05-25-2016 01:34 AM
02-06-2017 05:25 PM
I went in and saw firewall setting of ipV6 and turned it to off and now my printer is communicating just fine to my IPAD and the airprint functionality. My router provider says that this will open me up to security issues once my area goes live for ipV6. Should I have changed this function or went in to DHCPv6 and unclicked the enabled box there and left the firewall alone? I am pretty good with computers but all this is a little above my capability.
03-02-2017 01:31 PM
I'm also having the same issue with all three of our computers: 1) Toshiba laptop running WIn7, 2) Desktop running Win7, and 3) Acer tablet running Win10 through a wireless router, TC-Link, model TC-W7960. If more than an hour(?) passes then the printer must be power-cycled. As a side note, may not be relevant, I was not able to complete the install with any of the three computers without using the USB cable hardwired between the printer and the PCs. Once the install completed, then the wireless link was established and the USB cable was no longner required.
We had an HP wireless printer before this that worked flawlessly and that was purchased six years ago.
09-11-2017 09:14 PM
If there is no fast fix for this, I will trash my Canon and get a new non-Canon printer. We cannot keep getting up from two rooms to print. The Canon sleeps in very few minutes and I find no solution online and am tired of turning off waiting, then turning on the printer. Worse than wired!!!!!
09-11-2017 09:35 PM