Lexmark Prospect s200-500: Printer detected only in cable mode

I use original driver for Lexmark Prospect s200-500.

Printer is detected if I select I would like to use it on cable connection. When selecting add new network printer or connect this printer via network, everything goes fine, but gui do not allow to click next, when ask to connect printer. I connect printer in this moment. No matter if I load usblp or not.

Console outrput:

DEBUG: Loading USB quirks from "/usr/share/cups/usb". 
DEBUG: Loaded 191 quirks. 
DEBUG: list_devices 
DEBUG: libusb_get_device_list=18 
DEBUG2: iSerialNumber="3064888DM03059M" 
DEBUG2: Printer found with device ID: MFG:Lexmark;CMD:CPDNPA004;MODEL:Pro200-S500 Series;CLASS:Printer;DES:Lexmark Pro200-S500 Series; Device URI: usb://Lexmark/Pro200-S500%20Series?serial=3064888DM03059M&interface=1

Bus 001 Device 016: ID 043d:01a4 Lexmark International, Inc. Pro200-S500 Series

It seems printer is detected correctly, but I cannot click next - I do not known why? I cannot to add printer to my network by panel on printer. There is no such settings on it. I must use computer and cable to provide wifi settings to printer.

Disabling each line bellow line containing Lexmark inside /usr/share/cups/usb/org.cups.usb-quirks (and restarting cups after that) do not help.

I assume by GUI that you’re referring to YaST? Or some other config utility?

Try using the CUPS http interface via a browser. Navigate to “http://localhost:631/admin” and find/add the USB-connected printer.

I’m not familiar with this printer, but I assume that it provides some kind of proprietary Windows utility to allow wireless network configuration of the printer for via the USB cable?

Vendor have provided Linux driver and config utility. In past on OpenSUSE (I do not remember, which version I use), everything worked. Now, I can only configure printer to work by USB cable connection. The problem is, I cannot configure printer to work networking by printer panel. I must use vendor utility to provide essid and psk, when printer is connected by USB cable. Vendor wrote this Utility in Java. Maybe problem is Java version, because vendor provided one’s version in rpm package?

Installing Java from Oracle and force to use it by utility did not help.

Is it a possibility for you to use a Windows computer to configure the printer for use in your network?

I have many Windows 10 installation and maybe could upgrade to Windows 11, but I do not 100% sure if there is driver for this printer and newer Windows versions.