So, moved my printer to a different location in the house and somehow wiped the configuration. Using a MacBook with Sierra, I tried for a couple of hours to get the WPS functionality of the router (which basically sucks as a router) to work with the printer. It was generally an exercise in futility, resulting in some cussing at the dogs and reinforcing the need to get my new Cisco equipment hooked up. The other issue is that the Ethernet port didn’t seem to want to enable, which would probably make it much easier to configure the printer. The solution?
Plug in the Ethernet cable at both ends, do a factory reset on the printer, and the port will enable in DHCP mode initially. It grabbed an IP address from the DHCP server and came online without any problem. A quick login to the printer and I was able to set the desired IP address and just completely disable wireless (the new location was near the router/switch so no need to use wireless). Problem solved in only 2-1/2 hours. What a pain in the back-side. I have a feeling that WPS isn’t all it’s made out to be.