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I have a Canon MX850 printer connected to my home network. When I login to my corporate VPN (Nortel) and try to use my printer, I loose my connection with an error that states "the routing table cannot be altered once connection is established". If I'm not logged in on the VPN I can print with no problem. I tried turning the printer off but then I would log in and it would disconnect alter a few seconds. When I turn the printer back on, I can login and do my work as long as I dont try to print.

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Hi,

Please CLICK HERE and follow the troubleshooting steps listed in the forum.
This will fix your issue

Goodluck,
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Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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    You've rated the wrong expert i have given you the right solution.

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Hi,

may i know the router/switch you use there..?

`thanks

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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    Take a look for this few TUTORIALS



    Please post again, and let' us know how things get done..



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