On Nov 10, 2012, at 12:21 AM, JRJR <jrjr...@comcast.net> wrote:
> The printer WIFI light is on indicating that the printer sees the network. I upgraded the firmware of the router and downloaded the latest epson software for the mac.The wireless router is working, ll of my other devices see the internet. I am using security on the network WPA2-PSK.If at all possible, try to use the Ethernet connection to your router. No password is required and you can turn WiFi off for the printer.
If you can't use Ethernet, you do need to connect to your router using WiFi. Did you enter your router's WiFi password on the Epson when setting it up? If not, you did not get it setup correctly. You should be able to print a network settings report and see the IP address the printer was assigned.
On a computer, type in the address and you should see the printer's web page. If this is not happening, you don't have something setup correctly.
I am pretty sure you can't have a USB connection while trying to use a network connection (Ethernet or WiFi).
Are there more than one instances of this printer in the System Preference / Print & Scan? You might remove everything and add it back again. Also, make sure you are up to date with your Apple software.
> Also I printed out a report from the printer that states "a router/access point channel conflict has been detected. IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS PRINTING OR SCANNING IMPROVE YOUR WIRELESS NETWORK." How do I do that?Do you have a wireless router from Comcast? Do you have Comcast's package with phone, TV, & Internet? Does your Comcast device have 4 yellow Ethernet connections? Does it have a WiFi light?
If so, you need to use only 1 router - only the one from Comcast and remove your Netgear.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
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