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In frustration I left seller feedback indicating that it wouldn't work. Then I tried again and after a reset my printer spat out a page with an IP address that was out of range for my router. This suggested that I must now reconfigure my router with a smart home network of over 40 different elements, locks, lights, smart TVs ,wireless printers, security DVRs, etc to match its arbitrarily selected IP address so that I could connect to it to configure. The manufacturer does not provide service on weekends or after hours. There was no one to contact for assistance. Instead I got a port emulator, connected an Ethernet from my laptop to the device and reconfigured my local IP address to be on its IP scheme to be able to contact the device. Now I saw a home page and quickly changed the IP to my network and reverted my laptop. Only then did it actually work. The manual assumed that everyone uses 192.168.0.x/16 and if somehow you don't its setup program won't even display an error it just won't run. From there it worked well and I finally got my old but ever reliable HP OJ 4575 to join my hoe network so that I can print wirelessly to it. Its a useful product but required way too much thinking to get it to work. I am a Cisco, Microsoft, Checkpoint, etc. certified and I shouldn't have to go though so much for such a simple device. The configuration had a DHCP option. If only the manufacturers chose to make this the default then It would have been perfect. After an arduous configuration it works well at a 5 star level. But the crappy instructions and poor setup experience and limited support brings my assessment down to a generous 3.