Via my iMac i then added printer, the dell came up under bonjour connection and then i was done. It may look so simple, but believe me or not, the above took me four hours of trying out network cables, installing and re-installing, and re-booting the PC. Here is additional option I found later: I deleted the whole network stuff I just installed before. The push button connection btw printer and router did not work, even for the WinOS laptops. No idea what that is. The router successfully pings the printer as follows.
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I expected something to happen now, but the only thing that happens is “Bingggg.
That is not USB software, right? I deleted the whole network stuff I just installed before. The printer widget in the Doc shows a red error dot. In a flash moment I decided to click on it.
C1760nd network starts with a router, and from there all hardware is cable connected to the router. Use the router interface to ping IP address of the printer – it’s a wireless ping, because the printer is not cabled to the router. Is that an open port on the Mac?
Ping report shows 4 packets sent, 4 replys received. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post.
I am now looking on how to get this recognized by my iPhone and iPad Macs are configured for both the USB printer version and the network with IP address version, with both icons showing in the Mac printer list.
Trying to get a Dell Cnw printer to work wirelessly with OS Here is additional option I found later: Print sharing and all other sharing is disabled. Printer works fine via USB cable.
All replies Drop Down menu. I hack once again through all the options if the x1760nw printer screen, but still no IP address. Drivers are updated on all laptops.
There is the little blue menu screen of the printer. Delo Bitner Justin Bitner. It also connects and prints wirelessly via WinOS laptops, but not the Macs.
It even tells me I can look that up from the printer menu. Ask a question Reset. Is there a Link Channel setting on the Mac? I think this, and the fact that the Win Laptops can print wirelessly is proof that the printer is definitely on the router’s wireless network.
Currently using the default Dell IP address for the wireless operation. Printer setting report shows port O man, that makes me feel like Dilbert. I plug in c1760bw USB Cable Like it is disappearing soon.
Mac can ethernet cable into the router to connect to printer via the Dell interface. User profile for user: It may look so simple, but believe me or not, the above took me four hours of trying out network cables, installing and re-installing, and re-booting the PC.
Oct 26, I spend half a day, trying to set up a DELL cnw printer in a network.
Well I am not stupid.