Linksys Wireless Router :: Connecting Wired Printer To E3000?

Mar 3, 2013

I was wondering if there was a way to connect a wired printer to my linksys E3000? or am I still stuck with using my spare desktop.

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Every day our various win7 computers lose connection to our home wireless HP printer, usuall when on standby or sleep. We basically have to add a printer to find it again each time. I looked at the router E3000 setup and the dhcp release by deault is 0. I can't find any documentation on how make that permanent or do not renew.

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IP Address : 192.168.1.10
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Default Gateway : 192.168.1.1
DNS : 192.168.1.1

I tried this and still get an error message so I am going to call DIRECTV.  Before I do call I would like to know if these are the correct settings for a Static IP?

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I have 3 computers in total: 2 desktops and 1 laptop.
 
1. My primary PC is connected physically to my router.

2. My (downstairs) laptop is connected to the wireless.

3. My other PC connects to the wireless network via USB wireless adapter.
 
I was having issues getting #3 connected to the wireless network.  I used the Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ PIN number provided to me by the Linksys Wireless Manager to no avail.  The E3000 router and #3 could never find each other.After calling support, it turns out that more often than not, "other" wirless management software (in my case Linksys  Wireless Manager that came with the USB device) was interfering with my Windows XP Wireless Manager.Rule of thumb: Always let your native operating system manage the wirless networks that are available to it.  It does a far better job and is 10x more reliable than software provided by 3rd party vendors.Specific to my case: Windows XP, I had to enable the Windows Wireless Manager and uninstall the Linksys Wireless Manager Software. Here it is...Enabling Windows Wireless Manager These directions are for Windows XP:

1) From the Windows Start menu, click Control Panel.

2) Click Network and Internet Connections.

3) Click Network Connections.

4) Right-click the icon for your "wireless network connection", then click Properties.

5) At the top of the window, click the Wireless Networks tab.

If the "Wireless Networks" tab does not appear between the "General" and "Advanced" tabs, you are not on/in the wireless network connection settings:a) click cancelb) Right-click the icon for your wireless connection and choose "Enable". c) return to step 4 6) Check the checkbox next to "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings".
 
These directions are for Windows Vista:

1) Go to the Windows start menu and then the control panel.

2) Open Network and Sharing Center.

3) Click Manage Network Connections (from the left side menu).

4) Right click on the network adapter 'Wireless Network Connection' and choose "Properties" and click "Continue".

5) At the top of the window, click the "Wireless Networks" tab.

If the "Wireless Networks" tab does not appear between the "General" and "Advanced" tabs: a) click cancel b) Right-click the icon for your wireless connection and choose "Enable". c) Return to step 4

6) Check the checkbox next to "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings".

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Aug 15, 2011

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