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Is my printer connected
To check Is my printer connected, you need to print the Wireless Network Test report. After printing the report, check if the printer is connected to the network. Instructions to print the Wireless Network Test report are provided below.
Steps to print wireless network test report
- Press the Wireless button on your printer and see if you get direct access to print the report.
- Refer to the manual of the printer for detailed instructions.
- Check if Connected is indicated as PASS in the Diagnostic Results ‘Connectivity’ area.
- Your HP printer is not connected to the network if Connected is not indicated as PASS.
- Check if the wireless router is switched on. Also, see if the router is functioning properly.
- Try to reconnect the printer to the network again.
- Check if the Network Name (SSID) in the Current Configuration area matches your network name.
- Use the instructions below to connect the printer to the network if it is not connected or having doubt on Is my printer connected.
Detailed procedure to reconnect the wireless printer
If you are not sure whether your printer is connected or not, then make use of these instructions to know if the printer is connected to the network. Go to the control panel of the printer, and try to print the Wireless Network Test report. Check if pressing the Wireless button gives direct access to print this report.
If you want detailed instructions, refer to the manual of the printer. Once the Wireless Network Test report is printed, you need to check these following things. Locate the Diagnostic Results ‘Connectivity’ area in the test report and check if Connected is indicated as PASS.
If it is not indicated as PASS, then it means that the printer is not connected to the network. Make sure you have switched on the wireless router and see if it is working properly. Check whether you can find any messages on the top of the report.
If yes, then follow the instructions on the page. Search for the Current Configuration area in the test report, and check if your network name is same as the Network Name (SSID). Try these steps to reconnect the printer to the network if it is not connected.
During the printer installation, you will be prompted to select the mode of connection. Choose USB, Ethernet, or Wireless connection and continue with the prompts on the screen. You can use either HP Wireless Direct and Wi-Fi Direct to connect the printer on a wireless network.
If you have established a wired network connection, see if the cable is connected to the printer’s Ethernet port and the available port on the router. Ensure that the green link light is steady. Also, make sure the orange activity light is blinking.
If it is a Wireless network connection, open the Wireless network or Settings menu on the printer. Then, check if the wireless signal is turned on. Confirm that the Wireless icon light is on and steady. If all the above things are satisfied, then it means that the printer is connected to the wireless network and it clarifies your query of Is my printer connected.