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I've connected my trendnet on a LAN via a switch. The LED light is on on the trendnet and it's actually flashing when the print command is isssued but the printer does not print. When I try pinging to the printer it doesn't ping "destination host is unreachable"

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You have to give ip adress in the print server and configure it and one more thing is that ip address shougt be in the lan network

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