What is the WPS PIN in Printer ?
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) – WPS has two modes to connect devices together on wireless connections. One is called “pushbutton” and the other is called “pin”. PushButton is by far the easiest way. We will describe how to connect using the WPS pushbutton method, but no pin method.
Consult your printer’s manual for instructions on starting your WFS on your printer. However, there are some situations for using WPS pushbutton mode that need to be completed:
Both your printer and wireless router should support WPS pushbutton mode. Consult your printer and wireless router manual
A physical WPS pushboot should be available in the wireless router.
Your network should use WPA or WPA2 security. Most WPS wireless router will not use WPS if WPP or no security is used.
Most WPS wireless router will not use the WPS method if you are using the manufacturer’s default for the network name and there is no security.
To connect your wireless printer to your wireless router using WPS PIN:
WPS stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup. This is a wireless network security standard that tries to make connections between router and wireless devices faster and easier. WPS only works for wireless networks that use encrypted passwords from the WPA Personal or WPA2 Personal Security Protocol.
Start WPS pushbutton mode on your printer.
For instructions on how to start WPS on your printer, consult your printer’s manual.
Within 2 minutes, press the WPS button on your router.