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PostSubject: All About Wireless   Tue Nov 14, 2006 4:00 am

Wireless Printer Adapter 3300 Installations, problems and troubleshooting.
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PostSubject: Re: All About Wireless   Wed Nov 29, 2006 4:03 am

Can't Print 3300 Wireless?

1. Checked if the system is wirelessly connected.
if false= purchase wireless router/LAN else true= checked if other system can connect to the router/access point if false= let the customer configure the connection bet. the system and access point or refer to oem.
else if true
2. Determined if the drivers was installed properly
if false = install clean set up
3. Install Wireless 3300 drivers
*connect the flat end (usb) cable to the pc and the square end to the 3300 WAP.
*Run the CD (3300)
*Checked any firewall/encryption key/password (WEP, WAP) if true = disabled.
4.Proceed with the Installation
*Connect the flat end (USB) cable back to the 3300 and the square end back to the printer.
*Run the CD (printer)
5. Finish the Installation (Print a Test Page)

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1. During installation tell the customer to take note
the IP / MAC address of the printer.
2. Checked the IP / MAC Address of the printer
*Start-Control Panel-Printer and Faxes
*Right Click the Dell Printer Icon
*Left Click on Properties
*Port Tab
*Configure Port
compare the ip/mac address of the PC
IP address and default gateway.
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PostSubject: Re: All About Wireless   Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:49 pm

***1. Checked if the system is wirelessly connected.
if false= purchase wireless router/LAN else true= checked if other system can connect to the router/access point if false= let the customer configure the connection bet. the system and access point or refer to oem.
else if true
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>>>User may not need to purchase a wireless router since the Dell 3300 Wireless Print Adapter is capable of Ad-Hoc/Peer-to-Peer connectivity. Hence, it can communicate directly to the system wirelessly.
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PostSubject: Re: All About Wireless   Thu Nov 30, 2006 8:00 am

Ad-Hoc/Peer-to-Peer connectivity
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Yah you're right, i forget there's an Ad-Hoc but it is not advisable to used because it requires in-depth understanding of wireless networking. You will need to change the network settings of your computer, configure the wireless printer adapter, and then restore your computer to the original network settings. But if the customer insists, still we have to kiss their ass. support them. lolz!
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PostSubject: Wireless with Microsoft Vista   Sat Dec 09, 2006 9:25 am

A link that can help out troubleshooting wireless adapters including the 3300WPA and the 966 internal net adapter with Microsoft Vista.

Click on the link.

Wireless with Microsoft Vista
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PostSubject: Re: All About Wireless   Mon Feb 12, 2007 11:44 pm

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