You must create the right configuration in order to establish a wireless connection between the printer and the wireless network. Before we begin the ij start canon ts3122 process, you must make sure whether your wireless router has a physical WPS push button along with a secure connection.
So, here are certain steps that you need to follow in order to perform ij start canon ts3122 setup.
Connecting Canon TS3122 Printer to WiFi
WiFi or wireless connection is the best way to connect your PC and Canon printer. However, your printer should be the wireless model for this process. So let’s see how you can connect the WiFi to the IJ start canon printer.
- Turn on your Canon model by pressing the ON button.
- Make sure that the printer’s power lamp is lit.
- Tap or press the wireless icon or WiFi button.
- Press and Hold the Wireless button till you get signal from the indicator light which is located next to the button. It must blink once. Release the button as it blinks.
- As you do so, you will notice that your printer’s indicator lamp blinks continuously. This indicates that the printer is trying to locate available network within range.
- Thereafter, your printer is securely connected to your home network. Your printer may show you connected status. If not, check the WiFi and ON lights are; if stable, the connection has been made successfully.
Confirm Network Settings
To confirm that your printer is successfully connected to your wireless network, you can print your network settings printer if you want to;
- Make sure your printer is turned on.
- And then insert a sheet of A4 or Letter-sized plain paper.
- Press & Hold the [Resume/Cancel] button until the alarm lamp flashes 15 times, then release it.
The Network Information page will be printed.
When referring to the printout, check that the “Connection” indicates “active” and that the SSID Service set Identifier (your wireless network name) indicates the correct name of your wireless network.
Once you have confirmed the details on this printed sheet, you can start using your printer.