OJP8500 is no longer on the home network

Office Jet Pro 8500 A909 wireless

All laptops household used the transparent way wireless until last week.  The printer indicates that it is on our home network.   Laptops and the HP diagnostic tool cannot see it on the network.  All the features of claim to be on the same network with the same security key.  Tried to re-creation of router, restore the factory settings on printer, wireless on the device Wizard and uninstall the printer.  Now I can't reinstall, same w / CD, because I don't use wireless.

Ideas.  Help?

Laptops - 2 w XP, 2 w / Windows 7.


We will set an IP address of the printer:

-Print a the front of the printer Network Setup Page. Note the IP address of the printer.
-Enter the IP address in a browser to reveal the internal settings of the printer.
-Choose the network tab, then wireless along the left side, then on the IPv4 tab.
-On this screen, you want to set a manual IP address. You must assign an IP address outside the range that the router sets automatically (called the DHCP range). Yours is a.149.  We will use for your printer.
-Apply the subnet (unless you know it's different, if so, use it)
-Enter the IP of your router (on the Page of the Network Config) for the bridge and the first DNS. Let the second white.
-Click 'apply '.

Now, stop the router and printer, start the router, wait, and then start printing.

After that, you will need to remove the printer in Control Panel > printers, then run 'Add a device' in the start menu > all programs > Hewlett-Packard folder

Tags: HP Printers

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