Using my canon MG3250 printer via router USB port

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Using my canon MG3250 printer via router USB port
Using my canon MG3250 printer via router USB port
2019-10-13 15:29:15 - last edited 2020-01-11 11:40:25
Model: Archer VR600  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 0.2.00.9.1 v0057.0 build 160614 Rel.41735n

Hi guys

if I connected my canon MG3250 all in one printer to my Archer VR600 via the USB port (using downloaded software needed) would it be possible to then connect to the printer with any device connected to my network using either 2.4 or 5 GHz. 
Thanks for any advice  yes

 

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2019-10-14 03:21:07 - last edited 2020-01-11 11:40:25

@LesM51 

 

Hello, thanks for your requesting. 

 

Theoretically, once your printed is detected by the Archer VR600, you can enable USB sharing-print server feature, and the devices in the same subnet can use the printer. 

 

May it help and have a nice day. 

 

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2019-10-13 18:33:53 - last edited 2019-10-14 03:05:24
I have my Canon MG7720 connected wireless on my TP-link router (Archer C8) and can print from PCs connected both by wire and over WIFI both 2.4 and 5 GHz. I have a hard drive connected to my USB port of the router and can get to it either by wired or WIFI connection. So I would think a printer would be accessible either way and on both bands.
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2019-10-14 03:21:07 - last edited 2020-01-11 11:40:25

@LesM51 

 

Hello, thanks for your requesting. 

 

Theoretically, once your printed is detected by the Archer VR600, you can enable USB sharing-print server feature, and the devices in the same subnet can use the printer. 

 

May it help and have a nice day. 

 

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