If you will connect the printer to a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) using the printer's option internal wireless print server, you may need to configure the printer to establish the wireless connection.
For more information on this server, see the ZebraNet Wired and Wireless Print Server User Guide. You can download the latest version of this guide from zebra.com/manuals.
If necessary, specify the ESSID value that matches the value used by your wireless router. Check with your network administrator for the ESSID value to use. See ESSID in Connection Menu for ways to change the value.
If necessary, configure the following printer settings. (See Connection Menu). Contact your network administrator for the proper values for your network.
—Match the subnet value of your WLAN.
—Match the gateway value of your WLAN.
Reset the network (see Reset Network in Connection Menu) to allow changes to these network settings to take effect.
If the printer still does not connect, consider setting a static IP address by configuring the following additional settings, and then reset the network again (see Reset Network in Connection Menu). Contact your network administrator for the proper values for your network.