To share data and get more work done in a short time, set up a network printer. Since most of the latest printers have networking built-in, the sharing process becomes easy. Connecting a printer directly to the network is simple.
If the printer has an LCD screen, find the Network Settings within Settings or Wireless Network. Simultaneously, keep the router turned on. Search for available local wireless networks nearby and then pick your network. Enter the network’s password and hit Connect. If the wireless network name is not enlisted, you can also manually enter the network name.
When a networked printer suddenly stops working, the IP address of the printer is required for further diagnosis. Here is how you find the static IP address of a networked printer.