I do not want to connect the printer to my PC. I want the printer to use what Apple calls its "AirPrint." After configuration/setup, the printer will be used exclusively with an iPad2.
OK, give me a minute to get the wiring in place and the software loaded.
OK, software is installed and the software did its autorun thing. It got to the point of trying to detect access points. I do not see my access point listed.
That's the problem, Dustin. The printer control panel is very very basic - only shows the number of copies and a wireless access indicator. The printer does not have a configuration capability like most other printers. To setup wireless, you press the Maintenance key on the printer until you see an indicator in the window, then press the "Fit to Print" key after which you are supposed to press the WPA button on the router to get the router to see and talk with the printer.
Any other ideas?
R U There Dustin?
Dustin - Its been nearly 45 minutes since you last sent me a response. if you are not able to continue with me, please let me know.
I am disappointed that Dustin left me hanging for nearly one hour. Not very good service and I'll submit a complaint as I am really not satisfied with this service at all.
Nah...I just gave up and asked for a refund. I waited one hour since the last reply.