Use the projector with wireless connection while remaining connected to the Internet (Wireless Connection 2.0)

 
If the computer is connected to the Internet via an access point, a wireless LAN connection can be established between the access point and projector so the screen contents of the computer connected wirelessly to the Internet can be sent to the projector for projection.
 
Procedure
1. Establish a simple connection between the first computer and the projector.
  2.   Create a profile on the computer.
  3.   Send settings to the projector.
  4.   Connect to the projector's access point.
  5.   Project from your computer to the projector via the access point.

1. Establish a simple connection between the first computer and the projector.

(1) Use the Wireless Connection function's Simple Connection 1, 2, or 3 to establish a wireless connection between the computer and projector.
  For the Simple Connection procedure, see Installing Wireless Connection 2.0 and Establishing a Simple Connection.

2. Create a profile on the computer.

(1) On the Wireless Connection window, select "Switch Connection Profile" on the "Connection" menu.
 
 
This will display a dialog box for switching the connection profile.
(2) On the dialog box, click [New].
 
This will display a dialog box for configuring a new manual connection profile.
(3) Configure the new manual connection settings while referring to the following information.
 
The following settings are provided for example purposes only.
 
Dialog Box Item Setting Remarks
Profile Name Room B Input
SSID ROOM_B Input
Security Setting WPA-PSK Select
DHCP Off Setup
IP Address 192 168 10 1 Input
Subnet Mask 255 255 255 0 Input
In order to create this connection profile, you may need to enter existing network information (SSID, security settings, pass phrase, IP address). Connect your network administrator for your access point settings details.
(4) After configuring the settings, click the [OK] button.
 
This will register the profile. When the confirmation dialog box appears, click the [OK] button.

3. Send settings to the projector.

(1) Click the [Send Settings] button.
 
On the "Switch Connection Profile" dialog box that appears, select the "Room B" profile name that you registered above, and then click [Send Settings].
(2) Select the send destination and then click [OK].
 
(3) Input the Web password.
 
A dialog box will appear prompting you for input of the Web password. Input the password (Initial Default: casio) and then click [OK].
On the overwrite confirmation dialog box that appears click [OK] to complete the send operation.
(4) Terminate the current connection.
 
Perform the steps below to return to the main window and terminate the current connection.
                    

4. Connect to the projector's access point.

(1) Switch the projector's profile to Manual Connection 1. On the projector's remote controller, press the [] key, and the "Connection Profile" menu will appear on the projection screen.
 
(2) Use the Cursor key to move the highlighting to "Manual Connection 1" and then press the [ENTER] key.

(3) Press the Cursor key to move the highlighting to "Yes" and then press the [ENTER] key. This will cause the message shown below to appear on the projection screen.
Check to make sure that "Manual Connection 1 (Room B)" is projected.
(4) Establish a wireless connection between the access point and projector.

5. Project from your computer to the projector via the access point.

(1) On the computer, change the profile to "Room B".
(2) When Wireless Connection 2.0 finds the projector via the access point, the following "Connection" dialog box will appear.
 
(3) Move the highlighting to the Data Projector to which you want to connect and then click the [OK] button.
(4) On the main window, select one of the four display areas and then click []button to start projection.
The operations up to this point are for connecting a computer and projector using an access point on an existing wireless network.
Connection to the internet is possible because the computer is connected to the network via an access point, so contents displayed using an Internet browser (such as websites) can be projected by the projector.
You can have up to four computers connected to the project this way at the same time.
Note, however, that you will need to use a different IP address for each of the computers.
Example:
Computer 2: 192.168.10.10
Computer 3: 192.168.10.11
Computer 4: 192.168.10.12

Top of Page