HP Officejet Pro 8100 Network Configuration Page – 123.hp.com/setup

  1. HP Officejet Pro 8100 Network Configuration Page

HP Officejet Pro 8100 Network Configuration Page

The HP Officejet Pro 8100 network configuration page helps in troubleshooting network related issues. This page can be printed out as a report and it contains the following information,

  • The product’s network configuration and its status
  • The test results for the wireless network
  • SSID, which is the name of the network
  • IP address of the printer

Steps to print the network configuration page

  1. Turn on the printer and all connected devices such as the computer and the router
  2. Make sure that there is paper in the input tray of the printer
  3. Use the WIFI button and the RESUME button to activate this feature on your printer
  4. Release both the buttons after a few seconds
  5. The printer now prints the network configuration report

Inferences from the HP Officejet Pro 8100 network configuration page

Network configuration

  • The network configuration of the device has the following information,
  • Router configuration – holds information regarding the router settings and its IP address
  • Host configuration – enables communication between the host and the network using the IP address, network ID, password and proxy settings
  • Software configuration – allowing access to certain software which can monitor the traffic on the network and also detect intrusions
  • Network sharing configuration – holds information regarding all systems connected over the shared network
  • Application configuration – monitors all applications that upload and download information via the network
  • Firewall configuration – there may be numerous devices connected over a network and this configuration holds information on the firewall settings of each of the device

Wireless network test results

  • The performance of the wireless network can be assessed with these results
  • It is calculated based on the following criteria,
    • The speed of the wireless network (123.hp.com/setup)
    • The number of devices that can be connected to the network
    • Other networking protocols supported by the network
  • This information can be used to troubleshoot connectivity problems related to your printer


  • It is the abbreviation for Service Set Identifier
  • It denotes the primary name of a wireless network
  • Mainly used for home network and public hotspots
  • With this information on the network configuration report, you will be able to identify if you are connected to the correct wireless network
  • It is alphanumeric and case sensitive and varies with device
  • This name is assigned by the device manufacturer and cannot be edited by the user

IP address

  • Like all other devices, there is a unique IP address for your printer
  • This information is used to alter settings in the device configuration and to check if the device is connected to the network