Enable or Disable IPv6 - TS702

Article ID: ART180509 | Date published: 11/05/2021 | Date last updated: 11/05/2021


This article shows how to toggle IPv6 on the PIXMA TS702.


To toggle the IPv6 setting on the PIXMA TS702, follow these steps.

  1. With the printer powered on, press the Setup  button.

  2. In the Setup menu, press the Right arrow button until Device settings appears, then press the OK button.

  3. In the Device settings menu, press the Right arrow button until LAN settings appears, then press the OK button.

  4. In the LAN settings menu, Wi-Fi is the first option. Press OK on this option. If you are using the printer via an Ethernet connection, press the Right arrow button until Wired LAN appears, then press the OK button.

  5. In the Wi-Fi or the Wired LAN menu, press the Right arrow button until Manual setup appears, then press the OK button.

  6. In the Manual setup menu, press the Right arrow button until TCP/IP settings appears, then press the OK button.

  7. In the TCP/IP settings menu, press the Right arrow button to select IPv6, then press the OK button.

  8. The message LAN communication may be disabled. Press [OK] to continue will scroll on the screen. Press the OK button.

  9. Enable/disable IPv6 will appear. Press the OK button.

  10. By default, this option is enabled. Press the Right arrow button to select Disable, then press the OK button. If this function is disabled, press the Left arrow button to select Enable. Press the OK button.

After enabling or disabling IPv6, press the Back Back button repeatedly until the ink levels appear on the LCD.

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