Connecting a wireless printer to your Netgear router gives you the ease of printing from
anywhere in the house. As long as you are connected to the home network, you can
conveniently print from your computers’ or devices’ default printing applications.
To connect a wireless printer, you need to know your router’s wireless settings. These will be
used to synchronize the printer’s network settings with that of your router and create a
wireless connection between them. But, if you have Netgear genie installed on your computer,
connecting your printer to the network is just a few steps away.
Before proceeding with the steps below, make sure the following requirements are met:
● Your wireless printer must support the WPA™/WPA2™ wireless encryption standard.
● Your Netgear router must be working properly.
● You have Netgear genie installed on the computer you’re working on.
● Ensure that your wireless printer is only about 3-10 feet away from the router when
setting up the wireless connection.
● Your printer’s software and drivers should be installed on the computer that you’re
working on. Refer to your printer’s documentation for instructions.
If you are still unable to connect your printer to the network, isolate the problem by
connecting other devices or computers. If they connect successfully, there might be other
settings that you need to configure on the printer. To know if your wireless printer is properly
connected and installed to the computer, try printing a document. If it doesn’t print the
document properly, contact us we will be your best acquaintance.
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