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Getting Your Multifunction
Back On Your Network
After A Router Or Network Change
Windows & Mac OS
<< Previous Next >> If any of the following situations exist • You have replaced your Router or Access Point • You want to use a different wireless network • Router settings have been changed. Please complete the following steps to apply the new configuration settings to your multifunction. 2
Preparing to Connect My Multifunction << Previous Next >> To My Network Network Requirements Before connecting the machine to the network, make sure that configuration of the computer and access point or router is complete, and that the computer is connected to the network. 3
Preparing to Connect My Multifunction << Previous Next >> To My Network An "Ad-hoc connection," which establishes a direct connection to the computer over a wireless connection without using an access point, is not supported. Be sure to prepare an access point. Notes on Network Connection • The configuration, router functions, setup procedures and security settings of the network device vary depending on your system environment. For details, refer to your device's instruction manual or conta
Preparing to Connect My Multifunction << Previous Next >> To My Network Before you continue, please gather the following information which will be required to connect your multifunction to your network. This information will be entered on the machine's operation panel. • Access Point /Network Name: also referred to as the SSID, an identifier to identify the specific access point • Network Key: also referred to as an encryption key, WEP key or WPA/WPA2 passphrase, Per-Shared key. A passwor
Adding Your Multifunction to Your Network << Previous Next >> Adding Your Multifunction to Your Network Step One Step Two Press the Setup button (A) Use the or button (B) to select Wireless LAN setup, then press the OK button 6
Adding Your Multifunction to Your Network << Previous Next >> Step Three Step Four Select Yes, then press the OK button. Select Easy setup, and then press the OK button. When wireless connection is enabled, the Wi-Fi lamp (D) lights blue. 7
Adding Your Multifunction to Your Network << Previous Next >> Step Five Step Six Select the access point name, then press the OK button. Make sure that one of the screens, below, is displayed, then press the OK button.. If the following screen is not displayed, go to step 9 NOTE: If you are living in an apartment, nearby access points in use may be detected. 8
Adding Your Multifunction to Your Network << Previous Next >> Step Seven Step Eight Enter the network key you wrote down, then press the Make sure that the network key is correct, then press the left left FUNCTION button (E). FUNCTION button. (below End setup) Press the center FUNCTION button (F) to switch character entry modes. . Network key entry is case-sensitive. Be sure to enter upper and lower case letters correctly. 9