My Canon TS6100 has been connected to my wireless routher for over a year. ALl of suuden it lost the connection and I cannot get it to connect. I am doing the LAN setting manually and its finds my router name but it cannot connect with the signal. I have moved my prinert down to the first floor to be closer to the router. I have rebotted my router a number of times, as well as disconnecting/unpulgging my printer.
My son needs this printer for remote school. ANy hel is appreciated.
Wireless help can be found here:
Note, the printer can only connect to ta 2.4Ghz broadcast.
If you are using it with a dual or tri-band router, one that uses the same SSID name for all broadcast, it might have difficulty connecting. In many cases, disabling the 5Ghz broadcast temporarily and/or giving each network a unique name (example) " "MyWireless2.4", "MyWireless5G" can also help.
3rd party anti-virus can also interfere.
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