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CMS-XML Print from your Mac to your wireless printer using AirPrint
CMS-XML Understand Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
CMS-XML How to use the printer in wireless connection
CMS-XML What is WPS and how do I use it to set up the printer on the wireless LAN? (MX522)
( Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a method that allows you to easily connect network devices to a secure wireless network. You do not need to know your SSID or password (network key) when using this method. If you have a WLAN access point/router that supports WPS, you can easily connect your Canon wireless printer to your home network.
CMS-XML Printer not detected during Wireless LAN setup - MX522
When installing the printer on a computer, message Printer Not Detected may appear during wireless setup. ... The access point (or wireless router) and wireless printer may not be communicating. ... The computer and access point (or wireless router) have lost connection. ... Disable the firewall or contact vendor for help
CMS-XML Devices Which May Interfere with Wi-Fi Communication
Solution If your product issue was not resolved after following the steps above, or if you require additional help , please create or log in to your Canon Account to see your technical support options. Or if you still need help, visit our Canon Community by clicking the button below to get answers:
CMS-XML Scan Quick Tips - MX522
To assist you in finding an answer to your inquiry, some of our most referred-to articles have been categorized in this document. When you find an article that closely matches your inquiry, click on it to open it. In some cases, that article will guide you to another document that includes detailed instructions for your model
CMS-XML Fax Quick Tips - MX522
This article lists a general outline of top fax categories with links to articles that will assist you with detailed instructions to resolve the most common issues
CMS-XML How to Disable IPv6 - MX522
If you experience a 6901 or 6910 error on your printer, disabling IPv6 may help resolve the error.
CMS-XML Printer not responding (Wireless LAN) - MX522
When attempting to print in a wireless LAN environment, message Printer not responding may appear. There are several possible causes for this message. The computer and access point (or wireless router) have lost connection. and then attempt to print again.
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