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Scanner doesn't work, hp solution center didn't detect the hardware. Wireless with acces point D-link DWL-G700AP

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I recently purchased a HP Photosmart C6380. I installed this on a wireless network (acces point D-Link DWL-G700AP).
The engine prints but doesn't scan. The HP solution center doesn't detect the hardware.
What can I do.

Laptop HP
Windows XP S-pack2
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Check your firewall.
 
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I closed the firewall, but the problem persists.
The printers IP-adress changes every time I put the printer on. I couldn't give the printer a name or IP-adress (persisting) in de D-link DWL-G700AP.
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