How to Setup Canon Wireless Printer For Windows.
How to Setup Canon Wireless Printer. Here are instructions on how to set up a wireless connection on a PIXMA printer, and also how to reset the printer’s factory settings.
Some steps you need to do to reach access (called router or hub settings on wireless networks) by displaying an automatic connection button labeled Wi-Fi Protected Setup. Allows authorized devices on your printer to connect to the network without the need to enter a password, and allows the method of connecting devices quickly and easily reaching access.
The easiest way or method to connect a printer to your network, if the access point has a “WPS” button or abbreviated with Wi-Fi Protected Setup, perform the “WPS Connection Method” tab below here on how to connect or use the Wi-Fi Protected Setup method. Your router device does not support Wi-Fi Protected Setup, other alternatives to get a connection with your network, choose “Standard Connection Method.” Note the following ways:
There are several requirements that must be met in order to use the push button method of WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup):
There are access points and have a physical WPS push button. Check your device’s user guide for full details. Please use the instructions on the tab Standard Connection Method If WPS push button is not available.
Setup Canon Wireless Printer – Point 1
Using security protocols WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) or WPA2 network:
The printer has already been lit, “LED” Light Emitting Diode lights up, pay attention to the illustration below.
Setup Canon Wireless Printer – Point 2
Confirm Network Settings – Setup Canon Wireless Printer
Make sure that the printer has successfully connected to the wireless network, and can print the printer’s network settings, consider the following:
- Make sure the printer is on.
- Then insert sheets of plain paper, it is recommended to use (A4 or Letter).
- Pressing the “Maintenance” (A) repeatedly until the LED display on the screen.
For instructions on how to set up a wireless connection to the printer, we are using the Canon PIXMA MG3240.