Wireless printing

Gil Gibbons gilgib1 at verizon.net
Mon Jun 17 11:23:57 UTC 2013

On 06/17/2013 04:49 AM, Phil wrote:
> On 17/06/13 17:12, O. Sinclair wrote:
>> On 17/06/2013 08:29, Phil wrote:
>>> On 17/06/13 14:22, O. Sinclair wrote:
>>>> I would try printing to an ip address, that works for me with a
>>>> wireless
>>>> HP printer (2 actually, one laserjet and one multifunction inkjet). I
>>>> sometimes have to do the "power off/on" with the laserjet but there is
>>>> no pattern to when that happens.
>>> Thanks Lindsay, Jorg and O,
>>> I'm at the point of giving the idea of wireless printing away and run an
>>> Ethernet cable instead.
>>> Is this what you meant by an IP address?
>>> ipp://
>>> The previous attempt was met by a "printer not found message" and this
>>> one displays "connecting to printer" followed by "printer not
>>> responding".
>> No, in my case it says under connection:
>> socket://
>> the subnet would of course be whatever you are using in your LAN. 9100
>> is the port that HP use.
> Still no go. The error message reads:
> "in use - 'The printer is not responding'"
> socket://
> And I cannot establish a connection under Firefox which makes me think
> that the printer and the router are incompatible. The HP easy method is
> to use the router's WPS function but that didn't work and I had to set
> the printer up manually under Windows.

I Have a HP8600 and download and ran sh hplip-3.13.5.run. It installed 
my Wireless setup. hp:/net/Officejet_Pro_8600?zc=HP28924AB63A4C

ip address Host Name: HPC25126 , (MAC) Address: 28924AB63A4C


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