Canon Printer Offline Wireless
Steps To Get Canon Printer Online Wireless
There can be many reasons for the Canon printer to be Offline when connected over a wireless network. If there is a connection issue, or if the printer driver is not updated on the connected computer, the printer could be offline. In the upcoming segments, we have discussed some of the troubleshooting methods that you can follow to solve the Canon Printer Offline Wireless problem when it is connected over a wireless network.
VERIFY THE PRINTER CONNECTIONS:
The first and foremost step one needs to take is verifying the overall printer connections.
- Check the power cord connections.
- Disconnect the power cable from the printer.
- Wait for few seconds and then reconnect the power cable.
- Press the power button to turn on the printer.
SETTING THE PRINTER AS A DEFAULT ONE:
- Go to the Start icon and then go to the Control Panel window -> Hardware and Sound -> Printer.
- From the list of printers shown on your computer, locate your Canon printer.
- Right-click on it and select the Set as Default Printer option.
- If the printer has been set as the default printer, you'll see a checkmark beside the printer icon.
CHECK THE WIRELESS CONNECTION:
If you have connected the printer wirelessly, then checking the wireless connection is one of the best troubleshooting methods.
Try to reboot your computer.
If your router or modem is unable to communicate, then power reset the router.
First, disconnect the power from your router.
Wait for a few seconds and then reconnect again.
Make sure that there is minimum to no interference between the router and the devices (computer, printer).
Once the proper connections are made, see whether the printer and router are able to communicate with each other.
Once you boot your router and computer, try to print or scan.
Check whether your Canon Printer Offline Wireless issue is resolved.