What is this 'router/access point' channel conflict that you speak of?
Conflicting channels have no bearing on whether or not you can connect.
the network status report generated at the completion of the set states at the conclusion of the report that this is the case and makes reference to having problems with printing or scanning that I should " improve my wireless network enviroment"?
The report tells you that there is a "channel conflict"?
I am assuming that you are trying to connect the printer to the router wireless, is this correct?
Is the printer a new install?
Or was it working at one time?
You stated that the printer is connected to the router; where do you get this information from?
On the printer report, does it indicate the Printer's IP address?
I do not understand what you just said.
Are you telling me that you are manually entering an IP address into the printer?
Which IP address, subnet, & gateway are you using?
What is the IP Address and SUBNEt mask?
Ok thank you
- Click Start Button - Type: CMD- Hit Enter- In the black window, type the following and press Enter: ping 192.168.1.3- What does it say, replies or request timed outs?
request timed out..
That tells us that the printer is not connected wirelessly.
What is the brand and model of the wireless router?
that is correct. the question is why...when both the computer and printer are connected to the network independently
Currently, the printer is not connected to the network at all.
it is a netgear. n600 wireless .dual band wndr3400
On a computer that is connected to the router, perform the steps below:- Click the following link ---> http://192.168.1.1--If the above address does not work, go to http://192.168.0.1--If the above address also does not work, go to http://192.168.2.1Username: adminPassword: password- Click the Wireless settings linkWhich security option is chosen there?
And does the password match what you have been using?
keep getting internet cannot open
You cannot open the 192.168.1.1 link?
I keep getting interenet cannot display page!
No need for any exclamation points. I understand how stressful this must be.
- Click Start Button - Type: CMD- Hit Enter- In the black window, type the following and press Enter: ipconfig- Press Enter- What is shown for the IP Address, Subnet Mask & Default Gateway?
192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1
Please, unplug the power to your router, plug it back in, wait 2 minutes, then go back to the http://192.168.1.1 site
the same thing comes up internet cannot display page
Ok, this makes it more difficult.
Are you using Internet Explorer are your Internet browser?
Please, perform the following steps:- Open Internet Explorer- In the top menu bar, click TOOLS > OPTIONS- Click the Delete Cookies button > Click OK- Click the Delete Temporary Internet Files button > Put a check next to everything > Click Delete > Delete- Click OK > OK- In the top menu bar, click TOOLS > OPTIONS- Click the Advanced tab on the top right- Click the Restore Default Settings > OK > OK- In the top menu bar, click TOOLS > OPTIONS- Click the Security tab- Highlight the INTERNET icon- Click the Default level button > OK > OK > OK- Close Internet Explorer & re-open it- Try the 192.168.1.1 page once more, please.