The Printer Fails to Connect to a WPA3 Network

Article ID: ART183618 | Date published: 06/27/2023 | Date last updated: 06/27/2023


If you are attempting to connect your printer to a wireless router using WPA3 security, the printer may not connect to that network.


Some wireless routers support WPA3 encryption, WPA3 is a security standard that provides enhanced security over WPA2, addressing vulnerabilities in the WPA2 standard. WPA3 routers can support WPA2 devices (such as printers), but the wireless router must be configured to allow for such devices to connect.

Please refer to the documentation that came with your router for information on adjusting the settings as needed. If you received your wireless router from your Internet Service Provider, please contact them for this information.

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