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I have and Canon iR3570 and when SNMP is disabled the printer goes offline and network printing ends. Enable SNMP and change the default community to something more secure and printer goes offline and network printing ends. Enable default SNMP and printing continues. Can someone help. Also the printer has be flashed to the latest level.

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It's possible that the SNMP Status Enabled box is checked on the print server (Printer/Properties/Ports/Port Settings). When you disabled SNMP or changed the community name on the printer, the server was no longer getting status updates and so flagged it as offline. Make sure the community names match.

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