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If you want to resolve the issue further, please give this a try;
1. Access your router's admin page via URL.
2. Locate your router's IP RANGE
. This is like: (for example)
- FROM=> 192.168.1.100
- TO => 192.168.1.220
3. Change the IP RANGE a bit like:
- FROM=> 192.168.1.80
- TO => 192.168.1.110
This is to trigger refresh of router's routine activity.
4. Then set your printer a STATIC IP
address that is below the IP range. In the example above, you can set your printer with a STATIC IP: 192.168.1.55
5. All other devices in the network connects with a dynamic IP from the router's DHCP but your printer can still connect wirelessly using a static IP that is below or above the router's IP range.
6. Save the printer's IP settings (and the other changes)
7. Turn OFF the printer.
8. Turn back on the printer. This time, test of your printer has finally joined your wireless network.
Edited by Jess on 11/22/2010 at 2:03 PM EST