Oh, okay, now I've got a more complete picture. If I understand correct, the printer is to serve the print requests over a network. Well, that's pretty simple.
Oh, and by the way:
i dont now all the terms and expressions you use sorry
dont worry...it'll all grow on you in time
Okay. Well, first step is to physically go to the server, and install the printer on that box (software wise) and get it up and functional. Just as if it's a local printer. You'd install it using CUPS. On the server, open the webbrowser and go to 127.0.0.1:631. if all is well, CUPS will greet you with a webpage. Go tru the wizard. Make sure you share the printer, otherwise nobody will be able to see it.
As soon as the printer (locally) produces a test page, you're about there.
Next, it's on to the systems/PC's that need printing. At this point I must apologise, but on the windows boxes...I can not help. For this kind of thing, I'd try things on my network, but I do not run any windows anymore...
Okay, well, the printer can be installed locally (and...you should get a GUI) entering
in a console. I suspect you tried that in Putty...that may not have been very successfull...
Go through the web based procedure and set things up as you did on the server, same driver, same settings, same all.
Again, set up a new printer in the applet of the system, stick to the settings applied on the printer. This may seem strange, but I've discovered that you need to set this up twice. There should be a "discover" button. Try that. Seen the printer? Bingo!
Try a test in the word proccessor. Did the printer do what it's supposed to do?