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First you need to wake up your printer; second, if your computer is not directly connected to this printer, you need to change the IP address (by detecting this printer; use "Add printer"). Somehow, if the printer power is turned off, it changed its IP address.
I have yet to setup any printer on a print server and not have it work. There are times that some functions do not work. For example there are control buttons on the printer itself for scanning, copying, faxing etc that if it was "directly" connected to the computer itself the computer would prompt you .. those kind of things don't work .. but other than that .. You should have no problem
Hi if you are using MS Windows NT based OS when you install the printer do not forget to assign a fixed IRQ else the system waits to allocate a free IRQ at its own time which slows down your comp drastically.