Connecting to a Wired LAN

Connect the machine to a computer via a router using a LAN cable.
A router and LAN cable are not included with the machine, so please prepare them separately.
The machine supports 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T Ethernet.
To make a connection using 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T, use a category 5 twisted pair cable. It is recommended to use an enhanced category 5 twisted pair cable to make a connection using 1000BASE-T.
If devices supporting 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and 10BASE-T are used together, a device (such as a switching hub) supporting all of the Ethernet types you use is necessary. For more information, contact a person in charge of service.
Connect the machine to a router using a LAN cable.
Push the connector in until it clicks into place.
Connecting to a Wired LAN for the Sub Line
When <Wired LAN + Wired LAN> is selected in <Select Interface>, connect the wired LAN for the sub line. For more information, see "<Select Interface>" in the User's Guide.
Connect the USB-LAN adapter to the USB port of the machine (located towards the back on the right side of the machine). For more information, see "Parts and Their Functions" in the User's Guide.
Multiple USB-LAN adapters cannot be connected.
For information on the USB-LAN adapters that can be used, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.