How To Set up and Configure the WNA-100 Wireless Network Adapter Section 1: Set up and Connect the Adapter to a Computer, Then Configure the Computer to Communicate With the Adapter Before the adapter can be connected to a printer, it must be connected to a computer so that it can be configured to function on a wireless network.
To configure the wireless settings for the adapter, the following information must be known about the wireless router that is set up on the network the WNA-100 is to going to be attached to. This information is unique to each network. If necessary, contact the network System Administrator or the manufacturer of the wireless router to obtain this information or refer to the wireless router’s user guide.
3. Depending on the information obtained, enter the required settings in the WEP, WPA, or EAP Settings section. For example, if the wireless router uses WEP 64 bit encryption, enter the required information in the WEP section. The following is an example of settings that need to be configured for the WNA- 100 to connect to a wireless router.
1. Click on any of the links under the TCP/IP Configuration folder on the left of the adapter's web interface. The TCP/IP Settings window will be displayed. 2. Select [OFF] from the BOOTP/DHCP pull-down menu. 3. Enter an IP address, network mask (also known as subnet mask), and default router in the fields provided under the TCP/IP Settings section.
Note: For additional information about the various administrative settings, click on the [Help] button at the top, right of the window. Section 5: Reset the Adapter to Save All Settings, Then Connect the Adapter to the Printer 1. Click on the [Restart] button in the Reset section on the Administrative Utilities window, and then click on [Confirm] to reset the adapter so that all configuration settings will be saved.