If your HP printer has an Ethernet port, you may use it to connect it to your BT Hub and share the printer's functionalities with any computer on your network. Ethernet-enabled printers allow you to add the device to your network, allowing other printers on your network to discover it.
Because several employees may use the same printer when it's networked, it can help your organization run more efficiently.
Remove the printer from the packaging. To remove the package, follow the setup instructions.
At least one of the following techniques for connecting to your wireless network will be supported by your printer:
HP Auto Wireless Connect is a technology that automatically connects your printer to your wireless network without requiring you to connect any wires or input any wireless network information such as your network name or password.
During the usual software installation process on many modern HP printers, this capability will be available. Install the software for your printer and follow the onscreen instructions to use this option.
Select the "Network (Ethernet/Wireless)" connection type when requested, and then "Yes, send my wireless settings to the printer (recommended)" when prompted. That concludes our discussion. The remainder will be handled by HP software.