Connecting a wired printer is far easier than connecting a wireless printer. In a wired printer, all you need to do is to select the correct link and then connect the one end of the wire into the system and the other end to the printer. But in a wireless printer, it is not as simple as in a wired printer.
How to Connect a Wireless Printer
There is more than one way to connect the remote printer, and all these ways depend upon the specific brand and type of printer. One way of connecting the printer differs from the other. And it is a little hard to cover all the types of a printer in one article. And in this article, we only cover some fundamental data that you need to know.
Three different WIFI modes are Wi-Fi Direct, infrastructure, and ad hoc which is supported by any Wi-Fi device including a printer. There is a need for a Wi-Fi access point generally built into a router, in the infrastructure mode.
In case you are using a network with an access point, then it needs to be required that both the network and the access point and the other Wi-Fi device on the network should already set on infrastructure mode.
While discussing all this with you, we’ll assume that you know how to set up the network by yourself, and you already know its setting, and more importantly, its security settings or you have access to contact someone who will guide you all the information.