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Is this is a print server/network printer? first off, the basics --- is the computer you are using to ping the printer on the same LAN IP as the printer (e.g. 192.168.1.x for both)? is this a wireless print server/network printer? if yes, physically connect it first to a router or switch and check if you can ping it. if you can, does it have a web interface, make sure you can access it and its wireless settings matches those of your wireless router.

Post back whatever you can come up with so I can give you more specifics

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