|Even if you had everything on the same subnet, which is what I recommend, network printing with Linux & Unix, leaves a lot to be desired. I have an HP printer, which doesn't support telnet, BTW but you can open the web interface, the same as you can with the router. |
Many Unix & Linux users use the cups driver for network printing. I haven't had any success with it, using FreeBSD nor Ubuntu. All the talk about Unix & Linux giving MS a run for their money, is exactly that, just talk. The open source community still hasn't provided a decent network print driver.
Try cups & please post the results, good or bad.
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