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Canon MX-922 printer is not detected on the network.


I brought a new MX-922 printer and i am trying to setup the printer. I have gone through the setup multiple times and also did talk to Canon support. Unfortunately i haven't got any response which can solve my problem. I am in IT and i could do all the prelim investigation and steps. I really need some help to solve my printer detection issue.

The network settings for the printer are good. I can see it on the Wireless LAN setup.

Connection : Enabled

SSID : My network name

Signal Strength : 88%



Everything seems to be good at the printer end. I am using WIN 7 and trying to connect the printer from my laptop.


Can Canon support help? I already wanted lot of time on this and thinking of returning this printer.


Rising Star

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I'm having the same issue with a MG3550.

Printer shows on the router's DHCP list - OK.

Printer is accessible via the browser & will print head alignment sheets etc. OK.

Printer outputs the network configuration sheet - all fields OK.

None of the computers (all WIN 10) on the network can print (or scan) because "printer is not detected on the network".
Usual attempts at resolution - removed device & all associated software, downloaded latest drivers etc. etc.

Still no headway.
I'm begining to think its a software failure internal to the printer.
(I'm new to the "community" here - so please advise if I've posted in the wrong place.