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How do I connect my Epson XP 2100 printer to Wi-Fi?

You can connect your Epson XP 2100 printer to Wi-Fi using various techniques. You can use the wireless setup Wizard option to connect your printer to the Wi-Fi network.

  • First, note down the network name and the password.
  • Connect your printer to a stable power source and turn on the power button.
  • On your printer  select the home
  • Now choose the  option and click on network settings.
  • Choose the wireless settings
  • Now choose the wireless setup Wizard option from the list.
  • Now your printer analyses all the nearby wireless networks and displays them in the list.
  • Select your home or office network and enter the credentials.
  • Now your Epson XP 2100 printer to connect the Wi-Fi network.
  • Now you can connect your computer MacBook or smartphone to the same Wi-Fi network
  • Download the latest updated printer driver.
  • On your system by visiting the official website of EPSON.
  • Follow the on-page guidance
  • Complete the setup.
  • Choose the file that has to be printed
  • Click the print option on your system.

How do i connect Epson XP-2100 printer to wireless using WPS

Another way of setting up your Epson XP 2100 wireless network is by using the WPS technique.

  • Make sure that you have a WPS button on your router.
  • Switch on your printer.
  • Press the Wi-Fi button on the printer until the wireless lights on the printer start to flash.
  • Now on the router press the WPS button.
  • Within two minutes you can see that the printer light starts to blink rapidly.
  • This denotes that the printer is in setup mode and is trying to find the wireless connection.
  • After the connection is made the light turns solid.
  • The printer is connected to the wireless network successfully.
  • Connect your system to the same Wi-Fi network and start printing