|Any printer that can be assigned an IP address, using a cat5 cable or even wireless, has the print server in the printer itself. In your first post, you said that the print server is running on the server. That's why I asked what port is check under the port tab in the printer properties. It should say TCP/IP port. Does it say that? |
If your printer is not connected to the network by a cat5 cable or a wireless NIC, then it shouldn't have an IP address. It would then be a shared printer on the server, not a network printer, even though network users can print from it.
Secondly, all my network ping results are 1ms.
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