Getting your printer
back on your network
after a router or network change (8 pages)
Summary of Contents for Canon MX860 - PIXMA Color Inkjet
Next >> << Previous Getting Your Multifunction Back On Your Network After A Router Or Network Change PIXMA MX340 / MP495 / MP620 / MX860 / MP980 Mac OS...
<< Previous Next >> If any of the following situations exist, run the Canon IJ Network tool to send the new configuration settings to your printer*: • You have replaced your Router or Access Point • You want to use a different wireless network •...
Run the Canon IJ Network Tool << Previous Next >> Verify you are connected to the network On the Setup screen, select the model, (SSID) you will be using with the printer. then click OK.. The type will be listed as Canon USB.
Run the Canon IJ Network Tool << Previous Next >> On the Confirm Connection Access Point If the Confirm Access to Keychain dialog screen, verify that the Access point is the appears, click Allow. one to which you wish to connect, then click Yes.
Connect. If you are not using encryption (not recommended), this step is skipped. If you do not know this password, you may be able to obtain it using the Canon PIXMA Wireless Setup Assistant.
Run the Canon IJ Network Tool << Previous Next >> Click Next on the Connection Performance After searching for printers, the Setup Measurement screen. The Connection Completion window appears. Click Next. Performance Measurement screen only appears when using the oldest version of the IJ Network Tool.
Run the Canon IJ Network Tool << Previous Next >> 10. When the measurement has completed, 11. Select the printer and click Add. Be sure click Finish. canonijnetwork is listed in the Kind column. *This window varies by OS version...
OK Canon IJ Network in the dropdown. Then select the printer and click Add. 13. At this point setup is complete. If any more Canon IJ Network Tool screens appear, close or cancel them, then disconnect the USB cable.