Using the Connectivity Wizard (covered in this guide)
When run, the wizard writes a ZPL script to enable your PC to communicate with your printer over Wi-Fi.
Towards the end of the process, the wizard will prompt you to either send the command directly to your printer, or save the ZPL script to a file. If you elect to save this ZPL file:
Using a ZPL script that you write yourself*
^WXcommand to set the basic parameters for Security Type.
Using Set/Get/Do (SGD) commands that you send to the printer
wlan.securityto set the Wireless Security type. Then add other SGD commands (which will be necessary based on the security type you select) to specify the other required parameters.
* Refer to the ZPL Programming Guide for more information on these options. You can send these commands through any available connection (serial, parallel, USB, or wired print server).