Question about Computers & Internet
I suppose that you have a network printer. If so, no matter what is your ip on the computer (this is not the issue). The thing is to know what is the IP of the printer to be able to connect to the printer thru its IP. So, there are 2 solutions.
1. Browse for a network printer (dont think it will work)
2. Local printer -Create a new port (choose IP = type the IP adress of your printer)
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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