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Canon LBP-800 don't print on a network

I have a Printer Canon LBP-800 that is connected to the net of my house. I use a Router D-Link DI-634M and a Print Server D-Link 301P+. I have installed Windows XP in all the machines of the net. The problem is that I cannot print. The window of impression state indicates that the port is busy, nevertheless I have followed all the steps required in the manual of the Print Server. What can I do to solve this problem?


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I have tried to print with Canon LBP-800 with 2 different print servers and no success. It seems this printer cannot be used with a print server... only with a direct connection to a computer... it supports printer sharing from windows... hope this helps...

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If I understand your post/description:
1. You have both wired and wireless clients tied to the DLink DI-634M router;
2. The 1st PC is a desktop that uses Ethernet connections to the DLink and is currently working;
3. You have another (2nd) PC (a laptop?) that is connect by WiFi to the router. This is not working now;

I think that your issue may have to do with the Wireless networking of your 2nd PC, i.e. if you can access (DLink DI-634M) from the 1st PC that is wired.

Should this be the case or the scenario is different, pls post back.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back as requested or should you be in need of additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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