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PIXMA MX920
series
Setup Guide
© CANON INC. 2012

Summary of Contents

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    PIXMA MX920 series Setup Guide © CANON INC. 2012...

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    Setup Guide This guide provides information for setting up a network connection for the printer. Network Connection Wireless Connection Preparation for Connection Printer Setup Setup Procedure Selection Push Button Method Standard setup Other setup (Advanced setup) Disable WPA/WPA2 Wired Connection Preparation for Connection Cable Connection Printer Setup...

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    Network Connection Wireless Connection a Preparation for Connection Before Starting Wireless Connection Setup 1. Make sure that the printer is turned on. If the power is on, a button on the Operation Panel (A) is lit. Notes on Wireless Connection •...

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    2. Use the buttons (A) to select the WLAN setup icon. 3. Press the OK button (B). The (blue) Wi-Fi lamp (C) lights up when wireless connection is enabled. c Setup Procedure Selection The printer will automatically search for access points supporting WPS. * If the Push Button Method screen is displayed on the printer When you are unsure if your access point or router supports this technology, press the Stop button.

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    Push Button Method d Connection Using WPS 1. Press and hold the WPS button on the access point. For details on pressing the WPS button, refer to the access point manual. 2. Press the OK button on the printer within 2 minutes. The (blue) Wi-Fi lamp on the printer flashes while searching for or connecting to the access point.

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    Standard setup d Connection via Standard setup 1. Select Standard setup. 2. Press the OK button. 3. Select your access point, then press the OK button. 4. One of the screens below will be displayed on the printer. 5. Press the OK button. 6.

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    10. When the left screen appears, press the OK button. 11. When the screen shown on the right appears, press the COPY button (A). The network connection setup is now complete.

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    d Connection Using WPS 1. Select WPS. 2. Press the OK button. 3. Select Push button method. 4. Press the OK button. 5. Press the OK button. 6. Press and hold the WPS button on the access point. For details on pressing the WPS button, refer to the access point manual. 7.

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    Other setup (Advanced setup) d Connection via Advanced setup 1. Select Other setup. 2. Press the OK button. 3. Select Advanced setup. 4. Press the OK button. 5. Select your access point, then press the OK button. 6. Select the security protocol used by the access point, then press the OK button.

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    Disable  7. When the left screen appears, press the OK button. 8. When the screen shown on the right appears, press the COPY button (A). The network connection setup is now complete.

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     7. Select the WEP key number you want to use. 8. Press the OK button. 9. Press the OK button. 10. Enter the WEP key. Character entry is case-sensitive. 11. Press the left Function button (A). 12. Make sure that the WEP key is correct. 13.

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    WPA/WPA2  7. Press the OK button. 8. Enter the passphrase. Character entry is case-sensitive. 9. Press the left Function button (A). 10. Make sure that the passphrase is correct. 11. Press the left Function button. 12. When the left screen appears, press the OK button. 13.

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    Wired Connection a Preparation for Connection Before Starting Wired Connection Setup 1. Make sure that the printer is turned on. If the power is on, a button on the Operation Panel (A) is lit. Notes on Wired Connection Make sure that the computer and router (A) are connected. For details on how to check the settings, refer to the manual •...

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    2. Connect the printer and a network device (router, etc.) with an Ethernet cable (A). Do not connect it to the USB port. c Printer Setup 1. Press the MENU button (A) on the printer. 2. Use the buttons (A) to select Setup in the next screen. 3.

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    8. Select Change wireless/wired. 9. Press the OK button. 10. Select Wired LAN active. 11. Press the OK button. 12. When the screen shown on the right appears, press the COPY button (A). The network connection setup is now complete.

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    Character Entry You can enter the characters when the keyboard is displayed on the printer. Follow the procedure below. 1. You can enter the characters when the keyboard is displayed on the printer's LCD. Password entry is case sensitive so press the center Function button (A) accordingly to switch between lower case, upper case and numeric characters.

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    Troubleshooting Standard setup The Target Access Point is Not Detected  • Is the network device (router, etc.) turned on? If the network device is already turned on, turn it off, then turn it back • Check the access point name/network name and network password of your access point or router. •...

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    When you have only one access point: Select Use one AccessPoint only, then press the OK button. Select the MAC address of the target access point on the displayed screen, then press the OK button. For details on how to check the MAC address of the access point, refer to the manual supplied with the access point or contact its manufacturer.

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     Failed to connect to the access point.  Make sure that the WEP key entered for the access point is correct. In addition, when using WEP key number 2, 3 or 4 of the access point, set to use WEP key number 1, or select a WEP key number by entering wireless connection settings of the printer directly.

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    To perform Standard setup again  1. Press the MENU button (A). 2. Use the buttons (B) to select WLAN setup, then press the OK button.

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    WPA/WPA2  Failed to connect to the access point.  Make sure that the passphrase entered for the access point is correct. If the problem is not resolved, there may be other causes. See also the sections below: • If the DHCP function of the access point is inactive, enable the DHCP function and configure wireless connection settings again.

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    To perform Standard setup again  1. Press the MENU button (A). 2. Use the buttons (B) to select WLAN setup, then press the OK button.

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    Cannot connect. Connections are being attempted from multiple access points simultaneously.  The screen appears when connections are being attempted from multiple access points simultaneously. Wait for a while, then configure WPS settings again. Press the WPS button on only one access point. Failed to connect.

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    Advanced setup The Target Access Point is Not Detected  • Is the network device (router, etc.) turned on? If the network device is already turned on, turn it off, then turn it back • Check the access point name/network name and network password of your access point or router. •...

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    When using multiple access points: Select Use multiple AccessPoints, then press the OK button. An Unknown Access Point is Displayed  Access points in use nearby may also be detected. The Access Point Name is Not Displayed Properly  Access point names with double-byte characters are not displayed properly. However, they can be selected. The Access Point Name is Not Displayed Automatically ...

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    Disable  Failed to connect to the access point.  • Is the network device (router, etc.) turned on? If the network device is already turned on, turn it off, then turn it back...

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     The WEP Key is Not Displayed Automatically  Refer to the manual supplied with the access point or contact its manufacturer. Failed to connect to the access point.  Make sure that the WEP key entered for the access point is correct. In addition, when using WEP key number 2, 3 or 4 of the access point, set to use WEP key number 1, or select a WEP key number by entering wireless connection settings of the printer directly.

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    The device may not be able to connect to the network in the following cases:  If the DHCP function of the access point is inactive, enable the DHCP function or specify the IP address (IPv4 only) of the printer and confi gure wireless connection settings again. In addition, make sure that the selected WEP key number and entered WEP key are correct.

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    WPA/WPA2  The Passphrase is Not Displayed Automatically  Refer to the manual supplied with the access point or contact its manufacturer. Failed to connect to the access point.  Make sure that the passphrase entered for the access point is correct. If the problem is not resolved, there may be other causes.

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    To perform Advanced setup again  1. Press the MENU button (A). 2. Use the buttons (B) to select WLAN setup, then press the OK button.

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  • Colleen Perron Apr 16, 2014 03:15:
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    The color does not work properly
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    How do I turn it off? The on button doesn't turn it off.
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    The copies are dark. It will not copy the image.
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    I setup the fax on your Pixma 922 and sent the fax to a large company. The Pixma keeps on telling me that the line is busy, which wastes a sheet of paper every time it does that, so I don't know anything about whether it is working or not or if it is really busy.
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