How to Use Canon TS3122

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.
how to use canon ts3122
  • Press the [Colour] button (C). Tap the [Wireless] button until the Direct lamp (D) lights up.
how to use canon ts3122
how to use canon ts3122
  • 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.
how to use canon ts3122
  • 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.
how to use canon ts3122

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.

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