|Do not use a dynamically assigned IP for a network printer. |
Those can change and if it does, then the printers you've installed on all client computers will quit working and you'll be forced to delete the original printer and reinstall the printer on each client.
Always, always, always use statically assigned TCP/IP settings for any resource that needs to be available at all times. This includes servers, printers, NAS devices, etc etc etc.
Take a look at your DHCP scope and use an IP that's outside of the scope so as to avoid potential duplicate IP issues.
Once your printer is properly configured and connected to the network (and responds to ping tests from clients) then you simply install it on each client using the "install printer wizard".
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.