I am a total noob. I've never owned a 3d printer. In all my reading on the Ender 3, Ender 5, and now the Ender 6 I am not finding really any information on connecting to the Ender printers physically via network connection. I see an option for a USB connection--but since the printer will be on a different floor of my home than where my PC is that is not an option. I've seen what appear to be a bunch of hoops to jump through to get something called OctoPrint to work. Can't you guys just put an Ethernet port on the thing and let us plug it into our network? Or at least a WiFi option to connect to our WiFi. Perhaps all this is moot and once I get my Ender 6 I'll have a different perspective. My current perspective is that most of my efforts at communicating and printing on the printer would take place from my PC--but I really don't want to have to rig it with a bunch of band aids just to be able to send jobs to it from my PC.
Can you help me understand how it is that I will be able to connect to the Ender 6 across my local network and send print jobs to it?