No, as long as the printer prints locally, you are good to go. Like any network program, I would suggest you have an updated /etc/hosts file. But beyond that, nothing. Just in case you are not familiar with /etc/hosts file, here is a sample.
# generated by drakhosts
127.0.0.1 duelie localhost
192.168.1.22 Presto presto
192.168.1.23 snail snail
You list each systems IP address, followed by the hostname, and alias host name. If you are using samba, it will work much better with this up to date as well.