Q. on SPS54G connecting to Belkin Pre-N wireless network

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by gmoney, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. gmoney

    gmoney Guest

    Hi guys, my wireless network is secured by 128bit WEP. Do I need to add my security key to the print server? And if so how?

    In the setup it asks for a security option but it did not look like or mention that this was to join my network...but rather a key for the printserver.

    Any advice is appreciated.

    Thank you!
  2. howardp6

    howardp6 Network Guru Member

    I would connect the WPS54G directly to your network to configure it. Start the BiAdmin Management Utility andclick on the printserver after the printserver appears. Select the "Main" option on the Menu Bar. Click on the "Configure..." on the drop down. You will be prompted for a password. The default pasword is "admim" just enter it in the messagebox. Select the tab for TP/ICP, if you want to change the DHCP setting, "Wireless" if you want to change the setting SSID, Channel to match your router, and Security. You can select WEP After you have changed your setting save them and disconnect the printserver from you network and power cycle it. The printserver will not support a wired and wireless connect at the same tim. If the WLAN light is blinking you have established a wireless connection, You must install the printer at this time by adding the printer and specifying the Port that the printservers as added. There are also logical ports that you configure for the same printer if they point to the same physical port, You can set a logical oort with the setting for landscape or portraitm or for different paper sizes,
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