here I read about connecting to the HPCP1525 network, which I had not seen before. However, when I try to connect with my computer, it freezes and sadness ensues. When I try to connect with my tablet, I get a message that it cannot connect.
Does this mean that there is something wrong with the wireless on this printer? This is my fear, because I didn't contact support during my warranty period (although I have never successfully connected wirelessly to this printer).
I would be very grateful for any help you can give me.