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Have you failed when trying to connect your Wi-Fi-enabled printer to the home network? Problem may persists when adding a printer to a wireless network showing you printer network and connectivity issues with an error message that reads as "Windows Cannot Connect to This Printer.” If you haven’t any clue about the persisting network problem, better ask experts to get the glitch resolved.

  • Write down the IP address that the printer is supposed to have.
  • Open IE and enter your IP address for example: https://123.568.88.451
  •  Attempt temporarily changing the printer's setup to an alternate IP address (make sure to turn around this when you're set and interfered with the printer to its unique IP). Subsequent to changing the printer's IP address, associate the printer to a known decent jack with a known decent link and have a go at arriving at the printer's new location by means of a program.
  • Ensure that the VLAN on the jack coordinates the VLAN that you are arranging (for example in the event that the jack gives you an IP address that starts with 140.233.11.whatever, ensure that you set the printer's IP address regardless 140.233.11.xyz).
  • The IP address that you provide for the printer ought to be a number that is not utilized by anything. Ordinarily, you can record the IP address that the game boy/PC had, unplug the gameboy/PC and give the printer the gameboy/PC's IP address.)

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