Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode

If your wireless router supports WPS PIN code mode, generate a PIN code with the machine and register the code to the networking device.
How to operate the wireless router may vary on each device. See the instruction manuals for your networking device for help.
From a Computer
Access your wireless router from a computer and display the screen for entering a WPS PIN code.
For more information, see the instruction manuals for your networking device.
From the Operation Panel
Select <Menu> in the Home screen. Home Screen
Select <Preferences> <Network>.
If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN. Logging in to the Machine
Select <Wireless LAN Settings>.
If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, select <Yes>.
Read the message that is displayed, and select <OK>.
Select <WPS PIN Code Mode>.
Select <Yes>.
The PIN code is generated and shown on the display.
From a Computer
Register the generated PIN code to the wireless router.
Register the PIN code on the setup screen displayed in step 1.
The PIN code must be registered within 10 minutes after selecting <Yes> in step 7.
If an error message is displayed during setup
Select <Close> and return to step 6.
From the Operation Panel
Wait until the message <Connected.> is displayed.
Select <Close>.
Wait several minutes until the IP address and other items are set automatically.
Signal strength
When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device with the strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
You can set the IP address manually. Setting IP Addresses
While the machine is connected to the wireless LAN, the Wi-Fi icon is displayed in the Home screen or the Basic Features screen of each function. Basic Screens
Reducing power consumption
You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router. <Power Save Mode>
If the IP address of the machine has changed
In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.