I cannot pass the internet connectivity test though I can search and download the build-in online substrate-library.
Test 13 fails, I do not have a proxy. What is wrong there?
Have you try to clean all the cookies fro your PC?
Let me know if this works
Where can I delete the cookies from the HP Latex 360 machine?
Where can I access this in the front panel of the printer?
I am at the printer. It does not pass point 13 of the connectivity test: internet connectivity fails but I can view and download from the build-in media library (which is then obviously connected to the internet). Does the connectivity test a server which has been removed (wouldn't be the first time this happened with HP).
Please check, thank you.
I have pass your question to technical department, they are looking at it.
I will get back to you as soon as I have an answer.
It has been detected an internal issue with the printer that will be fixed in the next firmware release. You can see an error running the Connectivity Wizard but, in fact, the unit is able to connect to internet, making possible to run the Media Solution Library…. If you have some connectivity problems (do not take into account the test), contact with your support team.
I hope this update helps
Thank you for your answer. I have installed NEXUS_01_12_00.11 for now and the problem still persists. So with "next firmware update" you mean the one after this, right?
How can I connect the machine to printos for now?
Yes, "next firmware release" means that the fix will be implemented on the next firmware version that we will publish in the following weeks.
Regarding to PrintOs, you need to go to the front panel of your printer and enter your service ID and Account ID, once this information is successfully entered at the printer, it will begin sending status to the cloud and allow you to view these updates from you device dashboard
Please let me know if this information helps
I have the same issue with my printer and cannot update the firmware because it cannot connect. What should I do or how can I update the firmware to eliminate this issue? Please let me know.
By the end of the month it will be a new firmware release that will solve this issue. However, I understand you can print as usual, right?
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