Safety General Guidelines Your attention to the following safety guidelines helps to ensure the continued, safe operation of your Wireless Print Solutions Adapter. WARNINGS: • Do not push objects into slots or openings on the adapters. • Do not remove covers; there are no serviceable internal components •...
Features Introduction The Wireless Print Solutions Adapter supports bridging of traffic between a single external Ethernet device and the wireless network. The Wireless Print Solutions Adapter is a high performance, Ethernet-to-wireless bridging connectivity tool. It allows you to access and manage a device remotely over a network or on the Internet.
After installation, the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter requires configuration. To operate correctly, ensure that the adapter has a unique network IP address. To log in to the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter, assign IP addresses, and configure other settings, use the Web Manager.
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Installation This chapter describes how to install the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter. It contains the following sections: • Package Contents • User-Supplied Items • Hardware Components • Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) • Installing the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter Package Contents The Wireless Print Solutions Adapter package includes the following items: ®...
15. WPS Button Wi-Fi Protected Setup Button. Reset Button access Used to reset the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to the factory-default settings. RJ45 Ethernet Port Supports the physical connection between the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter and the Printer.
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Using WPS, you can connect to the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter using a router or an access point in one operation. This process is simpler than creating a profile with a network name (SSID), setting up wireless security parameters, and updating the choice list.
On your personal computer or mobile device, navigate to your list of available networks, then select the SSID for your Wireless Print Solutions Adapter. The SSID appears as “wpsa-xxxx” with the last four characters matching the last four characters of your adapter's wireless MAC address. For details, see...
Configuration Using the Web Manager This chapter describes how to use the Web Manager to configure the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter, the Xerox browser-based configuration tool. The Wireless Print Solutions Adapter configuration is stored in non-volatile memory and is retained without power. All changes take effect immediately, unless otherwise noted.
Status Page page 19. Network Provides the status of the Ethernet and WLAN interface/link and lets you configure Wireless Print Solutions Adapter settings. For details, see Network Page on page 21. Printer Supports printing and printer management functions. For details, see Printer Page page 29.
Accessing the Status Page At your computer, open a Web browser. In the address field, type the IP address of the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter, then press Enter or Return. For details, see Accessing the Web Manager on page 17.
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MAC address for the adapter. The Soft AP feature is useful to help you configure the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter for the first time before you connect it to a wireless network. The default IP address for the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter is 192.168.0.1.
To modify Wireless Network (wlan0) Interface settings, on the Network page, select Wireless Network > Link > Configuration. WLAN Scan/Quick Connect To view the WLAN Link Scan and Status information, on the Network page, select WLAN Scan/Quick Connect. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
A maximum of eight profiles can exist on the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter at a time. All enabled profiles are active. The Wireless Print Solutions Adapter supports dynamic profiles and prioritization of the profiles. Dynamic Profiles are created using WPS or Quick Connect.
If you select Hex, for Key Size, select 40 bits or 104 bits, then for TX Key Index, select a key index value from 1 through 4. Note: For interoperability with some products that generate four identical keys from a passphrase, this index must be one. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
(0-9, a-f) for WEP40 and 26 for WEP104. For security reasons, the configured keys are not shown. Note: For maximum security, Xerox recommends that you use a passphrase of 20 or more characters. Spaces and special characters are allowed. Click Apply.
If you delete the active profile, you will need to reconfigure an active profile. To do so, reconnect to the adapter via SoftAP, or reset to factory defaults, then reconfigure the wireless settings. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
• Only add a printer which supports Adobe PS3. • You can associate one printer to a Wireless Print Solutions Adapter at any time. Once you configure an adapter to a printer, all printer configuration options are available. Printer Configuration To access the Printer web page, in the Web Manager, click the Printer tab.
AirPrint is a software feature that allows you to print documents from Apple iOS-based mobile devices and Mac OS-based devices without the requirement to install a print driver. You can use the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to print using the Apple AirPrint feature. Note: You can configure AirPrint options only if the printer is configured with the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter and if AirPrint is installed.
You can register the printer with Google Cloud Print only if the printer is configured with the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter and if Google Cloud Print is installed. For details on how to install Google Cloud Print, go to https://google.com/cloudprint.
To ping a Remote Host On the Diagnostics page, click Ping. For Host, enter the IP address or host name for the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter that you want to ping. For Count, enter the number of ping packets that the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter attempts to send to the Host.
To view the current networking routes, on the Diagnostics page, click Routes. Traceroute You can use traceroute to trace a packet from the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to an Internet host. A traceroute shows how many hops the packet requires to reach the host, and how long each hop takes. This information can be helpful to diagnose delays for a web page that loads slowly.
Submit. – SNTP: This option enables the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to synchronize the time with an NTP server. For NTP Server, type the NTP server URL, then click Submit. To select your time zone, for Time Zone, click the arrow, then select the zone for your geographical location.
To view or configure Discovery settings, in the Web Manager, click the Administration tab, then select Discovery. For UPnP Server State, select Enabled. For UPnP Server Port, enter the port you want the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to use. Click Submit. HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a request-response standard protocol between clients and servers.
SSL is used widely for secure communication to a Web server, and also for wireless authentication. SSL certificates identify the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to peers and are used with some methods of wireless authentication. Provide a name at upload time to identify certificates on the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter.
For New Private Key, to locate the associated valid private key, click Browse. Locate, then double-click the New Key Type. Click Submit. To Configure an SSL Credential to Use a Self-Signed Certificate In the Web Manager, click the Administration tab. Click SSL. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
You can upload SSL authority, RSA, or DSA certificates. To upload a trusted authority certificate: In the Web Manager, click the Administration tab. Click SSL. Click Trusted Authorities. To locate the valid certificate, for Authority, click Browse. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
Root CA > Intermediate CA1, issued by Root CA > Intermediate CA2, issued by Intermediate CA1. Default Credential The Wireless Print Solutions Adapter uses a device SSL credential for IPPS. This credential can be used wherever an SSL credential is required, such as HTTPS.
Click Submit. System Use the System page to reboot the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter or restore it to factory settings as needed. You can reboot the device, restore factory defaults, upload new firmware and update its short and long names.
Cloning The cloning feature allows you to: • Clone settings from one Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to another. • Export an XML configuration record (XCR) from one device and save it to use as an import file for another device.
In the Web Manager, click the Administration tab. Click Cloning. Click Import Configuration. To locate the XML configuration file that you want to import, click Browse, then select the file. Click Import. Click Import Configuration. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
Administration Page Quick Setup Quick Setup provides a window to configure all basic settings for the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter. You can access Quick Setup on the Administration page and whenever you reset the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter to factory defaults. For details, see To Configure System Settings on page 41.
Administration Page To locate and install firmware for your Wireless Print Solutions Adapter: Open a web browser, they type www.xerox.com/office/WPSAsupport. Locate the firmware file archive in .zip format. Download the file to your computer, then unzip the file. The firmware file will have a .rom file extension.
The WPSA does not have full power. 1. Ensure that the AC power adapter is fully seated into the 5VDC Power Supply. For details, refer to the Wireless Print Solutions Adapter Installation Guide supplied with the device, or available at www.xerox.com/office/WPSAdocs 2.
The printer name or IP address has changed. On the WPSA Printer Configuration page, confirm that the IP address defined for the printer matches the IP address of your printer. For details see Printer Configuration on page 29. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
WPSA. Move the laptop or PC closer to the adapter. SoftAP mode is disabled. Ensure that SoftAP mode is enabled in the web manager. For details, see Access Point Settings on page 21. ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...
Regulatory Notice to Users in the European Union Hereby, Xerox declares that Wireless Print Adapter is in compliance with Directives 1999/5/EC, 2006/95/EC, 2004/108/EC, 2002/95/EC, and 2009/125/EC. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following Internet address: www.xerox.com/enviornment_europe.
5350 MHz and 5650-5850 MHz and that these radars could cause interference and/or damage to LE-LAN devices. Standards and Norms Emissions and Immunity European • EN 300 328 • EN 301 489-01 • EN 301 489-17 • EN 301 893 • EN 61000-3-3 • EN 61000-3-2 ® Xerox Wireless Print Solutions Adapter User Guide...