Viewing ZebraNet Wireless Configuration 

Discussion:   How to view the settings for the Wireless Print Server.


Front Panel LCD





Unlike the Wired ZebraNet Print Servers, the ZebraNet Wireless Print Server does not have a test button.  Also the TCP/IP settings will not print on the Printer's Configuration label.

There is now a Network Configuration label that list both Wired and Wireless Settings.  If wireless is not present, it will list only Wired.

Front Panel LCD - Some settings are displayed through the Front Panel LCD.  Some these settings will only be displayed if the printer can associate with a WLAN.

From the printers LCD,  choose List Network.

Via ZPL,  send the ~WL command to one of the printers ports.

There are also various settings that can be view from the LCD on the Printer's Front Panel.

Note: The IP address, Default Gateway, and Subnet Mask will only be displayed on the LCD if the printer can associate to a AP.

The ZebraNet Wireless Print Server does also support the following options to view Configuration details:


Telnet to the IP address of the wireless print server.

From a command prompt type:  telnet x.x.x.x (where x.x.x.x is the IP address of the wireless print server)

You will be prompted for a password.  The default password is 1234.   Choose Option, 1. Show Configuration/Status

RE: Option 6 - Configure Port: There is no option for Bi-Directional on the Wireless Print Server, since it does not use LPT port.

Note:  From telnet you can only view and change TCP/IP settings, not 802.11x related settings.  


Some of the  pages in WebView have changed.   See the following link for details on  Web View for ZebraNet Wireless.

Last Updated 06/02/2004

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