Canon PIXMA printers are equipped with three types of connections: USB, WiFi and Ethernet (wired). I try and keep EVERYTHING I can off my WiFi, so I wanted to make the wired Ethernet connection work.
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From the factory, the wired Ethernet connection is disabled (stupid) and doesn’t automatically enable itself until you do the following:
- Turn printer on. Wait for it to do its stuff and be on (about 30 seconds)
- Hold down the paper feed button until the power light blinks EXACTLY 11 times. It’ll respond by blinking afterwards.
- Turn printer off. Wait for it to shutdown gracefully
- Turn it on again, wired LAN should be active.
To verify, hold down feed button for exactly 6 blinks. It’ll print out a settings page, wired should be marked as “active”.
Apparently this may also be possible from deep within the settings once WiFi is active, but really? Also, it appears impossible to have both WiFi and wired active at the same time (no big loss, but WHY?)