If you have a wireless printer and want to connect it to your local network, here’s what you need to do:
First, make sure your printer is connected to a power source and is turned on.
Follow your printer manufacturer’s instructions to connect your printer to your network. Most network-enabled printers have an Ethernet port and a USB port that can be used to connect them to the router or access point on your local network.
Once your printer is connected to the network, you must install the printer driver software on your computer in order to print from it. Make sure you have the CD that came with the printer and follow the instructions to install the driver.
Once your printer is connected to the network, you will need to setup your computer and the printer for wireless printing. This includes:
Once you have followed these steps, your wireless printer should be setup and ready to use.