Question about Canon PIXMA iP4000R InkJet Printer
I think the wireless card or whatever it is in the printer is broken; can't communicate over wireless (USB is fine); when I tried to (re) set up and detect the printer using the Mac address, it couldn't find it. Am I hosed, or is there a way to diagnose further? Thanks
Not sure if you tried this but you need to use USB and the BJ network tool to first configure the wireless. Using the working USB connection configure the printer to use wireless but not ethernet, set the SSID and encryption. Then update that to the printer and try pinging it.
Posted on Nov 02, 2007
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