Bud H wrote:
> I am trying to connect a new Samsung CLX-3160FN all-in-one color laser
> printer into my home network.
> I have a Linksys WRT54GS router which is hard wired via ethernet cable to
> (1) a desktop computer and (2) the new Samsung CLX-3160FN. Also, two
> notebook computers use this network.
> The Linksys router is set for DHCP. The samsung can be set to (1) DHCP or
> (2) static IP address. Presently, it is set to "DHCP".
> I can ping the IP address but cannot get a connection to work correctly.
Meaning what? You can't print to it from a computer on the LAN? Have
you installed it in Windows? Have you shared it in Windows?
> What settings does one need to include in the Linksys router settings and
> also the printer settings to allow the new printer hardwired to the router
> to work on the network properly?
You shouldn't have to do anything on the router given what you've said.
> If it matters, I am using Zone Alarm with Antivirus. I disabled it at some
> points of testing and the printer failed to network properly then, also.
Likewise, shouldn't have to do anything in ZA.
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