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got to controll panelm select security, windows firewall and turn on your firewall. the other way is to re install your printer driver and for ip configuration assign before sharing.... its not clear to me if you are using netwok with or without domain.
1) Go to the Ports page of the printer’s properties window. 2) Select the “USB001- Virtual Printer Port for USB” 3) Disable bi-directional support
Then the printer magically printed a test page. Go figure!?
you will need to download the vista driver for this printer. follow the link below. enter your operating system and language information in the drop down box. under the information box that pops up you will see 1. Printer Driver (R1.11). when you move your cursor over it, it will turn red. click on that link. next you will see Software LBP2900_R111_EN.EXE. click on that line, download the driver, save to your desktop. when download is complete, close the browser and double click on the file to install the new driver.
I am having a similiar network problem, I setup the 2600n on my small-office network, plugging it into an 8 port switch along with a computer and IP camera....then connected the switch to the default router...this worked for a while as my router provided the printer an internal IP, but somehow the IP reset itself to an external IP,and print jobs I send now to the 2600n from my network will not print. I can't seem to access a configuration window to set a static IP address my router will recognize.