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Changing ISP Password - ImageRunner

Terehsah
Apprentice

I have a Canon ImageRunner IR-ADV C3525 III.

It is hardwired to our modem. If I change the SSID on the modem, will it automatically update on the printer? I am unable to find settings to change it.

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shadowsports
Elite

Greetings,

Several options exist.  Start by reviewing the product's documentation.

Detailed instructions for Wireless set up:

Connecting to a Wireless LAN - Canon - imageRUNNER ADVANCE C3530i III / C3525i III - User's Guide (P...

Where are these options exactly (From the menu) 

Settings/RegistrationPreferencesNetworkWireless LANWireless LAN Information> (Other) Set Manually

Canon has also also introduced a product configurator.  This also works as a back up for your settings, so I suggest you look at it also.  

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE Configurator (c-oipsst.com)

Note, Canon does not provide support for its IR printers, this is provided by its dealer network.  

~Rick
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Terehsah
Apprentice

Thank you so much for that info!

I saw the info about wireless set-up online. I'm wondering about hardwired configurations. Our ethernet plugs into the printer. I wasn't able to find anything about updating passwords for hardwired LAN connections.

Hello Terehsah,

If you are using an ethernet connection with the printer, you will not need to update any information on the printer if you change your SSID or password. The printer does not use that information when connecting via ethernet so changing any wifi settings will not affect the connection.

shadowsports
Elite

Ethernet connections don't use passwords.  Physical connection assumes permission.  

~Rick
Bay Area - CA
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~ImageClass MF644Cdw ~Pixel6 
~6D2 (v1.1.1) retiring

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