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First you want to make sure your printer has wireless capability. If yes, you want to make sure wireless is turned on. Log into your wireless router, and go DHCP section to find out what IP that assigned to printer. Once you know the IP, you can change the port of printer to that IP via control panel and printers and faxes. Good luck and let me know if need additional help.

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