No, only the printer. PC is sadly running Vista SP2. This would be a good idea but before trying that I tried to reconfigure the port on one of the PCs on LAN1 where the printer is installed and working correctly. It was easy to add a printer, because the IP address was printed on a label. This has worked fine.
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Login to post Please use English characters only. My router allows for this. Trying to set it up wirelessly. The port can be changed there. For a clean installation of OS X You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that binp phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. Hmm, I didn’t get the port number step last time I did this, though it was HP.
It does not look like you can use both at the same lort.
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Yes, this particular printer has a wired ethernet and wireless LAN capability also. Sorry this didn’t help. I installed the printer and again used It does not give me the option of manually entering the IP address of the printer.
Do a test print and your printer should work on your network.
Just got this answer from Canon support Yeah, and they mention something like a “BJ Network Tool”, which unfortunately isn’t part of the downloadable files, at least that I can see.
Sometimes the Port may change, or the IP of the Printer. So whatever the Canon port is it stays with that config and just works. It was pretty comical. Canon recently released a new version of their IJ Network Tool v. IJ Network Scan Utility.
I have 2 LAN’s in my house. Not so for the Pressing “configure port” in printer properties just brings up a message “no item to be set for this port” But of course you can do just about anything in the Registry.
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Thank you for your interest in this question. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Assuming no specific way to install the printer driver abseny access to the printer, then the next thing I’d try if I were you would be to temporarily put the printer on LAN2, install clients, move the printer back to where it belongs, and adjust port settings.
Not a huge problem for my house even though I will now have to take all PCs on LAN 2 and one by one move them to LAN 1, install printer, and move them back, but imagine if you are an IT guy for a small business or something and you have all printers on a separate segment and you have dozens of PCs on many different subnets?
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I shared the printer, then, through Windows, and only would work if my PC was turned on. Then I moved it back to LAN 2 and it just worked.
It asks for the name and ip address of the printer, then sits there trying to recognize the port, and ends up at the dialog that asks me to pick the right port type. PC’s on LAN1 can print to it fine.
I also tried the add printer option and it gave the error that the canon cannot be installed using this option. Konica Minolta bizhub C This thread is locked. Solution Blocked ports Having trouble printing?
Surely the manuals are easy to find: