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Wireless IP address assigned to printer from router does not match network IP address

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HP 6510
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I installed a netgear router R6350.  All the IP addresses start 192.168.1.**  When I install the HP 6510 using the wireless wizard and WPS button on the router the address assigned to the printer is 192.168.0.103  Needless to say the printer cannot be seen on the network.  Any ideas on how to fix this?  I have a HP Laserjet P1102w with the same problem.  

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I finally resolved this by changing the router to wpa and wpa2, restoring defaults on the printer and manually entering the password for the router rather than using the wpa button.  Working now as required with the correct ip address for the network.  

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