WPS (Push Button Configuration)
WPS simplifies the process of connecting to a wireless network to a touch of a button. To use WPS you must have a WPS compatible wireless router, if you do not then you will need to manually configure the wireless connection in the web configurator (see Web Configurator below).
After following the hardware installation steps in section 3, ensure your wireless network is operating normally and that the print server and wireless router are close by. When ready, press the WPS button located on the side of the DPR-1040. The blue LED should start flashing repeatedly.
Within 120 seconds, press the WPS button located on the wireless router you will be connecting to. This button may also be located in the wireless router’s web configuration pages labeled “Push Button Configuration (PBC)”.
If successful, a wireless connection will be established between the two devices. This connection is secure and uses automatically generated encryption keys; you do not need to remember them.
Note: If you experience problems connecting to a device, please try again, your devices may be out of range. If you still experience problems, the device you’re connecting to may be incompatible with the DPR-1040. Also, make sure you are connecting to a router or access point (AP).
After following the hardware installation steps in section 3, ensure your wireless network is operating normally. When ready, type the IP address of the DPR-1040 into your browser, the default IP address is 192.168.0.10. If this does not work, use the PS-Link utility to find out the IP address.
Upon accessing the web configurator, click Setup > Wireless Setup.
On the next screen, enter the wireless network settings as provided by your network administrator.
Click Apply Settings, the DPR-1040 will restart and the wireless setup is complete.
Note: If your wireless connection does not work, check that you have entered the correct network settings into the Wireless Setup screen.