Epson BX320FW Wireless Printer Setup



Epson Stylus Office BX320FW Wireless Printer Setup and Review

Epson BX320FW Wireless Printer Setup

Setting up a Epson BX320FW Printer Wi-Fi Network Using the Control Panel

You can set up a Wi-Fi network for Epson Stylus Office BX320FW printer by using the Epson BX320FW printer’s control panel.

Using the Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi Setup Wizard with LCD panel

If Epson BX320FW printer has an LCD panel, you can use the Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi Setup Wizard to simplify manual setup.
Note:
  1. Epson BX320FW Wifi Setup is not offered for all Epson printers or might not be made it possible for.
  2. Make certain that the Wi-Fi is made it possible for on your computer system beforehand.
  3. Check the SSID and password for your network as these are needed throughout Wi-Fi setup. If you do unknown the SSID and password, check with your network administrator.
  4. For step by step details on Epson BX320FW Setup a Wi-Fi connection utilizing the Wi-Fi Setup Wizard,See below for more Setup. This function is not offered for all printers or might not be made it possible for.



Select your SSID. The SSID is the name of your Wi-Fi network (for example, "My_home's WiFi").
The list is sorted by signal strength.
Select your Wi-Fi Network (SSID), & then press OK. Select Next to continue.

Select the (LINK) What is SSID? if you do not know your SSID.

Enter the password (passphrase or WEP key) for your SSID.
This screen is a virtual keyboard. Use the arrow keys on the control panel to select each character and press OK to enter each character in your password. Select DONE & then press OK to confirm.

IMPORTANT: The Security Key is case sensitive.
Your security key may contain uppercase & lowercase letters as well as numbers.


Select Next to continue.

Using the virtual keyboard
 ↔ Changes to upper case, lower case, or symbols.

 ↔ Moves the cursor to the left and right.

↔ Deletes a character to the left of the cursor (Backspace).

 ↔ Enters a space.

↔Finishes entering characters on the virtual keyboard.



Check the information on the screen shown above. If everything is correct, press OK. The Password is hidden for security purposes.
If you want to check this information again, press .

If this screen is displayed, select Yes, & then Select OK. Select Next to continue.

It may take a few minutes while the Epson Stylus Office BX320FW printer connects to the network.Select Next to continue.
When this screen is displayed, the Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi setup is complete. Select No, & then press OK to finish Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi setup. If you want to Epson BX320FW print a network connection check report, load plain paper in the Epson BX320FW printer, select Yes, & then press OK. For details on loading paper, see your documentation. Select Next to continue.


Press to return to the Home screen.

Make sure one of the following Wi-Fi status icons is displayed in the upper-right corner of the LCD screen.


(Infrastructure mode), (Ad Hoc mode)
It may take a few minutes for the icon to be displayed.

To use the Epson BX320FW printer via Wi-Fi you need to make sure that a Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi connection is setup on your computer/PC/Dekstop/Laptop/notebook.

Epson BX320FW Wifi Printer Setup and Review

Enter WPS Push Button Epson BX320FW Setup Wizard

The printer supports the WPS push button technique and the WPS PIN code approach.

Prior to connecting the printer to the network, check that the access point supports the WPS function.

Note:
  • Make sure that the Wi-Fi is made it possible for on your computer beforehand.
  • For information on the gain access to point WPS function or troubleshooting, see the gain access to point's user's guide.
  • If the access point (wireless router) is not found within approximately 2 minutes, an error message is shown. In that case, make sure the gain access to point is running, & then make the Epson BX320FW WPS settings again from the beginning.
  • For step by step information on establishing a Wi-Fi connection using the Epson BX320FW WPS setup, Select the following link. This function is not available for all Epson BX320FW Wifi printers or might not be made it possible for.
Hpw to Enter WPS Push Button Setup Wizard for Epson BX320FW printerEpson BX320FW Enter WPS Push Button Setup Wizard
If your router (access point) is compatible with WPS, press the WPS push button on the router (access point), or if there is no button on the router, Select the button in your router software settings utility, and then press ok. Select Next to continue.
  If this screen is displayed, select Yes, & then Select OK. Select Next to continue.
 It may take a few minutes while the Epson BX320FW printer connects to the network. Select Next to continue.

When this screen is displayed, the Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi setup is complete. Press OK to finish Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi setup. Select Next to continue.
If a Warning screen is displayed, Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi setup failed.
Press OK & then try Epson Stylus Office BX320FW WPS setup again from step 2.

Check the following items.  
  1. Check that the access point is turned on. If it is turned off, turn it on & then perform Epson Stylus Office BX320FW network setup again.
  2. Place your Epson BX320FW printer close to the access point.
  3. Check that the Wi-Fi communication mode (IEEE802.11*) set for your access point matches the one supported by Epson BX320FW printer. (*Display varies according to your location.)
  4. If the MAC address filtering function is enabled, register your printer's MAC address to prevent Epson BX320FW printer from being filtered.
  5. Check whether or not the DHCP function for the access point is enabled. If it is disabled, change it to enabled.
Press ↑ to return to the Home screen.
Make sure the following Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi status icon is displayed in the upper-right corner of the LCD screen. It may take a few minutes for the icon to be displayed.

To use the Epson BX320FW printer via Wi-Fi you need to make sure that a Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi connection is setup on your compute




Epson BX320FW Enter WPS Pin Code Setup Wizard 


Using the router's setting utility on your computer/PC/Laptop/Dekstop/Notebook, enter the WPS PIN code that is displayed on the Epson BX320FW printer's LCD panel into your router (access point), & then press OK. Select Next to continue. 

If this screen is displayed, select Yes, & then press OK. Select Next to continue.
It may take a few minutes while the Epson BX320FW printer connects to the network. Select Next to continue.

When this screen is displayed, the Epson Stylus Office BX320FW Wi-Fi setup is complete. Press OK to finish Wi-Fi setup. Select Next to continue.
If the following screen or a Warning screen is displayed, Epson Stylus Office BX320FW Wi-Fi setup failed.

Select OK & then try Epson BX320FW WPS setup again from step 2.


Check the following items.
  1. Examine that the PIN code is gotten in correctly in the access point energy.
  2. Check that the gain access to point is switched on. If it is turned off, turn it on and after that carry out network setup once again.
  3. Position your printer near to the gain access to point.
  4. Examine that the Wi-Fi communication mode (IEEE802.11 *) set for your gain access to point matches the one supported by your printer. (* Show varies according to your area.).
  5. If the MAC address filtering function is enabled, register your printer's MAC address to prevent your printer from being filtered.
  6. Inspect whether or not the DHCP function for the access point is allowed. If it is handicapped, alter it to made it possible for.

Press ↑ to go back to the Home screen.
Make certain the following Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi status icon is shown in the upper-right corner of the LCD screen. It might take a few minutes for the icon to be displayed.

 Making General Network Settings with LCD panel

You can Epson BX320FW set up general network settings for your Epson BX320FW printer using the Epson BX320FW printer’s control panel.
Note:
This feature is not available for all Epson printers or may not be enabled.
This Epson BX320FW setting, and the DNS server/Proxy server address setting, is not available for all Epsn printers or may not be enabled.
  • Turn on the Epson BX320FW printer.
  • Enter the Epson BX320FW Setup mode.
  • Select Epson BX320FW Network Settings (or Epson BX320FW Wi-Fi Settings).
  • Select General Epson BX320FW Network Setup (or Epson BX320FW Manual Wi-Fi Setup).
  • Confirm the Epson BX320FW printer name and modify it if you want.
  • The Epson BX320FW printer name is used to access or identify the Epson BX320FW  printer on the network.
Note:
The default Epson BX320FW setting is “EPSONXXXXXX” (X: Last 6 digits of the MAC address). To change the Epson BX320FW printer name, retype the text.
Epson BX320FW Set TCP/IP Setup settings.
  • Normally, the broadband router or access point will automatically allocate an IP address to the printer using the DHCP function. If your router (or access point) DHCP function is on, select Auto.
Note:
To assign a unique IP address to the printer, select Manual, and enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway.
  • Epson Stylus Office BX320FW Set the DNS server. DNS server and proxy server settings are not available for all printers or may not be enabled.
  • Normally, the broadband router or access point will automatically allocate a DNS server address to the printer. To use this option, select Auto.
Note:
To specify the DNS server address, select Manual, and enter the Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Server addresses.
  • Set the proxy server address.
  • Select Do Not Use.
Note:
To use the proxy server, select Use, and enter the Proxy Server address and Port.

Epson BX320FW Printer Review

Epson's premium inkjet all-in-one printers are quick, affordable and also generate reasonable prints. The firm is aiming to replicate this better down the range with the middle-of-the-road Stylus Office BX320FW. It has a lot of the functions of the 600 series, but also for a bit less loan.

The waved top of the company's leading workplace all-in-ones is replicated below, though the cunning lift to the result tray of the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) is ignored as a cost conserving. The ADF input tray still flips near enhance the lines of the maker when you're not copying.

A rather lightweight, three-stage telescopic paper assistance folds back as well as raises from the rear to give a 120-sheet feed slot. One more telescopic assistance, with a flip-up paper quit, takes out from the front, though it does not fold entirely out of the way when the maker is shut.

The control board runs the majority of the size of the front of the printer, yet is not that deep. It brings a two-line by 16-character mono LCD display, without a backlight, but Epson has used the message properly and scrolls messages through the bottom row of the display screen, while conserving the leading row for titles. In front of the display are 3 mode buttons and to its right there's a navigation square, a numerical pad with extra function switches for fax, five single-click buttons for quick dials and three switches to start and stop copy and scan works.

Lift the scanner section and also you have access to the head carrier into which are clipped the five ink cartridges. In a rather strange setup, 3 of the ports are for the cyan, magenta and also yellow inks which are readily available in two returns, yet the black slots only take the basic yield consumable. These black cartridges aren't message as well as picture, yet two ports for similar black cartridges, so you have two times the message ability of an equipment with a single port.

There are no memory card slots or a PictBridge socket, yet you do have sockets at the side for phone line and also optional, third-party phone, as well as USB and also Ethernet outlets at the back.

Wireless networking is supplied as common and also this is a very easy equipment to set up, either by typing in a passcode from the numeric keypad or by temporarily attaching using USB to link the printer to a computer system.

Chauffeurs are offered Windows and also OS X and application software is likewise bundled, in the form of Presto! PageManager, a valuable file administration application that includes Optical Character Recognition.

Oh, Epson, when are you going to realise individuals just won't believe the rate ratings on your printers? 38ppm from an inkjet printer is just silly, if you ever before want to do anything with the web pages produced. Perhaps printing a couple of characters per web page in draft setting could obtain the printer to that rate, but also for normal people, printing in regular print setting, you're most likely to see less than a third of it. Our 5-page text print took 27 secs, a rate of 11.1 ppm, while the much longer, 20-page document increased this slightly to 12.8 ppm. These are very good rates, begging the question why Epson believes it needs to overemphasize them to get people to acquire.

The business estimates 15ppm for colour pages, yet our 5-page colour print came through at only 2.8 ppm, less than a fifth of the claim. A single-page colour copy from the scanner glass took 30 secs and a five-page, black text duplicate from the ADF completed in one minute, 10 secs.

A 15 x 10cm image print took two mins, one 2nd in ideal print setting and also 58 secs in image mode. There's not a lot of difference in quality in between the two picture prints and also for the majority of objectives photo setting will certainly be more than adequate.

Colour graphics on simple paper are reasonable, with a good range of colours looking thick and with little in the way of dither patterns. A colour copy was not so excellent, with colours replicating in a slightly blotchy means as well as with some run of black message over colour. Straight black message is quite functional, yet isn't as tidy as from the majority of various other inkjets, showing some spread of ink into the paper snooze.

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