|With mostcurrent printers (and likely other brands too) one first configures the printer as usb. Then one configures it for networking. Generally one opts to use ethernet/cat-5 connection (if it has the facility) or wifi. These days one cannot essily have both options "active" at the same time; but one can switch between them if needs-be.|
As already advised by Johnr not all routers have the WPS button, nor all devices (printers etc.) the equivalent. Even if it is available common wisdom is to avoid it and set up the wifi connection "manually".
So... Have a good read of the complete manual for your printer. Note the wifi section carefully. It will more than likely discuss using the WPA path, and the "manual" path.
There may also be a Canon network utility (wizard) to in effect do it all for you; requiring a minimal input from the user - but again allowing for either the WPA or "manual" path.
Which model printer do you have?
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