Tablet printing to Ethernet connected multifunction device

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Tablet printing to Ethernet connected multifunction device
Tablet printing to Ethernet connected multifunction device
2020-02-06 01:05:57 - last edited 2020-02-06 04:39:02

I have setup a mesh-linked network and working ok for remote device wireless connection. However unable to see our printer which is Ethernet connected directly to the router. Any suggestions?

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Re:Tablet printing to Ethernet connected multifunction device
2020-02-06 04:43:02

 

MarkStead wrote

I have setup a mesh-linked network and working ok for remote device wireless connection. However unable to see our printer which is Ethernet connected directly to the router. Any suggestions?

@MarkStead 

 

Hi,

 

What's the model of the AP products, do you use EAP225 or EAP225-Outdoor as the mesh AP? So the printer and PC connect to the EAP, but the PC can't see the printer? What's the model of the printer, need more detailed information of this case.

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2020-02-06 18:41:13

The printer is a Canon ir-ADV-C3530 multifunction device.  Not sure on the EAP?

 

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