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Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Using a custom made patch cable check to see if it complies to T568A or B standards. The printer diagnostic utility doesn't connect. Reply 0 0 rekcutucker Honor Student Posts: 2 Member Since: ‎05-09-2011 Message 9 of 24 (16,268 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP Officejet 6500 Wireless has IP address but cannot Ping have a peek here

You won't learn that way, I didn't mean to put you down in anyway. Cannot ping printer?   12 Replies Thai Pepper OP Antonio1984 Oct 17, 2014 at 3:47 UTC Check the default gateway on that printer. 1 Mace The real funny thing is one page prints every time you reboot the router or the switch.  That really tells me there is some config in the switch and the router Do you have an IP (or DHCP) on the managed switch?

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Creating your account only takes a few minutes. If you have the Lexmark and a PC plugged into the unmanaged switch, the PC can ping the printer (and the printer can reply). is the printer set to a static IP or is it on DHCP? 0 Jalapeno OP Zaheer Syed May 13, 2010 at 11:37 UTC Yes this happend after

If not then something is wrong at the ethernet level. All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. Just want to clarify the IP came from the router and not a setup disk on the wired computer making some choice. · actions · 2009-Apr-9 5:55 am · (locked) AthlGrondPremium Windows 10 Cannot Ping Printer No luck.

See if the IP of the Lexmark appears in the arp table of one of the PCs that can't ping it. Can't Ping Printer From One Computer Going crazy here.   MWR cant print to her local/networked printer, nor the one across the hall, but she can print to printers in other buildings. This will give you a list of IP addresses with their associated ethernet (physical) addresses. http://superuser.com/questions/693729/why-cant-i-ping-a-network-printer-from-a-specific-computer-only-on-the-same-net Thank you! Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Printers > Inkjet > HP Officejet 6500 Wireless has IP address but cannot Ping or...

You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Cannot Ping Printer From Print Server Reply 0 0 « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents HP Printers - Using HP Diagnostic Tools for HP Printers in WindowsHP Printers - After Windows 10 Checking to see what the default gateway is displaying is a good option.  If its joining the wrong network, that'll become a instant conflict. 0 Ghost Chili OP Super simple option, have you rebooted yet? 1 Jalapeno OP Dotcommie Aug 22, 2013 at 1:17 UTC She wasn't transferred between buildings, was she?

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You won't learn that way, I didn't mean to put you down in anyway. recommended you read Aug 22, 2013 at 3:09 UTC RLYMN (Lee) wrote: I didn't see him say he couldn't ping the default gateway.  If they are all on same subnet and vlan then pinging Cannot Ping Printer On Network That's because the printer doesn't have a valid route to you. Ping Printer Destination Host Unreachable Since last 2 days no one can print to that printer.

For the other two computers (wireless lan) the Canon setup process fails to find the printer.The Dell Desktop (wired) can ping the wireless computers *and* the printer.The other two computers (wireless) navigate here Is this Business or Tourism? Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. It connected, at (per the wireless network test report), but when I ping it from a web browser, nothing happens. Cannot Ping Network Printer Windows 7

Aug 22, 2013 at 3:10 UTC If you don't know how to check your default gateway, do this and it'll show you. Are there any settings in the OS that would explain this phenomenon? Reply 0 Re: HP Photosmart 7510 - Cannot ping printer; Is on network 05-09-2012 10:24 PM I fixed the problem. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-hp-wireless-printer.html First Time Here?

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Report • #6 tolroe December 29, 2011 at 16:46:14 I finally got back to this.

Apologies if you have checked these, try these top fault finding tips. Similarly, disable LLDP->EEE. 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. Nothing has helped so far. A Can Ping B But B Cannot Ping A Join Now HELP!!!!

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that has happened in the past, had to shorten lease times, give up some reservations(?). This gave me a timeout at the Cisco 2811 router at that office location. I have already tried: turning firewall off on "A" (there is no anti-virus software installed) adding a static route to the printer disabling all other network adapters except the wifi adapter TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION CISCO2811 Join the Community!

By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? It wouldn't be a bad idea to run a network diagnostic report on the printer either. I turned the router and printer off and on.Is it likely the wireless module on the printer is defective? I was thinking that if the problem was at the ethernet level it was a layer 2 problem, not a layer 1 (physical) problem.

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Then I repeated the process on the wired computer that was able to print and found the printer IP address was in the list.So, based on your post, it was an Draw a hollow square of # with given width Why are LEDs in my home unaffected by voltage drop? This makes me second guess my above conclusion.I get the basic concept of what ethernet & TCP/IP do, but have never had need to understand any details of such.Thus, I just I don't think that should matter though.Any other thoughts or ideas?? · actions · 2009-Apr-9 6:54 pm · (locked) gensysuswest

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