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    Wifi Install Mp620 Wifi Install Mp620 Document Transcript

    • Wifi Setup Version : Jan 2009 Date : Version 1 1.1 PRIMARY PROBING.........................................................................2 1.1.1 MP620/980.............................................................................2 1.1.1.1 Reset network settings...........................................................................................................................2 1.1.1.2 Choose the network connection type....................................................................................................2 1.2 INSTALLING WIFI FROM THE CD-ROM (EXAMPLE)..................................3 1.3 MAINTENANCE / COMMON ERRORS...................................................11 1.4 APPENDIX.................................................................................12 1.4.1 EXAMPLES FOR LIVEBOX...................................................................12 1/12
    • 1.1 PRIMARY PROBING The wifi material does not work from any unit 1.1.1 MP620/980 - Reset network settings - Choose the Connection mode from the device menu 1.1.1.1 RESET NETWORK SETTINGS 1. Make sure the device has power. 2. Select Settings on the HOME screen, then click OK. The Settings window shows up. 3. Select Device Settings, then click OK. 4. Select Network Settings, then click OK. 5. Select Reset Network Setting, then click OK. 6. Select Yes, then click on OK. 1.1.1.2 CHOOSE THE NETWORK CONNECTION TYPE. 1. Make sure the device has power. 2. Select Setting on the HOME screen and press the OK button. The Setting screen shows up. 3. Select Device Settings, then click OK. 4. Select Network Settings, then click OK. 5. Select Reset Network Setting, then click OK. 6. Select Yes, then click on OK. 7. Select Change WIFI/Wired, then click on OK. 2/12
    • 1.2 INSTALLING WIFI FROM THE CD-ROM (EXAMPLE) - Insert the provided CD-ROM in the Drive Check the CD-ROM compatibility with Windows Vista (example first versions of iP5200R/MP600R) - Select the region - Click on Next - Choose Easy Install for the first installation (it installs all drivers and softwares) OR - Choose Custom install for the wifi basic components 3/12
    • - Select only the required basic elements - Click on Next - Read the License agreement - Click on Yes - Overall installation Progress bar - Progress bar for the soft/driver currently being installed - Overall installation Progress bar 4/12
    • - Setup mode selection - This message can appear with MP620/980 - Click on OK - Connect the USB cable to the computer Windows Vista After connecting the USB cable, if the Windows Installation wizard, manually choose the driver’s folder ‘C:Windowsinf’ as follow : - Select quot;Search for an existing driver on my computerquot; - Click on quot;Next >quot; - Enter quot;C:windowsinfquot; in the text box - Click on quot;Next >quot; - Finish updating the driver(the driver should have installed) 5/12
    • Windows XP After connecting the USB cable, if the Windows Installation wizard, manually choose the driver’s folder ‘C:Windowsinf’ as follow : - Select quot;Not this timequot; if the wizard offers to connect to Windows Update - Click on « Next >quot; - Select quot;Install from a list or a specific location (eperienced users) - Click on « Next >quot; - Select quot;Search for a better driver in the following locationsquot; - Select only quot;Include this location in the searchquot; - Enter the path to the folder quot;C:Windowsinfquot; or use the Browse option... (Becarefull the inf folder is a hidden folder) - Click on quot;Next >quot; - Finish updating the driver(the driver should have installed) - Progress bar after connecting the device via USB - Successful USB connection between the device and the computer. - The network should be enabled on the computer Becarefull with Antivirus/Firewalls especially from this moment on - Click on Next - Information message (can be closed) 6/12
    • - Checking the printer is present - Checking available access points - Select in the list the access point to be used. - Check that the selected encryption mode matches the key or password type. - Enter the WEP key or WPA password - Click on connect Becarefull, some access points require a button to be pressed to authorize adding new material on the network( For instance in France with the “Livebox”). -> See appendix for more details For more information, refer to the access point documentation. Encryption WEP 64bits (10 digits key (hex) ; example : C9 42 28 B8 AE) WEP 128bits (26 digits key (hex)) WPA/WPA2 (password of between 8 and 63 characters) - Choose TKIP or AES Warning : TKIP + AES non pris en charge WPA/WPA2 Entreprise are not supported ! 7/12
    • - Checking the Communication settings to the printer - The settings are correct - The Setup is then sent to the printer - Window showing the Connection test progress - Connection speed test resutls Warning, a bad WIFI connection quality can bring issues mainly during scanning. Scanning involves an important data transfer! 8/12
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    • Test it works fine Becarefull if the printer is connected via USB, choose the right printer mode. Check the ‘Port’ tab on the printer - USB for USB connection - BJNP Port for network connection 10/1
    • 1.3 MAINTENANCE / COMMON ERRORS 11/1
    • 1.4 APPENDIX 1.4.1 Examples For LiveBox LiveBox mini 1 pairing button (allows your Livebox to cummunicate via WIFI with other devices). 12/1