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Hi, plug in your Ultimaker 3 to your router via an Ethernet cable. On the printer got to settings/network run down the selection and to "LAN cable". At the bottom of the screen you should see the internet address (eg 192.168.107) note this. Now go to a computer on your network and fire up a web browser and type the printer address you noted, in the address bar, which should bring up "Welcome to your Ultimaker 3"  page with a start a "Start WIFI setup" button on it.

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Can you try with your phone?

 

thanks, but the idear on the network is to send files and to use the camera at the off-hourse printing,

The mobile option does not add any fjnction as i see it now.

 

And unless you set up a VPN network (@UltiArjan did it) the monitoring only works when you are logged in on the same network as your Ultimaker 3 is connected to.

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And unless you set up a VPN network (@UltiArjan did it) the monitoring only works when you are logged in on the same network as your Ultimaker 3 is connected to.

 

yeah, I was surprised how easy it is, depends on the type of router you have ofc. but with a "fritzbox" router it's a matter of a few minutes.

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