Hi, thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com. My name is Russell. I will do my best to provide the right answer to your question.
You need to log in to your local wifi router's admin setup.
And set the channel on your WiFi router to something different than it is set to now.
And/or, set your Epson printer to communicate on the same channel as the router does.
This conflict could have happened, if you recently have either:
A. reset the router, by holding down its RESET button for over 10 seconds to several minutes continuously.
B. added other WiFi equipment to the local network setup
C. reset the printer to factory defaults, or several other similar events to the ones already mentioned.
Let me know if you need any help with further details of this process. Also, I'd be interested to hear how it turns out. Thanks.
Simple enough. What is the maker and model # ***** your router, though? they vary a bit, you see, so I need to know in order to better advise you.
OK. That one is usually at the local address
so you enter that address in your web browser to access the router's setup utility.
Then when prompted for a login, you enter
as the username, and you enter either the password ***** was set for your router (which I of course cannot know), or if your router is still at its default password, you just enter this, literally:
as the password. It's the default for Netgear routers of this type. See also
Let me know how it goes. Thanks.
Have you changed anything in the local network, or added *any* device, moved anything, had someone else move anything, or otherwise has change occurred in your local network ?
The 7th it is. We'll continue then. Let me know whenever you're back to this case, and at your convenience. Thanks.