Thanks Pudge. That did the trick. It lost the connection again after a few days. Then, I had to run the connection utility in Cisco Connect again. For some reason this router seems to drop the connection to the printers wireless adapter every once in a while. I think it has something to do with when, and/or, how the printer sleeps for a long while (days) without use. I didn't have to do the whole set-up this time though. Just went through the "Connect a new device" steps in Cisco Connect and it works fine now. I guess maybe I just have to do that from time to time to re-connect the printer to the network.