Use the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button on your router to connect the printer to your Wi-Fi network.
Place the printer near the Wi-Fi router.
Put the printer in WPS connection mode.
Within two minutes, press and hold the WPS button on the router until the connection process begins.
Reboot the router as well as your computer and printer if this occurs. Ensure that the printer is showing up on your network after restarting all of your equipment. If it is still not working, check that the printer is connected properly to the router and that the printer itself does not indicate any errors
Hi Mikeodyssey, if you are connecting via ethernet, first, try chaning the ethernet cable going to the printer. If it still does not work, instead of using autodetect for the ethernet speed, try to force the network speed at your router.
You can start with 10mpbs half duplex and work your way up from that.
My Xerox 3210 printer does not connect to my new router. I just installed an ASUS Pro XT12 router in my home. 26 of my 27 devices all connected successfully. Some are wired and some are wireless. My Xerox 3210 printer is the only device the router does not connect. I also tried plugging the printer directly into my Mac and it did not show up --although I can't use this as a solution even if it worked because I need the printer on our LAN. I have plugged the printer into my network switch and directly into the router and neither works.
My printer has connected to many different routers over the years so it appears to be specific to this router. The last driver update on my printer was in 2013. I found a driver from 2017 on the Xerox website for a Mac but when I attempt to install it I get a message that the Xerox firmware does not work with the version of my Mac. Here is the link I'm using https://www.support.xerox.com/en-us/product/workcentre-3210-3220/content/136879.
The printer was working on my Mac with my previous router which was a Netgear Nighthawk. Any ideas on how I can connect my 3210 printer to my new router?