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Configure Apple AirPrint

Article Id: 1256748.html | Published: 01/22/2016

Product support for
  • WorkCentre 6605

IMPORTANT: The firmware version must be at 201212201106 level or newer date in order to use this feature. If needed, verify the Firmware Version level currently installed on the printer and upgrade the firmware. See the Related Content section for additional information.

Use AirPrint to print directly from a wired or wireless device without using a print driver. AirPrint is a software feature that allows for driverless printing from Apple iOS-based mobile devices and Mac OS-based devices. AirPrint-enabled printers allow for printing directly from a Mac or from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

IMPORTANT:

  • Not all applications support AirPrint.
  • Wireless devices must join the same wireless network as the printer.
  • For AirPrint to function, both IPP and Bonjour (mDNS) protocols must be enabled.
  • The device that submits the AirPrint job must be on the same subnet as the printer. To allow devices to print from different subnets, configure your network to pass multicast DNS traffic across subnets.
  • The Mac OS device must be Mac OS 10.7 or later.
  • AirPrint-enabled printers work with iPad (all models), iPhone (3GS or later), and iPod touch (3rd generation or later), running the latest version of iOS.
  1. Access CentreWare Internet Services (CWIS). See the Related Content section for additional information.
  2. Click [Properties].
  3. If the Protocols link is not expanded under Properties, scroll to the Protocols link and expand the link.
  4. Under Protocols, click [AirPrint].
  5. To enable AirPrint, next to Enable AirPrint, click [Turn On AirPrint].

    NOTE: AirPrint is enabled by default when IPP and Bonjour (mDNS) are both enabled. When AirPrint is enabled, Turn On AirPrint is not selectable. To disable AirPrint, disable either IPP or Apple Bonjour (mDNS) protocols.

  6. To change the printer name, in the Name field, enter a new name.
  7. To enter a location for the printer, in the Location field, enter the location of the printer.
  8. To enter a physical location or address for the printer, in the Geo-Location field, enter the geographic latitude and longitude coordinates in decimal form. For example, use coordinates of 45.325026, -122.766831 for a location.
  9. Click [Save Changes].
  10. At the prompt, click [Restart], or click [Back] to cancel.

    NOTE: When Restart is selected, the printer takes several minutes to restart and apply the new settings.

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