Setting up Your Wireless Canon PIXMA TS3122
Today, the Canon TS3122 printer has become the leading choice of almost everyone, owing to its excellent precision and top-notch print quality. These printers are competent to meet your wireless printing needs at home and office.
If your wireless LAN router/access point has a WPS button, you can easily connect to your network without needing to enter a password. This is the easiest way of connecting your PIXMA printer, so if your access point has a WPS button please select ‘WPS Connection Method’ below for instructions on connecting using this method.
Method 1: WPS Connection Method
- Make sure the wireless router is in range of the printer and the WPS button is ready to be pressed.
- Press and hold the [Wireless] button (A) on the printer until the Wireless lamp (B) flashes.
- Press the [Colour] button (C). Tap the [Wireless] button until the Direct lamp (D) lights up.
- Press the [Colour] button, and make sure that the ON lamp (E) and the Wireless lamp flash, then press the [WPS] button on the wireless router within 2 minutes. The blue Wi-Fi lamp on the printer will continue to ﬂash while searching, and the Power and Wi-Fi lamps will flash when connecting to the access point.
- When the printer has successfully made a connection to your wireless network, the Power and Wi-Fi lamps will stop flashing and remain lit. The network lamp will also light up.
Step 2: Network Settings Confirmation
To confirm that your printer is successfully connected to your wireless network, you can print out the network settings of your printer if you wish:
- Make sure that your printer is turned on.
- Load a sheet of A4 or Letter-sized plain paper.
- Press and hold the [Wi-Fi] button until the Wi-Fi lamp flashes once, and then release it.
- Hit the [Colour] button.
- Press the [Wi-Fi] button twice.
- Hit the [Colour] or [Black] button.
The network information page will be printed.
When referring to the printout, check that “Connection” indicates “Active” and that the SSID -Service Set Identifier (the name of your wireless network) indicates the correct name of your wireless network.