You may be having a Wi-Fi feature in your Canon printer which you may be looking forward to connecting. Being a newbie you may be having a tough time doing the same. If that is so then there are two effective and legit ways through which users can easily connect their Canon Printer to Wi-Fi. Users can either seek direct assistance from us in which we will offer step by step procedure by quickly troubleshooting the system and then connecting the same through the Wi-Fi. The other way through which users can Connect Canon Printer to Wi-Fi is by following the step by step procedure or the manual procedure as mentioned down in the tutorial. So users can choose any of the modes which suit them the best in order to get their task executed in an effective manner without any sort of hesitation or giving a second thought for the same.
Steps to connect
Canon Printer to Wi-Fi on an instant basis:
Step 1: Firstly
users need to check is that their Canon Printer is within the range of the
wireless router in order to start the process of connection of the printer to
Step 2: Once
that has been done in an effective manner then the next thing which users will
need to do is simply Power ON their printer.
Step 3: After
having executed the above-mentioned steps in an effective manner then the next
thing which users will need to do is connect the printer to the wireless
For executing the
above-mentioned step users will need to know the Wi-Fi network name and
password. Also in case if both the printer and router support WPS push to
connect then users can simply push the WPS button on their Printer and then
they can press the WPS button on their router within the 2 minutes. Doing this
connection to Wi-Fi will be done in an effective manner.
Step 4: Finally
depending upon the system which the users are using they can simply add the
Printer and enjoy uninterrupted services of their Printer.
Users can now feel
free to give print commands and enjoy uninterrupted services of their Canon
Printer through the wireless network. Feel free to connect if some sort of
discrepancy arises in the middle or in case users are getting stuck in the