To set up your TSP143 wifi receipt printer there are two options.
Connect by WPS Pairing Button
1) If your router has a WPS pairing button you can hold down the WPS button on both the Star printer and router at the same time. This will connect your printer directly to your wireless network on your router.
Connect by AP network mode
2) If your router does not have a WPS pairing button the second option is to manually connect the printer to your wireless network via a manual IP Address.
Connecting your printer to your computer by the AP network mode involves:
Printing your Network Configuration and Current IP Parameters.
Setting your wireless LAN settings.
1. Printing your Network Configuration and Current IP Parameters
To turn off your printer, press the power switch on the left.
While your printer is off, press and hold the FEED button on the front of your printer.
Still holding the FEED button, turn on your printer using the same power switch.
Once your Network Configuration and Current IP Parameters Status print successfully, release the FEED button.
Under Network Configuration, take note of the SSID. This is you printer's name.
Under Current IP Parameters Status, take note of the IP Address. This is your printer's default static IP address.
2. Setting your wireless LAN settings
From your Network Settings select your printer's name.
From your browser, enter your printer's default static IP address.
From the left menu, click Login.
In the new Authentication Required window, enter the following:
User Name: root
To close the new security window, click Cancel.
From the left menu, click WLAN Settings.
Select Infrastructure Mode and enter the following:
SSID: your Wi-Fi network's name.
Security Key: your Wi-Fi network's password.
From the left menu, click the Save section and select the following:
select Save > Configuration printing > Restart device.
From the automatic printout, Under Current IP Parameters Status, take note of the IP Address. This is your printer's new dynamic IP address.
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