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Network Problems I've recently setup a Sonicwall wireless router. Everything works great on the wired network but when on wireless, I can no longer see the Canon C3200 Scanner. Sonicwall forces the wireless network to have a different subnet so I'm wondering how I setup the Canon so it can be seen on both subnets?

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  • spc337 May 09, 2008

    I found the 2.3 version and installed it. While I'm on wireless it still can't see the printer. Thanks for the try.

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Thats bizzare that it would do that. that would mean that you cant browse for network shares accross the router either. hmm.
The latest colour network scangear will allow you to scan across subnets, the original versions had a problem with that. The latest version is V2.30 and is available here http://www.canon.ca/buzdownloads/clrnwsg_wsu_cnsg_0230.zip

You will probably have to specify the scanner IP address manually as the discovery function wont work accross subnets.

Just curious, can you give an example of your wired and wireless IP addresses and subnet masks?

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