Canon PIXMA MG3010 All in One Inkjet Printer Wireless Setup
Before we begin, there are several conditions that must be adhered to we can use methods with WPS button:
- The access point must have a push-button WPS physically available on the printer.
- Please check with your device user guide for detail.
- If the WPS push button is not available on the printer, please use the instructions on the tab for the connection method.
- Your network must use a WPA [Wi-Fi Protected Access] or WPA2 for security protocols. Mostly on WPS can be enabled access using this Protocol.
- Make sure that the printer is enabled to be able to set up a network.
- Press and hold the button on the coat of arms [Wi-Fi], on top of the printer until the alarm lamp flashes once, the first step is that we have to do.
- Make sure that the lights on the part of the button starts to flash blue and then go to the access point for you and press the [WPS] within 2 minutes, so that the akti WPS.
- For details on start WPS on an access point, please see the user guide of the printer.
- Lamp Wi-Fi [blue] on the printer will always keep ﬂashing when searching for networks, and free Wi-Fi and power light flashes when connected to an access point.
- When the printer is successfully made a connection to your wireless network, the Wi-Fi and power light will stop flashing and remain lit [Active].
Confirmation for network settings
To confirm that your printer connects to a wireless network, you can print a network settings of your printer as you wish:
- Make sure that your printer is turned on.
- Load sheets for A4 or letter size plain paper.
- Press and hold down [Resume/Cancel] until the alarm lamp flashes 3 times, and then release it on a button.
Network information page to be printed.
When referring to the printout, check that the ‘Connections’ shows ‘on’ and that the SSID-Service Set Identifier [name of your wireless network to] shows a name of your wireless network.
WPS running the setup procedure.
You can install the software to make the most of Your PIXMA MG3510.